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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tHt MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Associated Press and United Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY U 1955 Thu Paper ol Two No 141 Ike Reaches Geneva in Hopeful Mood More Violence in Casablanca CASABLANCA Morocco UPI Rioting in Casablanca which has taken 26 lives in the past two days spread tothe native quarter of the city Saturday despite a declaration of martial law in the city In the native quarter built along modern lines Moroccans set fire to a hospital and a sugar warehouse Firemen called to put out the flames were stoned Army tanks were ordered to the area The announcement of martial law was made by Gilbert Grandval the new French resident general who declared police forces had showed themselves inadequate the past 36 hours During Fridays wild demonstrations in the Euro pean quarter police were reported to have been conspicuously absent Grandval had previously ordered a 9 p m to 5 a m curfew All stores in the European quar ter were closed and street traffic Mindszenty Is Free Hungary Radio Reports Released Because of Health Age VIENNA Austria if Joseph Cardinal Mindszenty has been they were leased from prison on account ofj his health and old age the Hungar ian radio announced Saturday The cardinal now 63yearsold jwas sentenced to life imprison ment by a peoples court in was far below normal Reinforced police and Army units patrolled the strets and a police plane flew low over the city to spot congre gations of people Several hundred demonstrators tried to assemble near the area where the government buildings are concentrated but dispersed by police Much Damage Police and firemen began clear ing away smashed and burned au tomobiles and utility poles litter inj the streets Mobs took over the European convicted of of attemptine quarter o the city for 12 hoursjto overthrow the Hungarian Corn Friday before order was governrnent in favor of European residents prepared Satthe Hapsburg monarchv and of urday to bury the victims of m n jn b nauonahsl terrorist bombing which the Uaied States and y touched off the outbreaks day Six persons were killed when Fiood of Proteu the bomb exploded in a crowded arresl cafe section where Frenchmen were celebrating Bastille Day Moroccos ardent nationalists have long been carrVing out a terszenty rorist campaign of bombings and AP Wirephoto OFF FOR Eisenhower waves to the crowd at National Airport in Washington D as he took off for the Big Four meeting in Geneva With him are Mrs Eisenhower and their son John who is making the trip as an aide to the President U S GROUP REACHES MOSCOW Russ Set for Farm Jour NEW YORK ana unpnsonjgauon Of Op Soviet agriculturaljficulties 13rnan delej which is having serious farm dif ment produced a flood of indigleaders arrivcd here by plane Sat riant protests around the world enroute to Iow and other I The Communists arrested Mind on Dec 26 1948 after a i fcwjT UIW Va1 MJ filJUJ ond tine he had been jaded Hejican farm techniques with a view slayings in their drive for self government First Outbreak Some Europeans most of forA HUer them French live in this modern1 A monitored in Mu long controversy It was the sec farm states After a day ia New York the group will move on to study Amer applying them in the Meanwhile a 12man American group arrived Friday night in Rus sia to observe farm methods there and possibly give some advice on bow to raise corn and hogs They were met by A I Bovin deputy minister of agriculture and city of The first outbreak of violence came immediately after the bomb nich said the decree of the justice ordering his temporary ripped through Thursdav the cafe area Buffalo Center Youths Found After Accident release specified that be should Live in a monastery Strong From the time of his elevation to the cardinalate Mindszenty as Capt Fischer to Be Guest at Aviation Day Program The arrival late Saturday afternoon of Capt Harold Fischer double nine other Russians Bovin wel comed the Americans told them the Russians admired American agriculture achievements and said the Soviets much from them The Russian group is the first highlevel nondiplomatic Soviel delegation to come here for obser vation and travel with the blessing and encouragement of the government since the cold war be gan in 1946 Theres not a single dirt farmer in the whole Russian group though some of its members may very well have started life that way It includes some of the high arcnmsnop oi Budapest was unjet ace of Korean War will mark the beginning of activities of jest powered government anricul in nis opposition to thej Aviation Day Sunday at the Mason City Municipal Airport Fischer tural executives of the LS wno were tnen arrive on a CA5 from Washington ing over the Hungarian govern1 The aviation