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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Ntrtfi ItWt Doily Ntwspopcr MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWtFAUt THAT M A It I S ALL NORTH I O WANS NIICHIOtS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Pnw CUM riwi Wtow a MASON CITY IOWA TUIIDAY StPTIMIIR IMS TWi Paper CmuuU ol OM Hurricane Sweeps Out to Sea Most of Coast Is Spared Virginia Carolina Hit Hard Heavy Loss Is Counted NORFOLK Va cane lone Tuesday swept well out to sea and the Weather Bureau the East Coast was out of danger barring a sudden and rad ical change of course A special bulletin issued by the Washington Weather Bureau said the storm was moving eastward1 from the It was cen tered about 200 miles east of Nor folk Conrad P Mook meteorologist in charge of the emergency warn ing center in Washington told re porters that it would take a radi cal change of course within the next two or three hours for lone to present any threat whatever to the East Coast Even that theo retical threat should be erased by late afternoon if t h e storm con tinues on its present course he said Lower All Wtmingt The Weather Bureau lowered all hurricane warnings along the coast I lone had lost most of Us punch before it put out to sea But fore swerving during the night struck savagely through North Carolina and Virginia coastal areas leaving at dead tens of millions of dollars of damage in its wake For anxious hours it appeared j that the storm which packed 100 mile hour winds as it came ashore would continue its destruc the East Coast WRECKAGE LITTERS Two hardy residents of New Bern N AP Wirephoto venture out on to the streets Tuesday to survey some of the damage caused by Hurricane lone Planks from houses torn about by the wind and tree limbs litter the pavement already half choked with rain Peron Heading for Exile in Paraguay From Our Wire Services BUENOS AIRES Argentina President Juan D Peron ousted by a successful revolt against his nineyear rule as dictator Tues day headed for exile in Paraguay The Paraguayan ambassador to Argentina escorted Peron aboard Paraguayan Ambassador Juanlpersonal comfort because of lack the gunboat Paraguay The former president left to go into exile even as leaders of the revolt negotiated with a 13man military committee to restore peace to this country Chaves accompanied Peron onof adequate facilities on board Defend Road Widening Immediately Needed Phase Only Lundy AMES UB highway wi dening program is merely im mediatelyneeded phase of in overall plan for Heavflv populated New York wd mabg s roas moet Southern New England traffic needs the SUte Alerted to s tan d by for a hard Highway Commission said Tues blow But the anticipated worst never eame lone after churning around off Norfolk most of the sight set off almost due east toward the day Russell Lundy commission chairman and Robert Beck com mission member told an I o w a i Good Roads Assn delegation that at nearby Hampton Roads escaped with comparatively little damage Wtndt Drop By early Tuesday the highest i winds near the center of the storm j four The commission members made the following points The widening program will be into 1956 on a basis ofi were reported to be down to 60 orlfeasibmt and need as bv 70 miles an hourbelow full burnUje traffic CQUnt cane velocity 2 widening of pavement width As lone smashed into Virginia will be followed by wideniBg of during the night many areas and finally by resur 300 Officers Hunt 3DayOld Kidnaped From Hospital SAN FRANCISCO j MO policemen tearched hwtMbrtwuu through 44 block area for doc MKI wit kidneped from Mr Zran ptol child J U HM twttthy t Mn Dr Mrs taburban Daly City Ht taken fUu tnclwcd nurMry M n d y afttnwMi prtoumaMy by untidy hid by Ltttit 21 student Hunt Missing Boy in Sioux City Vicinity Witnesses Summoned at Trial SUMNER Miss The state summoned 13 witnesses Tuesday in the trial of two white men ac cused of murdering a 14yearold Chicago Negro youth for allegedly insulting a white woman The witnesses included Mamiej Bradley 44 Chicago the mother of the slain Emmett Louis Till Witnesses included four other Negroes State and defense attorneys com pleted selection of a jury includ ing a 13th man to act as alter nate in event any of the regular jurors becomes ill Hwr Evidence board the gunboat Then he re turned ashore in Buenos Aires He returned to the vessel later with food and other supplies for Perons Dictators Days Were Numbered By FRED L STROZIER MONTEVIDEO Uruguay great structure of power tighten their control on Buenos Juan D Peron erected to prolongAires after rebel reports that the a decade of dictatorship over thejsixmillionmember General Fed Ines of 19 million Argentines hasjeration of Labor back crumbled about his ears jbone of Perons popular DINGELL DIES Dingell Michigan AP Wirephoto Rep John Democrat SIOUX CITY werei D case against Roy Bryant 24 and