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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T M I MIWSPAPIt THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHIORS GIVE VOL LXII UBM40 Pratt a MASOM CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 10 1955 TbU Paper Consists of Two North Iowa Accidents Claim 4 Lives Two Sets of Plans for Arms Parley Dulles One Mans Opinion A Radio By W EARL HALL GlobeGozettt Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGtO IJWl WTAD Ouineji 10 iM Those Safety Belts Again T have a kingsize argument my hands It all started a month or so ago when I inferred in one of these commentaries that safety belts are a debatable subject My mail has been loaded with reac tions to the commentary in ques tion and 1 must admit that the preponderance has been on the tide of the safety belts You may remember that in that visit with you I drew rather heavily on the medical profession for my pros and A Los Angeles doctor had taken a dim view of safety belts An Iowa doctor in a letter to me had quar rcled more with the type of safety belt in common use than with thej idea back of its use t these views and another Iowa State College psyi chologist who is sure that the moj toring public could never be sold on wearing safety belts a Denver doctor whos strong for safety belts was quoted in my commentary The Colorado medical man Dr Horace E Campbell whose ex tkk MM sponsored by the Colorado State Bfedical Society has written me at some length and requested me to make his position on the sub ject of safety belts a little better known than in my previous com mentary That Ill do on this ocl casion j Bated on Study j The committee of which Campbell is chairman was set upj some three years ago It was inj structed to seek for some solution to the traffic accident problem The committee consisted of sur geons brain specialists psychia trists and other physicians ac cording to Dr Campbell Legionnaires Hear Major Policy Speech MIAMI Fla Secretary of State Dulles said Monday the United States will go into this months Big F6ur foreign minis ters disarmament conference with two sets of plans One to meet any Russian obstruction and the other to exploit genuine Soviet har monv moves annual convention of the Ameri can Legion 1 World opinion eventually will force Russia to relax its grip on East Germany and to liberate sat ellite peoples in Eastern Europe 2 Soviet acceptance of President Eisenhowers plan for aerial in spection and exchange of military Dulles also said in a foreign polblueprints would provide the basis icy address prepared for the 37th for further international disarma r i fip NEVER TOO LATE Louise Rissman a West Berlin cen We can then confidently movej tenarian wbo believes in keeping Rumors About V M Molotov Are Squashed Diplomat to Be at Meeting ment controls Be an Guard MOSCOW Minister V M Molotov said Moni on to international measures to re duce and control the instruments of Dulles said This country he said must be prepared neither to rebuff any au thentic Soviet move toward easing tensions nor to expose the United States to later mortal Dulles and the foreign ministers of Great Britain France and Rusj sia will meet at Geneva beginning Oct 27 in a followup to the Bigj our summit conference of lasti up with things steps off a plane at Templehof airport after ful filling a 106th birthday ride in the air Behind her is her daughter Elizabeth 73 who ac companied her AP Wirephoto ROOFTOP of a home in Tampico Mexico express thanks to Navy for its help in the floods which followed Hurricane Janet by painting a rooftop Navy helicopters rescued hundreds of marooned persons and flew in stores of medical and food supplies iuui summit Soviet Foreign jsummer Dulles told the Legionnaires So I day he mil leave by air on Oct Ucv t ent is to for the Geneva Big Four to mi le ministers conference opening world Perhaps he said the dajs later Soviets have a proverb something The veteran Soviet the American one which savs made the disclosure to Lester you lick em join Ike Resigned to Extended From Capital Leonard Arp Committed to State Institute Leonard Arp 10 was com mitted Monday to the Mental jHealth Institute at Independence Our he states injfor examination observation and his letter to me prompted by myitreatment Volney Hansea county previous commentary studied ailjjuvenile officer left Monday morn angles of the problem and you canjing for the institute with the Ma be sure we are not a one remedy group Many aspects of accident prevention are being giv en creative Our committee he explained has concluded that in jury prevention as distinguished son City boy He was placed in the institute with his parents consent accord ing