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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Norffi lowtt Doily Newspaper kc MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NEWSPAPIt THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHIORV HOME EDITION VOL LXI u4 Piww Ceatt MASON CITY IOWA WIDNISDAY 7 1955 This Paper of Two One us Sues U S for Back Salary Edward Hoppe in Charges WASHINGTON former In ternal Revenue Service official is suing the government for in back pay charging he was fired in 1953 for refusing to white wash an unfavorable character report on a key figure in the tax collection senice The suit has been filed in the U S Court of Claims by Edward E Hoppe now a Dallas lawyer Hoppe was formerly assistant commissioner of Internal Revenue At the time of his dismissal he headed the senices inspection unit set up to guard against cor ruption within the senice Hoppe said in his petition that his dismissal by Commissioner T Coleman Andrews was approved by Secretary of the Treasury Hum phrey and the Civil Service Com mission and was based on po litical Advtru Rtport His lawyer John P Witsil said Hoppe a Republicanappointed veteran of 24 years in the sen fired solely as a mat ter of political expedic icy be cause he refused to tone down a critical adverse report on a new political Witsil in a telephone interview from Jefferson City where j he is vacationing refused to the political appointee but said that Hoppe will name him when he takes the stand in the law guit The attorney said the ap pointee now holds a high post in the Internal Revenue Senice Andrews and other officials de clined to comment on Hoppes Forest Fire on Pacific Coast Threatens Town Legion Backs Veterans Property Tax Exemption AP A REAL CHOW inviting itself in this raccoon wasted no time in making itself at home Tuesday night at the Don Huffman house in Des Moines A pet of a neighbor the coon opened the screen door walked into the kitchen plunked down into the high chair and then began chattering for food Heavy Loss in Istanbul Riots ISTANBUL Turkey Violent antiGreek riots have swept over charges The Justice Department Istanbul and Izmir Turkeys largest cities causing millions of dollars which is defending the suit of property damage until midOctober to file an an governmeDt New York Herald Tribune j broke the story of Hoppes suit in Should Boost Credit Study Group Told Continue Hearing Into Tax Revision DES MOINES The Iowa American Legion told the Iowa Tax Study Committee Wednesday We believe that the veterans property tax exemption is one ex emption which should not be de creased but instead should be in The Legion was one of several joganizations and agencis which were scheduled to make appear ances before the committee at itsj current tlireeday meeting which began Wednesday The committee is receiving sug gestions on tax revision and about a year hence will present its rec ommendations for a legislative overhauling of the states entire tax structure The committee was created by the 1955 Legislature Cave Much Any attempt to take away or A communique issued in Aakara the capital said Istanbul and the thought of taking away August Employment in Nation Reached Record WASHINGTON UP number of tmploycd Ameri cans reft to record in August Unemployment dropped off to The rise in employment and fall in unemployment was attrib uted by the government to the normal August pickup in fac tory jobs and a smallerthan usual decline in farm work The employed total was al most higher than July aftcr a martial jaw on both dties Tuesday night destruction and yet uncounted casualties Hall Predicts GOP Victory by Landslide But Other Chiefs Not So Positive WASHINGTON JF National Chairman Leonard W Hall pre dicted Wednesday a landslide victory for the Republicans in 1956 But Senate and House cam paign committee heads said it will jnot be easy for the GOP to win of Turkey were objects of a Communist plot and incitement It was the first outbreak here stemming from the dispute over the P4M r UW1 ti Lift j 1 I V future of the strategic island of Cyprus the British crown colony in50 and so willingly to his copyrighted Washington dispateh calling the affair a major polit ical scandal which will almost certainly produce Mediterranean Avhich once longed to Turkey j Greece demands that the island Hoppe said Andrews and lo votc for nion this petty exemption of or year from the veteran who gave from the White Tone Down Commissioner 0 Gordon Delk Greece but is opposed byj