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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 28, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEW SPAPER THAT MAKES MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY NOVEMBER 28 1955 ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION Seven Cents a Copy This Paper Consists of Two Protests New Incident No 43 in Berli IKE TO RUN IF ABLE Hall States GETTYSBURG Pa MRepubli can Chairman Leonard Hail said Monday after a meeting with President Eisenhower he now be lieves Eisenhower will seek a sccv ond term if he feels he is Hall met reporters after holding with the Chief Executive the first allout political conference Eisen hower has had since his Sent 24 heart attack The national chairman said Eis enhowers second term plans were not discussed as a specific situa tion at their 45minutc meeting but he added he felt very much encouraged as a r e s u1 t of the meeting I feel better about it the Presi dents running after the meeting Hall said The Republican chairman came here this morning to give Eisen hower a rundown on Hall said he expected much to depend on late January physical examinations which are supposed to show whether Eisenhowers re covery from his heart attack is complete Hall said Eisenhower made no promises about running again He didnt say yes and he didnt sav One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlofaeGaxette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAl Oulncy UiO Sunday KOLO W01 ARIM Thursday WSVJI luwa City U10 Saturda Lets Beware of Tricky Slogans T trust that developments of the past few weeks have had the effect of rousing Americans from their dream The Spirit of Ge neva has shown itself to be a typical Kremlin counterfeit That should serve as a warning to those who have been enchanted by that other euphonious combination of words peaceful coexistence The greatest mistake weve made diplomatically within my lifetime has been in assuming hon or or honesty or even decent motives in those who speak for that phoniest and most despicable philosophy ever conceived in the mind of man Communism Ifbegan back in 1933 when we reversed our previous policy and gave recognition ruled Russia It manifested itself again during World War II when we buddied up to the Communists closer than we needed to do In this I should admit in candor I was sucked in as much as anybody in our gov ernment Our sucker role which had re vealed itself at Tehran Yalta and Pottsdam reappeared at San Francisco We made the unbeliev able mistake of believing Molotov when he professed to be for peace in our world A Watered Down As a result of our naivete on that occasion we got a wateredclown United Nations wholly incapable of carrying out the central purpose of the Charter The organizations primary purpose for being was to prevent wars At least one war has been waged against it self Thats how sadly inadequate has proved itself to be During the war and after its for mal end he Chinese Communists under orders from Moscow were undermining Chiang Kaishek and the cause of freedom The gener alissimo had to fight two enemies Japanese as an external ag gressor and the Communists as homegrown traitors The latter proved more formidable Thats why Chiang is shored up today on his Formosa bastion All the while we were hearing about Chinas agrarian reform The enemies of the National ist Government werent Commu nists at all they were just simple farm people dissatisfied with their lot That was the story And we DR DONALD KYER Two Primary Questions in Kyer Hearing State Committee Opens Its Probe DES MOINES WVTwo primary imis policy and questions are to be submitted to to Communist the Iowa Legislative Interim Com mittee for decision at a hearing which opened Monday afternoon They are Did Dr Donald Kyer resign as superintendent of the Independence State Mental Health Institute The State Board of Control con tends he did Dr Kyer declares he didnt and further that he has no intention of doing so Is Dr Kyer relieved of his du ties at the institute effective Dec 4 The board says the resigna tion was made effective then Dr Kyers answer to that is the same as to the first question No Indication Another question is whether the hearing will be open to newsmen There has however been ho indi cation that it wont So far as could be determined in advance the committee had not decided nor faced that question A fourth question raised by some committee members and also as yet unanswered is whether the committee has the authority to ac in the situation The situation stems from com plaints from some former cm say Bui Hall offered as his person al opinion the comment that I think he will run if he feels hes Hall said the President demon strated in their talk that he has kept in close touch with political affairs during his illness He said Eisenhower has a continuing in terest that goes beyond today or While Hall breakfasted with Ha gerty the President met with Sec retary of Labor James F Mitchell on what White House described as routin departmental mat ters Test of Strength The meeting with Mitchell had political overtones too with the merging AFL and CIO set to test their strength in next years elec tions The main question though was Eisenhowers personal whether he felt fit enough to ac cept renomination and whether he was willing to do so even if he did GOP hopes were growing that he would Eisenhowers steppedup activities in recent days his ap pearance of physical wellbeing and the consistently favorable medical reports of his doctors gave reason