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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 11, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited lor the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seveo Cento Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 11 1955 Paper Consists of Two One No 212 Fair Sets 2ndDay Attendance Record 66 Soldiers Perish in Collision of Boxcars Craft on Training Mission Fourth Worst Air Toll STUTTGART Germany Two C119 Flying Boxcar transports Thursday collided in the air and crashed into the Black Forest The Air Force announced 6C men were killed The Air Force said the death toll included the crews of the two American aircraft as well as sol diers being transported The Flying Boxcars have a norj mal seating capacity of 67 with aj maximum capacity of 78 i Training Mission The planes were two of a nine plane flight which had just taken i off from Echterdingert Field neari here on a training mission with troops from tbe U S 7th Arinyj aboard The Air Force announcement said j Initial reports said that one plane developed engine trouble i just after takeoff after reaching a cruising level of feet The crippled plane lost altitude mo Quarles New Air Chief To Fill Post of Talbotts 21 Perish 18 Injured in Ohio Blast Sewer Gas May Have Been Cause ANDOVER Ohio A roaring Iblast and swirling flames tore a mentarily then pulled up abruptly Path of dealh Wednesday night across the front of another a row of buildings of the craft in the formation i village square Many of the vic GlobeGazette photo bv Mussfer WORSE FOR machines were heavily dam aged but the car in this accident near Plymouth Wednes day got the short end of the deal Luckily the two occu pants of the car were in the front seat when the truck box crashed into the roof Three Persons Injured in CARTRUCK CRASH Three persons were injured Wednesday in a eartruck collision at county road intersection two miles southwest of Plymouth Injured were Donald Abrahamson 21 Plymouth driver of the car Gerald Griffith 19 Plymouth passenger in the car and Giles Frye 54 farmer east of Mason City driver of the truck Abrahamson who received head injuries in the mishap Thurs day was reported to be in fair condition at Mercy Hospital Griffith ConnieMoves Along Coast of Carolines Storm Piles Up Sand and Water WASHINGTON President Eisenhower Thursday named Doni ald A man in thd earth satellite the newi secretary of the Air Force i Quarles is now assistant tary of defense for research and dej jvelopment He is 61 a native of Van Buren and more rej cently a resident of Englewood N j J He is a Republican Quarles will succeed Harold Tal bott who resigned Aug 1 effective this Saturday after the Senate In vestigations Subcommittee recently Attended to Date Children to Boost Total Tuesday Wednesday ATTENDANCE 1955 1954 ADLAI STEVENSON Claim Adlai About Ready to Campaign CHICAGO yAdlai E Steven son Thursday was all but an of fieiallv announced candidate for More than North lowans poured through the North Iowa Fair gates Wednesday the figure to set a new record for secondday attendance according to 51 C Lawson fair secretary manager This combined with Tuesdays total of brings the two day mark to a bit over the 1954 total of It appears that after a slow start attendance at the fair will zoom to a new mark The Thursday Childrens Day crowd traditionally one of the big gest of the week is expected to keep the turnstiles clicking Thurs day dawned clear and cool the explored Talbotts outside business the Democratic preside ntial third day of perfect weather nomination next year In an informal and unusual Lawson said the grandstand crowds will be larger from here on in He said the Ice Varieties of 1955 which plays each evening interests and raised a question of ethics 3 The appointment will be subject n e s conference Wednesday to Senate confirmation when Con night the 1952 Democratic nomi gress reconvenes in January itl it White House Press Secretary to question that he will announce Comers out the gate James C Hagerty said Quarles was recommended to Eisenhower by of Defense Charles E nee madeit plain toll who came been sending only pleased cus in November he is running again Without committing himself fi i AM JUli u irtl l L j J The crippled plane went downtlms had taken lhcre from Uunes multiple ind immediately The second plane a torm flew level for almost one minute J Tbere wcre 21 bodies accounted then went out of control and nosedformoit of them into the WILMINGTON cane Connie still packing 100mile winds near the center pounded j the Carolina Coast Thursday High Holdings waves tore down fishing piers andj Quarles told reporters after his winning Democratic cam other shore installations as he would divest myl against President Eisen bruises suffered ind multiple contusions He jtropical storm moved of any holdings in my modest bower a makeshift j morgue inside a garage three blocks away The injured nunii Jbered at least IS In the The