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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSPArit THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS GIVE VOL LXH Lww GNM MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER II IttS TUi Papvr Cnuuts o tictjga Ike Dulles Draw Up Reply to Bulganin Troops Protect 70 NonStrikers Back at Work NEW CASTLE Ind employes Tues day went back to work by the dozens at the violencetorn Perfect Circle Corp foundry protected by National Guards men and full martial law J It was cleanup day at the plant where last Wednesday nine persons were wounded in a gun battle during a CIO United Auto State Acts in Transit Strike at St Louis Mammoth Traffic Jam DowntowQ ST LOUIS transit strike j Guard trooper stand at the entrance of the Perfect Circle Corp plant at Hagerstown Ind Workers demonstration The week strike began over a union clause in a new contract Company officials had expected 20 or 30 mostly supervisory employes to show up at a m to get the plant in shape for re opening of production Wednesday Instead about 70 reported for work some of them women Small Troopers turned the small foun dry into a fortress to prevent any demonstrations They fanned out to the Hagerstown and Richmond plants of Perfect Circle included in a martial law declaration signedjthat came with almost no warning Monday by Gov George N Craig j catching thousands unprepared to prevent more bloodshed in thejproduced a mammoth traffic jamf bitter strike j Tuesday in this metropolitan areai Workers arrived mostly in smallof lh millions j groups in private AFL streetcar and bus operatdrsj About 50 guardsmen were on dutyvoted the strike Monday night and in front of the plant Four Sberjthe transit system of the St Louis j man tanks stood in a parking lot Public Service came to a their motors running for in the early morning action if necessary i hours i But everything was quiet Only Gov Phil M Donnelly acting the five pickets allowed by court promptly under a state law prohib1 order patrolled the gates Theyjjting strikes in public utilities OTJ were orderly though they watched Idered seizure of the company intently as the nonstrikers entered ifective at 6 a m K J The foundry will be reopened for limited production Wednesday bmon officials said after after he under an order issued by a telegram from Gov to her George N Craig Monday j announcing the state was taking i Coroner Charles Larkin said the Martlet Lew over the company that they would jinterior of the car had been saaked Craig who has taken personal awat of seizure command in ttw anr action j organist Mildred Hitzman full martial law on New Castlei win respect the a divorcee disappeared a and a surrounding twocounty Eastpresident of the ago The Rev Paul W Buri containing persons j tors Traioti If the state has seized Ire5t pastor of her church and There is no law against an env016 company our officers will o congregation had plover operating his plant if ne what they can to get toe men backDeeii searching for her Monday can and that right will be jibe Rev Mr Burres pastor of by the Craig Tbf striking operators wereithe Wesley Methodist Church of said Labor may use its economicasked to a general memberjKaosas City and Loren force They both will do it nowjsniP meeting of the union at 8 17 spotted her car south without further j Unin Secretary John here near U S Highway 73 UAW leaders have warned thataddressing some 800 strikers at aj stopped benjnd ner car and All Alt m new crisis may boil up Wednesi morning meeting raerred to rewent up o door to tslk to ner day Union members that some operators whothe minister sajd Sne didnt Indiana are boiling mad they to complete their regulars Political Firings Refuted Coca Relinquishes TV Contract NEW YORK ttii who a sen sational television success as Sid Caasars sidekick has voluntar ily givtn up a multtmillion dollar contract with NBC following fail ure of her own individual pro gram last year Her contract with tht network Postmaster guaranteed her a minimum of Demo Charge Is Answered DETROIT General Norman R Abrams Tues day accused Sen Olin D Johnston DSC of downright distortion of facts in saying that postmasters have been fired by illegal and political means This administration will more ithan welcome any objective in quiry on the illegal and political removal of postmasters inferred over thoroughly and in Johnstons irresponsible and reckless A b r a m sf told a national convention of posti Funny that getting masters here I from guarantee a year and still had nine years to run Last year she re ceived about NBC pleaded with her not to relinquish the contract even though she has not been appear ing on any program this season