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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 6, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LXI Associated and United Prcu Full Lease Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST i 1955 HUs Paper Consists of Two No 251 Blast at Demos Hit by Kefauver Japanese NoteA Bombing HIROSHIMA Japan rens and church bells Saturday broke the stillness of Hiroshima at ten years to the minute since the city vanished in one blinding terrible explosion The worlds first city to feel the horrifying power of the atomic bomb observed the anniversary Saturday with prayers and an ap peal by Prime Minister Ichiro Hatoyama to scientists to makej atomic power work for the welfare j of mankind j Ten thousand Japanese joined by a sprinkling of foreigners from I both sides of the Iron two guises has taken two Holly Clinton County in New Feud SUZAN BALL MISS MIRANDA Hollywood Stunned by Death of 2 HOLLYWOOD ifi Death in DES MOINES W Ally Gen j Dayton Countryman and Clinton j County Attorney Warren Johnson j Saturday appeared to be feuding i again over law enforcement Clinton County i Countryman Friday sent a letj ter to Johnson asking for a rejs port on bis handling of a liquor and gambling case pleaded earnestly for no more wood actresses whose passing Hiroshimas at annual memorial the screen capital mourned Sat rites held by the city in front ofj urday the white memorial cenotaph at the blast center Permanent Peace Ten years have already passed A lingering death from cancer The attorney general said in the Tetter it was his that Johnson had recommended dismissal of two of the charges filed against Clinton tavern oper ator Kenneth Rand Countrymans letter then listed a series of questions about Johnsons action and recommendations in the Rand case The attorney general asked claimed the life of Suzan Ball at Johnson had entered ini 2i to an agreement or deal with the A sudden heart attack proved j defendant or his attorney to the fatal to 41yearold Carmen Mi effect that would recommend since that tragic atom bomb was rancia dropped on this Hatoyama Misj QM a striking dark told the group We fixed as Ja haired darkeyed actress had pan s national objective the con suffered from the disease which the dismissal of the two charges if he would plead guilty to one count Charges by Rauh Refuted Not Indifferent to the Public struction of a cultural nation caused her death since 1953 when on democracy with the aim slipped and injured her knee of a permanent world peace and1 in a jance rehearsal rather than prosecute SECONDS BEFORE DEATH A firing squad at four paces prepares to execute two men convicted of murders Not Received At Clinton Johnson said he had committed during last days of the proCommunist regime f Armes not received the letter and wouldnt have advanced step b step toward Her rignl jeg ampu icomment on the questions until oal tated and valiant Suzan went on rvp hnci a chance to read It is said the study of atomic to marriage and a resumption of Jt s Johnson added energy in the world today has 5CrCen career before the Countryman is playing the jheadlines at the expense of offii in vanced several stages look iignancy time forward to the day when it will not ncr be a tool to destroy mankind and she Friday at her home in by releasing the letter before civilization but employed for the Beverly Hills if reaches my welfare of i MJSSMiranda died in a The half hour ceremony ended Beverly Hills after a involved in a dispute last spring when 500 peace doves were re1 strenuous day spent singing and jwhen Countryman appointed a spe leased over the white cenotaph to dancing withthe dazzling energy icaj assistant attorney general in which won her fame as the Bra Kinto County to enforce liquor ic3 deconim and ordinary Countryman and Johnson wercj flutter into the sky Toll zilian laws there because the attornev for Wife of Auto Dealer No Real Leads in Kansas City Case KUnk Finds It Hard to Get OUT OF KLINK DES MOINES persistent man is Lowry Newton Klink in his efforts to get out of the j Friday he lost his eighth attempt in less than a year to gain j release from the Fort Madison Penitentiary j Klink is serving a sevenyear sentence handed down Aug 28 j 1952 on a false check charge at Carroll Klink contends his constitutional rights were violated in his arrest