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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 5, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior c LOBEUAZETTE THE PAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGH B 0 R S VOL LXll Associated Pnsc and United Press Full Seven Onts Copy HOME EDITION MAKE EVERY JAY SAFE DRIVING DAY MASON CITY JOWA MONDAY DECEMBER 5 1955 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No O Ed en to Confer in Washington One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qulncy 930 Sunday KGLO SumUj WOI Ames 610 Thursday WSUI City 910 Your Role in Our Parade of Hope of us I venture have a vivid memory of the dramatic news dispatch that came out of Denver last Sept 24 President Eisenhower suffered a heart attack The news came as a shock not only to Americans but to the entire world I first learned oE it on my car radio as I was starting home from a Big Ten football game The heart attack suffered by President Eisenhower had a tre mendous impact on the nations economy and politics Stock prices plunged Political speculation took a new turn A new light was cast on our strained relations with the Communist world In short the damage done to one human heart was an event of far reaching importance We just hadnt realized how great a role in the daily lives of the people of bur world one individual could play Now we know SigniEicant as the development was thus viewed it is possible and I would say probable that the most important impact on the affairs of mankind over fhe long swing oE years will be oE a quite different character from the one weve been talking about here Heart Disease Spotlighted The fact that the President suf fered this attack has focused the attention of everybody doctors and laymen alike on heart dis ease Newspapers and magazines have carried column after column explaining how such an attack cripples the heart Along with this has been information on the heal ing processes necessary to mend a damaged heart In one sudden dramatic develop ment we all became heartcon scious Whereas formerly most oE us couldnt even pronounce it coronary thrombosis has now be come almost a household word Out of this is certain to develop a renewed and greatly stepped up effort to curb the deadly march of heart disease which is the great est killer among all human afflic tions greater than cancer greater than accidents greater by far than polio Out of it all could come treat ment techniques that will save mil lions of lives It could lead to one of the greatest forward steps in the annals of medicine and the healing arts Polio Recalled The fact that President Roose velt was a victim of polio led to a tremendous crusade against this crippling disease Money was raised in annual campaigns on the Presidents birthday The result has been increased emphasis on research The Salk vaccine grew out of that research Many are predicting that we are now on the way to bringing polio under full control in the same way that smallpox and diphtheria to mention two major killers of earlier times have been all but wiped out of existence Its easily within the range oE possibilities that this story is now on the way to being repealed in the case of heart disease At the outset however it should be re membered that the expression na tural death always has meant the wearing out of the heart That fact isnt about to be changed one must concede hes realistic about it In the remainder of this visit with you Id like to call up some of the marvelous benefits which have come to us by reason of the dedicated research that goes on in our medical laboratories Except for it you might not be alive at this moment Womfcr Drugt In the last decade this research Is estimated to have mil lions of lives and added five years to the average Americans life ex pectancy reduced the death rate from all causes nearly 10 per cent But I wont bore you with more statisitcs As you have sensed on your own the antibiotic wonder drugs lake the lions share oE the credit for ON PAGE 2 fleeted This was the closest the Presi dent came to a reference to the po litical overtones surrounding the AFLCIO Merger Some Republi cans have voiced fear the com bined labor organization will seek to overexploit its potential politi cal strength Eisenhower said that in the new labor body as well as in your many constituent organizations you have a great opportunity oE making your meetings the worlds most effective exhibits of demo cratic In these he added the rights of minorities holding AP Wirephoto ATOMIC GUN IN 280 mm atomic cannon is manned by troopers of home force somewhere in Louisiana as Exercise Sagebrush was brought to a close Sunday the enemy driven off The exercise largest war game since World War II involved troops and airmen DULLES ON SPOT India May Protest Joint Statement Against Reds NEW DELHI India sources predicted Monday that the Indian government will protest to Washington against the joint statement by Secretary of State Dulles and Portugals Eoreign minister Nehru refused to comment to Parliament Monday on the com munique issued by Dulles and Paulo Cunha saying he would report it his government has received formal confirmation and taken beorgia Tech Permitted to Play in Bowl Action by Regents Setbgck for Griffin ATT IK T L illL reiuiunce 10 rormguese A1LAW1A W of the provinces incensed members of University System of Georgia Monthe Indian Parliament A Foreign ciay gave Georgia Tech a green Ministry source said the Indian Pa Embassy