However Miss Coca said I told them I already had Johnston made his charges in a T ji i j i i XT i j i statement announcing a sweep SIDE Bt by each others presence a union picket and a National investigation of the situation Abrams asserted The actual The plant one of several involved in last weeks riotings was reopened Tuesday for jfacts are smce jan 1953 cleanup a total of 538 postmasters out of Woman Burns to Death in Fire She Set LEAVENWORTH Kan 14VA Monday in an automobile her minister said she set afire a Army Reserve Groups Are Reorganized every year should be my idea of freedom But now I can do what I want I love television but the show I did on my own after the parting from Caesar who now has hit own program wasnt what I more than postmasters in the country have been removed Fund Shortage Of these 538 removals approxi mately half or 203 have been re moved for embezzlement of funds The remaining 335 postmasters can make my moves without were removed for poor managei thinking only of wished it to be I couldnt do anything I wanted in any other stage screen or night without first having to satisfy my NBC contract limitations Now I ment 164 failure to devote re quired time to duty 39 outside Miss Coca did not say so but it was believed the deaths this WASHINGTON The lowa sales to increase compensation Uytar of her mother and her hus legally 31 falsification of records band might havt had some in i3Q personal misconduct 22 failure fluence her decision She said she plans now to appear for a j8 theft of mail 18 mistreatment threeweek engagement jof employes 9 and illegal political at a Las Vegas hotel be Minnesota 103rd Division would be a combat unit under an Army answer official correspondence serve reorganization which now is virtually complete The Army announced President in First Meeting Details Not Made Public DENVER W President Eisen hower and Secretary of State Dulles Tuesday drew up an interim re jply to Russian Prime Minister JBulganins disarmament proposals The letter was drafted during a 25minute conference in E i s e n howers hospitalroom and was signed almost immediately by the President Dulles told a news conference that it would be made public as soon as it has been received in Moscow Dulles said that the President gave his approval to the address tie made to the American Legion Monday in Miami in which he said there will be no overall reduction in American military power until we can be sure others are follow ing the same course Fifst Mctting The meeting at Fitzsimons Army Hospital marked the Presidents conference with a member of lis Cabinet since he was stricken with a heart attack Sept 24 Dulles was at the hospital for an hour but much of this time ic was conferring with the Presi dents doctors Dulles told reporters he dis cussed eight separate matters with the President including 1 Preparations for the forth coming foreign ministers confer GEN A M GRUENTHER Gruenther Urges West to Integrate the change of mission tor 25 re y serve divisions and plans to reor a mf of the 538 Iganize many smaller units to meetlers was removed for po iconditicms of the atomic age Thelltical Abrams said j plans do not affect the 27 Nationi Meantime Sen Carlson RKan Guard divisions said in his Concordia home that Republicans would the Johnston investigation John ston is chairman of the Senate ginning Nov 1 ence at Geneva Oct 27 2 The acknowledgement that will and the union said it cannot responsible for what happens if Monday night had been fired chewed he said off The UAW also refused to join federal mediators in a negotiating session saying they could not bar gain with bayonets and Sherman tanks at our Named The governor named Daniel C PARIS tjP Gen Alfred M started the i Gruenther Tuesday urged the nation of Europe to integrate anr no air forces t0 meet any SUrpriie nnp i vvt i Y A UilC had a couple of These her mouth from t of the North Atlantic Trearv We saw her throw one in strength Secretary xf the Army Wilbur Brucker said that only those re serve units that will be required in the early stages of mobilizationiPost Office and Civil Senice are in the new Army reserve troopjmittee Carlson is the groups rank jing Republican member i Bruckers deputy assistant fori Large Number Johnston said committee invesl Franklin Orth said that under now are m ment reorganization plan 10 of the 25 lasrge number of He older rpsenp rfivixinnc havp heon Has anni reserve divisions have been des fv 1 Wlthra be given Premier Bulganins letter Ito President with jraferance to Eisenhowers proposal for blue printing an aerial inspection in a broad program of disarmament Dulles said the letter to go for ward Wednesday or Thursday is in the nature of an interim reply