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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 17, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                lowtt Doily Ntwspoptr tdlto to fe MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T M I MIWtPAPIt TNAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NII6HIOIS HOME EDITION VOL LXI MAION CITY IOWA SATURDAY SI PTIMUt 17 IMS FafMT CfltMuU Two Soctiotu 294 Tide Swings Sharply to Perons Side Demo Hopes Improve i Prices Wont Affect Votes But Editors Soy Hoegh to Win Out Top Issues Are Cited DON PIERSON lone Bearing By ROBERT HOGAN DES MOINES the Democrats win next years Iowa election contest A poll of Iowa daily newspaper officials taken at the recent annual meeting of the Iowa Daily Press Association seems to indicate they may have a better chance than they have bad in several years The ocwsmen however as of now arc giving the edge to the Republicans While all 23 of these participating IJOWH tn the survey expect Gov Hoegb to1 renomination and reelection 19 said the governor would win the GOP primary and 12 said he would be reelected in November The replies of course are based on present conditions Flat He In response to a question Can the Democrats win the next state eight of the 23 flatly twid while six gave a def inite One other reported they can win but they Awhile two others declared the Demjof the 115mileperhour fury and definitely could not win saw little chance of would make gains in the state and i its changing course GOP Plan Will Work Pierson Raps Comment by Jake More By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES the time the 1956 presidential election rolls f around Republican State man Don Pierson said farm prices will not have any material effect on the He disagreed of course with what Democrat State Chairman Jake More said in another inter Chinese Release 3rd Man Ailing Bishop Also Freed Russians to RODS Hit i Return Base to Finland MOSCOW Bulgan in nid Saturday the Soviet Union hai decided to return Porkkala Military Base near Helsinki to Finland The Russians have held the 151 squaremile enclave under a 50 year lease as a military base since the SovietFinnish armis HONG KONG Continuing their slowmotion turnover of 10J Mmileiong American civilians they had promj ised to release at once the Chi nese Communists sent a third man across the border to freedom Sat urday He was Lawrence R Buol 34 Stockton who arrived at the frontier after five years eight The Reds also released an ailing Italian bishop who said he had AP Wirepboto Coast of U S Eastern Coast Gets Full Alert MIAMI UP lones growing turbulance in the Atlantic Saturday roared dangerously near fte battered east coast j iraauu The lower Atlantic seaboard continued The problem reaDy is states were directly in the path a camover of 20 years ol failure view last week More said the Democrats would ride the farm price issue to victory in 1956 We are all concerned about the farmer not sharing in the nations Pierson began in an severing the same question as was put to More The question Do you think farm prices will be much of an issue in the 1956 pres idential election in Iowa Old Problem But I am confident that the Republican administration is very much on top of this problem and will solve it adequately Pierson still another believes they will win in Iowa if the party wins nationally The big hurricane still growing in both size and intensity was 450 Four opined that the Democrats miles out churning shoreward at probably might win and another registered himself as 14 miles per hour The Miami weather bureau spread an alert The Democrat candidates for I from central Florida to North Car by the Democrats to the problem REUNITED AFTER 5 Buol Stockton and his wife smile happily at Hong Kong Saturday after he was freed by the Chinese Reds after five years Mrs Buol flew to Hong Kong last week when she heaid the Communists were going to free all prisoners NIXON DEFENDS GOP Nothing Wrong With farm Plan been a prisoner in Communist China since 1951 Treated Badly Ruol former operations officer for the Americanowned Civil Air Transport was in high spirits Hej told welcoming American and Briti ish officials that his years of coni ELnement had not been too rough physically but morally I was treated Buol immediately asked about tris wife Sue who has been keeping an anxious vigil in Hong Kong ever since word arrived that he was to be freed He also sent a telegram to his family hailing his release as the happiest day of my I want to express my