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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 20, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Nortt Daily Newspaper fat ft BOM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE H I TN Egg Bill Battle Is AIL NORTH IOW A NS N I I G H 0 ft S HOME EDITION GREATER MASON CITY DAYS Thursday Friday and Saturday MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOilft IMS Piper X Two SccttoM ttcUoc OM Dropped Plaintiffs Cite Costs George Zanios Mason City pro duce dealer and coplaintiff in an action to test the constitutionality of Iowas new egg grading law has disclosed that the court battle has been dropped because of the ex pense involved Zanios and T R Fredericks Buf falo Center grocer had obtained an injunction in District Court at Des Moines to prevent the State Depart ment of Agriculture from enforcing the act However the state suc ceeded in getting the Supreme Court to accept jurisdiction and the injunction was lifted pending final decision The Mason Cityan said a check covering court costs of was mailed this week to the clerk oi district court of County at Des Moines N File Motion In Des Moines Neill Garretf special attorney for the state said that before the action can be for mally dismissed be must file a mo tion for dismissal of the states ap peal with the Supreme Court Gar rett indicated such a step would probably be taken Thursday Zanios said that the action was instituted last July and explained we finally had to give up because 9f the expense The case cost around and I personally spent at least 30 days away from the office fighting the he said The new law requires grading of eggs purchased from a producer for sale at retail prices It also re quires licensing of egg dealers re tallers mod candlers In their action Zanios and Fred dis criminates against dealers and re tailers because it exempts farmers who sell their eggs Jrom door to door Graded Eget We thought the purpose of the FAIX PLOWING scene taken Wednes day afternoon during the Franklin County Plowing Match near Sheffield is a familiar sight in North Iowa as many farmers complete their fall plowing Ten plowmen com GlobeGuette photo by peted in the contest on the Fred Stein farm 1 miles west of Sheffield Norman and Art Kaisch won top honors Story and additional picture on page Phone Workers to Strike Monday Would Be Affected by Walkout on Contract Continue OMAHA The CIO Communi cations Workers of America has called for a strike among North western Bell telephone workers for law was to see that housewives get 6 mMonday unless agreement graded eggs but apparently that is K reached on a new contract be not the Zanios said As head of the Iowa Producers Dealers Association Zanios lerted it is the thinking of the or ganization that when the new egg law was passed it was for the ben efit of a few and definitely hurt the ma jority of producers Zanios said Iowa is the only state in the in which a dealer can not buy current receipt eggs nest run because they must be graded first Since Iowa has the law why not force all parties to he said No Discrimination Zanios stressed that there was no discrimination against the farm er involved in the case either per sonallyor by the organization He We were in favor at all times the graded law for the j The Iowa Farm Bureau and the North Central States Institute ai fore that time James Smith District 7 director the CIOCWA said These Boys Arent Sensitive They Just DONT LIKE CUSSING SAN QUENTIN Calif JVOeaftirow author Caryl Chessman n fer new lawyer after heete4 break wHh the twe whe wm him bis triumph in Ms Mvenyear fight to dedfe gas chamber a federal Cwirt hear me on the 34yearold convicts petition for M new sixth Attorneys Berwyn Rice and Jerome Duffy declared their part in the case was finished Rke recalled that soon after they arrived for a conference Chessman banging the table shouted you you When are you going to get out here when you can spend mere than M minutes with me Both quit Thursday the union headquarters has ad vised all locals in the fivestate Northwestern Ben bargaining unit of the strike plane This would in volve about employes in Ne braska Iowa Minnesota and the Dakota s No Comment Company spokesmen had no im mediate comment The union and company have been negotiating on a new contract since July 26 The most recent meeting was held Wednesday Our members in the fivestate Northwestern Bell area are not be ing offered wage treatment com parable to that secured by mem bers of the CWA from other Bell system companies this Recent Offer The companys most recent Wallace Says Truman Approved of Speech SOUTH SALEM N Y A Wallace has cited records which he claims show that former President Truman gave prior approval to a New York City speech by Wallace which resulted in his dismissal as secretary of Commerce Truman in an installment of his memoirs published in a national magazine wrote that Wallace visited him just before his speech Sept 12 1946 at Madison Garden Truman said he had no time to read the speech even in part and added To make things worse when Wallace delivered the speech which was an allout at tack on our foreign policy he said that he had talked to me in Tax Exemption Curbs Offered by Legislators Meet With State Tax Study Group DES MOINES tftProposals to limit the homestead tax exemp tion drop the agricultural land tax credit repeal the veterans prop erty tax exemption and curb prop erty tax exemptions given institu ions were among many ideas pre sented to the Iowa Tax Study Com mittee Thursday The proposals were voiced by various members of the Legisla ure The committee had opened ts meeting for recommendations from the lawmakers themselves after having heard from a long series of organizations and groups REPLY TO PENTAGON Wasnt Notified on Yalta Doug Kanawha Drug Store Looted law enforce vein and that I approved