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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 28, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIll Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 28 1957 Adenauer Winds Up Confab Agrees With Disarm Plan WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower and West German Chancellor K o n r a d Adenauer agreed Tuesday to press for a limited disarmament agreement Russia under an effective system of international control The two men proclaimed this in a communique summing up three days of intensive talks on urgent international problems Eisenhower and the 81yearold German leader agreed the an nouncement said that if initial EastWest disarmament steps sue ceed they should be followed within a reasonable time by a comprehensive dis a r m a m e n agreement Second Step They warned however that any second step big disarmamen agreement must necessarily pre suppose a prior solution of the problem of German reunifica tion Adenauer advised the Presiden that he believed that agreemen on a first stage arms reduc tion plan with Russia might b an appropriate time for an American British French Rus sian foreign ministers conference with Germany on the problem o German reunification The communique said that in the private talks Eisenhower as sured the Chancellor that the United States does not intend t take any action in the field of in ternational disarmament which would prejudice the reunification of Germany Close Contact He Eisenhower stated tha the United States would consul with the Germam goyernmen closely on alljnatters affectin Germ anyarising in the disarma ment negotiations The 1000 word declaratio blamed existing international ten sion on the acts and policies o the Soviet Union among them the deprivation of other people of their freedom Eisenhower joined with Adenau er in reaffirming that theendih of the present division of German is a major objective of the for eign policies of the two govern ments Germany must be reunited o a free and democratic basis bi peaceful means the announce ment said If the Soviet ruler really desire peace and the re laxation of international tension they can give no better proof tha to permit the unification of Ger many through free elections Gas Blamed for Death of Cresco City Employe Tills Paper Conjlsti tf Four No 197 S c Sx Open Atom Test Series in Nevada ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev UP Statei exploded a brilliant atomic device into the desert darki ness Tuesday openingits summer series of Nevadatests asdisarmament talks preceded in London with the pos sibility of ending nuclear experiments Thu 10kiloton device flared unearthly light over the lest center A tremtndous inusbrounv cloud erupted into the predawn sky Shot lime jtm The rising dowl bleuded its base against lowhanging clouds on the northern horizon Thelop of the cloud coiled and boiled into the sky and drifted away from its stem The first faint rays o the sun capped the soaring mass with WET ENQING TO A NOVEL IDEA Chuck Warner 220 2nd S W decided to try something different He went fishing at Clear Lake using stilts instead of a wound up getting a good soaking Taking advantage of acomparatively low water level Warner climbed aboard his homemade stilts from a dock and ambled out several hundred yards from the shoreline to throw out his line cen But he forgot just one weight forced the 2x2 stilts deeper and deeper into the soft lake bottom until they couldnt be moved any more In the end he was forced to doff his shirt abandon ship and swim for shove Photon by Wof Happy With Fund Slash Ike Post Office Bill WASHINGTON resident Eisenhower Monday signed an ap propriation bill carrying 000000 for the Post Office Depart ment but said the money will b insufficient unless postal serv ices are to be substantially cur tailed beginning Eisenhower approved the bill a few minutes after Postmaster General Summerfield and his ci vilian advisory board had con ferred with Eisenhower They told the President the inoney would not be enough to continue present postal services In a statemenCpn signing ithe bill thef President said that in order to enable the American people to continue to receive the postal service to which they are entitled he will ask Congress shortly for a supplemental appro priation for the fiscal year start ing July l Extra Million Summerfield said the adminis tration will request an additiona million C o ng r e s s cut Eisenhowers budget