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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for th MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE U m hlEtUeniitvn HI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A L L N ORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Prew and United Full Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGUST 7 1954 This Paper Consists el Two One No Judging Commences at N Iowa Fair Ike in Note to Bulgonin Atom Freeze Again Urged WASHINGTON tf President Eisenhower called Tuesday on Russias Premier Bulganin to do more to realize the hopes which were born at our meeting at Ge nexn11 a vrsr neva a year ago In a personal letter o the So viet leader Eisenhower also urged anew that Russia agree to Eisenhowers earlier proposal to freeze production of atomic weap ons He also sounded a new ap peal for the Soviets to reconsid er their rejection of his open skies aerial reconnaissance pro posal The President in effect turned down Bulganins proposal that the West match Russias announced move reducing the size ot its armed forces by men New Approach The letter to Bulganin was in Authorities Continue Search for Iowa Tot Believed Kidnaped at New port Beach Calif NEWPORT BEACH Calif 1B Tuesday continued the search for 5yearold Barbara Blasier Waterloo Iowa who was last seen playing Monday on a sandy beach 25 feet from the placid waters of Balboa Bay Lifeguards dragged the shal low channel for eight hours while the citys 28man police force combed the beach area But no trace was found of the little girl with the pig tails and miss ing front tooth She peared disap while BARBARA on an outing with her father The Mason City council Monday to three pro June 6 proposing what 3 new approach1 to called a sreational faciUtiesand plan was discussion of a fourth put recCharles off sented A real surprise was a petition signed by about 600 Mason Citv ans That petition can force an According to state law 1 nj 0 ia Vi LUC election that would result in a council apparently has no choice municipal swimming pool VtvvblVll i IIVT The signers ask a vote on ainumber of signers is more than bond issue of up to per cent of the voters in the Steel Prices Upped PITTSBURGH Cvsteel prices were pushed upwards an average basically unilateral uninspected armed forces cuts by the big pow ers He coupled the proposal with one for withdrawal of all foreign forces from Germany Eisenhower said he svelcomed Russias move in reducing man power but that it merelyJolloAved earlier moves by this country to steadily reduce the size of its armed forces I doubt thai such reduction of this particular kind as our gov ernments may make in their re spective national interests will contribute effectively to eliminate the fear and the vast cost gen crated by national Per ton Monday by Eisenhower wrote jSteel the uations largest Eisenhowers letter was deproducer livered Tuesday in Moscow byi other companies were expected Ambassador Charles Bohlen 3Ct quickjy to revised in personally handed it to the Soviet e of lhe 34da nationwide Premier stecl strike That strike by members of the United Steelworkers was Ever since the Bulganin letterjsettied Friday vin new threei came in American officials have ear nostrike contracts signed1 been predicting a polite turndown Dv the union Steel and all of In their view the Bulganin other major producers was simbly a new face A check showed that nearly the old Russian plan for of tnc industrys normal of forces without inspection to orcc nas been recalled thai the reductions are real to lhe job as steel companies Eisenhowers reply was to restore production the hospital for major intestinal surgery just after the Bulganin letter came in In recalling the Big Four sum mit conference in Geneva Eisen hower said I must confess that I am greatly disturbed by the de Attend 1st Day New Grounds Dedicated Baby beef judging got under way Tuesday at the North Iowa Fair with a record 390 animals entered Judge Kenneth F u 1 k Des Moines began looking over the beeves at and judging was expected to continue well after 4 Judging of pantry stores and open class rabbits also was launched during the morning Judging of 4H colts and junior and open class saddle horses j which was to have been held Tuesday morning will be held as part of the Rural Youth Day grandstand program Thursday evening Iowa State College extension specialist Norval Wardle whoi was to have narrated a tractor safety skit Thursday afternoon is last city election If more thanjill and his Hiram Hazard and that percentage of voters initiate I Safety Sam skit has been can Cornwell who prejsuch action an election must be celed The judging change was the petition suggested set The council will act on the made to fill out the youth day pro Gordon Blaster and her aunt Maria m Hammer of nearby Costa Mesa Her father and I went into the water but it couldnt have been more than three minutes from the time we last saw her until we came out and couldnt find Mrs Hammer