to Judge William P He said the boy will be kept there until doctors feel that he is in eonj dition to be placed in a private or Socialists Rejoice Over Vote Outcome BREMEN Gtrmany ft Wast Socialists tx ultcd Monday in sharp bwff hindod Kon rad Adttiaucrs rearmament policy by the vottrs of Brt In for a itatt Parliimtnt tftc an Socialists Sun day cipturtd a the islaturt and rolled up their biggest popular vote tvtr in ttie state center of industry and shipbuilding from accident prevention is apublk childrens home great field which been almost 10yearoid was committed totally unexplored We believe itto independence after a prelim offers more hope for a examination by a Waverhri reduction m highway deaths andpsvchiatrit determined that he injuries than ar bility in accident Newton With this the Colorado Declare Full Martial Law Basks in Sun Gets View of the Rockies DENVEK tf President Eisen hower cheerfully resigned to a Hong convalescense which maj I keep him out of the White House iuntil about Jan in the sun Monday for the first time since his heart attack Late in the morning the Presi dent was wheeled out onto the west terrace near his eighth floor room at Fitzsimons Army Hospi tal That procedure was in line With the recovery program which Pearson Canadas foreign secre tary during a luncheon which the visiting Canadian gave for Molotov at the Canadian Embassy cold speculation in Western diplo here that his self criticism published in the latest issue of the Magazine Communist might mean he wouldnt be going to Geneva Made Mistake Dulles said the United States loves peace but not peace at any He declared There is no nation in the world which is more utterly dedicated to peace than is our UNESCO Debate On other matters the Legion was waging a behindthescenes de bate on whether it will approve or disapprove of UNESCO the United 1 States 3 More Night Spots Raided in Bluffs Area COUNCIL BLUFFS cers armed with battering rams submachine guns and pistols and led by Iowa Public Safety Com missioner Clinton Mover and 3 Others Killed on Weekend Thornton Men Electrocuted North Iowa counted four fatalities over the weekend when two Thorn ton men were electrocuted and two Lawler youths were killed in aa automobile accident Their deaths together with thres other accident victims over the state brought the twoday toll to seven The Thornton men Donald Froh ling 28 a farmer and Clement Webb 46 a sectionhand died early Sunday when they stepped on a Central States highline carry ing volts following a car acci dent Wright County Sheriff Robert Blecker gave the following account of the tragedy Frohling was driv ing a 1949 model car owned by Herman Watermiller Garner on a gravel road one mile west and one mile north of here He missed a sharp curve on the road hit a Cen tral States highline pole and ended j up in a field 2nd Car Missed Curve The car driven by Frohling was followed by a 1950 model automo bile driven by Webb with Water miller as a passenger The Webb jcar also missed the corner and ended up in the ditch Frohling got out of the first car t suv uut vi LUC ILIOI Iowa Crime Bureau Chiet R started to walfe fcack to Nebergall raided three more caf Re step d OQ cable night spots early Sunday earning volts and fcD to the The two men had led raiding around parties in the same saw TtoKmg fall the Wednesday night Sunday they raided the Capri Club at Carter Lake Esquire Club here and the Riverside and Cultural Country Club south of here iOUSLc diJU The old Bolshevik has admitted 0 rgailization The issue centered on Oncers said they used batter making a mistake on an obscureja specja committee report that ing rams to break down doors a t point in Communist ideology UNESCO neither Communist CaPri where 30 Persons were Western diplomats here Mondayor atbeistic nor an advocate ofj found and several bottles of liq were trying to guess what is afoot government uor seizecl Possibilities mentioned ranged committees were meeting At the Riverside officers found from a shift in Soviet foreign in an effort to reach 300 bottles of liquor with Nebras cy to a new struggle for power of agreement to avert a coni ka the ruling circle vention floor fiht 1 County Arty Matt Walsh who The ideological point raised isj A second problem that threatened was ta the raiding party said no so obscure that it seems his withdrawal of arrests were made but charges tation can onlyitne flulmaking 40 8 organization were to De filed against the clubs be a pretext tne Legion parent body was operators Aisassoc iijroned out Leaders of the physicians MOLOTOV the Chief Executives outlined Sunday apparent reason for such a quick Four Weeks solution as discrediting a man who They said that time that Eihas been