of m produce organization had joined fw would from S350 to the state in supporting the egg highest rate plant grading law President Turns to Painting May Return Home Soon DENVER Ifi President Eisen howers improvement Thursday kept pace with advance calcula tions of bis physicians as he turned to one of his favorite hobbies another step toward recovery He divided part of a day of re laxation between viewing the ma jestic Rockies from the sundeck outside his hospital room and painting another view of the same mountains from a colored print taken from a magazine The fact that it has been nearly four weeks since he was stricken with a heart attack Sept 24 and there have been no complications encouraged speculation that a date soon will be set for his flight back East to begin valescence a period of con Britt Woman Chosen for Rebekah Office CEDAR RAPIDS MVHelen Nel son Britt has been nominated for the presidency of the Iowa Re bekah Assembly at the meeting of the organization here craftsmen depending on locality Increases for new employes in the plant department would be week and clerical help and most operators would be boosted with increases of for employes with longer service in the four highest wage zones The company said this offer would cost more than three million dollars a year Smith said in addition to the elimination or narrowing of geo graphical differentials and the amount of the wage increase the union is seeking the right to arbi trate cases involving discharge of members with less than three years of service and improvement in the bours of short evening tours State Fair Next Year to Close on Sunday Not Monday DES MOINES W Next years Iowa State Fair will undergo some changes in arrangements For one thing it end on the Sunday TWO PERISH CHICAGO UP Fire swept good in through a skid row hotel Wedncsthat a before Labor Day instead of the holiday as has been the custom during the last five years The State Fair Board voted to revamp the 1956 schedule at a meeting Wednesday and to shift he two big junior livestock shows to the opening days of the fair in stead of the final days j Board members gave two rea sons for dropping Labor Day from he fair schedule The main one iwas that attendance on the holi he was His Own Notes Wallace from his farm here Wednesday night said in an inter view he would refuse to get into any argument or controversy but would confine his reply te the record made day by day in my own notes or in the press in Sep tember Three days after he made the speech Wallace related a news story in the Washington Post said a reporter asked Truman if he bad approved only a section of the speech or the whole Truman said he approved the whole Wallace said the Sept 15 story said The former Vice President also cited the paper lor Sept 14 1946 as saying that Truman said he bad read the whole speech and approved it all and that it did not conflict with our foreign Two Days Before Wallace also formerly secretary of agriculture under the late Presi dent Roosevelt said he made the following notation the evening of Sept 10 1946 two days before the speech At the meeting with the Presi dent I went over pagebypage vith him my Madison Square Garden speech to be given Sept 2 Again and Again he said Thats and Yes that is vhat I He Truman didnt have a About From House 25 legislators mostly as Bureau of Investigation in efforts to track down thieves that broke into Christs Drug store week and stole its entire stock of drugs cash and some merchandise Proprietor Jim Christ discovered the breakin when he opened the store Tues day morning Christ was told by the Bureau that his was the sixth or seventh drug store in the state to be broken into since the start of this month He said that if the culprit was a single addict he should have a sufficient supply of narcotics for a lifetime but there is consider able evidence that a gang opera tion accounts for the series of en tries Christ is in the course of having a new store built to house his drug business Christ said he has been spending most of his avail able time at the new location As a consequence he had not yet turned in to the state his last quarters collection of sales and excise taxes and had some in the safe which the burglars pried open Access to the store was gained by breaking the lock on the rear door Merchandise taken included about a halfdozen wrist watches about the same number of cigaret lighters and 30 cartons of cigarets Christ said he was insured against theft up to but that amount would not be sufficient to cover his loss House members attended meeting Among their other suggestions were Taxing young livestock taxing sales barns balancing the budgets from the sales tax Instead of the property tax and opposing any tax on services Rep Raymond Breckenridge R Winterset suggested that the ited to the first Box Slips OffTruck Man Dies Mason Cityan Is Victim A 66yearold Jacob E Decker and Sons packing plant worker was killed in stantly Thursday afternoon when the box slipped off a dump truck and crushed him o the ground The employe Claude H Meacham 724 Polk was helping load steel reenforcing rods onto a Decker truck at Nichol Nire and Aluminum 200 19th when the mishap occurred Meacham was on the truck box ying down the rods when the loac tipped sideways off the track strik ing him on the back of the head John H Gallant Minneapolis employe of the Roadfelt Construe tion was helping Meacham pick up the construction materia being used in improvements at th Decker plant wasVoninjured sai the omrm line pfl the truck frame was miss ing He said the pin was in place when the truck which Belongs to Deckers left the plant The accident happened at Release All Older Married Draftees Bricker Demands WASHINGTON UP Sen John W Bricker ROhio demanded Thursday that the armed forces stop being callous and release all older and married men drafted in the last two years