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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1955, Mason City, Iowa Nortfi lowdt Doily Cditod for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T M I NIWSPAMR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NIICHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI at tmitrf PIM ITuU CMU a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER I 195S Piper Ccuiits tt Two OM V Decision Near on 18 Plan Mason City Group Heard The State Highway Commission intends to make a decision as soon as possible on the routing of High way 18 through Mason City chair man Russell Lundy said Thursday The commission heard one of two opposing groups two weeks ago he said and beard the other side Thursday A delegation from the Mason City Chamber of Com merce city officials and interested citizens met Thursday with the commission The session was highlighted by an attack on the Civic Research Council described by City Solicitor Ray E Clough as a minority of Mason Cityans who object to the highway being on the street past their properties Alternate The city council sees no alterna tive route it was stated by Mayor George Mendon and favors 4th and 5th Streets South as proposed by the former highway commis lion Harold Johnson representing a AP Wiirphoto TERFECT CRIME FAILS Bonomi Scituate contractor is escorted by state police after pleading not guilty to the murder of his wife Mildred on Aug 30 citizens committee favoring thati rohce say Bonomi attempted a perfect crime by route presented a petition which bludgeoning his wife and then burying the body and the ax in a culvert under a 500pound boulder and six tons of gravel he said had more than signa tures Ralph Wallace informed the commission that the Mason City Chamber of Commerce board of directors bad voted 24 to 5 in favor of backing the city council de cision Two weeks ago Frank PearceJ chairman of the chambers streets and highways committee hadi asked the commission to study a bypass route on 12th Street North He argued that it would help lomewhat to relieve the north traffic problem as well as to Turkey in Vow fo End Riofing PARIS assured the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Fires in Forests Burn On Volunteer Is Missing SAN FRANCISCO fire fighters were burned in California and one was reported missing in Oregon as flames ate through hun dreds of thousands of acres of Pa cific Coast timber and brushlaflfls Thursday Three new timber fires burst out of control in northern California and another roared four miles ahead in Oregon Wednesday The missing worker was a mem ier of a fourman crew that had to abandon two tractors as flames nearly trapped them in a fiareup of the Round Butte fire in south ern Oregon which burned over an estimated acres Foreman David Robb and nine Mexican national volunteers were painfully burned fighting a fire of more than acres pushing dangerously close to Santa Bar ara Calif Decreasing winds and the prospects of cooler weather ifted hopes of controlling the ilaze Stopped Some weary firefighters a blaze on a ront threatening Yreka a little ogging and farm community some 20 miles south of the Oregon bor der However the fire advanced inchecked on at least one other ront on the Klamath National orest j Klamath officials said another ire exploded out of control along JKidder Creek approximately 25 miles southwest of Yreka roared to within five miles of the little town of Greenview By mid night the fire had flashed over an estimated acres of timber and brush but reportedly posed no CeaseFire Must Be Honored N Council Airs i Palestine Problem Proposals for Peace Presented Russ Agree to Plan connect the two ends of Highway Thursday that all possible measures are being taken to prevent danger to the town of 18 currence of antiGreek rioting 200 Clough called attention to two This came as reports from Athens said Greece was cancelling new on ether visitors at the meetingparticipation in NATO maneuvers as a result of antiGreek violencejmath boosted that smoking and Thursday Alfred DeBuhr chair which erupted Turkish Istanbul and Izmir Tuesday night icnarred forests burned area to man of the Civic Research Counj With relations between the two NATO nations at their lowest acres Damage F sj in AP Wirephoto FLAMES ROAR of the Santa Barbara area of California an approaching forest of many which is eating through dry timber on the West Coast Highway patrolmen were warning residents of the area to leave their homes cfl and Louis E Schuler Clearj in years because of differences over Cyprus NATO Secretary General Lake attorney Not Invited jthe grave situation arising oat Clough said that so far as the the riots Slason City delegation was conj Delegates representing the 15 na cerned the two were uninvited andjtions in the Western defense organ far as be personally was conj ization met for almost two hours cerned they