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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE MTP u A THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL N 0 R T H J O W A N S N I I Q H 0 R VOL LXII1 Associated Presi and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASONCITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 22 1957 Papar ot Two SecUoniScetioa New US Planes En Hells Canyon Dam Bill Passes Senate lit ute to Newspaper Pays Court Fine for AMOROUS COUPLE ATLANTIC UP The case of the kissing couple in divorce court has been settled happily with a newspaper paying a contempt fine levied by a judge bent on preserving the dig nity of the Court The Atlanta Constitution pleased because a soldier and his provided a newsworthy osculation in a place where rharital squabbles normally occupy the spotlight reimbursed Mrs Grace Reich Friday Fulton Superior Court Judge E E Andrews said he sported Sgt Les Reich bussing Mrs Reich twice decided it was undig nified in his court and fined them each The judges description was overdoing it said Reich You see my husband is Hungarian and very The Reichs were in court as witnesses in a divorce case in volving another couple last Wednesday CALLED MAMUVER Criticized by Russ MOSCOW UP launched a bitter attack Satur day on Americas new disarmament plan One official newspaper termed it a mere maneuver to avoid disarmament A mountain was in labor and a mouse was born said the Moscow Trade Union organTrud Pravda official Communist Party newspaper said there is nothirig new in the proposals put before the United Nations Dis armament Subcommission in London by U S Delegate Harold E Stassen The Soviets indicated bitter Kremlin disappointment at Stas sens presentations it was not immediatelyclear whether they the American plan or the points Stas gen formally introduced at the conference Stassen is expectedto introduce the main American proposals when the subcommissiqn con venes next Tuesday Sovjet Dele gate Valerian Zorin ready has been filled in private ly on the major points according to reports Stassen in his stepbystep explanation of the American plan proposed reduction of tbe armed forces of the United States and Soviet Russia to 2500000 men each He also was reported to have agreed to Soviet demands that control of nuclear tests be in cluded in the first step toward disarmament Stassen however attached a number of strings to make sure there would be a sound safe guarded partial disarmament He made it clear that suspension of nuclear tests must be accom panied by simultaneous progress in reduction of conventional arms Deeds Not Words Key to Dealings With Reds Nixon PLYMOUTH Mass UP Vice President Nixon said Saturday the United States must measure its dealings with Communist na tions by the simple yet pro found test offered by President Eisenhower Deeds not words We can hope the Communist world will change Nixon said we would befoolish not to use every opportunity to bring about this change in a peaceful man ner But it would be foolish to substitute the hope for the deed the word for the act In an address delivered at the Mayflower II celebration observ ing the arrival from England of the replica of the original Pilgrim vessel Nixon declared We must always be willing to seek any real and worthwhile im provement in our relations with Heavy Rains Cover Iowa Rains of up to 2V4 inches drenched west arid north Iowa Friday night and mote showers and thunderstorms were reported in easternIowaSaturday Tornado funnels were reported sighted near Council Bluffs and Hamburg but did no damageFri day night The Weather Bureau said that except for showers in eastern Iowa the rain has ended for a while in the state Thunderstorms late Friday dumped 250 inches of rain at Rock Valley Other points receiv ing more than an inch includec Denison 170 Estherville and Ak ron 150 Logan 129 Sioux City 120 Spencer 116 Osage 113 Council Bluffs 105 and Alton 102 Numerous other points received amounts ranging from Vi inch to an inch Mason City had 67 Cooler air followed the thunder storms and penetrated into cen tral Iowa Saturday morning Top temperatures Saturday were ex pected to be about 10 degrees cooler than Friday First Major Victory for Proponents Controversy Kept Alive WASHINGTON Senate jassed the Hells Canyon Dam bill Friday keeping alive the na ions hottest current dispute be ween private and public powei advocates A 4538 vote sent to the House a bill to authorize one of the worlds highest danis in the deepest can non on the continent The halfbilliondollar federal Mroject would flood the sites oi hree dams whicfai the Idaho Pow er Co has undertaken to build vith the Eisenhower administra ions blessing in the Snake River bordering Idaho and Ore on Major Victory Fridays vote was the first major victory scored by pre dominantly Democratic public rawer proponents in their long ight to get through Congress egislation which has been of fered during both the Eisenhower and Truman administrations TheSenate last year rejected imilar bill by 10 votes Pros lects this year were considered setter in the Senate than in the louse which never has voted on Hells Canyon legislation Even if theHouse should pass he measure the margin in the senate was too small to override any veto by President Eisenhow er Obtained License During the past year Idaho ower Co obtained a Federal 3ower Commission construction icense for its dams the validity of the license was upheld by the US Circuit Court of Appeals and by tha