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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 6, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON GlTY GtOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSPAril THAT MAKIS ALt NORTH IOWANS NEICH I 0 R S GIVE VOL LXI Ftw M Uitttf FKM Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOMR IfSf Four Secliw OM Declare War on Hoodlums Carter Lake Area Watched DES KOINES GfrStatc Safety Commissioner Clinton Moyer said Thursday Gov Leo Hoegh and I declaring war on hoodlums gamblers and prostitution in Car ter He told a news conference that as a result of numerous raids in Carter Lake and other places in Potlawattamie County Tuesday night that he had told various per sons picked up Your operations are at an end you are unwelcome in Iowa and you will be prosecuted unrelenting ly and unceasingly with that end in Small In the raids both liquor gambling devices were seized Mover said investigation revealed j that there was only one gambling operation of any magnitude in the Carter Lake area He added j The underworld and small timej criminal characters associated with the one gambling operation of any magnitude are well known to Douglass County Omaha Iowa officials The investigation further failed to reveal any evidence of orga nized prostitution in the area al though it did reveal that several Individuals prominent in organized prostitution have drifted into the community Prostitution of a casual nature undoubtedly exists in connection with one operation in the Carter LaJkc Moyer related be found little evi dence of organized crime in Potta wattamie County outside of Carter Lake However he commented But there were number of Communists Making Promises to WOO BACK THE POLES LONDON THvrMUr RMnty and if they rrtvrn ttwir hcnwland The bulletin MM PtlUh Imbctty full Hw WcrMw bid to WM ttwvMnds wmi rmtvrn II when Irwi Ml MUny nwmtori wartime Pvliih armm MftM in Mw United and Tlw wnbany hwltotin fliHtorinf prcmitw ttww Upwn ttteir arrival in they will them to it Until they ekUin they will receive feed free ef charee well medical The camMiffn believed te htve eme initUI undertteed te enliited me ef infermert emeni refugee frevpt Liquor Raids Cost DES M01NES cost the Some of Rebs Are Giving Up But Fighting Continues RABAT French Morocco White flags went up Thursday over small villages in the MidAtlas Mountains and along the Spanish Moroccan frontier indicating that some rebel tribesmen in the zone of the current uprising are ready to call it quits French officers on the spot were1 not optimistic that all trouble was lending Fighting still continued at Tizi Ouzli in eastern French Mo ices of several outside peace offirocco near the frontier of the Span cers who Atty Gen Dayton Counish zone State of Iowa for ths serv tryman sent on recent liquor raids Although the military situation at Davenport Le Mars and Reinseemed to be getting slightly bet sen iter the political situation wors This was disclosed Thursday by ened m Morocco and records in Countrymans office and those of the State Executive Coun cil which approved seven claims in France In Paris Premier Edgar Faure fired four Gaullist critics of his time gambling operations the equipment of which was seized during the raids There were sev eral persons with records and un derworld connections picked up in the county raids who also are un welcome in Iowa and havt been Own Asked whether he had notified Atty Gen Dayton Countryman in advance of the Carter LakeCouncil Bluffs raids conducted by himself and Chief R W Nebergall of the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investi gation Moyer said he hadnt AP Wirephoto Karman lis communications and public works minister of Greece has been chosen by King Paul to or ganize a new cabinet He would succeed Premier Alexander Pa pagos who died Tuesday vu appiuveu Miveu Claims vi A1AJ outside the regular council African policy including De ing Gov Leo Hocgh authorized ifense Minister Pierre K o e n i g making the council action public speculation whether The following officers submitted could survive the claims for two places raided inibrcak Davenport in these amounts Dep uty Sheriff John P Stark Nevada The Countrymans home town i Sheriff Arthur B Longseth Man No Confirmation Premier appointed Gen Pierre Billottee a former Gaullist now a member of the Republican Chester Sheriff William M Action GrouP to succeed Koenig as Huffman Waukon minister The other dis Sheriff Gerald D Allen Mason imisscd members were notj jCity immediately replaced In Rabat a French colonial group known as the French Pres ence insisted they had a promise from Resident General Pierre Boy er de Latour that he would not put fully into effect the retornT gram outlined by the government in Paris There was no confirmation from the resident