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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Doily Ntwtpoper to MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAPIft THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIONIORS HOME EDITION voc LXI UaiUd full IMM Cow MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOtER J 19S5 This Paper of Two OM French Still Angry Russ Trip Delayed FOUR DIE IN ONE CRASH SWELL THE CHEST Accidents Take 7 Lives Seven persons died in motor ve hicle accidents in Iowa over the weekend four of them in a single accident near Sioux City The fatal accidents included Carl Lenz GO Hawkeye farmer was fatally injured in a twocar crash near West Union late Sun day Eight others were hurt in the accident Four died in a twocar collision on 75 near Sloan about 20 miles south of Sioux City Dead were Lawrence Moffitt 24 and Eu gene Nachtman 27 both of Sioux One Mans Opinion A W EARL HALL Editor SCHEDULE VTAD 9M Kn4j WOL You and Your Free Press THE time has rdied around 1 again to visit with you about your free press and the part you can and do play in keeping it free Oct 1 to 8 has been set aside as National Newspaper Week and the slogan of this years observance is Your Newspaper Fights for Your Right to That isnt as Ive pointed out Ned Boston 27 and Carrie Stephenson 74 both of Whiting Harlan Felker farmer near Graettinger died in an Eramets burg hospital Saturday night of in juries suffered a few hours ear more than once in the past just pretty language Its deepseated fundamental truth The right I en joy to say what I want to say in the newspaper over which I pre side as editor stems from and is lier in the collision of a car and his tractor Mrs Arthur Peters 35 West Chester was killed Sunday in collision at a rural intersection south of Washington Iowa Her husband the Rev Arthur Peters and John Adams West Chester driver of the other car escaped with minor injuries In the accident near Hawkeye Lenzs wife was hospitalized in se rious condition at a West Union hospital His two daughters and a son were described as in fair con dition The Lenz car was in colli sion with one carrying four Cler mont youths Two of the youths LaVern Nelson and Larry Jacob son were hospitalized but their condition was listed as fair In the Sloan crash cars driven by Nachtmann and Boston collided Nachtmann and one of his passen gers Moffitt were killed outright D Peron the toppled Argentine and f dictator took up residence exile an s here Mondav behind a guard ofUnd two smaU children of the Bos and tommygunners were hurt senously Boston was driving Mrs Ste phensons new car Cliff Peron Takes Up Residence in Paraguay ASUNCION Paraguay weary onetime strongman was flown here Sunday in a Par 11 UU Y 4 A A44 41 A U 1 I aguayan PBY amphibian plane 13 27 Lamberton also a pas days after he had taken refuge senger with Nachtmann was bos aboard a Paraguayan gunboat inlpitalized at Sioux City the River Plate off Buenos In the accident near Eromets His departure had been delayed i burg Felker was driving a tractor while Argentine and Paraguayan with an attached wagon when a officials straightened out the techcar driven by Earl Christensen St nicalities of his asylum jpaul struck the rear of the The new Argentine government tractor Chritsensen was bospital of provisional President Eduardo Lonardi obviously hoped Peron would not tarry long in Paraguay just across the Parana and Par wnnrfirv tn voTTi mrwT rivers from Argentine ter thS T ever get out of your thinking ardl s said was conf Herein lies the explanation of mv title for this with you It also explains the slogan for this years Newspaper Week Your Newspaper Fights for Your Right to The emphasis in both purposely is on YOU ized in Emmetsburg Moscows First Nightspot Opens i MOSCOW Soviet citii zens Sundav to thei In a very real sense you and Spirit Lake Man tO your neighbor of course exer u cise 2 pronounced influence on the head UptOmetriStS newspaper you read daily or week ly That newspaper has to suit you or vou wont subscribe to it So it dent Paraguay would prevent Pe ron from being an obstacle to countries tune o American jazz at the openj There have been suggestions the mg of Moscows first nightspot A ultimatciv to before World War H i VYCSt IXClUScS A 26piece Americanstyle jazz band in white jackets blared outs such oldies as Lady in is with radio stations You can dial in another station By the same token you can subscribe to another newspaper or to no news paper Youre the judge and jury Dissecting a Newspaper One of the countrys better known journalists Royce Howes Associate Editor of the Detroit Free Press winner of the 1955 Pulitzer Prize for editorial writ ing recently developed this thesis in an effective than I could hope to do So if