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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 24, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                frfettfi lowcs Doily Ntwspoper Edited to MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE M I NIWSPAflK THAT MAKIS ALL NOITH I 0 W A N S NIIQHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Unllcd PrtM Full LUH Wine CwU Cuff MASON CITY IOWA WIDNISDAY AUGUST 24 ItSS Thit Paper CwuUU Two 271 French Recall Reserves in New Crisis Russian Peace Tactics Not Acceptable Ike President Speaks at Bar Parley John Marshall Is Honored By DOUGLAS B CORNELL PHILADELPHIA IP President Eisenhower declared Wednesday that America is on a crusade for peace but can never accept Rus sian wrongs to men and nations in an eagerness to avoid In a prepared address to the American Bar Eisenhower voiced confidence that the Geneva summit conference spells oppor tunity to advance toward a peace based on justice and Can we achieve that sort of peace he asked I think we Yet without naming the Soviet Union Eisenhower said that the division of Germany the domina tion of captive countries and the use of international subversion are violations of the rights of men tnd No Excuse They probably result he said from a compound of suspicions and But he added quickly That explains It cannot In justice to others and to our he said we can never accept those wrongs as a part of the peace that we desire and The President spoke at the an nual convention of the association which is observing the 200th anni versary of the birth of John Mar shall the fourth chief justice of the United States Eisenhower extolled Marshall as a foremost leader in developing and maintaining the liberties of the people of the United States as a man whose decisions made of the Constitution a vital dynamic deathless charter for free and or derly He said he will appoint nobody to the federal judiciary who will not serve in the tradition of Mar shall In malting a nomination to the federal bench he said the reali zation is with him sharply that the independence and integrity and capacity of the judiciary are vital to our nations continued ex In general the presidential speech took a somewhat unruffled philosophical approach to global rather than domestic problems drawing lessons from the career of Marshall Patient Man The famed chief justice he said was patient tireless understand ing logical persistent and a cru sader in the cause of interpreting the Constitution to achieve or dered liberty and justice under he said America needs to exercise in the crusade for peace the qualities of John Mar shall Peace and security for all can be the fearful for the oppressed for the weak for the strong But this can be done only if we stand uncompromisingly for principle for great issues with the fervor of the zeal of the At the Geneva Big Four meeting last month the Chief Executive said the American delegation as serted we shall always there can be no true peace which involves acceptance of a status quo in which we find injustice to many nations repres sions of human beings on a gigan tic scale and with constructive effort paralyzed in many areas by For America he said Geneva spells not stagnation but oppor for our own people and for people everywhere to realize their just AN ANNOUNCEMENT BEVERLY HILLS Calif tf Lucy Estelle Dicky Dell Doheny 39 granddaughter of the late oil magnate E L Doheny says that she and Porter Washington a dog handler have been married since lait Thursday RICHARD NIXON Nixon to Go on Mission To Near East WASHINGTON UP President Richard M Nixon the administrations unofficial good will ambassador will travel to the Near East and Africa in No vember to strengthen rela tions with the key area on Rus sias southern flank The White House in announc ing the mission Tuesday said Nixon is making the trip at the request of President Eisenhower and Secretary of State John Fos ter Dulles The 42yearold Cali fornian previously has made highly successful goodwill mis sions to the Far East and Carib bean areas The announcement said vice president will visit the re gion to become acquainted with the leaders of the countries in the areato hear their news and to convey the sincere greet ings of the people of the United States to the peoples of the Nixon will be accompanied by his wife Pat and representa tives of fee State Department The State Department will work out details of the trip with countries involved It said Nix ons itinerary has not been fixed but that the timetable will de pend upon how much time the vice president can devote to the trip and the political situation in the area Nixon may spend up to a month on the journey DaleAskildson Killed When Hit by Truck Sgt Dale Askildson 20 born and reared at Forest City was killed Tuesday when hit by a truck at his Army base in England Word came to his mother Lillian Askild son 401 4th S W No other details of the accident were given He was married to an English girl while in service there and has a daughter three months old He also is survived by three brothers Arlyn Eldon and Donald and a sister Betty living with their mother his father Olai As kildson and a sister Mrs Donald Albertson both of Forest City a Raymond in the U S Air Force at Denver and another brother Robert 622 Monroe S W Berserk Gl Kills Three in England Gunman Then Shoots Self MANSTON England Air Force man went berserk Wed nesday and firing a gun in each hand killed three persons and wounded a half dozen or more at a south England fighter base The gunman commandeered a car by threatening the driver and fled to a nearby beach resort spreading terror among the bath ers Air Force police and British civil police cornered him on the beach A gun battle followed and the American was wounded Brit ish police said the gunman then committed suicide In his crazed shooting spree the gunman killed an