foreign 15i senhower would remain in the pita for at least four more Lon9 Letter e f r o m a manjto gjve their national leaders a year xvith whom thej to out differences Presidium does not said one Western ob server He added that there was no Nixons Scheduled Journey to Near East Postponed sheriff said and started to his aid He stepped on another line en route to Frohling Wright County Coroner Robert Eaton Clarion said both men were electrocuted immediately Watermiller then summoned help Workmen from the Central jStates were called to cut the wires iso officials could remove bodies Visiting Sister The three had been visiting sister who lives on a of Belmond and were y to Thornton Frohlings body was taken to Also in the raiding party were Funeral Home in Belmond IFuneral services will be held Mes jervey Reform Church Webbs I body w a s taken to the Wartby Under Orders to Home in Sheffield Funer al services are incomplete Don E Kuennen 21 and Donald I Ohm 18 both of Lawler were ating Soviet forjcharged that a mYmg clique in the Sheriff Gaylord Stuelke five dep at 2 D m at the e i g n dictaled to them but uties and seven state agents Push Morocco Reforms PARIS Edgar Faure was under orders from the Na killed and four companions were hospitalized Saturday night in a doctorjtion be diagnosed fully at either theof lasl Perfect Circle was off on an extended amplificalCherokee or Independence screenfoundrv notand company iew 01 tne KOCK tion of what has gone through theijno centers Inouneed it would reopen its closed Monday In a 500word letter printed byiof Vice bed on coasters the ila3zinc Communist November trip to the XearjFaures plan a position whichlconfesseci lie liaci made a because of President Eisenviolenceridd 111 fo the Soviet bowers tional Assembly Monday to push headon auto crash on a county ahead rapidly with his four mUes northwest of Ft reform program But there was noj Atkinson jimmediate indication of decisive The accident occurred atop a hill White Housenew government action uhen the car which Kuennen was announced postponement By a surprising 477140 vote theijjriving collided with one driven President Nixons schedjassembly early Sunday Monson 21 also of Law for home rule in with whom Ohm was riding ridden North African proJKuennen died at the scene of the tectoraie The debate before theaccidenl and Ohm died enroute to ijng centers u its ciuscuj thinking of his group as it sought Authorities had been the morning i It earnout its assignment Jon Feb S when be referred to the James C Hagerty presidential I vote made clear however thatj jSoviet Union as a country wherejpress said the trip is I many of the deputies will be outi autumn day foundations of Socialist socibeing postponed so that Nixon canlfor the Premiers scalp if he also ordered the temperature stood at 75jely continue to be available in Wash1 doesnt press on quickly with the neighboring town of Hagersi degrees Eisenhower wore pajaj Martial Authorities had been attempting piace the boy in a private chili The motor car hejdrens home following the filing of i016 neighboring town of Hagersi egrees isenower wore paa to preside at Cabinet andpromised reform pointed out obeys Newtons first ia complaint by Hansen throughtown and an area around the two ma 5W greeniplamed was that the Soviet Union National Security Council meetin law of motion a moving bodylAssistant County Attorney Howardiperfec Circle plants in Richmond continues in a straight line charging him with being deflected by some other Asja dependent and neglected long as a motor car continues in delinquent child k folafivnl v lino A w near the Ohio border The company said immediately it would reopen its New Castle a medical bulletin relatively straight line tragedy he ring foundry at condition continues to pro The posiponement announcement ii igress satisfactorily without does not occur jally shot and killed Darrell Sher If the vehicle however stops rill 8li a 22 caliber revolver iTlve hinory of this suddenly or changes its course which he had stolen The Sherrill does not Juslifv ones markedly the passengers areiboys body was found in a weed the to1cj an transaction plications in Wl Medica Opinion emergency C0m1ous and lOUS thrown with almost incrediblepatch near the Arp home after a conferoncc of Perfect Circle offir prospects that he will retire force against the steel structurewidespread search icials and the ClOUnited Auto at end of Present term of the automobile or against trees curbs or what have you Again and again observers marveled that the occupants of a EXACTRESS DIES Workers The Perfect Circle company had told the governor it doesnt feel HOLLYWOOD UPKAlice Jovce car mvdvedu a crash at a speed K lamor sfflentI of no