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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 9, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Doily Newspaper far tw MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEW TN I0WAMS N I I 6 H O t S HOME EDITION VOL LXI PnM UMMri taw rnU MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SIFTIMMt Itii TttU CouiiU of Two OM He M7 State Reinstates Highway 18 Project Release German War Prisoners Held in Russia Adenauer Tells Bulganin Reunified Germany Sought But Demands Are Ignored STANLf Y JOHNSON MOSCOW German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer Fri day called on the Soviet Unions top leaders to release German war prisoners held in Russia as a prel ude to normalization of relations between their two countries Opening his historic first meet Ing with the Kremlin command Adenauer also pleaded with Soviet Premier Bulganin Communist Party Boss Nikita Khrushchev and Foreign Minister V M Molotov to dedicate all your energies to conclusion with the Western Big Three of an agreement to re unify Germany Bulganin in reply ignored the question of the war prisoners On reunification he repeated the Rus tian claim that West German memomaip in NATO and the Western European Union formed barrier to reunion of West and East Germany Normal Retatiem The Soviet Premier urged the fe Ptwol irTw city officials have urged the Iowa Legislative studv Committee to recommend a broader tax base for cities governmemX asserting that closer L Touchae mayor of Waterloo and Leonard G Howell Des S fiSga 332 W the committee the Legislature unificati ble IshouW and towns to collect a payroll or personal Seated across from the of Per fent or af to establish normal relations Touchae said the cities and remLmsl towns could collect the one per In Neues Deutschknd j cent payroU ta but he would chief newspaper of the East Ger man Communist Party said the East German government would AP Wtrephoto GOSH YOU MEAN ITS to be the current trend of schools and colleges giving cars to their athletic coaches the Jaycees at Jefferson Thursday presented Frank Linduska with 1927 Erskine Linduska high school football coach got a monkey wrench instead of the usual set of keys because the ignition switch is broken and the wrench is necessary to operate the car The machine is complete with window shades and is in top running condition Ask Broad Base for City Taxes tween our states of thi so long as this To Provide Free Serum continue its efforts to settle finally and for all of Germany the fate of German prisoners still in Russia It said agreement to release most of the captive Germans had been reached Aug 22 between Soviet and East German represen tatives All Credit Westerners viewed the Neues DeutscMand editorial as confirma tion that the East German govern The Iowa State Department of prefer that the State Tax and the Iowa Medical So sion make the collections have announced Plans to Since the state sales tax now isivide free Salk P0110 to per cent the easiest method Pregnant mothers and children he ld be for the tax commission tte of five and would simply to collect a 3 per cent sales The Cerro Gordo County program levy in cities and towns Touchae junder the plan was discussed at a said The state ihen could remit back to the city the proceeds from one Qoon meeting of the Medical council Society of the Friday half of one per cent of the sales tax less five per cent which the commission would keep for costs wa Part of October The program in Cerro Gordo County is not expected to get under of collection he favored the Congress appropriated over 34 mil of the need 6 ment hopes to take all credit tax obtaining the prisoners laHe also said Some believe Adenauer may be a larger share of taxes the state I The Salk C R Fischer GOP Figure Dead at 70 DCS MOINES ypvStitt Insur ance Cemmitfiener Charles R Fischer prominent figure in lewa Republican politics whe often was referred te as a mak er ef died Thursday night a heart ailment at the ef 70 Fischer had been in failing health fer several years and last Friday entered Mercy Hospital here He had been active in GOP pelitics fer mere than M years and was a behindthescenes power in campaigns that elected to the gevemership Dan W Turner Corning the late Ceerge A Wilson Des Moinet and the late William S fteardsley New Virginia He served a total of about IS years as head ef the state insur ance department Fischers interest in politics dated back te the time when he was a banker at Onawa in Mono na County where he was born en a farm He entered state service in as assistant te the late E L tlencoe lewas first budget director Fischer Turner governor for a single term through 1933 Then came six years in which the Democrats were in power He managed the