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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Doily NtwspofMr fer MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIt THAT MAKlS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIICHIORS HOME EDITION VOL Utl Pnw MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SI FTf MIIR ThU Paper CQMitU Two FiveYear Delay in Toll Road Forecast Murder Case Set for Jury Case Rested by Defense SUMNER Hiss At torney J W Kellum told a coun try jury Friday your forefathers will turn over in their graves if i the jurors convicted two white L men of murdering a 14yearcld Chicago Negro boy But Dist Atty Gerald Chatham The killing of Emmett shouted Till was a cowardly act pleaded for conviction Roy Bryant 24 and his half brother John W Mflam 36 are charged murdering Emmett Louis Till in a widely publicized wolfwhistle slaying of five local attor neys defending Bryant and Mflam told the allwhite allmale jury it would be admitting freedom was lost forever if it convicted the two defendants Motive Defense Attorney Sidney Tarlton demanded Where is the motive Testimony by Bryants wife about a Negro man who molested and whistled at her did not impli cate Till Carlton said adding If be Mose Wright had knom Emmett Till had done something down there hed have gotten out and whipped him Wright is the sharecropper uncle young Till was visiting at the time he was abducted and slain Carlton also asked how Wright could testify Milam carried a pis Air Plans in 2State Confab Illinois Key to Program TWO CARS WRECKED IN collision Thursday night of a speeding car and a parked machine demolished one and seriously damaged the other At left is the car driven by Donald Fuller His auto piled into the p a r k e d car o vr n e d by George Crotty GlobeGazette photos by Mosser Much of the wreckage had to be scooped up with shovels and swept away with brooms 95 Chose Brings Injuries to Youths Donald Fuller Dean Mostrom Hospitalized Driver Faces Up NinC An attempt to elude highway patrolmen at speeds up to 95 miles spelled nr an hour with car lights out disaster Thursday night for two North lowans The pair Donald A Fuller 22 1205 Jefferson and Dean tol duflhg the abduction when theiA Mostrom 24 Clear Lake were only lisht came from a when their speeding shining in Wrights face jauto struck the rear of a parked1 He went on If thats identic car at 1632 N Federal after aj cation if that places these menjtwomile chase on Highway 65 i at that scene then none of us is Mostrom suffered a broken leg He shouted the words Courtroom Hot and arm and received a disloi catcd hip and head lacerations Sweating profusely in the heat when nc was thrown from the car of a Mississippi Delta the impact He wasj Chatham loudly said The as in fair condition in the words that entered this case wereparjj Hospital literally dripping with the blood of j Emmett He charged Bryant and Mflam gave the Chicago boyj the driver of a courtmartial with the death penalty I was born and bred in the Quit All Foreign Bases Molotov Says South Ill live and die in the South The very worst punishment that could have occurred or should He received severe head lacera tions in the mishap Both men are mechanics help ers at a Mason City garage Offi cers said they believed the pan have occurred if they had any idea i had been drinking in their minds that this boy hadj Fuller patrolmen said will be done anything was to take a razor j charged on one or more of nine strap turn him over a barrel and counts including driving while in give him a little beating Ive whipped my boy Youve whipped yours A man deals with a child accordingly as a child not as man to As far as the state is con cerned this is just another mur toxicated reckless driving speed ing improper passing driving on the wrong side of the road driv ing without lights following too closely and failing to stop at a stop sign or traffic signals Patrolmen said they spotted t dcr Chatham said But Ij speeding car coming south on PITTSBURGH A knifewield am concerned with what is morally right To be concerned anything else will be dangerous the precepts and traditions of RS Janet Prowls Caribbean Sea M IA M I Fla W Hurricane Janet prowled the Caribbean Sea with 115mile winds Friday leav ing great destruction on Barbados the one island of the Windward group known to have felt her vio lence Her position was about miles southeast of Miami Storm forecasters said Janet must have battered some islands auto turned out its as it approached them Gen Lonardi Welcomed at Buenos Aires Grand Entry for New President BUENOS AIRES Argentina