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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER T H AT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIH Associated tad United Press FuU Wirei Seven a Copy MASON CSTY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 13 1957 ThU Papw CooiliU ol Pout Ill Plane Hit by China Gunfire Navy Craft Is Damaged WASHINGTON h e Navy said Wednesday one of its carrier borne planes receved some dam age fired upon by Chinese1 Communist shore batteries about eight miles off the China coast Wednesday The plane flying off the carrier Hornet reported that it changed course to the eastward when Communist guns opened up and that no one aboard was injured The Navy issued a brief state ment after the incident had been reported by the Peipirig radio The Navy said the plane not otherwise identified was on a routine training flight of the Chinese coast in t h e Formosa Strait area Hazy Weather The Navy said the plane was fired on and received damage by Communist Chinese antiair craft at about 4 pm local time 12 midnight The Navy said the incident oc curred in hazy weather and that it appears that the aircraft con cerned was to the westward of its plotted position being about eight miles off the coast whenit was fired on The plane was flying on a north easterly course when the Com munist battery opened fire the statement said It added that the plane imme diatelychanged course to the eastward and returned to the carrier Hornet The circumstances of the inci dent are already under investi gation by the Navy the state mentsaid tt The Navystatement said noth ing about afny other plane al though the Peiping broadcast had said the Hornet sent up 66 sorties and that four Chinese Nationalist jet fighters joined in twcr of them being shot down The Hornet was traveling north eastward from Hong Kong at the time It is routine for aircraft when under way to launch planes for training pur poses The Navy statement made no mention of the US plane having returned fire The Navy said only that It immediately changed course and left thescene In the nearly seven years since the US fleet started patrolling the Formosa Strait its aircraft and surface vessels have been in the area constantly but their pa trol courses have generally kept American warcraft m ore than eightmiles distant from the China coast The Navydescribed the action as an isolated incident1 and that it is not likely to produce any significant repercussions Russ Shift on Disarm ans FOREIGN SHIPS REVIEWED The reyiewingships Canberra followed by the Cruisers Boston and Northampton pass down the line of foreign vessels during the International Navy Review at Norfolk Va AP Wlrcphoto Among the 115 ships inthe greatest of all peacetime concentrations ofnaval strengthen the background are the French carrier Bois Belleaux a Dutch cruiser and two French destroyers 22ND IN LINE SINCE WORLD WAR II Maunouryls New PARIS resigned reluc tant National Assembly Thurs day confirmed Maurice Bour gesMaunoury as Frances 22nd postwar premier by a majority of less than 50 votes The action ended a threeweek Cabinet crisis Both the preballpt debate and the 240194 vote itself reflected Long Heads ForeignAid Cut Drive the Assemblys lack of enthusi asm Seventythree deputies ab stained Maurioury fell 58 votes short of an absolute majority of the Assemblys 595 members But only a majority of those voting was needed to install him Maunourys program on which he took office virtually dupli cates that of his predecessor Socialist GuyMollet The new abinet chief who defense minister promised the Assembly continued vigorous militaryaction against the Al gerian rebels limited political reforms in the rebellious North African territory new taxes and fewer imports to T e b ul 1 d Frances almostgone stock of foreign exchange The new Premier got the sup WASHINGTONUP Sen Long DLa spearheaded a Senate drive Thursday to slash 390 mil lion dollars from the 000 foreign aid bill over the oppo Crusade Definitely to End on July 21 NEW YORK Billy Graham announced Wednes day night that his spectacular crusade to save New York will definitely end July 21 Thus Graham closed the door on what had been a possible ex tension of the crusade even be yond July 21 a date which it self represented a threeweek ex tension beyond the original June 30 closing sermon Hetold report ers his announcement did not mean the crusade team was finished in this area He said he vas unable to reveal at this time plans being formulated for further evangelistic work in the New York vicinity sition of both partyleaders He proposed to cut military assistance for the fiscal yea starting July 1 from to billions and defense sup ports from 800 millions to 710 mil lions Longs figures for the yea starting July 1 are the samea those recommended by the Sen ate Foreign Relations Committe for the following fiscal year Second Year Longs amendments and an other series planned by Sen Morse also would strik out authority for military assis arice and defense supports forth second year and force the admin istration to come back to Con gress next year for new authority for these programs That is the system that has been in effect for previous years but the current measure for the first time would authorize a twoyear program Long made his move as Demo cratic Leader Lyndon B Johnson port of all but eight members of his own Radical Socialist party a middle road group He also was backed by the Socialists arid most of the conservative Independent Republicans Opposing him were the Com munists the extreme right wing Pbujadists and the Assem wolf former Premier France The otherparties abstained Maunpuryat 42 becomesthe countrys yqungest premier since 18831 The average age his14man Cabinet is