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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 7, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI N NAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS N f I 6 H 0 ft S GIVE Prw Md United Preoi Full LTMC Wlm MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOtER J Wt Tbii Cwuitts of Two QM WHERE PLANE HIT photo diagram at left shows where the United Air Lines DC4 crashed into Medicine Bow Peak Thursday Part of the tail assembly skidded down the rocks to the base of the mountain At AP Wlrephotos right rescue workers risked their footing to reach the wreckage and begin removing bodies The peak Ls feet high United Plane Was on Course Troops to Remain at Indiana Factory NEW CASTLE Ind Mayor with the governor bnt are attempt Paul F McCormack to do McCormack told a news conference The governor does have the right to counter mand my Friday he is willing to let the struck Perfect Circle Corp foun dry reopen Monday under super vision of the Indiana National Guard We have not been in contact of the foundry may well touch off thizers marched on the foundry IB renewed violence The company acceded to the mayors request not to reopen the plant Thursday after Wednesdays riot in which eight persons were The CIO United Auto Workersjshot An estimated shouting have warned that any reopeningjCIOXJnited Auto Workers sympa Peterson Gets Court Position EXIOWANS AMONG VICTIMS Two former lowinj Robert H Nurre 27 ind Airman William R Errleman were among the U killed Thursday when a United Air Lines DC4 crashed in Wyoming Nurre who was born and reared in Bancroft was the son of Anna Nurre He was returning to his home in Palo Alto following an emergency visit with his mother who is in St Annes Hospital Algona Nurre was graduated from St Johns Catholic School Bancroft and was a star pitcher for the Bancroft Lions baseball club He is survived by his wife and family and several brothers and sisters Ettleman stationed in California was the son of Mr and Mrs William E Ettleman Council Bluffs Ike to Confer With Dulles on Foreign Policy Hears End of Crucial Period ttinrrVD T A 11 flrtUKtAM Faure Asks Inspection in Morocco PARIS Edgar Faure sent his new defense minister to j Morocco Friday in an apparent ef fort to get his reform program un der way in the North African pro tectorate in time to save his own job Barely three hours before the opening of the second day of na jtional assembly debate on his North African policy Faure di rected Gen Pierre Billotte to make an inspection in Morocco Bil lotte replaced Gen Pierre Koenig who broke with Faure Thursday over the Premiers plans to makei concessions to the Moroccan Naj jtionalists j Vott j Observers in the national assemi Airliner May Have Been Hit by High Wind j 66 Dead Worst Toll in History LARAM1E Wyo UP1 The United 4jr Lines DC4 that smashed into Medicine Bow Peak killing all 66 persons aboard in the nations worst civil aviation disaster was within its normal pattern a UAL spokesman said Friday Southern Wyomings towering snowy range of which Medicine Bow is the highest mountain could be considered within the route ofj its bigger airlines although rnanyj aviation maps direct lighter planes to flat counlrvside 20 miles east he aid rnaay as me atomic tarce 01 me zvtn century the next daj with hour dependi cousin when he moved to the in1 Aeronautics Director Investigators for the new provisional government that ousted PeronJem on word from EisenhowersJternational zone of Tanier George Nelson said a Little lhe ProJect vvas a PPedream that cost the nation an i Kill TVOCIVC i Tl r 3 Children Run Over by Cor Killed Perons Atomic Plans Called Greatest Farce BUENOS AIRES Argentina Perons proud Friday as the atomic farce of the 20th DES MOINES UP Three were injured fatally I DENVER President Eiseni jhower wffl hold a hospital gave Faures government only jence on foreign policy mattersa limited chance to survive in the with Secretary of State Dulles next vole of confidence on his North Tiiesday It will be the program expected to bej OT x first discussion of pokey problemsjheld Monday But one of his bestThursday night when hit bv a car since he suffered a heart attack prospects lay in a quick dislodging crossing a street oo the White House Press the m Rabat where wav 0 a n buy dfl James has been staUed by Resi The