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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper EcllM far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEI6HIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AuocUtvd Prew and failed Pntf Full Lcaw CcMt Copy MASON CITY IOWA WIDNISDAY SEPTf M1ER 21 IMS CotKliia Two OM Rebs Win Complete Victory Lonordi Is New Leader BULLETIN NEW YORK if A Mutual Broadcasting System eorrttpood tnt in Airti rtportod Wtdrwsdiy that Juan D is new in Ht taid Ptron was taken off Para guayan gunboat ht took rtfugt Tutsday BUENOS AIRES rebel forces Wednesday won a peace apparently with unconditional from the loyalist followers of Juan D Peron The rebels established Maj Gen Eduardo Lonardi as provisional temporary president of the na ion A brief communique did not dis close Perons fate but the rebels W Milam Wednesday and said in their fourday revolt gave as There he identifying him as one of their conditions of surrender one man who abducted the sharethe handing over of the man who croppers nephew in the early ruled Argentina for a decade The morning hours Aug 28 jlast authoritative information had Then the 64yearold farmer jhim aboard a Paraguayan gunboat pointed out Roy Bryant 24 Miin Buenos Aires Harbor MOSE WRIGHT Negro Boys Uncle in Testimony S U M N E R Miss WVM o s e Wright pointed a knobby finger at lams halfbrother as the second man who roused the Wright fam dy from bed at 2 and took Emmett Louis Till away Complrtt Accord communitjue read over radio sajd t d reached complete accord and Bryant and Milam are accused the forces had of murdering the 14yearold Chi cago Negro boy because he al the points stipulated by the rebels The rebels had announced before Six Wimttttt Testimony began shortly after Chatham said he had six new wit nesses who would place the de fendants with the Negro boy sev eral hours after he was taken from legedly whistled at Mrs Bryant j negolialioris began Dist Atty Gerald Chatham called would acc t onl an Wright as the states first witness Lonardi 59 formerly commanded Argentinas 1st Army Peron re tired him in 1951 on suspicion of plotting against the government Again in 1952 Lonardi was men AP Wirephoto SCENE OF FATAL walls and wreckage of one of the four New York frame rooming houses gives evidence of the fury of Tuesdays winddriven fire in which eight persons died The scene is just a few blocks from the famed Coney Island resort 8 Dead 75 Hurt in House Fires NEW YORK flames swept through four frame rooming houses near New Yorks famed Coney Island Amusement Park early Wednesday and eight persons perished Fifteen others several rescued in dramatic action by firemen Governor Defends Highway Program Explains Widening Policies Contractors Answered AFTER I960 THEN WHAT Far Ahead in Atom Race DES MOINES Si Gov Leo Hoegh declared Wednesday I would defend the State Highway tommission programs any His remark at his news confer ence followed by one day differ ences voiced by contractors at a commission meeting in Ames con cerning the program for widening primary highways The governor appointed four of the five members of the present commission The question is Hoegh said Is it better to have 165 miles of primary highway wi dened resurfaced and shoulders built or is it better to have 600 i miles widened so that the people will have some degree of safety WASHINGTON States military chiefs have decided that this country holds a sound lead over Russia in the atomic arms race and can maintain it until I960 They are not at all sure what will happen after that As a result informants said Wednesday the finding of ways to prolong this countrys superior ity in design and production of nuclear weapons including longrange rocket missiles has become a major project The White House the State and Defense depart ments and other government agencies are at work on it A report recently completed for President Eisen hower by Dr James R Killian president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is now in the hands of Eisenhowers scientific advisers The President himself will study it later It is con cerned with methods of mobilizing the nations scientific resources for use in the event of an no part of the topsecret document has been made public it is understood that it deals with the whole field of research and weapons It ranges from the problem of Russias increasing turnout of young scientists and engineers to main taining the lead in producing intercontinental missiles At the present time a kind of atomic stalemate already exists between the worlds two greatest powers What the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Eisenhowers leading scientific advisers are reported to fear most is the possibility that sometime by or after 1960 the Soviets might develop a new weapon which would give them for a time a clear advan tage over the United States This would break the stalemate and upset the balance of power were injured Primary Irrttrtst Just talk to the people and Mose Wrights He also prisoner in an alleged plot against said the witness would place thejthe Peron dictatorship Gunfire sounded in Buenos Aires tioned in a group reported established accused men in