general who was tour in the troubled areas in the vicin ity of Fez Troops from Soured tnd TM Award Contract for U S Space Satellite WASHINGTON UP The Defense Department Thursday an nounced that work has begun on the project to hurl a small artificial earth satellite into far space to circle the earth department said that Glenn L Martin Baltimore been awarded the prime contract for a major part of the of a rocket launching vehicle Glenn L Martin is th j Ouzli fought through ambushes and Nixon to Denver Trip on Saturday DENVER Denver White finally linked up with Mor occan cavalry from Aknoul They beat off a series of mass attacks vt vv i u beg Saturday against the aiumae record of tetwten French and Spanish Morocco The General Electric the department said will supply the rocket motor which will be used in the first stage of pushing But the French were still men aced by the rebels holding posi i in the surrounding mountains earth sateffitowhich is expected re jto be about the size of a basket a hard fight in the area where Abd el Krim the veteran warrior scored successes in the Countryman has been directingHouse announced Thursday that outer space numerous raids on his own IVice President Nixon will fly here The department said that Moyer then was asked whetherSaturday for a hospital visit withimportant parts of the there was any scrap between him President Eisenhower at the Presi vehicle will come iron and Countryman over the matterjdents invitation jindustrial sources of liquor and gambling raids and Nixon will fly here with Sherman The Defense Department the safety commissioner replied j Adams the Presidents chief denouncement lifted some of thewlth nundreds of refugees from isoi There is absolutely no conflictjuty Maj John Eisenhower thesecrecy around the space satellite Iated in the area Most AP Wirepbotos DEMONSTRATIONS Indiana National Guard trucks above unload personnel at the New Castle plant of the Perfect Circle Co The troopers were called in to halt any further violence such as the setting fire to a house Wednesday be A portion of the demonstrators are shown watching a sixroom house go up in smoke Located near the entrance to the plant the buildingwas used as a police headquarters TAVERNS ORDERED CLOSED Troops Guard Plant NEW CASTLE 64 Killed in Crash of Plane Airliner Down in Mountains in this eastern Indiana dtyjfouBdry It has a 000 The guardsmen werejforce of only 260 From Our Wire CHEYENNE Wyo A United Air Lines DC4 Thursday smashed into snowcovered Medi cine Bow Peak in southern Wyo ming apparently killiing all 64 persons aboard The big plane which had been reported overdue for more thaa three hours before its wreckage was spotted shortly before 1 CST appeared to have smashed into the towering peak at a 90 degree angle exploded and burned Pilots of the 44th Air Rescue Squadron who flew over the crash scene said the plane had disinte grated and that it seemed impos sible for any of the 61 and 3 crew members to have sur vived Burned Aree Capt Melvin E Conine Chey enne pilot of a Wyoming Air Na tional Guard F80 jet fighter said there was a huge burned area around the crash scene Conine said the DC4 apparently smacked right into the top of the peak and then slid 200 feet down the sheer rock face of the peak Parts of the wrecked plane were strewn over a large area in the deep snow on the mountain The burned portion could be seen as far away as Centennial about 12 miles south of the crash scene The location is about 35 to 40 miles west of Laramie Wyo The airliner air coach Flight No 409 had taken off from New Yorks International Airport Wednesday night It was bound for San Cisco and made stops at Philadel phia Detroit Chicago and Omaha landing at Denver at CST It took off for Salt Lake City where it was scheduled to arrive at Severt Turbulence Wyoming Aeronautics Director George Nelson said that severe urbuleuce was reported at feet over northern Colorado and southern Wyoming early Thursday Most of the passengers boarded the plane in the East The most recent major air line crash in this area was on June 30 1951 At that time a United Air Lines DC6 crashed atop Crys tal Mountain in Colorado killing normal workthe 50 persons aboard an south of the border was crowdedClt authoriied to between myself and the attorney j Presidents son and Dr Paul Dud general He is carrying out enj ley White Boston heart specialist for the weekend White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty said he did not know what Nixon would discuss with the President but he added it would not be a visit where controversial policies would be taken up j The announcement came at an forcement as he is do So are Mover said he had planned the Carter LakeCouncil Bluffs raids for about a month More recently than that Countryman warned of the Carter Lake situation Returning