greater than 30 mvles an HOJ greater hour have all been dead or near Dr Campbell continued died Sunday of a heart ailment come to bear when a person travel ing at that speed comes to a stop within 2 or 3 inches Ytvrt Multiplied by IN Upon striking the forward struc tures o the automobile at this speed and at this stopping dis stance forces equal to 180 times the weight of the individual must be absorbed A person can survive fall from a 14 4ory hitting the ground at 60 miles ani fcour U these forces are a CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 compelled to negotiate with law breakers CARDINAL DIES VIENNA Austria W Theodor were heightened however by exCardinal Innitzer 79yearold headi medical opinion that it is imiof the Roman Catholic Church in a Decorah hospital Critical Condition William Quirk 20 and Betty Lou jHomewood both of Lawler were j reported in critical condition at a Rochester hospital Quirk who suffered a broken jaw and leg jwas riding with Kuennen Miss jHomewood and her sister Janice were riding with Monson and a contradiction of numerjdents physicians disclosed he probi Joseph 72 founder of the MTrv and Janice Homewood official party decisions abiy will remain in the hospitalknoll Sisters a worldwide m condlton at ihere for at least four more weeksCatholic missionary order died of iand possibly five j peritonitis Sunday has already built a Socialist societywhile Eisenhower is convalescing c nr and is ready to pro1Nixon also was to have gone to to Communism JAfrica an error he said was the Mother Mary Joseph Dies at 72 came just a day after the Presi NEW YORK Marvi possible to say now whether heAustria died Sunday of a heart at will be physically able to run tack again While progress from his heart attack of Sept 24 has been satis factory and his morale is high he has agreed to a decision of his doctors to keep him at Fitzsimons Army Hospital for about another month The President who will observe his 65th birthday next Friday met with Vice President Sunday for the second day in a row Yugoslav Airliner Crashes 23 Saved VIENNA Austria Yugo slav airliner carrying 29 persons including 6 Americans Monday crashed in the Vienna woods The doomed pilot saved the lives of 23 persons by skillfully pancak ing the craft to earth where it burst into flames and burned j The 23 survivors were TAIPEI Formosa Unj some only slightly All scrambleddcrsecretary of State Herbert from the wreckage jusl before it Hoover Jr and Foreign Aid Chief burst into flames The tail broke John B Hollister leave for Manila off the Convair as Tuesday following a weekend visit HEAD FOR MANILA About The Weather Mason City Fair warm Iowa Continued pleasant Minnesota Clear cooler a Decorah hospital According to Pierce Anderson Winneshiek County sheriff both cars apparently were traveling at high speed He said it was the worst traffic accident in the county in many years Garland Morse highway patrolman assisted An derson at the accident scene Anderson said that Kuennen and NEWTON jvThe Maytag localjwith both sides bound to accept theiohm were the ninth and 10th traf of the CIO United Auto Workers results fic fatalities in Winneshiek county Union Monday made public an api letter said that undor theithis vear parent rejection of Fred Maytagsi Union in Apparent Rejection of Maytag Strike Proposal jit shuddered to a stop on Formosa FAIR union plan the strike would rhe dead in olher weekend acci over Thursday night following thejenti in tat iproposal to permit union while under your proposal esuueweie jto accept or reject what Maytagthe strike would still be on if the of called the companys final strikemembership refuses your last anrt MrsArnold Ludwig Lakt j settlement offer Clly Globe Gazette Bryan Dye president of the local j The letter closed by expressing1 Emmet E CaroJan Cedar Rap weather data upKvrote a letter to Maytag sayingkhat Dye called our deep to 8 Monjhe Maytag has turned down a that you are not willing to accept Dan Faetti 76 Fort Madison liv proposal for ending the 39dayour challonio o end the j Miss Ludwig died enroute to a Maximum 79 strike by refusing to accept a Karlier Maytag said hopital after a car in which she Minimum 48 union balloting proposition Tho rompam has made concoswas riding with five other toon At 8 5ti The union wants its members to sions on move than 30 union was in a collision with an YEAR AGO have a chance to vote on whether The company is bargainpclother car at a Canoil street mtcr Maximum 70 they prefer Mayings seUlenunt out I repeat again we have nothsection Sunday Four of the Minimtim 63 terms or those offered by the lurther to lagers and Lester Ayres 38 CarrotL i f   

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