victims were identified as a brother and sister Paul 6 and i day that Dulles will arrive in Den dentGeneral Pierre Bover De La t x f in naming a three jver Monday night from Miami jours delay where the secretary has aiman regency take over the Marge Sue Jensen 12 children Mohammed Of Mr and Mrs G Robert Jen to County Board Hlf nil billion pesos 71lj million dolj draft could drop a heavily loaded plane into the face of the peak The DC4 had only one empty scat when it crashed A spokesman for United Air Lines said that while the DC4s generally try to fly about feet they occasionally fly as high as feet Medicine Bow is feet high Bits of Wreckage task Thursday for Hod Campbell managing editor a grand jurys recommendationsj of the Laramie DaOy Bulletin wholast year for needed and tonj down J0 times arrived at the crash scene with the county home without producing any results they r Socialist members of the assem i The announcement came as lars without anv chance of bl wno nave not itors at Fitzsimons Army ipptc i i i i t jc aure a put out another encouraging bulle f They said Dr Ronald on ithe A count Bori of Supervisor first rescue workers said the The grand jury report said an plane struck the mountain at an inspection of the county home angle of almost 90 degrees The i showed that lavatories are in de tainside testified to the force of Austrian born scientist Peron to direct the project never had any concrete ideas of how to use the expensive equipment lhe government on toJLake Nahuel Huapi in western wbldThe haTbeen cism m the continuation of the de Weling without complicationsbateMore than 40 deputies asked The tightly guarded plant was from the time of his Sept 24 heart to sPeak after the Premier told the tack assembly Thursday night he was Thedecision to let Eisenhower sure his o conciliating the at unuuiuiuiiig uethe triumvirate power and his as continuing to progress satisreform program moviing Such So actonly without complications j M be what Faure Early Saturday morning two weeks milestone along the sen and Jacquelyn Lewis 15 daughter of Mr and Mrs Clif ford Lewis The Lewis girl was the aunt of the other children The accident occurred in the rain near Drake University Police said the childrenwere hit by a car driven by Howard Lackershire 33 Des Moines They said the boy was killed instantly when thrown 130 feet through the air by the impact Faure faced a barrage of critij His sister was thrown into the path of another car which stopped Bluffs Man Is Choice of Hoegh DES MOINES UP Gov Leo A Hoegh Friday announced he will appoint Henry K Peterson Coun cil Bluffs attorney to succeed John E Mulroney on the Iowa Supreme Court Hoegh said the 71yearold Peter son is one of Iowas outstanding j He has practiced law at i Council Bluffs for more than 47 years Tax Court President Eisenhower appointed Mulroney Wednesday to the U S Tax Court in Washington Hoegh said he did not know Mulroney would resign to take the federal post but he in tended to appoint Peterson upon bis resignation Peterson if he chooses to stay on the bench will have to stanc election in November 1956 for the unexpired portion of Mulroneys term Mulroneys term expires in 1960 City Attorney Peterson a Republican was city attorney at Council Bluffs from 191822 He was an unsuccessful GOP candidate for Congress in 1936 The high court position now pays a year Mulroney will make which 100 nonstrikers were barri caded The mayor said it was up to him how long the National Guard re mains and that be has no intention of releasing them until the plant is reopened and he is sure order will prevail He said he expected to confer Friday with two federal me diators sent here in an effort to bring peace to this strifetorn city Guardsmen with bayonets and tanks kept the raindrenched city quiet in a tense truce The piston ring companys plants at nearby Hagerstown and Richmond were in production A few pickets at each plant Union officials said their mem bers throughout the state are out of hand with anger and may con verge on New Castle again if the struck Perfect Circle Corp foundry is reopened Top Official A top company official told a re porter that Perfect Circle firmly intends to reopen its plant just as soon as the National Guard is with drawn and local authorities permit However UAWCIO International Representative William F Cald well told Mayor