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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited COT Ihe Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGH B O R S HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1955 This Paper Consists ol Two One No ectons in State Run Hot Nation to Hear Ike on Friday Plans Two Brief Talks DENVER MI President Eisen hower will leave here for Wash ington at 10 CST Friday af ter a brief television and radio talk to the nation from Lowry Air Field where he will take off on the Columbine 111 The Denver While House also announced the Presidents doctors will discontinue the release of med ical bulletins whan Eisenhower checks out of Fitzsiinons Army Hospital for his flight east In addition to his talk at the ail field here the President is ex pected to speak briefly at the MATS terminal in Washington where he is due sometime between 2 and CST Friday Walks up Steps A medical bulletin Tuesday dis closed that the President again walked up and down a flight of 10 steps leading from the eighth floor of the hospital where he has his room to the ninth floor He did this three times Tuesday morning and planned to repeal the process three more times Tuesday after noon This he did in rehearsal for his departure when he will walk to his plane and up the ramp leading into the White House ship As he reached the top of each flight the President rested briefly before go ing down the steps In announcing that medical bul letins will be discontinued as of Friday James C Hagerty presi dential press secretary said that the Presidents progress from his heart attack had been such that the doctors do not consider routine bulletins will be necessary any Russia Brushes Aside Protest by Dulles on Arms Shipments WASHINGTON UftRussia is reported to have brushed aside a strong protest by Secretary of State Dulles against Communist ship ments of big quantites of weapons to Egypt Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov is understood to have made clear hat his government will do nothing to stop the flow of Com munist tanks jet fighters and artillery already under way to Egypt Egypl is paying for them with colton and rice an AVrast a doxcn ships carrying the first of som 80 million dollars worth of weapons are reported to have unloadei their cargoes at Egyptian ports often at night As a result neighboring Israel has also sought new arms supplie contending as does Egypt that they are needed for defense Diplomatic officials said Molotov made known his governments re fusal to interfere during a talk on Middle Eastern problems with Did les at Geneva Monday FREEDOM W Toth Pittsburgh former more The President will return to Washington to a welcome ceremo ny now being arranged there Ha gcrty said that the Presidents doc tors had absolutely no objections to crowds being in the streets to welcome Eisenhower back to the Capitol City where he will remain until Monday before going on to Gettysburg Plastic Top In Washington the President will ride to the White House in what Hagerty called a bubble top lim car with a transparent plastic canopy which will enable him to be seen by the crowds as he rides with Mrs Eisenhower and their son Maj John Eisenhower Hagerty said he was vague about the exact time of the Presidents arrival in Washington because the Columbine will be flying into Ihe wind on the trip Mrs Eisenhower does not like to fly at unusually high altitudes and no attempt will be made to establish any speed records The major TV and radio net works are planning live cover age of the Presidents remarks at Denver and Washington The White House made no imme diate announcement on the nature of the chief executives projected remarks but indications are he will express personal thanks for the many gel well messages re ceived from all over the world and for the prayers offered for his re covery iVkAUCfl Air Force sergeant Tuesday smiles as he holds a copy of a story telling of a court rulingthat he cannot be tried by the military for slaying a South Korean With him are his mother left and his wife Shirley BY COURT RULING Armys Grip on ExGIs Loosened WASHINGTON Supreme Courts decision freeing Robert Toth from military courtmarlial has loosened the Armys grip on at least five discharged former Korean War prisoners it has wanted to try on collaboration chgrges Three of them who firsl chose to stay with the Communists and later decided to return lo Ihis country may learn quickly whether the Armys grip is broken entirely In San Francisco Federal Judge Louis E Goodman said he rule on their petition for a writ of habeas corpus Toth is the former Air Force sergeant who was honorably dis charged in 1952 then arrested while at work in Pittsburgh the following year and returned to Ko rea to face courtmartial charges in the slaying of a South Korean civilian The Supreme Court freed him Monday saying in a 63 decision that former service men carinoi be subjected to military trial foi crimes committed while in service The Provision Voided court said Congress ex Warm Farewell Indications are too the Presi dent will get a warm farewell from the people of Denver when he Irav els from the hospital to Lowry Air Force Base Friday a warm welcome home when he arrives in Washington There is a good deal of informa tion available about the going home ceremonies but still none at all on the