American mas ter sergeant another U S serv iceman and a Royal Air Force airman Woman Reports on tne number wounded conflicted The Air Force put the number at six but the British police said eight The wounded included American mili tary personnel and British civil ians One of the Britons is a wom an The Air Force in Washington identified the gunman as Airman 2C Napoleon Green son of Mr and Mrs Tom Green Chicago HI An official spokesman named the American dead as Airman Nel son Gresham Philadelphia and Laurence Velquer of Colo rado The British victim was iden tified as Corp H B Grayer British police said two of the sergeants and the British serviceman were killed in the camp and the third victim another American died later in the hos pital The gunman grabbed a revolver and a carbine from the supply room where he was working and dashed through the camp shoot ing indiscriminately at anyone he encountered Flees in Car He fled the camp in a car head ing for the beach area with both American and British police in pursuit On the boardwalks of Broad stairs and Margate neighboring resort towns vacationers pointed out the path the gunman had taken when he abandoned the car Armed Americans clambored over bar riers and jetties in his wake Terrified mothers pulled their1 FIRST TEST XV3 convertiplane a new type of aircraft capable of vertical ascent and conventional flight rises 30 feet into the air in its initial flight at Fort AP Wirephoto Worth Tex After vertical ascent it adopts the flight ad vantages of conventional aircraft by repositioning the rotors at each wing tip Russ Bigwigs Invited to U S OutofCounty Authorities in New Raids Northwest Iowa Hit This Time LE MARS outof county northwest Iowa sheriffs raided two places in Plymouth County under orders of Atty Gen Dayton Countryman Tuesday night and seized gin and whisky It was the second time in a week Countryman had ordered outside officers to stage liquor raids in another countv More than 50 bottles of seized by sheriffs counties at two of liquor were from other Davenports swankiest night spots Friday night Authorities purchased whisky at Frericks place at Remsen and found gin and whisky at Herbs place here Joe Frericks operator of the Remsen tavern and Herbert J Weber owner of Herbs both were charged with bootlegging and keeping liquor where beer is sold They waived preliminary searing before Justice of the Peace D C Lenihan and were bound to District Court Both were released on bond each Assistant Atty Gen Clarence Kading and state agent Bob Greg son directed the raids carried out by Pocahontas County Sheriff Ken neth Richardson Calhoun County children from the water and j dashed with them to safety while Deputy Sheriff Robert Voss Clay that thejcountv Sheriff Thoral All and Em police shouted warnings iraan was armed and dangerous I met County Sheriff Joe Betty About The Weather Mason City Scattered rain Iowa Showers cooler Minnttoti Fair and cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wednes day Maximum 88 Minimum 65 At 8 66 Precip 03 YEAR AGO Maximum 83 SHOWERS Minimum 65 ifl AP Wirephoto BELA LUGOSI TO WED Hope Lininger 40yearold Hollywood cutting room clerk lights the pipe of horror actor Bela Lugosi 73 as they made plans for their mar riage Wednesday Miss Lininger wrote Lugosi daily when he recently was treated for dope addiction at a state hospital J2YearOld Ponders the QUESTION NEW YORK Gloria Lockerman the 12ytirold spelling champ whe ran her winnings to en TV giveaway show back home to Baltimore Wednesday for toning up with dictionary and family conference about her TV future Gloria confidently spelled her way through nonsense fentente on CBSTVs The Ques tion to earn possible shot next Tuesday at Indications were that Gloria would go for the bigger money Her divorced parents James Lockerman and Vivian Singleton both of Phila delphia semed to favor goahead The answer that boosted Gloria to the level on the quiz program was the spelling of The belligerent astigmatic anthropologist anni hilated innumerable GLORIA VOLUNTEERS GALORE Cleanup Work Started in Area Hit by Flood Bj The AnoeUttd The worst confusion Wednesday was clearing up in floodravaged sections of the Northeastern states Even in the most severely wrecked communities where life was still badly disrupted there was new hope from President Eisenhowers promise of massive federal aid for rehabilitation Pennsylvania solved the problem of providingfor children hi flood damaged and isolated camps by shipping them home In sodden prostrate factories at Woonsocket R workmen ener getically tackled the job of getting ihings in running order again Management representatives were amazed and gratified by the umout of volunteers for rehabili ation work The death toll came in for a re count revising the number of known dead from 180 down to 176 The death figures by States were Pennsylvania 100 with an unknown number still missing onnecticut 49 with 71 known missing Massachusetts 13 New Jersey 6 New York 4 Rhode Is and 1 Virginia 3 Bit by bit further repairs were made Here and there another road was opened The New England Telephone and Telegraph Co re jorted of the approximately telephones put out of serv ice had been stored Voluntary contributions of cloth ing food and money came to the aid of flood victims The Red Cross aunched a special flood relief drive with the strong backing of President Eisenhower In AVashington the CIO opened flood relief fund with an initial allotment of to help an es imated members made jomeless or jobless by the catas trophe Tentative damage estimates by the various states totaled around three billion dollars Connecticut figured its losses at more than one billion Massachusetts one billion Pennsylvania half a billion to a billion Rhode Island and New Jer sey 100 million or more each New York 15 million i Atty Gen Coleman Elected Governor of Mississippi JACKSON Miss voters