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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1955, Mason City, Iowa Daily Newspaper UMtar to MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T M I NIWSPAPII TNAT MAKIS ALL H 0 I T H lOWANS N I I H 0 ft S HOME EDITION VOL LXII MM rnw nu MASON CITY IOWA TUISOAY OCTOttR X Two Mctio i OM No 14 Meeting Agenda Approved West Offers Joint Memo PARIS ministers of the Atlantic Alliance Tuesday gave their general agreement to the Western Big Threes proposals for tasing world tensions The ministers from other mem ber nations of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization head a lengthy statement from Secretary of State John Foster Dulles British Foreign Secretary Harold MacMil Itn and French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay explaining the joint memorandum which the West will present to the Soviet Union Thurs day in Geneva At the end of a threehour ses sion a NATO official said Therein was general agreement on the basic for Hour Dulles spoke for almost an hour on the first and key section of the memorandum covering Western proposals for Germanys reunificai tion and a general European secur ity pact Maemillan spoke briefly on dis armament proposals and pointec out that this problem is being hah died by a TLN subcommittee H the task at Geneva would be more to improve the atmospher to help the actual work in the fiody Pinay presented the Big Three on improvement of East West relations mentioning trade tourism and information He sai that progress in this field depend mostly on a development of thi Geneva spirit and particularly op the progress the Big Four migh make on the key agenda item German reunification Joint Position Dulles MacmiUaj and Pina ment Monday night on the memorandum with which they will toT at the postsummh opening Thursday in Geneva This was their joint position on the item listed for discussion 1 German reunification Real se curity in Europe is impossible on less the German people are per mitted to come together under a tingle government of their own which can negotiate ant sign a peace treaty for all Ger many J European security To re assure the Kremlin against another aggression the West is proposing a 14power mutual defense pad joining the United States Canada Britain France Italy Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg from NATO with the Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Poland Hungary Bulgaria and Romania The West is willing to tie German unifica tion and a European security pact together so both are achieved in parallel stages 3 Disarmament The West is re p e a t i n g President Eisenhowers open sky proposal at the sum mit conference last summer 4 Better EastWest relations The West ii suggesting that great er facilities be given for travelers and information to cross the Iron Curtain Plan to Confer Nov 6 PARIS fl Secretary of State Dulles plans to tfitfc with President Tito Nov 6 atlBriom This is an island off nptfhwestern Yugoslavia Dullestold his plans to reporters as Be came out of a meeting with the North Atlantic Treaty Organi zation foreign ministers Tuesday Asked why he is going to Yugo slavia Dulles smiled and said Ive never been to Yugoslavia He also plans to visit Vienna Nov 5 TWINS DIE MADISON Wis W Siamese twin girls born here early Sunday died Monday night Hospital at tendents said the babies had only one heart AP Wirephoto IKE FACES CAMERA FIRST Eisenhower Tuesday posed for photo graphs for the first time since his illness He was togged out in red pajamas decorated with the five stars of a general a rakish western tie and a Much Better Thanks in scription embroidered over his pocket Three Testify Against Myers DAVENPORT witness es have testified in tne Louis Rusty Myers murder trial that they saw him and Mrs Delores Lund together on Feb the day before her body was found on a road near Bettendorf One witness Anna Mugerdich ian related Monday that Eliz abeth Teahan fiance went his Bettendorf hotel room twice he night of Feb 28 and both imes returned sobbing The state also introduced into evidence a 25 caliber automatic ristol and slug which it contends killed Mrs Lund SEN McNAMARA Hopes GOP Attacks Labor Union Leaders WASHINGTON Sen McNamara DMich said Tuesday he lopes Republicans adopt a strategy of open attack oa labor union eaders because he believes Democrats wouldbenefit greatly in 1956 who keeps up his membership in the AFL Pipe Fitters Jnion said he doubts that top Republicans will follow the leadof Sen Joldwater of