Supreme Court The company has one dam well under construction and plans to complete it next year The three dams will cost an estimated 133 millioa dollars The crucial Senate vote came a day after Idaho Power an nounced it would not accept a fast tax write off on two of it dams Oxbow and Brownlee the Communist world The cold war is not our creation We do not wish to continue it any longer than national security de Warmer west Sunday In carrying out our program of waging peace Nixon continMinnesota Fair and cooler ued we cannot expect complete certainty and agreement at every step CHOPPERS FOUND DES MOINES legis lators are wondering if they lef the teeth out of one of their recently passed measures A se of false teeth was found in th Senate chamber when the Leg islature adjourned last May 9 They still were unclaimed Satur day About The Weather Mason City Partly c 1 o u d j through Sunday Low Saturdaj night 5862 High Sunday nea 80 Iowa Partly cloudy throug Sunday Scattered showers ani thunderstorms mostly east por tion Saturday high 7383 Coo er Saturday night low 5765 3 DIE IN CRASH WASHINGTON ital Airlines training pi a n e crashed Saturday t w o miles north of Clarksburg Md killing the three men aboard Mason Cityan Wounded in Nevada Affray NEVADA Joseph Reiss 49 Mason City steelworker was re ported in serious condition at a hospital Saturday with a gun shot wound in the abdomen He was shot at the home of William Mann here Mann 57 was Jjeing held in the Story County jail Saturday after admitting to Story County sheriffs officers that he firec three 22 bullets through the doo casing when refused t open the door One of the bullet struck Reiss in the stomach Dep uty Sheriff John Stark said tha Mann was undoubtedly suspiciou that Reiss was in town Mann told officers he went i work about Saturday morn rng at a department store here Then he went home to get medi cine he had forgotten the of ficers said When he arrived j home at the front door was hooked He yelled to his wife to open the door She said she could not open it right away because she had company Mann said he tore the handle off the door and then went to the garage and got the 22 Of Confab Sought by Reds Rhee Orders an Alert SEOUL ftfThe United States ias begun preparations to send nodern fasterthansound jet in erceptor planes to South Korea o counter the buildupof Com nunist fighters and bombers in North Korea reliable sources aid Saturday The impending arrival of the jetsequipped with the lat sst radar to intercept attacking planes iii all kinds of vas disclosed as the Communists eacted with bitter words to the J N commands abrogation ol ho Korean armistice ban againsl icw weapons An undisclosed number of FIDOs ilus probably other new jet planes ncluding light bombers is sched lied to land at the big American jase of Osan Monday in the first tep taken by the U N Com nand to modernize its forces In Korea AP wiiephoto Gerald Muiison alill suffering THREE REMAIN IN FAMILY OF miv mimson from shock tightly hugs her only remainingchfd Le oy 5as her husbanc1m S a fatherly arm around the lad Six of the Munsons seven S led in the tornado which swept Fargo N D Leroy and his parents were awly fromhome when the dwelling was demolished The six young victims Were buried SaturrfaV U S Combat Troops to Be tjsfK XV I Japan Quickly WASHINGTON President iisehhower and Prime Minister of Japan agreed FrHay the Jnited States will promptly with draw its combat ground forces rom Japan They said theUS also will substantially reduce the number of other forces within the next year They indicated that the only elements to remain will be small units of the Army logistic Dolliver Girl Is Best Groomed AMES Dolliver girl Saturday was named top Better Groomed 4H Girl of Iowa at the closing session of the State 4H 3irls Club convention She is Faye AnnEvans 17 An honorable mention in the contest wfent to Judith Kay Dean Corwith Another blue ribbon win ner in the Better Grooming revue Sharon Marie Brunsvold Kensett Beth Robie 18Clarion was among three girls named lo rep resent Iowa at the American Leadership Training Camp forces and Air Force and Navy units A joint communique said the United States plans still further reductions as the Japanese de fense forces New Era The threepage statement sum ming up Kishis threeday visit here said the President and Prime Minister are convinced the relations between Japan and the United States are entering a new era It said an early halt of both the testing and the manufacture of nuclear weapons as part of a first step in a safeguarded dis armament program was dis cussed by the two leaders The President told the Prime Minister that the latters views are taken into account in formulating the US position at WrightCounty REA Gets Loan WASHINGTON WVThe Wright County Rural Electric Coopera tive at Clarion Iowa has been granted a loan by the REA the current UN disarmamen session in London Study Problems The statement said the United Stales and Japanagreed to estab lish an1 intergovernmental com mittee lo studyproblems aris ing in relation to the 1951securi ty treaty between the two na tioris The communique said consul tatiOns will be held whenever practicable regarding the dispo sition and employment in Japan of U S forces there On the question of the Ryukyu and Bonin Islands the com muni que said Kishi emphasized the strong desire of the Japanese people on the return of admin istrative control over both areas Eisenhower reaffirmed thai Japan possesses residual sovcr eignty over