first tried to get him to tone downBrttain and Turkey The Turtasht derogatory information he declared that ifj turned up about iBntain UP il should the new be returned to Turkey Turkish Foreign Minister Fatin ap pointee Hoppe said that when he refused the officials at first asked for his resignation and then on Oct 7 1953 fired him H e contended this was a viola tion of the 1912 Rostu Zorlu announced in London Wednesday that a nineday confer Rock Island Loses Bid to Drop Service country is not only beyond our comprehension but beyond the un derstanding of the average citizen of a Legion spokesman said He added We feel and we believe the j average citizen and taxpayer of Iowa feels that the exemption I should be made by E W McNeil Montej DES MOINES if The Rockizuma chairman of a special LegiOnj Rains Pound Texas Coast BROWNSVILLE Tex cious squalls from the backlash of tropical storm Gladys con tinued to pound the Texas Coast Wednesday after chasing scores of persons from their homes in the Corpus Christi Bay area north of here Tuesday night The Coast Guard braved the driving rain and pounding surf up and down the lower end of the Texas Coast hunting dis tressed or missing vessels res cuing sportsmen and keeping an eye on isolated groups Gladys was breaking up in Mexicos mountains her power spending itself in heavy rains that threaten Tampico an im portant port and petroleum cen with a major flood The Panuco River was on the rise and large parts of the country inland from Tampico were he precinct level we can lookj bnvard to a victory of landslide jroportions in 1956 not only forj Jie presidency but in recapturing control of both Parched Timber Ignited Two States Hit Worst SAN FRANCISCO of the worst forest fires in Pacific Coast history Wednesday roared down Jon Yreka a northern California logging town Other mammoth fires raced across tens of thousands of acre of parched timber and brush land elsewhere in California and neigh boring Oregon Klamath National Forest offi as pretty June Prichard waves cjais aierted the residents of to the crowds which jammed lYreka to connect their garden the Atlantic City boardwalk jhoses and stand by when a three Tuesday night to see the Miss Idayold fire exploded out of con Wirepholo BEAUTY ON Tex control of Congress J America parade Other Miss trol and thundered through 11 HaD said in a talk prepared forj America hopefuls rode on cars or j miles of dense timberland to be opening session of a campaign floats j within four miles of town By mid school for Republican state chair men that if the GOP can get its machinery operating effectively at Crystal Lake Woden Back School Shift night acres were ablaze i Fire fighters frankly said they Shad no chance of checking the jfires onslaught However Klam lath Forest Supervisor Russell Bowers said Yreka some 20 miles south of the Oregon border to be in no immediate danger Clouds of s of Hard Work Sen Goldwater RAriz and lep Richard M Simpson CRYSTAL hairmen of the partys Senate andjtricting proposal involving House campaign and Crystal Lake schools Townsfolk hauled out hoses and agreed in other prepared talks thatjand 80 sections Tuesday was ap eontrol of Congress can be wonproved 45163 prepared to douse their roofs if burning embers began cascading but said it will require hard According to Crystal Lake thundering fire Today our Republican Party Leo Morman the plan will not jjore tjjan 1 goo raen battled the effective until next July 1 Thejblaze and nimdreds more includ physical position of the two 400 soldiers from the Presidio will not be affected immediatelyjof San Francisco were rushing to has great Hall said We have the magnificent and dedicat ed leadership of President Eisen lower and the rest of the team by the plan as both will stay sceDe which has made good government but under a single administrative But Bowers was pessimistic He the rule rather than the exception u isaid the blaze had developed into in America for the past three He spoke also of the greatest jcnce of British Turkish and Railroads move to drop itscommittee He vas accompanied foreign ministers on this issue had last remaining passenger serviceby several members of the group ended without agreement Red on the 207mile Cedar Rapids toi In the early part of the presen jEstherville run has been turned idown the Iowa State Commerce The communique issued in Anj Commission said Wednesday HOPPE LloydLafoUette Act which protects Civil Senice employes from sum mary dismissal Witsil made availalbe