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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 22, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THR NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 22 1954 This Paper Consists of Four No 14 TU104 jet airliner the first seen in the down as it London airport Thursday The plane brought Gen Ivan A vvrlV1 England to check on security plans for the forthcoming KhrushchevBulgamn visit The plane is the civilian version of a new Soviet bomber States Road Problems to Be Aired At Meeting of Highway Groups AMES Iowa Highway Commission will meet Monday April 2 with the policy commit tee of the Iowa Good Roads Assn to talk over the financial prob lems of modernizing the states roads Commission engineers reported Wednesday that it would cost more than million to bring the highways up to 24 feet widths throughout the primary road system and a lot more if a size able amount of fourlane pave ment is added The association has made sev eral presentations Serov Arrives in England Aboard Red Jet Airliner LONDON secret police chief Ivan Serov arrived here Thursday on a nonstop night from Moscow in the first Soviet jet airliner ever shown west of the Iron Curtain Serov the successor to the executed Lavrenti P Beria came here to check the security arrangements for the 10day visit starting April 18 of Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party boss Nikita Khrushchev The arrival of the man who helped send millions of persons to Siberia was an obvious embar rassment to the British govern ment He was greeted by head lines in the British press calling and an execu sion and requests for information the latest of which was a set oi questions asking what would have to be done to get a modernization program by 1965 Road Costs Commission estimates show that 24foot widths on all pri mary roads would cost mil lion and interstate highways planned for ultimate construction would take another millions The estimate included figures to cover the needs of various in dividual counties Among these costs were Pottawattamie 000 of which would be for regular primary roads and the rest for interstate high ways This was the highest figure for any one county for primary roads and for interstate roads Overall figures for other coun ties included Scott Dubuque Woodbury 000 Black Hawk Linn Kossuth Guthrie Clay ton Other Estimates Estimates ran between eight and nine million dollars each for these counties Clinton Crawford Cass Ben ton Dallas Harrison Johnson Jones Lee Marion Page Plymouth Sioux and Warren The 649 million dollar total was around 60 million dollars under estimated needs of about a year ago and reflected the amount of road work accomplished during 1955 The good roads organization also asked for information about bringing the states secondary roads up to standard what the cost would be on improving city and town streets that carry pri mary roads and what legislative action would be needed to speed up a general improvement pro gram Another question asked was when the commission plans to be gin lengthening culverts and doing resurfacing work to com plete projects which have been let for road widening only SAME DATE195S10B Mtek Ug miant raffle in Jt ienzj him a thug First Look at Plane Cut intact in the Snvin almost outweighed other factors and Western aviation experts were at the airport for a first hand look at the Soviet plane The Soviet general flew here in Ozark Seeks New Iowa Air Route WASHINGTON Air lines seeks Thursday to convince the Civi 1 Aeronautics Board it should be awarded a route from Peoria to Fort Dodge Iowa a silver twinjet transport plane I via Galesburg Burlington Ot copied from the Soviets new 550 Badger atom mileanhour bomber Never before had the Russians shown the Badger west of the Iron Curtain much less the round windowed airliner adaptation of it that Serov rode in Thursday The bomber version of the sleek sweptwing jet that has pounds of thrust ramming from engines tucked close against he fuselage first appeared in 1954 It can cruise more miles Radar Reports Serov made the flight nonstop He filed a flight plan with Western authorities and Al lied radar tracked him across Europe Advance notice was given o the Berlin air traffic control system and word was relayed to all civilian and military radar trackers in the West This assured that no Western interceptors vould jump the Serov jet Serovs coming was announced only Wednesday and British offi cials immediately began setting up a security though the effort meant giving away some of their own secrets The danger thousandsof antiCommunists in Britain who loathe Serov Commander Leonard Burt