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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1955, Mason City, Iowa I North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBE E THE N E WS P APER TH A T MAKES ALL NORTH O W A N S N E IG H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 23 1955 This Paper Consists of One No 39 India Urges Compromise Over Algeria Passport Data Use Ruled Out FarReach ing Opinion Heard WASHINGTON WU S District Judge Luther W Youngclah has ruled out use by the Stale Depart ment of confidential information in passing upon passport applica tions Decisions of the departments passport office must be substan tiated by evidence contained in the Youngdahl said Tuesday in the most farreaching opinion on the subject so far from any Fed eral Court When the basis of action by any branch of the government remains hidden from scrutiny and beyond practical review the seeds of arbi trary and irresponsible govern ment are Youngdahl said More and more the courts hav become aware of the irreparabl damage which may be has been and is wrought by the secret in former and the faceless talebeare whose identity and testimony re mains locked in confidential Several Cases In several cases here in reccn months courts have said person denied passports are entitled to a quasijudicial but never said just what that meant Young dahl It means he said due process of Youngdahl ruled in a sui brought by Leonard B Boudin New York attorney who was ad vised that he was ineligible foi further passport facilities under passport regulation This regulation among other things rules out passports for Person who are members o theCommunist Party or who have recently terminated such member ship under circumstances as to warrant the other wise rebutted by the they continue to act in furtherance of the interests and under the disci pline of the Communist Not a Member Boudin once signed an affidavit saying he was not a member 01 the party or a person who had re cently terminated membership Fair play requires that Benson Appeals to Public for FARM PROBLEM CURE CLEVELAND of Agriculture Benson appealed fo the public Wednesday for ideas on how to help solve farm problems of overproduction surpluses and declining grower prices and income These problems appear likely to become major issues in next years election In a speech prepared for the annual convention of Jhe National Grange Benson promised that every letter will receive a personal reply and every suggestion will be considered except that the government return to high rigid price supports Some Democratic critics of the Eisenhower administration farm program urge restoration of the old support program Benson conceded however that flexible price BENSON feature of the administration nor and never will be enough to boost farm prices in the face of present sur Pluses He said nevertheless that such supports can be helpful and should be used one have the opportunity to challenge the basis of anc reasons for a denial under this section directly and Youngdahl said and added The right to a quasijudicial hearing must mean more than the right to permit an applicant to testify and present evidence It must include the right to know that the decision will be reached uponevidence of which he is aware and can refute Youngdahl ordered the State De partment to give Boudin a hear ing Avithin 20 days If it takes place it will be the first quasi ijuclicial pasport hearing ever con ducted under court order In several past cases the State Department issued passports thereby obviating the necessity for a hearing Thanksgiving to Be Chilly By The Associated Press The Weather Bureau forecast a rather chilly Thanksgiving Day for Iowa but said holiday travelers would have little or no snow to cope with The colder air which invaded northwest Iowa Tuesday covered the entire state by Wednesday morning The temperature dropped to 19 degrees at Sioux City Tuesday night Lows ranged upward to 31 at Davenport Even lower temper atures were predicted for Wednes day night when lows were ex pected to range from 8 to 18 above zero High around the state Tuesday ranged from 37 at Spencer to 65 at Burlington Read ings were expected to be in the 20s and low 30s Wednesday after noon The Weather Bureau said there was a possibility of light snow or snow flurries by Friday night from a storm center moving eastward toward the state it AP Wirephoto Dewey 57 lecturer and evangelist will stijnd trial Monday on a charge of embezzling from Grace Miller Ackley Widow He was indicted Tuesday by a Har din County grand jury Draft Board Replaced in Fayette Co WEST UNION Coun y has an entirely new Selective Service Board following resigna tion of the old board in protest against dismissal of Leon Layton West Union attorney as board sec retary In DCS Moines Col Ronald C who is procurement officer n Slate Selective Service heacl liiarlers said the Fayelte County 3rafl Board office will be located n the Civic Center Building at Oelwein after Dec 10 Layton had served as secretary o the board since 1940 His dis missal was described as in line yith a state policy favoring board secretaries who do not have other employment Laytons office had ierved as the board office Board members who resigned vere Earl R Alton Oelwein Ray West Union and Buford ttmbrell Hawkeye Named by Gov Leo Hoegh to ucceed them were N W Kilburn Vest Union Leonard G Wcslgatc and Samuel Mazziotti Oelwein Col Kehm said a successor to ayton had not yet been named He said a coordinator can be sent o Fayette County to perform the ecretarys functions if a need irises before a chosen new secretary is TRIP RUMORED LONDON UP The Daily Wail said Wednesday Prime Minis er Eden may go to the United States for private talks with Presi lent Eisenhower Plan State of Siege in Brazil RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil Congress moved Wednesday to ward a state of siege declaration to block any Supreme Court action reinstating Joao Cafe Filho as pres ident of Brazil There was every indication both houses would approve quickly th decree requested