campaigns ef Wilson who was governor from to 1M3 and re ceived his first appointment as FISCHER insurance commissioner from Wilson holding that job conthv uously until 1947 Then for two years he served as secretary of Iowas Little Hoover Commis sion on reorganization of state government He was campaign manager for Beardstey when the late gover nor was elected to the first of three terms in 1948 and he aided the chief executive in later cam paigns Argentine General Arrested Rebellion Was Plotted Hot Winds Buffet State Mercury Hits 99 in Area BUENOS AIRES Argentina An army general accused with four other high ranking officers of plotting a rebellion against Presi dent Peron was reported under arrest Friday Authoritative sources said Brig Gen Delmiro Felix VIdela Bala guer head of the Rio Cuarto Gar rison was being the 3rd Motorized Regiment headquarters on the outskirts of Buenos Aires These informants said it was likely Baiaguers associates in the first reported military plot since the abortive June 16 revolt were also under arrest in garrisons near the capital No Announcement There was no official announce ment about the five army officers Argentines learned of the accusa tions against them Thursday when La Epoca a PemucU newspaper published tro its inside pages in order for to appear for t hearing on conspiracy charges The publication seemed to con firm reports of unrest at the gar rison in the rich cattle and grain country of central Argentina 350 miles west of Buenos Aires Maj Gen Jose Epifanio Sosa Molina newly named commander of the 2nd Army Division which includes the Rio Cuarto garrison signed the Epoca notice It was dated Wednesday and warned the five officers if they did not appear before him within three days they faced the penalty of being de dared It was the fourth reported con spiracy against Peron this year Balaguer Disappeared In Congress a member of the opposition Radical party Mauricio Original Routing Approved Underpass Is Planned AP Wirephoto READY FOR Premier Bulganin ges tures West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer to his seat at the start of a conference between the two nations Friday Adenauer flew to Moscow for the historic meeting Yadarola declaredthat Gen Balaguer disappeared from his headquarters several days ago Yadarola presented a resolution asking the generals whereabouts and demanding whether a mili ary rebellion has been discovered in the interior of the If this was so Yadarola why had it been kept secret Westinghouse in Fear of Strike Ml disputes iUed thr the third Straight dajr Friday and threatened to Mind GH employes of Westinghouse Electric Corp on a coasttocoast strike Meanwhile CIO United Auto Workers members voted unanimously at a mass meeting to end a violencesparked wildcat strike at the Chrysler Corporations Indianapolis plant The CIO International Union of Electrical Workers said its mem bers are voting more than 2 to 1 for a nationwide strike at midnight to back 22100 workers who walked out at the firms East Pitts burgh plant Aug 8 The workers struck in protest a company time study of Sjob efficiency and about other production and office work ers were furloughed as aresult The strike vote already has sparked walkouts by workers North lowans Fined After Holdup Try FAIRMONT Minn T w o North Iowa men and a Californian Thursday were arrested here after an attempted holdup at a gro cery store here Kenneth Elwood 28 Clear Lake Robert Elwood 20 Britt amd Rob ert Sacramento each were fined S30 in police court The three were charged with dis turbing tie peace According to officers the group walked into the store and pur chased some tobacco As the checkout girl Marilyn Osburne iwhile publicity with excessive dejwas putting them in a sack one of tails have been given alleged plotstho mBn told the prisoner question already is settled The Moscow government news paper Izvesit and Trud organ of the Soviet trade unions warned Adenauer that he is mistaken if he thinks he is going to get reunifica tion of Germany on bis own terms Izvestia said the problem of Ger man unity cannot be solved with out taking into account the inter ests of the East German Demo cratic Republic as well as the West German Federal Republic nor by mechanically merging both parts of Germany It would be best if the German problems were set tled by the Germans Adenauer said in asking release of the prisoners he was not mak ing a but rather underlining an essential to the normalization of relations the Soviets had listed as the purpose of his trip to Moscow Unbearable Thought It Is an unbearable thought that more than 10 years after the end of hostilities human beings who one way or another were drawn into the maelstrom of war events should be kept away from their families their homes and their