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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 5, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 5 1957 This Paper Consists of Two 3M 2 More Russ Deputy Premiers Fire Biggest Atom Blast in US Touched Oft Traffic Toll in U S in Sharp Rise Holiday Record May Be Set BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Traffic deaths across the na tion mounted Friday at a pace which safety experts said would reach lhee5timated535 for the Toiirday Independence Day holi day if it continues Hundreds of highway accidents Thursday night resulted in what safety officials termed an alarm ing spurt of traffic deaths as motorists packed highways home ward bound after Independence Day outings The count of dead from traffic mishaps stood at 164 Friday In addition 94 died from drowning and 34 were killed in miscellan eous accident for a total of 294 Deaths counted in the long holi day cover the 102hour period from 6 pm local time Wednes day to midnight Sunday National Safety Council experts who had predicted 535 traffic deaths for the holiday period had been by the early reports as the toll appeared run ning a little below a nonholiday Thursday But with the heavy increase during the nigni a council spokes Wircphoto SEEKS BEAUTY Ky oko Otani who will represent Japan in the forthcoming Miss Universe competition at Long Beach Calif arrives at San Francisco Yana gita dress designer and one of the judges Miss Otani stands 5 feet7 inches weighs 121 pounds and measures a perfect 352235 Iowa Falls Mans Jury Award Is Ruled Excessive ST PAUL Minn Ruling Brush and Trees Are Set Afire Marine Buried in GaveIn ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev A gigantic atomic explosion rocked entrenched Marines like an earthquake and set fire to Drush and trees on distant moun ains Friday The Atomic Energy Commis sion said the blast was the most powerful ever set off in the Jnited States The mighty wea pon shook the surrounding desert and blistered the breaking dawn with a blinding flash The yellowish flash was visible to early risers over much of the western half of the nation Ob servers from Oregon to the Mexi can border were awed by the spectacular flare The radius of visibility was well over 500 miles and the shock wave was felt dis tinctly in southern California com munities more than 300 miles dis tant The 1090 Marines were en irenched 5700 yards from where the weapon was exploded be neath a balloon at an altitude of 1500 feet Pretty Rough In a telephone interview with The Associated Press Brig Gen Harvey Tschrigi commander of the Marine brigade said It was pretty rough Lots of dust LOVE SPURNED This Laddie Finds It Hard to Take Hint BIRMINGHAM England UP Richard Crompton 26 admitted Friday he will do al Military Joins in Purge Shakeup May BY THE ROCKETS RED GLARE The Washington Monument and Capitol build ing at Washington D C are aglow amidst a brilliant fireworks display during Thursday nights Independence Day observance Capitol City residents and visitors were treated to an hourlong aerial bombardment on the holiday 4000 Motorists Served at SSI OTSTIflM JlrETi REST STAiiUN School Aid Bills Future Is Debated WASHINGTON UP House Democratic and Republican lead ers split sharply Friday over whether to call the controversial1 JThe sheriff said there have been no personal injury accidents molt anything lo attract the at tention of his lady love Opening an account at a Bir mingham bank Crompton found he rather fancied the pretty girl behind the counter 22year old Ruth Waterhouse He wrote her notes but she ignored him He wrote her let ters at the bank addressed to Queen Bee and Golden Girl She ignored those too False Moustache Crompton disguised himself with a false moustache and fol lowed the girl home but she slammed the door in his face He posed as a crippled blind begger outside the bank naded her with Neapolitan love songs and offered Miss Water house the coins he collected from sympathetic passersby His wouldbe lady fair refused to listen to his songs and turned up her nose at the coins Wore Shorts Five days ago Crompton walked into the bank wearing his white tennis shorts nodded politely to the staff and then be gan turning handsprings in the middle of the lobby 31his Continue FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDON Moscow Radio an nounced Friday night that Mikhail Pervukhin and Maxim Saburov have been relieved of their duties as deputy premiers Pervukhin a Soviet economic expert was demoted to candidate