thanks and appreciation to southwest ef Helsinki was con firmed in the treaty of After the Finnish Soviet war of 193MO the Russians took Hango Peninsula en the Baltic south west of Porkkala under 30year lease as a base but swapped Hanao in 1944 for Porkkala A Finnish delegation heeded by President Juno K Paasikivi and Premier Urho Kekkonen came to 2 Areas Navy Base Is Key Point BUENOS AIRES A loyal to President Peron I claimed Saturday to have crushed I two major rebel strongholds in predawn battles and said a strong force was at the gates of a third jThe tide thus appeared to be swing ling sharply to the side of Argen tinas strongman in the bloodiest rebellion he has faced in nine years of power The key points reported seized by the Loyalist forces are the big naval base at Rio Santiago in Southern Argentina and the army beck jpost at Curuzu Cuatia in Entre k t0 try to iRios Province about 325 mile jnorth 0 Buenos A few hours later the proPeron iwar machine was reported to have rolled up to the gates of rebel held Cordoba strategic city of in Central Argentina 400 imiles northwest of Buenos Aires land demanded that the insurgents surrender Davenport Man Knife Attack Charles Bowden Bled to Death j Key Points j The Loyalist forces which threatened a powerful attack were j identified as the 4th Infantry Regi ment and the 3rd Antiaircraft i Group which had sped to the key Uu DAVENPORT WCfaailes from Santa Fe barracks in large and small who contributed1 den 63 was found dead of an ap4a army trucks Other Loyalist towards the amelioration of condiParent stabbing or beating also were reported converg tions and to afl those responsible Saturday and police investigation oathe rebel command for my release he said jturned in part of two pair of dice Another crucial encounter which Happilv chewing gum Buol worelfound in his pockets would play a big part in determin a sports shirt and faded tnce Vera Baugh Bowden 54 of the rebellzoa pants He said he had the attack occurred after oust Peron the Eisenhower administration will continue to work on the problem I feel that come election time it will not have any material affect on the outcome of the election It seems to me the fanner fully realizes it is not an easy problem WABASH Ind President Richard M Nixon Saturday30 pounds during his ordeal butj couple had visited a Rock defended the administrations farm program as basically andjlooked fairly fit jDltavern Friday night She to solve their situation over night promised further government efforts to bolster sagging farm income In a speech delivered at the National Plowing Contest here he out lined a long range fivepoint adj farm program It ministration called for governor Three were named witbjolina 17 predicting that Clyde Herring Area Threatened would again seek nomination andj The whirlers movement towardjand put agriculture on a peacej election R M Spike Evans Arithe westnorthwest or northwesttime prosperity rather than on a nolds Park and State Sen Georgejplaced the Carolinas directly in itswartime I A continuation of the flexible I OMalley Des Moines each were path This direction for the mo mentioned once jment relieved a threat to extreme Herring 13 of the newsmen f eel j south FJorida will win the nomination in the The hurricane already had Democrat ranks with one pre dicting an Evans victory didnt report caught a halfdozen ships in the Nine grip of its outer winds the weath Te Be Candidate Asked whether he believes Pres ident Eisenhower wfll seek re election Pierson answered I have all the confidence in the Can Herring defeat Gov Hoegh Ten of those polled reported he cannot while three said yes he can One each reported not likely or doubtful while four said pos sibly and one indicated Herring has a 5050 Three didnt answer er bureau reported but none was will be the Republican candidate pnce support system A bold imaginative pro gram to develop new domestic and foreign markets 3 Increased research to reduce Kerr Blames Ezra Benson Very Weak remained in their parked In contrast the Italian prelatejwhen she went to their in the around the big naval base identified as Bishop Alphonse Fer Later she said she found him is of Buenos WASHINGTON Sen Kerr DOkla said Saturday Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson should roni was so weak he had to be bleeding profusely in a hallway carried across the Schumchun the rear of the apartment ment d more a River border I Bled to Death 800 troop reinforcements to the 1 hT fy A physician summoned by Corlscene to back up the 5th Infantrv in his