Thursday, September 22, 1955

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North lowot Daily Newspaper EdiM lor UM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N I W S P A F I R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A H J N I I G H I 0 ft S HOME EDITION VOL LXI ud United PrtM Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22 1WS This Paper CouaisU o Four Nt 291 End to Cold War Dulles States Lonardi Dissolves Congress To Be Sworn in Friday BUENOS OftProvisional President Eduarao Lonardi issued a decree Thursday dissolving the Argentine Congress All 34 members of the Senate were members of the Peronista Party while there were 8 mem bers of the opposition Radical Par ty in the Lower House out of a membership of 166 Gen Lonardis new government hit the airwaves with a concen trated campaign intended to calm the troubled nation and urging re building of the split country through peace and work in the pious light of Jails Opened Jail doors sprung open for men Imprisoned by the overthrown Peronista regime schools re opened the name of deposed Presi dent Juan D Peron and his late wife Eva Peron were rapidly be ing erased from the national scene and members of the Peron brownj shirt organization including the leader Gulienno Patricio Kelly ore reported to have been arrest ed A decree issued from Gen Lonardis temporary headquarters at Cordoba canceled the names of President Peron and Eva Peron as the names given to two new prov U N Hears Policy Declaration UNITED NATIONS N Y Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Thursday declared the world may be entering a decade of peaceful change which will spell the end of the cold war In a general policy declaration before the U N General Assem bly the secretary of state said the international atmosphere had imi fr r proved substantially since the 1954Jto the assembly to was beset by limited warsjfess assembly session and that Eisenhowers proposal for an i subversion arms races and inilexi was a good chance for construeexchange of military blueprints beble attitudes live decisions during the comingitwcen the United States and Russia That phase may now be end months He expressed tire for aerial inspection on a he said that the situation was ripe for ajtual basis This he said wouldj 1 believe that all four of the solution of the German a basis for a solid adheads of government who were at problem and that European securijvance toward the ty was now better than at any timearms reductions in history goal of worldGeneva wanted that result and jthat each contributed to it In con Dulles spoke of the 10 years of i sequence a new spirit does indeed The secretary of state appealedcold war conflict in which theprevail with greater flexibility and DOWN TO SEA IX HOMEMADE SUBInventor Edmund Marline right and an asso ciate Fred Zendar stand on the deck of their sturdy little submarine which slid into the water at Los Angeles floated Beforehand however they werent so sure so they tied ropes on it in case it should sink Martine who used his own money built the craft for exploring and photographing undersea life and geography Will Widen 500 Miles of Highways 31 Projects Are Approved AMES 500 adi ditional miles of Iowas primary AP Wirepboto roads are tentatively slated to bej TILLS MOTHER TESTIFIES i widened to 24 feet in next years road modernization program Including the 600 miles author ized this year that would make aj total of miles to be placed under contract through 1956 The additional mileage is includ ed in 31 projects approved Wednes J W Irons 79 Dies at Hospital Resident of City for 55 Years James W Irons 79 secretarv of Mutual Federal Savings and Loan i On specific issues Dulles said U N Membership It is a I grave wrong to keep nations out i of the world organization by use iof the veto Action should be taken mow to admit all peace loving1 applicants Charter Review The United States believes that this session should approve in principle the convening of a charter review con ference and establish a prepara tory commission to prepare and submit recommendations relating to the date place organization and procedures of the general review European Security The Paris and London treaties on a rearmed Association in Mason City Germany have created Thursday morning at a Mason effective system of limitation hospital following a short and integration of armed inces President Peron Province again will be known as Chaco and Eva Peron as Pampa Both for merly were territories Lonardi 59yearold commander of the brief revolt which toppled Juan Peron after a decade of dic tatorship was scheduled to fly to Buenos Aires from his native Cor doba Friday to be installed for mally as provisional president The appeal for