By cutting down on dependency allotments he said the Defense epartment could save money by jeing The senator said in a letter to GEN MacARTHUR Charles City Girl Dies of Injuries CHARLES Dorothy Demro 217 Charles City died at Cedar Valley Hospital Wednes day night of injuries suffered when the car in which she was riding plunged into a ditch County F Hauser Did Not Support Actions His Position Is Defined NEW YORK Gen Douglat HaeArthur said Thursday the Pen tagon report released Wednesday fully confirms that I was never consulted concerning the Yalta conference MacArthur said The issue involved at the origin of this controversy was not wheth er Russia should have been brought into the Pacific should have clearly been done at the very but whether we should have made vital terri torial concessions at the expense of Chinese sovereignty to induce Russia to come in at the The former Far East comman der said he had urged on Dec 13 1941 shortly after Pearl Harbor that Russia attack from the north This he said would have saved countless lives billions of dollars and spared the Philippines Mala said Thursday he an inquest on the accident Four other persons were in jured in the mishap when the car driven by Charles Schucknecht 22 Greene left Highway 218 near the Floyd Cemetery plowed through a ditch ran into a field and rolled end over end Miss Demro is survived by her mother Mrs Otto Brown a half brother Edward Charles Brown and a sister Betty Kellogg Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 at the Gross mann Funeral Home with the Rev Paul Heath officiating Burial will be at the Sunnyside Memory Garden Charles n 10 or 15 years impair our day closing date has not been too singlc change to suggest W3S j SENSITIVE TYPE POTSDAM P day night burning two men to death and injuring eight others the past lot of The other dont want to be required to work on a holi my courtesy in showing him speech before I with her to quit for a fellow just getting started in He also proposed that the property tax exemption for Institu tions be limited County Survey Rep Roy Hadden who said his recommendations were based on a survey he made in his county Monona recom mended Dropping the agricultural land tax credit repealing the veterans property tax setting a 3545 maxi mum mill levy for school purposes to stop inefficiently operating dis tricts and balancing budgets from the sales tax or some other tax other than property tax Secretary Carter L Burgess lat such draftees have no real lisiness in the armed forces and iould be mustered out as soon as wssible Burgess previously had rejected te idea in a letter Bricker pub ished Wednesday night contend ing that any automatic wholesale would seriously UP SHE GOES WASHINGTON w census Bureau Thursday estimated there will be 22SVa million Americans by 1975 a 38 per cent gain over the present million ya Guinea and many Pacific No Hint But he said there is not the slightest hint of documentation even remotely suggesting he sup ported territorial concessions Nor he said was there anydoc umentation that after my initial recommendation in 1941 I advo cated prior to Yalta that Russia enter the Pacific MacArthurs statement was is sued to the press by Maj Gen Courtney Whitney longtime aide to MacArthur Whitney said MacAr thur would make no further com ment and would not elaborate on his statement The Pentagon record mcuded summaries by two War Depart ment officers of conversations they said they had with MacArthur when they reported to him in Feb ruary 1945 the decisions reached at the Yalta conference which ar ranged for Russian entry into the war Brig Gen George A Lmcoln said MacArthur told Mm Russia probably would he getting some territory anyhow and it was only right that they the Russians should share the cost in Wood in SAME Sloan Man Dies in CarTrain Crash SIOUX CITY R Beedle 25 Sloan was killed Thurs day when his car was hit by a Chi cago North Western passenger train on a private road within the city limits The train enroure to Omaha struck the car broadside andj dragged it feet Beedle was driving alone to thedefeating Japan government material yard on thei NO invasion Missouri River where he was emi r D A ployed Col Paul L Freeman wrote that I MacArthur emphatically stated that we must not invade Japan proper unless the Russian army is previously committed to action in The next direct comment from MacArthur as reported by the Pentagon was in June 1945 In that message discussing the proposal for an invasion of the Japanese home islands MacArthur said Sooner or later a decisive ground attack must be and added that the hazard and loss will be greatly lessened if an attack is launched from Siberia sufficiently ahead of our target date to commit the enemy to major MacArthurs views on Russias entry into the war against Japan tiave been the center of a swirling political controversy for years The Democrats have claimed the jressure of MacArthur and other U S military leaders to get Rus sia into the war was the main rea son the late President Roosevelt agreed at Yalta to postwar terri orial concessions for Russia in the Far East The Republicans have claimed just as vigorously that Roosevelt sold out the country at Yalta The Weather Mason Cttyt Cloudy cool Iowa Partly cloudy cool Minnesota partly cloudy cool Globe Gazette weather data up 7 to 8 Thurs day Maximum 67 Minimum 40 At 8 47 YEAR AGO Maximum 52 Minimum 33 PARTLY QOUDY Three Marines Killed During Field Problem CAMP LEJEUNE tfi An accident during a field problem on his Marine base Wednesday elec rwuted three instructors Tht along the Winnebago River are in the Masoncftvs dcmon downtown Theres a harvest of valueand of new fall Martin picks corn on a farm northeast of Mason trees A 1 fjt I i i i during Greater Mason City Days through Saturday strung up for use in the problem if   

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