searching Tuesday for Donald halfbrother 36yearold J W Wade Hollister 11 missing from Milam The men are accused of died unexpectedly Monday night at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington Dingell 61 was a top figure in many political They will hear evidence in the matters particularly tax legisla Chicago and North Western to Drop Western Rail Link vl UJ CHICAGO A The Chicagoto flooded roads were blocked trees facing Of yje entire widened highOmaha rail link for through pas anrf of nprsons leannav uprooted and hundreds of persons were forced to flee their homes waj senger senice to the West Coast addition to widening Union Pacific and Southern his South Sioux City home since Monday The boy son of Mrs Mildred Joyce Hollister was last seen by an aunt Mrs Wilbur Thorson here She said he left about p presumably to go home but he never arrived there Mrs Hollister said a schoolmate of Donald had admitted the boy played hookey from school Mon day afternoon Police said they believed Donald may have started out to visit his father Arnold Hollister who lives in Omaha The father arrived in Sioux City early Tuesday to help in the search Police said the boy may have been enroute to Omaha at the time the father was coming to Sioux City man stood besideher chair and looked around before taking their seats Bryant and Milam wore sports shirts in the hot muggy court room Each had his two sons and Miss Dorothy Middleton In high tides shoved er improvement and correction1 Pacific lines will be taken overl B t d Into Kent Narrows on Chesapeake work is gomg On constantly Nov 1 by the of Tf Bay forcing 200 fishermen and A ct aiajiug ctr tgo 01 Ji St Paul and Pacific Railroad iarge grading program pro their families to leave their homes by the commission for 1956j T06 Chicago and North Western Baltimore port authorities probably be the largest since unable to take care of all ships the old highway bond days seeking refuge and some had to be sent in Chesapeake Bay to ride it out Lundy in commenting on a pre sentation made by John Coverdale Waterloo and Charles T Cownie Railway which now handles this traffic and the two Western car riers Tuesday announced termina tion of their 75yearold arrange ment on ChicagoWest Coast pas A dozen or more coastal townsDCS Moines for the Iowa Goodsenger senice effective Oct 30 In the northern portion of NorthR0ads said a balanced Announcement came from A E Carolina were flooded or oUienvisejprogram is the commission Union Pacific president tion murdering Till and throwing his weighted body in the Tallahatchie River because the lad allegedly wolfwhistled at Mrs Bryant The state is expected to call Mose Wright uncle of the slain boy as its first witness Mrs Bradley arrived Tuesday tin the repatriation of 41 to testify as a state witness from Communist China Bradleys father and another Negro neared completion Tuesday with Reds Release Two Women HOVG KONG first stage The gunboat which had been undergoing repairs in Buenos Aires was expected to sail momentarily A diplomatic source said that j former Army Minister Gen Frank lin Lucero had taken refuge in the Uruguayan Embassy here The sources said judicially j Perons status aboarfl the Para guay which is a foreign ship was the same as taking asylum in a foreign embassy The quarters said the warship is considered extrater ritorial ground under the terms of international law A terse official announcement said negotiations on pacification have begun The 13man committee declared the daya holiday and urged the nation to remain calm The generals also moved rapidly The weight of enmities earned through progressive domination of is planning a general strike With such a strike Argentine labor re the nations traditional institutions turned Peron to power in 1945 proved too heavy a liability for hisafter a military clique had jailed wlitical machine to support him His fight with the Roman Catho ic Church started him on the final road to downfall A split in the army pushed him to an ignomini ous resignation But his defeat per haps could be credited to many other elements who had felt the power of his wrath Peron created the greatest one man power known in Argentina in more than a the Rebel Radio The rebel radio at Bahia Blanca 325 miles southwest of Buenos Aires said the CGT is preparing secretly under the inspiration of Peron a general revolutionary strike to restore the tyrant be traying all The junta did not say where the peace talks with the rebels are taking place when they started or downfall of the tyrant Juan Manuelwho is representing the rebelsPfe Rosas in 1852 Peron came to his viously the commander of the rebel peak from a minor role in a milijfleet Adm Isaac Rojas had been planning to enter Buenos tary revolution that seized the Ar gentine government June 4 1943 First Conquest s was in th Aires Harbor Monday night aboard the cruiser La Argentina for the field of