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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowat Doily Newspaper Edited far UM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWSrAPlR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AMoclattd United Prtu FuU Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTf MBER IMS XAia Paper of Two Boy Drowns After Tumbling Off Bridge TALKS ARE FRUITFUL China to Free U S Civilians GENEVA China notified the United States Tuesday that nine American civilians detained in China including six women were now free to return home Red Chinese Ambassador Wang Pingnan told U S Ambassador U Alexis Johnson at their 13th meeting that two other Americans could leave at once if they asked for exit permits and a third could leave within two orthree months The two ambassadors have been meeting at intervals since Aug 1 negotiating the release of 4J Americans imprisoned in China or denied permits The announcement I by Wang was the first positive re 10 lowons Lose Lives on Holiday 8 by Traffic 2 Drownings STEVEN BORGER Victim suit of the talks since they began There was no indication when the Chinese Reds would release the 29 Americans not mentioned on Wangs list but the ambassadors agreed Tuesdav to continue their Toll in Nation Hits 608 in Three Days secret talks on Saturday j American delegation members jwere able to find only a partial identification for some of the Amer icans listed for release by Wang fA delegation spokesman said none had been imprisoned j The Lift j Listed for immediate departure were Miss Emma Angelina Barry a girl living in Shanghai with locaj Ume Borger Not Able to Swim Willow Creek Is Scene A 9yearold Mason City boy drowned shortly before 1 p m Monday after he fell from beneath the bridge over Willow Creek on Pennsylvania S E j The lad Steven Borger son of1 Mr and Mrs Gottfried 604 President S was to havej started school classes Tuesday j The death was the only Laborj Day fatality in Mason City and one of two drownings reported in the state during the weekend Young Borger was playing with another boy on the concrete struts beneath the bridge according to police He bad been helping his mother around the house a short By The o j j Iowas long Labor Dav weekendLvoung girl living in Shanghai withj g closed at midnight Monday Ieavhcr mother a whiteRussian who d d and on dind in in 10 persons dead in holidavwas not an American citizen sons drovnetl and dicd m ju iu r TJ j cu miscellaneous accidents for an period in traffic misi Ralph Sharpies Boyd Shanghai n nf rQ1 baps and 2 by drowning J representative of the North Amerij overau total 01 DS1 by drowning The eight traffic deaths made andean Syndicate born in Washington excellent prophet of Frank in 1891 Ulih state safety education dii Juanite Byrd Huang a Southern rector That was the number ofBaptist missionary married to a highway fatalities he had predict Chinese citizen born in Mount cd for the long weekend which exjOlive in 1904 tended from 6 Friday to Monj Robert Howard Parker a retired day midnight businessman born in Philadelphia The latest motor vehicle in 1873 ties reported were those of Frank Howard Lischke Ricks manager Harrington 62 and Hattie Bills Motors Branch in Shangj both of Davenport Ihai born in Boscobel in 1889 j Headon Crath Mrs Howard Lischke Ricks his They were killed in a beadonwife born in Shanghai in 1894 I twocar crash on Highway 6 two Eva Stella Dugay born in Newi miles west of Davenport Mondavi York City in 1S93 i afternoon Mrs Tunis Mrs Nadehs M Romanoff aj Clarence Nass 33 his wife white Russian living in Harbin who j became a naturalized American Hoegh Comments DES MOINES Oov Leo Hoegh looked over the tally sheet for Labor Day weekend traffic fatalities in Iowa Tuesday and commented We are very happy that the toll was no high Hoegh attributed results to the excellent job done by the State Highway Patrol the co ordination of patrol efforts with National Guard planes and the tremendous response from the two children Julie 2 and Gary 4 months were hospitalized with sel A heavy toll of traffic accident deaths was made by American motorists during the threeday Labor Day weekend exceeding jtime before the accident advance predictions and the toll i No Marks j for the 1954 holiday j county Coroner J E Christopbj Reports still