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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NiWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXll AMocUted Press and United Press Full Leuc Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 15 1956 This Paper oi Two NO m Arms Might Unchanged D Eden Given Confidence Vote in Frogman Case No Moves i by Officers to Resign Denman to Launch Shift DBS MOINES David Herrick of the State Highway Patrol said Tuesday he still had not received resignations from any patrolmen involved in trans fers or reassignments announced Monday At Knoxville Monday night Pa trolman Stan Huston announced he was resigning effective Wednesday the date when the transfers take effect When anyone turns in his badge and pitsol I will consider it a Herrick said Nine transfers were announced and four of the men involved have voiced protests Herrick stressed again that the transfers are simply the routine kind of thing which occurs fairly fre quently in administration of the Own Probe Rep William Denma DDes Moines announced Tuesday he will conduct his own investigation of the transfers Huston and claimed they were being trans ferred because theyhad not writ ten enough traffic tickets Both Herrick and Gov Leo Hoegh denied this was involved Huston said he could not trans fer to Oakland because he is buy ing a home in Knoxville At Marshalltown Patrolman Richard Mason said he would ac cept reassignment to Fort Dodge but it will be under He paid Herrick told him I was dragging my feet here and that a transfer would give me a fresh Under Par Partolman Dale Goodwin Mar shalltown transferred to Guttenberg said Herrick told him his activity was not up to par In February we were told by the district sergeant and lieuten ant that we were doing fine Goodwin said Goodwin and Mason said they were expected to drive miles a month on patrol which figures out at about 210 miles each 10 hour day At Boone petitions protesting transfer of Kenneth Bolz to Har lan were in circulation The peti tions said We know of his per sonal character and feel his re moval to be a definite loss to this AP Wlrephoto TO SERVE WHITESDr A L Reynolds Topeka has accepted an invitation to be come pastor of the Sixth United Presbyterian Church in Chi cago which is an allwhite con gregation It is believed to be the first time that a Negro was called by a white congregation in Chicago French Chiefs Welcomed at Russ Capital MOSCOW Premier Guy Mollet and Foreign Minister ChristianPirieau flew to Moscow in warm spring sunshine Tuesday for talks with Soviet leaders on EastWest affairs Premier Nikolai Bulganin anc Foreign Minister V Molotov welcomed the two Socialists French and Soviet flags flew in the breeze at Ukova Airdrome Mollet is the first top politica figure from the Big Three West ern Powers to visit the capital o world Communism since the enc of World War II The discussions here are ex pected to range over such topics as trade disarmament and North Africa where French concern centers primarily just now on a revolt in Algeria Mollet and Pineau are to talk with Bulganin Molotov Commu nist Party Boss Nikita Khrush chev and others during confer ences starting Wednesday The Premier is returning to Paris Sunday Pineau expects to stay on until May 24 visiting Kiev Leningrad and Armania Following the recent consulta tions in London of British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden with Bulganin and Khrushchev the FrenchSoviet negotiations wil leave the United States the onlj top Western Power which has no yet had such direct contact with the Soviet Union Refuses to Answer All Questions Also Backed on Cyprus LONDON fit Prime Minister Wen won two voles of confi ence by increased majorities Monday night on his refusal to ive the facts about Britains frogman and the govern ment campaign to put down re ellion on Cyprus The Conservatives in the House f Commons beat back Labor mo ions against the government by n 87vote margin on the frog man mystery and by 78 votes on the Cyprus issue Nominally the government has only about a 60 majority wer the combined aborLiberal opposition No Details Despite strong Laborite critic sm Eden refused to give any nore details about the disappear ance of retired naval commander ionel Buster Crabb The 46 yearold war hero was last seen skindiving in Portsmouth Harbor near the Soviet cruiser which rought Premier Bulganin and Sfikita Khrushchev to Britain Implying that further disclos ures might reverse a trend to ward improvement in BritishSo viet relations Eden gravely tolt he House In this business I do not res only on the national interest There is also a very importan international interest I confess that what I care is that the outcome of our discus sions with Bulganin and Khrush chev should in truth prove to be as I have beginning of the beginning Russ Policy I intend to safeguard that pos sibility at all costs I believe tha that is the policy of the Sovie eaders and it is for that reason that I deplore this debate and wil say no The Admiralty has said onlj that Crabb disappeared while making diving tests and is pre sumed In a statemen widely taken as confirmation tha he diver was spying Eden told the House last week that Crab was operating without authori ation and what was done wa done without the authority o Cabinet He addec that disciplinary action was being taken The government also expressei regret to the Soviets after the protested in a diplomatic note There still were demands tha side issues be cleanedup sue as punishment for the men re sponsible for Crabbs last swim AP Wircphoto NOVEL AIR CONDITIONING Millie Anderson 19 shares a laugh with her friends as she sits nearly waist deep in the cooling water of the Reflecting Pool at Wash ington D C A secretary Miss Anderson was seeking from 92degree heat Monday by cooling her feet she slipped The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy wit little change in temperatur Wednesday high middle 60 Fair and cooler Tuesday night low 4045 Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesda