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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Nortfc Iowas Doily Ntwspoper Edttod fat to MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T M I MIWSPAPIK THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWAHS NII6HIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Proa UaiM MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SIPTEMtfR It 19SS i OM NameCalling Brawl at Moscow Parley FRANK BERLIN Frank Berlin Named State Air Director Agree on Release ofPWs Success in Geneva Talks GENEVA f The United States and China Saturday reached final agreement on the release of Amer ican civilians in China The agreement was reached at the 14th meeting between U S Ambassador U Alexis Johnson and Red Chinese Ambassador Wang PingNan A Chinese spokesman said after the meeting negotiations on the question of detained civilians had been concluded and the talks would continue on the second item of the agenda Details of the agreement were to Adenauer Charge Is Denied Kid Gloves Are Removed GUARDS RUSH Guards at the Nebraska Mens Re formatory at Lincoln have their weapons in hand as they rush a band of insurgents Friday The photo was taken through a wire fence surround AP Wirephoto ing the exercise yards One inmate is in critical condition after being shot during the melee which was under control Saturday named new director of the Aeronautics Commission He spokesman dej ceeds Norbert Locke who resigned I substantial an effective Oct 1 to move to Chicago jnouncement Berlin is commander of the Ta Meet Again 132nd FighterInterceptor wing of The two ambassadors who have the Air National Guard based here been meeting at intervals since and at Sioux City He commandedAug 1 agreed to meet again Wed a bomber group during World WarJnesday morning i II and also flew in the Korean j Under a previous understanding i Var i settlement of the question of de Berlin a farmer was chosen i uined civilians would automatical by the commission from amongliy take the talks to the other item 17 applicants His salary will be0f the agenda Other practical a year A native of Dallas matters at issue between the two County he is married and the French to Give Morocco More Free father of three children He was The Chinese have been anxious graduated from Simpson College Sffice the talks opened to reach in school at Orient ijtcm 2 under which they joining the air force bring trade War IL Farm Prices Key to Demo Victory More Party Leader Predicts Race By DWIOHT McCORMACK IS The Iowa United Nations man Jake More going to admission to thejride the farm price issue to victory in the 1956 election r 4 j t givvn rmm iw Saturday s agreement Was us He said also Saturday In answer with respect fa yeur axlemile mkt anfereement unnecessary derstood to include an assurjtncejto an interview question of wheth1 Firefighters Getting Upper Hand at Last SAN FRANCISCO or with jlioreV guessis TS appeared to be getting Would bc free to leaveiYork Gov Avere onee if they wished The 25ins SPH K Unless Pact Restored To Enforce Laws on Ohio Trucks DES MOINES UPi Gov Lw warned tha Stala of Ohia Saturday that fhit stata will be gin anfarcing truck lawi Ohtoant in few days unltst that ttt reciprocity alto Hid Ohw Cav Frank Lautcha m a tatter Wa fael attvatien be easily reaelved if MM Ohia Reciprocity Beard exercise the aewer given them to grant rocity with Iowa and many ether statat effective Fri day becaute tha ethar states re fused to axampt Ohios financial ly fruitful axlemilt big truck tax from tha intantata pacts It will taka Ufa faw days to fnaka tha nacastary arrange ment te enforce HiVfh wrote and wa would be happy ta haar that in the interim Ohio takan steps which would by the Chinese Communists thatjer he thinks President Eisenhower all American civilians held in seek Republican reelection na would be free to leave expej i dont know But I feel that in jditiously subject to Chinese i view of our present economic con Communist judicial processes jdition it doesnt make any differ j This meant that those who werejence whether he does or not that either New i ers appeared to be getting the ut ee lu icavejiorK Averell Harriman or per hand Saturday on a dangerous if The Sen Estes Kefauver of Ten brush fire near Santa Barbara as American civilians in Chinese ComInessee will be the Democratic other points in this fireravaged and three undernominee for President next year state also turned more house arTesl K Ohio cancelled its truck recip Hoagh emphafiied that under Iowa law this state has re course but to require all Ohio and ether stata trucks traveling Iowa highways to have lewa license plates unless there is across the board reciprocity with Ohio or the other state We have never recognized the right of the Stata of Ohio to im an axlemile tax upen lawa vehicles under the terms of tha reciprocity agree Hoegh declared Hoegh said he would regret ft very much if his action appears to be PARIS ernment has rocco a large Fnn Our Wire Serrlen MOSCOW West German and Russian leaders engaged in a namecalling brawl Saturday touched off by Chancellor Konrad Adenauers charge that Soviet sol diers committed atrocities in Ger many at the end of World War II Leaders of the two delegations took off their diplomatic kid gloves in the second day of the historic West GermanSoviet conference here The grimfaced Adenauer told the Russian leaders to their faces that Soviet troops committed atroc ities in Germany 1 Demands Refused