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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 26, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the Home V MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS MOME VOL LXIII Prew and United Full Wlret Sevea a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 W7 This Paper of Two One 221 ew Antilnf I Reds Ask Withdrawal of All Troops From Korea Demand Is Rejected byUN OH MY HAIR Judy Anderson Thompson crowned Miss Diking Days of 1957 at Northwood is concerned aboui whatthe ram Hid toherliair whehffhe and Bonita Gill Kensett dashedfor a telephone booth after a den shower caught them They were both pretty wef by the time tKey reached shelter Another photo story on inside page Rules Covering Nursing Homes Are Drawn Up DES MOINES At State Fire MarsKal E J Herron Wednes day submitted to an advisory committee for approval a set of rules regarding the operation of nursing homes and custodial homes in Iowa The 1957 Legislature passed a law setting up restrictions on the homes following a nursing home fire at Council Bluffs last Feb 13 in which 17 persons The proposed rules would apply to homes having one or more paying patients The State under the law has the duty of setting up health and regulations Some of the regulations Herrori proposed include In frame buildingsno patient would be housed above the second floor Two rrteans of exit would be provided for each floor and any second story must have one out side stairway Special Safeguards If there are four or fewer pa tients the homes would be re quired to provide special safe guards for storage fire warn ing and heating and have a telephone or alarm system Those homes having 5 to 15pa tients would be required to main tain automatic alarm systems be equipped with fire extinguishers and have a central heating plant Where a home has more than 15 patients it would have to have a sprinkler system If the home is of masonry structure it would be required to have a sprinkler system if the home was of four or more stories Enclosed Stairways In any home stairways would have to be enclosed along with any dumbwaiters or any vertical openings and fire extinguishers would be required for every floor If a home has more than 10 patients it would have to have someone on duty at all times Any draperies would have to be Search Pressed for McGregor Bank Bandit McGREGOR officers Wednesday searched a thickly wooded area into which a gun man was believed hiding after robbing the First State Savings Bank here of Tuesday The man was armed with the gun used in the holdup and a 38 caliber automatic he took from the bank Three witnesses told officers they saw a man answering the description of the bandit dart across Highway 13 and jump into a ditch about two miles west of here lateTuesday The man was carrying a briefcase Five state agents and about 25 other peace officers conducted the manhunt in a wooded area covering 50 to 75 acres west of McGregor Deputy Sheriff Milton Klink said officers followed tracks in the ditch along the highway Tues day but lost them in the woods Farmers in the area were warned New Charges Are Hurled PANMUNJOM m Communist North Korea Wednesday called for a broad international confer ence to arrange the withdrawal of all foieign tioops fiomthe Koreas and bring about a peace ful solution to the problem of the divided peninsula The demand made at a meet ing of the Joint Military Armis tic Commission was promptly rejected by the U N Command as not a proper subject to be taken up at a miltary confer ence The Communists put the confer ence demand forward as a reply to the U Ncommand decision to avoid the armistice piovisiort prohibiting the introduction of new weapons into Korea The U N told the Communists at a com mission meeting last Friday that new weapons would be brought into South Korea because the Reds had consistently violated the arms ban since a ceasefire ended the Korean fighting in 1953 Repeats Charge North Koiean Maj Gen Kook RooTc presented theCdni munist demand and repeated the charge he made last Friday tha the U N Allies weie preparing for a new war by wrecking1 the armistice Your side does not want peaceful settlement m Korea Chung declared This has been shown in the past It was youi side which broke up the prelim inary political negotiations a Panmunjom and the Geneva con ference for settlement of the Ko reah problem The U N Command chief US Marine Corps Maj Gen Homer L Litzenberg replied that the questions raised by Chung wer not proper subjects to at a military cqnferehci Therefore they are rejected Peaceful Settlement Litzenberg added thatthe gov ernments making up the UN Command tried to work put a peaceful and just settlement o the Korean problem at the Gene va conference in line with th UN objectives in Korea HANDSHAKE DENOTES MERGER This handshake by two clergyman Idned two Protestant denominations into the 2160000member United Church ofChrist in a ceremony at Cleveland Ohio Leftis Dr Fred Hosldns executive minister of the Congregational Christian General Council and the Rev Dr James Wagner presi dent of the Evangelical and Reformed Church is at right Churches in Giant er CLEVELAND new verse elements two Historic old on the American scene Wednesday Merged intoa single common ion were the national bodies of the Congregational Christian Churches and the Evangelica Affected are about 140000 Congregationalists and 800000 Evangelical and R e f o r m e c Church members in 8311 congre gations across the country Their new denomination The United Church of Christ It was ushered into being Tuesday night with pomp anc worship and solemn vows Longtime Leader Standing before the