McCormack 1 do not control and admittedly so the feelings of workers through out Indiana and Kentucky and throughout the United States I cannot insure the actions of other people Mr McCormack I could not assure what would hap government mdicated Sthev would either vote with the s dltlo f fhat Tic P in his new job The governor said he was de ighied that Peterson has agreed a accept this responsibility and eel sure tiiat all Iowa would agree iiat our highest court has secured the services of one of our states outstanding i New Hampton Sailor Driver of Death Car the explosion and impact when tho The report added that many mat said j meet next week with Dulles for the Richter was picked up for Executives first discussion matters since he was reflects the steady prog1 Moroccan Nationalists was the one Forced Out The Cabinet authorized him to NAPLES Italy tfi An Italian before hitting her She was dead Woman and her daughter were on arrival at a hospital struck by a car and killed here The Lewis girl was pulled Thursday night Police identified under Lackershires car She I the driver as Telegraph Man 3 C died a short time later in a hosRobert W Peters a sailor pital of a head injury President E d u a r d o Lonardi he ress that he has been making seek a vote of tresses mostly in the womens seeclairaed the forner presidents Eisenhower and Dulles will on four Gaul Sioux Cityan Dies in Sabre Crash from New Hampton Iowa They said Lucia Malferrati 36 and her daughter Maria 12 were dragged about 75 feet after being vou reopen this plant may cause us all trouble I cant govern Caldwell said that thousands of Indiana unionists are poised to march against the foundry if it reopens for production Tidy City New Castle is a tidy little city of in the rolling hills of ern Indiana Gov George N Craig sent flOO National Guardsmen shortly after midnight Wednesday With tanks weaponbearing half tracks and fixed bayonets on their rifles the guardsmen clamped a modified martial law on the city Taverns were closed and the seU ing of liquor was banned Streets vere patrolled by steelhelmeted infantrymen All mass gatherings athletic contests politi cal meetings and the were brbidden Every highway into town was blockaded as guardsmen searched motor cars for weapons The Perfect Circle strike began July 25 There had been some mi nor violence Thirtyfive striken vere fifed by the company early this week for picket line disorders Natural Gas Leak Blamed on Drilling REDFIELD The leak from an underground natural gas stor age reservoir near here was not caused by a crack in the earth nc struck he sni0 o ui 4 1 L tion of the home are worn out dramatic 9a3 announcement thatjcuss among other things ministers refused to go along T VFPAS VPV Campbell saui the plane appar was about to producelneva Conference of Big Four his program and were forced 1 enlly entered a small saddle m mucfl ttlltktr II1dn energy for peaceful purSeign ministers opening Oct 27 Charles Jr SlOUX the mountain rynye where 4iu he report pointed out that other grand jury in 1954 had reci ommended correction of other conditions at the that nothing has been If conditions at the not improved bv next and arc the gers would have been able to see mountain peaks tor the first time Most of them probably never knew what happened he said Rescue workers reached the wreckage late Thursdav Thev as f conditions at the home certained that all on board innot by next April cludine two little children in said the Court mothers arms werc dead pfv A Fierce Snowstorm ito flnd Oul whv he Board Su Before the wreckage could be s neglectmg its searched completely a fierce snowstorm started and the rescue workers had to retreat to a base camp six miles to the southeast for poses was made over his He said that when the project obviously had failed he was police surveillance and pre nome getting another job About The Weather OUT Iowa was killed Thursday when Weakened by the loss of Gaullist his Sabre jet plane crashed near support as well as by many dehere fections in the ranks of Peasants Authorities said Britton was at and independents Faure appeared I tempting an emergency landing to face an impossible task of rallyj after taking off from Nellis Airj ing the required 314 votes in the i Force Base on a test flight 627member house I The plane suffered a flameout HERLESHA15SEN Germany1 However several