less than 50 andincludes37yearold Ee lix QaiUard in the key spot of f Theselection of Gaillard was an important factor in gaining the support of the conservatives who acknowledged publicly their faith in his economic back 1 ground and policies But the real testwill come when they find but on what sections of the business community new taxes will fall Maunoury warned the Assem bly that the government will soon be forced to dip into the Bank of Frances billiondollar gold reserves to make ends meet through thesummer He also said nbnmilitary expendi tures must be cut by about 700 million dollars while new taxes must be levied to raise an addi tiohal420 million dollars to help pay for the war in Algeria ate Duncombe Arson Case DES MOINES m state fire marshals office said Thurs day it is investigating a Dun combe furniture warehouse fire which appears to started by parties known Fire Marshal Ed Tex expressed the view it might be dangerous tomake meat axe cuts in the bills totals in ad vance of their examination by Senate and House appropriations committee have been as yet un J Herron said he has no suspects in mind The fire occurred Wednesday night and destroyed a warehouse and contents belonging to the Furniture Retail Outlet Co Fort Dodge Buncombe is near Fort Dodge Herron said there had been no estimate placed on the loss that no one was hurt and that no one was in the building at the tinie The fire marshalsaid his inves tigation was being made at the request of Duncombe officials 7 Slash in Public Works Bill Return to Old Demands HELSINKI Khrush chev Thursday rejected Western proposals for control of disarm ament and nuclear weapon pro diictkm as a screen to mus plans to continue the arms race However the Soviet Commu nist Party boss told a twohour news conference the Soviet Un ion would agree to the establish ment of international inspection posts in the Soviet Union the United Stales Britain andother countries if this would facilitate agreement on Ihe banning of nu clear tests Khrushchev said the Soviet Un ion found quite comical sug gestions to photograph the Arc tic ice This WPS a reference to US proposals that an inspec tion zone be set up outside Eu rope possibly in the Arctic as a starting point fo r EastWest agreement on President Eisen howers open skies plan Attitude Stiffens Khrushchevs remarks made in answer to a reporters ques indicated a stiffening ofthe Soviet attitude on disarmament estern delegates to the current egotiations in London of the U f Disarmament Subcommittee ads indicated thai the Russian icre weije showing signs of anting to reach at least ed agreement with the West The Russian proposal for in pection postsis an old one first ut the Soviets May 0 1955 at the disarmament nc GEORGE ILL Former Sen Walter George of Georgia President Eisenhowers special ambassador to NATO is seri oussiy ill at Atlanta with a cor onary disease Doctors put the veteran statesman in the hos pital immediately on his arriv al home from Washington George is 79 WASHINGTON v louse Committee lashed froin Presiden Eisenhowers public works pro ram Thursday to hew closelj o its 7per cent economy line If the bill proved without change will have cut from otal appropriations of nearly 5 Dillion dollars it has acted on s far this year The funds are for the next fisca year starting July 1 They wer reduced more than 52 million do lars below spending for the pres ent fiscal year The public works measure pro vided new funds for construction planning and maintenance wor by the Army Corps of Engineer the Interior Departments Burea of Reclamation and the Bonn viile Southeastern and Sotit jwestern power administrations The bill contained or the Army Engineers a rcduc ion of requests by Eisenhower had reduced the re quests by more than 13 million dollars before the committee be an work on the proposal Cut from the program were Rathbun and Red Rock reservoirs in Iowa Denies Reprimand WASHINGTON Harold Stassen denied Thursday that he has been reprimanded by Secretary of State Dulles for his private dealings with the Russians on disarmament But he acknowledged he is return ing to disarmament talks in London with new procedural instructions gotiations The Russians pro posed then that international in spection teams be stationed at key points airports and road and rail junctions to check on move ment of troops and military sup plies Three months later Harold Stas sen the US delegate to the arms talks told newsmen that all five AP Wicepholo INDIAN GREETS MAYFLOWER CIIEW Chief Wild Horse ofthe W am pan oag tribe shakos hands with crew men of the Mayflower II at an official reception after the craft arrived at Plymouth Mass The sailors are dressed in 17th century style clothing ofthe original Pilgrims Mayflower Greeted at Plymouth After Voyage of 54 Days PLYMOUTH Mass II replica of the original Pilgrim ship ended her longvoyage from Plymouth England Thursday She entered the harbor shortly after 11 am towodby a Coast Guard craft and surrounded by big fleet of yachts snd other small craft Her1 skipper famed windjamming master Alan Villiers had furled sails just outside the harbor before attempting the narrow channel up to the mooring basin prepared for the Mayflower off historic PlymouthRock Dark skies and hazy weather detracted from the spcclacla froma spectators point of view Church bells pealed a welcome as 92foot bark appeared around jiirnet Light marking the bar jor entrance Mayflowers arrival marked the end of a 5000milej 54day voyage reenactirig the historic trip ol the Pilgrims in 1620 The 180ton squarerigged bark swung into a mooring buoy at Provincetown Wednesday and at dawn Thursday set her sails for Honor Farm Being Crowded Out DES MOINES The nearby Clive Prison Honor Farm even tually