requests for the Post Office Department by 58 million dollars but Summerfield said he now needed to meet increased costs The bill Eisenhower signed car foi Tot 3 Recovering Nicely After Suffering Unbelleveable Facial Laceration by Pet FAIRMONT Minn If Threeyearold Kenneth Klug who suffered a nineinch gash on his face when bitten by the family farm dog is going to escape with minimum scars disfigurement a doctor said Tuesday Surgeons took 63 stitches to they close the wound which described as wound ing nicely a doctor said Kenneth was playing in the farm yard when his mother Mrs Emil Klug heard him scream and Rover the dog snarling She ran out of the house to find Kenneth on ground and the dog standing over him She drove the dog away and ran to the fields to get her husband Doctors at the Fairmont Hos pital worked 2Vi hours to close the wound It started just be low the moufh tunning along ifmVsrt to juglar vefn and then upwards to the ear An inside wound continued for another two inches coming out fay the left ear which also was badly cut The Klugs have three other small children The dog had been running behind the tractor all day and was probably tired Klug said He probably didnt want to play and maybe Ken ny stepped on foot or something 1 dont know ex actly Rover observation Doctors safd he hasnt shown any signs of rabies Mrs Klug said the family planned to dispose of the dog Road Patrol Ready for the Holiday DES MOINES W A fullforce traffic enforcement effort from 6 pm Wednesday through mid night Sunday was announced Tuesday by theState Highway Patrol in an effort to its own prediction that 10 persons may dieas a result of Memorial Day travel in Iowa Moyer state safety outlined plans as follows KENNETH KLUG Greene Man Dies 4 Hurt in Accident ALLISON Wilbur Weigman 40 a farmer of near Greene was killed Monday night when a car in which he was riding with his wife and three sons was involved in a collision on a county roac four miles west of here Mrs Weigman 34 and the boys ranging in age from 4 to 9 are hospitalized at Charles City The mother is in fair condition Wants Half of Cutback Restored WASHINGTON ffi President Eisenhower was pictured Tues day as not happy with the proposed billion cut in new defense appropriations and that House Republicans will battle to restore only about million of T TB J J creamy mantle Below cloud cap the familiar dirty brown mushroom stem held firmly and then began to lose its identity Spectacular as was tho explo sion it wassmnll compared with other tests carried out hero dur ing the five years the United States has tested atomic weapons oil tho Nevada desert The flash was seen in several nearby states including Califor nia Arizona and Utah Witnesses at most distant points described it as very quick and not nearly as bright as Hit flashes of some previous tests The 10kiloton power of Tues days device is equal to the ener gy of 10000 tons of TNT This Is about onehalf the bombs which destroyed the Japanese cities oJ Hiroshima and Nagasaki in World War II Bombs of more than 20 kilotoiis have been leslet here Path Tracked t As the blasfwent off from atop a 500foot lower at Yucca Flat 7 milesnorthwest of Las Vegas 3 aircraft streaked into the radio active field to photograph lh mushroom cloud and to track it pathas the light wind carried i away In observati tnn r t v pwoio iiiigulK II1C GOP Leader Martin Mass so test sile were 200 military person described Eisenhowers attitude nci Tne cst wus by after he othor Republican newsmen from a 11 congressional leaders had their regular weekly meeting with the President Asked whether Eisenhower was satisfied with the House Repub lican Policy Committees de cision to try for restoration of about 350 million dollars of the cut Martin replied No he is not happy He thinks we should have at least 000000 But we have got to face the fact that we riave a strong Democratic House Senate Action Martin talked with newsmen at the White House Senate Repub lican Leader Knowland of Cali fornia who was with him said the administrations hope is that if the House restores about 350 million dollars the it acts on the put back on morning the disposal plant here His body was found at 11 am and a doctor said he had been dead approximately two hours He had taken a manhole cover off and had gone down into a pit He is manager of the disposal plant and has worked Jan 1 1956 Previously he was an assistant at the waterworks since ucpdiLmeuLs lor me new tiscan Tr That s S80363OOQfless