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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT u A v r WSPAPIR THAT MAKES A L L NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXII1 Associated Presi wd United Presii Full Least Wlrw Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 24 1957 ThU Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Ml 95 Clean HBomb Unveiled Algona Thompson Men Among 7 Road Victims One Mans Opinion A RadioCommentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO pm Sunday WTAD Quincj S30 gSO pm Sunday WOI Ames pm Xhunday IB City 910 pmi Saturday ForAll of This We Give Thanks TyjORE than once during my 1 travels which took me into sorha 30 countries a few months ago I vowed that never again would I take for granted any of those daytoday small blessings which combine to make life in America more pleasant and se cure than else in the whole world I wasnt thinking of such a big and obvious thing as our form of governmentIts superiority over any other I would encounter on my worldgirdling jaunt was knoijn to me before I set out What I saw and felt in this general realm was actually only confirming a known fact What I did mind were items such as drinking water out of a faucet that doesnt have to be boiled or otherwise treated to in sure me against dysentary or something even worse Beginning with Bali continuing through Jay aj Mid dlevEast including Egyptand the Holy Land Turkey Greece and Russia I pretty much confined myself to mineralwater I can still taste the miserable stuff I wouldntgo so far as to say somewhere be and New York that there isnt tween Honolulu toUet that flushes sat isfactorily But I will say that I and my ac Our OnePrice System to treasure more than ever in the one that most of us take for our oneprice system By the time I got into Russia With southern Europe the middle east southeast Asia and Indonesia behind was so tired of haggling about prices that I never want to engage in it Jeffrey had been reported miss again J ciLtCI lie Lilt In a few I not return home Saturday night didntfind them its just as He was found about 3 p m tfcejsunday by Merle Burris of Sioux NOT Good win Kmght of California at tendmg the 49th annual confer ence of state chief executives being held at Williamshurg Va said that under no cir cumstances would ha be a Republican candidate for pres ident in 1960 He said be was in favor of President Eisenhower designating the GOP a proposal opposed by most of the other Republican governors Assailant of Sioux City Youth Sought Armstrong HitbyCar on Highway 7th Fatality for Kossuth County By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS Seven persons died in auto crashes on Iowa highways over the weekend including an Algona pedestrian and a young Thomp son man Earl Harry Armstrong 47 a dishwasher at7the Algona Hotel was killed instantly Sunday night when hewas struck by a car while walkingalong Highway 169 south of Algona Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst and Highway Patrolman Dale Mc Bride said the car was driven by Milo Lammers Graettinger The officers said Lammers had passed two cars and was in the left hand lane when his car hit Armstrong Rites Incomplete Armstrong had no family Mc Cullougbs Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements which are incomplete This was the seventh traffic fa boy was condition at a hospital Monday victim po lice said of what they called a savage beating The boy Jeffrey Vennard son of Mr and Mrs William Vennard of Sioux City was found semi w n AAUL1UJK ULU IXC W i Ul IV v City the long western way of m a fivelootdeep slight rise just south of an in toilet that fliKhPS Ut tch alonS a Country road near tersection The Dahl car was Highway 141 southeast of here Sunday the scalp Head and face A doc tor sidthe assailant must entryin Still another blessing Im going S uf enftryinA M DaW was graduated from the treasure more than ever in the PFobbly thought he had failed Thompson High School in 1954 Authorities were seeking some the Lt A strument miles southeast of here to dispose of some tree roots he had dug out of his yard price asked is for purposes of setting the stage fqr subsequent bargaining He would I think drop hi a faint if the prospective buyer should straightway say Wrap it up Ill take it After the asking price is an nounced you the interested pos sible buyer begin taking a dim view of the offer The manifesta tions of this are many and varied One is a repelling motion with your hands another to hold your nose and take on an aggrieved look still another is to wheel around and start toward the door Theyre Good Actors In nearly all out of 100 Id vendor is more anxious to sell than you are to buy At any rate he doesnt offend easily I assure you Actu ally hes a better actor than you can possibly be because with him a profession Hes always in practice His display of emotion over your reaction to his product falls just one station short of tears The selling story boiled downj is always that youre a lucky person Except for a chain of un fortunate