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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Dail Newspaper Edited for VOL 97 CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H w T H A T M A K I A L L N 0 R T H I W A N N I I G H I 0 R nd Unltrt InUrnjtUoiut Full 7c m Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 31 1951 Thli Paper Two fectloiuJtectloa OM HOME EDITION If 4 jti Negotiations ATest Ban Begun Repeats usi GENEVA Friday re iterated its demand for an imme diate suspension of nuclear wea pon tests forever Soviet delegate SemyonK Tsar apkin made the demand at the start j of negotiations with the United States and Britain for a joint suspension of tests under in ternational control Tsarapkin said a permanent un dertaking by the three powers to stop tests should precede negotia tion of the control system to de tect violations The West has con sistently refused to agree to a per manent cessation of tests unless the control system is set up first MEANWHILE voluntary Brit ish and American cessation of testsfor a oneyear period went into effect Friday But both coun tries have given notice they will resume testing if Russian tests continue The negotiations expected to continue for at least a month will be conducted in privacy The two Western governments hoped the Soviet Union would join them in an informal suspension of test explosions for the time be ing ALL THREE nations professed to favor banning the tests but ra continuing EastWest split undetiiBgdjwrttiese developments n that thetalksm mentoutlawing tests immediately and foiever regardless of wheth er a control system is approved 2 The United States and Brit ain a conditional one year suspension of their tests ef Saturday 70 fective Thursday midnight The condition wasthat theSoviet Un ion cease firing nuclear explo sives too Maximum There immediatecom Minimum ment from the Russians how At 8 am ever as to whether they would YEAR AGO join in the suspension HEAPING THE delegations are Ambassador James J Wads worth of the United States Sem yon K Tsarapkin of the Soviet Union and Minister of State David OrmsbyGore of Britain New Soviet notes sent to the Western i powers Thursday sug gested that Secretary of State Dulles Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko and British For eign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd sit in later to speed agreement This modified the Kremlins proposal a month ago that the meeting be raised at the start to the foreign ministers level The United Stales and Britain indi cated Dulles and Lloyd would take part later if agreement ap peared likely If the Soviet government goes on with the test series which it began at the end of September officials said the United States will consider that its suspension is no longer in effect and will re testing itself AP Photofax TO LEAVE HOSPITAL Mone Hukill The Little King as Dallas Tex nurses call him is leaving for hqme with a heavy cast but Ayith a bright future The boy son of Mr arid Mrs Henry Hukill was born 10 months ago with a cleft spine a dislocated hip and a clubfoot Surgeons hbwever have repaired three in a series of operations and the lad nowcan leave the hospital for the first time The Weather Mason City Fair through Satur day Not so cool Friday night low 3336 Mild Saturday High 6669 Iowa Mostly fair through Satur day Warmer northwest Friday night state Saturday Low Friday night 2838 Five day Iowa Temperatures will lAayerageT 5t to 10 degjree above normal ing trend is expected over the weekend with little change thereafter precipitation is expected during the period Minnesota Fair and mild High Saturday 70 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday 63 30 39 55 25 Soviets Urge Pasternak to Pack Bags Background story Page 2 LONDON Moscow Radio n 10 languages invited novelist An Era of Tests Ended ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev An era of nuclear weapons test ing ended at least temporarily at midnight And in its wake Renewed fur or over the dangers of radioac tive fallout The last atomic shot went off in a mountainside tunnel with an earthjolting shock It was as big as bombs which de stroyedJapanese cities in World War II It lofted a 500footwide column of rock and diirt 1000 feet above the mountain top Huge boulders crashed down the slopes A t o mi c Energy Commission scientists kept trying to set off another weapon right up until the midnight deadline A blast was to have gone off under a balloon at 1500 feetaltitude But high winds balked the effort ALARMED by a spurt in radio activity over Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poulson tried to get the AEG to call off the shot that nev er materialized He phoned the AEC in Wash ington and complained to Com missioner W F Libby that wind was Mowing fallout from Nevada tests over his city said the amount of radio activity over Los Angeles was not hazardous Realtors Indicted by Jury Violations of Rules Charged WATERLOO HawkCounty a City irealestate dealersohava been indicted by the federal grand j jury for allegedly violat ing Federal Housing tion officials y Thefindictmentsfollow susperi last spring by FHA authorities i of the grbup after ah ihyestigation led by I o wa FHAvDifectorvFrahk C Wahrm an of jDes Moines Wahf maTi was a witness before the v Five of the 10 were indicted on three counts ailegihg the makihg of