I draw rather heavily on his edi torial youll understand my reason for doing so His dissertation begins with a dissection of the word newspaper The tangible things in a news paper are the paper itself and the ink Both paper and ink are there for you to see and touch Theres nothing very mysterious about either But what of the news DES MOINES tf Dr A Dipsy and Night and j The new restaurant in the swank to Recognize East Germany MOSCOW UP Western Klien Spirit Lake is the new presjSovietskaya Hotel building is lo ident of the Iowa Optometric on the same spot as the pre He was elevated to the associalrevolutionary famous forJBig Three Monday formally noti tions top post from the vicelits gypsy fiddling and oldtimer sifted Russia that they will refuse to presidency Sunday to succeed tie room is just the same as it Dawson Grim of Cedar Rapids iwas in the time of the Czars Red Fire the Horse Blocks Rl Tracks for 15 Minutes Red Fire a chestnut horse blocked the Rock Island Lines tracks through Mason City for about IS minutes Sunday after noon The animals left hind leg slipped between the board walk and a railroad tie on the trestle south 1st N W The horse fell across the rails and lay on the tracks until help arrived Robert Cline 14 12 Harrison owner of the animal said The question is asked by the he was leading the animal across troit editor and well let him pro vide his own answer he insists is all things to all men What it is depends on who is defining it And it is YOUR definition not the editors which matters The paper stays in busi ness if it does a competent job of fulfilling your definition of news If it devotes itself just to the edi tors conception of news it soon fails Hes Thinking About You When a newspaper man speaks of his news judgment he doesnt mean his ability to determine what really counts under some myster ious process of selection He means instead his ability to sur mise what you will consider news How good he is and how success ful the paper depends on how un erringly be can make that sur Not all Royce Howes added in the Detroit Free Press editorial from which 1 am quot ing agree that some particular item is news But the editor must meet each readers definition often enough so that every reader will feel hes getting his moneys worth when he buys the Mr Howes concluded on this point is where and how you have such a very big hand in de termining what goes into Almost every day around a daily CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 the railroad bridge from the south A train passing on a trestle about 50 feet east of the horse startled the animal and it fell through the boards as it shied away according to young Cline Rock Island officials expecting a train from Manly set out a flagman but the animal was freed before the train arrived Police and bystanders pried board loose by the trapped leg and the animal walked off the bridge Young Cline and a friend Louis Schlosser Route 2 were taking their horses from stables at the North Iowa Fair Grounds to the Cljne home After the accident the boys had to hold Red Fires head down to keep him from damaging him self in a struggle to free his leg A passing motorist went to get aid for the boys A veterinarian told Cline that the horse was not seriously hurt in spite of a slightly stiff leg recognize Communist East Geri many j The statement sent in identical notes to the Soviet Foreign Minj istry was the first formal Western response to the RussianWest Ger man agreement to establish diplo matic relations i Western Stand The Western stand first was spelled out last week at New York after a twoday meeting of the Big Three foreign ministers The notes were understood to underwrite West German Chancel lor Konrad Adenauers reservations made at the end of his historic Moscow visit last month That visit was followed by a Russian an jnouncement granting East Ger imany full sovereignty Three Points these points j 1 Reaffirmation that the West ern Big Three will not recognize Potential Witness in Till Case Cared For by Newspaper CHICAGO mm report ed to potential witness who never the Mississippi trial of two white acquitted of murdering a Chicago Negro boy is said to be in the care of a Negro newspaper Enoch Waters executive director of the Chi cago Defender said Leroy Col lins had been brought to Chi cago by a reporter for the Tri State Defender of Memphis Tenn Waters said the report er located Collins in Missis sippi Collins a Negro dis appeared before the trial of Roy Bryant 24 and his half brother J W Milam Polio Vaccine Cuts Rate 50 any German that in Bonn government except 2 Germanys frontiers will not be definitely peace treaty Germany established until a is signed with all preliminary reports indicate the 3 A request for the Soviet Unionsaid