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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                I North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ioi the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AIL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press FuU Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 6 1957 This Paper Consists oi Two ODS No 301 Russ Schemers Publicly Denounce Political Pot Set to Boil Iowa Parties Begin Work By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES Repub ilicans and Democrats are cooking up bad medicine for each other for the 1958 November general election campaign still about 16 onths away Meanwhile the political pot is beginning to simmer with an nouncements of candidacies for at Greenwich Conn Among next junes primary election And STARRETT Star rett 90 who built some of the countrys greatest structures including New York Citys Em pire State Friday buildings Starrett constructed in New York were the Penn sylvania Railroad Station the New York Life Metropolitan Life Bank of Manhattan and Clinton Flatiron buildings Macys De meetings with a political flavor are picking up Republican State Chairman Pennsylvania now the Statler hotels His firm also erected Washingtons Lincoln Memorial Three Die in Crash Near Belle Plaine BELLE PLAINE persons were killed and three others critically injured Friday in the collision of two cars about 10 miles northwest of here The dead were identified as Harold W Duncan 5V Akron Ohio his wife and Mrs Law rence E With 46 Des Moines Duncan was president of Dun canMorris Co Akron hardware manufacturing firm The two women were killed outright in the accident Highwa y Patrolman Jim Smith said Duncan was dead on arrival at a Cedar Rap ids hospital The injured all taken to a Mar sha Utown hospital were identified by Coroner Harvey Jones of Tama County as Lawrence E With 53 and his son Tommy 17 of Des Moines and Mrs Anna Reier 78 mother of Mrs With Authorities said they had not determined how the accident hap pened They said it occurred on a straight stretch of highway two miles west of the junction of State Highway 21 and US 30 Jurgemeyer said plan to rebuild from the partment Store and the Plaza bottom up We want to see to it Biltmore Commodore and that we have a good strong pre cinct and finance organization with a very broad base We plan some new emphasis and some new techniques But it is too early yet for a decision on just what they will be Precinct Level There will be nothing particu larly new different or dramatic But we feel that in the last few years there has been a tendency to grow away from the needs and views at the precinct level This is normal and happens in political parties from time to time We will try to reestablish ourselves as immediately as contacts can be made We have organized a statewide committee with the purpose of getting the best advice we can from the grassroots This is in tended to mean that when we strengthen and rebuild our party it will serve the needs of the or ganization better The committee is not permanent but it was called on to meet a current prob lem Democratic State Chairman Jake More related at Des Moines We have started an intensive AP Wirephoto CHECKING THE TIME Former President Truman checks his watch against a sun dial presented to him by the Womens Jefferson Democratic Club of Kansas City for the new S21 million Truman Library dedicated Saturday at Inde pendence Mo Truman jokingly remarked that the sun dial was three minutes be hind time compared with his timepiece Plot by Four Is Revealed Khrushchev Was Target WARSAW M Molotov and three other Soviet leaders confessed a plot to oust Nikila Khrushchev before they were purged Warsaw circles said Fri day These sources said their re ported selfcriticism climaxed a 35hour debate in the Soviet Com munist Partys Central Com mittee While the debate raged party boss Khrushchev is said to have sent representatives to Red China Poland and the sensitive Soviet Republic of Georgia to ex plain what was going on Report The Warsaw report had no of icial confirmation but Warsaw ong has been known as a leaking point for secret Soviet moves The report gave this account A Sharp Blast at Shepilov Khrushchev DMITRI SHEPILOV NO SPUR OF MOMENT THING Ahead Press Conference The clash between Molotov and Khrushchev came into the open as soon as the Central Committee session began June 22 in Moscow Khrushchev proposed that the first point of the agenda should be the current situation of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union TeenAger Killed Six Injured in i Pocahontas Crash drive to organize the precincts We will get new precinct com mitteemen or committeewomen where there are vacancies or the present ones are inactive We have employed Bruce Bowersox Fayette on a fulltime basis and his principal work will be at the precinct level Bower sox was an instructor at Winfielc High School in the last schoo year District Meetings By ROBERT DONOVAN