membership in the Presidium or directorship of the Soviet Commu nist Partys Central in Wednesdays shakeup Sabu rov a top economic planner was CLARION The safety rest station at the junction of Highways 3 and 69 five miles east of here has served more than 4000 motorists since it opened at 4 pm Wednesday Sheriff Robert Blecker said Friday Blecker said the station had served 43 gallons of coffee 1675 half pints of white and chocolate milk and more than 4300 dough nuts to motorists school aid billup for a vote Chances for passage of measure seemed slimmer thatii ever and both parties maneuveredj to I in Wright County since the Fourth of July holiday started Wednes thei day night man said if the pace continned tjiat tne verdict was excessive the the councils estimate of 535 Minnesota Supreme Court Friday deaths could be matched The directed Donald Cox Iowa Falls council urged drivers and enforce ment agencies to work together to Iowa to consent to a of a jury award in his favor from W f L bk J i u Li f A klJI It shook us like an earthquake blame lf ls kllled i la J I lUUilll VI w a 3 try to tag the other with the for g rest before fhcy The safety rest station was conceived by Sheriff Blecker last Fourth of July as a means of encouraging motorists to stop SQ fatgued fheir rfriving fae I felt like I was on roller skates hold down the highway fatalities to or otherwise Current Record If the estimated 535 toll is reached it would be a record for the Independence Day holiday The curuent record is 491 set in the Fourth of July holiday of 1950 For the oneday July 4 holiday i submit to a new trial A jury in Hennepin County Dis trict Court returned the verdict against the Rock IslandRailroad in a suit instituted by Cox for personal injuries he suffered when the door of a boxcar fell on for a few seconds The general was in 50 feet those of the 1090 men in his command GOP leaders are determined to avoid a showdown vote on the bill last year there were 137 traffic fatalities The overall total with 77 drownings and 39 miscellan eous accidental deaths was 253 An Associated Press survev in jhim April 8 1954 in Iowa Falls Chief Justice Roger L Dell said comes unsafe Besides Blecker and Deputy Sheriffs Dale Walrod and Ben Speedling members of the Wright County Peace Officers Assn zero than in President Eisenhowers legislal Boy Scouts Camp Fire Girls end the Federated Club Women of live program Their reason isj Clarion manned the station from Wednesday evening through that a private poll of GOP mem Friday morning trench despite the fact it is a key plank nitnictnu A Gen Tschriei said there were shows their party overj The Chambers of Commerce of Clarion Rowan Belmond w il i1fl An 1 T 11 it i i i i ii i L some caveins in the trenches but that they were not serious One marine Pfc Theodore Sturgion St Louis Mo was buried by a cavein It took 15 minutes to get him out He was not hurt As the dirt began to whelmingly opposed to the federal Dows Gait Holms and Goidfield are sponsoring the station aid to education According to onej this year report only 50 of the 200 Repub lican House members said they would go along with it in the unanimous decision that the down upon him as he crouched But Democratic leaders are just jas determined to bring the meas cascadeure onto tne for a vote It damages awarded considered in the light of their overall effect are excessive and not reason ably supported by the evidence Cox and a fellow employe were openingthe door of a boxcar on the premises of the Ralston Pun Wednesday June 19 to midnight Sunday June 23 showed 378 traf fic fatalities It was made for comparative purposes with the current holiday period in his trench he grabbed a bud dy and was able to keep his head above the earth Peak Power The AEC said Fridays bomb could have a peak power exceed is now in the House Rules Com mittee where hearings have not yet begun on it GOP Leader Joseph W Martin contends the measure is likely to expire in the Democratic ui ing the largest device exploded Co for which Cox worked noticed her suitor She called police and charged him with be ing a nuisance The judge found him guilty of being a blemisher of the peace and fined him S70 Miss Waterhouse is still ig noring him Palmer News Executive is Dead at 80 TEXARKANA Tex Palmer 80 owner of newspapers and radio stations in Texas and Arkansas and a philanthropist particularly interested in char dropped entirely from the Presi dium The broadcast said Alexei gin had been uaitied a uty chairman of the Council of Ministers or deputy premier Kosygin