Salk antipolio vaccine has reduced the incidence of paralytic polio among vaccinated children by 50 per cent or more It is difficult not to be very op timistic about the value of the vac cine as used this Scheele to reassure the West that it will Scheele said the vaccines ap respect the fourpower agreement parent curb on paralytic polio is for free communications between jail the more notable because many HORSE BLOCKED Cline 14 612 Harri son N leads his horse away from the Rock Island Lines track Sunday after the animal fell on a trestle and blocked the rightofway for about 15 minutes of the youngsters studied had re ceived only one shot instead of the recommended three It is rea sonable to expect even greater pro tection when the full course of im munization is Anxiety Over Condition of Ike Lessens D E N V E R UK Anxiety over President Eisenhowers illness eased considerably Monday as physicians reported his condition showed no changes to indicate The bulletin said the Chief Ex ecutives condition remains sat The official report from Fitz simons Army Hospital at a m served to lift tension created when the doctors announced Sunday night that Eisenhower was a little tired and not feeling as well as First Two Weeks That bulletin was the first which failed to say that the Chief Execu tive was progressing satisfactorily without The doctors have said repeated ly that any complications were most likely to develop during the Vouths Ask to See Hoegh at AM DES MOINES UVPolice made a call to the governors mansion at Monday and took into custody six of a group of about 20 boys who Gov Leo Hoegh said were ringing the doorbell and kicking at the One of the boys told Municipal Judge Howard Brooks that he and 17 other youths were sitting in a downtown hotel Sunday night talking about their en tiance into military service scheduled for Monday We decided it would be a good idea to go out and shake hands with the governor and tell him the boy said We also wanted to talk to him about the possibility of establishing an Air Force reserve unit in the D aven port The youths said they tele phoned the governors mansion andw ere told Hoegh was in bed They decided however to make the visit anyway so they loaded into five taxis and made the trip Judge Brooks told the youths it would have been a simpler way to get a conference with the gov ernor by calling his office Keep One Foot in Door Disgusted With Vote PARIS French Foreign Office announced Monday the pro posed visit of Premier Edgar aure and Foreign Minister An oine Pinay to Moscow has been wstponed The announcement was made after Pinay had received tha charge daffaires of the Soviet Em bassy to give him the news The Foreign Ministry said the rench government thought it pref erable to put off the visit to a ater date The explanation was hat the government considers in view of recent events in the United and the reaction of French opinion the atmosphere is not fa vorable now for a trip of this type The trip had been scheduled for Oct 1416 With Majority Russia voted with the majority ast Friday in a 2827 vote in the General Assembly to debate roubles in Algeria France insists Algeria is an integral part of rrance and assembly debate about t would be a violation of the charter provision barring interfer ence in the internal affairs of any member state As a result of the vote the rench government withdrew its delegation to the assembly and its permanent delegation but kept one foot in the door The Cabinet Sunday night an nounced withdrawal of its del egation and an end to participation he has sent special identification activities otthetateiMttoiwl cards to the peace officers organization except those of the m Iowa giving each of them the security Council its Disarmament powers of a sheriff if they arelCommission and subcommittee and Peace Officers Get Cords DES MOINES a Atty Gen Dayton Countryman said Mondaj specifically called upon to perform law enforcement duties outside their jurisdiction Countryman made his statement in connection with a meeting Mon day afternoon with representatives of half a dozen peace officer or ganizations and the beginning Tuesday at Rock Rapids of the first of a series of meetings he will hold o organize a peace officers asso ciation in every county of the state Every Officer The purpose of issuing the cards is to place in the hands of every peace officer an instrument that would officially designate him as a peace officer when called upon for a specific assignment by the governor or Countryman said He added This pertains to all The cards give the peace officers the same powers throughout the state as possessed by a sheriff of a county in which such peace offi cers are acting on special assign All Authorities The cards went to sheriffs their first two