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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the V MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWAN S NEIGHBOR HOME EDITI0N VOL LXII Associated and United Press Full Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY JOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 1954 This Paper Consists oi Two One NO n Zarubin Hands Red Note to President to Release Patents Court Order Is Followed WASHINGTON Top Justice officials foresaw fresh competition in the electronics field as a result of an antitrust judgment releasing American Telephone and Telegraph Co patents The patents held by and its manufacturing affiliate Western Electric cover every known means of electrical communication They represent the fruits of 70 years of research in Bell Labora tories The judgment was entered Tues day in Federal District Court at Newark after government company negotiation Some of these patents will be available to any other U S concern that wants to use and without any royalty payment Fixed by Court Under the decree all other Western Electric patents now or in the future must be made avail able to the general public at rea sonable and nondiscriminatory roy Where there is disagree ment over what is reasonable the court will fix the fee In granting patent rights and Western Electric will also be required to furnish at reasonable charges the technical knowhow for the most efficient use of the de vices involved In New York President Clco F Craig conceded that the termsof the consent decree are He however that the settlement intact the unique combination and team work of the operating companies the Bell Telephone Laboratories and the Western Electric Co That over the years has produced for the people of this country the finest most widely used and most progressive telephone service in Included in the freed patent list are such modernday miracles as the liny transistor and the solar battery In addition the com panies have developed a complete color television system which has never been offered publicly Demand Dropped The consent judgment terminated antitrust action brought against the companies in 1949 In the settle ment the government dropped its original demand that Western Electric be divorced from and dissolved However Western Electric will be restricted in the future to serv ices as the manufacturing arm of the Bell Telephone system and to work for the federal government It will be required to dispose of its subsidiary Westrex which makes sound recording equipment for the motion picture industry The judgment also prohibits TIME TO MOVE OUT Edith Taylor and her laughter have agreed with Los Angeles Judge Ben Koenig that they should vacate the home in which theyve been living for 18 years When they built the house it was 70 feet from the edge of the cliff at Pacific Palisades Now however it pro trudes 18 feet over the lip of canyon from engaging in any busi ness other than communications subject to governmental regulation and ratemaking plus such other services as the government may require of it Ryan Joins Micich in Demo Fight for Seat in Congress DES MOINES J P Ryan Parkersburg publisher Tuesday took out papers for the Democratic nomination in the race for the 3rd District seat in the House of Representatives The office now is held by H R Gross Ryan wasthe second Democrat to reveal campaign plans Mike Micich Charles City mayor pre viously took out papers Kefauver Entered in New Hampshire Vote CONCORD UP Sen Estes Kefauver Wednesday was entered formally in New Hamp shires firstinthenation primary March 13 The Tennessee Democrat thus became the first member of his party to enter this states pri mary President Eisenhowers name was entered last week on the Re publican ballot V Some Demos Refuse to OK Debate Curbs WASHINGTON number of Senate Democrats Wednesday sig naled unwillingness to label specific foreign policy issues out of bounds for political campaign discussion Chairman George DGalpf the Senate Foreign Relations Commit ee said there must be criticism of Eisen hower administration actions He added both parties are in basic agree ment on the objective of peace Secretary of State Dulles told a news conference Tuesday he has talked to Democratic leaders aboul the possibility of keeping one or two foreign problems out of cam paign debate He said constructive criticism is appropriate but didnt define what is constructive Nor did he name the issues he had in mind MidEast Policy One of the issues it is under stood is American policy toward Israel and the Arab states in the tense Middle East Sen Morse DOre said Con gress is going to examine thor oughly Dulles atomicrattling for eign I know of no coalition of Dem ocrats or Republicans who can keep it out of political debate be cause Mr Dulles and his political henchmen have already thrown it into the he said So long as he proposes to lead the American people to the preci pice of war as a deterrent to war it is the duty of Congress to ex amine and