will be crowded out of nations on the present location becauseof FIRST RALLY CEDAR RAPIDS Iowa Good Bill I and that they had been told a car Region of the Sports Car Club of This is a good bill Senatewas seen leaving the rear of the minority leader William just before an explosion The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy occa sional showers and thunder storms Thursday night and Fri day High Friday 7580 Low Thursday night 6064 Iowa Partly cloudy little tem perature change through Fri day scattered thundershowers likely east early Thursday night mostly in 60s Minnesota Partly cloudy scat tered showers in extreme south Friday High Friday 7080 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 73 Minimum Wednesday night 60 At 8 a m Thursday 67 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 94 Minimum 69 land RCalif said and one that is entitled to have the support of the Senate It merely sets the out side limits of the funds that will DC provided Both the leaders evidently ex pect substantial cuts in the ap propriations bill but feel that ii the authorizations are trimmed too the final allowances might imperil the program Morse who drafted a minority report against the committee bill opposed the proposed twobillion dollar fund to make loans for eco nomic development abroad over a threeyear period He said Con gress would lose all control over the direction in which the loans would go and only be advised afterwards Deputy Fire Marshals Don Hutchison Storm Lake and John Hanna Cedar Rapids made a preliminary investigation at Her rons request and reported their belief that it Was a case of arson Herron said the deputies re ported that flammable liquid probably was thrown on the floor near a rear door America will hold its First Invi tational Rally at Hawkeye Downs Cedar Rapids next Sunday GETS POST NEW CONCORD Ohio W Chester T R Yeates Dr Des United States Russia Britain France and agreed on ground inspection as a neces sary part of disarmament Confidence TrUtt Khrushchev told the news con ference which he held with Pre mier Bulganin that no system of control can solve the problem of disarmament because it cannot prevent any state from planning aggression if it wantsto The party chief said the prob lem of disarmament could be solved only through confidence lighway improvement and Des Moines residential and industrial expansion a member of the State Board of Control said Thursday Board Chairman Henry W Bur ma added We dont expect this to happen in the next years But is isdefinitely in the picture the 24mile trip to Plymouth where the Pilgrims set foot on the new lane Eight Oarsmen A replica of the open boat la which the Pilgrims cameashore put out from a landing erected near the rock to perform similar service for Mayflowers company It was manned by eight oars men and a coxn all descendants of the original settlers and all great powers Moincs has been elected vice moderator of the United Presby terian Church of North America holding its 99th general assemjlhe press just before boarding a bly special train for Moscow It might er than we expect We think the state should be thinking of buying a large farm somewhere else and transferring the honor farm The board is def and trust particularly among theinitcy jn favor of an honor farm BREDOW DIES Aged Ottumwa Man Is Drowning Victim OTTUMWA ffi Beattie Sin clair 99 drowned in the Des Moines River Wednesday Sherif Cliff Riley said Sinclair appar entry slipped down a 20foot bank while going to a row boat tied up below garbed in picturesque costumes Included were the brothers Spen leer and BenBrewster whosa forbear was Elder Brewster Pilgrim leader At about am a 30foot Coast Guard utility boat towed Mayflower II about a mile and a half from her Provincetowu moor ing so she could sail into wind Trusties from the Fort Madijvvard son State Penitentiary and It was at Provincetown too Anamosa Reformatory arc sent tojthat the original Mayflower made the farm to work while 337 vears ago but Pil mC igrims remained there a month be The State Highway CommissionIfore proceeding to Plymouth powers und so arc ne state penal jnstitu Khrushchev and Bulgamn nietjtjon wardens is acquiring 63 acres of the farm of more than 800 acres It begins just a few miles west of tho Des jMoines west city limits and runs on westward along Highway 6 The 63 acres are to be used for an interchange involving relo cated Highways 6 and 69 under he interstate highway network WATERLOO UP Max Gi Bredow 60 assistant police chief here for 13 years died Wednes day after suffering a heart at tack in a clothing store OCONNOR WED NEW YORK OCon nor 65 head of the National Foundation for Infantile Paraly sis was married Wednesday to Miss Hazel Roy all 43 AP Wircphoto PEGGY HOPKINS JOYCE DIES Peggy Hopkins Joyce muchmarried glamor girl of the 1920s died Wednesday in New York of throat cancer She was 64 Here shes shown in four phases of her life in May 1929 in 1933 when she cele brated repeal of the 18th Amendment a glamorous pose the same year and in 1937 SAME DATE Accepted Tow The reenacted trip also varied widely with the Pilgrim trip of 1620 in another major respect Mayflower II entered Province town Harbor under the tow of a Coast Guard vessel Cmdr Villiers acceded to the urgings of the trips promoters and the Plymouth reception com mittee to stay as close as pos sible to a set timetable So rather than linger only a few miles from the goal until the wind shifted from a southwesterly direction he apparently reluctantly ac cepted the tow far 25 miles i Squarerigged craft such as Mayflower H are notoriously poor fit working to windward and sha might have faced days at sea 1756 a favorable slant of wind
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