the area where Tills body was pulled from the Tallahatchie River Chatham said the witnesses have absolutely newly discovered evi dence but did not elaborate fur ther As the men left the house said Wright one of them warned him the injured were men and women ranging from 33 to 80 The blaze broke out only two only a few hours before the peace hours after another fire in a bath was announced Tank guns blasted house on the Coney Island boafd apart the main headquarters of walk seven blocks away The coin not to cause any trouble or youll quarters never live to be Wright said his wife left her bed at the height of the commotion and one pf the men ordered her to get back in the Alianza Nacionalista Perons strongarm alliance Later secur ity forces were reported to be oc cupying an Alianza branch eight blocks from the smoldering bead J1IC1I W Ktl UdlJL Ul that bed and 1 want to hear those kept the fire from spreading to the nearby home of the independ ent newspaper La Nacion Unoffi cial sources said 15 persons in cluding two women fled from the springs Offered Monty My wife Wright testified she said Well pay Piaci Pact Firemen generally stood by idly as the building went up in flames what ever you want to charge building and werearrested well pay you if you release Wright said the men didnt an swer The from a screened porch as the men Signing of the peace pact was announced in a communique from the junta which took control of loyalistheld areas after Peron fell witness said he watched A from the rebel sta tiin st at Cordoba earlier Wednesday n youll find out that their primary Bodies were burned so badly that the sex of only man and is the Hoegh said Boy we just cant wait on the widening The contractors had urged that widening construction new shoulders and resurfacing of tbp entire widened surface should be done simultaneously Commission Chairman Russell Lundy said the commission will do all three things eventually but is going ahead with widening as a phase by itself due cidence aroused suspicions of au thorities An elderly couple living upstairs over a candy store near by escaped across adjoining roof tops The more tragic fire occurredtopped the nation in cash income Iowa Farmers Again Tops in Incomes WASHINGTON fanners Join Britain in Opposing Debate on Cyprus Question took the boy to a car parked on a gravel road about 50 feet from the porch Its headlights were off Wright then told of watching the car drive away its lights still off He said he never saw the Till boy alive again Proclaimed a provisiffljal national said Lon a r d i about 6 about a block and a half from the boardwalk and about twice that distance from the big Steeplechase Amusement Park It is in a middleclass residential and rooming bouse area heavily populated by persons of Italian extraction Winds which buffeted the New York metropolitan area following passage of Hurricane lone far off shore Tuesday made the firefight ing more difficult It was feared fofa time that the entire block might be levelled All ated for the first six months of 1955 with But this was a drop of more than 100 million dollars below their mid 1954 total Over most of the country farm to the urgent safety Hoegh also answered complaints from some quarters that some of the roads being widened will have to be reconstructed later He said Out of 600 miles scheduled for widening we wfll have to do addi income was down But farmers rejtional work on less than six miles Change in Draft Regulations May Be Forthcoming WASHINGTON The govern ment is considering a change in draft regulations aimed at getting younger men into uniform The proposed change is prompt ed by the rising average age of up to about with the administra military reserve pro is coupled tions newr gram Officials said the proposed to be more lenient with older draftage men being circulated among inter ested agencies for review and comment They said they did not expect early action At present the practice is to draft from the top is to take the oldest men first in the eligible 18226 age group would head it He will take over Thursday in his new post here At the start of the revolution Lonardi in a broadcast had identi fied himself as the leader of the liberating He declared Argentines will not resign them selves to following indefinitely the caprices of a Paved Way to Peace HST were ordered evacul u income ported larger income in 16 Maine New York Pennsylvania Minnesota North Dakota Kansas Delaware Virginia Georgia Flor ida Arkansas Idaho Wyoming Washington Oregon and California The Agriculture Department re Fire apparatus was summoned from a wide section of Brooklyn to battle the blaze for which five alarms were sounded It was brought under control about Disposal Plant Worker Is Killed WATERLOO UP Ray Cor cran 26 Dysart a worker at the Dysart Municipal disposal plant J died Tuesday night of injuries suf sludgc fered when he fell into a pit Monday A fellow worker Dallas Hen nessy tried to pull him out but passed out because of the fumes When Henncssy came to he sum moned aid for Corcran Corcran never regained con sciousness He apparently lost his balance as ho worked on a plat form over the pit authorities said WASHINGTON S Tru man says