MajGen Eduardo Lonardi vic torious chief of the rebellion which overthrew Juan D Peron Friday took the oath of office as Argen tinas provisional president only a short time after making a trium phal entry into the capital The airfield in suburban Pa lermo was tightly guarded by troops and police armed with ma chineguns A red carpet was rolled out for Lonardi Thousands of citi zens crowded around the airport limits cheering wildly and wav ing flags The military guards held them back firmly but made no move to dampen their enthusi asm Victory Sifln The planes which accompanied Lonardi from Cordoba were fresh ly painted with a huge V for Vic tory and with the re minder that the revolution was caused in part by President Juan D Perons feud with the Roman Catholic Church Before leaving Cordoba Lonardi spoke of the possibility Peron might be brought to trial We want to make it impossible for him to again damage the coun Lonardi told a news confer ence In case he is brought to dnvertrial the exPresident will pre jand his 28 other passengers Thursjsent himself as any other Argen day on a 20mile ride along thejtine and enjoy all the guarantees AP Wirtphoto SIGN Argentine demonstrator climbs a screen on a downtown Buenos Aires office of the Peronista party to splash paint on a picture of deposed President Juan Peron All such signs and banners were torn down in preparation for the ar rival of Gen Eduardo Lonardi the new provisional president Already They Say Itll Be A MERRY CHRISTMAS WASHINGTON Chamber of Commerce this year will bo the best tver for business will topped with the biggest Christmas buying spree in history Only the farmer will not share proportionately in the boom the chamber said Friday Practically all business the chamber said agri culture execeted ntw and the economy is operating close to capacity For this reason the rate of business expansion probably will become moderate from now The chimber said the increase in consumer credit end mortgage debt next years elections and the upward pressure on prices were income West Nations Told to Trim Arms Output Ikes Proposal Being Studied UNITED NATIONS Soviet Foreign Minister V JMoloiov Fridav called upon c DAVENPORT tfl Iowa s toll road program may have to be de layed until an earnings test is made in Illinois or new authority is granted by the Iowa Legislature There might be a delay in Iowa until 1960 That was indicated Friday as governors of both states and offi cials of toll road authorities of Iowa and Illinois met here for a conference on cooperation be tween the two states in connection with the turnpike Gov Leo Hoegh of Iowa and Gov William Stratton of Illinois led the delegations from their re spective states The meeting got under way Friday afternoon behind closed doors in a Davenport hotel i Three Senators j In addition to the officials from jlowa and Illinois three Nebraska state senators also attended the meeting Although Nebraska has no plans at present for a toll road state officials there are interested Jin plans for Iowa Indications that Iowas toll road may be delayed were given when j Stratton said that the sector of the turnpike which would connect with Iowa would be included in the second phase of the Illinois proj ect An Iowa official who asked that he not be identified said that he i construed the remark by the Illi governor as indicating that i Illinois plans and earnings tests on the i the first part of the program would wmtf IIVJM BIIU IMV upTTflio wn t U3e pan 01 uie lets serious doubtful spots in economy than the drop in farm PVestera powers to reduce their k considered before undertaking armed forces and liquidate their foreign military bases without iUl Gob Terrorizes Bus Driver 28 Passengers Two Americans Board Vessel af Shanghai he said y will not the HONG KONG American civilians long detained in China reportedly boarded a ship at Shanghai Friday consular officials said Four others are expected to leave by ship in the next two weeks The six are on the list of 12 civilians detained in China up to five J JUt JIA UU XiOV UJ JC UCH3H1CU iil UU UJ JU C i jiii years for lack of exit permits The Reds announced recently at submitted by territory He submitted a resolution urg ing the assembly to endorse a study of the Eisenhower plan that they were free to Russia Britain and France BACK TO WORK BALTIMORE tfvO w e n Latti more has returned to work as a lecturer at Johns Hopkins Univerjthat Emma Angelina Barry 10 leave j Vice Consul Robert Ayl1 ward said he bad received word sity a university spokesman said Thursday All About The Weather Fm1 and Robert Howard Parker 82 