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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE MIWStAPIft THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I 0 W A N J NIIGHI01S HOME EDITION VOL LXI ItalUd PrtM ITull CMU a MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SIPTIMMR U Om First 2 Americans Freed by Chinese Hoegh to Run Say Editors Some Political Ground Lost it first tit two ttoritt en throwjh pub poll Saturday Can Win tfit Statt Elec tion ROBERT HOCAN DBS MOINES IDPA Iowa daily newspaper officials feel that though Gov Leo A Hoegb has lost some political ground since Janu ary he will seek renomination and will be nominated nest year by Republicans as their candidate for second term Whats more the newspapermen almost to a man expect the gover nor to be opposed in the party pri mary And by a narrow vote they forsee his reelection next No vember In a poll taken at the annual meeting of the Iowa Daily Press Association 23 publishers or edi tors of the daily papers who partici pated in the survey all felt that the This adjoins the Perto Belgrano naval base which revolted Friday governor will seek renomination morning The rebels seized a radio station and a newspaper in Bahia Blanca Nicholas to Vie for Old Office One Source Says A close to W H Bill Nicholas former lieutenant governor Friday said he definitely will be candidate for that fob again in the If54 GOP primary the United Press said Friday Nicholas in Oes Moines on a trip from his home at Mason City would neither confirm nor deny the report The boys at state day at tho Iowa State Fair made me promise not to close the door on running for Nicho las said in an interview But at this time I think Id rather be in the Senate And Ive had a lot of encouragement to run for both governor and lieutenant Nicholas finished second to Gov Leo A Hoegh in the 1954 Republican primary in a sixman field said I could have beaten Hoegh if the field were smaller and the vote wasnt split However if I ran for lieutenant governor this time num bers would work for CAPTURE PORT CITY Rebels Revolt in Argentina BUENOS AIRES 3VRebel forces Friday captured control of Bahia Blanca Argentinas big wheat port in Buenos Aires Province and reelection Elthon Named and apparently took over Eight persons at the meeting didsfacilities in the city of not participate in the poll but with one or two exceptions a vote by them would have duplicated repre from their paper Of those 23 responding there are The fate of city of H4 still in doubt as fighting went on there There were unofficial reports j that some elements in the army 20 whTcurrentiy believe that thejhad called upon President Juan governor will be opposed in aisjD Peron to resign But an offi party primary election contest jcial statement announced that reg Lt Gov Leo Eltbon is expectediular army uniU were converging to oppose the governor for the Jon rebel centers to put down the party nomination by 21 of volt completing the forms Atone point the ke to wiping out the scourge Two did not answer the question radio claimed the revolt had tuberculosis on whom they expect to A later reportj reported that a new Find Key to Wiping Out TB Scourge CHICAGO Minnesota I researchers Friday said they have Chief in Moscow Slap Aimed at Adenauer MOSCOW u Premier Otto Grotewohl of East Germany ar rived in Moscow with a government delegation Friday to start negotia tions with the Kremlin Only three days ago West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer finished similar negotiations The Soviet government paved the way for the East Germans arrival by hailing East Germany Thurs day night as a sovereign state and by brushing aside Adenauers claim that his government speaks for all Germans Grotewohl was first off the plane from Berlin followed by Walter Ulbricht deputy premier and Com munist Party boss by Otto Nuschke another deputy premier and by Foreign Minister Lothar Bolz Welcoming On hand to greet them were For eign Minister V M Molotov party boss Nitota Khrushchev Deputy Premier Mikhail Pervukhin La zar Kaganovich and Georgi Malen EOV Premier Nikolai Bulganin who is ill was not present There has been no hint so far as to what ails the 60yearold Premier The Big Three Western ambas sadors did not show up for the airport reception because their countries do not recognize the East German government There was no parade and when Grotewohl and his group drove into town they went through practically empty streets The meeting with Grotewohl was seen as a Soviet move to reassure East German Communists that PRIEST GIVEN Rev Walter Rigney Catholic priest from Chicago talks to newsmen at Hong Kong Friday after he was released by the Chi nese Reds The newsmen all are unidentified Hoegh while of those who did rejsaid the 14th Infantry new drugs raise the possibilty ipond two mentioned former Rio Cuarto was heading northjof eradicating TB down to