Arizona chairman lie Republican Senatorial Cam Committee in assailing union eaders I hope the Republicans do McNamara said in an interview We Democrats will benefit a great deal if they do But Im afraid responsible Republican lead ers are more likely to follow the ead of Gov Goodwin J Knight f California The labor vote isnt in the of the Democrats and ifi the Republicans make a strong id for labor support well have ur work cut out for us keeping abor on the Democratic side in ext years Knight said in a recent New fork speech that unless the Re ublicans next year can rally the abor and independent vote at racted by President Eisenhower in 1952 they could lose the White House for the next Goldwater has made it dear he ants the GOP to appeal to in dividual voters in labors ranks GOODWILL TOUR COLOMBO Ceylon mier Sir John Kotdawala left Tues day for Australia on a goodwill tour which also will include New Zealand and Thailand rJW FTI About SEVEN CONVICTED BERLIN JVSeven members of ommunist East Germanys Liber 1 Democratic Party have been Convicted of spying for the United tates and a West Berlin political arty it was announced Tuesday The Weather City Somewhatwarmer Iowa Fair and FiveDay Temperatures will average 36 degrees above nor mal Normal high 53 north to 58 south Normal low 32 northto 36 south Mild Wednesday cooler Thursday and wanner again over weekend Precipitation will average to inches in scattered showers Thursday and again over weekend Minnesota Cloudy warm Globe Gazette weatherdata up to 8 Tues day Maximum 50 Minimum 31 At 8 41 YEAR AGO Maximum 69 Minimum 46 President in Walking Steps Meets Press Eisen his first walkinj DENVER i hower took steps Tuesday since be suffered a heart attack a month ago The President walked several times between his bed and a nearby easy chair as part of the program of convalescence outline over the weekend by his doctors He also met photographers for the first time White House News Secretary James C Hagerty told newsmen the Presidents easy chair was moved over close to his bed The President then would stand un aided and walk a step or two un assisted turn around and sit for a while in the chair Then he would get up and take the one or two MILD steps back to his Medical Bulletin This progress was noted in a medical bulletin as the President awaited a conference with another Cabinetofficer Secretary of In terior McKay after Mondays ap proval of a program designed to reduce spotty unemployment in in dustrial communities frequently plagued by the problem The President sat up in the chair most of the morning He previously had stood unaided on a scale for weighing purposes but Tuesdays were the first unaided steps Real Action The President Monday gave his lessing to the program to reduce ndustrial unemployment in com munities which suffer periodical slumps after receiving a report hat the overall national economy s in excellent shape And on the international front he got a cheering prediction from Am bassador Henry Cabot Lodge Jr that the United Nations General Assembly1 may take some real action on the Eisenhower plan for exchange of military blueprints with for reciprocal aerial inspection Lodge is chief United States delegate to the U N 8 Perish in East Storms Quick Shift in Seasons By Vttitti The first cold wave of fall slammed into the East Tuesday with cyclonic winds and rains which killed at least six persons Farther west two Air Force of ficers were killed when their jet plane crashed during a blinding snow storm oa Michigans Upper Peninsula The smashup brought the weathercaused death eight The big cold front had swept across the nations midsection bringing the first killing frost of the season to the Midwest before it roared over the Appalachian Mountains Monday night Squall Lint A squall line formed stirring up jale force winds which ranged Irom 60 to 88 across New York state New Jersey Connecti cut Massachusetts and Pennsyl vania A Secaucus N woman was rilled when the wind hurled her down concrete steps Falling trees oiled men in Lawnside N and Madison County N J In upstate York three persons were tilled in car crashes on rain slicked highways Power lines were ripped away and roofs were torn off throughout the area In New York City the winds hit 80 and two wom en were hurt when a water tower appled on them from am office building roof Critp Weather TIL the cold fronts wake crisp ll weather spread from Texas to New England and from the north ern Great Lakes to Georgia At Chicago where the mercury iit 32 degrees early Tuesday it wat the coldest