for the Presidents party to cross its fingers at least Done Enough On the other hand there was the virtual certainty that some Eisen hower intimates above all Mrs Eisenhower have been telling him hes done enough for his party and his country and the time has come to step aside for somebody with out a heart attack in the back ground In New Orleans for a conven ion Edgar Eisenhower said these three factors would determine the Presidents secondterm plans 1 What the doctors tell 2 What Mamie Mrs Eisenhow er feels about 3 What the foreign situation ALL FOGGED UP Donn White Clear Lake Monday tound things all fogged up when he arrived for work in Mason City Subzero temperatures made short work of coating the lenses of his that thou sands oi other North lowans also found out when they stepped m from the cold State Locked in Grips of SubZero Cold Air From Our Wire Services Strong northerly winds pushed very cold arctic ajr into Iowa dropping temperatures to near or below zero in all sections by Monday morning The strong winds anfl the fact the core of the arctic air moved over Minnesota and Wisconsin prevented temperatures from falling even lower Low readings early Monday ranged from three below zero at Lone Rock and Spirit Lake fell for it as more recently weve fallen for such slick phrases as Spirit of Geneva and peaceful Goals Unchanged The true character of Commu nism iswrilten in letters large enough to be seen with the naked eye a mile away The words in Das the Kari Marx book froiTMvhich the Russian version is adapted arc so plain that they be misunderstood by any body in the upper twothirds of a second grade class in our public schools Lenin repeated those Karl Marx ideas in word throwing in some of the worst features of the ancient Russian imperialism Stalin went on from where Lenin left off Never by word or deed did he deviate from the single goal iloyes of the institute that Dr Kyci has discharged them without cnuse and that he enforced an iror The board held a hearing on the situation last September After ward one of the board members said the board was very satis fied with Dr Kyer Later the pur ported announced belatedly by the board Verbal Hassle Rep Henry Stevens Jefferson chairman of the committee of 1C of Communism domination Thats world la the present situation the only CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 legislators said recently the ver sion he received was that the board and Dr Kyer got into a verbal hassle Dr Kyer said he would re sign and the board immediately accepted it A committee of institution divi sion heads took up the matter with the committee al its last meeting After a heated closed session the committee announced it had voted 6 lo 2 to hold a public hearing in Des Moines Monday Sibiey Woman Is Victim of Blaze SIBLEY C B Mor rison 78 was killed Sunday night in a fire which destroyed the C B Morrison Warehouse building Authorities said she apparently died of suffocation Mrs Morrison a widow had living quarters in the building Judge Upholds State View in Hospital Case DES MOINES Polk County District Judge C Edwin Moore ruled Monday that it is illegal for Iowa hospitals to employ medical specialists and charge patients for their services The ruling based on evidence received during the 13week trial of the hospitalphysician lawsuit generally upholds the contentions of Iowas attorney general and of the Iowa State Medical Society The suit was filed by the Iowa Hospital Association and 34 mem ber hospitals as a court test of 1054 attorney generals opinion that hospitals hiring such medical spe cialists as pathologists and radiolo gists and billing patients for their services are practicing medicine illegally Attorneys for the Iowa HospHa Assn said Monday Judge Moores decision almost certainly will be appealed to the Iowa Supreme Court The ruling has national impor tance for hospitals and medical spe cialists In effect it condemns a relationship thai has existed be tween the hospitals and doctors for 0 years In most instances radiologists and pathologists today work in hos pitals on a salary or percentage wsis Hospitals usually bill pa tients for the services of these six above at Lamoni Burlingto and Ottumwa It was 2 al Maso City The bureau offered little hope o immediate relief from the unsea sonably cold weather Strong north west winds were expected to con tinueMonday and over most of the state Monday night Lows of zero to 10 above were predicted for Tuesday morning A slight warming trend was expectec Tuesday when temperatures were due to crest in the 20s The cold wave actually had in its grip an area bordered by the Rock ies the Canadian border and the Gulf Coast Cold wave warnings were posted for Virginia West Vir ginia Ohio Kentucky Tennessee New York Slate and Pennsylvania Gusty winds and quickfreezing snow accompanied the cold snap in the midwest slowing traffic to an agonizing crawl in Northern Michigan and causing close to 000 auto accidents in Chicago Two miles of cars lined up for ferries in three and a half inches of snow at the Straits of Mackinac in Michigan State police reported that it took from four to five hours to drive the 65 miles from New Buffalo to Chicago Prenris Farm Home Destroyed by Fire MOUNT AYR Mon day destroyed the farm home of State Sen X T Prentis RMount Ayr just east of here Prentis was at DCS Moines at the time Shorty Gets 2nd Chance at Exposition CHICAGO steer with a bad cold Monday carried the hopes of a pretty teenage girl in compe tition with some of the finest cattle n the nation at the International livestock