circumstances the item in which youve evidenced an in terest would either not be avail able at all or the price on it would be ever so much higher Its discouraging to find one so unappreciative of exceptional val ues This business of wheeling around and starting for the door is the ultimate arrow in the prospective buyers quiver Sometimes the vendor will wait to see whether tality of the County year in Kossuth The Thompson youth Carlyle Dahl 21Jontbf Ernest Dahl killed about in a twocar collision two miles north of Thojnpson The driver of the other car Elwood Norstrud 29 Slso of Thompson was taken to a hospital at Buffalo Center but was released later The accident occurred on a south and was going north The Dahl auto bond commodations all the way Jeffrey underwent surgery Sunwas a total wreck and the other Stark quoted Mrs Mann as say in the best lodging places availday to close numerous wounds of was damaged on the left side ing shehadknown Reiss for 14 able the scalp Read and face A docand the front years Stark also said officers Served in Navy Dahl was graduated from and had served in the Navy Funeral services will be con due to a for the attack ductedWednesday at the Winters Home Buffalo Center thg assailant apparently but final arrangements are in nad used some sort of blunt incomplete The other dead included Alma Gruhn 68 and her son j icyvncu juish rvii uu auu wci suu mg by his parents after he did Lester 45 both of Manning killed Sunday evening in the colcine he had forgotten hsion of two cars at a country fjcers said When he intersection five miles north home at the front uy ineiie Burns Or SIOUX T who had driven out of the J Manning city along a country road threel Mrs Fred Woodruff 69 Hu SAME Black mcini traffic In AP Wlicphoto FREEDOM WASNT LIKE pet monkey which es caped from his owner and ca vorted for 17 days through a Tulsa Okla neighborhood sips a chocolate milk offered by Eddie McKissack after the animals capture Eddie said he inariaged to sneak up on the simianwhen it came under at tack by abevy of bluejays by a fence corner Innocent Plea Entered by Nevada Man NEVADA William Mann 57 Nevada entered an innocent plea here on a charge of assault with intent to commit murder in con nection with the Saturday shoot ing of Joseph Reiss 49 Mason City steelworker Mann made the plea when he appeared before Mayor Frank Ambrose Reiss was hospitalized 22 caliber itia wGundintheabcJdmen in Floor The shooting occurred Saturday morning the Story County sher iffs office said Deputy Sheriff John Stark said two shots went into the floor The charge against Mann was car was filed by the county attorney Mann Norstrud was being held in lieu of years had heard reports of trouble1 between and Reiss Fired at Door Mann told Story County sheriffs officers that he fired bullets through the door hen his wife refused to open the door One of the bullets struck Reiss in the stomach Mann told 6fficers he went to work about Saturday morn ing at a department store here Then he the of arrived hooked He yelled to his wife to the door She said she could 4 j 1 cue uuui one saiu Mlc COUlu meston who died when another not open it right away because automobile rammed the rear of she had company the Car in whirh she and hoi the car in which she and her husband were riding three miles north of Corydon on Highway 14 Sunday Merle fcickson 27 Davenport fatally injured when the car in which he was riding missed a curve of Highway 150 near Dav enport Saturday Orville Fry Van W e r t was killed Monday morning when crushed by a 4ton dump truck on a Highway 6 widening project two miles west of Coralville The truck loaded with gravel was driven by Howard Christiansen Iowa City Supreme Court Sets Aside Three Contempt Convictions WASHINGTON tR The Sujin putting questions to witnesses preme Court Monday set asidejand Congress must be specific in three contempt of Congress con victions and told the US Court of Appeals here to reconsider the cases in the light of last weeks Watkins decision Mann said he tore the handle off the door and then went to the garage and got the 22 Of ficers said they arrested Mann without resistance at bis home Sports Bulletins NEW YORK W Sylvester J Rym Mon day ordered dissolution of both the International Boxing Club in New York and Illinois and directed James D Norris and Arthur M Wtrti to get rid of a stock in Madison Square Garden within five years NEW YORK The New York County grand fury Mon day cleared Hank Bauer Yan kee baseball star of felonious assault charge brought against him by a night club patron spelling out the jurisdiction and i purposes of its committees j Army ISSUCS 1 1000 Man August Draft Call The high court said too that John T Watkins a union leader of Rock Island 111 was not given ituwrv toiauu JLII was not given The convictions set aside were a fair opportunity to know wheth tnose of Abram Flaxer former president of the now defunct United Public Workers of Ameri ca Lloyd Barenblatt former teacher at the University of Michigan and Vassar College and er he was within his rights in re fusing to answer