New York Herald Tribune Nevs Service most Wed nesday mornings at oclock the offices in the west wing of the White House come alive with an intense and unique activ ity Within hours its repercus sions spread tothe farthest coi ners of civilization For Wednesday is the day of President Eisenhowers press conference It begins at am EOT at least that is when the questioning begins But the Presidents preparation for his weekly performance before the eyes of the world on this singu lar stage begins hours and usual ly clays in advance Indeed as White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty who plays an important role in this weekly drama has observed US Road Toll Pace IsSlowed BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Death on the nations highwa climbed with grim regularity Sa urday but at a pace well below that predicted for the long holi day weekend by safety officials As Americans took to the road in the second half of the Inde pendence Day holiday the Na tional Safety Council said death figures were encouragingly low and well below its esti mate that 535 persons would die during the fourday period A Counterproposal Molotov pressed a counterpro the party consider he international position of the Soviet Union in the light of at tempted imperialist putschs in ive an Hour At least 254 traffic deaths have been counted Drownings totaled 135 and there were 62 deaths re ported in miscellaneous accidents for a total of 451 Although traffic deaths swerved Leningrad Talk LONDON Nikita Khrush h e v Saturday publicly de ounced three ousted Kremlin eaders as cunning schemers vho planned to seize control of le Soviet Communist Party and jovernment The Soviet Communist boss fur her accused Georgi Malenkov V M Molotov and Lazar Kagano vich former first deputy premi ers of opposing all government measures for easing world ten sion and strengthening peace throughout the world fourth member of the deposed antiparty group the m o st shameless doubledealing individ ual Khrushchev made his accusa lons in a speech in Leningrad the first time he has publicly condemned the ousted mensince they were expelled from party and government posts earlier this week Called Mishearing London monitors who heard a report of the speech broadcast by Moscow radio first reported hat Khrusncnev had House with a keener sense of th Presidents attitude on different issues than Adams He usually has a pretty good idea how the President will wish to answer a particular question There can be no doubt either that Adams occasionally has his own ideas as to how a question should be answered So indeed do Hagerty and other members of Poznan and Hungary and to consharply upward at times Friday sider its relations with other soUne overall trend was about five an houra little higher during evening hours One accident alone in Michigan Friday claimed seven lives the highest number so far during the holi day called Marxist of Poland Italy Spain and the United States All four of these Communist Parties have disputed the orthodox view that thePolish and Hungarian uprising was the work of Western agents Khrushchev faced with Molo tovs challenge spoke for three hours June 23 He made these points tut Malenkov as the ttia group Later however the monitors said Khrushchev had not in fact made such a statement They attributed their error to a mis heaving T h emistake was caught the monitors said The Average Day National Safety Council We plan district and county meetings soon but they will not start until after next Aug 1 We already have started a drive by letter and telephone calls to get out candidates for the Legisla the preparation for the next con POCAHONTAS failed to anticipate the major opics on which Eisenhower would be questioned Frequently this because many questions are certain to bear on the subjects currently most im portant Every week day Hagerty holds his own press conferences a minimum of transcripts are made of them When Tues day rolls around and he settles down to the advance work on the staff But the final decision rests with the President Certain Issue Often for example the White House staff will arrive at a con sensus on what stand the Presi dent should take if asked about a certain issue in his press con ference A few years ago when the House Appropriations com 1 Molotov with the three other purged leaders Georgi Malenkov Lazar Kaganovich and Dmitri Sheplivo formed an antiparty group with neadquarters in Mos c o and with ramifications throughout the Soviet Union 2 Molotov backed by Kagano vich and Shepilov used the Soviet Foreign Ministry and em bassies abroad as instruments for said that despite spurts traffic deaths are still running on a level with a nonholiday toll The midwest state by state to tals listing traffic drownings and miscellaneous in that order Illinois 10 1 0 Iowa 522 Kan sas 401 Minnesota 3 3 1 Mis souri 224 Nebraska 321 South Dakota 121 Wisconsin 431 their recording of the was being replayed for a final check on translation details The or