said Police Sgt Earl Stonebach said There is no other conclu sion we can reach under the circumstances We feel the Jit tie girl has been kidnaped prob ably by a sex The Blasiers are in the proc ess of moving west Blasier Barbara and Barbaras broth er Larry 6 arrived here last week and have been slaying at the home of Mrs Blasiers mother Mrs Aida Zedaker at Anaheim Mrs Blasier 26 an expectant mother and two other Blasier children did not make the trip on the advice of her doctor They remained at the home of her husbands parents Mr and Blasier Cedar Falls Meamvhile t h e distraught Mrs Blasier appealed Monday night for her daughters safe return I love Barby very she said and want her back very Mrs Blasiers appeal was transcribed by radio station KWVVL Waterloo and relayed to a Santa Ana station Blasier is a bus driver for the Waterloo Transit Co Blasier said he still was going ahead with plans to move to California He has found a job in the Anaheim area 600 Mason Cityans Petition for Public Swimming Pool finance a pool and juvenile play ground at East Park AUornev that the issue be put to a city wide vote at the regular Novem ber election the petition at its September meet ing Also put off until the councils but to set up the election The Polite Turndown gram Mondays opening festivities at tlie new grounds west of Mason next regular meeting was further j City on Highway were high nt n AJ lighted by an appearance before the grandstand by Gov Leo Hoegh The governor official i dedicated the new site discussion of the American Le golf course The course has been offered to the city for The council considered pur chase of land that would connect West ParkrPajrfcers with the nsw park area the city south of Hoover School Realtor iRichard Romey told the counci MacNider Includes Island The cost of land now underl Community us dedicate these grounds for the good of your son and daughters and your neigl sons and Hoeg he has secured options on 33 jnorth of Willow Creek between j You good people of this com Parkers Woods and the land doimunity deserve commendation nated the city by Gen Hanford congratulations aud thanks fo providing these fine buildings an facilities for 4H boys and girl and The fuure success of the fair on and lies in the hands the com joption is with a few lotsL I possibly to be added to create J0 la better planned area The area includes the island surrounded by two creek branches City Arty Ray Clough was munity he added In the United States people en joy the highest standard of liv authorized by the council to inj Hoegh Although J R DICK METTLER naces with Steel scheduling 34 per cent of capacity opera tions In announcing the awaited price a lower level than gen erally had been Steel said it was reflecting the persistently i t Mettler Gets National Airport Post vestigate bonding procedures for purchase of the land with up to to be included in the bond this country has only 6 per cen of the worlds population and 7 per cent of the land it produces 50 per cent of the worlds goods issue to cover any expansion the park connection area Romey was allowed by thei By the year 2000 council to extend options to Janfaon of lhe United States will be uary with no possession of land more than 30fl miliion or an in contemplated until April or May Romey some time ago was asked by the council to investigate the possibility of securing land to connect the parks Mayor George E Mendon said Romey is work ing on the city project on an hour crease of 84 per cent he ex plained Food Output You can see how important it is that we are skilled in the production he said By providing facilities for 4H and i i riSLTlE COSuS velopmcnts which have occurrediwhich the company is con JR Dick Mettler Manaeorly basis not on commission F members at this fair this since he met with Bulganin The statement saidiof the Mason City MunicS Rinks Productivity will be continued mat time these include the initial higherjport Monday was elected to the city recreation department The Governor was introduced Not Dependable employment costs resulting from board of directors of thp Ampri of tile Pubic school system of the by Leigh R Curran president of can Association of Airport Monday asked the city forjthe North Iowa Fair Assn Russia agreed with the West at Geneva he said that Germany should be reunited by means of the new labor Because Steel is a basic producer turning iron ore and tives Mettler was notified by John f of three new perm free elections But the PresidcntscraP into stevel which is handled Casey director of airports Chi mnnv timoc Jlc l dllUUIlS Uni has this not hap I hear statements added Not only pened but from your side which seem to im ply that your government is deter mined to maintain indefinitely the division of Germany I must confess that I am per plexed as to how we can work to gether constructively if agree ments that are negotiated at the highest level after the most thor ough exploration do not seem de Imany times before its final the prices are not directly