thanthe hlghways the administration asked for both The National Guard will callj departments Service Cutbacks Summerfield said earlier Mon day he may close hundreds if not thousands of smaller post offices unless Congress gives his depart ment the extra S140 million The other cutbacks he said Body of Missing out 125 men to conduct a jeep pa Airman Located with head injuries a fractured substantially more nose facial and mouth injuries a probable fractured pelvis am jpossible internal injuries practical problems facing tested i r i 7 is in fair conditionianti it remains to be seen what Because the amount of dust and head in juries a compound wiH happen there jdirt taken into the air was held Berserk Sailor Attacks 3 BULLETIN SAN FRANCISCO mle Henderson sailor went berserk aboard a ship at Treasure Tuesday afternoon after eluding capture for more than six hours by holding host ages on the ships flying bridge SAN FRANCISCO IM A Navy enlisted sentence for theft killed a young ensign and wounded two other men Tuesday aboard a cargo ship at Treasure Island in San Francisco bespectacled Negro Henderson leaped upon the sailor on watch af am hit him with a hammer and snatched his 45 pistol fronThim Then hescurried to thfeqfficers quarters and killed one ensign atid wounded another gravely HeldTwo ne herded four hostages up to This explosion delayed since lh awav May 16 by adverse wind condi tionsWas intended to provide the Atomic Energy Commission with information on radiation measure ments Hash effocts and fallout The entire series which will continue until Sept 1 and will in clude more than 15 shots is de atlaltv neW knowledge important to the defense of the United States and the free world Little Fallout Theiireball of Tuesdays device did not touch the desert floor be neath the disintegrated steel tow er This eliminated the great mass of radioactive dirt which in past testsJtas been sucked Jnto the air As a the Nevada Test Orr ganization said IJfsii fallout in tlie area surrounding thetest site would be minimized go ship Uvaldc He held the four for two hours before they man aged to slip away unharmed Then Henderson at bay oc cupied the bridge while and marines trained rifles and riot guns on that section of the ship I Victims Identified Five hours later Henderson was in the wheel house talking to his mother Mrs Martha Hendersoif and Cmdr Herman J Schnurr chaplain He still had the pistol and had made no move to sm render Mrs Henderson had re ceived permission togo aboard tptalk with her son The Navy did not immediately announce the name of the dead man but AlamedaCounty author ities said he was Ens ArthurLusjc Morris The wounded were iden Two patrol planes and two National Guard planes will go aloft to help spot traffic violators The planes will be in twoway ra dio contact with patrol and guard highway vehicles also could include an end to Satj Several highway patrol units urday mail service and ARNETT Okla WVThe body of a missing crew member sought since Friday when a jet bomber crashed into the south Canadian River was found Monday night Ellis County Sheriff Perry Town said the body of 1st Lt Robert since 1951 urday mail service and a use electronic speed timers ftlclsaac 24 Seattle Wash was nenry His wife the former Josephine duction in the amount of mail postiat unannounced highway localocated Jn countr 24 miles treated Whitney survives along with offices are to handle jtions southeast of here Mclsaac three children Rebecca 6 Summerfield said a big increase At least K safety departmentjt para berta 5 and Richard 9 Funeral In mai1 volume has boosted hisemployes will patrol the r arrangements are incomplete at departments operating deficit 0n a volunteer basis Thursday ljatn a storm the Bradley Funeral Home i Th service curtailments whichand during the weekend two men lanried safely m m ftTft nnftrmnr3 1 Col David Hcrrick patrol chief fracture of the right leg and lac erations David9 is in good con dition with a fractured clavicle and minor lacerations The youngest Paul 4 is in fair con dition with severe lacerations a probable skull fracture and a fractured elbow The driver of the second car Henry Deralle Bristow was treated at a doctors office and About The Weather Summerfield mentioned were sim W1 waviu ncillCRt pair ilar to ones put into effect temsaid enforcement will be strict These fair Herrick said a special rju after Conwatch will be kept for improper gress voted the department an illegal passing excessive Mason City