peace came from Cordobas radio Voice of which said It is better not to talk of the past as our slogan jsj There feated Body Was That of Son SUMNER Miss for the slate of Mississippi Composed and speaking ol tricken mother of slain Emmettjat the murder trial of white halfat the start of her testimony by the had lived 55 years in Masonforcesthe like of which the world City and had made his home atihas never scen befare Never 124 4th N W for many years oefore have collective security and i He served as president of theiliuhvldllai selfrestraint been so e jlowa Building and Loan League injsourcefully and so widely com AP 51932 served two terms 193536 day by the Iowa Highway NICE only visible 194142 as director of District 8 of K should be noted that Uion The projects are scattered evidence that this hass fiddler the Federal Home Loan Bank oftne Austmn State Treaty bear jail over the state and represent was knocked out in a heavyJDes Moines which included sLxilng toe Soviet Dions signature an investment of 12 million dotweight title fight Wednesday states and served on several contemplates support for Austrias admission to the United lars Each project however will re quire a separate check on the of the work and official commission will have T m The Till Thursday testified t b a t the brothers Roy Bryant and J bowed her head and body delivered to her in Milam They were accused oi bullet pierced and battered for killing the 14yearold Chicago boy burial was her son Mamie Bradley took the witness for making an insulting whistle at Bryants pretty wife Offer to Bargain Toward Lower Duty on 900 Items WASHINGTON tariffsetters have offered to bargain when special prosecutor Robert B Major Job night is a swollen eye shut tight jtional committees The smilin man is Archie Moore t He was chairman of the Cerro and hes shown at a Greenwich iGordo County Republican opportunity is so unusual Village cafe after being defeated Icommittee from 194048 and so ful1 of constructive Pussi by Rocky Marciano Details on j chairman in Iowa for the that can be that States Swings and sports Smith showed her a photograph of One tlie major jobs approved r ii s relocation and rebuilding of j nine miles of U S 34 between Red Oak and Emerson in south west Iowa Commission Chairman Russel F Lundy said preliminary sidered important for the prosecuPlans caU for shifting the road a tion because Sheriff H C Striderjmile north of ihe Present route of Tallahatchie County had raised Otber projects on the tentative the possibility earlier that for 1956 body taken from the stream was Highway 2 Shenandoah to Cla the body that was removed from the Tallahatchie River Aug 31 and asked her if that as her boy Her identification of the photo graph of young Emmett was con not that of Till wasj to Begin on British TV LONDON UP An w riu iUUVUai JUCIlCliL 11 1 tZ Ui fV A nt nnda 20 miles o Mondamm million television viewers urCompanv was a law book sales ml Onawa 22 miles 30 TVoodbine to ainieci government bond campaign frttofsters meeting will find a solid 8 oasis for the reunification of Ger eorn in niunis many within a framework of Eu March 5 an securitv at Champaign 111 on of Soviet and Internafion d al V the spirit of 6nooe irons tie artenaect ioieaOjQeneva js gcnujne spmj High School received bis deous if it k to be peTmanenSznd gree at Western College and thennot fleeting it lead to u id attended Drake Universitys laWjating abnomal extensions of na i jtionaJ power which crush the spirit r W1S bv theof national independence and to estimatedMutual Benefit Life ending of offensives at subverting free govern neither victors nor dejlord bwer duties on any or all of 900 types of foreign goods t h a t fte picture of your 22 miles 30 Woodbine to ea and 10 and manager Insartt Egotism Referring to ousted President Juan D Peron the broadcastj lashed out at the insane of a man who did not control his ambition and tried to throw down what was dearest to the Argentine people The peace agreement concluded Wednesday provided for Lonardi and other rebel leaders to take over from the junta of proPeron generals which took control of the road Iettuig were central government after PeronsPVednesday by tbe resignation I Commission Peroa was reported to be still the Paraguayan gunboat in Buenos Aires harbor where he found refugee Tuesday The new government did not i n d i c a t ej Carlson Decorah for an international conference next January AMES She said she examined the body The State Department Wednesday listed the from Yes sir she said in automobiles to scotch will be put up for negotiationdrained of expression Rood Commission OKs for Construction a voice itn f i AH j uui uj jtion with 39 17 miles 141 Demsonsos toothpaste is cool to 59 