in Washington had been Sugar Bowl football game Jan 2 asked to submit on The regents adopted a resolution the joint statement Union Parley Hears Message From Ike GETTYSBURG Pa Eisenhower told the newly com bining AFL and CIO Monday they have a great opportunity to exhibit democratic processes to all the world and help liberate hundreds of millions from slavery abroad The Presidents message was telephoned to the AFLCIO merger convention in New York Eisenhower urged the new tinion worlds largest the political and other rights oE minorities within their ranks and make sure the views such groups are accurately rert Bandits Get in Gas Station Holdup o apply to all athletic teams of he University Sy all contests held of Georgia shall be held Tn an ormity with the constitution laws matter of far ustoms and traditions of the ever that games played outside Goa snould to India Soviet Georgia shall be under the laws Premier Bulganin termed Porlu Meany Chosen NEW YORK OT G Meany New York plumber Monday was unani mously elected president of Hie newly merged AFLCIO at its founding convention differing social economic and po litical views must be scrupulously protected and their views accu rately The President in a message he talked over in detail with Secretary of Labor Mitchell and other advis ers in advance stressed the view that employer and employe must work together for mutual pros The splendid record of labor peace and unparalleled prosperity during the last three he said demonstrates our industrial Eisenhower said this came about against the backdrop of nonin terference by government except only to protect the public interest in the rare cases of genuine na tional Woman Hurt in AutoAccident C D Miller Prairie City is in Belmond Hos pital with a fractured spine as the result of an auto accident Monday forenoon Mr and Mrs Miller and their two sons were driving on Highway 69 a half mile south of the Klem me corner when they struck a patch of ice as they were pass ing a semitrailer The car spun out of control and rolled into the ditch landing back on its wheels Miller and the boys suffered only cuts and bruises SIX KILLED GREENVILLE S C train moving 75 smashed into a car at a grade crossing Sunday killing six persons CLEAR LAKE A Clear Lake service station attendant reported Sunday night that he was slugged and robbed of by unknown assailants just as he was closing the DDD Bulk Oil Co station on Highway 18 Vernon Ellefson told Clear Lake police that Uvo men in a dark 1952 model automobile drove into the station about Sunday night with the lights on their auto turned off Replace Fuse Ellefson reported that the men wanted to replace a fuse When he started to get the fuse one of fhe men hit him on the right side of the head with a pistol He said the money all cash was in a money bag Ellefson said he regained con sciousness about and called police Ellefson also reported a pis tol and holster was taken by the two men The station attendant did not notice the license plates on the car The assailants also tore the phone off the station wall he said Gray Hat said one of the men was about six feet tall between 2530 years of age and wore a gray bat and topcoat Don Dye Clear Lake is the own cr and operator of the station Ellefson has worked for him about five years About four years ago Ellefson reported a similar theft in the downtown station He said then he was slugged but that no money was taken Ellefson suffered a laceration and bruise on his head He was taken to a Mason City hospital by the highway patrol His con dition was listed as good Mon day Xrays were to be taken to determine the extent of his in jury Clear Lake police reported Mon day that the money bag and pistol stolen from the station was found about 50 feet from the station building The Cerro Gordo County Sher iffs office is assisting Clear Lake police in the investigation MEMORY LOSS STUTTGART Germany German physicians said Monday pianist Walter Gicscking has suf fered a temporary loss of memory following the bus crash Friday night ihat killed his wife formal The communique by Dulles and Paulo Cunha was issued Friday in Washington It denounced state ments made by Russias leaders on their current tour of Asia as an at tempt to foment hatred between the East and Cited were allegations concerning the Portu guese provinces in the Far Full Reports The reference to Portuguese Nehru did not say what formal Aeps the government proposed to tte State take but he termed the Dulles unha statement an important Nikita S Khrushchev the first Host State The resolution declared how customs and traditions of the host state This was qualified however with a clause stating no contract or agreement shall be entered into for an athletic contest in any state where the circumstances under which it is to be filled are repug nant to the Jaws customsand tra ditions of the host Setback for Griffin The action of the regents was a setback for Gov Marvin Griffin who last Friday requested that ath letic teams of the University Sys tem be prohibited from playing opponents who do not maintain segregation on the field and in the stands Pittsburgh has a Negro Bobby Grier on its squad and school au thorities have announced he will play in the Sugar Bowl Sugar Bowl officials also announced that Pittsburgh will be allowed to sell its block of tickets for the game on a nonsegregated basis in the Ardcry Transport Co build ing Cause of the blaze was uncle termined troyed at that time and had since been rebuilt SHOPPING