right mind should want Paul Froeschel said BowdenRegiment in the Pimta Alta sector go back there Ferroni said moiapparentlv bled from Alta is a city of mid farm costs and increased use removed from office because he agricultural products 4 Continuation of soil conserva tion and similar programs jis directly responsible for the continuing decline in farm income Kerr made plain in an interview believed in immediate danger One in 1936 and that he will be elected 5A ship reported it was riding inibv an overwhelmine ment to 5 A program of rural develop Topped Herring In the 1953 elections Hoegh polled wmds votes to top Herrings 255 by votes the closest marJ gin in many years rough seas with winds up to 50 miles perhour Tones forerunner hurricane Hilda swept across the Yucatan Peninsula in Central America whipping the sparsely settled jungles with 75mile per hour overwhelming majority Then Pierson was asked who the Democratic presidential nominee wfll be To that he replied It doesnt make any difference to me who he will be Well beat More had said he didnt know aid marginal farmers that he does not think President Eisenhower will fire Benson long China in the direction of Redtseries of deep head wounds A between Puerto Belgrano and The prelate said six or seven Americans had boarded his train at Hankow and probably were now in Canton 80 miles from Hong Kong wood chisel was found near thelBahia Blanca body A rebel broadcast heard in Mon Detectives said they discounted tevideo Uraguay said all of Bahia robbery as a motive because SlSOtBlanca was in insurgent hands and was found on Bowden They saiddenied that Loyalist forces were i they were attempting to tracemarching on Puerto Belgrano It Buols release earnest 24 hoursBowdens source of income andsaid rebe planes after the arrival of two whether President Eisenhower natioDal incorae Regain Strength iwould run again but that he wasi The weather bureau warned on a Democratic can i advisory that Hilda a killer j More added that his partys nomj earlier this week when it crossedinee probably would be either New The vice president expressed confidence that such a program will but he promised that the administration also wfll ex plore every possible program to stop tie drop in farm prices and give farmers a larger share of the a prime criticism target of Democratic AmericansWalter A Rickett of j Seattle a Fulbright scholar and i his last known activities inone of the troop movements an TT was suu vague police saw The senator said Bensons Revr Harold WRigney of Chisajd they werg summoned at moval would require a political Democratic in next years presidential election which Kerr said is the only hope for the nations farmers i cago Roman Catholic educator Both had been held since 1951 20 Injured Slightly The time element in the death nounced by the government was still vague police said Theyi ThfM pianes The broadcast also claimed the was steaming to but that as nearly as they could determine Mrs Bowden tried for about two hours to stem the flow of blood Plan Autopsy ward Buenos Aires completely identified with the revolutionary It added that three i loyal planes which had headed for sitlago on a bombing could defeat any h can otter s sr Cuba likely would regainlYork Gov Averell Harriman or Kerr declared Benson is still m Cable Car Crash i Payinghop skip and jump nuu Vu o uvmuiug HUSSIVH farmers ofthc welfare of the American farm SAN FRANCISCO Coroner Jroeschle said an autopsy iwent to Cordoba to join ers and is to were injured Friday nightijould e conducted to rebels ithe farmers into thinking theyre jwhen one of San Franciscos anj I MajGen Frankiin Lucero Pe a halfdozen said yes and four responded with Three arent certain The newspapermen are very sure about the issues looming for next years contests Taxes including the sales tax was picked by 16 as a major issue for the 56 campaign while nine declared highways and eight named reapportionment Liquor was listed next in order being named by halfdozen and then came farm including incomes and schools labor andj lafety Same Istuei tensity over the Gulf of Hurricane lone was feared likely to bring high winds dangerous tides and heavy rain to parts of the mainland this weekend unless it turns sharply Forecaster Paul Moore of the Miami weather bureau said such a change ap peared Sen Esies Kefauver of Ten nessee disaster threatens our farmers orjweu Off as hes been douig cable cars jammed with 60J Police said Mrs Bowden ap Truck Misses Bridge Arizona Man Killed DENISON Arnold J4l Clemenceau was killed Hoegh