were both uninvited i behind closed doors No communique was issued but exceeded 3H million dollars and DeBuhr said Thursday that he persons who attended said Mehmet at the meeting by arrangeJAli Tiney Turkeys permanent rep ment with the highway commissionjresentative on the council in adhered exactly to those ariformed fellow members his coun rangements He said he was repretry was taking all measures to pre icnting the Civic Research any new violence Neither he nor Schuler spoke onj NATO HQ the project Commission officials Georges Extinaris the perma said the two were present only as nent Greek representative to j Lord Ismay summoned the NATO Council into special session to discuss Far to the a brush fire advanced relentlessly on a 22mile front toward Santa Bar bara a coastal city of per sons Supervisor Robert Jones of the Los Padres National Forest said the fire posed a very real threat to the outskirts of Santa Barbara Destroyed j At least 10 houses were destroyed observers NATO reported on the losses suf Injunction to End Strike on Docks Sought NEW YORK New York New Jersey Commis sion moved Thursday for an in junction to halt a longshoremens walkout that has crippled the port I The city solicitor informed thejfered by Greeks living in Istanbul commission that the bypass of land by Greek officers at Izmir which the Civic Research Councilheadquarters of NATOS Southeast spoke is not new or unique possibilities of bypass routes are NATO sources said it was a re thoroughly considered in Mason port and not a protest Under the Citys comprehensive city plan NATO treaty the organization has tva c manor in 1057 Advises State to Encourage New Industry DES MOINES J Iowa Manufacturers Assn told the Iowa Tax Study Committee Thursdaj that greater encouragement of in dustrial development is the basic solution of this states tax prob lems In a 28page analysis of Iowas economic position lie association said that only the expansion of present factories and the building of new ones could halt the migra and approximately 200 persons fled tion Of young lowans to other parts their homes in the mountain areaof the cotmtry of the San Marcos Trout Club Jones called the situation criti cal Traffic on U S Highway 101 of New York Tais is the agency set up by u mam northsouth coastal ar which was prepared in 1937 by Harland Bartholomew and Associ ates SL Louis city planners Clough quoted from that report A bypass system can never be completely effective since highway no authority to take any action which could make amends for dam ages suffered NATOs military advisers in formed the council that order had been restored in Izmir and the base o William Fish 1 er U S Forest Senice informa iS H the scene tion officer said It is probablv of strife and racketeering The walkout is aimed at the com mission and commission policies and not at employers The commissions action came as the tieup costing an estimated million dollars a day in New York spread to Baltimore and threat one of the worst fire situations in 30 years and maybe Veteran fire fighters from Ore gon Washington and Utah were being flown in to bolster more than men battling fires in various parts of the state Sixth Army headquarters in San Francisco an toaffic could not be hiduced to go r ened to hit Philadelphia and Bosnounced another 500 soldiers have uamc couia not oe inaucea to operating normally For this ton hPPn tr out of its way to bypass the NATO officials said no ac t city jbeen dispatched to the Klamath It was the second court action inForest to augment 500 already Studitt 7 it was yjie secona court action inr ores jtion was taken as to GreetTurkish tended to get the men back to there The IMA presentation was made b E H Pollard Fort Madison attorney Eight IMA representa tives were present Slow Growth The association estimated that Iowa has lost more peo ple than it has gained through nat John Churchills Arrested for A BIT OF BOTHER LONDON Churchill artist mphtw of Sir Winston Churchill and hit wifo Kithlyn in court Thursday that they wert drunk and disorderly Wednesday night in a little street called Adatrfirid Evt Mtwt They pleaded innocent to a charge of behaving in a disorderly manner whilst Churchill who is also Minister Edens brotherinlaw was in court only two minutes with his wife The action was continued to Sept 29 to let them arrange for a lawyer They were released on bail of 10 pounds Lady Eden was terribly upset when I told her what had hap Mrs Churchill reported Lady Eden and Churchill are chil dren of Sir Winstons only brother the late Maj John S S Churchill Churchill told reporters there had been our house and the police were a bit of bother outside From Our Wire SerTices UNITED NATIONS N sia joined the West Thursday as the United Nations Security Coun cil unanimously adopted a resolu tion calling upon Egypt and Israel to reinforce their uneasy truce along the Gaza frontier in southern Palestine