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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North loves Doily Newspaper tor to Ikm MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWirAtfR A T MAKES ALt NOtTH I O W A N HOME EDITION VOL LXII UlttM Pnw Luw WUw MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOSI R 17 IMS Thii Two ttcUatf 7 38 Dead in New Eastern Floods WEEKEND POLITICS Both Parties in Optimistic Note From Our Wire Services Republican National Chairman Leonard W Hall Monday predicted the GOP would win next years presidential elec tion because Americans want continued peace prosperity and He said the record of President Eisenhower is the platform on which we will campaign Democratic National Chairman Paul M Sutler was just as opti mistic about his partys chances of winning in 1956 Butler said he was convinced after a trip through Southern states that the Democrats would win back the Solid South next year and elect the next Presi dent Hall in a speech to Republican Women of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia told his listeners toj drive home the solid One Mens A Ridw ly W URL HALL tditor BROADCAST SCMEOULi CCLO U30e IU WTAD Octet VOL Successes vs Failures TOURING this week observ ance Oct 16 to 24 it is fitting that we should take a cri tical look at the world peace or ganization which set up for busi ness just ten years ago What do we find in the overall record Certainly there have been some good fruits No fairminded person would or could deny that But the fact stfll remains hasnt done the one thing above all others that it was supposed to do i NORTHEASTERN SOCKED waters brought about lishments of this Republican ad fay hfiavy rains Sunday played particular havoc at Nonvalk Conn Busi neM houses built over the Xonralk River collapsed The sign in the 3e GOPs most importj ant achivement is that our nation j is at He said the GOP had ended the stalemated war in Korea and made other vita con tributions to world peace and se j Grt Advice j Advice to both parties camej from Chairman Joseph L Rauh of Americans for Democratic Action a political action group espousing New Deal and Fair Deal principles Rauh told a New Jersey state ADA convention Republicans should drop Vice President Nixon as a 1956 presi dential possibility because Rauh said the independent voter will never swallow And Democrats should remember AP Wirephotos foreground is from one store that was swept down the river At right it was anything but a Sunday driving day at Danbury Conn Flood waters made transportation impossible except for trucks France Moves to End Morocco Strife RABAT Morocco rorridden protectorate and said terrorism were reported througha climax Tuesday afternoon when Three Persons Die on Roads Toll Hits 491 installed four whitehooded Morocjits first task would be to form Morocco And Frenchmen and can leaders as a throne council injrepresentative government to dejMoslems still were killing each j a move that pleased neither the najfine the permanent links between I other in the Riff Mountains tionalists nor the diehard French j France and Morocco settlers who warned of violence toj While the 108yearold grand vizjcil was a major move by PremierjSpain and a flat charge by Resident come Ijer of Morocco was reading the i Edgar Faure to save his Pierre Boyer de Latour The throne council promised a j proclamation in the imperial paljment in the bitter National Assemj that French troops were fired on new and democratic era for the terlaces Hall of the Viziers acts oflbly debate at home which comes to last week from Spanish Morocco and that Spanish denials that Riff By The Three persons died in weekend accidents on Iowa highways boost they are the party of liberalism jng the 1955 Iowa motor vehicle jand that compromise and timidity jeath toll to 491only 7 short of It hat averted and H never won elections for marjj for same date last net lessened the the past any more than they inill war en the part of constituent wil1 in nations Nixons name Ncw York vvitil cropped up in arrival of Cali And if I stopped here you would be left believing that 1 do not Gov Goodwin J Knight Latest reported lieve in the United Nations and its for a serics speeches at GOP was Willis Donal potential for good The exact con trary of that statement is true I DO believe in I believe in it to the extent that I want it equipped to camout its primary function in our world I want to see war eliminated as the final determiner of quarrels between nations This can this must be done if civilization is to survive But I see no possi bility of this from the kind of meetings Knight had been criticized by Nixon supporters in California for year Two Iowa as also died in highway accidents in other states during the weekend fatality in Iowa Donald Jacobson 17 Jesup who was killed early Sunday when the car he was driv ing missed a turn near the inter Installation of the throne coun Faure has posed a vote of confi dence The North African