publicly debate his pol Partisan Talks Sen Fulbright DArk said in a separate interview about bipartisanship but all his actions are Sen Humphrey DMinn said if Dulles wants to set a good ex ample he can apologize for the Republicanplatform plank in 1952 and for statements in a recent Life magazine article Dulles has been criticized by Democrats for statements attrib uted to him in the article that the ability to go to the verge of war without involvement is a neces sary art of diplomacy Light Snow Covers State By The Associnted Press Light snow was spreading east ward across Iowa Wednesday in temperatures that were almost like spring compared with the cold snap of last week The Weather Bureau said the new snow had amounted to 3 inches in the western part of the state since Tuesday morning and around an inch of new had fallen in the central area The snow was expected to taper off in the western counties during the day but the Weather Bureau said the snow would continue into the night in central and eastern sections piling another inch or two on the ground The State Highway Commission reported that the new snow covered the section of the state west of a line through Centerville Grinnell Marshalltown and Charles City The Highway Commission said highways southwest of a line through Creston Jefferson and Sioux City were snow packed and slippery Kate Smith Vows Not to Sing in Public Until Ted Recovers NEW YORK Smith he Songbird of the said Wednesday she will never again appear in public unless her long ime manager Ted Collins recov ers from an unusually severe heart attack Miss Smith who once had a audience estimated at 15 mil lion listeners cancelled plans to appear on five Ed Sullivan tele vision programs when Collins was itricken with a coronary throm bosis Jan 14 His illness was not disclosed until Tuesday because of business Doctors said Collins was under an oxygen tent at Doctors Hospital ind would be on the critical list or several weeks Ike Sets Another Physical Remains Mum on Future From Our Wire Services Eisen hower said Wednesday he plans another fullscale medical exam ination before midFebruary Bui he declined to say whether tha will speed up his decision on whether to seek a second term The President told a news con ference he has asked his doctors to arrange for an examination earlier than the middle of nex month because he is planning a little trip to the South He did not elaborate As for whether he will announce before or after the new physicai whether he will bid for another four years in the White House Ei senhower laughed heartily and re plied that he couldnt say what his Impulses might be Much of the questioning at the conference dealt with the second erm question More Against Eisenhower said in response to one inquiry that no members of his family are against his seeking reelection There have been pub lished reports that both Mrs Ei senhower and their son Maj John Eisenhower were opposed to his running again Eisenhower was asked whether if he does seek reelection Vice President Nixon would be his choice as a running mate again In reply Eisenhower said he never has talked to Nixon abou nt snd until he has had a chance o do so would prefer not to dis Eden Leaves for Talks With Ike SOUTHAMPTON England W Prime Minister Eden sailed Wednesday for the United States and talks with President Eisenhow er Eden reportedly will seek a pledge of joint U air action against any major aggres sion by Israelis or Arabs in the troubled Middle East In a statement before leaving the Prime Minister said he hoped lis trip would contribute not only to the happiness and welfare of aolh our countries but also to the peace of the British informants said Eden will ask that the United States join Britain in a warning that air arms of the two big powers would move against any aggressor in the Arab Israeli dispute cuss it Eisenhower went on to speak warmly of the vice president as he has several times in the past Nixon he said has his admira ion respect and deep affection The President said he plans to discuss the political situation with STixon and he indicated he would sound out the vice president on Vixens own plans for thefuture Other Topics Other news highlights at Eisen lowers second meeting with re porters in Washington since his heart attack 1 He would like to see the great irinciples and policies governing his countrys conduct of foreign affairs removed from politics For ejgn nations then would not fear an abrupt change of policy in event of a change in the executive branch of government in this country 2 He wished the school construc ion bill could be considered on its own merits rather than having it lowed down by a rider withhold ng federal funds from areas where segregated schools are operated 3 He ruled out consideration of a tax cut in the current fiscal year ends June the anticipated budgetary surplus is oo slim INSURANCEMEN QUOTE Its 1005 In Favor of an Ranier LONDQN London insurance men offered 1005 odds that actress Grace Kelly produces an heir or heiress