and sentencing He claims be was returned to Carroll from Nebraska i broken Johnson said he had no hesita what has The bomb which wiped out Hiroi Miss Bails husband actor shima in a flash killed per Richard Long had been told by sons inflicted serious injuries to doctors that death was near But and injured another Miss Mirandas husband pro Hiroshima with a population of ducer David Sebastian had no had been virtually erased j idea tnat tragedy was close at from the globe Her people then hand were too stunned to hate the E29 I knew before thai she bombers that bad brought massj had heart he said Fri x death from a blue sky dav But now that I look back i0 he Office Tavern operated byjher two young sons to scream u In a separate ceremony former there were little things slrane persons attempted to 0 K Arm general claimed enforcement had KANSAS CITY widespread without an extradition hearing and that he agreed to plead guilty to a The Associated Hes out of business and itj ThebloodspaUered clothing and looks like hell stay the counjcar of Mrs Wilma Allen 34 moth ty attorney said er Of were the only clues Johnson said he ordered a raidj rs Allen who alwavs cautioned on search for a wealthy automobile punishable only by a jail sentence and found he had pleaded dealers missing wife feared kidi guilty to ajnore serious offense jnaped and slain had failed to turn I up any productive leads Saturday By JACK BELL WASHINGTON tfi Sen Kefau ver DTenn Saturday labeled as unjust an Americans for Demo cratic Action assertion that both President Eisenhower and Demo cratic congressional leaders have shown indifferences to the public Kefauver who classes himself in the wing of his party said he does not agree with the ADA charges voiced Friday by National Chairman Joseph L Rauh Jr Rauh said Eisenhower offered inadequate remedies for critical domestic problems and ithe Democrats accepted them in the name of The ADA is a private organiza AP wircphow ition espousing New Deal princi of Jacobo Guzman in Guatemala The men were the first Ples which oflen executed under the new government of President Carlos cratic Called Unjust It is unthoughtful and unjust to make any such blanket indictment of the Democratic congressional leaders and of President Eisen Kefauver said in an inter view Congress didnt accomplish everything we would have liked to do but it was quite successful in foreign affairs matters There was more confusion on domestic issues but we still have another session jand I hope that in it school con j struction highway social security i water resources and farm legisla tion will be the first order of Muchneeded rain fell over much Rauh told reporters ADA wel MuchNeeded Rain Falls in Inches at Clutier in Hour 10 Soldiers Killed When Truck Hits Bridge in Korea Give Report on Highway Work Congressman Miss Miranda born in Portu Jtrong of Missouri presented thei gal got her start in the enter mayor a set of electric chimes as tainment worid in Rio De Ja gesture of American goodwill neiro Brazil at 17 Full Review on Landy Case Set NEW YORK Secretary Charles S Thomas said Saturday he will give a full and impartial review to the case of Eugene Landy council following an appearance enjer their motor car was last SEOUL UP Ten holiday jof Iowa Friday and Friday niahticomes the revival of bipartisan witb precipitation ranging up He added p bipartisanship is no excuse inch downpour w an hour at for bipartisan suffocation of social Clutier The heavy runoff there and economic washed out North Western rail He called Eisenhowers proposal road spur trackage on both sidesfor federal aid in building schools AMES UP The Iowa town j inadequate He accused Southern way Commission Saturdav report had inches of rain j Democrats of preventing a vote on before it by Johnson has revoked j seen eariy Thursdav afternoon durbound the license of the tavern and as ing a shopping trip dled wnen A c 19 tai JCedar RaPids had nearly 2 school bill because of fear Amencan soldiers it let contract Marengo Tabor Brookantisegregation riders might be at hen an Army truck for primary and farmjlyn Davenport Clarence and Wiltached surances have been given that no Her husband president of one ofia bridge burst into names road construction in theliamsburg all reported more than nev licenses will be granted forKansas citys larger automobile over pinning many