is deputy chairman of the State Economic Commission Headed Commission Pervukhin had been appointed only last December head of the new commission aimed at over lauling the industrial and agri cultural planning of the Soviet Union Pervukhin displaced Sabu rov who had been running Rus sias economic planning for 20 years Records show that Kosygin has been a deputy cnairman of the Council of Ministers since Decem ber 1953 but the Moscow Radio announcement as monitored in London gave this as a new ap pointment The announcement came on the heels of reports that Soviet mili tary leaders have thrown their support to Nikita Khrushchev and launched a campaign of abuse thal was rapidly writing the doom of Khrushchevs ousted political opponents There still was no official word that Vyacheslav M Molotov Georgi M Malenkov and Lazar M Kaganovich the Molotov had been jailed But their disgrace was complete and tha armyled charges put their ture of youngsters night He suf fered a stroke at his home and acter eduction died Thursday DES MOINES Wi Chairman Leon Miller of the State Tax zontrolled committee But Speaker Commission said Friday he anticipates 10 per cent reduction in n f rv oi Ta f f Vnr tn rvt rl Trifil a OTil t Sam Rayburn DTex and Rep Cleveland Bailey predicted it will the commission staff by removals and replacements Soviet Defense Minister Mar shal Georgi Zhukov led the at tack He accused Molotov and his backers of conspiring to re move elected leaders of the Soviet Communist most ser was pronounced dead shortly after arrival at St Michaeiswus charge yet made against the Hospital ilhree men Conspiracy Cited He pioneered the teletypeset ter system for newspapers and set up the first such wire circuit in the United States The sys tem permits newspaper type to be set by perforated tape instead The official organ of the Soviet armed forces Red Star joined in the attack and said the deposed leaders intrigued and conspired to remove the elected leaders and of by direct manual operationsfill key posts with their own fol He said most of the vacancfes would not be filled and that perforated tape can bejlowers The worst drowning tragedy vaconianed to thepuri eif Said the fireba11 morn0f the bills staunchest backers Miller said that since last Monday when he became commisKvire curred m Anacoco Lake near na companv but it was Lecsville La Six persons agedlhe railroad 8 to 20 drowned when five pan in his testimony Cox said hv UJ ing was morc sPectacular than gives the bill only a 5050 chance sion chairman and the agency became Democraticallycontrolled for ickcd as they attempted to res cue one of the group y he 2 Persons Lose Their Lives in Iowa Lakes 3y THE ASSOCIATED TRESS i Two persons lost their lives by drownings in Iowa Thursday They were a young boy vacation ing with his family at West Oko boji Lake and a 23yearold bride groom on a holiday outing at Lake Ahquabi near Indianola a dislocated shoulder broken shoulder fractured pelvis phlebitis of both legs and an em bolism of the lung jhere previously Veteran observjbe cleared But even Bailey onejremovals are being made on several grounds including between cities byj gtar jnciuded one of three other lesser Soviet officials in the Headed Foundation Foreign Minister the new fiscal year there have been about 15 resignations or re Palmer was president of Shepilov He said the office had a j Palmer Foundation a philan The jjolotov movement staff of about 250 persons andithropic organization he endowecljgrew jjkc a gjant snowball Rus ithat a total of about 25 or aboutjin 1944 Among other were getting IJ10 more will be made foundation financed researchjmore anc more outspoken by the Inefficiency is one of the reajand cooperated in publishing twojhour trade newspaper any that they had ever seen of final House approval The weapon was rated unoffi ally al bcleen About The Weather times as big as the World War II atomic bombs which devastat ed the Japanese cities of Hiro shima and Nagasaki The explosion was the greatest and most spectacularly beautifu in the history of the 51 test ex plosions run off here The fireball writhed in green and red as it shot up through Mason City Fair and a littlejquickly rising dirty black clouds warmer through Saturday LowJA creamy red wall of smokei Friday night 6063 High Saturspread across the desert around day 88 thc stem of the mushroom Iowa Fair through Saturday little warmer northwest Lowj Friday night in 60s Bobbie Hisey 7yearold son ofj FiveDay Iowa Temperatures JTr and Mrs Bob Hiscy Sioux City fell off a dock