junction 3 miles coolthe Crystal Lake Ice and Fuelic The Middle East The United States is ready to participate in jCompany seven years He managedfinancial and securitv arrange advertisement in local insurance agency 15 ajmed Highway 71 Audubcn to f Chkag0 Very Sd1 British accents will mark a mOeiand was secretary of the accounted and was certain there in British radio and telejCity Chamber of Commerce between Israel and this countryin 1954 The department kept secret what tariff slashes it will ask in ex son Willie bids in a of nations to 7 approvedihdd in Thc Reed ISyearold farm Highway jfourth of its G The meeUn the and with 9 7 miles 9 from Esthervilleihave wanted to listen to commerj to Dickson County line 7 miles icials have had to tune in on suchj r Mr Irons was married to Ina China In tbe China area the since U 4 J U V liLlC 1X111 CO t uuu JIA VIJl n j m VUlAiti ai C brought to the 5 Adel t p Coiantv line njcontinental stations as Radio m Masonisituation is somewhat less ho mtv 5 AiAnnrt T i JII looms as the most farreaching A project for fourlane concrete j in the easing of world trade bar paving on U S 30 in Cedar Rapids jriers since the first conference in from Sixth street west to the Iowa 1947 149 intersection went to the Fred The administration has the power to lower Jan 1 1955 U S tariffs V fv fcW J LAitfcJ T LA i saw a 92 to Martenslembourg omi VS3 to which he later heard He said he also from p ICity They had made their tban jt ua We hope m commercialhere smce Umespenaing theirpchinese Peoples Republic will re to Cedar Falls will make its bow hammers at the Outing Club to the manifest wiu of the j Milam a pistol strapped to his waist enter the barn whether it would persist in prejlt involves miles of Portlandrates as muclvas 15 vious rebel demands that he becement concrete pavement and rejper cent a year for three years surrendered or let him escape intosurfacing to make a 48foot roadjunder the Reciprocal Trade Actiin AlltO iextension passed by Congress after Britain runnins into headon smce petition with the taxsupported 5cretary e dub f r British Broadcasting Corp made the first BBC telecast in IIP tta The announcement that a peace phe Cedar madesubraitted a hot WAPELLO Highwiys 14 57 Highways 14 and 57 Marshall town to Cedar Falls via Grundy Mdn Dl6S Center53 miles 65 Colo to junc jtion with 57 west of Eldora 26J1936 will make tbe first for the I miles 63 Denver to junction Television Authority 21 miles 218 from La Porte j ifA when he says in Gene E Maricil lo Junction with 30 33 miles jtones This is ears Irons wasiworld community that armed fore thar es should not be used to achieve 1 Tl I W couple celebrated nationa Announcer Leslie MiteheD who their golden wedding there in 1953 Surviving Mr Irons are his ExSwain Slays Girl at Bar ELGIN 111 tf A 19yearold telephone operator was fatally shot she sat in a crowded tavern early Thursday and a prosecutor said a rejected suitor admitted the y but no bids State Department officials saidsha1130 UapeUo was killed early were received due to the cementtariffs would not necessarily beiTnursday an auto accident north shortage It now becomes a 1956lowered on all the 900 items nere on Highway 61 projecl jican producers importers a n dj Marshall was a night machinist Tvorik Sons Decorah submit ted a low bid for a 328foot overhead crossing at the Rock Is land tracks on the relocation of U S 6 in Iowa County E M Du senberg Clear Lake had the low other interested persons will be for Davenport Newspapers He asked to give their views at govwas apparently on his way home eminent hearings beginning Oct from work when the accident oc 31 they said and no concessions grading bid of on this same job Arthur Godfrey Fails Patricia Schwartz who was ini AnSWBT R6QU6St the tavern with a sailor home on leave toppled from the bar afterj TOr Incident Details she was shot in the head once j States Attorney John C Fried OP Television Arthur Godfrey has for de milted firing the shot from a dis5 a e Cident involving a daughter Mrs Ernest A Hayes of Mount Pleasant two JoAnn and Janet Hayes Mr Irons was a member of AAA Asks Easing on Horsepower iBenevolcnce Lodge 145 Amer Highway 60 southeast of Desj The first skirmish of the battle Moines to 92 south of the air waves begins a fewi vffle 19 miles 60 Albia to Marion minutes later with the first Vap jT thev oueht to County line 12 miles 34 Lucas to mercial Templar 32nd degree near Melrose 22 miles 61 from near Burlington to junction with lean Automobile Assn told manu itish Rite and Shrine He was acslop hisber horsepow i more Jo curred Sheriff Robert Lewis said 92 Witt will be granted which would imMarshall apparently went to sleep rTTU 16 61 south from Dei i on also was said a Vestryman member