night Mostly fair Wednesday Cooler northeast Tuesday nighi Remainder little change in tern perature through Wednesday Low Tuesday night 4247 north 4752 south Five day Iowa Temperature Tuesday night through Sunda will average 6 to 8 degrees be low normal with cooling tren first couple days warmin about Friday and cooling o the weekend Normal low tern peratures 47 north to 51 south Normal highs 7174 Minnesota Partly cloudy cool GlobeGazette weather data u to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 65 Minimum Monday night 43 At 8 Tuesday 57 YEAR AGO Maximum 79 Minimum 53 But Says Cuts Are Good Sign WASHINGTON of Slate Dulles said Tuesday Rus sias proposed armed forces cul would nol appreciably alter Soviet military power But he said the United States welcomes it insofar as it indicates a policy of abstaining from the use of violence in international relations The men who are to be taken out of uniform according to the Moscow announcement Monday may readily be put to making ROBIN DELAYS mother robin looks unconcerned despite the fact that she is holding up the launching of a 45foot cabin cruiser at Davenport She built her nest directly behind the propeller of the vessel owned by Richard Zeb Moline 111 Until she hatches out the four blue eggs Zeb wont put the boat into the water Hill Criticizes Daylight Time at Capital DES MOINES M The day ight time controversy in Des Moines took a new turn Tuesday when Howard Hill president o he Iowa Farm Bureau unleachec sharp criticism of the Des Moines ity Councils action Hill said the Farm Bureau may ask the 1957 Legislature to ban daylight time in any Iowa city The Des Moines Council voted 32 Monday to have city employe o on DST from May 20 to Sept 23 The council action is legally applicable only ot municipal gov ernment operations Farm spokesmen had opposed he ordinance Hill said Tuesday believes the Des Moines action will be a setback for attempts to ive cities more representation in he Legislature My Hill said is that the rural interests in the Legisla ure will feel that if a city like Des Moines wont give farm folks a little consideration on a thing likedaylight time why shoulc they give Des Moines considera tion on more representation in the Farm people said that if Des Moines retailers follow the leac of the Council it will make more difficult to get to town in time to do their shopping The Statehouse and State Fair are going to remain on standan time The post office said it wouU remain on standard time because its operations are geared to train and bus schedules SAME Black flaj mean irafdo death In 24 hours HBOMBS BEING MADE SMALLER WASK1N GTON Gen Nathan F Twining Air Force chief of staff dis closed Tuesday that H bombs have so re duced in size that they can be carried by light bomb ers such as the B66 Twin ings statement was one of the first official indications that the Hbomb can be car ried by planes other thafl heavy bombers such as the B36 and the B52 Private Plane Crash in Indiana Fatal to 8 Men JEFFERSONVILLE Ind Eight persons were killed Tues day when their twinengine plane crashed in a rainstorm with a terrific jar and terrible explo sion on an Indiana farm across the Ohio River from Louisville Ky The Lockheed plane owned by the Crane Plumbing Chicago was carrying executives of the firm to a plumbing and heating convention in Louisville The craft was only a few min utes away from Standiford Field in Louisville when it nosed down witnesses said and crashed into a miiddy field at a 45 degree angle Police made these identifica tions J A McMurry director o branches J A Dwyer vice pres ident George L Erwin vice president C E Towner assist ant to the vice president in charge of heating G G Lindholm a de partmental manager Fred J Wilkey special representative Randy Miiherin pilot and Roberl Robinett copilot HEARING DELAYED BOONE of a peti tion filed by the Iowa Board of Social Welfare to force the Boone Biblical College to close its board ing home for children Tuesday was recessed indefinitely Brakeman to Lose Payment for Injury NEW HAVEN Conn rny said Raymond G Ca hill You mean they arc going to take it away The 24yearold railroad brake man was talking about he was awarded by a District Court jury for injuries received while working on the New Haven Railroad A reporter had just told Cahill that the U S Supreme Court which upheld the award last fall had reversed itself and sent the suit back to a Circuit Court Money Paid The railroad already had paid Cahill the money and he has spent a good part of it Ill be honest with he said I have three children and I bought a piece of property and Im building a nominally priced house on it about I paid all my bills about and I bought a station wagon I havent even bought a suit of clothes for As Cahill talked to the reporter on the telephone a woman at his home started to sob in the back ground No Shift Seen in Russian Air Power Quarles Twining Back on Stand WASHINGTON Iff Two Air Force leaders testified Tues day the announced cutback ir Russian military forces will not reduce Soviet airatomic power oi the means of increasing it Both Secretary of he Air Force Qunrlcs and Gen Nathan F Twi ning chief of air staff told n Sen ate Appropriations Subcommittee lhat the United States should ex ercisc the greatest caution towan changing any of its own plans a a result of Moscows announce mcnl that men will be cut from Soviet forces Airborne Units Quarles suid that apparently only of the announced So viet reduction arc in airborn divisions Chairman Chavez DNM the 54 Verdict my Cahill up said Thats Ill have to hang up now Ive been disappointed so many times one of us has kind of got to keep from going to The Supreme Courts decision Monday was 54 Last fall it was 54 in upholding Cahills award Cahill claimed to have been partly paralized by injuries to his spine he received when struck by a truck while he was flagging traffic behind a stalled train here He said he was told to work in a dangerous place without being warned of the danger DRIVERS STRIKE DETROIT