weather since March 30 Texas had its first severe norther of the season with the mercury slumping to 27 at Dal iart Snow fell from Michigan and Ohio to Pennsylvania and West Vir ginia Temperatures were in the 20s ini arts of Illinois and Michigan andi n the 30s and 40s in most sections from the Rocky Mountains to the tulf of Mexico coastline However temperatures were warming up rapidly in the Grea lains shooting from 41 to 73 Denver and from 44 to 69 at Bis marck N D More warming was expected Tuesday for wide areas f the Midwest Sports Bulletin CHICAGO injury to Sugar Ray Robin son hac postponed bout with champion Bobo from Nov 4 until Doe 9 tho Interna tional Boxing Club announced Tuesday OneTime Envoy in Accused of Helping Spies GlobeGazette photo by McCarthy HANDIWORK OF Burtness assistant manager of the Fertile Lumber looks over a safe battered open by thieves sometime Monday night The cul prits got in silverfrom the lumber company but left in bills and checks untouched in the safe The bur glary Avas discovered by Earl Miller an employe of the yard when he arrived at work Tuesday Heavy Run on Hog Market CHICAGO UP Hog prices dropped Tuesday to the lowest eyels in more than 11 years Farmers sent the biggest run of ogs to market in 10 months on le heels of anannouncement thai the government will buy surplus wrk and the big supply promptly ent prices lower Bidding was slow at Chicagos uge stockyards and the average rice of barrows and gilts dropped o the lowest level since June 1944 tfixed No 1 2 and 3 butcher hogs rom 190 to 280 pounds dropped o lowest since December 942 Shipments to the 12 major live ock centers totaled hogs eaviest run since last Jan 3 nd the big supply sent opening rices 50 cents per hundred ounds lower The heavy run discouraged bid ng and opening sales of 190 to iOpound barrows and gilts at iiicago were 50 cents lower at to The 11market supply compared vith at 12 markets a week go The Chicago Stockyards re eived hogs compared with a week ago IN MAYTAG DISPUTE fired Union Stewards to Get Hearing Later NEWTON Dye president of the striking Maytag loca of the CIO United Auto Workers Union Tuesday said three union stewards who have been suspended will be given a hearing later bj the union Executive Board The Executive Board which ordered the suspensions will decide whether to recommend that the three be suspended permanently I such a recommendation is Dye said it will be put to a vot of the entire union membership The three stewards suspended are Al Sprouse Colfax chairman of a group which favors a union vote on whether to accept or re ject a Maytag Co strike settle ment offer Rex Hall and Norman Ferber both of Newton and both members of the right to vote group that other union members of the right to vote group have Jjeen charged with con duct unbecoming a union member but have not been suspended from the union Dye disclosed Monday that Mrs Michael Revyuk Baltimore a sister of Fred Maytag has con tributed S500 to the union Mrs Revyuk formerly Elizabeth Maytag accompanied the contri bution with a telegram in which she said her brother Fred always had a guaranteed annual wage even when he was not She said she thought Maytag em ployes ought to have protection against layoffs A guaranteed an nual wage is one of the issues in the contract dispute which led to the strike SAME DATE19S45W BUck means traffic death la past 4 hoars Scions Not to Blame Says Defense Dept WASHINGTON Defense Department says not two indignant Democratic responsible for a specia plane flight to bring them home from Europe The Pentagon put out its public apology Monday not long after Sens MeClelian DArfc and Sten nis DMiss stepped off a regu larlyscheduled Military Air Trans port Service plane from Paris McClellan and Stennis bridled at reports they had demanded special xeatment Earlier the Defense Department had said it dispatched a 66passenger plane to pick up lie touring Senate Appropriations Committee members at Madrid ecause it didnt have regular transport from that area on the dates the senators wanted to re turn The said that at the request of Sen Chavez CDNMJ another Appro priations Committee member who lans to fly back from Europe Nov 3 a special flight planned to fetch him has been cancelled Charge by Laborite to Be Debated Say Philby Third Man LONDON Labor member of Parliament Tuesday accused a former member of the British Em bassy staff in Washington of tip ping off spies Guy Burgess and Donald MacLean that they wert under investigation Lt Col Marcus Lipton named Harold Philby former