to discussion of the Carter Lake situation Myer said there were two or three persons women isome were from children villages to indicating and the the project first announced by thejwere White House on July 29 lsome The earth theisouth and west forerunner of space travel by huFrencn feared the fighting would due to be launched somejsPread to heretofore peaceful time in 195758 It has been given areas after a at the struck Perfect foundry The Guard was sent in gunitanks iy armed and equipped with Eight persons were shot Wednes day as union after i converged from all Mayor Paul McCormack proto back sympathizers over Indiana claimed a state of limited emer up a CIO United Auto Workers strike against the little the name of Project The announcement said that a site will be selected soon on a scientific and functional basis for tie launching of the small 11 a m news conference which earthcircling unmanned satellite j operating in the Carter Lake areajbrought another cheerful bulletin who could be called hoodlums Theon the Presidents condition rest are gambler minor underj Hagerty said that the President world characters and so an invitation to Nixon to visit ibim through Adams at the lime hej wrote the Vice President a few jdays ago to continue presiding jover Cabinet and National Secur ity Council meetings i The conference Hagerty made clear would be limited to topics cleared in advance by the presi dential physicians Secretary ofi Eisenhower has appointed JusticejState Dulles may visit the pUneabandoned by its pilot John E Mulroney 59 of the Iowa dent sometime next week for am mmois crashed exploded and burned Thursday near Monticello Labor Leaders Resign Posts Mulroney Gets Tax Court Job DENVER UP President Pilotless Jet Plane Crashes in East Iowa MONTICELLO A runaway shelving of Sultan Mohammed Ben Moulay Arafa Other deputies de manded a debate on the Premiers i labor organization of his Supreme Court to the U S Tax Court at Washington Mulroney will succeed Ernest H Van Frossan of Ohio who resigned last week His next June 2 Mulroney a term will expire native of Fort Dodge Iowa said at Fort Dodge he didnt know when he would talk sometime next week for before going to the foreign ministers meeting at Geneva but this has not been definitely deter mined after a 250mile pilotless flight The plane crashed in an open field about eight miles northwest of Monticello at about 10 45 CAREY TO WED minutes after its pilot had para HOLLYWOOD UP safely near Carrollton III Lucy Marlow and New York Van1 The pilot said the plane developed kees third baseman Andy Carey I He said he was unj leave Iowa for the new job butjwere to be married Thursday andlnurt except for my j it will be real soon I immediately on a honeymoon Chief of Police Don Gilmore of His resignation from the lowajtrip to Japan with the baseball Monticello said the rumble of the The French Cabinet was called into session in Paris to see if it could stick together long enough to get its Moroccan reform program back on the track vw ui C T Many members of the National i was openeJ Thursday for smashing Assembly were crying for Facesjperonisla of the giant General scalp because he yielded to o Labor CGT m nationalist demands for The CGT bosses who ran the six BUENOS AIRES tf The way policies because the rest program including appointment of a regency and formation of a new Moroccan government SAM6 D ATE J as the powerful right arm of ousted j dictator Juan D Peron resigned Wednesday night The provisional government announced new elec tions would be held in union within four months supervised by the Labor Ministry Shooting broke out as the demi onstrators marched on about 100 rionstrikers inside the plant Thej nonstrikers apparently opened firej first The strike over wages and a union shop began July 25 Tension and disorder has mounted steadily since The dismissal of 35 pickets Tuesday apparently touched off Wednesdays mob demonstration The former board chairman of Perfect piston ring man ufacturing Asst Secretary of Commerce Lothair Teetor In Washington it was learned that Eisenhower administration dropping Teetor via the r Plan Rerouting of Highway 69 at Des Moines DES MOINES 69 ii to be from Os ceola and extending almost that it will past west of West Des Moines Russell F i Lundy of Des chairman of AP Wirephoto Rosa 17 Thurs day was accused by the New i UVVUvJkXl Among the labor chiefs who quit York police department of shoot was the secretary general Hector Hugo di Pietro who backed Peron in his feud with the Catholic Church As a result of the sbakeup it was reported the CGToperated news paper La Prensa may be taken over by a federal intervention i committee j two other youths tszsx verleaf graae separations Confab Set Highways 34 92 90 and 6 cross it Meanwhile a unionmanagement The exact line of the new