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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 12, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspoper lot MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSFAFCR THAT MAKES ALL NOITH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL AwoclftlM UaHw Prw CMM MASON CITY IOWA Wf DNtSOAY OCTOBER 12 Wtt Ptftr Four OM i Fill Insurance Post Speculation Ended Red Move on Atoms Greeted U N Agency May Result UNITED NATIONS N Y tfi Western sources said Wednesday they were encouraged by Russias conditional endorsement of an in ternational agency to carry out President Eisenhowers atomsfor peace plan Soviet First Deputy Fonign Min ister V V Kuznetsov offered a resolution to the U N General Assemblys key Political Commit tee Tuesday expressing hope such AP WONT Mayor Walter Beuse will be walking with a cane for a few weeks but especially the city Beuse was in i spccting the levee parking area thc when he fell tearing a few liga in his ankle He savs the volved in enouSh within the U N framework But he added the provisos proposed body must be subject toj the Security Council and its big power veto on major security qucsj sults without W of his tions and also must be open to all owo countries including Red China and East Germany U N The United States wants the pro posed atomic body to have the status of a specialized U N agen cy and strongly opposes any veto authority by the major powers over the agencys norml func tions However Washington recog nizes that any questions vitally af fectng the security of state would have to come before the Sej eurity Council The Western informants cmphai iized that although the Soviet delef gate hammered away for the conj ditions Moscow wants imposed on any atomic agency he did not in Russ Rap Iranian Decision Set to Enter Baghdad Pact MOSCOW warned Iran Wednesday that the Soviet government attaches grave im portance to Irans decision to join the proWestern Baghdad pact Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov summoned the Iranian en voy in Moscow and protested to him that The accession of Persia Iran j to this military alignment is in jcompatable with the interests of consolidating peace and security in the region of the Middle and I Near Good Air Force to Take Literal Shot in Dark ALAMOGORDO N M Air Force scientists Wednesday night take a literal shot in the dark in a new series of upper atmosphere research At approximately 20 minutes ground sunset the Cam Molotov added that Iranian ac cession to the pact contradicts the good neighborly relations be tween Persia and the Soviet Union and certain treaty obligations of The Iranian government move unites the country with Turkey Iraq Pakistan and Britain in a mutual defense agreement With Iran the Middle Eastern group forms a solid land belt from the Mediterranean to the Hima lavas The North Atlantic alliance extends the chain on across south ern and western Europe the At lantic and North America bridge Air Force Research Cen ter will fire an Aerobee rocket MAY SUCCEED of these four West German statesmen have arisen in speculation over Chan cellor Konrad Adenauers possible departure from the political scene in light of his current illness The men are AP Wirephoto left to Vice Chancellor Franz Bluecher Economic Minister Ludwig Erhard Finance Minister Fritz Schaeffer and Foreign Minister Henrich von Brentano Dramatic Bid by Ike Dulles Drivers Vote Against Going Back to Work ST LOUIS AFL bus and streetcar operators Wednes day loudly and overwhelmingly shouted against pleas by their leaders for an end to their day old transit walkout here Union leaders had urged the men dulge in any diatribes simed at at nearby Holloroan Air Develop East pact with a note advising that to return to their jobs and abide the West j ment Center designed to probe the Iranian government would subDv a state kw under which the util Kuznetsov told the Political Com some of the secrets of dawn and its adherence to the treaty was seized Tuesday eight hours Parliament for ratification after the strike began on orders of Ala followed uj quickly sending GovPM MDonnelly WASHINGTON Diplomats Wednesday viewed President Ei senhowers sickbed talk with Sec retary of State Dulles as a dra matic bid to emphasize the ab sence of any foreign policy lag on the eve of the Big Four con ference Dulles flew back to Washington Tuesday night after a 25minute Premier Hussein Ala originally bad announced he had sent a For eign Ministryofficial to the Bagh dad headquarters of the Middle East pact with a note advising that discussion of eight key points with Eisenhower at Denver The secre tary described Eisenhowers sug gestions as extremely More tangibly the conference produced Eisenhowers interim re ply to a letter from Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulgahin which had criti cized Eisenhowers proposal to swap and Russian military mittee the proposed agency musti dusk Just what can be expected Air be joined more closely to the U N than a specialized Force spokesmen are not