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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 26, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL N ORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LXM Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 26 1954 Thli Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 171 LAY WREATH AT munist Party boss Nikita Khrushchev J and roses on the grave of Karl Marx at the founder of the Communist ideology Bulganin stands by lays a wreath of tulips carnations Marx was Red Chiefs See Marx Tomb Prepare for Return Voyage u Russ Sailors Claim Tried Coercion tors who leave for British and Soviet experts worked meanwhile on the final draft of a communique summing up thej talks The joint statement scheduled to be made public soon after mid night about 5 was expected tostate that the talks made progress on such lesser is sues as BritishSoviet trade and cultural contacts But no sub stantial agreement was antici pated on the major world prob lems discussed the explosive Middle East situation disarma ment and German reunification Stood Fast From all signs both the Brit ish and Russians stood fast on previous policies toward the ma jor issues However the Eden government was reported fairly pleased with the talks It was said the British thought the conference had set the basis for further consultations with the Kremlin and possibly had narrowed the gap of East West differences slightly After placing the wreath on Marxs grave the Russians drove back to their hotel to get ready for a flying trip to Scotland The flight to Edinburgh was the last major event of their 10day stay in Britain Slight Push There was a possibility the vis it might have given a slight push talks with his Russian visi WITH GOP SUPPORT Martin Predicts House Will Approve Demo Highway Bill WASHINGTON Republican Leader Martin of Massa chusetts predicted Thursday the House will pass the Democratic sponsored highway bill by a substantial margin and with the sup port of most Republicans Martins forecast and a similar one from Speaker of the House Ray burn DTex indicated a shooin victory for the measure on which the House opened Thursday House leaders scheduled five hours of debate on the bill Be cause of expected floor fights over some secondary provisions they anticipated no final vote un til Friday Sponsored by Rep Fallen D the bill would provide fori 51i billion in new federalstate Committee of U farmeis to sur DroughtStudy Group Picked DES MOINES UP Gov Leo Hoegh Thursday appointed a Soviets Seeking Trade Success of Trip Debated By B J CUTLER New York HeraldTribune News Service Special to the GlobeGazette MOSCOW Those inveterate Communist traveling Soviet Premier Nikolai A Bul janin and Communist party chief Nikita S their most wary customer to date when hey tackled their official visit to Great Britain Every resource of the Soviet ropaganda machine was mobi ized to make their visit a suc cess Its unlikely however that hey achieved their goal Unlike the old ruler Stalin who raveled abroad rarely and re uctantly Messrs Bulganin and Khrushchev are men on the move who pack their bags at the drop of an invitation when they see a chance to score a point for their side First Trip Stalin had been in his tomb a year and a half when in the fal of 1954 Khrushchev then as now rirst Secretary of the Eussiar Communist Party and Bulganin not yet Premier journeyed to Red China to cement relations with Mao TseTung The next summer they were off again to Titos Yugoslavia which had been expelled from the Cominform and was estrangec from the Communist bloc Since that visit Yugoslavia has been moving to the world Communis position Last fall and winter the pair made perhaps their most sue cessful tour Bearing gifts and praise for the newly independen nations of Asia and sharp word for the colonists and imperialists they swept through India Burma and Afghanistan Soviet Orbit In the period since that visit the neutralist positions of In dia and Burma have impressed some persons in Moscow by their proximity to the foreign policy editorials in And Af ghanistan has appeared to be en tering the Soviet economic orbit The target that Messrs Bulgan in and Khrushchev have selected roadbuilding over the next 13 years That includes billions or a system of in terstate superhighways 90 per cent federally financed To help pay the cost highway user taxes would be increased in a 16year period This includes a pennyagallon rise in the federal gasoline tax o 3 cents AJl Aaiuitja LU a ui vey the Iowa drought situation i for their curernt visit is described and recommend to him what ac tions he should take The committee of which State Secretary of Agriculture Clyde Spry will serve as chairman will meet in the governors office next Monday The other committee members are Rep G T Kuester Griswold in the Moscow press as the second most powerful military and eco nomic force in the Soviet Union The argument fol lows that if these two powers can establish friendly relations the prospects for peace in Europe will be improved A vast campaign opened up EDWARD ARNOLD Actor Edward Arnold Is Dead at 66 HOLLYWOOD WVVeteran ac tor Edward Arnold died un pectedly early Thursday of a cerebral hemorrhage He was 66 His wife Cleo was at his bed side when he succumbed in their lome at suburban Encino His Jhysician soninlaw Dr William Orlando of nearby North ridge determined the cause of death 49th