by provisiona President Nereum Ramos Th Senate and Chamber of Deputies by sizeable majorities Tuesday re jected Cafes bid to resume th presidency from which he took leave of absence Nov 8 after a slight heart attack Asks Decree After Congress barred Cafes re turn to power his attorneys pe titioned the Supreme Court for an injunction to restore him to office Ramos promptly countered wit his message asking the lawmaker to decree a state of siege This would nullify in advance any by the court supporting Safes claim A stale of siege frees the President Cabinet and Con ress from complying with any writ of habeas corpus or injunc tions the courts may issue House Arrest Cafe his disability from of ice extended until Congress takes urther action remained under vir ual house arrest with police anc roops surrounding his home anc lis phone cut off A special guarc also shielded Ramos in the presi dential palace determined fight agains Safes return to by he congressional majority and ugh army leaders under the strong man war minister Gen rlenrique Teixeira Torn their suspicions Cafe is plot ting with opponents of President elect Juscelino Kubitschek Con gressional and army leaders feared a coup to prevent Kubitschek po itical heir of the late President actulio Vargas from taking office next Jan 31 WHERE TO SHOP FOR MOM POP WHAT TO BUY FOR GAL OR GUY Gift shopping problems van ish when you turn to PICK A PRESENT on the classifiedpages This special giftcatalog is packed with todayfresh ideas on what to give anybody everybody clear through your list WATCH FOR THE PICK A PRESENT STARTING IN CLASSIFIED NOV 25 Minnesoran Dies After Accident North of LeMars SIOUX CITY UP LeRoy Davis 45 Worthington died Tuesday night in a hospital follow ng an auto accident two miles north of LeMars on Iowa 33 last Saturday Plymouth County Sheriff Frank Scholar said Davis was a passen gcr in a car driven by his brother also of Worthington He said the Davis car was trying to pass gravel truck when an auto driven by Emil Klav LeMars approached from the opposite direction The sheriff said the Davis car tried to take to the ditch and the Klav car struck it on Both vehicles were thrown to the ditch DAIRY STRIKE DAVENPORT 300 em ployes of Qiiad Cities dairies went on strike at midnight Tues day in a contract dispute SAME Russ to Buy Corn in State Visit Gets Approval WASHINGTON Barring a hitch in present plans five Russian farm leaders are expected in Iowa during the nest week to complete a deal for the purchase of abou a million dollars worth of hybric corn seed Officials announced Tuesday night that permission has been granted for a fiveman Soviet dele gation to enter the United States for this purpose The firm of Garst Thomas of loon Rapids Iowa through its President Roswell Garst recently made a deal abroad to sell ons of corn seed to Russia o Communist Romania and an un disclosed amount to Hungary Buy Machinery Garst while visiting these coun ties also suggested that the Rus sians be allowed to buy American arm machinery The Soviet delegation had re quested Nov 25 as its date of entry State Department officials said thai date is all right if the Russians can still make it They would be imited to a stay of less than 30 days in the United States Two weeks ago the State Depart ment turned down a request for a visit by a 10man Soviet dele gation as had been proposed by At that time Department Press Officer Lincoln White said no such big group would be admitted unless a similar U S delegation was as lured it could return the call and hat plenty of time was allowed for arrangements White however did not rule out a special visit by a smaller group or the express purpose of buying corn Bid Approved The U S Embassy at Moscow notified the Soviet Foreign Office Monday officials said that an ap licalion for a fivemember group o buy corn and machinery had been approved The five will constitute an offi cial delegation and as such they vill not have to undergo finger printing as required by immi gration law for all except official visitors The Russians have com Jlaincd that fingerprinting is only or criminals The total deal made by Garst or Russia and the satellite coun ries was for about million Garst had envisioned a larger joviet delegation similar to the one vhich made a nationwide tour of his country last summer He had proposed that they visit Iowa Nebraska Minnesota Wisconsin nd Illinois VISITS PERU LIMA Peru S Assist nt Secretary of State Henry F lolland arrived Tuesday for a two ay visit to Peru BOMB EXAMINEDT A Thompson Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation agent and Ames Police Chief Orville Erickson dismantle the homemade dynamite bomb found in an Iowa State College dormitory Impose Strict Security Rules at ISC After Bomb Scare AMES state and loca authorities pressed their search for the person who planted a dynamite bomb in a coed dormitory Iowa StateCollege officials Wednesdaj noon announced stringent new se curity regulations designed to pre vent any repetition of the incident Every possible precaution at our command Js being instituted Wartime Hero Is Back in Jail for Practicing Craft EDINBURGH Scotland A safecracker who turned Com mando to open Herman Goerings Luftwaffe headquarters safe dur ing World War 11 was back in prison Wednesday for practicing his craft in peacetime The skill that brought John Ramsey 50 the praise of Allied intelligence chiefs 10 years ago brought him a 10year prison sen tence here Tuesday Ramsey parachuted behind enemy lines many times to blast open safes and lift enemy war plans One of his victims was Goering the German air chief But it was a different story when the war hero was arrested for a 545 safe job in Glasgow He pleaded for leniency but the judge said from your conduct and history you cannot be trusted to abstain from by Iowa State College officials t prevent recurrence of any inciden similar to Monday mornings bom planting at Elm Presiden James H Hilton announced R W Nebergall chief of th Iowa Bureau of Criminal Invest gation said he does not expect final analysis of the bomb and