willing submitting regular progress re to say ports to both the Security Council and the General Assembly jthe Senate a request for urgent approval of the pact An over The project has drawn more j whelming majority of the senators publicity than the Air Force jpromised a prompt okay The Soviet Union is Irans north aiao me u T em neiSnoor Sne nas a friend rennial Soviet call for immediate that S Air Force snip treaty with Iran which gives the Soviet Union the right to march into Iran if she considers the lat Perennial Call Kuznetsov also repeated the cares about It started when a British scientist announced in prohibition of atomic and hydrogen would attempt to create artifi bombs Sir Leslie Knox Munro oft cial moonlight New Zealand the committee Air Force has done its best ter has become a base for an at chairman reminded the delegates in subsequent publicity concernjtack on Russia that disarmament was not the sub the event to knock downany i ject for debate and said remarksexpectations that Wednesday nights tests will be spectacular Basically the experiment in volves the introduction of sodium START AT MASON CITY Nine Cities Suggested for Tax Discussions DES MOINES William G Murray research director for Iowa Tax Study Committee recommended to the committee Wred sion at one state said ody fourjnesda ftat ft conduct t aot meeting and sessions in nine cities to members stood up when leaders asked who wanted to go back to work The four were loudly booed The union leaders had notified Gov Donnelly Tuesday night that they would urge members to re turn to their jobs but under heidat test They said then they didnt jwork out procedure for the hear Reporters allowed a the i school to Dr Murray is an Iowa State College economist He suggested the nine meetings be held in Spencer Mason City Decorah Denison Boone Cedar Rapids Red Chariton and Fairfield or Ottumwa He recommended that the pilot should be confined to atomic ener gy 1 Informed sources said Kuzneti sovs atternp to bring disarmai at a altitude of between ment into the atomsforpeace de 40 and 70 above earth The Aerobee rocket equipped with special mechanism to fire two bate underlined reports the Rus sians are lending a sympathetic ear to AsiaAfrican proposals that containers of metallic sodium the Assembly debate disarmament Pellets dispersed in thermite before the Big Four foreign min be launched from the soutb isters take up that thorny subject ern New Mexico desert if weath are near per at their Geneva meeting this month The United States has warned It will oppose any such move con tending the foreign ministers should not be hampered by any U N admonitions on disarma ment India takes the position a U N debate would help demon strate to the ministers thc worlds deep interests in the arms ques tion er conditions feet An Air Force announcement said the test is purely a scien cation at this point Main pur pose of the project is to test the accuracy of scientific beliefs that a layer of natural sodium hangs in the thin atmosphere know what the reaction of the ators would be committee members previously At Jefferson City Gov Donnelly had decided on a tentative basis jsaid the state would act to proito hold the meetings by congres Stect the His office reportsionai meetings They said they ed he was studying what probably decide Thursday could be taken under the utility whether to accept Murrays rec Resume Production at Perfect Circle Corporation Plant NEW CASTLE Ind UP The Local 788 retard to Perfect Circle Corp foundry and resume operation Of the sumed production Wednesday Public Service Co tte the first Ume since strike notjgovernor said m a statement the brought martial law to hvo wffl teke such steps as ape antistrike law In view of the action taken by Indiana counties A total of 114 men and women showed up for work while National Guardsmen with Sherman tanks tific one with no militarvappli Und machineguns stood ready to i act in the event of violence like1 Uhat which wounded nine persons in a gun battle last Wednesday between CIO United Auto Workers I land nonstrikers J j A military plane circled the foun jdry as 77 production workers 21 supervisory employes and 16 office more than Tuesdays the plant necessary to protect the About New Yorkers Observe Columbus Discovery NEW YORK 463rd anni C B Juday plant manager said versary of Christopher Columbus the firm expects the work force to SPOIL SPORT MURFREESBORO Tenn Sheriff George Sharpe Wednesdayjdiscovcry of America was celejincrease day by day and hopes warned farmers to stop paving secjbrated Wednesday production of piston ring castings tions of rural roads with their walj In New York persons werejwill reach 50 per cent of normal nuts to get them hulled by the scheduled to march up Fifth Avejby early next week Normal pro wheels of passing cars He said it is against the law nue in observance of the historic j event duction before the strike was more than half a million castings a day The Weather Mason City Fair colder Clearing colder Minnesota Clear quite cold Globe Gazette rj weather data