chief of Scotland Yards special famed cloak and dagger to the airport with other highranking Yard officers to meet Serov Soviet Ambassador Jacob Malik also turned up to escort Serov directly to the Soviet em aassy where Georgia Malenkov is based during his current visit Malenkov was in land Thursday northern Eng Rockwell City Man Held at Charles City CHARLES CITY UP James Lueck 22 Rockwell City was held here Thursday on Jarceny charges filed in connection with several breaking in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota Police Chief Kermit R Binger said Lueck admitted three break ins here two at Nashua one at Emmetsburg and eight in Minne sota Chief Binger and Minnesota offi cers arrested Lueck Wednesday after a tip from Faribaull where Luecks car was reported seen last week tumwa and Des Moines Iowa Ozark pleaded its case in oral arguments before the board Thursday afternoon A CAB examiner has recom mended that Ozark be awarded the route from Peoria to Des Moines but he proposed that the extension on to Fort Dodge can be deferred until a decision on a larger seven state area case is determined Four in Jail and Belmond Girls Cited CLARION Four young men were in Wright County jail Thurs day and three teenage girls from Belmond are to appear in juvenile court as the result of an investi gation by Sheriff Robert Blecker Charged with lascivious acts with a minor are Gary Dippel 20 Belmond two counts Ray mond Rushby 21 Lemon S Victor Dale Poncin 27 Garner and Carol McVey 21 Belmond All are in jail for failure to pro duce bonds on each count The bonds were fixed at prelim inary hearings before Mayor R Sheriff Blecker said his inves tigation at Belmond will con tinue County attorney Ralph Aus tin said the girls would be brought before Judge G R Hill Hammarskjold May Be Sent on Peace Mission to Israel UNITED NATIONS N Y The Security Council will meet Monday to consider a United States proposal that Sec retary General Dag Hammars kjold go on a Palestine peace mis sion Informed sources said Thursday that if the proposal is approved Hammarskjold will leave late next week for a threeweek trip His itinerary would include Lon don and Paris as well as the Mid dle East capitals Hammarskjolds mission would be aimed at keeping peace be tween Israel and surrounding Arab neighbor countries Thursday Hammerskjold con tinued private talks with leaders of U N delegations He spent 50 minutes with Arthur C Liveran the Israeli charge daffaires U S Wants Concrete Disarmament Action DEMOCRATS CONTEND Stevenson Upset Repudiation of GOP Farm Plan WASHINGT6N Democrats contended Thursday that Sen Estes Kefauvers upset Minnesota primary victory was a re pudiation by Republican voters of President Eisenhowers farm program A number of Republicans sharply rejected that suggestion although some of them acknowledged they are concerned over effect on voters of the long decline in farm income Senators of both parties saw the result as a big boost for Kefauver Several Democrats renewed pledges of support for Adlai Stevenson whom he defeated Drew Gets Six Months and Fine Charles E Drew was sentenced Thursday to six months in the Cerro Gordo County jail and to pay a fine Drew was found guilty a week ago by a District Court jury of obtaining worth of binder twine by false pretenses Judge T A Beardmore Charles City warned Drew that any time spent in the hospita during the jaU term would not count as time served Drew replied I am not proud to be over there jail and dont want to expose myself to a The trial had to be postponed a day because of one period of his illness Drew asked again for two or three days in which to deal with business matters before going to jail The judge turned the re quest over to Sheriff Jerry Allen and the county attorneys office which refused it Mrs Drew was in court to hear the sentence but there was no display of emotions by her or tier husband He was taken di rectly to jail afterward Both are under indictment by a Federal Court grand jury at St Paul They are charged with swindling 70 southern Minnesota farmers out of more in a seed oats sales scheme In the local case Drew was convicted of obtaining worth of twine from the Kearney Cordage Brooklyn by representing himself as the head of a large firm The Hawkeye Seed and Chemical Co which he headed has since gone bankrupt and the twine was never paid for Fluoride Issue Killed at Austin AUSTIN an advisory vote here Tuesday Austin citizens turned thumbs down on putting fluorides in the city water supply The vote was against and in favor of the issue in the largest turnout ever experienced in Austin at a primary Although the vote was not a legal election the result