union labor where he won The army commander in chief the release of two American wom en missionaries after years imprisonment The women were Miss Sarah Perkins 63 a native of TennOle side him as he did Monday Became Restless The children became restless wandered about the courtroom climbed on and off chairs More working class backing with gener ous social laws It was only a short step to undisputed control of all organized workers and the ruth less destruction of unions that i 11 t to hls 34 Cicero 111 Miss Perkins is aj Presbyterian Miss Middleton a Lutheran who worked at a leper colony Of the 10 Americans the Com munists announced would be freed Soon after the workers hoisted him into the presidency in 1946 Peron started a systematic destruc tion of forces opposing him Most than once their parents had tofrom jail or house arrest only Dil 6 Press fell an easy prey to Jimmy Bremmer 8 and the abduction slaying of 2yearold Donna Sue Davis last July they were not rul ing out the possibility of foul play They emphasized however that they have no indication that Don ald had been abducted Mrs Hollister said the boy had stayed with his father in California iff H C Strider handed her a leave their seats to retrieve T Kanady a cotton dealerl During a brief recess Rep Charles C Diggs Negro congress man from Michigans 13th District arrived in the courtroom first we weak newspa to from Houston remained to mthstand He and his supporters bought others outright come across The Reds also have said that 12 other Americans previously denied His sternest press critics rich an Prensa asted T Diggs said he came here as aiexit permits were free to 19Dl jt was dosed ex private citizen and an observer butjCbina and that machinery had Propriated and turned over to declined to say whether he might been set up to provide the s later make a reoort on his observaditious release of 19 others under Through the powers of impeach detention None of these arment and appointment Peron domj ater make a report on his observaj tions to Washington As Mrs Bradley sat down Sherrived yet in the free world Gen Jose Domingo Molina ap peared to be the new leader of the junta which took over the reins of government after Perons resig nation Monday Molina Mentioned Molina was mentioned Tuesday as the junta president whereas previous announcements had list ed only three other members in the group Gen Emilio Forcher commander of interior forces Brig Gen Carlos Wirrth chief o staff and Gen Angel Juan Mani In sweeping changes the junta named leading army men to re place Peron appointees at the head of the nations police forces It was estimated that at least 10 persons were killed and more than 100 injured during Monday in clashes between enraged Peroni Future Program damaged Most were left without electricity or telephone service and with highways washed out or underjis being formulated Lundy said iin Omaha and President Paul a few weeks ago She said subpoena as a witness jthe commission still has to make Town Engulfed iimmediate decisions on its 1956 The little Virginia town of Poqwork We must get the show on uoson was flooded with waters jthe road while we are formulating backed up from tides which ranithe long range While a longrange road program Feucht of the North Western injHollister was in Sioux City Sun day and came to her apartment three to five feet above normal in the Chesapeake Bay State police said roads leading into the town of were impassable and Mayor Chester H Page declared a state of emergency North Carolina Gov Luther H Hodges who witnessed the hurri canes force at Morchead City called it a terrifying experience asked President Eisenhower to Beck said that in addition to a Chicago Feucht said that the North West ern which has been losing money under the through passenger serv ice pact will concentrate on fur ther improvements its freight service with the prospect of sub large grading program for Iowasjstantial gain in its time sched primary road system the sion also has a large new pave ment program in mind for next year He also said some grading and shoulder work will get under way in 1956 on roads which have been widened Cownie said that in 1905 there DAVENPORT were those who said that for twoty coroners jury He said ChicagoOmaha passen ger service will be continued State Youths Death Ruled Negligence Scott coun ruled Monday declare the affected section of hisor more generations Iowa wouldthat negligence and drinking were state a disaster area E a s t ernnever need anything more thancontributable causes in the death North Carolina suffered 100 milliondirt roads He recalled that whenof Wayne Sindt 17 Montpelier in dollars property damage highway bond issue was passedjan auto accident last Friday from and 1929 GovJohn Hammill was Donald Stradt 19 Davenport I quoted as saying we can now was arrested by the Iowa High Defense sources said attorney i for Bryant and Milam