to 8 nesday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum COtDER ommendations Murray said he did not advise conducting the hearings by con gressional districts due to the geog raphy of the districts Be urged that the nine meetings be one day each and said it might be advisa ble to hold three or four additional meetings in larger cities if the de mand requires it It would not be necessary for all committee members to attend all nine hearings Murray said Those living in e area where Supervisors Reply to Jury in Chickasaw NEW HAMPTON The Chicka saw County board of supervisors Tuesday replied in part to the charges of tie Chickasaw County grand jury to the effect they were neglecting county home inmates and property Harry Swinton chairman said the county had purchased 10 new mattresses for the county home on Mar nd that the steward ess at the home had replaced them data as a step toward disarma ment But an underlying purpose of the trip was described by diplomatic sources as an effort to 1 Allay Western fears tha Dulles will be in a weakened posi tion at the Oct 27 foreign minis meeting in Geneva on accoun of Eisenhowers relaxed hold o the reins of leadership as he re covers from his Sept 24 heart at tack 2 Head off any Russian attemp to blame Eisenhowers illness and consequent loss of close contac with foreign affairs as the reason for any EastWest disagreements at Geneva Dulles appeared anxious at a news conference he held in Denve Tuesday to underscore Eisenhow ers role in their bedside chat It was just like any other foreign policy talk with the President he said and added He was interested alert and helpful with respect to all the mat ters we Dulles said he may go back to Denver before leaving Oct 22 for Geneva He has an appointment Bennettof Mapleton Selected Hoegh Makes Appointment DBS MOINES Appointment if Oliver P Bennett 63 Mapleton ttorney as Iowas new state in urance commissioner was an nounced Wednesday by Gov Leo loegh The appointment fills the vacan cy caused by the recent death of Charles Fischer who held the im portant post for several terms The salary is a year Hoegh made the announcement at his news conference with Ben nett present He then administered the oath of office to Bennett who went directly to the insurance de partment office to take over his new duties Not Mentioned Bennett whose name had not seen mentioned as a possibility for iie post will serve out Fischeri erm which ends June 30 1959 The appointment however is sub ject to confirmation by the Iowa Senate when the Legislature next convenes Fischer died Sept 8 and since that time the department had been in charge of Samuel C Orebaughr deputy commissioner Orebaugh had been among those mentioned for the post Bennett was born in Elgin HJ He attended Amherst College and the State University of Iowa He received his law degree at Draka in 1915 as Momma Coun ty attorney from 192529 and was a state senator from 192934 He is a Republican Law Revisions Prom 193639 Bennett served on a commission for the revision of the corporation laws of Iowa la World War n he served as a colonel in the judge advocate gen erals department of the Army as signed to Iowa Selective Service Headquarters Bennett is a past president of the Judge Advocates Assn and a past director of the Iowa Con ference of Bar Assn presidents and Oct 20 with key congressional leaders whom he will brief on Geneva policy s a member of the Iowa Aside from the Bulganin letter Bar Afns Dulles said he talked with Eisen appomtee has large livestock bower about preparations for the and fammg operations in Monona Big Four meeting But he would not say anything about the six other points he said had been taken up with the President three sons and a daughter The sons are James L Bennett Des Moines attorney who was codi rector of the Eisenhowerforpresi Eisenhower Wednesday looked j dent campaign from Iowa in 1952 forward to a meeting with hisjand Kirk and Oliver both of brother Dr Milton E Eisenhower Mapleton who direct their president of Pennsylvania State livestock and farming operations University who is flying from Washington for a oneday stay here The Presidents work patj tern while increasing slowly was expected to remain within the timer TOO MUCH OF A LABOR SHORTAGE Poland Is a Land Without Bootblacks a day tot some mattresses and new bedding meeting is held should be there he is on hand and added Murray also recommended that each meeting open with a sum mary of the tax situation an ex planation of the committees task and a discussion of suggested tax changes He said it would not be advan tageous to play up who made the Kruse Killed on Tractor Kruse 66 was killed at approximately 10 stewardess has always had a hand in purchas lOWQ KOHKS PlFSt in ing new supplies County Porch As to the condition of the porch at the county home Swinton stated that a carpenter was hired last April to do the work but has been ill He said this will be repaired immediately The board also said that the plumbing will be repaired immediately County funds at the present time Per Capita