DAYS LEFT r fight TB nu C8I15TMJUX CUEmw Ml secretary of the Soviet Unions Communist Party said while visit ng India the Portuguese colony of should go to India Soviet als retention of the colony a shame toward civilized adding that Russia supports Indias right to oust the Portuguese Small Territories Goa is the largest of three small Portuguese territories on Indias West Coast India maintains the areasareiparb and tionalist elements press ing for stronger action to take them over Indian newspapers accused Dul les of committing a major diplo matic blunder in issuing the joint statement Launch Fight for Open Sky Plan UNITED NATIONS N Y accWent The United States launched its fight Monday for U N Assembly endorsement of President Eisen howers open sky inspection plan as a first step toward dis prints between the Soviet Union Flames Destroy Building Used for Storing Equipment CHARLES CITY Monday forenoon destroyed a building oc cupied by the VanWeb Equipment Co at 1106 5th St and Rockford Road The fire was in a former residence used for stock and paint ing supplies There were two tons of steel stored on the second floor making it dangerous to go inside the build ing so the firemen had to fight the fire from outside At they were still at the scene but had the flames under control with no other buildings close enough to be in danger Dale Van Horn painter employed by the firm said he went into the building earlier to start a fire in the oil burner but that at the time the smoke and flames were dis i covered he was across the street nccrs flicci hcre Sunday night ofjlhis plnnet in a AP Wircphoto SEES Rockefeller accompanied by Sherman Adams presidential secretary arrives at the Gettysburg Post Office Monday to see Presi dent Eisenhower Rockefeller is a special assistant to the Presi dent Boy Girl Are Gun Victims By United Tress Two teenagers were shot to death during life weekend in sep arate huntir tragedies Larry Kite 14 Keokuk was killed Sunday when a 22 caliber rifle he was carrying went ofJ when he stumbled on a rock while hunting withfriends on a farm 8 miles south of Keokuk The boy son of Mr and Mrs Gene Kite had gone hunting with his 15yearold brother Jerry anc Bill Radel 17 Keokuk Deanna Lou Lincoln 14 daugh ter of a Madrid farmer was fatallj shot Saturday when a mis took her collie dog for a fox anc fired in her direction She and her brother Lannie 9 and the dog had gone Chrislma tree hunting on their fathers farm Alan Mougiu 38 Woodward farm er took two shots with a high powered rifle from a distance o about feet at what he though was a fox One of the bullets hi Deanna Boonc County Coroner Dr Ger aid Sutton ruled the death an Otrumwa Man Killed in Crash OSKALOOSA W Clyde Wilfred Briles 47 Ottumwa was killec Henry Cabot Lodge chief early Sunday in an auto acciden US delegate told the Assembly four miles south of Oskaloosa on Political Committee that the EiHighway 137 Three other persons senhower plan to exchange aerial were injured seriously in the inspection rights and defense bluecrash Authorities said a car driven by Tr iiica auu a uai unven OV and the Umted States would rule Briles struck the rear of a car out surprise attacks and may set driven by Arnold Nortimip 39 Ot a seal against war Umiwa Norlhrup escaped injury He challenged the Union Briles wife and Mr and Mrs to drop its opposition to the plan Ralph Wymore of Oskaloosa were before the Assemblys scheduled hospitalized end next week and join the West It was Mahaska Countys thirc Meeting Set for January GETTYSBURG Pa rime Minister Eden will confer v i t h President Eisenhower in Washington at the end of next month The White House announced this Monday saying Eden will spenc a few days in viously to plan cold war strategy n the light of Russias return to an openly belligerent attitude White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty made the fol lowing announcement The President of the United States has invited the British Prime Minister to spend a few days as his guest in Washington at the end of January This invita ion has been cordially accepted The British foreign secretary wil accompany the Prime Minister jnd they will arrive in Washing ton Jan Fruitless Session Britains foreign secretary is Harold MacMillan who with Sec retary of State John Foster Dulle and the French foreign minister recently concluded a fruitless ses sion with the Russians at Geneva The announcement of the ncv Washington talks was made while Eisenhower was conferring here with his special assistant in charge oE shortofwar planning Nelson Rockefeller Hagerty said however there wa no connection between the Eisen howerRockcfeller talk and th forthcoming visit of Sir Anthon Eden Hagerty likewise declined to giv any details of subject matter fo the top level talk saying they would encompass a fairs of mutual interest to the tw countries He said the invitation to Ede was extended about a week ag and was accepted over the week end Strong Indication Asked if Eden suggested the get together Hagerty said was an invitation on behalf of the The announcement was perhaps the strongest indication yet that Eisenhower recuperating here from a September heart attack is getting ready to resume a full role in national and international affairs OCficia appointments and meet ings will keep the President busy a good part of every day this week He will drive to Washington Satur day for a physical checkup and will remain in the capital until the following Tuesday Eisenhower will get his physical checkup