weeks after the heart deputies policemen marshals con attack Eisenhower suffered a week stables justices of the peace spe ago last Saturday The change in the 64yearold Presidents condition Sunday night came on the ninth day of the cru cial first two weeks Late Report Monday mornings medical bul letin came about 2 hours 40 minutes later than usual to permit thorough examination of the President after he awakened late Presidential news secretary James Hagerty told a news confer ence Monday The doctors tell me tiredness is not unusual in these Asked whether they had discov ered any explanation of the fatigue Speaking of studies hi nearly half Hagerty simply called attention to the states of all children 5 to 10 years of age Scheele said Early reports from six areas the statement in the latest bulletin saying that Eisenhowers condition Monday morning showed no indica show that paralytic attack rates jtion of complications among vaccinated children are West Germany and East Germany Dr Hullinger of Clinton Falls and Breaks His Hip CLINTON UP Dr John D Hullinger 94 Clinton who became a father for the second time within strikingly lower than among un two years this spring fell at his vaccinated children of the same Men Over 36 Won t Be home Sunday and broke his hip ages He was taken to a hospital and doctors said he would undergo sur gery Dr Hullinger gained nationwide fame in 1953 when his 33yearold wife gave birth to a son He de livered the baby at his home with the aid of a nurse Another child was born to the couple this spring Dr Hullinger claims to be the oldest practicing physician in the cial agents of the state safety de partment and all members of the safety department except the cler ical force Countryman said that while at tending a peace officers school at Iowa City several weeks ago he indicated a plan to set up a com plete roster of peace officers in Iowa I now have that roster com pleted and will be in a position at any time to fully perform all of my statutory duties and specifically those provided by law giving the its Military Staff Committee But the communique left the door open for Frances return and avoided any mention of withdrawal from the as a whole By remaining hi the Security Council France kept her preferred position as one of the five vetoholding per manent members New Fighting The bitter decisions were taken as bloody fighting broke out anew in Morocco the most restless of ranees North African territories Armed guerrilla bands attacked at east five French outposts in a new development of the nationalist campaign against French rule French authorities said 11 Euro peans including 3 women and 2 children were slain in a ferocious ttack at ImmouzerdesMarmou has 65 miles southeast of Fez Several hundred Berbers in the and of were reported killed Defore the tribesmen began a re treat in the face of French tanks lanes and troops The tribesmen vere friendly to the Sultan Mo lammed Ben Moulay who left bis throne Saturday Four other outposts defended by Moroccans in French uniform were attacked Saturday night and Sun day end two were temporarily given up by the French These developments promised serious trouble for Premier Faure when the National Assembly comes back Tuesday from its parliamen tary vacation Many deputies are breathing fire over government policies aimed at soothing North Africa nationalism while others think the government has moved too slowly attorney general authority to callj on any peace officer for enforce ment About country SAME Drafted Again Hershey WASHINGTON UP Selective Senice Dirtctor Lewis B Her shey says men 36 and over will not be drafted in any future war un less the United States is attacked at home Hershey said men 26to36 would be used only selectively and that men under 26 would be the onlv group to see military serv ice The Weather Mason City Fair mild Iowa Cloudy cool Minnesota Cloudy cool Globe Gazette weather data to 8 Mon day Maximum Minimum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 56 COOL Pastors Wife Injured in Auto Crash Near Osage OSAGE Mrs Russell Dunlop Waterloo formerly of Kensett is in the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital suffering from shoulder and knee injuries received in an automobile accident east of Osage Sunday at 2 Mrs Dunlop was riding with her i husband the Rev Russell Dunlop Jon Highway 218 heading west be hind a car driven by Robert He mann Stacyville According to Mitchell County Sheriff Louis Haberkorn Hemann said he signaled for a right turn and the Dunlop car hit him from behind Haberkorn said Dunlop contend ed that he did not see the lights All other passengers in the can escaped injury The Dunlops were enroute to Kensett to attend a church 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