indicated to the Utilities Board that a large portion of the voters was opposed to putting fluorides in city water The board had made it clear in the past that it would abide by the outcome of the voting on whether to retain or drop fluori dation They have been added to city water for about four years in an effort to reduce tooth decay May Be Unwashed Guests at Wedding MONTE CARLO short age of hotel space Thursday threatened the Prince Rainier race Kelly marriage ceremony with some unwashed wedding guests The general commissariat of ours said so many tourists have made reservations that the only hotel rooms left are a few with out baths while conceding Stevenson had suffered a big setback in his cam paign to win the Democratic pres idential nomination again Indication Sen Anderson former secretary of agriculture who has backed major portions of the Eisenhower administrations farm program said in an interview The Minnesota vote with thou sands of Republicans entering the Democratic primary indicates the Democrats will carry every state in the farm belt regardless of who is the Sen Humphrey who joined with Minnesotas Demo cratic Gov Orville Freeman to support Stevenson said Steven sons spirits are high and his de termination and he added His supporters are equally un In Chicago Stevenson called Kefauvers Minnesota showing a first round victory and he said he will now work harder than ever to win the presidential nomination Little Surprised Sen Lehman saying he was a little surprised at the great vote by which Kefauver carried Minnesota added I still believe Adlai Stevenson is the best qualified man for the presidency and I shall continue to support him as I have in the Humphrey noted that both Stev enson and Kefauver advocated farm price supports at higher lev els than the administration does and said the heavy vote in the Democratic primary was a stunning repudiation of the Eis enhowerBenson farm Ezra Taft Benson is Secretary of Agriculture Terming Stevenson the candi date most feared by the Re publicans Humphrey said if Re publicans didnt invade the Dem ocratic primary to embarrass him the only other possible con clusion is that Republicans flocked to the Democratic banner because they are repudiating their own Against Group Sen Aiken of Vermont chief Senate backer of the administra tions flexible price support pro gram retorted that the Minne sota vote indicated an uprising against a group rather than the farm Sen Bender ROhio said the voters repudiated the Humphrey Freeman leadership and showed that they have jusl grown tired of Mr Stevensons smart aieck approach to national and interna tional Sen George on the other hand said the size of the Democratic vote indicated strong grass roots support for Democratic farm policies Sen Thye who fought alongside the Democrats for a farm bill carrying price supports higher than Eisenhower wanted said a presidential veto of that measure would have disastrous results for the GOP cause in the Midwest AP Wirephoto JUBILANT OSCAR Fiery Italian actress Anna Magnani jubiktfrtly holds aloft a cable message in Rome Thursday as she got news she had been named the years best leading actress in Hollywood Academy Awards She was awarded the top feminine Oscar for her performance in The Rose to Also to Ernest Borgnine HOLLYWOOD the movie originally made as a tax QSS to offset big grosses of two Burt Lancaster westerns emerged Thursday as the Oscarwinning picture It also won the top male acting Academy Award Wednesday night for Ernest Borgnine an actor who only earned in his profession three years ago He is worth at least a picture with Oscar behind him Anna Magnani the fiery Italian now in Rome won the top femi nine Oscar for her performance in The Rose Roused From Sleep Roused from sleep to be given the news she shouted Its great I feel just as if Id built the all an earthquake The supporting actor award went to Jack Lemmon the comic Ensign Pulver of Mister Rob Jo Van Fleet the madam mother of James Dean in East of was named the best supporting actress Besides earning best picture and best actor awards Marty also won an Oscar for the best HAS INFLUENZA BUENOS AIRES President Eduardo Lonardi re turned home from the United States Wednesday night suffering from a case of influenza He un derwent surgery in the United States creen play for playwziglil Paddy Chayefsky He wrote the tender story of a lonely butcher first as a television play Delbert Mann who directed Marty on TV and then for his movie debut won the best direc tion award Marty was produced by the earn of Harold Hecht and screen star Burt Lancaster CoProduced Hollywood thought the two part ners were slightly daft when they innounced