Soviet Communist Party chief iNikita S Khrushchev snapped back that this was an offensive re The Soviets turned down flatly Adenauers demands for release of German war prisoners They told the chancellor that if he attempted to negotiate from a position of strength in Moscow there is no point in further Soviet Premier Marshall Nikolai i Bulganin told Adenauer flatly there Uvere no socalled German prison jers of Instead he said ithere were war criminals French conviction by Soviet courts las decided to give Mowas really an act of Bulganin said that all German Modern State to Supercede 1912 Treaty New Violence in Casablanca Area give measure of inde pendence under a new pact safe prisoners of war have been re Bi J V V i Thp Santa Rarhara hartSUIJJect COUrt action SUCh as HI v I Parole or deportation The state chairman a recurring threatened 20 cattle ranches m heParole deportation speculation that he might area but the firemenincluding Go to MamUnd be was asked 500 along aj The United States in return jtion Do you think farm prices will sevenmile line and aided by fogjwas understood to have given an and rising humidity appeared toassurance that all Chinese in the v j United States could go to the Com munistcontrolled mainland of Chi na if they stu dents sent to the United States from Nationalist China be winning The fire is not running now and there does not seem to be any immediate danger rf a break Bruce Barren of the U reported be much of an issue in the 1956 election in Iowa either on the na tional level or the state scale More replied I think farm prices will be the determining fac tor in Iowa That is one reason I rrh Guest ranch and n Fall The agreement was understood j Governor Harriman is coming to 10 stipulate that the British emjlowa Oct 22 Harriman is sched bassy in Peiping would facilitateiuled to address an Iowa Democrat the return of the American fund raising dinner inj ians and the Indian embassy in Des Moines afler Wang that the farmers going u the polls and Chinese Reds were prepared to voting Democratic in Statistics show that about 40 give exit visas to 12 of ant Saturday One officer said the fluid would be getting its first real test under real forest fire condi tions This announcement was the first positive result to come out of the talks and narrowed the discus sion under Item 1 down to the 28 Stove Falls From Loft Dubuque Girl Killed DUBUQUE I daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Buyer Dubuque was killed Friday when a 100pound stove fell from garage loft and landed on her j Authorities said she in the garage when somehow she caused the stove to become dis lodged and fall It had been stored in a loft directly above her Americans in house prison or under About The Weather Maun City Scattered frost lawa Clearing cold Mirmaaota Fair and cold COOL Globe Gazette Weather Data up to 8 Maximum 99 Minimum 48 At 8 Precipita tion YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Legion Committee Says U N Group Not Communistic WASHINGTON ft A special American Legion committee has termed utterly without founda tion charges that the United Na tions Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO is Communistic Summarizing an 18month inves tigation of the controversial affiliate the sixmember group said in iis report UNESCO is not favorable to ward world government is not athestic and is in no sense or degree The special group thus placed itself at odds with the Legions Americanisn Commission which has said it has evidence there are 48 ja number of Communist sympathi zers in UNESCO The report is destined for sub mission to the Legions national 01 home at the last election 1 be lieve that the decline in farm the cost of operating a farm and prices the fanners have to pay for equipment are on an cause this 40 per cent of the farmers to go to GOP Leaders Beginning to Pressure Ike guarding vital French interests hi and sent home to their the protectorate it was announced j Saturday The exchange took place in a General of the Army Georges3hour session at Spiridonovka Catroux special government enjpalace The bitterest exchange as voy said France plans to raise revealed at a Soviet press confer Morocco to the status of a modieDce resulted from the following lern He said a new treaty i statement by Adenauer would be signed establishing an tt is Hitlers troops i interdependence between Mocommitted many serious atrocities rocco and France safeguarding against the Soviet people but latters economic strategic troops in Germany also com tural and diplomatic interests jmitted certain Naw Traatv Denied Catrouxs statement clearly im Krushchev then asked Adenauer DENVER chairmen built up pressure Satur day on President Eisenhower for an early secondterm announce ment they said win help them get better GOP candidates in state and national races The chief executive spoke at an earlymorning breakfast session chairmen from every urged them to work harder on organization and to get new party recruits However the breakfast rallv still lacked the in with the state and plied the new treatv would wflas Saturday s chairman cede the 1912 pact establishing f tte toe chan Frances protectorate in t0 Catroux made the statement Mmster Heimch er he and a top Foreign Ministry AJ Chancellor said official Henri Yrissou concluded I a fiveday series of talks with former Sultan Sidi Mohammed Youssef at his place of exile in Madagascar The two special envoys flew to Paris from Madagascar where they won the