announced death toll would make this the fourth worst j Resort Area j The center of the disaster was Fourth Worst disaster in history A total of 129 U S servicemen died in the flami said to be in fair condition Sheriffs officers said the empty truck was going east and the car north when they collided The crash shortly after 5 p m I list of securities that might involve any conflict of i PROTESTS SHOUTED otaiC uling bi in a twostorv frame 1950 a commercial plane which disinlegrajed soccer fans crashed at shook the towll i Korean Demonstrators Beaten Oft by Yanks the land At the same time other portions of the Eastern Seaboard relaxed j At a from the threat that has hung over Wilson the whole area for three days The Washington Weather Bureau said Connies threat to areas northjtime I dont know anyone whoj man Stephen A Mitchell was JGene Hollers wild animal show of the Virginia Capes next to God and has financial i this closes Thursday afternoon Ice Show The ice show has evoked com ments ranging from wonderful nally at this time Stevenson outjto the most exciting fastest lined what he regards as a evening show ever to come jto the j Starring lovely Evelyn Chandler the show moves at a rapid rate and doesnt bog down Lawson was also optimistic about the coming afternoon grandstand offerings Friday afternoon the Aui Swenson Thrillcade will be busting Campaign Credo The Stevenson campaign news conference Tuesday credo as revealed at a crowded told reporters his job of news conference after a cocktail picking a successor to Talbot was party and dinner given by for a tough one He commented at that mer Democratic National Chairj fences and tearing up the track to storm the of the Army TOUIPUUIIU night or earlv Fridav san but were driven back fragmentary reports from the southern Bureau said itam Ihursday s was West Germany sdcbris the sauads biggest postwar air disaster andworked in drizze basest military death tolliThursdav Then then stopped for said in the air crash in Europe rest and i It was the second major demonstration against the Hialeah com J pound in efforts by the Koreans to capture Communist members flew Virginia Capes jthe weather does not interfere j There is still a possibility of hur Quarles became assistant secre ricane force winds on the Virginia itary of defense Aug 2 1952 He is South Korean demonstrators Rd lhe Norfolk arealate a graduate of Yale and was Jmys Hialeah compound atiThltr v ffW nr World War I field artillery ca cap The announcement said there M 2 3 m had Jcd wore 41 passengers a crew of bodv frora under the s 1 loadmaster in one backcned timbers and 14 passengers a crew of 4 and a loadmaster in the second ans fallen into the cellar Two Bodies When they resumed their digging n j in daviight thev pulled a man ueath Uue to JD ebris a half dozen bodiestro Say M Cerebral Hemorrhage Keokuk Youth Killed When Car Overturns KEOKUK U puiiLu a Illdll j i nnTth body and a womans body from thener 22 Keokuk was killed Thursbvbeavllv armed American troopsjnonn in toe streets of some about over Connie now is exland engineering j i Eisenhower has sharply reSaturday the stocks hit the track pected to wear itself out inland j The Air Force has planned a versed the previous GOPforand Sunday afternoon the big cars in the Carolines The hurricane mammoth farewell salute to Talbottj eign policies in favor of bold jzoora around the halfmile track alert was terminated north of thejfor late Thursday afternoon inj and vigorous action at the The 20th Century Shows midway Delaware breakwater j eluding a display of jet planes if Geneva fiig Four conference but attractions had a big play Wednes i couW chane for jday and expect it to continue the rest of the week Attendance at the livestock events 2 While the Eenhower adhas been wa above average this ministration now seems to agree The Judging ring has been well filled most of the day both Tuesday and Wednesday Results Come In r miipc aT1 hnnr ind hiVh oclcu QJ ano uignways proarams ine Returns from tbe many depart neutral nations truce only make promises ments continued to roU in at a ris visory team and followed an throuen exposed also ig a fomer vice presjdent Wednesday agamst the Army comiareas J0f the Western Electric Co and a1 pound at Wolmi Island off The dangerous storm w h i c hformer presidellt of American The Pusan renort said the a vast stretch of f Electrical Engineers Georgetown S Guided piong up sand and assistant seCretarv of defense the worse again at any mo generally with the Democrats in TTPP limbs shinaW nd other Fr0m 1919 to 1948 he was an eni Congress that action is needed Tree limbs shingles nd for the Bdl Telephone Lab on education health housing joratones and served as vice presij and highways programs the Re the The Pusan reports said the John Richard Vardemonstrators were driven his car went out of overturned within the ATLANTIC coroners inhad been definitely identified and limits on Highway 61 i quest determined Wednesday others tentatively Many Qfj