committee of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce 1 be host to Fischer and Top Official Its head is Vladimir Matskevich IA 14 The struggle reached a climaxj when the Communists announced plans to nationalize Catholic schools When this became law since near liamsburg Saturday morning an accident demolished the car they were driving and a pickup truck The parents of the youths missed the boys since Thursday when they were last seen on their bicycles No word was heard about them until they ended up in the Miller Hos pital in Williamsburg after the ac cident No one was seriously injured in the accident said Iowa County Sheriff Guy Schroll The boys told Schroll the following story They rode their bicycles to Mar ly about 40 miles where they left them on a gravel road about one mile east of town They walked into Manly stole a 1955 automobile and drove south the boys said The Worth County Sheriffs of fice said Saturday that a 1955 au tomobile of the same make the boys were reportedly driving was reported stolen in Manly night It was parked in front of the home of Robert Strand who lives on the east edge of Manly Strand owned the car No report of aban doned bicycles had been received by the Worth County Sheriffs of fice or by police officials in Man They were driving west near Homestead in Iowa County when the car they were driving collided with a pickup truck driven by Red Fowler of Ladora at a crossroads southwest of Homestead Schroll said the boys had suit cases with a change of clothes and about in cash in the car with them The two youths are under ob servation in the hospital in Wil liamsburg about 25 miles west of Cedar Rapids Schroll said he had no idea where the boys were going The parents left Buffalo Center Saturday morning for Williams burs Schroll said the boys would be released to the custody of their parents jail jhe knew his arrest was I Mindszenty refused to leave the INTEGRATION DELAYED MATADOR Tex the re quest of Negroes schools in this West Texas city will not be inte grated until next SAME DATEI954292 Black flat means traffic death in pas 21 nours Room Sunday at 11 Fischer will speak at the airport Among the distinguished guests Government to be present at the Saturday eve ning dinner will be Lt Gov Leo Elthon Fertile U S Rep James I Dolliver Fort Dodge Maj Gen Fred Tandy adjutant general of the Iowa National Guard and Lt Col Merlyn McLaughlin comman dant of the Central Iowa Air Force Reserve Center Des Moines Social Hour Mayor George Mendon will wel come the group and W Earl Hall editor of the GlobeGazette will be master of ceremonies A social at 6 p m will precede the dinner riculture His position is equiva lent to that of the leading assistant secretary of agriculture in the Matskevich is an important and powerful man in Soviet farm af fairs A close adherent and asso ciate of Nikita Khrushchev the first secretary of the Central Com mittee of the Soviet Communist Party he was long a leader in Ukrainian agriculture before going to take up his responsible post in Moscow When he returns to Moscow he will undoubtedly report directly and personally to Khrushchev on his findings Molotov Is Early Bird at Parley GENEVA Switzerland UP The Big Four heads of government converged on Geneva Saturday for the summit conference which President Eisenhower said could advance the cause of peace for all the British Prime Minister Anthony Eden Premier Edger Faure and Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin arrived Saturday after noon Soviet Foreign Minister Vyache lav M Molotov and his first depu ty Andrei A Gromyko were early arrivals They flew in at Parley Opens Monday The toplevel parley which the world hopes will pave the way to an end of 10 years of cold war tension opens here Monday in the ornate Palace of Nations With the Big Four leaders flying the dramatic parley NATO foreign ministers meeting in Paris gave unanimous approval to West ern strategy for the negotiations Officials from the 15 NATO member nations agreed that Ger man reunification should be the op objective in the Geneva drive to end the Cold War in Europe Issues Warning Other conference developments 1 In Bonn West German Chan cellor Konrad Adenauer warned that any European security sys tem based on the continued divi sion of Germany would be unac ceptable to the German people He also urged his parliament to pas a rearmament bill stressing L was absolutely necessary for the German cause at Geneva 2 Before leaving London Eden held last minute talks with far Eastern advisers It was reported he would seek to pave the way for a greatpower conference on the AP Wirephoto STOWAWAY Los Angeles Po liceman Kenneth Beck leads Bil ly Davis 12 from a TWA air liner Friday night after he stowed away on a flight from St Louis The shirtless and shoe less boy hid himself inside a group of people as they boarded the