questions he said were not pertinent to the inquiry under way WASHINGTON ft The Army Monday issued a draft call for 11000 men in August This is 2000 lower than the previously announced quotas for the four months starting in April and the Mighty ABlast Set Off Biggest of Test Series ATOP ANGELS PEAK Nov Atomic Energy Com mission Monday unleashed the fifth and heftiest atomic explo sion of its 1957 blast so powerful it ripped off a door and cracked the concrete wall of the control blockhouse 14 miles away The AEC said no one was hurt in the controlpoint The detonation was calibrated to be the first major lest in the 20shot summer experiments They are designed to test brand new civilian underground shel ters radiation protective cloth irig for soldiers and civilians alike andthe effects of deadly radiation on foodstuffs Its blast field looked like a colony of giant trap door spider dwellings It was dotted with thick concrete dome structures which humans are intended toenter and leave via steel doors Thunderous Roar A thunderous roar shook the Nevada proving grounds 75 miles northeast of here and 45 miles from this unofficial observers site as the explosion was deton ated It was set off from a plat form suspended beneath a 67 foot diamelerbaloon held captive at 700 feet above Frenchmans Flat Its power was estimated as equivalent to 40000 tons of TNT double tiie force of the Hiro shimaNagasaki It first for that Frenchmans Flat site where four years ago the worlds shell was first atomic artillery fired For the first time various types of protective com positions still a military were wrapped ground 835 pigs used as standins for humans to find out the best methods of protecting troops fromflash burns and radiation Concrete Shelters Use concrete dome shelters one type designed to provide underground protection for individual home owners and another larger struc humans in congested areas The flash was seen as brilliant ly white in downtown Las Vegas obliterating momentarily the ris rAfl About The Weather Mason City Clearing and cool Monday night low 5255 Partly crashed Both the pilot and co cloudy and warmer Tuesday pilot werekilled withchance of a late after noon shower or thunderstorm high near 80 treme north Tuesday Warmer HEII AFTER GANG FIGHT New York cers hold bloodspattered Julio Iglesio 17 after a teen age gang fight near a crowded picnic area in the Bronx Patrolman Dan Lmder holds an improvised automatic machinegun taken from tgiesio One boy vas shot and three others wounded in the affray Eleven youths all members of a gang known as The Sinners were arrested Court Upholds Obscenity Law WASffiNGIEON 1 the Supreme prjurt ruled tha obscenehferaUire falls outsidfthe donstltutlonarguarantees o freedom of speech and press separate the court upheldboth the federal obscenity statute and a similar California as well as a New Vork act Control Block Left in Tail Assembly Blamed for Crash PORT HARDY B C ground control block inadvertent blamed for the crash Sunday which killed 14 persons There were only four survivors One of the survivors reported permits judges to ban the sale of publications they find are obscene The court split three ways in decidingthe three ciises 63 irj upholding the federal act and the conviction of New York Publisher Samuel Roth 72 in upholding the California law and the convictionof David S Alberts of Beverly Hills opera tor of a mail order book busi give shelter to masses of the SrfnJSnST TT humans in the twrnengined plane failed to gain altitude the left after the takeoff the plane rr h r ing sun as the blast was touched f but before reaching it off at 30 a m GST he plane Arched skyward then h rMcd before reaching it went into a fatal nosedive Witnesses said stewardess Pat Wilson 23 Vancouver was the heroine of the crash She disre garded her own injuries to com fort and dying aid the injured and The plane burned when it GROSS RITES SET DES MOINES Ht Funeral Iowa Partly cloudy through services will be held here Tues TusscJay scattered showers and dav for Harry Frederick Gross thunderstorms west and ex83 former DCS Moines city trea surer and known insur armer Low Monday night ance manHe his home nprp nf a noart ritmonf 5262 Fivt Day Iowa Temperatures wiU average near normal for the next five days Normal lows 60 north to 63 south Nor mal highs 84 north to 86 south Warmer Tuesday cooler Wed nesday and Thursday and some warmer Friday and Saturday Precipitation will average from threefourths to one inch occur ing as showers and thunder storms Tuesday and Tuesday night and again about Thurs day jhere of a heart ailment Sunday US President Receives Report Scientists Are Pleased ness 54 in upholding the New York injunction statute Justice Brennan wrote the ma jority opinion in both the federal and California cases He said they put squarely before the Supreme Court forthe first time the ques tion as to whether obscenity is protected by the First free speech Amendment In upholding both the laws Brennan said the rejection of ob scenity as utterly without re deeming social importance is mirrored