visible to the average consumer But they will be reflected all down the line in things made of steel automobiles to wire for backyard fences Youth Hurt When Struck by Auto James Coe about 14 672 14th was injured Tuesday after noon when he was struck by a car as he was leaving the North Iowa Fairgrounds on his bicycle The lad was just east of the High way 18 entrance to the fair grounds when he was struck from the rear by a car driven by Har old Pinta Route 4 The boy re portedly fell over the car hood hit and broke the windshield Early reports indicated that he had a fractured arm and possi ble other Injuries The attending physician said his condition was All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Wednesday with occa sional thundershowers High Wednesday 8285 Low Tuesday night 6265 Iowa Partly cloudy through Wed nesday with scattered thunder showers Tuesday night in south and west High Wednesday 82 88 Low Tuesday night 6268 annual president of the professional organization Mcttler was selected to fill the unexpired term of a director who resigned The duties of the new director begin at once and continue until the meeting in May 1957 The National board of director will meet at Clear Lake this week end for the regular summer meet ing It will be held this year in conjunction with the meeting of would be in addition to the Eastsaid The dedication of a fairgrounds Ot a COmmOn event Park rink The locations suggested are at Agricultural fairgrounds gen Harding Monroe andRoosevelt lwe a tlme he ex schools Several other rink loca tions were used in a joint city school program last winter AD were temporary and J plained Their lives are not measured by years but by de cades and even centuries I ex hat us WUhave ithree in addition to East Park are only the K J to our great reward before asked for this winter The council men asked City En eineer C W Hamblin to study the request and submit a cost esti mate on the rinks in September s a past president The national organization is made up of 450 members all ofi whom are airport managers or civic leaders who hold official po sitions in civil airport manage mcnt The Mason City airport commissioners all have been members of the organization for the past seven years Serving with Mettler on the na T01 be water lines to the rink sites October Draft Call Ordered WASHINGTON De fense Department announced Tuesday that the Army wilt draft thun derstorms Low Tuesday night 5560 north 6065 south High Wednesday in 80s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 82 Minimum Monday aight 56 At 8 Tuesday 68 Precipitation oi YEAR AGO Maximum 9 Minimum 59 rectors and six o f f i c e r s The boanl frequently acts in an ad visory capacity in industrial and government aviation groups Such factors as noise abatement traf fic control and routings are the special province of the board PATTERSON DIES TOLEDO Ohio Patterson 75 editor of the Toledo Blade for 30 years died Tuesday rt October than September more SAME DATE Black neau Oath It janother new fairgrounds will be built in this Robert Miller fair secretary acted as1 master of ceremonies Dr Lloyd A Gustafson pastor of the First Methodist Church gave the invocation and benediction Clyde Spry State Secretary of Agriculture was a platform guest Band Concert A concert by the Mason City High School Band preceded the dedicatory ceremonies Monday nights grandstand show consistedof entertainment by the Movieland Animal Stars and a fireworks display The ani mal show continues Tuesday and Wednesday with free afternoon and evening performances Attendance Monday following the opening of the fairgrounds at 4 was set at by fair officials The figure compares favorably with last years open ing day attendance of per sons The latter figure however was for a full day The fair this year runs seven days It was six days in 1955 V READY FOR NONPOLITICAL Leo Hoegh left holds on to four racing greyhounds in front of the grandstand at the North Iowa Fair The governor was the speaker at the formal dedicationMon day night of the new grounds With Hoegh is Bvr ron Hendricks a performer with the Movieland Animal Stars UN May Get Suez Problem LONDON sources said Tuesday Egypt may rush an appeal to the Security Council in the Suez Canal case ahead of the Aug 16 conference sponsored in London by the Big Three West ern Powers An informant close to President Gamal Abdel Nasser said the were considering complaining to the Security Council that British and French military movements and parliamentary PROGRAM TUESDAY 20th Century Shows on Midway were a threat to peace If an appeal is made he said it would be before the Aug 16 date Band Nora Springs Movieland Animal Stars i n admission free grandstand show WEDNESDAY 20th Century Shows on Midway Cerro Gordo County junior purebred and grade beef heifer judging D i s t r i ct purebred 7 More Killed on Roads Toll Reaches 422 for Year BY UNITED PRESS Seven persons were killed in Iowa traffic accidents Jate Mon day and early Tuesday boosting the 1956 Iowa