trickling in Tueserson pronounced him dead at day showed 438 persons died in after firemen had worked traffic mishaps between 6 p m with a resuscitator for 25 Christopherson said there were no marks upon the body and that death was by drowning The youth was unable to swim I Young Borgers playmate Allen Awe 6 613 President S ran ito the nearby home of William WHO WILL BE MISS beauties from 45 states District of Columbia Chicago and Canada pose for their first group shot on the Atlantic City AP Wirepnote boardwalk Miss Iowa arrow is Kay Taylor Cedar Rapids The new Miss America will be chosen Saturday Ike Feeling ReElection Pressure This compared with a record high of 461 and record overall total of 658 both set in 1951 The 1954 traffic toll was 364 The National Safety Council Austin 504 Pennsylvania S E and the holiday Tuesday Ned H Dearborn councD president said in a statement Stevensons Criticism of Ike Answered told of the boys fall Mrs Austin notified the fire department i Dick Carter 340 Pennsylvania had predicted 400 would die over E tte drowned boys jfound the body while assisting fire Imen on the scene The lad was in about four and a half feet of water The toll thank heaven stayed land police estimated his fall as be below the alltime record for Lajtween 10 and 12 feet Found in jlooper Rlowa said Tuesday the Police said the boys had crawled Democrats will be treading un onto the beams beneath the bridgesound ground if they attack Presi from the north bank of the stream dent Eisenhowers foreign policies The body was in a pool below the111 next vears Political campaign Peoples Gas and Electric dam i Hickenlooper a Senate Foreign her 937 place and date ofi birth not known j Miss Irene N Romanoff daughter born in 1940 Free to Leave Wang said that Bishop Edward j m Walsh head of the Roman Catholic Bureau in Shanghai and Mrs Pet er Huizer married to the Dutch i manager of the Shanghai branch of the Bank of America were free to leave China whenever they applied for exit visas j Bishop Walsh is a brother of Judge William C Walsh of Cum berland a former Maryland attorney general j Charles Sydney Miner Shanghai bor Day It is of small com fort to anyone who sincerely be lieves that this wholesale slaugh ter on the highways need not and must not be tolerated We hope and believe that ex tra effort on the part of every one between now and Christmas will hold down the yearend holi day The worst highway carnage was in California where a blaz Hickenlooper in i Quick Defense WASHINGTON HickSn The Borger lad is is parents and one survived by sister Mrs Relations Committee member vig orously disputed Adlai E Steven g heat wave lured added thou sands to the roads and 43 died Other bad records were posted by Texas with 34 Ohio with 33 Illinois with 27 Michigan with 25 Pennsylvania with 22 and Wis consin with 19 sons criticism of the Eisenhower Steven Gottfried Borger was born international program in an article Aug 15 1946 in Mason City sonim Look magazine of Gottfried and ManBorger He Eisenhowers most serious fail would have been in 3rd grade atures m office stem from foreign ii SrmliriAc nf arvH Grant School this year and a member of Bethlehem Lutheran of Church Surviving are his parents a sis Unveil Largest Independent j SCHOLARSHIP PLAN CHICAGO largest independent college scholarship pro gram in the history of American education was announced Tuesday I The program backed with initial funds on 202 million dollars j is designed to locate young men and women of high aptitude and j enable them to go to college regardless of their financial means j The program will be handled by a corporation which will make an I annual nationwide search for talent at the high school level The financial support of business and industry will be encouraged Selection of winners will involve a nationwide scholarship com petition in which all of the approximately secondary schools in the United States public and private will participate an an equal basis Plans for the program were announced by John M Stalnaker president and Laird Bell chairman of the new National Merit Scholarship Corp Stalnaker said the corporations initial working funds came through grants by the Ford Foundation and the Carnegie Corp of New York bluff and the 1952 Demo I era tic presidential nominee who is j expected to announce