situation was snarled further by a quarrel with 4 States Are Hit Hardest Loss Climbs Into Millions By The Associated Press A threeday battle of the ele ments eight miles high rained death and property destruction of many millions on six Northeastern states over the weekend The toll of persons known or sumed dead rose to 38 The sun broke through leaden clouds in New York City and other areas Monday and the New York Weather Bureau said the worst wai over From his sickbed in Denver President Eisenhower issued as surances of aid to the stormstrick en sectors Val Peterson director of civil defense boarded an Army plane to inspect the flooded areas and report back to the President Not Finished Army Navy Coast Guard Civil Defense units police and firemen toiled throughout the weekend in rescue and salvage efforts but his announced plan to lead thejsectjon of a COUnty road and High states big delegation to the Re publican national convention next year as a nominal candidate for president even if that pitted him against a Nixonpledged slate Not Candidate Knight said Im not a candi date for president even if Presi way 20 east of Jesup and over turned Pinned Under Car Authorities said Jacobson was thrown out and pinned under the car Louis A Johnson 16 of near Independence a passenger was in jured slightly when his leg became we now have Its a glorified dedent Eisenhower doesnt seek reicailght in a door bating society It can argue endelection and Nixon is all right Mr ancj with me if hes nominated It de pends on what the Presidents wishes New Yorks Republican Atty Gen Jacob K Javits said it would be logical to assume his states GOP delegation to the convention would offer former Gov Thomas E Dewey as a favorite son can didate for president Javits on a Waterloo were lessly and reach only innocuous conclusions for the most part and Until there is a body of law extending to the world dimension and a police force capable of deal ing with individuals and nations who violate that law and wrong their neighbors its folly to expect much from All of this I would like to TV program was the clearly established before I New York Republican ifire further into this visit with you mention Dewey recently as a Hurt Critically yied to nobody in my belief Dewey j Don Graham 44 Waterloo who Sidney killed Watkins Saturdav night in a collision near Vinton on Highway 218 Authorities said a car driven by Watkins collided with an empty semitrailer transport and was vir tually wrapped around the front of the semis tractor unit The heavier vehicle rammed the car backward nearly 200 feet into a and both vehicles caught Note More Opposition to Margarets Wedding terrorists have come from the Spanish zone go against the But Faure was pinning hope bringing peace to the Moroccan protectorate on the throne counci which will replace two rival sul tans ousted by the LONDON Margaret returned to London Monday from Mohammed ben Youssef two years a weekend in the country with Peter Townsend amid reports of injago and Sidi Mohammed ben Mou creasing opposition to their marriage in royal circles and some secilay Arafa two weeks ago tions of the Church of England j A warning of French trouble Hundreds of Londoners assembled at the gate got only a fleetingjcame from the extreme rightwing glimpse of the Princess as she drove through the Clarence House gatesjmovement of French settlers who a RollsRoyce accompanied fay i claim the throne council is illegal jher lady in waiting Lady Irisjand that only bloodshed can result iPeake and her bodyguard Detecj And formation of the council tive Fred Crocker Only a few minbrought a howl of protest from the their work is far from done The American Red Cross said about families have been af fected in the storm Connecticut each in New York and New Jersey and 700 in ennsylvania Dozens of bridges and roads are washed out rail transportation is snarled or suspended power lines are down and struggling citizens in many communities face the dan ger of contaminated drinking wa ter Ike in Visit With Wilson Adm Radford DENVER J President Eisen bower re viewed the national dej fense picture with his top military advisers Monday after getting a personal report on government ef forts to provide relief in the flood disaster in the Northeastern states Secretary of Defense Wilson and Adm Arthur W7 Radford chair man of the Joint Chiefs of Staff drove immediately to the Presi dents quarters at Fitzsimons Ar utes earlier the Queen Mother had returned from Windsor Castle Townsend was expected to return nationalists who said inclusion of a fourth man would i vtfl h r tested by Diane swung into scales in favor of the French setmediate thk HmP later in the day to the home of tiers Originally Faure planned a meuaie ims the Marquis of Abergavenny injlhreeman council and this had Hardest Hit Lowndes Square where he is a nationalist backing j Hardest hit in the current catas guest during his leave from hisj The councils first act was exjtrophe was rich Fairfield