the TV fliHoivMilo Knpilli Gov W H Nicholas in addition tojtoward Cordoba Elthon Two others said possibly Elthon would vie for the nomina tion one added that if opposed Hoegh would contest with Elthon While the majonfr feelthatj govrernment dedared t under present circumstances Hoegh i rorist been smashed will be renominated there was Air iome disagreement on the point Chostfl by IB tubercule Circles close to the army spoke They said that a 28year study of an ultimatum directed to that the new tuberculin test demanding he step down but hoursjcan detect tuberculosis with un passed with no confirmation of in Buenos Aires with arrest of 100 civilians This was the fourth reicommg canny accuracy earlier than chest Xrays or any other test With such a head start they said new antimicrobial drugs just use nave a chance to ported plot aimed at Peron since j destroy all the tuberculosis germs The governor was chosen by 18 the major revolt o June 16just to win renomination over Elthon months ago Fridav or any other GOP candidate butj If the new drugs work the doc negotiating with Adenauer The SovietWest German talks resulted in agreement to set up diplomatic relations between the two governments and according to Adenauer an oral promise from Bulganin to release German pris oners held ia Russia since World War n Set Stage The Russians set the stage for the Grotewohl taiks by rejecting two claims Adenauer had made be The s tors said TB may be whipped forlfore leaving Moscow 1 that the jLhe first tune in history was the only legiti A mass testing one said probablv Hoegh would nrfhJr onvLor has dela Balaguer who was accused the governor has chance at renomination one he didnt a and would cop the prize 8 of leading the Rio Cuarto program the new technique the group pre dicted may mean tracking down destroying the last tubercule o wou Balaguer was reported under ar A rather surprising number of f the group declared it their feeling that the governor has lost ground since his inauguration in January but a narrow majority felt that in spite of this he can still be re elected Fourteen said it is their opinion garrison in a conspiracy was crushed Four days later The researchers are Dr J Ar thur Myers and Frederick G Gun laugson Minneapolis and Edward A Meyerding St Paul and Miss Jean Roberts Minneapolis The report said that the tuber1 culm test finds tuberculosis within a few weeks after infection In this rest but this never was confirmed officially James Penney Observes His 80th Birthday NEW YORK Cashjmay destroy all the bacilli it said AP Wirephotos FREED Walter A Rickett Seattle Wash scholar walks across Freedom Bridge in Hong Kong with A L Gordon Crown Colony police officer He was one of two Americans re leased by the Chinese Commu nists lone Heading for Mainland MIAMI UP Hurricane lone 2 that a final settlement ofjits winds up to Germanys frontiers must await miles an hour the peace treaty The Russians declared through Tass that Adenauer has no more to say about Germanys final borders than East Germany They also pointed out that the East Ger mans already had signed away prewar German territory east of the OderNeisse Line to Poland and Russia Tass made clear that the eariy stage antimicrobial drugsSoviets do not consider the frontier subject to further dickering celebrated his 80thJBy the time the disease shows up Official circles in Bonn said they months while seven gave a no he hasnt to the inquiry One I think not and another sugi a destructive 90 Friday pounded through the Atlantic in the direc tion of the mainland only 650 miles east of Miami Coastal residents from Florida to North Carolina were cautionedthat the storm might hit somewhere in the area before the weekend has passed Four Injured in Crash of Auto and Bus Accident North of Thornton farm wife was hospitalized and her two sons anc a neighbor youth received exten sive cuts and bruises Friday morn ing when the car in which they were riding collided with a schoo bus onehalf mile north of here Mrs George Lightbody 36 driv er of the car was reported to be in serious condition by Mercy Hos pital officials in Mason City She is suffering from multiple rib frac tures chest injuries and lacera tions about the neck and face Her two sons Bennet 15 and Edward 13 and David Mertz re ceived cuts and bruises but were released from the hospital about noon Friday following treatment According to Cerro Gordo County deputy sheriffs the accident oc curred about when the Thornton school bus driven by Eu gene Jensen 27 crossed highway 107 and the Lightbody car hit it broadside The bus was traveling Erom the west and the car was go ing north No one in the loaded bus was ini Rickett Priest Turn Up 20 Remain in Prison HONG KONG China Fri day released two American civil first of 22 the Commu nists have promised tp free One of the two asserted he was guilty of spying for the United States Released were Walter A