in the universal judg ment that obscenity should be restrained He said this is re flected in the international agree ment of over 50 nations in theob laws of all 48 states and in the 20 obscenity laws enacted by Congress from 1842 to 1956 Joining Brennan in the federal case were Chief Justice Warren and Justices Frankfurter Bur ton Clark and Whittaker Jus tices Black Douglas and Harlan Minnesota Scattered rain warmer WASHINGTON Atomlt scientists Monday told President iiscnhower this country now can iroducc a hydrogen bomb approx matcly 95 per cent free of radio iclivo fallout Three University of California physicists visiting the President with Chairman Lewis L Strauss of tho Atomic Energy Commis sion reported the progress on producing a clean Hbomb Strauss toid reporters that strides have been made sinoi lime 5 when Eisenhower reported hat fallout had been reduced by ninetenths from that of earliest By the time he made that statement we had gone about halt the wayto tentenths Strausi said The scientists all obviously with Strauss as spoke They wcro Dr Ernest 0 Lawrence Dr Mark M Mills and Dr Edward Teller all of tins University of California Radia tion Laboratory At one point when asked wheth er it now is possible to make clean Hbomb nodded N But later when the question svas put on the basis of whether this country now is actually mak ing clean fusion weapons intervened saying the question should not be answered 4or ity reasons Strauss also cut off a question to Dr a raora loriiim on nuclear weapons test ng would hamper progress toward producing weapons which would not harm civilian popula tions through fnllout The question should not be answered the AEC chairman said because it might hinder disarmament nosv in progress One of the arguments that been made for a halt to weaponj testing is that accumulated fall dyst and parti cles driftingover the world might rise lo the point where it was causing bone gancer and ef feeling genetic changes No Large Some experts contend there art dangers from the radioactivity already released But the three scientistsaccompanying Strausii to the White House were em phatfc instaling thatall the H bomb tests to date have produced harmless and negligible quan titiesof radioactivity Teller safd they informed President solely about technical developments without discussing policy questions such as discon tinuance of testing or disarma ment The scientists also Teller said told Eisenhower what we and plan to accomplish in coming year if we continue work He would not elaborate on last phrase even when asked whether the if meant if tht tests are not discontinued Francis H Shepard Noted Engineer Is Dead at 82 Francis H Shepard 82 native of Mason City and recognized as one of Americas outstanding elec trical traction engineers died Saturday morning at Putnam Hos pital Bennington Vt Watkins was questioned before ilowest call since April 1956 the House Committee on The new call brings to 223143o TTO c VUIHHIHICC uu uii me new can onngs to Harrj Sacher New York defense American Activities as was Barthe total number drafted you look back Occasionally hclli In the let you get clear out on to the Bounced last CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 enblalt The contempt actionsjmarked for induction since the decision aniagamst Flaxer and Sacher grewresumption of selective service Monday the Suout of the appearance bcforciin September 1950 The Armv Mr Shepard who lived at New jRochelle NY is survived by GlobeGazette weather dala up his wife Margaret three daugh 0 ters and one son one brother Hugh Shepard of Mason City and two sisters Mrs John W Edith Roberts Homestead Fla and Miss Anna Shepard of NovYork now on a trip through England Ireland and France A private funeral service was to 8 am Monday Maximum Sunday 64 Minimum Sunday night 53 At 8 am Monday 60 Precipitation ll inch YEAR AGO Maximum 92 preme Court said congressional committees must be more specific 1 v v v JI1C III V 15 the Senate Internal Security the only service now using the Subcommittee draft Minimum 55 held Saturday night GlobeGazette weather dala ups Mr Schpard was born in Ma to 8 a m Sunday ison city July 26 1874 His ability i Maximum Saturday 87 jas anengineer was evident at an Minimum Saturday night 54 early age When y years old he At 8 am Sunday 58 jbuilt a bookcase that won first FRANCIS H SHEPARO prize at the county fair When 13 he built a boat that was proudly launched on Willow Creek He was graduated from the Ma son City High School in the class of 1889 a month before reaching his 15th birthday He and Chester Dike who alsobecame a famous engineer were the only boys in the class His first job was as assistant to Will F Fitch manager of Ma son Citys small electric power plant He helped place string wire and install fixtures Later he got a job in the cap shops of the Milwaukee Road in Milwaukee When he switched to a job with the Milwaukee trolley line he was in what he felt was his lifes work At 19 the entered the Massachusetts Institute Tech   

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