Exposition The steer Shorty is owned jy 17yearold Janice Hullinger Manly Iowa winner of the 1954 grand championship Shorty caught last week and couldnt compete in the junior competition where the steer originally was en erecl But Sunday show officials de cided to allow Janice to enter her nimal for the grand championship inyway The judging which be jan Monday will include a top leer raised by another teenager fiyearold Nancy Turner from icar Champaign III Nancy won the junior grand hampiotiship Saturday with her SGpottnd Aberdeen Angus Jul In pasl years the junior rand champion often has gone on o win the shows greatest prize he grand championship Last ears champion S h o r t y I rought Janice In Mondays judging a Shorthorn ummer yearling owned by Byron reiman Garner Iowa placed econd in its division Court in Request by Dewey No Appearance by Stinson ELDORA Ml Motions to se aside the four indictments returnee against him in the alleged swindl of an Ackley widow were filed 01 behalf of George B Dewey 57 yearold lecturer when he ap peared in Ditsrict Court here Mon day for arraignment Judge G R Hill took the mo lions under advisement and wil rule on them later following ora arguments Dewey is charged in three indict inents with having embezzled 000 while acting as agent for Mrs Grace Potter widow The Miller fourth 77yearold indictmen charges Dewey conspired witl Keith J Stinson 33 county attor ney of Franklin County to injure Mrs Millers property rights Stinson of Hampton also chaiged with conspiracy He did not appear as scheduled Monday morning for arraignment Stinson is charged with assisting Dewey as an attorney in some mortgage involving and land transactions Mrs Miller Stinson serving his second tertr as county attorney had not shown up at his office since the charge was brought last week The tele phone at his home has not been answered He is free on bond Hasnt Resigned E A Fredericks member of th Franklin County board of super visors has revealed that Stinson had not submitted a resignation and that Stinson had not asked tha a temporary county attorneybe named Fredericks also said in response to a question that there appears to be nothing for the supervisors to consider in connection with Stin sons status at this time Secret indictments charging Stinson and Dewey with conspira cy were returned last Tuesday by the Harclin County grand jury These indictments were not made public until late Friday after bond had been posted for Stinson Three Charges The same grand jury also indict ed Dewey on three charges of em bezzlement by agent These indict ments charged he embezzled a total of from Mrs Miller in three instances between Dec 1 1954 and Jan 27 1955 The conspiracy charge against County Attorney Stinson alleges that he assisted Dewey in two mortgage transactions of each and in conveyance of a 320 acre Franklin County in volving property of Mrs Miller Dcwcy has said he received about in money and prop crty from Mrs Miller but he con tends she voluntarily turned the money over to him for investment purposes and for other reasons At his home in Nevada Iowa K J STINSON of Accused 6 lowans Die in Weekend Road Crashes Toll for Year Climbs to 561 By The AssocUlefl Tress Iowa traffic accidents claimet the lives of six persons Saturday and Sunday boosting the state 1955 motor vehicle death toll to 561 On Nov 28 last year the rec ord stood at 578 There also was a death at a Dav enport hospital of a man injured in a carpedestrian accident but au thorities said it was not immcdi alely determined if he died of in juries or natural causes The deac man was Frank H Davis 80 wh was struck by a car while cross ing a Davenport street The Dead Weekend motor vehicle acciden victims were Charles Claneey 20 Des Moines George 17 Rt 1 Davenport Harold Aldrieh 26 Manchester Cecil Batey 26 New Sharon Harry D McCrcedy 65 Packwood and Virgil Young 56 Indianola Clanccy died Sunday at a Des Moines hospital of injuries suf ered in an auto accident near Adel Nov 20 He never regained consciousness Dexter died early Sunday at a Davenport hospital with injuries suffered in an accident Saturday night on a Highway 6 curve four miles west of Davenport Four other Davenport farm youths rid ng with Dexter were injured Ally Gen Dayton Countryman said he had received no official I report of the case 15YEAROLD ROWAN TWINS physicians but seldom use the name of the physician on the bill Judge Moore ruled that these practices constitute the illegal prac ticeof medicine by the hospital SAME Girls Grateful for Chicago Trip By llene and Arlene Woodley As Told to J V McCarthy GlobeGazette Farm Editor CHICAGOThis trip has been so exciting that we hardly know what is coming up next In fact we arc so deeply grateful lo the swell pcopc who niade it possible that it literally takes our breath away Wed like to tell you a bit about ourselves before we talk about Chicago We are 25yearold twins and won the KGLONorth Town Fair trip for our work in 4Hbaby beef projects at Rowan in Wright County This year we each have one to have black Angus and hope two each next year We are members lowaU GoIGo 4H Girls Club in Rowan and the daughters of Mrs Laurence Woodley Our farm home rtn Ihc east edge nf Kowan The girls didnt mention that they are pretty blondes who are so similar its finite a problem to tell them apart Also they have a knowledge of farming farm animals that would put many a so called farm expert to The most wonderful thing hap pened to us Saturday Afternoon at the Congress Hotel We had our picture taken with Sen Homer Capchart of