Two passeiTgers in the car Marcasua death of George Slight corpses were burned beyond was due to a cerebral hemorrhage immediate recognition and not to a pill he swallowed late Sheriff Tom Fasula said he Earlier authoritiesthought sewer gas backed up r Bryant Alexandria compound There was no report of Koreans were reported vjn 17 Wavland Mo and in r laying siege to American com ivvarr tioners and many permanent resi dents had sought shelter inland High Tide action GOP Threat 3 He has some misgivings about the threat offered by the Republicans to federal develop ment what ing tempo Thursday In the floriculture department the Thought and Thimble Club Clear Lake received a blue ribbon for their entry of one spike each of varicolored glads The grand champion in the glad classification and blue ribbon winner for the came to the Pentagon after servj administrations opposition to purple glads went to Roy Baldwin ing as president of the Sandia Labj the Democratic concept of oratory in New Mexico which doesj government for all of the people Its blowing so hard you canhighly specialized research for the and not the few here was released after T u e s d thought the pill might have caused clogged drains might have attendants said Walker his death jthe agent ignited the nol seriouslv hur But he said he could not be sure pounds at Taegu and Kangnung hardly stand Poiice chicf Energy Comission lence were no reports of wflliarason reported from The multimillion dollar Having laid dowr this outline earth the Unned and healthy appearing jWrightsville Beach east of Wilisatellite program which the White j potential candidate told report The new riots at Pusan second mington House disclosed with considerable ers he will have something defi Mason City The Mason City Garden Club championship award for horticul ture went to Mrs H 0 Maass Ma son City The clubs grand cham pionship award in the arrange i major outbreak there this week The at Swannsboro north Ofifanfare last month comes directly j nite to say about his political in came as Americas top Far Easthere was higher than itunder Quarles supervision i tentions by November era military commanders during the same of President Syngman Rhee in a get can jjazei i tough meeting to end the week clashes Communication lines were going out in many areas feeling the force Even then a band of South of Connies extended gales Koreans were screaming defiance A fishing pier on thc north nd of i at the Communist truce inspectors Wrightsville Beach which was dej on Wolmi Island stroved bv Hazel and rebuilt re It was the eighth day of demonjportedly was swept away again jstrations against the Americans in he Korean efforts to drive the neutral nations armistice super vision group out of Korea by Satur jday midnight Korea believes the DONT DOUBT IT DETROIT UP There is no more farm land hi Detroit a rAll AbouL Communist members of the group acted as Red spies iuse made by v imng Commission showed Thurs The Army was caught in the middle It was pledged to de the truce inspectors but 26 American soldiers have been in jured by flying bottles and rocks in the demonstrations by Korean army veterans children and women with babies strapped on their backs CENTER OF the scene Thursday morning as members oTan Air Force unit chip up more bodies caught in an explosion at an Andover Ohio res taurant Wednesday night Five other buildings were wrecked SAME DATEW43St The Weather Mason City Clear warm Fair and warmer Minnesota Little warmer THE PROGRAM THURSDAY Children Day Special childrens prices in ef fect until 6 for those under 16 years Free at the gate and reduced rates on rides on the midways 20th Certury 20th Century Shows on midway Complete textiles following with nonperishable foods B and concert Nora Springs Ice Varieties iment class went to Mrs Harry Eli lasen Clear Lake j In the textiles department a i special loving cup went to Mrs i Lester Holt Garner for her best crocheted table cloth j 4H Demonstrations j The girls 4H department was with activity Wednesday aj Cerro Gordo County junior dem ionstration teams vied for the top in places The four top teams WARMER day Maximum Minimum At 8 a in YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 84 49 71 78 57 Globe Gazette TAKE FLOWER Mrs II C Brown eluded the Cinderella Girls Am bilious Vestae Portland and Grimes GoGetters Meanwhile action in the live stock department continued at a breakneck pace with judges deal ing with greater numbers than at any previous fair Alan Duea Thornton and Kent Brown Hampton captured KGLQ V superintendent of the floriculture department and m her assistant Mabel Rosburg display three top winners at the North Iowa Fair The winners are left to ripht the prand champion in the horticulture section ruffled petunias entered by Mrs H 0 Maass Mason City grand champion amonjr srlads entered by Roy Baldwin Mason City and grand champion in arrangements entered by Mrs Harry Eliasen Clear 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