stretch conference was scheduled for later j of highway has not yet been de in the day For the time being termiaed but it definitely will pas there was no plan to try to reopenwest of West Des Moines and end the struck foundry somewhere northwest of Des In calling out the Guard Gov i Moines between Highways 6 and George in said Lundy ami word through a The highway is scheduled for Grading will happenedstart in 3956 ing a city park employe before hundreds of women and children Rosa shot the employe Frank Gargiulo after he tried to break spokesman that there will not be Completion in 1958 up a fistfight between Rosa and ia repetition of what bench create a vacancy whichteam Iowa Gov Leo A Hoegh can fill by an appointment Mulroneys successor would have to stand for election next year Mulroney was first elected to the Supreme Court in 1942 He was re elected to a third sixyear term in 1954 He was a special assistant attorney general for the Iowa Tax Commission for three years before Joining the Supreme Court TERRY HONORED NEW ROCHELLE N Y Officials Thursday renamed this New York suburb Terrytown in lonor of Paul Terry veteran ani and cartoonist The Weather City Clearing cool Iowa Fair cool Fair colder Globe weather Gazette jexplosion was heard in Monticello firemen took a truck to the crash scene but mud condii tions prevented them from getting the fire out before the plane was destroyed by flames At Alton it was reported that George Mills 33yearold test pilot for McDonnell Aircraft Corp St Louis bailed out of an F3H data upi2N Demonjet at am Thurs SUNNY day Maximum Minimum At 8 Prec YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum landed uninjured in a 70 SI 57 56 46 40 He field five miles east of Carrollton after a parachute jump McDonnell Aircraft officials said the Demonjet continued flying after Mills jumped and was lost to view iby the pilot of a chase plane which had been accompanying the rou jtine lest flight Underground Gas Storage Area Near Redfield Develops Leak REDFIELD ifi A constant area No great alarm was evi alert was maintained Thursday denced company officials said Illinois Man Killed in Car Crash Near Sully He added he intends j Lundy said a bypass will be jto keep the plant closed as lung in the future north of there is any danger of disorder jDes Moines to connect the new Shortly after Wednesday midjstretch of Highway 69 with present night in a gloomy rain the guardsi Highway 69 leading from men rolled into town in to Ames UP1 John Kaldenhalf tracks and tanks They camel berg 19 Galesburg was a mobilization center in Munj late Wednesday in a cartruck colicie 20 miles aivay Vision one mile west of this Jasper The guardsmens assignment County community jwas to keep the streets clear closej in the oneeighth mile area near here where natural gas continued escaping from the huge under ground storage of Northern Na tural Gas Co Loss was at the rate of several million cubic feet a day Leaks which developed Wed nesday had earlier spouted a mixture of water mud and na tural gas Crews from patrolled the contacted farmers inti kept continiKius check over They were pushing prepara tions to seal the spouts with ce ment would which remove they estimated Kaldenberg was riding with Earl Jansen 23 Sully when Jansens car collided with an empty gravel truck driven by Charles James 46 taverns set a curfew and prevent further disorder at the plant Tavtrns Closed Mayor McCormack issued to sealing was expected only a couple of hours The Iowa Commerce Commis sion meanwhile sent a wire to Northern Naturals headquarters in Omaha asking for full details on the eruptions and requesting Newton at an intersection of Thursday mornins all danger The rural roads Jansen was hurt immediate closing of all escaped withtaverns and liquor stores The take iically but James minor injuries TRIAL OPENS mayor postponed a decision on a curfew Nonstrikers went into the home plant at nearby Hagerstown and arguments that the company cease all furthi Thursday MINNEAPOLIS UP Opening into two plants in Richmond and testimony bojjaniThursday in the trial of a ocietyLscattered morning pickets past few three er injection of gas into the slor dentist Dr Arnold Axilrod normally employing almost area until a thorough inves tintion could be made of seducing and strangling a workers alo involved in Ithe fettter Lightning Wrecks Barn Loss set off a fire that destroyed a barn on thi Gus Vlahos farm northeast of Hampton Wednesday afternoon Damage was estimated at The blaze was reported to the Hampton fire department at p m but efforts to save the barn which contained 400 bales of straw 400 bales of hay and bushels ff oats were futile No livestock was lost According to Vlahos lightning tnick the barn shattered shinglei md set the wood   

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