tin extent of its lethal qualities to b lompleted until Thursday Ames police said Wednesdaj noon the investigation continues and no arrests had been made Everyone who might have informa ion which would aid the investiga lion was being questioned The college announced it hac taken five specific steps to pro vide additional campus security as Million Suit Filed by Hoxey DALLAS Tex M Hoxey former lowan who K owner of the Hoxey Cancer Clinic Tuesday asked 10 million damages in a suit filed against the American Medical Association anc itate medical examiners The District Court suit alleges he medical profession since 193b lad pursued a relentless course or ridicule and persecution ngainst Hoxey It also cites action by the Jtate Board of Medical Examiners n revoking the licenses of seven loctors of the clinic ias been appealed The action NEW FARMERS UNIONSeveral faces among the organizing committees ofAthenew to most residents of the state to right Hervey Hazen Des Homes former state PMA chairman A J Loveland Janes WilHam McArthur Mason City S former PMA field man and James Groghan a result of the bomb incident These are 1 The night watch in the dor mitory area has been doubled cars in the area are be ing checked and license numbers taken on an around the 3 A lighting program in the way prior to the being speeded up 4 The daytime campus police brce largely used for traffic con rol has been instructed to be alert or and report promptly any un usual incidents 5 House mothers and janitors n dormitories have been instruct d to call Ames police immediatc y at any indication of a disturb of any kind in the dormitory irea Five night watchmen are em ployed by the college between 8 and 5 and they cover egular time clock routes which ake them to all campus buikl ngs There is such a time clock itation at the rear of Elm Hall vhere Arthur Larson dormitory anitor dismantled the bomb early Monday Additional security watchmen now have been added They will lot follow regular routes They nrposely will move on an un cheduled basis so that no one can be sure as to the timing of their ppcarances Classes were dismissed at noon Vedncsday in accordance with he normal schedule for a Thanks jiving holiday which lasts until Hope to Break Up Deadlock Want French Group Back UNITED NATIONS India Wednesday urged the Arab nations to accept a compromise which would eliminate debate on the touchy Algerian question and bring France back into the General Assembly Informed sources said that if agreement was reached a resolu tion proposing that the assembly will not proceed with the Al gerian item would be put before an afternoon meeting of the main po litical committee Resumes Work The 12nation Disarmament Commission resumes work oh the worlds arms reduction problems left deadlocked by the Big Four foreign ministers at Geneva France requested the meeting for the commission to consider its annual report to the General As sembly French Delegate Jules Moch was the only speaker sched uled for the Btg Four powers France although taking part in disarmament proceedings walked out of the General Assembly last Sept 30 when it voted 2827 to tie bate Algerian problems which France considers its own domestic problems Main Body Indian Delegate V k Krishna Menon was reported to have in itiated a resolution to be put be fore the main political committee which would remove the Algerian item from the General Assemblys agenda and open the way for the return of France French Ambassador Herve Al phand was reported to have told Krishna Menon that his govern ment would agree in principle with the resolution and return to the assembly if it were adopted Krishna Menon conferred with Arab delegates Tuesday but full agreement on the measure was not reached Tonclay morning Dormitory facili ies are provided however for Indents on campus College officials said regular pro eelure at dormitories is for the ouse mother to lock the front door1 t curfew lime The janitor at each lorm locks other doors except hose leading to fire escapes The ntter have panic bolts which arc necked by the house mother or y student advisors on each floor Officials still had no announce nent Wednesday as to the motive r means by which the perpetrator f the Elm ITafl bomb incident arried out his act Woodburn Driver Killed in Crash West of Lakota LAKOTA John T Exley 61 Vootlburn was killed Tuesday n the car in which he was rid ng crashed into a ditch on 169 bout a half mile west of here Sheriff Ralph Lindhart said the river of the car Antonio Pachcco es Moines started to pass a ruck but saw another approach ng and apparently lost control of is car trying to avoid the trucks Pachcco was hospitalized at uffalo Center wilh a possible skull tii re f French Fight Supporters of Ben Youssef RABAT Morocco troops and planes Wednesday battled extreme nationalists who sought to punish residents of two mountain villages for not celebrat ing the return of Sutlan Sidi Mo hammed ben Youssef Heavy casualties were reported in the fighting Reports said truck loads of young nationalists de scended on the small villages and that the French Air Force sent out Vampire jet fighters from bases at Meknes and Kourrigba to break up the punitive expedition Tension was high all over Moroc co as the sultan sought to form a representative government to re store order In the big port city of Casa blanca a Moroccans car was overturned outside the municipal cemetery and the owner was burned alive inside the vehicle French soldiers were posted at all entrances to the citys Euro pean quarter in a move to prevent a native invasion The Weather Mason City Fair and colder with diminishing winds Wednesday night low 510 Thursday fair and unseasonably cold high near 30 owa Strong northwesterly winds diminishing Wednesday night Partly cloudy and quite cold Thursday Low Wednesday night 818 Minnesota Clearing and colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wed nesday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precip 41 20 20 01 YEAR AGO Maximum 4K Minftnum 29 WINDV
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