to the Her ald Tribune a statement by Hoppe kara implied that Red agents had inspired the mobs of young Turks Tuesday night playing on their re sentment of the Greek demands for Cyprus The commission unanimously ruled that public convenience and necessity requires continuance of the trains Nos 19 and 20 j In hearings at Grundy Center tation the Legion said We sympathize with the mem bers of your committee in the problem you face in arriving at a report as a result of the tax study and we know that the re sults of your efforts will produce some order from the hodgepodge It expressed sorrow for the disClarion and Emmetsburg tax i j i r it y I AO o 14V AU n nn Tho ita t c1 rtAri orders and regret for the grave this year 125 witnesses voiced pro weathermen f area of potential danger A trough of low pressure stretched from Mexicos Yuca tan Peninsula across the golf toward Florida It had not yet formed a storm center but could prove to be the spawn ingground for another tropical storm Mormon explained that the newa storm the worst of all fire arrangement would create a largerjconditions and hvo tax basis and consequently a lower things would a change in tax rate per capita As a result weather conditions or the fires prosperity this nation has ever ldi raie per a resuu weather conditions or the fires and said it has beenhe sald Sreatr diversificationjrunning out of fuel Forecasts Defended Nation Cedar Falls Man Is Victim of Accident achieved while the country hasj been at Made Clear can be attained in the another day of hot for both i windy weather The unification will bring more A fire storm is a maximum of than 500 students into the conditions extremelv Wliile Hall said nothing about Crystal Lake now has 192 and low humidity drv fuel and ad Q u wuv i i Ann the possibility that President Ei senhower will run again many of the state chairmen made it clear they feel the Presidents presence on the 1956 ticket is essential to victorv In a morning television to fpand tteir s uu music course by hir Woden has approximately 220 Nu merous students from outside areas can be expected next year at both schools according to Mor mon He pointed out that it will be to the Civil Service to shops homes and otherjtests against granting permission In it Hoppe said Andrews told him property owneti by persons oft to drop the trains j Apparently fearful lest the vet he bad to go because I was a j Greek descent It promised speedy A summary of the decision whichjerans exemption be repealed Uaei CEDAR FALLS Edward Eisenhower will Asked if he controversial figure because hejcompensation and added ithe commission released said itstatement said Johnson 53 Cedar Falls died atahought the GOP could win with said I had been named under the necessary steps have beenls reluctant to grant such applij Vou hit the military exa hosPitaI here Tuesday night ofany other candidate Hall Cedar Rapids Woman S former jtaken and will be taken to restore cations unless the railroad comj Hoppes statement continued immediately public peace and orjPanr is faced with a hopeless sit with reference to Andrews der violated bv these incidents der violated bv these incidents He said I was a DunlapSnyder Istanbul and Izmir formerly appointee and hed have the enSmyrna both originally were tire Eisenhower forces on his neck Greek cities and have retained if I were reassigned to a director John B Dunlap headed the Rev enue Senice during latter days of large Greek populations through out Turkish history Take Charge It was the feeling of the Com mission that there is evidence to warrant the conclusion that the railroad company is largely re sponsible for the decline in reve nues in that it has not made a j sincere effort to better the senice hit Ss nPcnn smaU wav injuries suffered in a twocar crash here Monday evening Police said Johnsons car verse winds which the Forest Senice says it is powerless to combat An estimated men battled other fires in the two states In Oregon more than 210 sepa rate fires blazed over national for ests Lightning touched off 25 new Hall told interviewers he wasjmg teachers to handle both in the Fremonth National planning the campaign and oriThe main administrative office loForest in south central Oregon jganizing on the basis that he EMcation will be decided next July j Acres The biggest blackened approxi jmately acres near Med jford in southwestern Oregon de jstroyed five homes and forced out of the Tolo district to helped to defend and preserve the nation the state