to the throne of Monaco after her marriage to Prince Rainier III Several Monaco businessmen have approached Lloyds of London for insurance against the risk of Miss Kelly riot providing such a successor For down on the Mediterranean shores theres well as in the betrothal of Prince Rainier The tiny principality of Monaco with its Monte Carlo casino will become part of France if the ruling family dies out That would mean pay ing steeper French taxes and possible military service with the French forces Peter Walker director of a Lloyds insurance company said Wednesday he has had several in quiries for indemnity policies The first was from a businessman who wanted a cover for cash he has to pay taxes to the Walker said MISS KELLY We said wed be happy to arrange we can have a medical report on the And Miss Kelly too he was asked Well Walker explained Its rather a ticklish business actually Its the male strain that counts you Walker told newsmen he had made no arrangements so far to contact the prince but that as soon as the necessary insurance pro posal forms have been completed he would set the wheels turning We understand that quite a number of Monaco businessmen would like similar he said The premium said Walker with a thing like this its rather hard to say but I think a onceforall payment of about five pounds per hun dred would cover That means premium for every of cover Quite attractive odds isnt it he said AntiSegregation Plan by 4 Southern States RICHMOND Va WVGovernor of four Southern states have agree to ask their legislatures to protei by interposition the U Supreme Courts decision tha outlawed segregation in publi schools The degree of protest that would e incorporated in the various in erposition resolutions was left to Martinsburg Man Hit by Auto Dies SIGOURNEY WHugh S Hut ton 66 Martinsburg died at a hos pital here Wednesday of injuries suffered in a carpedestrian acci dent Tuesday afternoon Hutton was walking across the oad after investigating an earlier iccident when he was struck by a car driven by Henry Winfrey 52 Sigourney authorities said In the earlier accident a car driven by Boyd Besco 42 Ottum va had gone out of control and overturned Besco wearing a safe y belt was unhurt SAME State Again Leader in Production of Eggs DES MOINES led the nation again in egg production during 1955 the Iowa Development Commission reported Wednesday The state had the highest annual production on record Iowa sup plied five billion and 52 million eggs or per cent of the nations total egg production SNOWMAN DIXIE STYLE Four coeds High School in Knoxville Tenn take advantage of a school holiday Wednesday to build a snowman The girls Judy Jett Wilma Breeding Jane Skelton and Mary Hoof were among thousand s of youngsters who were kept from classes as sixinch snows covered the deep est in years the individual states but there were indications three states wbulc stop short of defying the big Gov George Bell Timmerman of South Carolina disclosed the stand of the chief executives in i statement followed i sixhour conference on school icgregation problems White none of the governors vould commit himself immediate to a specific program there vere good indications Timmerman lov Thomas B Stanley of Vir linia and Gov J P Coleman of Mississippi would recommend res olutions that do not contain nulli outright defiance Of those present only Gov Mar in Griffin of Georgia was out pokonly in favor of an allout nul ifying interposition resolution Al o attending the conference was ov Luther Hodges of North Car ilina who sat in as an observer tut did not join in the declaration f policy because his states Leg slature is not in session Under the doctrine of interposi ion the states interpose their sov ereignty in the face of a federal action they consider beyond the constitutional authority of the fed al government They would raise a question of he contested powers between the nterposing states and the Su preiffe Court and would ask Con gress and the other states to settle he the ratification of a onstitutional amendment saying he Supreme Court has the right o outlaw school segregation Either twothirds of the 48 states r twothirds of the members of Joth houses of Congress would iave to propose such an amend ment It then must be approved y threefourths of the states A step further than interposition s nullification theory of ex reme interpositionists that pencl ng the outcome of the proposed mendment the protested decision hould be declared null and void AP Wirephoto OLD MAIN Wednesday pour from the win dows of Old Main at the Univer sity of Kentucky campus in Lex ington Ky The fire was brought under control quickly but school officials said the building was 75 per cent destroyed Loss was set at Guards Must Do Own Snowplowing AMES A rsqutst fay Mason City unit of National Guard that State Highway Commission authorize state plows to remove snow from the blocklong drive to the armory there was refected Wednesday Commission members indicated they felt approval of the pro posal