County The three days of rainfall ranged from inches in New York City to more than 11 inches in Danbury Conn This compares vrith a high of 17 inches in some areas during Hurricane Diane last Aug 1819 Officials said deaths and proper ty damage would be far below that caused by Diane That hurricane produced flash floods which caught communities unprepared In the atest stormr residents had time to make preparations which saved lives and property Disaster teams im post in Belgium No Word Ipected to be the appointment ofjin Connecticut Ben Slimane former Pasha of Fez of New York a commuter area City Fortyeight There still was no official wordito form a Moroccan towns in the region and in western on whether the Queens sister and the handsome air force hero will millions of Brit ons are convinced they will The Duke of Edinburgh hus band of Queen Elizabeth II was said to be advising strongly Ben Slimane was in Paris await ing official word of his appoint ment The new government will consist of 12 members representative of Moroccaninterests and will be charged with negotiating a new re communities south of Waterbury felt the brunt of the ravaging flood waters Most of these areas had been spared by Hurricane Dianes punch which ripped up other Con necticut cities and towns The storm blew in the vicia against a union between the 25lationship between Morocco andjity of Cape Hatteras Friday yearold royal beauty and the dijFrance It was generally believedmorning By night it had centered Mine is a greater loyalty than is that of some who want the or ganization to hobble along on a crutch and a cane President Eisenhower in an ad dress at the 10th anniver sary rites at San Francisco earlier this year condensed into these words his feeling toward I pay respectful tribute to you whose faith and patience and cour age and wisdom have brought it through ten tumultous frequently discouraging sometimes terrifying often Without the That there have been headed the GOP national ticket KEY TO ROMANCE Signifi cance is speculated Ln Britain into the fact that Dr Geoffrey my Hospital after from Washington They were accompanied by thej jPresiderits brother Dr Milton Eii their arrival Ivorced Royal Air Force hero would be given home rule j over the New York metropolitan be 41 next month i similar to that granted recently toj area There it paused pinned down There were unconfirmed rumors i Tunisia jby a high that the Archbishop of Canterj 1944 and 1948 Harold E Stassen the Presi dents special assistant on disarm ament said on a separate TV pro gram that I do not consider my self a candidate even if Eisen hower doesnt run A former Min nesota governor who has sought the GOP nomination in past years Stassen said he has given no one any goahead to promote him as a candidate with his wife and son James 15 was a passenger in the Watkins was reported in critical con dition at a Waterloo hospital A Cedar Rapids man Gerald Wolfe 48 was killed Saturday when his truck and an auto collid ed on Route 65 near Aurora 111 Billy Gene Culland 24 Spring Hill was killed Saturday when his car overturned south of Taylor about two miles from the ArkansasLouisiana line Fischer archbishop of Canterjsenbower president of bury and Queen Elizabeth and other members of the royal fam ily will dine together Wednesday The archbishop spiritual head of the Church of England is a key figure in royal romances GROUP TO MEET DES MOINES Iowa NEW HIGH WASHINGTON new hishl in attempts to solve internationalme Hoover Commission will meet f difficulties by the principles of thcjxuesday and Wednesday with charter none can deny That there oui state administrative jv t t hn0n Antv tho will duminibu dm e Businesses from April through have been victories oaiy tne wuiiat uje statehouse to discuss fully blind can fail to see and means of streamlining state vania State University PennsylDUIT the top prelate of the estabi lished Church of England would Wilson declined to say what he would talk to the President about other than some pending appoint ments which he said needed presi dential approval The President got the reports on federal disaster operations fromj New Secretary James C Hagerty as he continued to make steady voice his disapproval publicly if the supposed engagement was made official J Morning Ride j Townsend went for an early Rudd Farmer Sued for on Loan Fraud Count morning horseback ride DUBUQUE civil suit for progress from Sept 24 his heart attack To newsmens questions about the romance he replied sharply Leave it will you Have you had a pleasant week end Townsend was asked the handsome air hero i CO tuc OAA 11 The feyearold Chief ied ven leasant one sat up in a chair in his room for 30 minutes had a sun bath on Have you changed your plans the terrace outside his room when his bed was rolled out and newsman asked Townsend replied then nearly damages a tugn pressure center over i northern New England As a re sult there has been a continuous feed of rainbearing southeasterly winds over