traffic toll to 422 compared with 341 a year ago Three accidents claimed two lives each Charles Blazek 30 William son farmer and his 26yearold wife were killed and their son Ronald 5 was injured critically in a cartruck collision at a coun try road intersection six miles northeast of Prescott late Mon day Authorities said their pickup truck collided with a car in which Jay Perry 28 and Donald Grill 40 both of Prescott were riding They were hospitalized at Pres cott Gravel Road Aaron Ockerman 69 Allerton died in a Corydon hospital Mon day night of injuries suffered a few hours earlier when his car and a truck driven by Herman Syferd Allerton sideswiped nine miles s o u t h of Corydon on a gravel road A spectacular twocar collision near Ottumwa Monday night claimed two lives A car driven by Max W Mead ows 18 Ottumwa sideswiped a bridge on 34 one mile west of Deputy Sheriff Eu gene Talbey said Vhe Meadotm car flew into the air and came down on the hood of a car fol lowing closely It rolled off the car overturned and caught fires Meadows and Sharon Agee 15 Ottumwa who was riding with him were thrown out of the car and injured fatally Jimmy Yen ger 20 Ottumwa driver of the other car escaped with cuts on his hands Leg Amputated Miss Agee died in an Ottumwa lospital about two hours after the accident Doctors amputated Meadows left leg in an effort to save his life but he died about 2 Tuesday A cartruck collision three beef heifers Cerro Gordo miles east of Council Bluffs on Replies to invitations to the 24i six early Tuesday claimed Jftl0n Conference Called by Brijtwo lives and injured four others j 1 victims were Earl Fer guson 32 Colon and Mrs Alta Luigford St Paul Neb Fergusons wife Mrs Ling fords 62yearold husband and two grandchildren of the Ling fords were injured The children Loretta Potter and her 4year old brother Kenneth both of Falls Church were in fair tain France and the United States were lagging Sir George Young head of the British Foreign Office news de partment announced that at tendance did not imply advance approval of the idea of putting the Suez Canal under internation al control He said Britain France and the United States had agreed upon the principle internation al control and that the confertion condition at Mercy Hospital Council Bluffs Mrs Ferguson and Lingford were in fair condi County lunior purebred pigs district follow judging to junior poul try junior 4H girls county demo nstra tions 4H girls club booths open class open class Gordo County junior market pigs wood A n i m al Stars in admission ence would discuss the idea but Ithat other countries attending could put forward their own pro posals His statement seemed aimed at such invited countries as India Ceylon and Indonesia which have been hesitating over their replies Some diplomats have reported that these countries were holding off because it might appear they were approving the principle of internationalization beforehand Young refused to reply to a news conference question wheth er the British government con sidered itself bound beforehand to any conference decisions Prime Minister Eden has de that Britain is resolved loot to accept the unfettered con St trol of the canal by Egypt jSources close to Nasser on the hand have reported that he was ready to fight rather than permit the canal to pass under international control Nasser scheduled an important j news conference at noon next Sunday An announcement said show and Ansgar Queen of the Furrow contest Movieland Animal Stars in admission free grandstand show West Haven Property Owners Plan Protest Property owners in West Haven are holding a meeting Tuesday at at the West Haven store to protest the building of a junk yard on Highway 106 The land on which the junk yard is planned is on the south side of the highway east of West Haven See story on page meaning a possible reply to the Western in vitation to attend a canal confer ence in London Aug 16 INJURIES FATAL MANNING Schrumm 69 Manning dairyman died Mon day afternoon of injuries received earlier in the day when his barn was blown in by a windstorm Nicholas and Evans Talk at Fertile City Winds Up Centennial Fete threeday Fer tile Centennial celebration con cluded Monday evening with a skit depicting the growth of the Worth County community from its founding by William Rhodes 100 years ago The final day was highlighted by two speeches one by R M Spike Evans Laurens Demo cratic candidate for the Sen ate and the other by W H Bill Nicholas Republican can didate for lieutenant governor of Iowa Evans spoke in the morning following the centennial parade A Century of which was made up of more than 75 floats and lasted an hourand a half The Laurens farmer and once national administrator of the Triple A farm program hit at Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson and Undersecretary True Morse as part of an anti Farm program clique in the partment of Agriculture Evans charged that Benson ani V   

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