yearOld Philadelphiaborn busi nessman were aboard the British freighter Hunan due in Hong Kong Sept 27 Emma whose American fathers whereabouts are unknown Major Speech In a major policy speech Molo tov pointed to recent Soviet re ductions of military forces and the surrender of the Soviet naval base leader told the U N Ithat Russia is giving careful sicleration to President EiSeohowislon sale J ers proposal for an open policy of mutual aerial inspection liquidating road bonds for the toll and the United States of 193 miles next April and to be completed ia three or four years On Bordtr Under the authority granted the Iowa Toll Road Authority by Iowa Legislature construction of a turnpike in this state cannot be un dertaken until an adjoining state gives the assurance that it will build a toll road to the Iowa bor of Porkkala to Finland Then he d called up the other big powers to show by similar deeds that they really want to end the world arms race Such a he said A change in the authority grant ed by the Legislature could hasten the project it was pointed out The turnpike proposed for Iowa and recommended by engineers would start in the vicinity of Le Claire where it would connect with Fair cool Friday night Frot passed through a stop sign as it came on to the new highway and turned north Turn Out Lights The patrolmen said they gave chase The car speeded up to 95 miles an hour passed another vehicle on the yellow line and turned out its lights At the inter section of Highway 85 a n d the American Crystal Sugar Co plant road the car slowed skidded around on the wet pavement and headed back south on the highway Patrolmen pursued the auto into Mason City and at the same time i called in the sheriff and city po of the Grenadine group a part of like to set up a road block The of the Windwards but they were fleers said the car entered the wrapped in silence in the storms city at about 95 miles an hour with wake St Vincent biggest of the jits lights out At 1632 N Federal it Grenadines was directly in Janets path Thursday A hurricane hunter plane braved the storms boneshaking turbu lence in midmorning to learn her exact course and intensity Sports Bulletins NEW YORK Dure eher led York Giants to world champion ship last will resign as man and Bill Rigney Minneapolis Millers will replace him it was reliably learned Fri day CHICAGO resignation Frank Lane as general man Friday was accepted by Chicago crashed into the back of a parked car owned by George Crotty The impact knocked the Crotty car 50 feet ripped open the trunk and tore off the left rear wheel Debris from the auto was strewn along the pavement Officers said it was a total loss Cart Demolished Fullers car also was demol ished It skidded 235 feet after the impact and into a light pole snapping two of the wires Patrol men said Fuller was lying about five feet from the car and Mos trom about 15 feet away The Mason City Fire Depart ment was called because of the Pennsylvania Turnpike before the driver grabbed a fire ax and sub dued him The sailor Bobert L Jones 23 Washington D was held with out charge Friday by police pend ing action by naval authorities Required Treatment The driver W E Small 50 and passengers required four of his treatment for shock after their har rowing experience Officers gave this version and rights established in the Fair cold frost was reported to be with her White undoubtedlv best meet Russian mother Parker was beneed to cal off armaments to be accompanied by hisjrace up confidence araongthe Illinois road and follow closely Russian wile and end the cold 1 the present U S Highway 6 across expected t Eisefihmver the state to Council Bluffs I leave by ship are jaerial inspection plan he said j The Illinois program for con Sister Eva Stella Dugay 62 Bos We recognize the importance of struction in April would be in three He did not expand on the pos sibility of a trial but if this took place it would be on criminal charges The asylum granted Peron by Paraguay would pre vent his arrest as a political prisoner Still on Ship Peron remained aboard the closely guarded Paraguayan gun boat Paraguay in Buenos Aires harbor where he took refuge j Tuesday Paraguayan Embassy was iuesuav rarai A short time after the Washingofficials said he tonbound bus had left talking freely with Jones went berserk shouting on toe ship a woman passenger had told him Violence flared here and in Ro he took her seat He ran behind sari0Argentinas second largest Smalls seat pulled a as students and other foes of knife and pressed the point of itjthe ousted dictator moved to against the throat of the startled