Rickett Seattle a Fulbright scholar im prisoned July 25 1951 on espion age charges and the Rev Harold W Rigney 54 Chicago dean of the Roman Catholic Fu Jen Uni versity in Peiping He was arrested on spying and sabotage charges in July 1951 Rickett said after crossing the border into this British crown colony I was engaged in espion age work and there was a Korean war I was an agent for the government I collected military Admitted Guilt Ricketts wife Adele when re eased by the Reds last February said she was guilty of spying She praised the Communists highly She reiterated that Friday after icr husband was freed American officials said last spring Mrs Rickett appeared to have been thoroughly brain Rickett is a former Marine Corps language officer who speaks Chinese and Japanese Father Rigney was taken to the RICHARD TENNESON Rather Die Than Stay Tenneson ALDEN Minn II Richard Tenneson 22 says he would rather return to the United States and be executed than stay in Red China He made his statement in a let ter received here Thursday by his mother Portia Howe who made a dramatic but futile flight to the Far East in 1953 in an effort to see her son facetoface and persuade him to come home Mrs Howe received another let ter from her son three days ago saying he had decided to come home Hong Kong Catholic center The Rev Charles H Vath said He In the Not Happy latest letter Tenneson looks terrible you dont under and asked newsmen to give the liberated priest time to wrote that he would be returning to prison or maybe He said he could stay in China and live but be unhappy and never j accomplish rest Father Vath said a news con it isnt that I suddenlv found ference would be held later out that this society is so bad or Rickett was taken to the Gloujthat I really have been cester Hotel in downtown HongjTenneson wrote It takes good people strong We have waited four years and people people with an iron de three months for this said Father Rigney He wore an open nightshirt and a crew cut He was in good health Both talked briefly at the border with Richard Tornlin American Red Cross representative and a reporter permitted into the area as a representative for all news agen nese and American Red Cross 15 Days I havent been speaking English he said termination to work out what I started Im sorry to say I havent got it I thought I had but I find I havent v Tenneson said he was coming home because people will learn from Stand Trial Referring to his job in a Chinese cies Rickett praisedboth the Chifactory he said I wish to give it up for a possible firing squad in a couple of months It might not take that Tenneson wrote his mother we jured in the mishap The Wilcoxi He said he confessed to espionjboth know that I must stand trial ambulance from Clear Lake took the injured to the hospital Attempt to Rescue Uranium Miners i GEORGETOWN Colo IS The years ninth tropical storm Bureau of Mines experts joined was by far the most serious threat more than 100 volunteer rescue of the two hurricanes on the prowl at the moment Hilda hit the Yuca tan peninsula this morning but workers Friday in desperate ef age 15 days after he was arrested July 25 months after the start of the Korean War I col lected the information and I was he said in a low steady voice Rickett wore gray slacks and a graybrown shirt his hair was un tidy but he was clean shaven He carried a small shaving kit During his news conference one either civil or military although the charges cannot be other than false 1 am set to fight the trial I have no illusions of winning but 1 only mean to expose certain He did not elaborate what these certain things were Mrs Howe said she was puz zled by her sons trend of thoughts in the letter but still considers his reporter asked Rickett Are you decision an answer to all our convinced we the United States birthday a healthy buoyant exj in a chest Xray chances for wipl had anticipated this Russian rewinds scarcely of hurricane i of the chain of storesjing out all of the germs h a v election to Adenauers claims They gested that Hoegh hit a low with his budget message but has been gaining However in spite of that re action 12 of the publishers said they feel the governor will be re elected next November three said he wouldnot be reelected two1 said they were not certain and five did not respond to this question j thus leaving a feeling of some doubt in their minds Another said Hoegh has a 5050 chance for reelection that bear his name diminished Rodney Brodie Feted on Fourth Birthday CHICAGO o d n e y Dee Brodie first headjoined Siamese twin to survive separation cele brated his fourth birthday Friday Rodney is as excited as can nurses and doctors at the Il linois Research and Educational Hospital said The boys parents Mr and Mrs Royt Brodie of Fer ris will help Rodney cele brate THE DEPENDABLE TYPE PHOENIX Ariz CD The city fired one of its laborers claiming he failed