normal peaceful he declared The West German government claims that nearly Ger mans are still in Soviet custody The Russians and the East Ger man government insist the num ber is less than The division of Germany is ab Adenauer continued firm collects for roads and highways be available commercially until the supply exceeds the needs of the program It is expected that there will be enough vaccine for commercial use early next year PLANS VISIT STOCKHOLM Min ister Tage Erlander will pay an unofficial visit to the Soviet Un ion early next year at the invita tion of the Soviet government Post Office Dept Puts Ban on Confidential Magazine given alleged plotsthe men reportedlv said civilians j can m ttat big The temperature hit 99 degreesjs He referred to recent money The original routing of Highway 18 through Mason City on 4th and 5th Streets South has been defin itely and finally reestablished by Jie Iowa State Highway Commis sion Work now will go forward as quickly as possible to complete the highway connection through Mason ity according to John G Butter Ames chief engineer of the com mission Work already had been begun on plans and specifications for the underpass at the Great Western and North Western tracks Prep arations also had been made for acquiring the necessary right of way Crossing of the M and St L and Milwaukee short line tracks just east of Carolina S E is al most surely going to be by an un derpass also Butter reported Fri day That will be less expensive and better looking than anover pass he suggested and the engi neering looks plausible No Commitment No commitment to complete the project in 1956 is possible the chief engineer said because the two structures must be built before other work can be done Progress on them will largely determine the completion date on the project They definitely win be built in 1956 lie said The new route win enter JTason City from the east on 4th S E as at present Instead of turning on Maple Drive it will continue west ward on 4th across Virginia and then under the tracks on an Scurve to 5th S E and Carolina The highway then will continue across Federal Avenue on 5th South to Madison Avenue From at four Westinghouse plants in New Jersey On the East Coast leaders of the Independent Longshoremens Union defied court orders and pleas of state officials to go back to work The 10milliondollaraday walk out has shut down the port of New York and longshoremen in Phila delphia Boston Norfork and Bal timore have also refused to go to the docks The union said it would not send the men back to work until the governors of New York and New Jersey agree to listen to their grievances against the antiracket at the KGLO transmitter Friday afternoon as hot winds fol lowed a low pressure area moving northeastward Temperatures through the upper Midwest at showed progress of the low pressure area It xvas 98 at Omaha 95 at Sioux City and Mason Ctiy 84 at Sioux Falls S 73 at Redwood Falls in southwestern Minnesota and 72 at Minneapolis The CAA weather station at the Mason City municipal airport re1 jport gusts of wind up to 40 miles fan hour at noon The wind had dropped to between 20 and 30 miles iat 2 oclock l government announcements that it early had smashed two terrorist plots against Peron in the past three weeks Sosa Molinas order was the first official indication of disloyalty in the army which stood by Peron in the abortive June 16 revolt by dissident navalair elements About The Weather the three went out the door Police Called WASHINGTON Magazine has been barred from the mails it was disclosed Fri day when the publication asked U S District Court for an order requiring the Post Office Depart ment to lift the ban The request for an injunction said Postmaster General Sum merfield instructed the postmas ter at Mount Morris on Aug 27 to send sample copies of the magazine to Washington for examination and advice as to their and later de nied the magazine the right to use the mails The magazine which purports to give the inside story on events and persons of prominence or no torietv is published at Mount Morris Edward Bennett Williams at torney in the injunction suit said it has a circulation of 41 million copies an issue After the suit was filed the Post Office Department con firmed to a reporter that a withhold from dispatch order against the magazine had been issued A spokesman said there had been no public announce ment of the action Confidential which went into business in 1952 publishes every two months Numerous stories it has pub lished have brought vigorous dis sents as to their accuracy from persons named in them and li bel suits asking millions of dol lars in damages art pending against the magazine Mason City Windy cooler Iowa Much cooler 5day Iowa Temperatures Fri I A cold