Year Arnold for whom this was the year in show business re cently returned from making a movie The Ambassadors starring Olivia de Havilland in Paris Two weeks ago he appeared m television and he was planning1 to start an other movie in New York soon He formerly starred in the Mr President radio series The heavyset deepvoiced ac tor was born Guenther Schneider in New York City Feb 18 1890 Bond Drives In the World War n period Arnold helped organize the U S 0 and various war bond drives He was cofounder of the I Am an American foundation and helped bring about the annual ob servance of I Am an American Twelve days ago the Edward Arnold Chaptef of the San Fer nando Youth Foundation was dedicated at Encino The family asked that in lieu of flowers do nations be sent to the foundation a San Fernando Valleywide serv ice organization Besides his widow Arnold eaves three children Mrs Or ando Jane Ebright Northride Soviet disarmament plans being discussed here by the five nation U N disarmament sub committee President Eisenhowers special disarmament adviser Harold Stassen arranged for a special meeting late Thursday on the arms question with Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Gromy ko The entire Soviet and delegations to the fivepower talks were to participate Informed quarters said the other three powers taking part in the arms conference Britan Canada and not ob ject to the private Soviet talks Highway legislation has had Numa Cedric Hal1 rocky in this Congress SAMi Mick traffic dealb la nail Si here in Moscow based on a single word Trade Trade Ties Anderson The emphasis here is on the Keen DeWitt Harjtraditiona trade ties between Sedition Law Used First Time SAN FRANCISCO John William Powell indicted by the government in its first use of a 1953 sedition law says the charge that he used his China Monthly Review in Shanghai to thwart American military prog ress in the Korean war is com pletely Powell his wife Sylvia and Julian Schuman New York all were named in one grand jury indictment Wednesday Twelve other counts arc lev elled against Powell who is charged with publishing issues of the review which accused the United States of being internally corrupt pursuing a morally unjustifiable foreign policy attempting to exterminate the peoples of Korea and China with germ warfare and poison gas testing germ warfare wea pons on Korean and Chinese prisoners and spreading small pox in North Korea These statements the indictment charges Powell knew were false and I think theyre pushing this a little Powell told the As sociated Press when informed of the indictment Certainly neither Sylvia nor I have done anything seditious Thats com pletely untrue What we have done is to have expressed very openly and vigorously our opinions on what has happened in China and on our governments for eign policy in rAII About Officials Told to Leave Sharp Note to Moscow FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES Five Soviet sailors charged Thursday that officials tried all means to force them to re main in the United States after they decided to return to the So viet Union The sailors crew members of the Soviet tanker Tuapse said in a news conference at Moscow that immigration officials police and representatives of the world church service attempted to dis suade them from returning to the The sailors said the authorities told them all kinds of horrors even death awaited them in Russia Protest Note The State Department late Wednesday handed a protesting Soviet Ambassador Georgi Zaru bin a note ordering out of this icountry Aleksandr K Guryanov DBS M01NES UP A compvoand Nikolai Turkin members of mise plan under which Iowas United Nations dele i 1 1 iii Til A n 1 nn AP Wirephoto FIRED Alexei Cepicka was fired Thursday as Czechoslovakias deputy pre mier and defense minister He is the soninlaw of the late President Klement Gottwald He was accused of practicing the cult of the or Stalinism Tax Proposal Would Affect Some Colleges The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy Thursday night and Friday occasional showers Continued mild Low Wednesday night 3538 High Friday 5863 Iowa Mostly cloudy Thursday night and Friday Scattered showers redeveloping noilh west Thursday night spreading over state Friday Few thun derstorms south Friday after noon Warmer northeast Thurs day night Colder northwest Friday otherwise little change in temperatures Low Thursday night 30s northeast 40s south west Minnesota Flurries colder vate colleges would have to paj iaxes on any Income properv ac quired after July i 1958 was laid before the Iowa Tax Study Com mittee Thursday It was approved Wednesday by he general groups property tax ubcommittee and awaited action by the full committee Local Units The study committee had been asked to remove present exemp ions entirely on the grounds that local tax units suffer by loss of property removed from the lax rolls The private schools which depend upon endowments pro tested The property tax subcommittee also recommended that existing law requiring assessment of prop erty at 60 per cent of actual value be changed to read not to exceed 60 per More Aid The schools subcommittee seeking funds for more state school aid deferred action on a proposal to tap homestead tax credits and agricultural land tax credits as a source of revenue This group approved a new for v jLJuiiijutj and William Arnold West Losi GlobeGaxctte weather data upibe paid