Delegates of both countries pledged their cooperation with ef forts of the Palestine truce super viser to prevent new border vio lence 110 Vote By an 110 vote the council urged the creation of a physical as a barbed wire the farces of Israel and Egypt in the area It also en dorsed the proposal of the truce su pervisor Maj Gen E L M Burns of Canada for establishment of a 500meter zone on each side of the demarcation line in which forces of neither side would be permitted The United States served warn ing on both parties that the Secjgx ity Council expects Israel and Egypt to maintain the Palestine ceasefire U S Ambassador Henry Cabot jLodge Jr welcomed the accept ance by both Israel and Egypt to the appeal of Palestine truce super visor Maj Gea E L M Burns of Canada for a ceasefire along the disputed Gaza Strip in southern Nab Clear Lake Man as Burglary Suspect Palestine Make Clear We must make clear he said that the Security Coun cil expects that the ceasefire will this time be maintained The parties urgently need an agreement in their own interest and we propose that the council call upon them to appoint repre sentatives to meet with the chief ABILENE Tex 33yearold lowan arrested while driving of staff Burns at once and to co ural increase and movement intonation of burglary of a missing Tutsan was held here Thursday for inves fully with The United States Britain and the state since 1900 As a result Detectives arrested Kenneth David Klein Clear Lake Iowa after France proposed to the council a the association statement said Iowa has grown in population only onesixth as rapidly as thej whole The manufacturers traced this problem to what they called the PARLEY OPENS PHILADELPHIA na revolution that has taken place injtional convention of the Amvets he tried to convert S40 in silver into paper money at a filling station He was driving a 1951 Buick owned by Charles L Cemino Tulsa machine collector who has been missing since Monday He Cemino gave him the auto mobile Police at Tulsa ordered a three state search for Cemino after resolution calling upon Israel and Egypt to accept Burns proposals for maintaining border peace in cluding erection of a barbed wire barrier along the frontier and re American with Unopened officially Thursday with Kleins arrest Klein said the last result that fewer people can meetSen Goldwater RAriz slated totime he saw Cemino was in the food and fiber needs of the nal Bums said he was violence could 6 fur lie also called attention to three traffic studies by the highway com mission which agreed that there is insufficient through traffic to war rant a bypass but that it is traffic to and from Mason City which must be handled He referred to the Civic Research Council They are of course a vociferous minority but they are a minority There is no dissent by any competent public body from this proposed route They are dredging up out of the 18 year old past ideas which cooperation at the base which would be of prime NATO concern Pcictful Fight In London where GreekBritish Turkish talks on Cyprus failed to reach agreement Greek Foreign Minister Stephen Stephanopoulos said his country would continue a peaceful fight to achieve self de termination for the people of Cy prus He denied any intent by Greece to push for annexation of Cyprus On the island itself Archbishop Makarios leader of the Enosis bave been thoroughly studied with Greece movement consistently rejected by the aneY beforf a congregation prehensive city plan by the city council the State Highway Com mission and the Federal Bureau of Public GOP Leaders Agreed Ike to Be Candidate WASHINGTON Pierson Iowa Republican chairman says he has found that GOP chairmen of the various states are unani mously agreed that President Ei senhower will be a candidate for reelection next year Pierson issued a statement Wednesday night at a campaign ichool in progress here for state chairmen He said President Ei will lead the Republi can ticket to one of its greatest r of many thousands to push the fight to achieve self determination No prison exile or death shall deter us from our he said The crowd responded with shouts of We will give our Three Killed in Crash of Plane at Terminal BURBANK Calif DC3 passenger plane carrying 25 per sons crashed on takeoff at Lock heed Air Terminal Thursday and police reported three dead Police reported the plane crashed into a hangar at the north end of the field The plane was identified as a Great Lakes Airlines plane which is being operated by Trans continental Airlines under a lease agreement work They walked out Wednesday The New York Shipping employer group obtained a re straining order in State Supreme Court Wednesday William V Bradley president of the International Longshoremens independent said Thursday he had not yet received a copy of the restraining the walkout went on NO AGREEMENT NEWTON federal mediators met with officials of the United Auto