assem Wage the Rev Dr Douglas Hor ton a longtime leaderin the uni fication move and now presiden of Harvard Divinity School spread his hands and prayed 0 Lord speak peace and ever deeper mutual understand ing to us in the years to come Seal our covenant and bles our communion as we yield our selves to thee The consolidation is the first t governments of the the wall between the tw nd remain ready to wings of US Protestant ism with their differing The Command cuss withdrawalof forces and unification on the basis of UN objectives the UN spokesman said Until your side is prepared to settle the Korean question on these just objectives he added any political conference would only result in a deadlock because of Communist intransigence 5 Men Trapped in Coal Mine STEUBENVILLE Ohio W Five miners were trapped ap proaches to church government The occasion climaxed 17 pain staking sometimes troublou years of negotiations delayed fo one fouryear period by a law suit Pilgrim Fathers Congregational C ft r i s t i an whose spiritual ancestors wer the Pilgrims who came to thi country on the Mayflower 35 years ago developed thei churches from British Protes antism They emphasize th freedom of each individual con Thc Evangeical and Reforms wee rappe n a hillside Wednesday when the Cnurcn whose progenitors cam fn fhic walls of a slope mine collapsed around them to be on the lookout for the man Tne accident was at Powhatan No 2 mine at Fermvood about 14 miles southwest of here Three other men who escaped BODY FOUND CLARINDA UP The body of a Corning inmate of the Clar inda Mental Health Institute miss iing since March 17 was found flame proof and there could be hanging in a barn near here Tues DO floor coverings Herron estimated there are about 800 licensed nursing and custodial homes in the state and about more which are operating without permits day He was Bernard Hatton FALL PROVES FATAL DAVENPORT Paul Denni son 51 Moline HI a water proofing firm employe diedTues day of injuries suffered last week in a fall from a scaffolding at the Unitarian Church the falling coal reported they looked back and could see lights still burning on the caps of the trapped miners The fall was about 75 feet from the entrance Attempts were being made drill into the mine SAME to Sioux City Woman Dies of Injuries WEBSTER CITY Mrs Wil liam M Evans 57 Sioux City died Wednesday of injuries re to this country in the ear 1700s arose from the Swiss an German Reformation mov ments Their church governin structure is more regularized To effect the bond betwee these two forms of government known generally in Protestan ism as Free Church Presbyterian ion agreement allows its an un eac voluntary relationship to d nominational agencies It is the bringing together t groups from these two genera classifications that makes th merger a milestone in the an nals of Protestant united effort CHERRY DIES G ASTONIA NC ceived in a twocar accident SunGregg Cherry 65 governor About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with no important temper a t u r e change through Thursday Low Wednesday night near 50 High Thursday mid 70s owa Partly cloudy through Warmer except ex Day idwii For the fiye day period Thursday through Mon day temperatures will average about degrees below normal Normal highs 84 north to 86 south Normal lows 60 north to 63 south Moderate to locally heavy precipitation can be ex pected with amounts ranging from onehalf to threefourths inch occurring Friday and again Sunday or Monday Minnesota Fair and pleasant f GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 am Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 72 Minimum Tuesday night 51 At 8 am Wednesday 67 Precipitation 68 inch Sdc City Boy 1 Pies After Tumble SAC CITY Sevenyearold M o r T i s William Pierce Jr climbed on the gatepost at hi iome at nearby Auburn Tuesday Somehow he received a shock rom the electric conduit on a ight pole in the yard a foot away from the gate The boy fell and suffered a brokert neck He died a short time later The lad is survived by his par ents three sisters and two broth Union Leader Guilty BrwVsterTSfice ofth Teamsters Union was eonvictc Wednesday of contempt of Con gross US District Judge John J Sirica found Brewslcr guilty o all 31 counts of an indictmcn growing out of his refuaal to pro duce records and answer queb tions before the Senate Invest gations Subcommittee in Janu ary Brewster had waived a jur trial and left it to the judge t decide the issuesof fact as we as law The 60yearold Teamsters o ficial was not present when th judge handed down his decision He had been given permission t return lo his West Coast horn and not be on hand for the ver Judge Sirica did not fix a tim for imposing sentence The max imum penalty for contempt c Congress is a year in jail an fine the judge said he Brewste case like all other crimin cases will be referred to th courts probation office for prescntence report and invest gation In the meantime Brcv ster will remain free on bond Brewster challenged the autho ily of the subcommittee to invesh g a te internal affairs of labo unions PRICES FAIR7 Appraisers Back Road Commission Iowa Highway Commission had on file Wednes day a report by three indepen dentappraisers supporting com mission prices on Waterloo land transactions which have been under investigation by a legis lative committee The transactions involved were 1 A price of paid for a 702 acre tract in Waterloo as a site for a highway mainte nance garages A 313 acre tract for which the commission has offered to pay as rightofway Tor a new highway South of Waterloo but on which no contract has been let A Day The independents appraisers are Arthur S