big political question of the 1956 plans Peron Seeks Small House in Panama PANAMA Argen tine dictator Juan D Peron Tues day began looking for a small home in Panama so he can settle down in exile and finish writing his life story Peron postponed for business a short courtesy visit he had planned to Nicaragua his or iginal destination when he left Paraguay ceeded its authority in enacting legislation to subject civilians to rial by courtmartial It voider that provision which Congress hac included in a 1950 revision of the Code of Military Justice The Army delayed a final de cision on disposition of five cases it has pending but officials con ceded they are based largely on the provision voided by Ihe Su preme Court Judge Goodman promised his ruling in Ihe case of three turn coats Otho G Bell of Hillsboro and Olympia Wil liam A Cowart of Dalton and Lewis W Griggs of Jackson ville Tex Dishonorably discharged after they remained with the Commu nists they were taken into military custody on their return to this country last July 29 Formal charges have since been filed and all three are held at Ft Baker near San Francisco lowan on LisJ The Army also has on its pend ing lisl the case of Edward C Kirby Council Bluffs Iowa a for mer corporal concerning whom charges of collaboration arc being invesligaled Kirby is nol in con finement The other pending case involves Pvt John D Martin Tulelakc whom the same Judge Good man ordered released on a writ of habeas corpus Sept 2 Martin was honorably discharged on Aug 3 1953 Twentyfour hours later he voluntarily reenlisted and on Aug 8 the Army brought collaboration charges against him The court in San Francisco held that he could not be arrested and tried during a second enlistment for alleged offenses committed during his first duty tour because there had been a gap of one day between enlistments when he was legally a civilian No Requestfor Probe of Kyer Stevens Says JEFFERSON Wi Rep Henry Stevens chairman of the Iowa Legislative Interim Committee said Tuesday he has had no request for a committee probe of a controversy involving Dr Donald JCyer superintendent of the Independence State Mental Health Institute We dont intend to get into the matter of Dr Kyers reported res Stevens said unless we are asked to or some members of the committee petition for an investigation The committee has taken a handsoff position in the matter It is an administrative affair and I dont believe it is within ouri Sen Frank Byers R Cedar Rapids and Kep Andrew From melt DDubuque had been quoted earlier on the situalion Byers said he believes the committee will want to make some kind of in quiry Frommelt said he favors a committee investigation Henry Burma chairman of the supervising State Board of Control conlends Dr Kyer has resigned Dr Kyer denies he did so But reliable reports are that Dr Kyer is scheduled lo be off the state payroll as of Dec 4 Stevens said word GM Should Be Broken Up Quinn WASHINGTON UP A foi mer big business executive told Congress Tuesday it should sharply restrict and even break up General Motors and other corporations Theodore K Quinn New York a former vice president of Gen eral Electric said the gov ernment should stunt the growth of corporate giants He made the statement in testimony pre pared for the opening session of Senate Monopoly subcommit tee hearings on General Motors The hearings will last four weeks Quinn proposed setting a limit of perhaps 100 million dollars on the net worth of a corporation Firms larger than that would incur increased income tax rates and would not be allowed to ab sorb other companies Their of ficers and directors coul not serve other companies The giant firms would be required to pub lish profit and loss statements and balance sheets for each de partment yearly He said a firm could remove itself from this class and the at tendant special penalties by breaking up into smaller com panies General Motors is the nations largest manufacturer with an nual net sales of 10 billion dol lars annual net profits of one bil lion dollars and a total worth of five billion dollars the subcom mittee said Quinn charged that mere size in a corporation is a world of mice cats are evil any active giant is evil per se in a land where it is sought to preserve life liberty and oppor tunity for the ordinary individ Worker Injured on Clarion Form Dies WEBSTER CITY W Funeral services were scheduled for Tues day afternoon for Charles Melvin 28 who died Saturday of injuries suffered Oct 30 in a farm acci dent Melvin suffered a crushed chest when pinned under a tractor while working at the farm of his grandmother near Clarion rAII About The Weather coming to him was that there was an argu ment between Dr Kyer and the board that Dr Kyer heatedly re signed verbally and that the board immediately accepted the resigna tion Also Stevens said the committee visited the institution about a month ago it was a rou tine matter He said Dr Kyer Sen Don Risk RIndepcndcncc and he had a visit and that Risk said he was no longer interested in the matter Iowa Falls Lawyer John F Wirds Dies IOWA FALLS F Wirds 66 Iowa Falls attorney died early Tuesday in a Rochester hospital of a heart ailment Survivors include his widow and hrce Mason City Mostly fair and cold Tuesday night low 2428 Wednes day partly cloudy and warmer high 5258 Iowa Fair west clearing cast not