rather than a detailed answer The lengthy Bulganin not sent to the President under the date of Sept 17 Dulles said raised a IOWA CITY W The need many intricate points and and industrial developthe reply he and the President ore useful role for1 drafted did not cover everything was stressed at the but might be considered an acfc More Useful Role for Old People Sought said that public hear wifl held m Michigan TeS California Illinois Missouri Stat conference sponsored Gerontology at the NO Elaboration bfi fl Prof Wakeley of Iowa DuUeS Said ttere otner Dulles Olflei tnas b C said his committee has I tovn S f t I nf response to a question that he toicfved thousands of documents learn to involve older Young People Die in Crash the present air jdiation Board as his agent to explosion The backjsystem as jhave been ate the company His telegram oriss Bas out ine The integrated air force Of men showing that the postal inspection j reserve divisions service signed i devised community activi had discussed with the President Russias recent activities in the ground with much hae been Designated as maneu her action was not known out speed the 0 and crawled in low gear when it to move during the morn 4 vj I it I 1 Q v young people were killed rasl bour M night when their car crashed out to a bridge over Prairie Creek oniof car and on park U S 218 just south of the Cedarinf II could foimdwerei Bapids city limits relaxed i I T i W The bodies of Delos Richard Leej rejected a 12centani IS I rOCtOT VlClim ar was a mass c went off the road W y Coroner Larkin said the reason four main areas Northern Euroi ons pean central Europe Mediterrai senhower in Some of the methods used by this administration are strikingly had a very satisfactory talk with the he was interested alert and cy by employers to specify age i helpful with respect to alt the mat limits for workers He said theseJters we limits appear to be based on fear Meanwhile House Press Ineanand Britain Under the present NATO setup Tnttbe vriou air forces are under I OTjnationsl comrol ie ito civilian warning svstems similar to the methods used byjor the fact of high pension costs lames c iFagertyrVad Nazi Storm Troopers under Hitjand presumed lower efficiency ja meaical bulletin showing contin Johnston dedared L E Hfvfd Mmburn presHued satisfactorv progress by the i c tectic seems to be to of President after an eighthour sleep LQSt ieven UQyS ior scare a postmaster into subjcnticized communities which put iwhich left him refreshed and in a DES MOIXES Up his resignation Many thoujolder people to work on everyjcheerfu Sand ve Uus ather than collection dnve which comes The President told his doctors Only 11 Polio Cases in cases were reported ia5t A spokesman present at Gnieniweek boosting the total for thei 20 a student at Coe College andnour W3Se increase across the Mirian Jean Menneke also about board to be granted over a 27 j j rrw 4 j Awuvica J 20 both of Cedar Rapids were month period That was the rec4 died at an Otaunwa hospital mfles west of Paris said the intel For the same week last year 47 sp ithers closed meeting with thejyear to 495 the Iowa Health De OTTUMWA Adams I ministers at his headquarters 12partment said Monday t j i i r j i 1 i J I J J UUC V tttV AOJL V CdJ II discovered about 5 a m Tuesdayjommendation by a special medsaMonday about as hour after he grated plan has not been presentcases were reported making the by highway patrolmen making set up July 12 to endiwas nin over by a tractor drivened to aO the countries involved buttotal for 1954 at that dnte routine check along the highway prolonged deadlock A resident in the area said he heard a crash about p Monday Authorities said it looked as though the driver lost control of j the vehicle and it went off the highway The girl was apparently killed outright while Lee died of bisj injuries a short while later j Wagons Rotl Together Keosauqua Man Dies Two Airline Pilots Wife of One Die in Minnesota Crash SHAKOPEE Minn small amphibious plane carrying two couples home from a weekend oy his father Walter Adams onjadded 1 imagine it will go for jthe family farm near Batavia ward rather quickly Relatives said Stephen had opened a gate for his father butj as the tractor was going through ROCKETS ARRIVE VtNTENZA Italy artfl FAIRMONT Minn Jury Absolves Farmer In Deputys Slaying A grandj the opening the wind blew the gatelery batten armed with Honest jury Monday night absolved Elmer and knocked Stephen under the wheels John rocket has arrived Sherburn farm Germany to bolster Araerer of blame in the Sept 10 fatal a flgfat to 5ave thar iHagerty said be thoroughly en L E January of the SUIjjoyed the visit with Dulles And of Medicine 5id there is i In view