false statements to the FHA forthe increasing uhP surance on a loanfor overstat ing the price of property soldYta obtain ahincrease inFHAjirisur ance iriake false statements in rcohnec tion with efforts1 increases onFHAiioaiis I the of the writer who turned sdmvn Nobel Prize this heavy Soviet pressure No So viet man or woman wantsto breathe the air he breathes THE BROADCASTS in Eng lish Gei man French Portu guese Swedish Norwegian Dan ish Greek Italian and Serlio declared the authorof the gelies City Department wishes that thleVamount of radio activityjm was 20 per cent abovethe levelconsidered safe WITCH WAY TO TRAVEL Sharon AP Photofax her side If she has her Thompson 18 Minneapolis ponders mod the new will win out of the bldfor shes ern flight techniques witches but keeps the for Halloween old standby a an engineering student of Minnesota the University1 Clifton yrBurdette Gillette Eugenett K6nnethl j JFrancis andJo IBurdettejiwbioTiives in KAUare dealer except ScKphs Autfiprities tsaid Schoris isva contractor Two ottiersiRusseil Wilbur David Farnis worth also of in dictecT the price i of purpose of getting an in Eisenhower in Final Bill ff Maximum Minimum Telephone Calls Being Monitored Loveless Claims DES MOINES Calls to the Governors office through the statehouse switchboard have been monitored for some time Gov Herschel Loveless said Friday Weve been getting quite a kick out of it around here he added He wouldnt say who he thinks has been doing it Asked whether he plans to take any action Loveless answered No let them listen in all they want I dont mind at all Any private telephone calls are handled on his private telephone the Governor explained Anc when I want to make sure I can talk privately I go downtown an Mrs Solotko Put on Years Probation BURLINGTON W Theresia Solotko 34 who admitted season ing her husbands coffee with ar senic on several occasions Fri day was placed on probation for one year In granting parole Judge George Van he felt there was enough including that of her husband to warrant taking a risfixvith Mrs Solotko a Russian refugee and mother of two daughters He safd it is the duty of the court to letj her rehabilitate herself and it probably will work out best for fecrself and her family BALLOON FOUND j CALMAR Iff Representa tives of the University of Michi eah were awaited here Friday to picJHyp a large weather baHoorj that landed in the back yard ofj tfce Kcrmit Halverson home i use a pay phone he added Loveless said the monitorin tias been more prevalent in th last few weeks probably becaus of the political campaign Catherine Hydeman chief oper ator at the Stalehouse denied tha any calls through the Statehous switchboard were being mon torcd We would never let any thing like that be done she saic Our girls here are too busy listen in on any conversation OOPS ntiCommunist tiivago has novel Doctor no place in So iet society They called Paster ak a man who in spirit has ong been a traitof to his country nd who has now spat in its face a poet of the decadent school a pretenderto aesthetic cul for human consumption over a period of months ANIMMEDIATE flurry of ex citement apprehension and anger followed The uproar was subsiding un der a barrage of reassuring statements An AEG spokesman at theNe vada testing site said radioactiv ity in the Los Angeles air will dis sipate quickly He said amount was equal to the ex ppsure a person would experi ence under normal circumstances over two months Los Angeles city health offi BYTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS icted on thisv c h a r ge and a similar rwdictment Wood or Also indicted orVbyerstatiiig he price t President Eisenhower makesa finalsbid Friday for a Republican Congress The opposition says fate owes lhanks1 to the Democratic controlleduCongress for any ad ministration accomplishments who has cam paigned with new vigor in this years battle for Congress chose Baltimore for hiswmdup ure who wrote for a select few nd had no contact with the eople l j T Pasternak rejected the esday six days Rafter it was warded him He previously had hanked the Royal Swedish Acad rrty for the prize He obviously hanged his mind because of the torm raised in the Soviet press THERE WAS no way of telling vhat royalties from Doctor Zhfi amount to Bonniers Co Swedish publishers of the book aid allroyalties up to now have men collected by GianrGiacpmo Feltrinellie the Italian publisher who first printed the book In Milan Feltrinelli declined to comment But the Milan maga zine Eruopeo said that Feltrinelli las tens of millions of lire tens of thousands of dollars in royalties in Italy being held in Pasternaks name cer Dr George M Uhl said There is no cause for public alarm at this time Sioux City Woman Victim of Accident SIOUX CIgY UPI Mrs Myjld 31 Sioux City was killedinstantly Friday when her collided with a cattle an intersection in Sioux driver of the truck Marvin Reynolds 19 Bassett Neb was ndrhurt Officers said the truck was carrying about 36 head of cattle and several of the animals bolted from the truck and wandered away Weather Forecast for the Weekend More of Same lowans canlook forward t and mild weather through ttie weekend Temperatures dropped the freezing mark at some places in the state Friday morning but lows generally were above freez ing Waterloo reported a low o 25 degrees Mason City had 30 Lows Saturday