of thefj5cai year ended June 30 inch the premises The tavern is now locked the business closed out said and Rand has been the loserj to the estimated amount of Fined Rand was fined S300 on his guilty plea in Municipal Court Aug 2 to charges of pool ticket selling A charge of possession of gam bling devices was dismissed John son said when he found he needed expert testimony to identify de agencies said If anybody alGIs beneatb its massive weight Little Attention Sen Holland DFla aid he to force entry into Eight others were iher car Im sure she would havejously road construction con seritracts accounted for of Only Trace doesnt think anybody is going to severc In contrast however the MasonPav much attention to the ADA the total and farmtomarket road i City area received only a trace enroute to anconstruction totaled j moisture Sheffield however rei SenKucnel RCalifj said Eisen ihowers recommendations on do Imestic problems iairfield in a U S 24th Division The report aid 36 contracts about 75 inch i Vf rf i for a ffight to Japan and bv counties for work to Rains of from half an inch to were ex Allen told friends he had almost holiday of rest and recreation iinch fell at McGregor Okaloosa HCG S3ld blame thelr jiyen up hope of seeing his wifejleave Sheffield Red Oak Van rested on be i 1 urn nnT i irtrtHft 11 alive and does not believe she is a victim of a kidnap plot for ransom Maj Eugene Pond chief of de tectives said a report that two men were Eight of soldjers honor student who was refused a naval reserve commission becausevices seized in the raid a road at a wnere his mother once was a Communist jbling equipment and no expertA31ens maintain a summer home Thomas said he learned of the case only Saturday morning when i was found available was discounted as having any he read of it in newspapers j Johnson said he asked the StateoearinS on tne case Landy 21 was graduated Friday from the Merchant MarineBureau of Investigation for a cam Ponci saici tnat Judging from outright Another died enroute to the 121st Army Evacuation Hospi tal and the other died after reach ing the huge medical center of the other such seri LJurics suf ic crashed and Academy at Kings Point X as second highest student in the class Soling device expert but received j condition of Mrs Allens blood when his classmates thenno help from the state He saidstained clothing found stuffed in j ie 1 i f t t t i i i i M D Allison Boy Dies in Auto Mount Pleasant Ottumwa and buque Light rain continued the eastern border of Iowa Sato day morning and some points f DemocraUccontrolled Con jraised their right arms to takehe also failed to find an expertise trunk of her abandoned car the d their oaths as ensigns in the naval j witness in Clinton Davenport OrUarments had not been dragged on reserve he stood glumly in linelRock Island 111 jhe ground Bl The Associated with his hands at his sides Near Station SAME BUck flag mean traffic death in past J hourst An Allison youth and a Vinton cda ful1 man lost their lives in separate accidents on Iowa highways Fri A charge of illegal possession ofj Sen Herbert H Lehman DNY liquor was dismissed Johnson Her car was found early Fridayj has termed the Navv ruling the quantity of liquor m a parking area near the Union j T j i seized wasnt large enough toi Station here Pond said blood Landy unjust and has beyoml it forjfound in and on the car was beverage purposes and he conjlieved about three to six hours old i Young Landy rates himself asjsidered it unlikely that a Clinton There were about 68 miles regj quite conservative jury would convict Rand istered on the speedometer of the He said his mother quit the Comjon the liquor charge car that cannot be accounted for We just traded a practicality by Allen or others in the family j for an Johnson said day night Their deaths boost the munist Pam seven or d ht 1953 motor vehicle death toll to at his u m 336 15 less than on this same date L Thomas said he will take a last year good at he on hjs Dead are Arend Reiman 19 son turn to Washington I will re of Mr and Mrs Nena lhe case whcther Landy ap Allison farmers and Herbert or not Thomas said I Hevener 80 Vinton livestock will review he case undcr any dealer Young Reiman was dead on arj n Bradley Beach LandyiGiese 20 Wilton Junction drowned AH About rival at a Waverly hospital afterprcparcd o sail Sunday as a Saturday