Plans to Meet riie Public DES MOIKES Leo A Hoegh will begin a series of meet the public conferences at Missouri Valley Sept 26 to talk with persons who have problems suggestions or they want to tell him Hoegh announced his plan Fri near here early Saturday when He said he plans to visit each In reporting their beliefs on what pickup truck missed a bridge andcongressional district Missouri they expect to be the major CamIPluilSed down a Highway 30 emj Valley is in the 7th district paign issues one publisher said he apj He said he hopes to talk person The same as for the last dozed at the wheel Thejally with any Iowa citizen who any other segment of American Nixon said Nixon conceded that farmers have been caught in a costprice squeeze but he said that there is no farm depression and the na tions agricultural basically economy is passengers plunged out of control jParently in shock was incoherent for three blocks down steep Nob at times during the questioning years The senator was commenting onjfor three blocks down steep Nob Hill and heeled over on a sharp curve Bensons news conference state ment late Friday that the farm situation is a real problem but onej However police said none of the which the Eisenhower administravictims was badly injured AH tion inherited from previous Demojwere treated for cuts and bruises cratic regimes land sent home years Another said Taxes the in crease in sales and gasoline as well as suggestions of the tax Two others reported the major issue would be Gov Hoegh himself while one person declared his be lief that the King Leo term would be an issue often heard This same person reported that Hoeghs best votegetter will be Iowas accelerated road body was not found until some time after the crash About The Weather Mason City Clear hot Continued hot Minoeiota Showers cooler 1 VJJUUB vraicue Weather Data iip ON DUTY MOINES UP Atty Gen Dayton Countryman leaves Sunday for weeks reserve training at Offutl Air Force Base Omaha his office announced Friday Globe Gazette HOT to 8 Satur day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 94 71 76 61 wishes an opportunity to share bis interest in government with the states chief Teller Charged in Shortage DES MOINES UP Robert Owen Vernon 24 Des Moines was charged Friday with embezzling while a teller at the Des Moines Savings Loan Assn Atty Robert J Spayde filed the charge Vernon appeared vol untarily before Commissioner E E Poston and waived prelim inary hearing Vernon was released under bond Spayde said the money was taken between Aug 12 and Aug 26 Bowdens body was found lying on its back and a quantity of blood soaked paper was scattered in the hallway Kansas Man Hurt rons commander of said there was tranquility in the country except at the isolated rebelheld points He said thera were only two key points of insur gent resistance left Cordoba and Puerto Belgrano The state radio said the 5th In fantry Regiment was in Bahia Blanca awaiting important rein forcements to attack the insur nit DV TrOin gents Rebel forces claimed Friday they had captured Bahia Blanca at Northwood A man tentatively identified a5iwhich apparently had supported Frank McGatiin Barnes rebel sidetook refuge across was struck Friday night by a broad Rio de la plata al at Ncrthwood according to a ports port given Mercy Hospital authorii The government broadcast jties He suffered a severe skullclaimed the was running in i fracture and was considered Loyalists favor at all points jdanger Saturday morning i mentioned j The man a member of a jroad labor crew was lying on the railroad tracks and apparently sleeping when the train arrived A jNorthwood ambulance brought the J man to Mercy Hospital at j The Worth County sheriff and railroad officials are investigating the mishap according to a report from Northwood Details of the ac cident are not yet known and the man has not been positively iden tified FIRST KOREANS and Mrs Chun Sung Kook and heir three children are greeted at West Lebanon N after their arrival first Korean fam ily to come to the under the 1953 Refugee Relief Act Welcoming them are Mr and Airs Sidney Hay ward who have found Chung employment at Dartmouth College NEW CHAMP WABASH Ind Holmes Waldorf Friday won the national contour plowing championship by a single point Holmes defeated Kenneth Clark Cherokee Iowa 7372 10WAN HONORED TOKYO LPrLena G Daugherty 64 Bedford Iowa has been hon ored by the Japanese for 35 years of work as an English instructor at the Joshigakuen schools   

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