so cold northwest Tuesday night Wednesday fair and warmer Low Tuesday night 25 northeast 3035 southwest Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 5 degrees below nor mal Wednesday through Sunday Normal high temperatures are 46 north to 52 south Normal lows arc 27 to 31 Warmer Wednes day turning colder again Thurs day through Saturday warming on Sunday Little or no precipi tation indicated Minnesota Not so cold Globe Gazette weather data up f WARMER to 8 day Maximum Minimum At 8 Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Tues 28 25 26 Tr 68 35 West Bid Rejected by Russ GENEVA M Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov Tuesday flatly and completely rejectee Western proposals for the unifica tion of East and West Germany through free elections In a lengthy statement at the Big Four foreign ministers conference after weekend consultations in Mos cow Molotov showed not the slight est evidence of a softening Sovie policy on Germany in any respect His stand was obviously a sharp disappointment to the three West ern foreign ministers who hav pent many days in argument with him here No Guarantee There was no guarantee how ever that this was Molotovs las word on the subject nor that ii fact he does not intend to submi some new approach to the dead locked German reunification issue French Foreign Minister Pinaj told Molotov in the meeting tha Germany should be free to decide after she reunites whether to join the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion or for that matter the War saw Eastern European bloc He contended there are safe guards in NATO against unbridled German rearmament and he sug gested that similar safeguards should be contained in the Warsaw pact British Foreign Secretary Harold MacMillan who followed 3inay in the order of business for the day supported him Three Points Molotov then took the floor for about an hour reiterating his ob ections to the Western plan for re mifying Germany Both Pinay and MacMillan met hree Soviet objections with these Joints 1 To Ihe Russian complaint that he Western security treaty based German unity contained no real guarantees for Germanys neigh bors they said that this section was deliberately left vague in order to provide room for negotiation 2 To the Russian charge that re inified Germany would have to om NATO they said this is not a equirement The Western treaty ontains a means of providing se urily for the staled fears of the Russians by the very fact that Ger many would be inside NATO they dried 3 To the Soviet declaration that Germany might break her word he West answered that both the ecurity treaty and NATO contain uarantees of protection against ha I Farm Home Bums Down at Kensett James Medlang arm home three miles west and nc mile north of here burned to he ground Monday night Thc ledlang family which includes our children was not at home hen the blaze was discovered Passersby saw smoke and flames oming from the kitchen of the ome and drove to the next farm ouse where they called the Ken ett fire department Thc North vood department was called in Iso and firemen from thc two owns battled the blaze in thc high vind and managed lo keep it from preading to other buildings on the arm Firemen saved some of the furni ire from the downstairs rooms f thc house but thc remainder of contents was destroyed CLOSE Kaplan a social worker at Phila delphia s Holmesburg Prison shows cuts on his neck he received Monday when an inmate held a razor against his throat two hours Kaplan managed to escape when guards wounded his abductor Charles Savage 54 DEADLOCK REMAINS U N Fails Again to Fill Vacancy UNITED NATIONS WIThe General Assembly ra into its longest election deadlock Tuesday when 21 ballots failed t decide the YugoslavPhilippine contest for a Security Council seal With neither candidate able to make any substantial gain the as sembly finally suspended further voting for two weeks to permit com promise efforts behind the scenes On the 19th seventh pulled aheac of the Philippines for the first time by one vote but still was far shori of the required twothirds major ity The vote was Yugoslavia 26 Philippines 25 Bolivia l Burnu United Orders Close Watch Over Freight DENVER Air Lines employes are operating under an order to executive vigilance on air freight as a result of the crash near Longmont which offi cials now say was caused by a bomblike A UAL official said Tuesday all United stations have received an order reminding freight handlers o use special caution The spokes man added however that vigi ance is supposed to be a routine natter in the freight James N Peyton chief of the Civil Aeronautics Boards investi gation division said Monday night hat the rear luggage hold of the DC6B plane which crashed Nov J vith the loss of 44 lives was shat cred by the explosion He said it appeared thai some hing foreign had exploded lushing the sidewalls of the lug age compartment out and splin ering the floor The wreckage of the plane scat ered over three square miles of eel fields and pasture has been ecovered and placed in a hangar t Staplelon Air Field here where t is being reconstructed into a nodel of the original airliner A small part of the wreckage long with some clothing and bag age is being examined in the BI laboratory in Washington Peyton said the cause of the cx losion has not yet been deter nined and