expect toi where he threatened to take Dontry to establish that Mrs Bryant aid back to California with him was assaulted by the Negro boyl She said with her since AII About The Weather Mason City Windy rain Iowa Showers cooler Minnesota Cloudy showers SHOWERS Globe Gazette leather data up to 8 a m Tues day Maximum 80 Minimum 45 At 8 a m 63 Prec Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 80 Minimum 48 consider our primary road prob lem Even as late as the time of the 1948 Highway Study Committee re port Cownie said some experts way Patrol and op erating a motor vehicle while in toxicated and having no drivers license Stradt refused to testify where he and Sindt purchased scv concluded that except for a fewjeral cans of beer officers said they short stretches rural Iowa would found in and near the car after the never need more than a good two lane highway BULLETIN UNITED NATIONS N Y Soviet Foreign Minister V M accident Irish Schwandt Get State Fraternal Posts DUBUQUE T Irish Des Moines was elected grand master of the Grand Council of no court deci s i o n went against the Presidents k n own wishes MOUNT HAMlLL manlOnce wealthy was killed and three others in landowners felt jured in the collision of a car heavy hand inated Argentinas judges from supreme court down For yearsdownfall stas with and police and soldiers or groups celebrating Peroni South State Crash Fatal to lowan a beer truck at a country road in tersection near this tiny Lee Coun ty town Monday The Lee County sheriffs office at Fort Madison identified the dead man Houghton as Clarence Lampe of g o vernment controls Great fortunes were wrecked through controls of agri Despite a heavy downpour cele brators paraded along Cordoba waving Argentine flags and white handkerchiefs and shouting Long live PERON The three injured were taken to a Fort Madison hospital by ambu lance They were identified as T A Sullivan Burlington driver ofi the truck Merle Thrasher andi Clem Tavis Mount Hamili cultural prices and other legal de vices The wealthy known in Per onista jargon as oligarchs1 and were prime tar gets Wounds Received in Neighborhood Scuffle Are Fatal CENTERVILLE UP Eugene Barger 31 Centerville died Mon day of bullet wounds suffered in an argument with an elderly neigh bor about a drink of whisky Many Crisis j Police said Barger was shot last Opposition to Peron brought Wednesday by John Peterson 82 crisis Frequently his police Molotov called upon the Royal and General Assembly to contribute Monday at a meeting at the Du to the improving international jbuque Masonic Temple atmosphere by setting Red Walter R Schwandt Mason City in the world organization i was named deputy grand master de Kauffman Danish ambas sador to the United States visits with Hans Tofte Mason City whom he first met 25 years ago in Peking China His Excellency was then minister from Denmark to China and Tofte was starting a career with the Danish East Asiatic Co They flew back to Denmark together May 11 1915 after the liberation from the Nazis Tofte then was in Army uniform and helped to provide the plane to carry his friend from England to Copenhagen Story P Anostasio Retains His Citizenship Centerville Peterson died of a reported the discovery of attack Thursday while the i against his life and widespread I county attorney was questioning arrests always followed Peron quelled a brief military him about the shooting Barger told police he had gone uprising Sept 28 1951 A year andjto elderly mans house and PHILADELPHIA UP Albert a half later terrorists trying to unasked him for a drink of whisky Anastasia reputed former lordidermine his power staged a series Peterson told police he thought high executioner of Murder Tuesday retained his U S citizen ship on the basis of a Circuit Court ruling that reversed the decision of a lower court of bombings By the arrests of hunBarger was trying to poison him dreds of political opponents Peron reestablished himself more strong ly than ever Late in 1954 Peron appeared The U S 3rd Circuit Court ofUirmly seated in the presidency Appeals held in a 21 no opposition in sight The that Anastasia had not resorted toinew clouds on his political horizon fraud in obtaining his citizenship which was taken from him by U S District Court Judge William F seemed to offer no threat At this point Peron became enraged by an incipient movement to organ so went into the house and got a 32 caliber revolver and shot the younger man twice Smith Newark N in April ofjize Roman Catholics in a new 1954 The government at that Democratic Party charged Anastasia entered thej Accustomed to frighten or crush country illegally and concealed ajthoje who opposed him Peron number of arrests in his applicailaunched violent attacks againstl tion for naturalization papers in the Catholic clergy calling thorn hidden enemies I SAME DATE lit trrrta hi   

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