off Manhat tcn Beach on West Okoboji Lake while he was fishing His par ents who have two younger chil dren thought Robbie had wan dered Thursday evening among cottages at the lake Search dis closed his body in the water under the dock Richard Lewis Des Moines who had been married only a week ago went boating with his wife Theresa and another Des Moines couple Mrs Lewis and Maryjean Dyhrkoss 23 were looking for ward in the front of the boat Lewis was in the center and Jack Ccaty 22 was handling the motor on the outboard Lewis who could not swim fell in and Coaty tried unsuccessfully torescue His body disappeared him will average about three to six degrees below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs 84 north to 88 south Normal lows 61 north to 64 south A little warmer Satur day Cooler Sunday or Sunday night Warmer again Tuesday Rainfall will average three tenths to sixtenths of an inch occurring as scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday night or early Sunday and again about Tuesday or Wednesday Minnesota Fair and warm GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 75 Minimum Thursday night 56 At 8 am Friday 69 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Sports Bulletin ST ANDREWS Scotland Locke 39 South African pro won the British Open golf chamiponship a fourth time Friday when he shot rounds of 68 and 70 that gave him a 72hole total of 279 strokes sons for removals Miller said j groups of school There also are other cases Ibooks known as where employes did not put in full Rule Series time and still other where there Immediate survivors reading tcxt the Golden include j was considerable absenteeism jhis widow and two We always have had a system Palmer was born of employes checking their in and time out But it has loosely handled in the pas are going to keep a closer check College on this in the future Miller said the same kind ol a Mason City and Clear check is being made on the had a speical interest in mission field force of about 150thc philanthropies and educa pcrsons He said some of thosctional projects of this Texar employes will be weeded outjkana newspaper publisher botli because of inefficiency andiinterest has been largely because some of them have notof the close association of his Sheen putting in full jniece Mrs Edith Sondrol Nay even the childrens newspaper Pioneer Pravda joined in for I kill Mass Meeting One dispatch from Moscow said the name of the town jback to its old name of Already it was apparent that Khrushchevs power was ap that of the late Josef China Bulletins WASHINGTON U S Dis trict Judge Joseph McGarraghy ruled Friday that reduced rail road rates for transporting mili tary personnel are illegal under antitrust laws Jlor with the projects Mrs Naylor English teacher in the Mason City High School and retired last year is a mem The Chinese Communist Party jsaid the Kremlin purge would help to further the unity and consolidation of the Community Party of the Soviet Union the her of the board of directors of broadcast the Palmer Foundation whichj for several years has been turnjpeared to be in excellent health Golden Rule Scries Thursday forenoon spending lives at of school readers Mrs Naylor who AP Wircphoto FEET TOO BIG Bepause his feet are too larpe for Army shoevS he wears a size 16 Pfc John Ano 23 Trenton N J wears these BELLE PLAINE Iowa Two persons were killed and Clear Lake left Friday afternoon for Texarkana on learning the news of her uncles death In Good Health Palmer she learned had just SAME DATE BUek Naf rarani radio death IN 21 houri several hours in his office In the afternoon he became ill and died while bemg taken to a hos pital in an ambulance j Of Palmers many philanthro pies his favorite was his school readers Mrs Naylor who active in this project spent con Texarkana books about west of here The victims were lishers were the guests of thejtho readers which in man not immediately identified jlnternaUonal Paper CO He apner of speaking revive the pur three or four were reported inreturned from a fishing trip jured in atraffic accident Frii which took him 200 miles northisiderable time in i f sandals at Ft MacArthur Calif So far the best the day at the junction of Highjof Montreal in Canada where liegoing over plans for the quartermasters have come up with is a size 14 And ways 21 and 30 six miles northjand a inimber of other is most enthusiastic since it cant fit Ano with proper military footgear the Army has madea clerk out of him   

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