Purchasing Power Among 7 States DES MOINES Iowa ranks first in per capita effective buying income among seven Midwestern stales the Iowa Development Com mission said Wednesday The commission cited a survey by the magazine Sales Manage ment which placed Iowas effeci are not sufficient to replace the tive buying power per capita ur hog house at the county home as 1954 at requested by the report The 1954 grand jury suggested the super visors call an election to replace the county sheriffs residence and Kansas was close behind at 482 Other states in the West North Central group were Minnesota rr 418 Missouri Nebraska Wednesday when the tractor whichiaiL They said Wlth tnat in muid446 North Dakota South he was driving overturned on theSlt was not advisable to spend any j Dakota Leo Goche farm near Bancroft frot county fund i Among the 20 states west of the Kruse who was working as auntil the cost of the new jail onlv 7 have higlier Traditional pride of old culture a serious situation because the farmhand for Goche suffered fasaeruts nome are Known OLIVER P BENNETT v 66 Americans on Chinese Mainland By TOM REEDY up The shipyards at Danzig and WARSAW Poland hardGdynia are turning out freighters and worship of the ancient kings Pole above all likes to eat a internal injuries when thrown it thing to find today in to tons Cars tanks eveniis taking a back seat Now theiThe party and the government the tractor He and Goche ijet planes are rolling off assemblyjman on the street is proud of hisjreluctanl to regiment the youth were hauling corn from the field est nist Poland is a shoeshine There are no bootblacks lines steel mill or his new apartmenljand order the individual Pole to be Its not because everyone is too There are 27 million Poles now with bath The new Lenin steelleither a farmer or a steelworker proud to shine shoes The answerjBefore the war there were 34 mil mills at Nowa Huta stretching j They coax and hold out special is the tipoff to Polands lion No matter how strenuous the along six miles with a spanking i benefits Now an industrial state for theeffort the nation must st niggle new housing development occupied The workers are indoctrinated A o f m Kv Ko I 4ViA thni in M first time in its history Poland simply has too few workers for the ambitious goal ahead One doesnt hunt for work here it hunts for him Having taken the German indus with a tremendous manpower j by workers has transformed with the idea that this is a at the time Funeral arrangements are pend ing Kruse was unmarried and had worked as a hired hand most of his shortage jthe entire character of the region ers state The appeal to Poles abroad to i around historic Krakow return contains something more Now Tichy once the German Night after night hornyhanded men come to the flashy night clubs than propaganda The good of Tichau has grown from Jin Warsaw and after a few vodkas can call his shot and so the to Throughout the coal i decide theyll bust the joint up ilife in the Graettinger and Ban croft communities The body is at the Gary Fu neral Home Ltttdr According to the board a formal reply to the conditions the two county garages will be made in a letter to the grand jury later this week Swinton said he was sure the letter would explain the con ditions to satisfy the grand jury fective buying incomes per capital TOKY0 Radio said than Iowa the commission ali Americans in Red Nationally Iowa ranks 21st but itjchina excePt 19 accused of crimes trial plants of Silesia the Polesjshine boy has faded from the j and steel area huge housing dcvelj They usually get talked out of it have gradually shifted from a j scene If he doesnt are rising SENSITIVE TYPE CLINTONVILLE Wis They claim it belongs to them The entire Clintonville Fire De ipartment has resigned because the purely agricultural country to his job he can go into the The farms are starting to feel and so they have the right to wreckiparl producing 100 million tons of forces now numbering 22 the pinch The peasants son today hcadwaiter explained Itlfirc a y if Steel plants are sprinfiinfidivisions wants to go to the big city It isihappens all thc 1 iconi GET II YEARS SIOUX CITY J Jangula 23 and Kenneth Bowers 18 both of Springfield were sentenced to 10 years at the Ana mosa Mens Reformatory Tuesday ircmons feelings were hurt byon charges of slugging a filling aa iconiplamts over their noisy attendant and stealing ranked second in the nation lastjare free to leave and tnat the cases year in the amount of per capita iof 19 now are beinS examined increase in income registered inj A broadcast quoted Peoples 1954 Daily official Chinese Communist Party newspaper as saying 66 Americans remain on the mainland who have not applied for exit permits and the 19 charged with crimes Thus the 47 would include the It Korean War prisoners who refused to go home after the armistice a handful of Americans who went to China and threw in with the Reds some missionaries who have spent years in Chini and covered Jkf the Geneva agreement SAME   

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