exsultans approval for Premier Edgar Faures Moroc can peace plan Khrushchev said at the end of his when Soviet troops German border and crossed the continued their advance they also committed atrocities I categorically deny Khrushchev added The Soviet troops were carrying out their sac red duty to the Soviet people and Hopes for a speedy solution gredient the GOP leaders wanted thei crisis were soaring d mostEisenhowers own agreementfizzling of a rightwing to seek another term Assembly revolt and a ities If troops had attacked Ger could that be called commit iting atrocities I think that an offensive remark Before they left Washington thesuPPOrt from the exiled sultan chairmen sent Eisenhower a me Violanc jwas made about Soviet age saying they were lootangj flared in Casablanca sand moved me to make these jionvard to supporting jou again central district late Jnday We bomb exploded kuji Adenauer Mcr ed grim T ttimgxthree Moroccans and woundfaced from the working Chairman Leonard four others Frances hopes to f Kellogg photo the polls and vote Democratic Demo Victory j short crop It all adds up to a complete Democratic victory in 1956 The farm price situation willj help the state election but gardiess of national issues well be far out in the lead with our state ticket because of the nine new and broadened taxes passed by the Hoegh More said he anticipates that Clyde Herring Des Moines will be a candidate for governor on the Democratic ticket again But DOUBLE Clemensen examines damage in his corn field three miles east of Clear Lake on Highway 106 after the Friday windstorm The dry stalks brittle because of the drought snapped in the wind Farmers now will have to pick up off the ground much of their already x mg four others Frances hopes ojvithout commenf Hall told a news conference hererush in reinforcements by he looks for the same ticket asthe Monday deadline to prevent in 1952 including Vice Presidentfurther disorders i Nixon He said he thinks Eisen The key Moroccan bower nominee gin than he did in 1952 Des Moines Man will beat any Democratic departure of reigning Sultan Sidi e in 1956 by a greater marjMohammed Ben 111 MacArthur Should Have Been Fired Sooner HST Claims Imained unsolved Arafa who shot to power two years ago when jYoussef was deposed and exiled isUreSor2l down CHICAGO Presidentforces in Korea did not drive Truman says he wishes he had the Yalu River as MacArthurj said they could instead of halting at the 3Sth Parallel MacArthur never was ordered You Outnumbered j Find No Survivors After Plane Crashes fired Gen Douglas MacArthur two years sooner That he said is the only re Daniel Boones have you outnumbered At least thats the report from the Social Security Administration Paul L George manager of the More added quickly This office jpentance he has had for removto stop at the 38th TniMason City social securitv since DES MOINES UP J a m e Moines w a killed reluctant to relinquish the night vhen his r Faures plan hinges on his l Tmake f curve i north of Indianola on I b 6o69 and slammed into a ditch Gregory and a passenger Wayne Mooers 31 Monef were out Mooers suffered a broken leg but was reported in iigood condition in a Des Moinei TOKYO U S Air Force i hospital Saturday said Saturday night there were apj I parently no survivors of the 13 crewmen missing in their B29 suj 49 Girls Awoif Fifiol night is not discouraging a contest forjing MacArthur as supreme com the nomination for governor mander in Korea April 11 1951 The 71yearold Truman who re cently canceled two California speeches reportedly because of his health made the statement in a questionandanswer period follow ing an address before tne Execu tives Club of Chicago Friday man reported There were a miliaiMj S0mewhat of a western fan OAiltt JL11UA OUd V i J A i J The Air Force said an unopened MlSS AmeriCO Judging miles southwest of Okinawa Uni U N forces had reached the named Davy Crockett Yalu earlier in the war only to be forced back when China entered the conflict The Daniel Boones have re ceived 221 cards Even these figures dont tell the A MacArthur aide in New York whole story The Davy Crocketts prizes and personal appearances opened rafts oxygen bottles be made Saturday night by flight box lunches were found Fri day in the samo area The former president fired Macsaid there would be no immediateGeorge reports arc doing some rthur on erounds he was unablecomment from the seneral on Truslick maneuverine Included in a team of 11 judges Six preliminary winners held a commanding lead as the beauty TAKES POISON jcontcst moved into the final Arthur on grounds he was unablejcomment from the general on Truislick maneuvering Included in WAUKEGAN 111 The judges decision expected to give wholehearted support to mans remarks jtheir number are those 16 committed suicide Friabout 10 p m will end a policies of the U N and thej In an earlier press conference with Davy David or David witlvday by taking rat poison after his tense exciting for the 49 65 52 convention in Miami Oct 10 13 where it may stir up a fight SAMf DATI19H417 BUek hi H ITruman administration in the con duct of the Korean War j A questioner asked why U N Truman reaffirmed his support of an initial in front of it Adlai E Stevenson for the Denioj But the Boones are all cratic presidential nomination girl friend rode off on a from c states Chi an older man and didnt reicago District of Columbia Hawaii l turn Canada   

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