Angeles and a stepson Michael1 Paris Los Angeles S gation The note also criticized the head of the delegation Ar kady Sobolev The note said Guryanov and Turkin were guilty of exceert ng the scope of their official ca pacity as members of the Soviet N delegations staff While the U S note chided So bolev it did not demand his re call It went no further than to re quest Moscow to tell Sobolev and his staff to mind their busi ness henceforth Officials said Guvyanov and Turkin were guilty of improper action because status did not permit them to go to the Idlewild Airport as they did with the seamen and shepherd them through an immigration hearing as they left the country If per formed by a duly accredited con sular official such things are all right Closed Consulate Russia closed its New York con sulate in 1948 The Soviet sailors told nearly 200 correspondents that they sought asylum in the U S only to get out of Nationalist China SHOTS MISS MIAMI shots fired Wednesday night by an unseen gunman narrowly missed Bert Soss prominent Miami and New York union organizer to 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 61 Minimum Wednesday night 29 At 8 Thursday Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 42 04 Inch 67 42 in October 1955 we were taken to the United States lo four other statement continued There I he formula provides that aidsocalled wards from the world will be paid to school districtschurch service were attached to maintaining high schools in wcre surrounded by agents next year However beginning in frnd persons hostile to the Soviet 195758 the aid would be cut each year for districts with fewer than 500 in average daily attendance sailors said they found in a newspaper story the address r Whilc both President traditionai trade ties between cr and Dem0cratic leaders CIaHBritnin and the Soviet Union M1nrn ren 1 claimed the need for a big stepup in roadbuilding both Eisenhow ers and a Democratic bill were rejected by the House last year in a dispute over financing In the showdown vote 164 Republi cans teamed with 128 Democrats to kill the Democratic version 292123 More Showers Likely for State Parts of Iowa got rain showers again Thursday morning but the Weather Bureau said precipitation amounts would be light A band of scattered light show ers began in northwest and west central Iowa early Thursday and moved rapidly northeastward Sioux City had 18 of an inch of rain early Thursday and Spencer ot 07 Mason City reported 04 More showers were expected fo levelop in northwest Thursday night spreading over most of the state Friday I v fc J ur WIIIUU k aro officiaUy described as k Rockwell City William E having heen 5evercd by thp Ic r4 T XT N war restrictions imposed on hap less Britain by the United States Hoegh said he named three The real reason for the resfric members from the 7th congresjtions it is said in Moscow is a sjonal district because the drought plot by American imperialists is worst there There is one comto grab British markets mitteeman from each of the seven In the drive to make friends other districts with England Soviet editorial writers are evidently operating A FINE THING under wraps The issues of Brit METAMORA 111 colonialism and repressions on rishioners of St Marys Catholic Church had planned an outdoor procession Wednesday to pray for rain but had to call it off It was raining too hard Sports Bulletin CHICAGO UP Ohio State University Thursday was placed on probation by the Big Ten for no less than one year and was banned from Rose Bowl compe tition during the period of pro bation because of irregularities in the work program for ath ouu ui civciiiKc ciauy aiieruuince Lllc auuiebs and their aid would end in lOGtB iof a Sovict United Nations repre jientative and cautiously made their way to his home where they were given a warm brotherly i Their wards and immigration oificjals tried to talk them out of jleaving the U S as they boarded i a piano in New York the men said Cyprus have mysteriously disap peared from the newspapers Nutter Files Appeal on Death Sentence DES MOINES UP An appeal from the sentence which directs that Warren Jack Nutter 18 Freeport shall die on the gal lows Feb 18 1957 was filed in jthe youths behalf with the Iowa Supreme Court Thursday Nutler originally pleading innocent nnrt later pleaded guilty to murder inj A BROTHER AT seven Newton sisters dressed alike in mums Jan 5 shotgun slaying of their mother greet a certain somebody they have been wishing fora babv tlfl rt o CO i 1 t i 1 t rt t i fm MeJcher Man Victim of Gun Accident MELCHER Hoch 15 was shot to death accidentally Into Wednesday when a 12 gauge shotgun went off as he took it out of a truck Joseph and his brother Daniel 12 had gone out on the farm of their father about four miles southwest of here to shoot stray clogs that had been bothering their sheep and turkeys Authori ties said the doublebarreled shot gun discharged as he picked it up off a seat of the truck Harold Pcarce 52 Independence policeman r i LiiBjk T lj I I 1 i t 1 I V I I iillllllk I I I V I J I 111 flfM Mrs Edward Newton Southhoro holds Edward Francis who is aweek old He represents the first male born into the family DRIVER OF MONTH DES MOINES iffiJack Shinn 39 Evansdalc who has a record of more than a million miles of commercial driving without an accident Thursday was driver nf the mouth by he Iowa Motor Truck Assn   

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