of his satisfactory condi to be gained by restrictingjtion afterwards indications were activity of persons with heart disjthat other officials will be brought ease beyond controlling symptoms m for conferences this week Most such persons he said arej physically able to live usefully CASINO CLOSES Cousin of Mamie Eisenhower Dies GUL PRT Ml6 There are seven other children ican forces in Itaiy The rocketsshooting of Urhammer a the fflmilv arp for atnmir Hpniitv i SAME OATE19S44W are designed for atomic special deputy sheriff hunting trip crashed in Minnesota river bottom lands Monday night KEOSAUQUA Two wagons i killing hvo Northwest Air Lines apparently rolled together and pilot captains and the wife of one crushed a farmer to death near A fourth occupant Mrs Donald here Monday King wife of one of the victims The body of Harry Davis 52 was lay unconscious for hours before found pinned between the two wagthe wreck was discovered shortly ons in a field on the farm he teni after 8 Tuesday anted seven miles northwest of The dead were Donald King 45 here Authorities said Davis hadi former vice president in charge of filled the two wagons with corn Northwest Air Lines Orient Divi and apparently was caught bejsion Charles Ryan 43 pilot of the tween them as he was attempting era shed plane and his wife Mrs Reds Claim French Rule Is Too Harsh LAS VEGAS Nev three milliondollar Moulin Rouge only interracial hotel and casino herej jhas been padlocked because of financial Iti is the third Las Vegas hotel jto have undergone financial lrnm N jculties in recent month Mlss Eisenhower dar at atlV Be PARIS tfVA Communist charge that Premier Edgar Faures government is using methods too harsh in trying to stamp out re bellion Tuesday opened the National Assemblys threeday debate on Algeria Pierre Fayet a Communist deputy from Algeria was first to lake the speakers stand Only about 150 of the Assemblys 627 deputies were present Fayet said newspaper reports indicated there were scenes of horror in Philippeville as the French struck back at rebels who had slain scores of French in the uprising last Aug 20 tionalists Faure was expected to win a grudging endorsement for his policy of military action against the terrorists and guerrillas The Assembly has approved home rule for Frances otlier North African territories the protectorates of Tunisia and Morocco but unlike them Algeria constitutionally is a prt of France The bulk of the deputies neither want to let the territory go nor give its eight million Moslems the samerights that the residents of European origin enjoy The grim daily reports of terrorist activity in Algeria continued to flow across the Mediterranean At Bouderbaia a dozen rebels armed About to couple them together to towjLoms Ryan 41 Kings wife wasj He said the harshness of the French reprisals only aggravated with tommy guns and rifles shot down a native municipal councilor them away brought to a Shakopee hospital inj the situation critical condition Premier Faure excused himself from attending all nf the debate The pontoonequipped fourplace He said he lost so much time durinc last weeks crucial Assembly crashed around 7 Monl debate on Morocco that he had to catch up on his offive work Interior GETS OFFICE DES MOINES tfDr R Schreffler Iowa City Monday was on the farm of Edwin Minister Maurice Bourgesmounoury was sitting on the government president of the Iowa Chiroia retired pilot Smith saidj bench Assn jhe recognized all of the the romnitmiMs the only faction favoring the Algerian na in the market square At Douar Souhalia 15 terrorists set a grocery day store afire and cut a 17yearold girls throat Near Marnia the bodies Maximum 79 of thjce kidnaped Moslems of French citizenship were found under Minimum 50 a pile of stones their throats cut At 8 58 The Fnnch struck back at a band which raided the European YEAR AGO residential district lemmapes killing 3 and taking 30 others Maximum prisoner j Minimum 54 The Weather City Showers Cloudy cooler Minnesota Cloudy cooier Mon iwest ern University and traveled ex pensively with her late parents Mr land Mrs Eli Dotid Boone She lived for many years in Oak Park before settling on the Mississippi Gulf 17 years ago The body uili be taken to Boone for burial Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Tues Truck Driver Stops Off I Highway Then Dies CENTERVILLE i George Light Davenport truck driver died alongside the highway near here Monday night after be icoming ill on the road Highway i Patrolman Jim Douglas said Light 1 j managed to park the truck on the shoulder then apparentlv suffered a fatal heart attack he w a ClOOOY jclimbms out of the cab b   

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