driver Keep he roared at Small Counted Vehicles Jones kept counting the trucks and other vehicles being passed on the turnpike muttering to Small They the trucks and other ve hicles will get me if we The passengers cowered in their seats as Jones also hurled threats at them Finally Jones ordered Small to pull the bus into the driveway of a restaurant When the bus stopped Jones eradicate evidences of Perons power Street fights occurred throughout Buenos Aires Thurs day despite efforts of armed pa trols to keep crowds from gather ing Several Peronista party buildings were wrecked Pictures and busts of Peron and his late wife Eva were torn from walls and destroyed forced the passengers to leave As they hastily complied danger of the hot electric wiresjSmall grabbed the fire ax swung igniting spilled gasoline on themenacingly at Jones ami cowed ground the sailor j SAME DATEltS444l Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Fri day night through next Wednes day will average from near nor mal to about 5 degrees below normal Normal highs 68 north to ton Carmelite nun known as Sister106 Presidents proposals We re Theresa Mrs Marcella Eileen them as an expression of a Huizer Walcott who consincere desire to facilitate the so sular officials said would board the lution of the important problem of British freighter S u r a t leaving Shanghai next week for Hong 72 south Normal lows 45 north to Kong and Mr and Mrs Howard 49 south Cool through Monday L Ricks Boscobel booked Becoming a little warmer Tuesto Yokohama in the Dutch ship day No rainfall of consequence is expected Stratt Bali leaving Shanghai Oct 6 Mrs Huizer is believed accom Globe Gazette panied by her Dutch Dusband Pie weather data up Fri ter FAIR Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Prec YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum international control and inspec tion And it is from this point of view that we are engagedin studying proposal and its various Statement Challenged He said that Russia was par ticularly interested in finding out whether the Eisenhower plan ac jtually would contribute to a reduc areas designated as the Northern Illinois Toll Highway a phase of the program The second phase includes 128 miles The eastwest route of the north ern Illinois program would extend from a connection with Chicagos Congress Street Expressway through Aurora to the Iowa boun dary in the Quad City area the Reds are freeing Dilmusi 78 T 53 the 53 Americans promised 09 release at Geneva was growing that Kanady too isjtainable 67 j exiting by ship because of his rej 40 ported poor physical condition siaiemem Weather Matches Season as Fall Officially Begins is virtually unat he said Mediators Meet With Maytag and Union Leaders BES MOINES weather matched the season in Iowa Fri day with the official beginning of autumn at Cooler air began moving into the northwest part of the state Thursday night pushing the temperatures down to a state low of 47 degrees at Sioux City and Spencer Other lows ranged up to 65 at Ottumwa The cooler air was expected to cover the entire state Friday afternoon when high tempera tures were due to range from the 60s in the northwest to the 70s in the southecst Frost was in the outlook in parts of Northwest Iowa Satur day morning Temperatures were expected to drop into the upper 30s in that section and into the 40s in the southeast part the state NEWTON panel of federal mediators met with management and union officials here Friday in an effort to settle a strike at the Maytag now in its fourth week On the eve of resumption of ne gotiations more than 500 of the CIO union strikers met Thurs day night and heard a speech by Pat Greathouse Chicago regional director of the United Auto Workers Greathouse told the work DUBUQUE to stand firm in your de throws doubt on the work of the the general Dubuque Man Killed in Crash of Plane 40 Dubuque trailer camp owner was killed Thursday night when his One of the issues involved is fourpassenger singleengine Cesssocalled guaranteed annual wage na 170 crashed and burned on the Union officials say there are about Leroy Frederic farm 10 miles 30 unsettled issues in the contract southwest of Dubuque jdispute I The wreckage was scattered 100 jfeet Authorities said it was rain1 FLOOD AID ing heavily and there was fog at NEW YORK Fri jthe time A farmer said he contributed to the Afternoon readings Saturday jthe plane flying low with its landAmerican Red Cross E a s t r ft were due to be in the 60s ling lights on before the crash Istates flood relief fund   

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