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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Doily EdftMl far MOM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI MIWStAFtft T M ALL NORTH IOWANS NIlCHiOBS VOL LXI tut ruU LMM Wiwn MASON CITY IOWA TUISOAY OCTOIIR 4 ItSS Paper CoiuMc at Two Ml Arms Sale Wont Ease Tensions Dulles Says Deal Not Complete as Yet Statement to Commies WASHINGTON jfwSecretary of State Dulles said Tuesday he has told Soviet Foreign Minister Molo tov that Communist bloc arms de liveries to the Middle East would not contribute to relaxing tensions in the world Dulles said that when he wasj recently at the United Nations era Assembly meeting in New York he discussed the Middle East problem twice with Molotov j Ho said he spoke to Molotov to the effect that from the standj point of relations with the Soviet Union such delivery of arms would not contribute to relaxing j Ottwr Products j Red Czechoslovakia has conj traded to sell military equipment to Egypt in return for cotton ricej and other Egyptian products j Dulles told his news he thought Egypt and vakia had not yet completed tails of the deal He said he does AP Wiirphoto SUN POWER solar battery used by Southern Bell Telephone Co to make the first sunpow ered telephone call is adjusted by a repairman at Americus Ga Engel Fights Plan to Expand Offices DBS MOINES plan that will more than double the Iowa Employment Security Commissions rent on its Des Moines offices i will be submitted to the State Executive Council Frank L Engel com j mission vice chairman said Tuesday Engel said he opposes the plan which the commission voted 21 Monday to lay before the council Voting for it were Commission Chair Woods Given 33Year Term for Desertion BERLIN if Woods 24 Pvt Tommy R Rogersville Energy From Sun Operates Rural Phones Tuesday was sentenced to 33 years Jin prison for deserting to Commu nist East Germany A U S Army courtmartial de liberated 25 minutes on Woods Claude M Stanley and Com missioner J C Blodgett The plan would increase the comi missions rental costs from the present a year to annually but would give the comi mission more space At the present the commission leases the sixstory Hrger Blish building which has about square feet of floor space at a yearly rental of The build ing trustees however want to raise the rate to a year Engel said Stanley and Blodgett want to accept that offer and also lease another twostory building at 6th Avenue and High St for the AP Wirephoto ILLUSION OF four Convair F102A allweather jet interceptors seem to be racing down the runway at Palmdale AFB Calif Actually the planes are standing still But the illusion of speed comes from the delta wing streamlining of the planes and from the hundreds of tire streaks left on the concrete runway by landing aircraft local employment office which now guilty plea before passing sen occupies the lower two floors of The penalty which included athe commissions present building dishonorable discharge was theiThe rent on this building would maximum It is subject to review jbe a year he said jby higher authorities Woods did not take the stand TANKS AGAINST SWORDS French Rebs Battle On AMERICUS Ga rural telephone FEZ Morocco UP Sweatingjthe border of Spanish Morocco but French troops equipped with modnew reports rolled in of the beard Stanley and Blodgett said aboutjern cannonj tanks and jet planesed tribesmen galloping into native 20 persons will be added to the President in Note to Nixon Another Good Nights Rest DENVER Eisen hower was reported Tuesday to feeling rested and refreshed aft er a good nights sleep A medical bulletin from the bed side said The President had another good night He slept from to when he awoke feeling rested and refreshed His condition continues to progress satisfactorily without After writing his vice president Monday night to carry on affairs of the National Security Council and the Cabinet Eisenhower Mon day night had been reported in i cheerful mood after a good Crucial Week The uneasiness created by word Sunday night that the chief execu tive didnt feel as well as usual evaporated after physicians found no evidence of fatigue Dr Paul Dudley White Boston heart specialist reported every thing goes at the sickbed on the eighth floor of Fitzsimmons Army Hospital This is the second crucial week in the aftermath of the coronary thrombosis the President who will foothills of the Atlas Mountains be 65 Oct 14 suffered Sept 24 at gave the rebels the advantage of mobility They further harassed When the courts law sunj asked him if he fullv understood Offjcer com missions work force next and the added space will needed then L Mathes farmer plied in a clear voice Yes He did not appear to be But Engel in opposing the plan the Denver home of his motherin law Mrs John S Doud Tuesday battled savage Berbervillages in new orgies of rape andjthe French with roadblocks and By the weekend barring compli tribesraen in a march of vengeancemurder against proFrench Morocjtrenches cations his doctors look forward across the dusty slops of the Atjcans There were isolated battles bejhopefully to a period of convales las Mountains It was a battle of modern weapjtween men armed with oldfashjcence which will enable Eisenhow mcrease in the Desirgjjejj of the commi a year to over too big for me George jj mauics iftintci uuddtiuu not know how much or what types jplaced fjrsl cal on the sVlff senipBCeHe smlledision from of equipment are involved bv solar battery putand Wlth spectators as a fore he said he does not yet uge hgre by Bellileft courl fcem digest what would be m startjTejepoone ind Telegraph Co eas 1 It is true that the work ing a Middle East arms nee j Bell engineers switched solar Woods disappeared from hisiwill be increased here next into the rural telephone Berlin unit March 1 we have approved job open AlICtt aWwHi vQfSiCXilXtM I Arn in f Hie itn it t i f if J i H t J t t I U1J13 V Vf IIIJJ IXililj Egyptian