Workers union and the strikebound Maytag Co plant at Newton Wednesday but failed to reach an agreement Another hard hit fire area Hum boldt County on the northwestern California Coast reported much progress in the fight to check a rash of fires that have blackened more than acres of priceless redwood and fir land tion from fewer and larger j Full Force Iowa has felt the full force of the keynote address SAME About reduced labor requirements in ag riculture because food production plays such a large part in the economy of the the state ment declared It went on to say the number of Iowa farms has dropped from to less than since 1940 while the size of farms has steadily increased Population loss has been heavi est in the counties with least in dustry the association comment ed It added that for the most part those also are the counties with the lowest personal income and the ones getting the most state aidj in relation to state tax payments I The Weather Mason City Fair and mild Iowa Somewhat warmer dress where Cemino bought j a 1947 Chevrolet from the Bailey Motor Co Detective Lt George Sutton of Minnesota Showers Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Thurs WARMER day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum b JUH VVL VJULIU1J VJA c Abilene police said it looks like Klein is telling the According to Klein Cemino picked him up in Tulsa Monday Cemino had just finished collecting in silver from vending ma chines in the Douglas Aircraft plant He said he couldnt understand why Cemino was so Sutton said He said Cemino didnt do much talking He knew ical Si Slain Burns report to the United Na tions said that between Aug 22 and Sept 1 56 persons were killed and 39 injured in fighting along the truce line Jhe dead included 43 Egyptians and 13 Israelis An uneasy ceasefire is in effect now In the disarmament talks in jformed sources speculated Soviet delegate Arkady A Sobolev might end his long silence on the Eisen hower plan for military inspection Thought of Vet Exemption Repeal J him only as He said Cemino told him he was going to a9buy another car and would give Ithe other car to him which he 41 j Klein also said Cemino gave him iS130 in silver Klein was arrested I trying to change the silver into paper money at a filling station DES MOINES tiffMembers of the State Legislative Tax Study Committee told the Iowa Ameri can Legion Wednesday they have no thought of recommending re peal of the soldiers property tax exemption law The assurances came after E W McNeil Montezuma chair man of the Legions tax commit tee offered vigorous protests against even the thought of tak ing away veterans McNeil had a long list of ex emptions applying to other tax payers and asked why veterans should be singled out Then the chairman of the legis la live group Sen X T Prentis RMount Ayr assured him that the question of tax exemptions is on the committee agenda for dis cussion only You dont think the members of this committee are going to commit political suicide do you asked Sen Henry E Heideman RRockwell McNeil said he didnt and agreed that the committee should have the freedom to consider the effect of all exemptions on the entire tax structure Prof Robert H Johnson of the State University of Iowa a com mittee member said he was the one who brought up the subject of tax exemptions noting that as a veteran of World War II he gets a exemption himself I favor doing away with all exemptions but 1 am not taking out after fellow veterans even ihough tax exemptions benefit only half of Johnson said j The committee also heard Wednesday on the first day of its threeday monthly sessjon from the Iowa Society of Certified Accountants and the Iowa Assn of Utility Tax Representatives The accountants group opposed any further extension of state aid M P Brogan spokesman for the utility group offered the com mittee its help in securing uni formity in tax Folio Apparently Hits Peak for 55 Season National Guard Raids Six Night Clubs on Mississippi Coast GULFPORT Miss tfvThe Mis sissippi National Guard raided six night clubs along the Gulf Coast Wednesday night and planned to stay in action until gambling is eliminated along the tourist strip Maj Gen Pat Wilson state adju tant general said gambling will be wiped out as Gov Hugh White WASHINGTON apparJwarned two weeks ago cntly has passed its peak for Guardsman arrested 12 the Public Health Service said and operators of clubs and charged Thursday them with possession of gambling The services weekly report on equipment and liquor The raiders polio cases listed by the statessmashed at least bottles of showed in the week ended Sept 256 from the previ ous no figures in from liquor Massive plush gambling equip ment not needed as evidence Nebraska and Montana In the burned after the raids Total de comparable 1954 week there werclstruction in the raid rnav reach cases Jf
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