last year that they in ended to make a movie about a homely butcher and a wallflower school no big star names in the cast At the time Lancaster said Were making it because its something we want to He added that even if the pic ure didnt earn a cent it would e profitable as a tax loss against big grosses of Vera Cruz and putting the producers in a lower tax bracket But Marty turned out to be a sleeper that won the Cannes Film Festival and New York Film Critics awards before getting Wednesday nights oscar A happy Borgnine said after re ceiving his Oscar I felt wonderful miturally but J hadnt let my hopes get too high F figured I didnt start out with anything in this town so if I lost I still was way ahead o the Miss Van Fleet said she was numb when her name was called I never thought I had a chance in the world of she added Lemmon after all the comrno tion of picture taking was over said as his first words to report Where am I KILLED IN CRASH NEW DELHI person was killed and six others injured Wednesday when an India Air lines plane crashed and burnec landing at TezpvuiAjrpori Stassen in Offer of Pilot Plan At Meeting of U N Group LONDON tp re place years of talk about disarm ament with concrete action the Jnited States wants to 000 square miles of Russian and American territory opened to in ernational arms inspection eams I t The proposal for a pre iminary test of disarmament con trols was made Wednesday night at a meeting of th fivepower subcommitteeon disarma ment between thetop military powers It is aimed at paving the way to a comprehensive program of controlled arms reduction Britain and France earlier this week submitted an arms control plan linked to a general disarm ament pact Subcommittee delegates re ferred the American plan to their governments It may not be takea uy again here for a week New Red The proposal came a few hours before officials here and in Washington disclosed that the Soviet Union has launched a new series of nuclear tests There were no details to what type tests were carried out but pre sumably held in Si beria Information concerning the test explosions presumably was ob tained through checks of radioac tive material in the atmosphere Lewis L Strauss chairman of he U S Atomic Energy Commis sion said in Washington the Rus sians had exploded a nuclear de vice within the past few He said it was the fifth Soviet weapons test announced by the United States in the past eight months Soviet demands for an immedi ate ban on nuclear weapons have long been a stumbling block in EastWest disarmament negotia tions U S Pilot Plan The U S pilot plan for testing disarmament controls was pre sented by Harold Stassen special assistant on disarmament to Pres ident Eisenhower It calls for the United States and the Soviet Union each to open up to square miles of their territory to inspec tion teams representing the five U N subcommittee members Britain France Canada Russia and the United States The inspection teams would carry out various forms of ground checks make aerial photographs make tests of port control and then report back to the subcom mittee with their findings in Assam About The Weather Mason City Considerable clourii ness through Friday Not much change in Thurs day nitfht but warmer Friday Low Thursday night 24 high Friday 45 Iowa Generally fair with little change in temperature through Thursday night Increasing cloudiness warmer Friday Low Thursday night 2026 northeast 2632 southwest Minnesota Cloudy with scattered light snow Thursday night Warmer northwest portion Fri day cloudy and warmer Low Thursday night 030 west and south 1020 northeast High Fri day 2835 northeast to 3545 west and south GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 41 Minimum Wednesday night 19 At 8 Thursday Precipitation Trace of snow YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Iowa Pilot Died of Exoosure WASHINGTON James Francis Hogan 31 of Iowa City was identified by the Air rorce Wednesday night as one of two pilots who died of exposure Tftor parachuting into the North from an F89 Jet Inter ceptor The other pilot was 1st Lt Bobby T Jennings 23 Lnbbock Tex Hogans wife Mrs Gloria Ann Hogan lives with her broth er Paul Kelly at Northampton II His mother is Mrs Ellen T Hogan Iowa City The pilots umped when they ran out of fuel n a flight over Iceland Tuesday Fishermen directed by a Danish Flying Boat picked the men out of the icy water but they lied later at a hospital at Reyk avik NEW CAST GOSHEN Ind UP Elevcn earold Susan Hoke was happy vhen a cast was removed from her fractured leg and she could o out and play She fell and Koke her arm   

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