first secre tary of the embassy in Washington as being the third man in the case Burgess and MacLean high ranking British Foreign Office of ficials disappeared in May 1951 and are presumed behind the Iron Curtain A recent government white paper accused them of spy ing for lie Kremlin for many years Spy Shortly after Parliament recon vened from its twomonth summer recess Lipton tangled with Prime Minister Eden on the Red spy case Eden rejected a demand by the Laborite for the appointment special parliamentary committee to investigate the case The Prime Minister added r Fellow members of Parliament take the view that it is desirable to have a debate on this subject in which I personally as prime minister shall be glad to Burgess and MacLean disap peared while Herbert Morrison jvas foreign secretary in the old Labor government The case ex iended through Edens tenure as foreign secretary under former Prime Minister Churchill and also runs into the tenure of Harold Mac Hillan the present foreign secre tary Third Man The white paper had hinted vaguely at a third man in the case After Eden had spoken Lip ton carried out a threat he had nade a few days ago to name the person he said warned Burgess and MacLean The Laborite startled the House by addressing this remark to Iden Have you made up your mind o cover up at all costs the du ious third man activities of Mr Harold Philfay who was first sec of the Washington Embassy little while ago Are you determined to stifle all discussion of the very grave mat ers you have evaded in the vretched white paper which was an insult to the intelligence of the ouatry It could not be determined im mediately whether Philby still lolds a government post Lipton and another Laborite Norman Jodds claimed Saturday that bilby still is living in freedom nd new Pentagon statement The Pentagon apology backed up he senatorial versions saying Mc Clellan and Stennis are in no way responsible for the special flight and it is regretted that the inci Ottumwa Woman Killed in Eddyville Crash EDDYVTLLE UP Barbara fyatt Ottumwa was killed early uesday when her car went out f control and plowed into a creek ed off Iowa 137 Mahasfca County Coroner John ewman said Mrs Wyatt was irown out of the car and the ve dent caused embarrassment to thejhicle then rolled over on her She alone Republicans Relieved Over Bensons Proposal to Purchase Pork and Lard WORTHINGTON Minn members of the Seri Agriculture Committee meeting in the heart of Minnesotas corn hog and turkey area Tuesday were visibly relieved by Agriculture Secretary Ezra T Bensons decision to bolster sagging hog prices Bensons plan to buy 85 million dollars worth of surplus pork and lard will stop the slide and start prices said Sen Karl E Mundt They should have been buying 10 days or two weeks Sen Edward J Thye RMinn said He predicted the announcement would strengthen hog markets although he would not say the pur flbase program was H Tuesdays hearing here was the second in a monthlong fljing tour that will take the Senate committee through the Midwest West Southwest South and East in an effort to find out farmers want written into a new farm price support law Some 50 farmers were scheduled to testify before the committee leaves for DCS Moines Iowa where another hearing is set for Wednesday Six members of the Senate committee are in the man Allen J Ellender and Sens Hubert H Humphrey D Spcssard L Milton R Young Thye and Mundt The concern GOP members felt about the hog prices in a normally Republican Midwestern area was illustrated Monday before Bensons action was announced What are your farmers saying about hog a Republican senator was asked Theyre so mad theyre not even the senator replied Humphrey said Bensons decision to buy surplus pork is long He added it will be interesting to see what kind of a pro gram he enters he will really establish a Ellender said I just hope that enough can be purchased so as to stabilize Ihe Jake More newly elected chairman of the 13state Midwest Farm Conference which met at Des Moines over the weekend said Im glad to see Secretary Benson respond so quickly in taking action that should have been taken by his department many months I hope he will proceed without delay to take other Action to re lieve farmers who are in distressed financial More said E Howard Hill president of the Iowa Farm Bureau said Im glad theyre moving OH it This is a good But Fred Stover president of the Iowa Farmers Union called the move entirely too little and too ju
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