while swimming in a twocar crash on Highway I4man aboard an oil tanker Origina gravel pit south of here i three miles south of Allison onlyjany he was set to sail Saturday1 He had gone to the gravel pit x quarter of a mile from his from Carteret aboardjwith four other young men about The driver of the other Sun Oil Companys Western Friday The others Bernard Ebbing 34 Waterloo was Sun But Landy said plans were missed him about 45 minutes later Wilton Junction Youth Drowns MUSCAT1NE UP H a r r v Mrs Allens children told offi cers when their mother drove away Thursday to keep an 11 ap pointment with a hairdresser the top on her convertible car was When found the top was up Uind the rear flap closed The Weather not seriously hurt Hevener was killed when his car changed and he will now sign on Authorities called in skin divers and a jackknifing semitrailer coliHook Terminal and sail on a 30 day voyage for Texas at 9 Sunday at the Marcusifrom Davenport to search for the lided on Highway 218 about a mile north of Vinton Authorities said Hevener was re turning to town from a feed lot nicnt to my application for recon when the approaching jackknifed in front of him on al body when moss in the water hindered dragging operations Nor Mason City Rain cooler Iowa Rain cooler Minnesota Somewhat cooler Landy expressed confidence the man Kruse a Davenport skin Navy would give favorable found lhc body about curve slippery from rain The driver of the truck Law rcnce Moore of Galesbur Was not injured PARLEY SET He said he would talk with his CKDAR RAPIDS tfiThe annual ithrocday American Legion state mother most of the day and opcns hcren Mondavl HI to New City to seek an estimated delegates iprrt in filing an Globe data up to 8 day A Maximum LJi i 69 At 8 73 Precip Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 78 RAIN Minimum c Senate passed its OWB ver but ported dense fog around davbreak a11 lels u caiv in a dispute over financing The cloud cover held tempera it tures down in eastern and central Iowa Friday Dubuque had a high of only 80 but in western where skies were mostly the mercury climbed to 96 j High Humidity Because of the humidity ranging iup to 99 per cent at Des Moinesi land some other points the day was extremely oppressive jbeen condemned for swimming All of Iowa particularly the exwere emphatically denied Saturday Itremely dry southwest state and local health author welcomed the rains and lower peratures for the value to crops i complaints have been re JAt some points there had been nojceived bv the State Department of Rumors About Lake Denied Rumors that Clear Lake had moisture in nearly a month Supplies of Coffee Up Not Down Is Brazilian Report Health said Paul J Houser Des Moines director of public health engineering in a telephone conver sation Fred R Pfeiffer the de ipartments public health engineer in Mason City also denied any knowledge of such a move Dr Phillips Clear Lakes public health officer called ab Isolutcly unfounded the report that WASHINGTON in the lake was un culture Department Saturday rehealthful jported that coffee supplies nre go Dr Sydney Brownstone Clear jing up not down There is no cofLake physician said eye and ear fee shortage in sight jtrouble are no more prevalent now The statement was expected at any other time There nip a baby boom in retail coffee are more cases among swim prices set off by reports of a freeze niers than he add in Brazil last Monday Prices rose ed sharply early this week in trading DrBrownstones statement was on the New York coffee response to a query by J R Gil and retail price increases of five ruthlear Lake Chamber of Corn cents a pound were reported inimerce secretary Gilruth said a some stores j number of anxious parents called u w h But officials here said after to check on the rumor AT WirephOtO HONORS UNKNOWN Rev Kivoski Tani a from tnc mold a survivor of the atomic bombinjr of Hiroshima 10 attachp m dei SETTLEMENT HOPED years airo Saturday places a wreath on the Tomb of Unknown Soldier in Washington D C Ho offered a jage to the 195556 cropthe cropfor an earlv end in its current na prayer saying Never ajrain should any city or nation being harvested for duringitionwide strike against ithe jear beginning last July 1 jof most filmed television shows have to suffer a similar   

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