factors mightand banked sharply crashing dozen of Adolf Hitlerssave his sevenmonthold adminisshort of the landing strip Britton generals Friday came home fronvtration ia Korean combat veteran was the Two Dozen German Generals Return From Russ War Mtson City Clearing cool jthe Russian war the first of amnesty by The snow stopped during the night and a strong wind continued but the rescuers started climbing again Two Men Escape From Scattered frost State Prison Farm He already has turned aside threats from a group of independ promise to 0 force the resignation of war prisoners given Ithe Soviets under a jWest German Chancellor including Foreign I Adenauer Minister Antoine Pinay r Another contingent of 32 gener Another factor was that French nCKUp I TUCK Hunted FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Frials was to arrive later Friday forces appeared to be 1 J il A O1 C1 i mastering the rebellion of tribes from im son of Mr and Mrs Charles W i Britton Sioux Citv struck A court of inquiry hasjsurface area officials said Thurs opened to investigate the case No I day charges have been filed j satisfied that it was a mechanical failure that caused leak and not a crack of fissurt in the rock John Ropes member of the Iowa Commission reported after inves tigation If it had been caused by such a crack the whole area wouldnt be worth anything for storage of At Omaha a spokesman for Northern Natural Gas Co which owns the reservoir said the leak was the result of a drilling opera tion SAME DATE 478 Black Beans traffic ia kmrs Minnesota Fair and cooler jn r Gerald Downing ofthc Civ DES MOINES UP Two men C5caPed early Friday from t h e prison farm at Clive near1 D Air Patrol wing in Laramie whohere and werc believed to have was in charge of recovering therjed in a stolcn picku truck bodies said it will take at least Authorities identified the men two days to get all of them as Monroe Hall 27 of Linn County and Lloyd Stoner 31 of Marshal Twelve members of the UniverCounty sity of Wyoming Mountain Club Sheriffs deputio said a track will do the actual work of getting reported stolen in the area the bodies out of the wreckage and the prisoners may have used and lowering them down 200 feet it to nee Globe Gazette by rope to where they can be Both men were serving 10year weather data up packed on litters to the road terms Hall had six months more to 8 Fridav day nijht through next 32 Saturday day will average normal to 4 dej The men were weak trom jn yje pjff Mountains of grees above normal Normalproper nourishment as they jiorOcco Resident Gen highs 67 north to 70 south Norjfled across the border They worejeraj pjerre Boyer de anx mal lows 43 north to 46 south ilong new overcoats and stiff lo win ovjr turned Warmer Saturday Cooler Monlhats supplied by the East Ger day or Tuesday Rainfall willmans and they had on new East average onetenth to threctenthsGerman suits of an inch occurring as scat tered showers late Sunday or Monday and again about Wed nesday them loose after accepting their arms The victims included fit adult to serve and Stoner a year passengers the two children and three crew members Capt C C Cookc 34 Menlo Park NEW FIND FERRERA Italy Maxinumi Minimum At 8 Prec First Officer Ralph D Salisbury ologisls Friday examined a rich1 13 of Palo Alto SUwfind of ancient Etruscan art mAEAR AGO trdess Patricia Shuttleworth uncovered in the Spina Maxinnim Salt Lake City JMuhos near here I Minimum 62 46 47 03 51 5Man Sub Smallest in States Oldest Former the Navy Joins Fleet NEW LONDON Conn UPV Navys smallest submarine ithe 25ton Xl joined the fleet Fri jday at a fiveminute acceptance at the submarine j ceremony base The 50foot sub which carries a icrew of five was built to test har cou jbor defenses a n d attacks It begins cruise soon Legislator Is Dead FAIRFIELD Samuel H Bauman 100 Iowas oldest for mer legislator died Thursday night in a nursing home Bauman served in the Iowa Leg islature from 190717 He practiced veterinary medicine at Birming ham in Van Buren County for more1 for close in a shakedoun AP WirephotM THREE CHILDREN body of Mary Sue Janaen 10 lies beneath the bum 14 1855 near Zwinglc in Dnbuquc per of a car after her brother and aunt werc run over by a second auto while Uni County i versity Ave in Des Moines than 60 years He was born   

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