and the property crashed headon with one driven by ion which taxation is based The veteran is the only person Paul M Larsen 29 Cedar Falls Officers just say were The chairmen will fly to Denver at the close of their classes Friday to whom exemptions are granted who earned that exemption earned jit by years of senice The a veteran a constant reminder j d M1U Ul said Johnsons car was on l0r a Satoday morning breakfast bins Lake here Me Taiesday by two ig side of the street at the discussion with Eisenhower of camfishermen Authorities said she had Body Found in Lake CEDAR RAPIDS UP TheiAnother swePl 2000 acres body of Mrs Larry Mullinex scattered pine and brush on Cedar Rapids was found in Robthe Ochoco National Forest west been missing since Saturday the Truman administration whenj Premier Adnan Menderes flewoffered the public and to retain John W Snyder was secretary ofito Istanbul from Ankara Tuesdaythe mail contract which was lost the treasury jnight to take charge personally of ion Sept 30 to tam senice is forever Actually Hoppe said he was apthe restoration of order Even bej j pointed to the Internal Revenue fore martial law was SUES FOR DIVORCE went on to say that Service under the Hoover admintroops and marines some in SANTA MONICA Calif tf states actually are istration Andrews whose appointmoved into the ancient metropolisiActor Broderick Crawfords wifei01Tng more for their veterans thanj ment was sponsored by Sen Byrd on the Bosporus to quell the thouiWednesday sued him for separate5 the other state is a Virginian who dejsands of rioters roaming its charging that his not glve exemptions The other scribes himself as a Byrd DemoCyprus itself was the scene ofconduct in recent years has made T s generally equip and staff violence Itheir domestic life incompatible THE GENTLE TYPE IRVTNGTON UP Elsie Bodewaldt 44 of Orange filed an assault and battery charge agains liquor store operator Carl Heidorn She said she suffered a sprained hand when Heidorn squeezed it as he handed her change Reveal Secret Atom Testing Base on Salton Sea Shore BRAWLEY Calif Atomland ground instruments determine ic Energy Commission has permitjthe fall trajectory and impact of ted an inspection by newsmen of the bomb state and county veterans efficesi and pay their bills Some grant hospital benefits to veterans Iowa does neither the statement said About its once secret testing base on the shore of the Salton Sea The million dollar base lo cated 37 miles northwest of here tests the falling characteristics of The base is operated by the San dia Corp Manager T A Sprink said practice drops have been made since the base was com pleted in the fall of 1949 The Weather Mason City Fair warmer Iowa Clear warmer Minnesota Continued cool various types of atomic bombs I The base comprises 81 square However no livt nuclear weapmiles twothirds of which is waj ons are used Planes from KirUandUer About 100 persons are emi Air Force Base at at the base N drop dummy bombs on the The target is in the water target area which is in tho water feet off shore in this Some of the drops are made from sea All tho mobs are destroyed i altitudes as high as fcven impart Globe Gazette rj weather data up i 8 a m Wed SUNNY Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum of Sneca where a fire fighter was trapped and killed Sunday A third raced out of control over acres on the Rogue River National Forest near Medford Several hundred miles to the south a fastmoving brush fire de stroyed three dwellings and halted four trains when it burned out 20 jfeet of ties on the Southern Pacific Railroad 12 miles north of Santa Barbara on the Southern California j coast The blaze was i touched off by an explosion in a lighting plant at a ranch One of the few notes of cheer came from Sequoia National For est in East Central California where fire fighters reported they I had checked a blaze that once threatened the famed Grant Grove of giant Sequoia trees Two Soldiers Struck by Lightning Killed SENDAI Japan ft Lightning killed two men of the 5th Regi ment on maneuvers and slightly burned 14 others near here Tues day night the Army said SPORT SACRAMENTO Calif UP MOTHER WEEPS AT Bradley center weeps after her seat at a Chicago church Tuesday before funeral services for her son Kmrnett Till 88J 14 The boy was slain last week after whistling at a white woman while visiting in 52 3liss Wednesday He signed an order closing all bars in tho of an itlik   

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