than 500 Greyhound bus drivers went on strike Tuesday halting service between cities throughout Michi gan and in suburban Detroit asked whether the Soviet nounccmcnt would make c h a n g e in Air Force requests for funds for Ihc fiscal year that begins July 1 The answer to lhat was no Twining said ha an an the requested biliions for next 12 months was an that more monQUARLES cy could be spent But be said i will result in having 137 wing on board although some facilitic will be short but the wings will b there in Initial Requests Twining said initial Air Fore requests were for aboui 20 billio dollars but this had been trim me with an understanding that re quests for the 1958 fiscal yea would be larger Twining said the Soviet an nouncement may be an indicatio that the Russians are trying t encourage peace in the world bi added We should be careful to ioo at it from all Quarles said the Soviet mov be a belated new look a military may their Youth Slays Mother Over Use of Auto CHICAGO UP A 15 year ol school boy admitted M o n d a night police said he fatall stabbed his mother because h wanted her car and I knew sh wouldnt give it to The youth John L McKiernan was quoted by police as sayin he stabbed his mother Mrs John nie Louise McKieman 39 with butcher knife with a sixinch blad when she returned home from work Monday iclear weapons Dulles told nvs conference The K r e m 1 i n announcement lerefore does not provide a asis for reducing U S armed trenglh he said Anyway Dulles reminded this ountry has cut its forces by more urn nine million men since World Var a level of a less than three million Tho United Dulles aid in a comment volunteered t the outset of his weekly mcet ng with reporters welcomes he Soviet announcement of its ntenlion to reduce its armed orccs by men within he next year if this proves to e evidence of an intent to forc o the use of force in intcrna ioiuil affairs Greater Manpower However the obvious explana ion is Uie need for greater mnn owcr in industry and agricul Expanding this point in rc ponso to questions Dulles said hat the Soviets have been badly Dverextended because they have ecn trying to build up general nduslry produce new weapons cope with an agricultural crisis and develop a foreign aid pro ram The easiest place they could cut he said was in the manpower of their armed forces A reporter said Dulles seemed to imply he would rather see the manpower continued in uniform Dulles snid that in fact he would rather have the Russians standing around doing guard duty than making atomic bombs Keep Guard Up In Congress Sen George D GM said he thought the Russian announcement was possibly en couraging George chairman of tho Senate Foreign Relations Committee said he felt the So viet announcement ought not to be hastily dismissed without care ful We shouldnt let our guard down but we ought to be quite willing to make a careful exam ination which will take George said COMPARISON OF ARMED FORCES WASHINGTON UP A glance at the size of Russian and American military forces men under arms of which are in an army of 175 divisions A navy of about 600 warships incuding 400 sub marines and airplanes And a air with planes in combat units United under arms of which men in an army of 20 divisions 13 regiments and 127 antiaircraft battalions A navy with 402 warships 567 other ships and planes of all types including marine A 800man Marine Corps with three divisions and three air wings A air forct with 128 wings and air craft of all types OleoRunning Is Big North Iowa Business By UNITED PRESS Margarinerunning has be come a big business along the border between Southern Min nesota and Northern Iowa A gas station operator at Northwood describes a typi cal situation this way A man from St Paul stops in every three weeks and buys worth when he comes to visit his The station operator says the man then pays for the trips by re selling the margarine to friends back A grocer at Kensett tells of truck drivers buying 10 or 15 cases at a time He says they buy the margarine for seven dollars a case and probably sell it in the Cities for A tourist court operator at Northwood says Some of our customers make special trips from well up in Minnesota just to buy margarine for them selves and their At Albert Lea a supermar ket owner says Minnesotas ban on yellow margarine sales costs him lots of business and that hed like to see the law changed All these statements are evi dences of a thriving business resulting from the legalization of yellow margarine sales in Iowa while Minnesota contin ues its ban on the colored spread The colored margarine sells for less in Iowa thanthe doityourself variety with a bead of yellow dye packaged with white margarine in Min nesota Scores of small business places in other communities in Iowa advertise colored marga rine on big permanent signs outside One Northwood which is five miles south of the Minnesota border says 99 per cent of his sales are to custom ers going into Minnesota An other merchant at Kensett says margarine is the biggest single item sold at his small grocery Some merchants feel that Minnesota should follow Iowas example and legalize colored margarine One said Minneso tans go to Iowa to buy oleo and wind up buying all their gro ceries Another store owner says area farmers have warned him that if he ever advertised un colored margarine they would start shopping someplace else He adds When I carry their groceries out to their cars Ill sometimes see a case of colored margarine from There are no official figures on just how widespread the traffic is or how much of the oleo purchased in Iowa is re sold after reaching Minnesota There is nothing in the state law to prevent Minnesotans from bringing colored oleo in to the state for their own use A State Department of Agri culture official at St Paul says inspectors for the department are almost helpless to stop the traffic in oleo Most of the re sales are to neighbors and friends and are almost impos sible to track down or to prove   

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