to show up for work The laborer appealed the dismissal to the City Civil Service Board and board agreed to hear him Thursday He failed to show up CIA Lima left and Theodore Hoi lie both citizens view negatives in their Darmstadt Germany apartment after charging the Central Intelli gence Agency with gross The two said they had infiltrated the Communist spy network in Europe but that the CIA refused to hire them or accept data they acquired said the Chancellor had put the points on record so it would not appear he was surrendering the German position on unity and set tlement of the frontiers to gain other points Danish Ambassador Honored at Dinner KIMBALLTON Kauffman Danish ambassador to the ate a duck dinner Thurs day night in a celebration at the countrys largest Danish settle ment Iowa Gov Leo Hoegh and Congressman Ben Jensen both with Danish ancestors were on hand as 30cooks prepared a ban quet dinner that also included medisterpolse a hot Danish sausage Hoegh was born at Elk Horn and Jensen at Exira both nearby towns SAME DATEW4444 Bluck Uc traffic tot M fucaforts to rescue two Kansas uranused bacteriological warfare j prospectors trapped in an an l Rickett rej Schleswiq Girl Dies orce I dent mine shaft plied I know that Chinese inter 3 rogation is very fair and I am Ot DUIDQr PollO Ipne was headed in a westj Believed dead from lack of ox northwesterly direction at 12 mfles ygen more than feet inside an hour Its power had built up fog mused shaft near heTe were gradually during the last two days 60 to 70 to SO and by noon Friday to 90 miles an hour HURRAH LOS ANGELES Califor nia and Santa produce more than onefourth of all the lemons grown in the world Glenn Dew 33 and Melvin Le Blow 45 Ylysses farmers The two were last seen about Friday when they fol lowed their Geiger counters under the rotted timbers supporting the old mine tunnel about 35 miles west of Denver Two companions who stayed back as a precaution escaped entrapment Wallace Praises Eisenhowers Plan of Mutual Air Inspection DES MOINES UP Former Vice President Henry A Wallace Thursday praised President Ei senhowers proposal for mutual RussianAmerican aerial inspec tion He termed it a practical first step toward world peace Thurs day Addressing the Des Moines Ro tary Club Wallace 66 said the eventual goal should be world wide continuous inspection and and ending of the international trade in But he cautioned until the necessary agreements are made to protect us thoroughly the United States should not give up its throughout the world and its activity in development of the Hbomb and Wallace who served as secre vinced the United States used bac teria warfare and the United SIOUX CITY Sailer States has never denied it From the American military point of view whatever weapons you need to win a war you Ricketts statement that the United States has never denied use of bacteriological warfare is not correct The United States repeat edly denied the charges and sought an airing in the United Nations where a majority of the p o w e r s agreed there was no evidence to substantiate the Communist accu sations 11yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Sailer Schleswig died of bulbar polio at St Josephs Hos pital Friday She was admitted Thursday It was the second polio death to occur at Sioux City this year About Sac City Has High State DES MOINES season is The Weather Mason City Windy warm Iowa Continued warm Minnesota Some showers FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Friday night through next Wed nesday will average 6 to 10 degrees above normal Normal highs 73 north to 77 south Normal lows Each succeeding day recently hasjday Rainfall will average onehalf seen higher readings than the dayjinch to before showers one inch southeast occurring as Friday night tary of agriculture and secretary turning backward in Iowa so far49 north to 53 south Not so hot of commerce as well as vice as temperatures are concerned Saturday Cooler Monday or Tues president under the late Presi dent Franklin D Roosevelt warned that an even more ex plosive danger than either bomb was the hate of Asians and Af ricans for the white man He said the hate was prompted by overcrowded land and a race antagonism fed by old colonial To meet this problem Wallace said the U S should take a genuinely helpful attitude and realistic measures of coopera The top Thursday was a sumand over state Monday or Tues mertime 101 at Sac City which the high for the nation a couple Globe GazetteS of days straight in July Record readings for the date were set Thursday at Sioux City and Spen and 97 respectively It was 96 in Mason City The outlook for Saturday was for readings in the upper 80s in the northwest but temperatures in the inid90s in the southeast i weather data to 8 a m Fri day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum WARM   

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