he believes his admin istration paved the way for pre venting a third Wrorld War for as far ahead as man can It did so the former President contends by making sure of this countrys military strength and by dealing with Soviet giveandtake basis Truman leaves for conjecture the exact language he used in a face toface dressing down he gave Rus sian Foreign Minister V M Molo tcv at the White House on April 23 1945 for failure to carry out Russias Yalta agreements on Po land But he says it was so sharp that Molotov was stung to protest I have never been talked to like that in my Truman recalls he retorted Carry out your agree menls and you wont get talked to like Jonathan Daniels a onetime member of Trumans staff once quoted one of those present as say ing Truman used blunt language unadorned by the polite verbiage of diplomacy and the natural lan guage of a direct politician to men he recognized as politicians The story of the now famous White House session is told in a magazines current issue in the first of five installments of the Truman Comedian Pinky Lee on Way to Recovery After Collapse on TV HOLLYWOOD Comedian Pinky Lee is going to be in valided about one week because of the collapse that terminated his coastlocoast TV show Tuesday but the kids who follow him will see him on film For a while the little comic was thought to have suffered a heart attack when he grasped his throat and called for help The TV cam eras turned away from him and he was led to his dressing room as the studio took over and started a film rolling An examination disclosed no ap parent heart damage and Lees physician said he believed the col lapse was due to overwork ex haustion and nervousness top three states in total for the January June stretch were Iowa California and Illinois with only California show ing a gain Here are the 6month figures for the top 10 states with the mid 1955 totals listed first and mid1954 totals listed second Iowa California Illinois in years to The governor went on to say that the commission has left several high traffic count stretches out of the widening program because of UNITED NATIONS N Y The United States Wednesday announced it would join Britain in opposing a United Nations debate on the future of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus The Cyprus issue was slated to become the center of a major dis pute that threatened to strain Western unity as the General Assemblys committee met to decide upon the agenda for the 60natioii world parliament Greece demanding a plebiscite to decide whether Cyprus should AP Wirephoto NEW PRESIDENTJose Maza of Chile Tuesday was elected president of the 10th session of the U N General Assembly meeting in New York He was unopposed Outline Plans for Major Highways Projects in 56 AMES plans for 18 major highway projects to be in cluded in Iowas 1956 road build work which would have to be doneing program were outlined Tues Soaking Rain Covers State Bj Tfce Frtsi Soaking rains fell over much join the Greeks has put issue up for the agenda Britain opposes the choice and the matter will come to a head in the steering Iowa Tuesday night and early Wednesday as a line of thunder showers moved eastward across the state The bulk of the rain fell where Equally tough decisions remained to be made a spokesman in dicated on the issues of Morocco and Algeria debates on both of which are opposed by France and t was needed most in parched Of Dutchheld west New Guinea southwest Iowa It was the heaviclaimed by Indonesia The spokes man said Washingtons position est rainfall in more than t w o months in parts of southwest Iowa Heaviest rainfall reported was inches at Creston Afton had inches Orient Greenfield Red Oak Winterset Osceola Council Bluffs Woodward Van Meter Atlantic D e s Moines later such as cutting down bills Four Lanes The governor also made refer ence to the call from some per sons for a start on fourlane high ways outside of towns and cities On this he commented Fourlane roads outside cities and towns are going to come There is no doubt about that But they are going to be built on the basis of traffic counts and not on day by the State Highway Comlclarinda i38 Guthrie Center mission Work on all of the pro1 Oakland Perry Albia posals may not be completed 103 and Jefferson and Molotov made his bid for Peiping vear however the rnmmissinn Lamoni Mason City had 65 HO minutes iftor the cnccirm Komr was undecided Bid Sidetracked The Assembly Friday sidetracked for another year the perennial question of seating Red China Overriding objections by Russias Foreign Minister Molotov the As sembly voted 4212 to adopt a motion to shelve the question until 1956 year however the commission said The projects Highway between Mis souri Valley and Woodbine relo cate from Woodbine to Denison widen from Denison to Carroll relocate from Scranton to Grand Junction relocate east of Ogden and south of Boone widen several miles west of Ames rebuild east The Weather Bureau said the scattered showers and thunder storms would continue Wednesday ending in the extreme eastern counties Wednesday night Clear ing skies and cooler weather were expected to follow the rains with temperatures dropping as much as 15 to 