soon his I the nomination Continue Picketing at Hampton Plant Fair Attendance Reaches ter Mrs Allen Roberts for grandmother Katie Diets City two nieces Sue Ellen andj Farm Program Sally Ann Roberts Rudd and Stevenson said Eisenhowers in aunts and uncles jternational policies are aimed alCo lant f h t t iu t id tfa t f Funeral arrangements are internately at pleasing both right nous injuries The other traffic those of representative of several American DES MOINES A total of deaths were companies was free to leave af103 persons attended the Iowa State 1 ThO i te months he I Fairs final dav Mondav sending Larry Glenn Marchant 17 to complete the settleithe totaffor the event above and Charlene Bryan 15 Guthriejment of Wang said half miuion mark for fifth Center killed Friday night when successive vear By FRANK T1ENAN GlobeGazette State Editor 100 CIO United Auto Workers of the Maytag complete Friends may call at thewing and liberal wings of the Re PattersonJames Funeral Home Wisconsin Man New Iowa Falls Manager Ucked negotiations to develop in Newton The strike was called Thursday The company has declined to accept either the union shop or the McCarthy Is Through as Threat Nixon Thinks President i to Run Again j DENVER Party pressure on President Eisenhower jto run for reelection is building iquite a head of steam j Vice President Nixon stoked the boiler fires well Monday with his statement that those closest to Ei the overwhelming majority of Eepublican leaders throughout the more optimistic than ever that he will agree ta be a candidate again And the pressure almost certain iy will mount several degrees Sat urday when GOP chairmen from all 48 states confer with the Pres dent here to map party strategy for the 1956 presidential and con jgressional campaigns j Meets Newsmen j Nixon met with newsmen at Ei senhowers vacation headquarters after he had discussed national se curity problems with the President for about an hour The Vice Pres ident said he and Eisenhower farm gram IOWA FALLS Craw t ford of Eau Claire has been bowers foreign their car left the road near MOTORIST DIES ne total attendance of appointed citv manager here efiPolicies in t h e Johnny Brown 11monthold sons F AIRFIELD toFrancis Henry however was the smallest sincelfective Oct 1 He succeeds Pauline campaign of Mr and Mrs Laurence 81 Birmingham Iowa who1950 when persons attendWhite who resigned to accept well as h i s Omaha who died early Saturdayiwas injured m a traffic Attendance at 1954s Centennialsimilar position at Carlisle pro m an Omaha hospital of injunesiSOuth of here Friday died at was an alltime high of Crawford presently is administrajg r a ms The suffered Friday in a twocar crashFairfield hospital Monday in Council Bluffs i Ionia Farmer j Grover C Simmons 66 farmeri rear Ionia killed when his car left the road 11 miles west of Newi Hampton Saturday Ed McDaniel 14 Muscnlinc faj tally injured Sunday when a car went off a county road near Musj catine Orville Kittleson 38 farmer who died when bis tractor overturned on a county road near Highland ville in Winneshiek County Glenn Thompson 57 who lived j on a farm near Nashua was a1 drowning victim His body was found in the Cedar River Saturday where he had been fishing Itive assistant at Eau Claire REACHES KOREA SEOUL Korea You Chan Republic of Korea Ambasj nador to the United States arrived here Tuesday am iff reports he would be offered the post of for eign minister guaranteed annual wage proposals of the union and has offered a talked no politics whatever but fringe benefits had plenty to say oa that isubject afterward pay boost to cents an fmanciai and Along with saying he looks for In spite of early efforts by a fedpointed to the fact that a town the the President to run again Nixon eral mediator there appears to be in I PackaSe of a 6cent hourl HickeSoooS intSSSteven they estimate would brillg XllLKciiiUvUcl ill lei PA ClCU OLt V ell 11 t i i sons remarks as indicating DemoaU pay boost to cems an bourf cratic plans to criticize Eisen little indication of a break in the deadlock on the part of either labor or management Omcials at the Hampton plant size of Hampton pop woulddeclared that in his opinion Sen feel the economic pinch if the McCarthy is through as a po on Some strikers jlitical threat to Eisenhower and as taken on part major