morning are due to be mainly in the 30s Much of the western and cen tral portions of the state have re ceived verylittle rain this month Indications were that this will be the second driest October since the Weather Bureau began keep ing records in 1877 and televisio rrUw pt f V ipeal tp the nation i President Bought television Tstruck s ieavyblovvsat in the way to the West he v was i expe c ted to empliasis what he contends rehis admin fm the Coreign andvdomestit fields1 S E N AT E D EMbC IR ATI C Lead er LyndonJohnson of EiserinowerVhas received more coHpperatiqnfrom Democrats in Congress than fromVRepublicans in the House and Senate Speaking to a party rally in In dianapolis Johnson said the accoinplishmenl Tt Indicted in Dedth jOf lovwi Man COUNCIL BLUFFS 35 yearold New Mexico manarid his wife were held here Friday without bond oh murder charges and his wife Anna Mae 37 Tucumcari N M indicted Thursday by the Ppttawatlamie jury in the death of wey 77 owner of a confection ery store hereTheelderly man died two weeks after he was found severely beaten in the liv ing quarters of his store Sept 3 npwihblds of j Johnson mentioned antirecession f meas ufeslnd steps to counter Sovie scienfTfic advancesl VThe Texa said Democratic votes senhowers foreign policy pro grams in Congress T HE j Democratic leaqer vfalso dismissedas scare words the charges byRepublican campaigners including Eisen hower that the Democrats har bor political radicalism V In the same vein National Chairman Paul Butler accusedEisenhower of using radi calism and socialism as scare the Democrats Noting that Eisenhowers Balti more speech fell vere j C D Mason City no he com was indicted 5azette ladnot the ment frqmpress Thou t h e J irid ic tm ei ts w er e returned Wednesday grand the riames made1 trie coups iri structions individuals were notified of the indictments Bailhas been set for each at 000 by Federar Judge N Graven The defendants are ex pected tp be arraigned within Wilkins K i b e Hill last Butler said Eisenhower the hobgoblin speech ypuri ghosts have written and discuss the is in a statement that should throw away f S i Xv l Strike Against L TWA Developing KANSAS CITY W The men who maintain and service Trans World Airlines planes prepared to strike at midnight Friday The airline one of the nations Big Four said it would furlough its 19000 employes if the 6700 mem N J Of tnc international Assn of trolman Cyrus England wasiMachinists strike standing in his information I i ST3QKGSIT1 i booth Friday when Esther pt Moppes drove up j a t would shut down operations Which way is it to TWA operates 200J State Parkway asked Missjpianes on miics of routes VanMoppes across the Untied States from England told her ShejSan Francisco to New York thanked him then drove smack in cross he Atlantic and through1 into his information Lsoth Europe Ip the Far Easi J She received a sum mans A similar strike grouniltHi Gap charging her with carelessitsT Airlines planes for the 16th driving jday Friday I sues t Adlai E Stevenson Democratr ic presidential candidate in 1952 and 1956 appeared at party rallyin Chicagoand saida void left by the failure ofWhite House leadership is being filled by Con gress STEVENSON pre p a r i n g to campaignin Minnesota Saturday said that whom we send to the House and Senate this year will have an unusually heavy influ ence on the course of American policy during the next two critical years f Meanwhile the heads of the Republican and Democratic na tional committees swapped jabs on civil issue that bulks large in some Northern areas where the Negro vote could be a Vfg factor Republican Chairman Meade Alcorn put out a statement speak ing of what he called the shod dy Democrat record on civil Alcorn said We had 20 J years of nothing in the field of i civil rights when Democrats con itroilerl Congress and the jWhite Countering Democratic Chair man Butler said the Republican jparjy has a long and public rcc lord of callous duplicity on human April were suspens ineligible to do business with vio lating FHA in the same cohhection that resulted in the indictments IN ANOTHER indictment Vein Van Raden Greene was charged with falsifying and con cealing the amount of grain in storage under seal and of false representations to the Commod ity Credit Corp to obtain reseat His bail was also set at At Sioux City U E Van Alstine identified other per sons named in indictments atWa terloo including Henry J Will man former postmaster at Oster dock a northeastern Iowa He was charged with converting of postal funds to his own use Federal authorities said this postal records had been burned and that the amount of the al leged conversion might be larger 10WANS ELECTED DES MOINES W The Grand chapter of Iowa Order of East ern Star closed its annual con vention here Thursday with elec tion of Mrs Ortis R Watson Waterloo as worthy grand ma tron and HowardL Lyon Avoca as worthy grand patron rv ti t i i j iord of caiious duplicity on GLAD TO MEET YOU Vice Presi Nixon later spoke to an estimated 30000 Herald it took i derst Nixon inlcrruptcd his visit at Fort at City Square At left is Robert WaggoniicraiiccontroHcri to shake hands with some of those who went to the airport to greet him er Republican nomineefor Congiessman 6th I the first civil rights ilhis century tnnass SAMS hirarn Jf1 r   

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