craft and he was not detect ed until it was well under wav Far East after the Geneva ses sions 3 In Moscow the name of Presi dent Eisenhower was blazoned in Deadlines on front pages of al Soviet newspapers The Commu nist Party newspaper Pravda said millions of simple people are pinning their hopes on the Geneva Worker Falls Oft Tank at Dubuque Killed DUBUQUE Craw ford 43 Pontiac was fatally injured Friday when he fell from the top of a threestory higl molasses tank where he was weld ing The man died at Mercy Hos pital a short time later Iowa Tour The Soviet delegation flies to Des Several hundred planes are exMoines Sunday and the following peeled Sunday morning for a flyinjday begins its tour of farms and QUEEN ONCE as queen of the Orches tral Vocal and Small Ensembles Division of the AllState Music Camp at Iowa City is Sandra Knight Rockford Miss Knight who was named Miss North Iowa at Mason Citys annual Band Festival this year also reigned over the music camp a year ago Shown with her are four attendants beginning with her sister Margaret Knight front Joanna Vcllenga Monmouth 111 Dianna Rex Ames back and Brcmla Hanson De Witt I breakfast at the airport The break fast from 7 to 11 is open to the public Following the program at 11 a m at which Fischer will speak and dignitaries will be introduced dem onstrations and exhibits are planned for the thousands of visitors ex pected at the airport Jet Planes A fourship squadron of F80 jet fighters of the Air National Guard will pass over the field at a m A helicopter demonstration is set for noon Civilian and mili tary aircraft will be displayed Represent atives of the Des Moines Air Filter Center will show the operation of a filter board in spotting and plotting planes through information obtained from ground observers Activities of Aviation Day are sponsored by the North Iowa Fly ing Club A model airplane contest held in conjunction with Aviation Day and sponsored by the Mason City Exchange Club will get under way at 9 a m at the airport Prizes will be awarded in each of the seven divisions of the contest NEW TYPHOON TOKYO new typhoon is churning across the Pacific in the wake of Typhoon Clara and is ex pected to hit southern Japan Sun day morning Air Force jweather spotters said Saturday associated institutions and enter prises The Russians according to pres ent arrangements will be in the United Slates until after Aug 20 In addition to Iowa they will visit Nebraska South Dakota Minneso ta Chicago California and Wash ington 1 Dead 6 Injured in 3Car Crash North of Tipton TIPTON man was killed and six others were injured early Saturday in a traffic accident on Highway 150 about three miles north of Tipton Killed in the crash was Otto Kesburg 61 Clarence Most seriously injured was Clar ence Stanlake 55 also of Clarence who was reported in critical con dition at a Cedar Rapids hospital Authorities said the accident ap parently occurred when two cars slammed into the rear of a jeep driven by Wayne Robinson of near Clarence as it turned off the high way The two cars involved were driv en by Edward Hamilton Tipton and LaVern Dorman Clarence They were less seriously injured as were Raymond Penningrath Clarence and Jerry Moon Tipton BACKGROUND DATA What You Need to Know About Geneva From Our Editorial Research Bnrcmu Big Four summit conference at Geneva opens Monday just 10 years and one day after the last previous meet ing of heads of state from both sides of the Iron Curtain The future of Germany was at stake at Potsdam in 1945 as it is today Only then the problem was a policy for occupation of Ger many and now the problem is German reunification and Germanys role as a world power What has happened since 1945 Sir Winston Churchill totted up the score eight years after Potsdam in Triumph and Tragedy The sum mary still holds except that Austria has reemerged now as a neu tral state As Churchill saw it The Russian occupation line in Europe runs from Lubeck to Linz Czechoslovakia has been engulfed The Baltic States Poland Rumania and Bulgaria have been reduced to satellite States under totalitarian Communist rule Austria is denied all settlement Yugo slavia has broken loose Greece alone is saved Our armies are gone and it will be a long time before even 60 divisions can be once again assembled opposite Russian forces which in armor and manpower are in overwhelming strength Only the atomic bomb stretches its sinister shield before Replaced by Attlee Churchill was replaced by Clement R Attlee as Prime Minister and Britains representative at Potsdam on the Laborites over whelming victory in British elections Laborites had declared that Attlee as a Socialist would be able to negotiate with more ease with the Russians Churchill now expresses deep regret at his removal from the scene at the time when I still had much influence and And the Laborites seem to have