elected Atty Gen J P Coleman their new governor the job a poor farm boy set as his goal more than 20 years ago Coleman held a commanding lead Wednesday with virtually all precincts reporting The farm boy who worked his way through college and law school defeated Atty Paul B Johnson son of a former governor making his third bid for the post Unofficial and nearly complete returns from of pre cincts in Tuesdays Democratic primary runoff election gave Cole man votes to Johnsons IOWAN KILLED CHATFIELD Minn LfcWilliam J Henry 36 driver for the trucking firm of Dubuque Iowa was injured fatally early Wednes day when his truck left the high way near SAMf Buck Sen Ellender Makes Bid at Moscow Fete Doesnt Care About McCarthy By KENNETH BRODNEY MOSCOW Sen Allen J Ellender Tuesday night invited five top Soviet Communist leaders to visit the United States to make Eor better understanding between the two nations He also said a delegation from ie Congress should come to Russia to see how the country is run Asked what he thought Redhunt ing Sen Joseph McCarthy would say about his views Ellender re plied that I dont know and I dont jive a Hotel Reception The Louisiana Democrat extend ed the invitation at a reception iven by the Rumanian Embassy at Moscows plush Hotel Soviet skaya and at tended by A m b a s sador Charles E Boh len and virtual ly the entire Moscow diplo matic corps The invitation included former Premier Georgi Malenkov First ELLENDER Deputy Premiers Lazar Kagano vich Anastas Mikoyan Mihail Per vukhin and M A Suslov a secre tary of the Communist Party tral Committee Top Soviet leaders including Premier Nikolai Bulganin and Communist Party Chief Nikita Khrushchev have indicated a de sire to visit the United States but so far no official invitation has been forthcoming Swaps Jokes Ellender gaily swapping jokes with Soviet leaders said he thought the exchange of agricultural dele gations between the United States Cabinet Faure in Dispute Men to Be Added PARIS recalled 00 young reservists to the colors Vednesday to bolster her forces in Morocco and Algeria strained by Nationalist uprisings over the weekend At the same time Premier Ed ar Faure and President Rene loty hurried to Paris for urgent consultations on consequences of the clashes which took an esti mated lives The Defense Ministry said recall of the reservists most of them in he 23 to 24 age bracket will be spread over a 3 to 4 month period already has an estimated troops in Algeria and more in Morocco Faure flew to Paris from a French Alps resort where be and our of his Cabinet have been con erring with Moroccan leaders in an effort to find a political solution o the crisis in the protectorate Relative Quilt Meanwhile there was relative quiet in French North Africa as French troops continued cleanup operations Faure had to deal with the first signs of political dissention within ais government The Premier was under attack from some rightist backers of his coalition government because he agreed to confer with Moroccan nationalist leaders Any concession made to those who wish to throw France out Tof Morocco can only aggravate the one group of deputies said in a telegram to the Premier Opinion seemed to be growing stronger that the feeble unpopular old Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa chief target of the Morroc can nationalists would have to be replaced by a regency council Ben tfoulay Arafa was picked when Trance deposed pronationalist Sul an Mohammed Ben Youssef two years ago Across the Mediterranean thou sands of French them tough Foreign Legion vet rans Senegalese troops from West Africa Marines and para chute an of fensive in the Atlas Mountains against the Smaala tribes men who massacred 80 Frenchmen at Oued Zem Saturday New Deaths Fresh rebel attacks and con inued French cleanup operations n Algeria brought new deaths there Tuesday also Nineteen rebels were killed when they tried o enter Gastonville a town of between Constantine and Philippeville Another dozen deaths vere reported in isolated clashes in the countryside Estimates of the weekend death oll in Morocco and Algeria rose Official reports early from Algiers put the number of rebels killed in Algeria at and said another were taken prisoner In New York the 17nation Afri canAsian bloc in the United Na champions of inde pendence for French North Africa Tuesday to Secretary Dag Hammarskjold to intervene and the Soviet Union was one of the finest things that has happened both for this country and our I feel that interchanges of more Russians and Americans visiting each other might make for better understanding between each other and more cordial he said He said that although there was no question that the Soviet Un ion is still a threat to the United States my hope is that the Rus sians do what they say and keep trying to find better ways to get along with the free world HES THE RAT PASADENA Calif UP A judge Tuesday found Monte Levin guilty of violating smog regula tions on the basis of a report that Levin was found creating smoke by broiling eight steaks on a barbecue grill personally in an effort to stop the bloodshed in North Africa Edward Rizk of Lebanon said Hammarskjold declined to make any comment on the appeal Rizk said a request for quick Security Council action was being consid ered 6 Months Sentence for ExPrincipal CLARION Rollstin 34 former principal at the Lincoln Elementary School at Eagle Grove Tuesday sentenced to six months in the county jail by District Judge Harvey Uhlenhopp Rollstin was accused of lascivi ous acts with minors involving five boys last April DIES AFTER FALL DUBUQUE WVJane Ann Corri gan 14monthold daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald Corrigan died at a hospital Tuesday night of injur ies received earlier in the day when she fell down a flight of stairs at her home here   

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