the Northeast Here is the situation in areas hit the hardest CONNECTICUT Five known dead and 10 persons missing and jpresumed dead Norwalks business nome daniage was estimated Melvin Apel Floyd County farmer i at wdl over fouf mjjljon has been filed in Federal Court nne L7s Rubber 1mts Nau rV attorney general of gatuck knocked out and ft the United States Apel lives nearjcompany said 5000 workers would i j i i be out of jobs temporarily Daa A federal grand jury indictment burv and stamford gul ui a criminal suit against Ape for damauc fraudulently obtaining loans and payments from federal farm agen burv and Stamford suffered multi NEW persons But clear it is that without the United Nations the failures would still have been written as failures into history And certainly with out this organization the victories could not have been achieved Instead they might well have been recorded as human disasters These the world has been In the remainder of the address President Eisenhower pretty much confined himself to generalities He spoke as hosts dont ordinarily go around picking quar rels and starting arguments with their guests But in the days when Eisenhowi could speak us an individual j and voice hi views with out fear of the consequences he never evidenced any fear that CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 was reported Monday SAME DATE Blftrk infflo death in day afternoon Meanwhile a medical bulletin recently was postponed due to ill YORK Eleven about perso am some hesitation Ilcies was delivered Mav 3 A lurvu tl n A mmUtPS changed because hearing in that case set for T jl haven t any government operation About The Weather Mison City Clearing cool Fair and cool MinrmoU Freezing Globe Gazette eather data upj 8 a m Mon day Maximum 58 Minimum 36 At 8 a m 40 YKAR AGO j Maximum 58 Minimum 35 Westinghouse Struck for Second Time in a Month dropped all reference to the Presj jidenfs temperature since it has Peron DriVCS Away to Internment on Ranch been normal for so many days Knierim Man Dies of Explosion Injuries ASUNCION Paraguay D Peron drove away to internment ness of one of Apels lawyers The new suit filed Satunlav al leges Apel fraudulently obtained loans and payments under the Ag riculture Stabilization and Conser vation program of the fx JUVl Maiiv V Department and under the Com1 town of Ellonville just beginning to recover from Hurricane Diane suffered damage Nine hundred families in Ulster County alone were evacuated The Big Mohawk River FAIR PITTSBURGH electri cal workers Monday struck at the Westinghouse Electrical Corp for the second time in little more than a month Leaders of the CIO Internation al Union of Electrical Workers is sued the nationwide strike order at midnight Sunday night after the deadline rolled around with no contract settlement Negotiations continued until There was no indica tion whether they would resume The strike call went out to went a foot over but was reced line in the Schenectady and Am on a ranch in southern Paraguav moclltv Credlt CorPloan cnnver terdam areas Jsion proaram Marvin 10th anniversary ofi In the criminal case Apel waS demonstration which cnarged witn falsifying and con FORT DODGE Nimkc 25 Knierim died at a pital Sunday of burns and injuries thrust him to supreme power in suffered Saturday afternoon in a fire and explosion at a gasoline bulk plant at Knierim Argentina At 5 a his car left the home of wealthy friends in the Paraguay The explosion apparently an capital where he has been slay llthi touched off by a spark from aniing since his exile from Argentina cealing information to obtain CCC crop loans and of delivering to a government agency corn not wholly described in the crop mortgage The Story of a Train That Went Nowhere some members in 29 plants Some 30odd other West inghouse operations not af fected Disputed issues include wages rules for time studies of nonincentive workers and length of contract Both sidos turned down M i ielectric motor operating a month ago He was headed fort houi propoal winch would have as Ximkp ajlhc ncar Villarrica where the MIAMI averted the strike for a while at uanjj xvith which ho government has promMonday hurled winds of lli miles ing the train was still in Grand least The union was free to jfarm clelheries The truck and thoised to intern him Argentina haclper hour upon the Dominican KeiCentral Station held up by the Mrike under a reoponinc jbuildinj in which Ninike that Peron be interned farjpublie with only a few hours The railroad served break clause in the current twoyear working completely from the bordfr so he crmldiins threaleninc low landers with fast and then the passengers got contract expiring next year strovcd not cause trouble flooding rains and dangerous tides off to find other transportation NEW YORK When passen gers boarded the New Haven Rail iroads overnight sleeper Saturday i night they expected to wake up in Katie Boston They didnt In the morn   

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