Partly cloudy through Wednesday Chance of fA r 41 u mcen excessive miiK supplies in tnis rlM ITr n curspeed and stop violations its fifth day Tuesday MILK TIEUP Minn labor dispute which has virtually cut off supplies in this area was in rent fiscal year At the same time Summerfield announced plans to increase fees a shower or a thunderstorm on several special postal services Tuesday night Low Tuesday i effective July 1 Included would night lower 50s High Wednesjbe special delivery money orders day upper 70s land insured mail Summerfield land insured for chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms extreme southwest in evening low in the 50s Partly cloudy and mild Wednesday Minnesota Scattered showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Monday 69 Minimum Monday night 49 At 8 a m Tuesday 60 YEAR AGO Maximum S8 Minimum 64 Governor May Veto Three of Six Remaining Bills DES MOINES Herigood he will veto two others he schel C Loveless said Tuesday hesaid expects to act Wednesday on thej Bills on the Governors desk in final six bills sent to him by the 1 elude measures to rewrite code recentlyadjourned Legislature jsections pertaining to collection It appears that at least three of jof gas taxes redefine contract them are in danger of veto whichtruckers and provide an exemp Knowland who has called for trimming the administrations overall budget by about three billion dollars al luded to the strong economy tide running in Congress this year Military Force Asked whether he personally is for restoring the the president wants Knowland said he already is on record as favoring restoration of any part of the 81200000000 that relates to the muscle and strength of the armed forces He added I dont want to sec our de fense weakened in the field of military hardware j i Sherman Smith Heads Engineers Group DES MOINES W Sherman Smith Burlington is the newly to aminimum test officials said a minimum of radioactive mate rial would be carried outside the test area by winds Radioactive dust often is carried around the world by highaltitude winds but outsidalhe test area actual fallout ordinarily is minute Verbdck beaten with a NEW MISSILE BALTIMORE The Co announced Tuesday develop ment of the Bullpup a new airtet surface missile designed for us by attack planes against such tar jets as tanks and truck convoysi 2 Fredericksburg Farmers Die in CarTruck Crash NEW HAMPTON farm ers of near Fredericksburg rid ing in separate vehicles were killed Monday night in a collision on Highway 18 a mile east of Delected president of the Iowa Williamslown Assn of Consulting engineers They were Arthur Testroff held its annual meeting ml and Carl Dailey 23 Injured critjDes Moines Other officers named ically was Earl Schneider 26 ofjfor the coming year include E F near New Hampton who was Des Moines vice presi a pickup truck with Testroff dent Robert Rosene Bclmond Officers said the accident ocjsecretary Frank Pulley Des curred when a car in whichjMoines treasurer and Neil Car Dailey was alone came onto thelpenter Ames Robert L Brice highway from a country roadlWaterloo Ralph Wallace Mason The truck waS registered in theCity and M L Patzig Jr Paul name of Arthur Schneider and Eugene Davis all of Des Moines directors v j C1AIV4 V ililw Oil lid J I II VI L O V II would run Loveless total for the Uon from payment on the moniesjof the injured man year to 14 and credits axes on noninterest Services for Dailey are pending State officials speculated the tobearing funds at the Larkin Funeral Home and 1OWAN DROWNS tal probably would be a record Loveless told his news conferfor Testroff at the Meyer and ALBANY III Hum1 ivirepwo It is at least the highest in modenco his mai in response to the Rcttig Funeral Home Tripoli phrey 61 Clinton Iowa drowned ATOM CLOUD OVER TEST SITE The atomic cloud Dailey is survived by his Monday when his motorboat from Tuesdays nuclear test hr Nevada hangs lazv ern Iowa history vcio last week of the cent y y en s mooroat One measure almot certain to sales tax bill and six capital immother a brother and a sisterjstarted up suddenlyand dropped be vetoed would subject airlines jprovcments bills has been 24 toiand Testroff is survived by his him into the Mississippi River to OrODGrtv taxes fhanrps arr 4 in hie favnr SAME to property taxes Chances are4 in his favor jnear here ily over the AECs proving grounds some 15 minutes after the detonation Emphasis is being placed in this series on reduction of fallout of radioactive material ;