of the EPisi peril U S industries or hurt projat the wheel and the car struckjto be contemplating for next year duction essential to defense a bridge abutment then spun into mntg of 17 L riitpi I miles of Highway 30 between Clar Besides autos and scotch whisky the most important items on the negotiating list were tobacco elec ience and Calamus in Surprise Donation of r t n i r iuiiciji SCIVILCS wui uf uiuu tOr rlOOd Reliet I2 Pm Saturday at St Johns Episj Thc copal Men of Iowa He also was a c s of the Elks Lodacand thehorsepowcr and Funeral services will be held the increased her speeds in cars have created potential ray hazards dangerous to WASHINGTON S offi land said Robert G Hoffman plainer a vacuum cleaner salesman adfa to ilted firin the shot from a a tance of about three feet Hoffman a friend of the Schwartz girl most of his life had entered the South End Tap about a about 15 minutes be fore closing Miss Schwartz was seated with John L Smitendorf 21 who had taken her to the tavern after they had attended an outdoor movie NICE COMEBACK LONDON British airline spokesman Thursday explained to his private DCS airplane a Civil Aeronautics Administration investi gator said Thursday As a result investigator Harry Troxell said he is forwarding the case to the CAAs legal section at Kansas City for whatever action it finds Ozark Airlines has filed a com plaint saying that Godfreys plane flew within 100 feet of the right wing of one of its airliners and then crossed in front of it The alleged incident occurred shortly RISKIN DIES j HOLLYWOOD Riskinj 1r icials said Thursday Russias sur trical equipment manganese tungHeading screenwriter and husband IJ Killed When BOAC i prise contribution to the sten aluminum nickel actress Fay Wray died Wednes A i T i Red Cross flood relief fund is an steel olive oil wines and ale day at the age of 38 j Airliner MltS I TCC effort to press her post TRIPOLI Libya policy of improving 1 engine British Overseas Airways Soviet relations passenger plane crashed They also said Russian rliplomaK sinto a tree early Thursday in anjhere seem to be enjoying their attempted landing here on a flight j new role Like other people offi from London jcials said the Soviets appear to BOAC said 13 passengers and j feel better when they can act nice two crewmen were killed aboard The latest Soviet move came the plane which was flying 40 pasjWednesday when Russian charge icopal Church The Rev Alfred 3lolc iBurial will jse at Elmwood Ccme a the closing bus session of the AAAs 53rd The bo 2 at the lie in state until 1 Major Funeral annual meetin Bulganin Sends Letter to Ike on Disarmament Plans NEW STORM MIAMI UPi A new tropical storm Thursday gained in force and size in the Atlantic beyond the AVcst Indies and is expected to be icome a fullblown hurricane soon London newspaper why the both planes took otf from line charges onethird more for a Chicagos Midway Airport The airi pack of British cigarettes than an liner was headed west with a Italian airline We makp more scheduled stop st Mason Iowa PARIS Premier Nikolai Bulganin has sent Presi dent Eisenhower a long letter aimed at breaking the deadlock over world disarmament au thoritative sources said Thurs day Soviet Charge dAffaires Alex ander Anikine delivered a copy of the letter to French Premier Edgar Faure along with a note calling attention to it British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden also got a copy French sources said the Bul Sanin letter to Eisenhower cov ered U pages It was one of the first major Soviet diplomatic moves to prepare the way for the Big Four foreign ministers conference in Geneva next month Faure was reported to have looked with favor on the Soviet move But the French Foreign Office did not release the text of either the letter to Eisenhower or the covering note It raised immediate specula tion that Russia is making new proposals to break the deadlock which has continued in the United Nations disarmament subcommittee in New York About sengers from London to Lagos Ni geria SAME DATE19544SS U flit rutfvo rfoth m 4 daffaires Sergei R S t r i g a n o v handed a check to Presi dent Ellsworth Bunker of the American National Red Cross for flood relief work It was the first time in recent years Russia had made such a donation Officials saw no hitches or strings tied to the donation The check dated last Saturday was drawn on the National Bank jnf Washington and was signed G Zaroubin the Soviet I ambassador hs inco lo Now York tn attend the United Nation General i The Weather Mason City Cloudy rain Iowa Showers cool Minnesota Light showers J W IRONS Glohe Gazette I weather data up ito 8 a m Thurs day j Maximum 1 Minimum 47 At 8 a in SO IYEAR AGO Maximum M i Minimum 32 RAIN