iginal Moscow broadcast was in the Russian language Khrushchev said members of the antiparty group were cap tives of old notions and methods they stubbornly strove not to see the new conditions they clung to ference begins right after the last the next days presidential press 11 conference the press secretary reviews the transcript of his own conferences as a ready index to ager was killed and six others injured Saturday when a car in which they were riding went out of control and rolled over three or four times near here Our most important assign ment for the next campaign will be to get the strongest possible candidates for state representa tive and state senator There is weeks conference ended An essential part of this prep aration is the endless guessing game that goes on between the White House and the reporters on the questions that are to be asked the president A reporter mittee voted a heavy cut in for eign aid most of the White House staff felt there was much to jus tify this action The consensus was that the President should not speak out too strongly against it at his press conference Before the conference Hagerty what reporters are currently in terested in Keen Sense reported this to Eisenhower The The party secretary sa hp could not acSecretary of State Dulles Cyclists Rip Mike From Officers Car 1 CEDAR RAPIDS lTi Two mo v c lorcyclists were charged Satur proachmcnt with President with resisting arrest after a rvf Vnsnlavin in 1954 before peace officer reported they rip ped the microphone from his two way radio and drove off with his 1 i t President said he could not ac cept this advice When a reporter asked him about the cut a few the execution of personal policy Disarm Talks Khrushchev charged that Molo tovthus snarled attempts at rep proachmcnt withI of Yugoslavia in Khrushchev visited Belgrade in an attempt to patch up relations The party secretary said that claimed the USSR tried for months to torpedo the disarma forms and methods of work which had outlived them and which did not correspond to the interests of our forward move ment Present Medals The ostensible purpose of Khru shchevs Leningrad visit was to present medals to workers com memorating the 250th anniver sary of the city But the trip seemed to be part iof a plan to show the country the new Kremlin team feels secure Earlier in the day the Soviet Union informed the West the Kremlin shakeup would cause no changes in its peaceloving for eign policy Moscow Radio replied in ashlight jrighteous tone to an American Deputy Sheriff to the Russians to fol mann said William Mueller analow up the plirge of Stalinist ele David Snyder Cedar with measures to promote both 20 damaged his squad car and Tne broad i 1 11 J K m FT O ii 1UVIL 1 1 I I The victim was Harlan Pingcljadditional interest in legislative 19 Fort Dodge believed to havciposiUons due to the election of been the driver of the car CorojDemocratic Gov Herschel Love ner W F Brinkman said Pingcljless last year and the higher sal was thrown from the car into a ary legislators will be paid bc telephone pole The injured were identified as Gary L Mape 17 Daniel Jones 15 both of Fort Dodge Albert Schope 17 DCS Moines and Wil liam Jones 19 Alan Peterson 17 and Merle Knutson all of Fort may ask any question he wishesjhave the most uptotheminute He is not required to give the information on which to base his answers Hagerty on Tuesday will frequently ask government de partments for memoranda deal White House the slightest ink ling of what he has in mind To save the President from being jcaught unprepared therefore the ginning with the next regular ses Keer bense minute later he replied that it ment talks both 20 damaged his squad car In order that the President may I minutes later he replied mat u Unfortunalely Khrushchev Udio when he halted them after 100 neax continued this imperialist lhcy raced their motorcycles in A n TI n loo heavy Views Expressed At am Wednesday the staff gather with Adams and Hagerty to talk about the press tiagcriv iu ctuviuv me pitaaou i iMUi ing with questions reporters have which win begm iwojshepilov ackino Rv late TilCSdav u i r caught unprepared mereiorc me ing witn qucsuons reponcis imviconfcrcnce will begin White House tries to anticipate been asking By late Tuesday afjnours hence Members hav questions That is an Hagerty has a list of t0 express their view part of job ticipated questions which nc Nvhat questions may come ir TTS r fh n f in CHorman A f 1 a 111 statesman was practically right Only it was not the Soviet Union which tried to torpedo the talks but Molotov Kaganovich andtne pair later a residential district Ackermann said he quickly repaired the radio cast beamed to North America said Soviet policy all along has been to live peacefully side by side with all countries and to do saiu iic ijiuin1 slfle ail coumnes auu v and contacted police who possible to improve Earlier this week the Rev Rob ert N D Yoak 42 Stuart an nounced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for 