Indiana and enjoyed a brief chat with the famous Re publican During the morning on Saturday we went along with the rest of the Iowa delegation to the Internation al Live Stock Exposition amphi theater and we wish all of the kids back home could have hecn along with us We just cant stress too much how fortunate we were to have been selected lo make the trip Wed like lo inlcrjccl once again that youngsters workfti hard and long to win the opportunity of making the trip and deserve any and everything that comes their Our sightseeing tour Saturday included a look at the Skid How hrce of them critically Aldrieh was killed early Sunday vhen a car authorities said was driven by Robert Collins Mount Vernon failed to turn at the Tin ersection of Highways 3 and 151 last of Marion Collins was hos italized with injuries not believed erious Left Highway Batey was killed when his car eft Highway 92 nine miios east of Oskaloosa Saturday night Authori ics said the car traveled 200 feet ftcr leaving the highway and lipped into a dry creek bed Ba tcy who was alone was thrown out of the auto McCrccdy suffered fatal injuries Saturday in a cartruck accident at a county road intersection four miles southeast of Packwood Mc Crecdy a gas truckdriver died in a Fairfickl hospital Two 16year old youths in the car were hospit alized one of them in critical con dition Young was injured fatally Satur day when a car driven by his son Myron 27 crashed into a tree on a county road about four miles northwest of Indianola The son vas reported in fairly good con dition at a Des Moines hospital SENSITIVE TYPE CHICAGO Thomas 27 district and it certainly lives upltold police he shot and killedhis to everything said about it Sun1 wife Edith 35 and wounded two of in 2 Solons Held for 4 Hours Party Stopped at Gun Point BERLIN American con ressmen were held Sunday in the Russian sector oE Berlin for mora than four hours The incident chal lenged some of the Allied occupa tion rights in this fourpower city U S officials discloned that East German Communist p o 1 i c e de ained Rep Harold C Ostertag R Ostertags wife Rep Ed ward P Boland and Lheir escort officer Lt James T McQueen Mullins The party was held at pistol point at the Russian War Memorial enter in Treplow The German police contended the visitors had violated the laws of the Commu nist state by using an automobile equipped with a twoway radio U S authorities said that the Russians supported this claim lat er in the day when the Ameri cans release was secured Ameri can officials took this to mean that the laws of the East German re public now could be applied to Al lied personnel entering East Ser in This would in effect weaken if not destroy the four power character of the divided occupied city Demanded Audience Maj Gen Charles L Dasher U S commandant in Berlin demanded an audience with the Soviet commandant Maj Gen P A Dibrova to lodge a verbal pro test Dasher indicated he would take up with Gen Dibrova the rights of the Allies especially in the use of official vehicles as well as the unjustified mistreatment of the congressional party Ostertag told newsmen it was a harrowing experience for me but felt it would straighten itself out It was difficult to understand the delay in getting the word down the ine to any responsible authority Iy wife was rather nervous of The party was touring in an Army sedan of the type used by the U S mission accredited to the Sov et Zone The mission has never seen involved in any incidents over he use of its twoway radio Lt McQueen gave this account f the incident The congressional party drove to he Red Army cemetery which at racts foreign visitors almost daily Wanted Keys While the group strolled through he grounds an East German po iceman looked into the parked auto nd noted the radio telephone Vhen the party returned the po iceman demanded the car keys The policeman cocked his pistol nd when McQueen demanded to now why he was told It is against the laws of the last German democratic republic for a foreign power lo have and operate a radio in a McQueen tried to radio his head quarters and a second policeman drew his pistol The party was then ordered to follow the police men to a guard shelter where Sov iet authorities were notified rAll About The Weather day we attended church at the Methodist Temple and hope to take in a show or two before starting back to Iowa Tuesday Saturday the girls saw the movie Guys and Dolls but were more impressed with the lavish Chicago Theater than they were with the So hello from Chicago and well have plenty lo talk about when we return from the Windy City Its real nice here the people arc swell our leaders and chapcrones arc most it still will be good to get back home to Mom and Dad and a homecooked dinner his stepchildren Sunday because they moved some of his books from their living room lo a back porch DAYS LEFT r Htlp Fight TB Mason Cify Mostly fair Monday and Tuesday diminishing winds and not so cold Tuesday Low Monday night 03 above high Tuesday near 20 Iowa Partly cloudy and continued unseasonably cold Monday night A few snow flurries north north east Monday night Strong north westerly winds diminishing Tues day Tuesday mostly fair not so cok northwest Low Monday night zero to 10 above Further outlook Wednesday partly cloudy with rising trend in tempera tures Minnesota Partly cloudy cold Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Mon day Maximum Minimum At 8 10 Christmoi YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum CONTD COLD   

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