would open the door to numerous such requests Com mission Chairman Russell Lundy of Des Moines commented Some of the sergeants up there can build a little snow plow or similar device of their nd it would be good practice for Found Hanged by Accident Billy Luse in Critical Condition Billy Luse 10 was listed in crit a condition at Park Hospital Wednesday after he accidentally was h a n g e d by the neck in the basement of his home He is the son of Mr and Mrs Richard Luse 151 14th An older sister Gloria found the boy about 8 when she went to call him to get ready for school The boys mother rushed to the basement at the girls scream and took the lad down Police said the boy was suspend ed from a rafter by a rope The boy was hanging a few feet from a saddle resting on a sawhorse A stool was found overturned nearby The youngster had gone to the basement to play earlier in the morning A neighbor L T Jim Gallogly 155 14th was summoned by Gloria and helped lake care of the boy until police and Snclls ambu lance arrived An attending doctor said there was no question the nearhang ing was accidental He said the boy suffered possible brain damage because circulation to that area may have been cut off too long About The Weather Mason City Considerable cloudi n e s s occasional light snow through Thursday High Thurs day 2528 Low Wednesday night around 18 o w a Considerable cloudiness through Thursday Light snow east Wednesday night ending Thursday Snow likely again southwest portion by Thursday afternoon Low nesday night 1522 Minnesota Cloudy light snow Globe Gazette data up Friendly Letter on Peace Contents Is Not Revealed WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower Wednesday received from Soviet Premier Nikolai Bul ganin what the White House de scribed as a friendly letter put ting forth certain ideas in the interest of promoting world The letter was delivered person ally to the President by Russian Ambassador Georgi N Zarubin in a 15minute audience at the White House Shortly afterward White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty issued this statement Intermittently since the Geneva conference the President and Pre mier Bulganin have been exchang ing correspondence The Soviet ambassador Wednes day brought in a friendly letter containing certain ideas which the premier asked the President to study further in the interests of promoting world Zarubin Wont Talk Zarubin himself refused to tell reporters what the letter said I cannot say I cannot he told them as he left the White House Just before receiving the mes sage Eisenhower declared at a news conference that the United States and its Allies must remain strong in the absence of desired progress on world disarmament He emphasized thatdisarmament moves are going to be slow and tortuous This was the third eommujjfca ion between Eisenhower and Bulganin on peace since they met at Geneva last July during the summit conference It was there that Eisenhower proposed his open sky arms inspection plan The first communication on the subject was a letter from Bulganin dated last Sept 19 in which the Soviet premier threw cold water on the Presidents plan Mr Eisen hower following his Sept 24 heart attack replied Oct 11 in a brief message saying a fuller reply re quired preliminary work by his ad visers Gives Account Hagerty gave this account of tha meeting Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was waiting in the Presi dents office with Eisenhower when John F Simmons State Depart ment chief of protocol escorted the Russian ambassador into the room The group joined by Alex ander Logofet a State Department interpreter With the introductory amenities out of the way Zarubin produced Bulganins letter from n tan leather briefcase He proceeded to read it to the President in Rus sian with Logofet interpreting At Zarubin emerged from a conference room Hagerty noted that the President and Bulganin had exchanged get well messages sent from Moscow to the President in Denver after be suffered his September heart attack plus the Sept 19 and Get 11 letters Hagerty said he did not know when the Bulganin letter would be made public nor did he know how long it was He declined to say whether it involved the disarma ment discussion to 8 a m nesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Snow YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Wed J5 9 UNSETTLED Ray Thompson Seeks Election fo ISCG OMAHA on Ray H Thompson Ncvvton general traffic manager of the Maytag announced Wednesday he will seek election to the Iowa State Commerce Com mission on the Republican ticket Thompson was in Omaha for a Middlewest ShipperMotor Carrier conference He will seek the post now held by Carl W Reed of How ard County Iowa who has not yet announced whether he will seek re election to the fouryear term CONRAD DIES DAVENPORT C P Conrad 63 chairman of the board of the IowaIllinois Gas Electric and former president of fhc utility Ifirm died at his home Tuesday   

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