7th District Congress He is a Con It is Hagertys boast that in the last fourandahalf years he and his associates have never ijucbiiuiLb in ti v VU1UU LIJJ talks over with Sherman Adams h thc President might answer il c a 3Molotov especially disturbed DIES OF INJURIES iews on relations with other Communist Roland that nartiac orvrl thr Sfwifll blOCi ie assistant to the President what information the Pres There is no one in thc shouit gjve out and so forth Dodge The first three were hosjgregational minister Mr Yoak pitalized at Emmcstburg ThcJ othcrs were taken to Fort Dodge Boy Electrocuted at Home in Evansdale EVANSDALE 14yearold boy was electrocuted Friday while working on his bicycle with an electric drill on the damp base ment floor of his home here He was Richard Roland Frank son of Mrs Roland Frank The mother said she heard a soimd in announced for the same nomina tion last year but did not follow through Las April State Sen Jacob Grimslcad RLakc Mills an nounced he will seek the Republi can nomination for the 6th Dis trict Congress He is 51 a farm operator and has served in the Senate the last three sessions Governors Days In addition to the forthcoming meeting of thc new Republican advisory committee and the1 Efforts to revive him failed iOWAN HUNTED LINCOLN Neb Search con tinued Saturday for Paul Shaw 23 of Shenandoah Iowa an es capee from the Nebraska Re formatory where he was serving district and county i meetings there will be the annual Governors Days observance at Clear Lake This will be thc first year since 1938 that Iowa has had a Demo a three lo fiveyear term armed robberies in Lincoln for crat chief executive atGovernors Days time The observance is al ways the occasion of considerable Republican political speculation and maneuvering of possible can didates in the following years elections When a difficult subject like the USalk vaccine imbroglio of 1955 is current this meeting may be llarce and lively jour relations and cooperation with the USA since promotion of world peace depends largely parties and split the Soviet djcd jn a hospital here Seven Killed in Crash in North Michigan Saturday of injuries received in an auto accident June 22 COPEMISH Mich Dennis Collins was thcj sole survivor of a famliy of eight When it breaks up sometime jn a cartruck collision Frij after a smaller group meets with the President for thc final discussion Gathered in a semi All About The day near this northwestern lower Michigan community Bvnum Collins 55 a migrant Mason City Fair and Pair Married in Sky Over Iowa Plans Divorce KANSAS CITY i A marriage warmer between a former New York w j fiVIHllll uuum JJ a indium circle before him are pjckcr from Paragould jHagerty Anne Whcalon his wife Florence 45 andj 9 jHagerty Anne Wncaton his wife Florence 45 am iprcss secretary Maj Gen of thcjr children Linda 14 ton B Persons deputy assistant Gary 13 Harold 10 Thomas f to thc President Gerald D Mor gan special counsel Ann C Whitman personal secretary to jthe president Brig Gen Andrew and Terry 5 were dead when Fair and somewhat warmancc acninst Edward L Doc Sauirdav low about 70 model and a millionaire that be Parllv cloudy warm and hujgan in a chartered plane oytr mid Sunday with occasionaljlowa two years ago was on the thundcrshowcrs high at aroundrocks Saturday Mrs Marion G 29 filed suit for separate mainten AP Wirephoto AT AGRICULTURE SHOW Elizabeth II of Englandget a close look at a prize white hull at the lll Royal AgriculturalShow at Norwich Norfolk The Jon his own while the world looks Queen annually puts in an appearance afc the festival J Goodpastcr staff secretary and various administrative assis tants hist before the meeting starts JHagcrty has a final rundown ov er the telephone with Secretary iof State Dulles on the latest in Stern alional developments At thc President heads for thc conference room in the executive office building west of the White House The briefing and the advice now arc behind him In 10 minutes he will be strictly 115 and a county road state police reached thc scene atj er Saturday night High Satur 54 Her petition asked an intersection of State Highwayj 8794 Low Saturday night for CqUjtablc division of her hus 6473 Partly cloudy and property which is estimat tinued warm Sunday with aj morc than two million dol torcd ihundershowcrs west When they were married over Minnesota Parllv cloudy seat1 Northwood Iowa July 30 1955 tc v c d showers a 44passcnscr airliner n sky on Black Us means fiffic death in jiast ti hours warm Globe Gazette weather jup to 8 am Suiurclay Maximum Friday Minimum Friday At 8 am Saturday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum writing plane sketched hearts and flowers in the sky data Mrs Williams charged the hus jband was violent to her and her efforts to obtain 84 76 79 60 ja property settlement They have a oneyearold son Mrs Williams was granted Si500 a month all iriony for herself and the child jand attorney fees V   

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