front will hit North lowajday night through next They denied at iSaturday afternoon according toxvi11 5 to 9 degrees below i tempting a holdup saving it was t VIrfVi withjegjjjjg mission Madison it will angle under the railroad tracks and back to 4th S W at Van Buren A new con nection will be buflt to Monroe Avenue going northward The commissions latest action came after its members had heard joth sides to the controversy they pointed out On Aug 23 the Civic Research Council of Mason City lad appeared before the council opposing the 4th and 5th street routing Others also spoke against t or asked consideration of other routes After Opposition Noted hearing this group the commission postponed indefinite ly the project because of what chairman Russell F Lundy Des Moines called formidable opposi Lundys letter resulted in ac tivity by another Mason City group supporting the city council in ap Just Bluffing Aw go replied the startled girl youre just You think so eh countered the stranger Well that guy at the end of the counter has a gun so just keep smiling and toss in the I still think youre the girl insisted as she gave them their correct change and handed them the bag Well we could rob you if we wanted replied one of the out bluffed bluffers disappointedly as Govs Averell Harriinan of New York and Robert Meyner of New Jersey both served notice they would not bow to the union de mands Meanwhile two permanent injunctions against the walkout were sought Another injunction led to the end of a 2dayold wildcat strike at Indianapolis which bad idled workers Superior Judge John Niblack issued a temporary re straining order Thursday which banned picketing at the Chrysler1 plant UAW leaders then made a backtowork plea at a mass meetj ing and about members voted Waterfront Comproving the commissions original routing This group met with the commission Wednesday claiming Later the girl called police and j to end the walkout the thret were picked up on aj that preponderant opinion in Mason City was favorable to the original routing Harold Johnson presented a peti tion containing signatures Ralph Wallace informed the com mission that the Mason City Cham ber of Commerce board of direc tors had voted 24 to 5 in support of the city council The project will cost an esti mated S2 million of which the city of Mason City will provide ap proximately for the con struction of storm sewers The Federal Bureau of Public Roads will share expense with the state the CAA weather forecast drop ping temperatures rapidly in the late afternoon and evening Machine Shed on Farm Destroyed blown by high winds Friday ignited bales of strain in a machine shed on the Bill Nelson farm six miles north of here Fire Chief Murl Ytzen said a shed and a quantity of machinery in it were destroyed before the blaze was extinguished There was no estimate of damage The fire was reported at noon normal Normal highs 75 north to 79 south Normal lows 53 north to 57 south Turning much cooler Saturday and Sunday followed by a slow warming trend RainfaU will average threetenths to six tenths of an inch as scattered showers northeast Friday after noon and over state the middle of next week MirmcMta Showers Globe Gazette fl3f2 weather data up to 8 Friday WINDY Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum SI 57 79 all a big The group was released after the fines were paid They were work ing in the area as tree surgeons SERGEANT BLUFF UP Two young brothers burned to death in a corn crib on their parents farm near here Thurs day They were Cornelius Hulstein 4 and his brother Harry 3 sons of Mr and Mrs Raymond Hul stein who farm 3 miles south and 4 east of Sergeant Bluff Authorities said Mrs Hul stein had gone to Sioux City to pick up her husband who works was driving his car in a reckless at a filling station and left the 70 manner when the mishap occurred boys and another son in the care 54 Jon U S 30 near Woodbine of an aunt Shirley Hulstein J8 Man Held for Jury in Death of Patrolman LOGAN Schreiner 26 Lincoln was held for the Harrison County grand jury Thurs day as result of an accident July 2 in which Highway Patrolman Ralph Garth wait e 34 Sheldon was killed Schreiner is free on bond A coroners jury said Schreiner Sergeant Bluff Boys Burned to Death in Farm Building When the parents returned firemen were at the scene and the boys were dead The babysitter told authori ties she and the three children were taking naps and the two boys went outside without awak ening her Authorities said they may have been playing with matches and set the crib afire Deputies found burned newspa pers in a nearby building The couple has two other chil dren Robert 18 months and Linda Lou 6 The girl was in school whon the mishap curmi   

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