20 degrees 112 minutes after the session began in a mild speech contrasting sharp ly with the explosive utterances Soviet delegates have made on the issue in previous assemblies Henry Cabot Lodge who spoke for the United States while Secretary of State Dulles listened announced he would not debate the Texas political Jof Nevada relocate east of Cedar Minnesota Hoegh said he thought that I Highway from Os Wisconsin proposed Davenport to Council Ohio Ne Bluffs toll road would be a big braska ceola to Des Moines Indiana go into a northsouth toll road and Kansas the same reason Hoegh said he recognizes there is a need also for widening should ers and resurfacing but he empha sized that the first need is to widen 18foot pavements to 24feet as a matter of traffic Hoegh estimated it would take about three years to get the criti cal highways The governor also referred to a separate program for hardsurfa cing graveled primary highways and said the commission is spend ing about 10 million dollars on that program this year help in handling eastwest traffic Highway from Moj ville to Ida County line from Ida Countv line to Forti and it would be necessary later SAME BUek traffic In U Hurricane Roars Across Atlantic Shipping Lanes NORFOLK Va cane lone roared across Atlantic shipping lanes far south of Massachusetts and showed signs of dissipating with out returning to land The storm veered off its path toward New York City Tuesday and stayed at sea was not expected to come nearer than 150 miles to Cape Cod Mass While the vicious tempest raged across the sea officials in North Carolina counted six dead and damage totaling 85 million to 100 million dollars from its sav age swipe at coastal lowlands Weathermen said reports from ships showed lone still packed hurricaneforce winds of 75 miles per hour near the center but these maximum winds were ex pected to decrease lones far deadlier sister Hurri cane Hilda had already blown itself out in Mexico after a killing strike in the Tampico area where 99 were known dead hundreds more missing and 600 injured About The Weather Mason City lowi Clearing cool Minntiota Showers windy Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Wed COOl nesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 52 55 65 83 44 i issue But he countered with a brief resolution stating that the Assembly decides not to consider j at its 10th session proposals to ex i elude Nationalist China or to seat ithe Reds Against Motion STUART Iowa UP Maryj Indonesia which abstained last Iowa Woman Dies in Car Accident Dodge relocate between DyersReese 46 Council Bluffs Wednesjyear votedthis time against post day was killed and her mother andjponement Others voting against sister injured when their car hit the motion were Burma White Russia Czechoslovakia Denmark India Norway Poland Sweden the Soviet Ukraine the Soviet ville and Dubuque partial reloca tion around Waterloo Highway 75 Relocate from Council Bluffs to Missouri Valley Highway 34 Relocate from Pleasant to Jefferson County line West Liberty Boy Killed Under Truck WEST LIBERTY tD Dennis Schwarz 4 son of Mr and Mrs Victor Schwarz West Liberty was fatally crushed beneath the wheels of his fathers truck Tuesday eve ing Schwarz said Dennis and his sis ter Linda Kay 2 had gone with him in his gas delivery truck on a business call to a farm home The father said he left thejpower plaint provides a sharp coniduce children playing near the in ultramodern equipment The plant produces kilowatt an underpass on 6 about four miles west of here Mrs Margaret Nelson 51 Coun cil Bluffs and her mother and Yugoslavia Clara Althoff about 70 Council Abstaining were Israel Afghan Bluffs were hospitalized at Greenistan Egypt Saudi Arabia Syria jfield in critical condition and Yemen U S Newsmen Find Russias Atom Rawer Plant Provides Sharp Contrasts OBMEVSKOYE Russia UP home the Soviets basic Rtissias gleaming new a t o m i cgard for frills in their drive to pro When he returned the truck had j and a Soviet disregard for frills moved forward about four feet and This became apparent to Western a wheel had passed over Dennis hours of electricity with what seemed to the nonexpert observers Gen Walter D Smith Canal Builder Dies WASHINGTON OB Brig Gen Ti correspondents who got a look to be complete efficiency But Tuesday at the worlds first andjapart from the streamlined con only functioning atomic electrictrol room it looked like anybodys plant 66 miles southwest of Mosjboiler room cow Electricity from the plant al ready is being used to help supply Walter D Smith 79 one of thejthe Moscow area An example of Russian lack of concern for unessential detail was the use of ordinary lighting fixtures for red and green control lights builders of the Panama Canal andj The 20 visiting newsmen hadjThey are of ancient design with a football star at West Point atjlunch at the plants guest and flutings which are con ihe turn of the century died at They found that hot water in thejnected to makeshift insulators and Walter Reed Army Hospital Tuesjguest house bathroom is suppliedjhanging open with tape on wires day by primitive wooden stoves drivand loose ends   

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