decisive force within Republican Party have could not comment on the Hampton scntimentrMcCartteJTaidNfacon was such I in light of the talks at Isewton senator defend ed Eisenhowers foreign program and declared Republicans will Hickenlooper be ready to meet any such attacks TJe impression 1 got in a re cent trip to Europe is that our over the strike has not yet solidija force last year at the time of FourHour Watches Businessmen however arejeongressional elections when the The workers who are mostly thoughtfully speculating on whatisenator was firing sharp criticism from Hampton with a few fromjwili happen if the situation should jat Eisenhower In those elections Hansell and Dumont are posted onjbe prolonged for any length Republicans lost control of fourhour watches in front of the plant night and day Inside the gate plant watchmen firmly stand inst entry j i In many cases relatives are on time DELAYED REACTION LOUISVILLE Ky UP lies feel our policies are many cases reiauves are F Lydon 59 that we are working for peace iniOPPQSite sides of the fence In from Army a practical he said in ani ave himself up Monday iCongress to the Democrats No Longer Strong But the Vice President said he McCarthy no longer is interview The world has seen underj Photo on 2 My conscience bothers United States policies of the lastjcases friends are One Hampton three years a distinct leader stated There is liti About who wentjthat kind of a force in 1928 and Our political history jNixon said that an indi vidual takes on the top and wins he the individual grows But when jyou make a frontal assault if you lose you are through And that is what happened on this McCarthy at Appleton Monday night replied i dont believe it is a choice between destroying Ike by a front lal assault and rubber stamping Fiveday Iowa approving every mistake tha The Weather Mason City Clear cooler Fair and cooler ito peace and the prospects of fuJtle ill feeling at the plant lure peace If StevensoT or anyj Of the people are not fired other Democrat wants to attacfcjup over the strike He cautioned those policies he will find himselfhowever that if it would drag out on unsound a coupic of weeks or more itj Invited War jmay be necessary to draw on aj Stevenson said Eisenhowers 1953substantial strike j talk of unleashing Chinese Nai By the gates the strikers through Sunday makes itionalists on Formosa for a possijhave employed a puptent for average 2 to 4 degrees below I feel that regardless of what ble attack on the Red China seem anxious to reach an nial Normal highs 7780 is had on what Nixon land shook our alliances and injagreement Though sold on the rea o w s 5438 Somewhat warmerlcalled a frontal assault every sen vited war in the F o r m o s asonableness of their demands some Wednesday night and Thursday iator has a duty to expose incom Strait J weary at the possibility of a longiCooler again Thursday night andpetence and wrong doing in gov Stevensons criticism of EisenUayoff Most of them are just Friday i eminent regardless of which party bowers record on agriculture for the bosses to makej MinnesotaLocal frost cool is at tnat l inlend ATTEMPT TO REVIVE City firemen and volunteers worked on the body of Steven Borgrer for 25 minutes Monday in an attempt to revive him after he fell into Willow Creek The bridge from where he fell into the water is at top in a letter to Henry Snow at whose up their minds Getting Bored One striker admitted he was al ready getting bored Another a man of near 60 remarked Ive Kasson farm both Steven son and Eisenhower made cam paign speeches in 1952 Since that dav three years Stevenson said the farmjbeen too used to working to enjoy situation has steadily worsened unjthis kind of der an administration that em He did feel bad about missing hi braces flexible price supports while holiday pay maintaining distressing rigidity of They all agreed however that wouldnt take long for them tol COOLER Globe Gazette weather data up to S a m Tuesl day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m VEAR AGO Maximum Minimum TWO LECTURES FRANKFURT Germany 82iFormer U S Treasury Secretary Snyder was in Frankfurt 65 Tuesday to deliver two lectures on public investment and 87 banking at the University of Frank 63 furls American Institute S   

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