the ing that ultimately they wouit revert to Japanese control The communique said Eisenhower pointed out however that so long as conditions of threat anc tension exist in the Far East the United Stales will find it neces sary to continue the present sta Itus GlobeGazette weather data u jeers said they arrested Mann to 8 am Saturday without resistance at his hnm Maximum Friday Minimum Friday night 88 63 At 8 am Saturday 70 Precipitation 67 inches YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 97 55 DORSEY ESTATE NEW YORK W Jimmy Dorsey who died of can cer June 12 left personal prop erty of not more than He left no will CMON YOURE DRINKING UP THE PROFITS Joe Jason 2 an entcrpS Isew Beoforrt Mass youngster wonders what to do about Laddie who threatens to liquidate the lemonade business The neighborhood pet without a dime to his name and licked by the current New England heat wave helps himself to Joes lemonade to cool off Truct Violated An American general told the Communists at Panmunjotti Fri day the U N Command would no longer recognize the truce provision against bringing new arms into Korea because the Communists had been violating it since the fighting stopped in July 1853 Newtype arms for American infantrymen are also slated to arrivesoon The United State equipment to the 700000 South Korean troops nianningthe major portion of the 155mile defense line across the peninsula hut fhe South Koreans vill get oniy the type of equip pent which would have been al owed under the oid armistice provision The nejv U S can carry atomic bombs On AUrt South Koreas armed forces went on alert apparently as irecautionary step in view of the Communist reaction to the U N Commands plans President Rhee umselE ordered the move In Pyongyang the North Ko can capital Communist Premier Kirii II Sung proposed an immedi ate conference of all countries concerned in the solution of the Xoreari question He went on to charge in i speech reported by Peiping Radio that United States imperialist are openly talking about introduc ng new weapons into Korea n flagrant violation of the armi slice Kim called for withdrawal of al foreign troops from Korea He did not elaborate on wha sort of conference he had in mint or what countries should partici late but he has called previous for an international conference to write a peace treaty replacing the present armistice Such a conference was held in Geneva in 1954 but failed because he Communists would not agree to free elections to unify the country DR JOSEPH KRIS No Bill for the Hoopers BAY SHORE N Y Thd mediation committee of the Suf folk County Medical Society de cided Dr 11 Kris agreedthat no bill is to be paid by the parents of 7year old Benny Hooper Jr for the phy sicians effortg in the boys res cue froma well at ManorviUev After a threehour hearing the committee handed down a state ment which upheld the any doctor to render a biflbut said that Dr Kris who hacHirst presented a bill to the Hoopers had Vdelermined the amount of his charge while un der the mistaken impression that a considerable sum of money ear parked for medical had been received by iiy Doctor AffrMs The committee said that it be licves that if a bill has been rendered and a f amity lacks money to pay it the bill should be adjusted within the limits the familys ability to pay K added In this Dr Kris agrees In view of the facts esta lished the committee hag there fore decided and Dr Krijr agreed that there will be no bill to the Hoopers This is in the best tradition of medicine Polio Fund At an informal news conference after the reading of the state ment Dr Kris and the Hoopers decided that air money received and earmarked for medicalpur poses will be donated to the Na tional Foundation forInfantile Paralysis Mrs Hooper said she didnt know how much money this amounted to but she thought there was one check marked for medical purposes1 Woman Killed in Accident With Underage Driver WASHINGTON Mrs George Morrison about 75 die Friday evening of injuries sh received in a car accident involv ing an underaged driver James Mulac 14 Mrs Morrison was the mother of Washington County Atty Gif ford Morrison She was injured and her husband hospitalized Tuesday night when a car driven by Mulac went out of control on loose gravel on a country road three miles south of here and collided with the Morrison car Authorities said Mulac who will be a sophomore in high school next year had a school driving permit which is in forte when he is accompanied by a licensed driver They said he was alone and he had taken the car with out the permission of his parents who were in Chicago Mulac was in good condition at the Washington County Hospital 4 Killed 10 Hurt in Army Camp Training Accident FT SILL Okla bystand ers at a public demonstration watched an artillery shell fell amoong members of an attacking infantry battalion here Saturday killing four soldiers and injuring 10 The accident occurred on the east artillery range at a place known as Adams Hill Members of the 522nd Infantry Battalion were moving up the hill in a mock attack supported by artil lery Kren said a short round from an as yet unidentified gun fell into the group Helicopters which were taking part in the exercise rushed the dead and injured to the base hospital It is not known if any of the in jured is in critical or serious con dition Kren said no names of he dead will be released until next of kin have been notified SAME CBUck flic traffic 24   

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