come round to his way of thinking At any rate they recently proposed in Commons that he accompany Prime Minister Anthony Eden to Geneva Churchill had wanted the Potsdam meeting to be held a month earlier Also he had wanted the United States to wait until after Pots dam to pull its forces from the combat lines to the zone prescribed at Yalta Otherwise after giving up the whole centre and heart of the centre and keystone of and Britain would go to Potsdam with nothing to bargain President Truman rejected Churchills proposal Nevertheless Churchill understood Trumans position and he says now Those who are only wise after the event should hold their Cordial Relations Churchill had been eager to meet this potentate sicl with whom my cordial relations in spite of differences had been established by He found Truman a man of exceptional char acter and ability with an outlook exactly along the lines of Anglo American relations as they had developed simple and direct methods of speech and a great deal of selfconfidence and Anthony Eden now Britains top representative at Geneva was Churchills right bower at Potsdam He was replaced after the elec tions by the late Ernest Bevin Bevin and Attlee accepted the post ponement of the final determination of Polands borders which Churchill and Eden had opposed The Polish borders are still a major area of dispute for Geneva Of the primary figures at Geneva only Eden and Molotov were present at Potsdam both as foreign ministers The Secretary of State was James F Byrnes in his party was Charles E Bohlen who now as Ambassador to Moscow is coaching the delega tion at Geneva France with Gen Charles de Gaulle as president of its provisional government was not represented at Potsdam A line observer in nearby Berlin was the head of the Allied Occupation forces Gen Dwight D Eisenhower 2Hour Stop at Iceland Be Honest Russ Told GENEVA Eisen hower arrived here late Saturday after expressing hope that man lands greatest step toward peace and prosperity may be taken in the next few fateful days The Eisenhower plane reached Keflavik Iceland Air Force Base approximately 10 hours after tak ing off from Washington Friday night It was the only stop planned enroute to Geneva After a stop of about two hours he plane took off on the second eg of the flight The Eisenhower party had lunch with President and Mrs Asgeir Asgeirsson of Iceland and others including John Muccio the minister there Brief Talk Eisenhower made a brief infor mal talk saying he was going to Geneva in a search for 3e said too I shall hope the cause of peace can be advanced for all the and that people everywhere will achieve a more xanquil life with peace and jus President Asgeirsson replied that we wish you well and also success in your important work at the meeting in Geneva We also wish you success in the work for peace and Aboard the Presidents personal plane the Columbine III were Mrs Eisenhower and their son Maj John Eisenhower In a dramatic White House broadcast less than an hour before taking off from Washington Eisen hower all but pleaded with the Rus sians to make good on their recent olerance and conciliation pledges He spoke in moving terms of what he called a speech by So viet Premier Bulganin to a Mos cow news conference Friday He talked of conciliation and olerance and understanding I say o you I say to all the world if he words that he expressed are truly reflective of the hearts and minds of the men in the Kremlin then there will be no trouble Between the Russian delegation and our own at this coming con Step Toward Peace And said the President with deep seriousness if the distrust vhich has poisoned relations be ween countries can be dispelled at his meeting with the Russian British and French leaders start ng Monday then We will have taken the great est step toward peace toward fu ure prosperity and tranquility hat has ever been taken in all he history of He spoke of the conference at empting to prevent war o keep from us this terrible scourge that afflicts It is clear he said that in the short time of the conference we cannot settle the details of the many problems that afflict the but he added later We want peace We cannot look at this whole situation without realizing first that pessimism never won any battle whether it was peace or whether it was in A keyedup crowd of more than 200 saw the President off at the airport including possibly as a good omen the acting head of the Soviet embassy Sergei R Strig anov FIRE DAMAGE CHICAGO fire caused an estimated one million dollars dam age to the 12story JIaurice L Rothschild clothing store on down town State street Friday night The Weather Mason City Cloudy warm Iowa Fair warm Minnesota hot WARM Globe Gazette Weather Data up to 8 Satur day Maximum 11 Minimum 65 At 8 66 YEAR AGO Maximum 84 Minimum 62   

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