Premier Abdel Gamal of A0anta Nasser at Cairo on the matter Dulks has received reports from N Allen Mathews call on the Dulles said he has no reasonicountry line was the first JKea load year pen 135 milesjanu spent 16 months in East Gerjings for some 20 additional people imany Shortly after bis disappearBut there is also space that is not ance news in a the official agency ADN for political East German being fully utilized on three of the said he badjfloors of this sixstory asylum He It is Engel said to think the CzechEgyptian not be carried out But dealjtest to determine the precise efiTllK he ficiencv and value of the solar batjJu I was returned to U S territorylastrto keep on spending large rentals while other states in the last five gtill hopes he said that it will The battery converts the suns possible to avoid an arms race injenergy into electricity and stores f n A the Middle East excess current not needed for imof mmsglf ith reds That apparently means he still mediate telephone use into a stor believes it possible Egypt will ag get only limited quantities of arms The solar battery was invented or arms of a type which would a threemember team at the upset the power balance betweenjBell Telephone Laboratories G L Israel and the Arab states t Pearson and D M Chapin physi The impression Allen has Dulles i cists and C S Fuller chemist reported is that most of the del Roughly it consists of 432 very tails have not yet been finally thin silicon cells encased in an aluminum housing less than a yard square The cells about the size iof a 25cent piece are electrically cushioned in oil and cov French slowly were driving the ons against the tribesmens longuoned rifles and modern jet fighter to move into a more active di backward and swords but the red claviers and bombers One bomber re to base with 25 bullet holes Hire Industrial Promotion Manager for Mason City rection of government The expectation is that he will be flown to his farm at GetKs in its tail and fuselage The rebellion against French rule in the protectorate came period of recuperation during I after Sultan Sidi Mohammed Benjwnich he will be able to confer burg in two or more weeks A director of industrial promo tionwas hired Tuesday by the Ma son City Development Assn James C Hestand manager of the Chamber of Commerce at Min eral Wells will spend his en In addition to being charged with j years have built their own time in the effort to attract m i desertion Woods was also accused buildings for employment security state settled On other matters Dulles 1 He believes the Big Four for eign ministers meeting to begin at Geneva Oct 2T will make positive progress toward the unification of Germany It will be a disappoint to ment he added if substantial progress is not made 2 He anticipates President Els enhower will be well enough before long to deal with substantive for ered by glass Vtry silicon is very sensitive we suns rays and generates an electric current which is drained off into a storage batten The current reaches its peak when the sun is brightest The goal is to generate enough eiar policy matters but at at intervals of bright sun time there are no matters of to form a balterv Backlog urgency as to require the for continuous operation dents personal attention Dulles telephone circuit indicated that ome time later he The battei7 has no moving parts might go to Denver to consult corrosive chemicals and should the President last If it operates the 3 He hopes the Chinese Comepho cc satisfactorily Bell munists wiU not back down on scienusts be used it miel their promise to let all America for Kother in Red China leave the countrvicatJon where commercial expeditiously Dulles said there Available always a chance they might vio late the agreement but he had noj evidence at all that they would do so 4 He does not believe Frances withdrawal from the General Assembly last week in protestj over a decision to discuss thej Algerian question will have damaging longran effect on United Nations Sports Bulletin DODGERS 2 YANKEES 0 Brooklyn the first I dustry to Mason City He plans to begin work in Ma son City Nov 1 His first months will be spent acquainting himself with Mason City and its advan tages to industry he said There1 after he expects to spend consid erable time in industrial centers throughout the country Cooperative efforts by the en tire community are the only means by which industry can be attracted i to Mason City however Hestand emphasized in talking to the asso ciation directors Tuesday Hestand is 34 married and has two children He is a member of Lions Club and the First Christian j Church of Mineral Wells j A high school graduate of An son he studied business ad ministration at Yale University and was selected for a course inj economics at Oxford College while in England with the U S Air Force during World War II He served in the chambers of Moulay Arafa fled his throne to the safety of International Tangier The rebles said the French let him go without setting up the regency council they had been promised The death toll in fighting of the past three days was estimated at with administration advisers on matters requiring his earlyatten tion No At White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty re home than 200 The official figures had a good were only 24 dead but some added nsons were still cut off and French Theie was no evidence of Itroops have been unable to The President had supper the scene of some reported massaand visited for the Icres i Long French i through the hill iber villages of mud and straw and gas cans left over from the war columns snaked country past Ber time during the day with Mrs Eis enhower His condition continues to be satisfactory without compli In a 10minute business confer JAMES C HESTAND 10 Soviet Housing Experts in Tour heading into the Hill country toence Monlay with his chief deputy i seek out and destroy the enemy i Sherman Adams the President The French wore