he denied rumors that races of nitroglycerin had been ound on the clothing or effects f the victims Soviets Take Down Iron Curtain at Gala Party WASHINGTON h e Soviet Imbassy took down the Iron Cur ain and unrolled the red velvet arpet at a party Monday ccle rating the 38th anniversary of the evolution that brought the Bol heviks to power Something like a thousand pcr ons attended the reception and onsumcd stocks of food laid out n a huge buffet Four bars were ept busy and attendants reported hat scotch and soda ran a nipand nek popularity race with vodka Turnouts Hinge on ssues Annexations in Majority By The Associated Presi Biennial municipal1 elections vere in progress throughout Iowa uesday and relatively routine bal otings at many points were in harp contrast to lively local fights n other areas Special issues such as annexa ions are expected to swell the urnout of voters in some cities At Cedar Rapids a proposal to annex 12V2 square miles of county and south and west of the present ity line has both supporters and ipponents Both sides concede that he outcome probably will have a onsiderable effect on the citys fu ure size for a long time to come Beaver Island Clinton also has a controversial annexation proposal Most of the liscussion centers around Beaver sland and a two and onehalf mile quare area south of Harts Mill Road The City Plan Commission ind Clinton Development both support annexation as necessary o Clintons industrial growth The it i z ens Taxpayers Association which heads the antiannexation bloc contends most new industries prefer to locate outside the city limits The city manager plan is a fac tor in hot election contests in Iowa City and bes Moines At Iowa City the CouncilMan ager Association is supporting George P Dvorsk3 Louis Loria and Prof Philip E Martin Prof Thomas Farrell president of the CM A has urged Iowa Citians who favor keeping the city man ager system to support the three candidates An opposing group endorsed by the NonPartisan Tax payers League is made up of Lee Bloclgett Lee Chopck and Glenn Meeks The contest for two City Council posts in Des Moinesis flavored by a split in labors ranks The Good overnment Association which yas instrumental in bringing about city manager government in Des VIoines has been joined by the IO in supporting Harold Teaohout incl Mrs Jack Cleveland for the svo council vacancies Conley Endorsed The AFL in DCS Moines how ver has endorsed Robert Conley nd Frank McGowan for the coun il A number of AFL building racles locals announced their nembers were staying away from icir jobs Tuesday so they could mrk for Conley and McGowan Three council seats are to be illed in Mason City with the ques ion of annexation of an area ad accnl to the present city limits the only other question to be decided At Waterloo Mayor Pat Touchae heads a siate of six incumbent councilman Ernest J Secmann a perennial candidate for public of fice is opposing the Touchae slate 1 and Liberia 1 The previous record was set in 1951 when Greece won over White Russia on the 19th ballot The Americansupported Philip pines swung back into the lead on thc 20lh ballot with 2 votes to 27 for latter has the backing of the Soviet bloc and thc British Commonwealth countries The assembly Tuesday resumed its voting after a 12day recess in which efforts were made to re solve the stalemate The ROnation body previously had taken 12 bal lots without decisive results On the 13th first Tues Philippines received 30 votes and Yugoslavia 28 To be elected a country must receive two thirds of all thc votes cast Thc voting indicated thai an Americanbacked compromise plan had failed to win significant sup port The United States which con tends Asia should have fuller conn amm cil representation announced itsjwilh one lists him as con support for a compromise calling tender for the mayoralty along for election of the Philippines this S1X contestants for places on year and Yugoslavia in 1957 This thc council would set up a system for giving One of the seat to Asia and East EuropclCedar on an alternate basis j Columbia earlier Jorl maneuvering lo strike from Ihei i uiaucvi in a agcnd thc Algerian question which caused France to walk out of the keenest contests in is for the a year mayoralty vacancy to which Jim iMeaghan baseball executive were nom primary race At Ollumwa two incumbents j ut uui ut Ulc r i i world parliament Sept 30 The po1 L rosslcr anfl Guy Day are itical committee by a 590 vote by Al Martin and Robert ipproved creation of a 15natioti fanner Day a businessman is committee to conduct a worldwide by the South Qttumwa Boosters nnrl ntnpr Thn survey of the human hazards of atomic radiation It defeated a Russian attempt to Roosters and others The Ottumwa Good Government Assn gave Day and Crossley indirect support by expressing public appreciation gain a plnce for Red China and oT the council rr Bclcouncilmanager government two years ago adding Argentina ium and Egypt to its original list Barbara Hutton Takes Her Sixth Husband PARIS Uf Dime store heiress Barbara Hutton 12 slipped out to suburban Versailles Tuesday and married her sixth husband 46 former German tennis tar Baron Gottfried von Cramm hoy were married before only uu witnesses in a simple civil eromony at the Oily Hall SAME means irafrlo death la t hours   

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