at Walter Reed Army Hos pital He will meet GOP congress ional leaders and a bipartisan for eign policy group the following Monday and Tuesday before re turning to Gettysburg policy of openness which fatal accident in 10 days and he would reassure the world and adIHh of the worst year vance the cause of ever for the county Glenn Martin Iowa Native and Famed Air Pioneer Dies at 69 BALTIMORE L Marthe government for the job of mak tin one of aviations greatest pining and launching a satellite o hemorrhage The 69yearold founder of he Glenn L Martin Co was stricken There was a fire in the same morning at Glenarm his building in September 1952 The big farm on Marylands eastern front end of the structure was dessilore of Chesapeake Bay He was taken to University of Maryland Hospital in Baltimore The building and contents are where he died at p m fully insured but according to Behind him stretched a fabulous Claud Webster one of the propriccareer crammed with aviation tors the insurance will not cover fi rs On the cost of tearing down the damAug 1 1909 he aged structure and rebuilding it made his first successful test flight with the plane leaving the ground un der its n power The Wright broth ers who flew a plane in 1903 were still ex perimenting with a lower MARTIN propulsion Nearly half a century Inter his company was picked by All About In between he was credited with being the first to develop a sue ccssful parachute which could he opened by the jumper at will com plete the first air mail flight and make the first extended flight over ocean water His company claimed the con struction of the first multipassen ger airplane twinengined torpedo and dive bombers super cargo ship groundtoair guided missile and many other innova tions of the industry with which he grew up Martin was born in Macksburg Iowa He was the only child of Clarence Y and Arminta DC Long Martin While Glenn was still a boy the family moved to Liberal and Salina then to Califor nia Abachelor Martin last year es tablished in honor of his mother the Arminta Marlin Aeronautical Student Fund at Hie Institute of Aeronautical Sciences in Cali fornia The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Monday night Mostly cloudy with chance of light snow Continued cod Monday njght low 510 Warmer Tuesday high 3035 Iowa Partly cloudy Monday and Tuesday warmer Tuesday Low Monday night near zero north east to 15 southwest Minnesota Fair and warmer Globe weather data up lo 8 a m Mon day Maximum Ifi Minimum 0 At 8 a m 2 Prcc Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 32 Minimum 12 PARTLY CLOUDY SAME K Uj trultia In pail Ji iinurti MILLARD C LAWSON Lawson 72 Succumbs Headed North Iowa Fair Plans Millard C Lawson 72 the direct ing genius of the huge expansion program of the North Iowa Fair and a prominent leader in the civic religious and business life ot his community died Sunday morning at City hospital He had been in ill health for sev eral months Funeral services will be held at he St Johns Episcopal Church Tuesday afternoon at with tha Rev Alfred R Malone officiating The Major funeral home will be in charge Mr Lawson is survived by Mrs Lawson a Murray who is with the Maytag Company at Newton a Jean son Richards and two grandchil dren Pamela and Jason Richard son Came Here in 1935 Since March 1 1947 Mr Lawson had served as full time secretary manager of the fair a position ha assumed shortly after his retire ment as district manager here of the International Harvester Co Mr Lawson had been a resident of Mason City since Oct 25 1935 when he took over the managership of the Plarvester branch here His employment with that company however extended over a period of 45 years Born Feb 23 1883 he attended public schools in Chicago and then took a position there with the Deer ing Works which soon merged with other companies to form the International Harvester Co In 1910 he was transferred lo tha Minot branch office as a member of the credit department He was promoted to a sales posi tion and traveled extensively in North Dakota and Montana In he was married to Miss Joyce L Berkin in Minneapolis Served in Army Mr Lawsons work with the In ternational Harvester Co was in terrupted by World War I He had served with the National Guard in Chicago reaching the rank of first lieutenant On entering the service he became captain of A Company of the 2nd North Dakota Infantry which left from Minot and later became the MGth machine gun company in the 28th division He also served on the headquarters staff of the First Army Upon returning to civilian life Mr Lawson became assistant dis trict manager for the company at Fargo serving in that ca pacity four years before being pro moted to district manager at Aber deen While in Aberdeen he served as post commander of the American Legion and later became district commander While there he estab lished an outstanding record of community service which he was to repeat in a much greater meas ure in Mason City Among the of fices he held was president of the Aberdeen Country Club Brought Trainloads On arriving in Mason City Mr Lawson became at once a dynamic figure in a number of activities while at the same time making an enviable record in sales for the Harvester firm He had he habit of bringing in trainloads of tractors or trucks for immediate distribu tion to his dealers who would be invited to Mason City for a ban on such occasions At the time of his retirement tt 1947 ho had just ar   

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