modern battled signed a letter to Vice President idress therebels long flowingiNixon asking him to carry on the robes of grey and tan and cowls j meetings Of the Cabinet and se which hid their faces jcurity council j Reports Tuesday indicated the He also signed a memorandum French had regained control ofto Secretary of the Treasury Hum the situation and Brig Gen which in effect makes Bertron commanding the FirstUapan a member of the General Military District said with reini Agreement on Tariff and Trade forcements arriving we h a v ej At the same time he signed a enough troops to handle the situajroutine memorandum authorizing STAR FARMER WATERLOO UP j WASHINGTON 19 Quincyr Monday i additional ing Russians Tuesday toured anwas named the outstanding dairyjmade since June Yo American housing in the national Future foreign aid to various nations John B Hollister director of the International CooperationAdmin istration to send to six congres Georgejsfonal committees a report that no decisions have been commerce at Anson Mineral Wells Tex Dumas and ivelopment Farmers of America organization off wins World Details on Sports AP Wirephoto NOT TOO Frank Licavoli 3 wears an unworried smile despite the fact he lost in savings his mother had hidden in their Detroit home Frank took the old purse containing the money out to play and somehow lost the cash He cant talk and a search failed to reveal a single dollar whirlwind inspection of Amerf jican construction knowhow andi iliving standards in 13 cities fromj i coast to coast The Russian delegation led by I K Kozuilia Soviet minister of urban construction studied an un completed project of 215 homes at Inearby North Springfield Va The T vi r homes are priced from to James Sivwnght 10 son of arg Amcricans and Mrs Donald Smvnght who a vear and up live north of Rockwell on Highway 65 was taken to Blank Memorial Hospital Des Moines Monday for treatment of polio Rockwell Boy Is First Polio Case of Year in County The Weather Mason City Drizzle cool Iowa Showers Minnesota Cloudy rain i The President also approved an extension of time from Oct 1 to jOct 21 for a presidential emer jgency board to report on a labor i dispute between the Pennsylvania Railroad and nonoperating employes RECEIPTS UP DES 5101NES taxi This is the first case reported in collections in the first nine months j 1955 to the Cerro Gordo Countyof this year iolaled Chapter of the National Foundation j a little more than 4 million dollars for Infantile Paralysis jover the same period last year SHOWERS Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Tues day Maximim minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 80 i SAME Black flu o3 I State Price Protest Movement Spreading Into Dakota Minnesota CORNING tf With a claim of members the National Farm Organization farm price protest movement prepared Tuesday to spread into South Dakota and Minnesota after three weeks of Topsylike growth Jay Loghry 55yearold former southwest Iowa fanner and feed salesman who is chief organizer for the group said a meeting at Cherokee Tuesday night will be followed by meetings at Sioux Falls S Wednesday night at Worthmgton Thursday afternoon and Sheldon Iowa Thursday night Within 30 days Loghry said a formal headquarters will be set in Corning and a state meeting will be held to draw a constitution Loghry was in Audubon Tuesday after addressing an organization meeting at Dunlap in western Iowa Monday night with Ncls G Eraschel former Democrat governor as the headline speaker Kraschel is the second former Iowa sovprnor to set behind NFO in its brief but lively existence thus far The other is Dan Turner of Corning a former Republican governor and prominent figure in the original Iowa Eisenhower movement in 1952 Immediate goals of NFO are early action by Secretary of Agri culture Benson to put a a hundredweight floor under butcher hogs and a floor under choice fat cattle And Im told those figures dont even represent Loghry said Tuesday The next goal is action by Congress to enact legislation guaran teeing farmers 90 to 100 per cent of parity Turner and Loghry have stressed that NFO is a dirt farmer movement which will shun violence and use the right of petition to seek its aims Any talk of a farm strike is Loghry said There signs of a brief flirtation with labor at NFOs start and union representatives offered organizing help but Loghry and Turner publicly announced that any labor tie up is out of the picture Loghry said meetings will be held in rapid succession in six county segments until all of Iowa is organized The Cherokee meeting is for Cherokee Sac Plymouth Buena Vista Ida and Woodbury counties The Sheldon meeting is for OBrien Sioux Lyon Osccola Dickcn son and Clay counties In Adams County Loghrys home base and first to set up a for mal county organization 900 members claimed Largest Iowa meeting thus far has been at Creston where an estimated per sons turned out Loghry advises farmers to start at the grassroots with meet tflgs in each township to pick a representative to a county meeting The county group in turn chooses officers and elects a representative to a staie organization The township groups are told to sign every farmer willing to join and collect at least a dollar as dues Duane Orion Atlantic another active organizer said NFO will be strictly independent We have no intention of joining with any other Orton said At Dunlap in western Iowa about 500 farmers heard Kraschel Monday night He said the 34 billion dollars the government spends annually for defense primarily helps industry and added Whats wrong with spending something to protect the agricultural LoShry said Kraschel is with us 100 per cent although his health wont permit him to take a very active Loghry said Gov Leo Hocgh is very interested in NFO He said Hoegh came to Corning Monday to confer with his friend former governor Turner about the organization   

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