Kirk Des Moines John T Wagner Cedar Rapids and John G Ingrahnm Council Bluffs They were hired by the commission at u day to check the piices involved in both transactions After their report was submit ted to the commission Tuesday Chairman Robert K Beck com mented These findings tend to vJndl cHte our policies and our right ofway department Save Offict Both tracts of land belonged to Mary Prentice wife of Wil fred Prentice who hns a real estate business in Waterloo in t h e same office as Highway Commissioner Emory Loomis It had been previously dtS dosed that Mrs Prentice the maintenance garage tracl from a Watoloowidow tor about three weeks before it was sold to the commission Loomis denied making any profit in the deal On the garage site the ap praisers valuations ranged from a minimum to a high of The rightofway1 valuation ranged from to Controls Arent Wanted1 Bomb Near WASHINGTON Eisenhower said Wednesday vigorously opposes price and wage controls as a means of com bating inflationary pressures Eisenhower renewed an appeal to business and labor leaders to show fextreme restraint in and wage increases He told his news thatcorporation directors should put price increases into effect only if they are absolutely neces sary Labor leaders he said should restrict their demands for increases lo corresponding in creases in the productivity of ttf dividifal workers or to where workers are suffering ex trcme hardships as to theirpay to Socialism The president said that if man agement and labor do not show such statesmanship thcnWe would make come true a recent predic tion of Communist boss Khrushchev The President apparently re ferred to Khrushchevs predictloa and recent televised that the United States would eventually become a socialistic country Withoutjdentlfying Khrushchev by name the President said eomimmist chief Is certainly not any friend1 ofdurV He sitd himself was not going to takeany part In turning the country social istic He said wage and controls would be a step in that direction In other news conference high lights Eisenhower thcrc are not any plani now for a reduction of US mili tary forces abroad at any piace other than Japan there also are not an plans lo ask Congress to the atomic energy law to permit giving Britain nuclear 100 Citan leading atomic scientists have told him that withfour Reportedly Faced by Union Strike Ballots CHICAGO UP Railroad brotherhoods were reported toui nesday to be circulating strike years of testing they lots against the Chicago North Western Railway Railroad officials said they un derstood ballots were being dis tributed by some of the operat ing brotherhoods Spokesmen for the major brotherhoods represent ing engineers firemen and train men were unavailable or refused o comment The railroad has announced plans to lease its major subsid iary the Omaha line in an econ omy move expected lo save two million dollars annually The brotherhoods were reported fear ful that the proposed leasing ar rangement would affect seniority rights Villisca Youth to Head Iowa 4Hers AMES A Williams 18 Viliisca Wednesday was elected president of the Iowa 4H Boys Club Other racers w re J vers are confident they can produce a hy drpgcn bomb absolutely clean of radioactive fallout But he said the administration will not go back on its offer to suspend testi ofnuclear weaponsas a first step toward He also said that scientists want to con tinue the tests necessary to get the mostout of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes V that one section in report of a special commission on government employe security caused him to raise his eyebrows The recommendation called for transfer of the visa responsibili ties from the State Department to the Justice Department he said the Supreme Court as a great stabilizing influenca and an essential part of the US system of government He con ceded however that there some parts of recent decisions on constitutional rights of individuals he said each of us has 19 Oakland secretary and Rob jcrt L Eggers 19 State Center historian AP Wirepiioto SHOW GIRL KNOWS HER SHAKESPEARE Bar bara Hall 24ryejuoid girl displays the crossword puzzle pattern she used in winning the jackpotprize on ay near tanope Her husband North Carolina from 1946 lo the TV show Question The young beauty an 62 remained in critical condition1949 died Tuesday of a toxic expert on Shakespeare currently is appearing in a New at a hospital here i process York show f Sports Bulletins FORT DODGE John stone Mason City picked up another stroke on runnerup Andy Cohrt after nine hoies in the third round of the Iowa Womens Golf Tournament Wed nesday Mrs Johnstone shoot ing for her fifth title had a two over par 38 giving her a six stroke lead on the 17yearoJd defending champion WATERLOO Citys Roger Horn coleader with a 72 Tuesday soared to 43 on the first nine Wednesday in the 54 hole Iowa Jayree Golf Tourna ment BUI Berggren Des Moines who had e 74 Tuesday shot a four under par 32 to take over leadarship Peter Townsend Is Iowa Hotel Guest EMMETSBURG W Capt Peter Townsend whose name was once linked romantically with Princess Margaret of England went unrecognized Tuesday when he stopped in this Iowa town on a crosscountry tour Townsend registered in a SI50 room at Hotel Waverly giving Brussels Belgium as his address Later his identity became known when he produced a passport ii cash a travelerscheck Mrs W F Larson operator of the hotel provided Townsend with thermos bottles of hot tea before departure ard her son helped him wash his car Townsend said jhc didnt cars for any publicity about his thwarted romance with Princess Margaret   

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