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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1955, Mason City, Iowa Nofftfc lows Daily far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NIWSFAPEft THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS MEI6HSOKS HOME EDITION VOL LXII rnw Uaitod FMM Fill Seven Cento Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 24 IMS Thi Pijwr CMUtete of Two twUno On Big Ministers Agreed on Strategy 5 in Accidents One Mans Opinion A Raette Commentary W EARL HALL Editor SCHEDULf WTAD Qvtoer WOL If I Lived in the Deep South K vigorously worded article in a professional publication which reaches me in my role of newspaper editor is responsible for this particular visit with you In this piece 1 was accused of prac ticing an unfair brand of journal ism Maybe thats putting it a little too bluntly I wasnt singled out for this indictment I merely share it with the editors of practically other northern publications magazines as well as newspapers And the person doing the charg ing is T R Waring of the Charles ton S News and Courier Perhaps I can get down to the1 eore of things best by dipping into Mr Warings article titled South ern for a significant or two All Victims Lived in North Iowa 3 Killed in One Crash weekend three of f C LAPHAM P C Lapham Charles City Heart Victim Five persons died in auto accidents in Iowa ithem in one beadon collision near Zearing Killed in the crash on U S Highway 65 a mile and a half south of Zearing Sunday night were Richard William Bruns 18 of near Ackley Rudolph Gerhard Nelson 57 Humboldt and his wife Verna 54 Two other persons Mr and Karl Andersen Humboldt were hospitalized at Nevada with in juries The two cars both 1955 were demolished SAAB WINKERS Leaders of the Saar Valleys pro German political parties which opposed the French pro posal to Europeanize the border territory give forth with cheers following announcement of the election results Left AP Wirephoto to right are Dr Hubert Nev of the Christian Democrat Union Kurt Conrad Socialist Party Dr Heinrich Schnei der Democratic Party and Richard Becker Christian Democratic Union P near Panora nD Dygert home by A Johnson daughter had for where he was a freshman j iat Iowa State College when the i accident occurred He had spent the weekend at home Nelsons and Andersens had1 France West Germany Act Swiftly to Counter Crisis After Election in Saar Iowa Cjt and were One side the side in onson a turning home The Nelsons have a favor of racial integration a at SUI and the Nelsons getting the headlines in the AmeriiMoines had Boated dinhave a Mn tbere can press today The failure of newspapers and magazines to tell more than one jade of tbe race does not inspire confidence Claims Unfair The South Carolina editor went on to explain that his reference in ner at the Dygert home Rites Tuesday Funeral services wffl be at An accident west of Charles City Saturday night claimed the life of Albert Marreel 44 Osage when Tuesday at the First Baptists nis Pickup truci plunged down a Church with the Rev R N Benesteep embankment beside diet officiating Burial will 218 and 18 with Masonic rites in the Osage Cemetery Also Hurt A passenger riding with Marred A memorial fund has been setiJames Myers about 24 also of Tax Hearing in Mason City to Be Nov 16 The Iowa Taxation Study Com1 mitree has set Wednesday Nov Highas the time for the first of what it is hoped a series of grass roots conferences on The meeting wfll be held at the this is not to editorial opinions of up at tie Charles City High SchooliOsage was hospitalized in Osage newspapers and magazines which to take the place of flowers Twoiwith shoulder injuries as he explained are their own af Rather it was to news memorial services willbe held at iv the Tuesday Many be added believe the nationally circulated press has abandoned objectivity in favor of promoting racial integra tion Here I should pause to explain fhat Mr Waring made one excep tion to the role He gave U S News World Report a bffl of Toward the close of the Carolina editors article there was this lament White Southerners are feeling more and more like an op pressed minority There is no central voice for the white South school for students Schools will be the afternoon The body will lie in state in the church from 10 till noon The Highway patrolmen said a as a carpenter Hotel Hanford in Mason City start ing at 10 It will be an open meeting to which anyone inter ested in the tax problem can atj Special groups that will be in include representatives from Thev related as he nearedlnewspapers county supervisors Indian Summer in Turns to WINTER IN A HURRY By United Prest first wintry weither of season across tht na tions midsection Mondny complete with zero tempcnturts and 4inch snow falls The huge mass of cold Canadian air drove from the DakoUs deep into the Texas Panhandle Indian summer weather gave way to below freezing almost in a twinkling over vast areas At FVaser the first reading of the season was registered early Monday had 4 inches of snow Denver almost 3 and International Falls 1 Snow which melted as it fell was reported in parts of Wyo ming Kansas Nebraska Iowa and Wisconsin The cold struck with dramatic suddenness knocking 13 de grees off the mercury in one hour at Dallas Tex At Chicago the temperature zoomed to a balmy 78 Sunday only to skid to 40 by early Monday Residents of Valley Reject Shift in Status SAARBRUECKEN Saar Si French Premier Edgar Faurer and Set for Russian Confab New Problems Are Aired PAKIS Big Three for eign ministers under the shadow of crisis in the Saar and the Mid dle East reached complete agreement Monday on much of their strategy for the forthcoming Geneva talks with Russia French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay announced the complete agreement on proposals for Ger man unity and European security when he emerged from a meeting with U S Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and British Foreign Secretary Harold MacMillan Renewed Unity This pronouncement of renewed Western unity came in the light of these related diplomatic develop ments 1 In a referendum Sunday the Saarlanders rejected a proposed statute to Europeanize their tiny state which lies between France and Germany 2 The result a major defeat for French foreign policy threatened to revive FrancoGerman animos ity and renew old hatreds 3 The government of Saar Pre mier Johannes Hoffman resigned in the face of the defeat of the refer jendum which it had supported 4 West German Chancellor Kon rad Adenauer and French Premier Edgar Faure vowed in an exchange of telegrams to save the friendship between two desPite Funeral of arrangements Mr Lapham came Citv DWM The is iTchalse an overPas5 he slarted to a tatters school officers assessors is in cnargei f j to Charles car just ahead of him At the same time that car started to pass a third vehide in 1927 as superintendent of schools Prior to that time he Tbe PickuP sideswiped a cleaniserved as principal of the schoolsicar Driven by Edward R Gresham iat New Hampton for 11 years 1 Arlington then went off a farm groups bankers and labor i ganizations from a dozen counties surrounding Mason City j Sen Herman M Knudson secj retary of the tax committee who is j planning the Mason City These were strong They add up to a sobering indictment against me and most other editors State President throughout H He was the state in was state president of the tional councfl of the Iowa High School Music Committee and was chairman of the board of the Iowa High School Councils la 1953 Mr Lapham was given the Rotary Club award for comIf1 c jmunity service to Charles Citv Helce 45foot embankment I is eager to make an excellent Rites will be held Tuesday here inasmuch as this Thornton Youth Loses Arm in Car Accident The left arm of a 12vearold boy was torn off at the shoulder ins at Savior Lutheran Meeting will determine whether a traffic accident on a county road five mfles north of Meservev at Church in Osage Burial will be in j farther similar grass root conferJT Sundav r i4 jGrafton Marreel is survived by his wife Dorothy two daughters Linda 7 and Diane 3 and one son Lee 5 Five brothers also survive They Roy and George Osage Maur Mason City and ences will be held over the state Sen Knudson returned Saturday The lad Harry Harms son of Taas Harms of near Meservey reported in serious condition in a Belmond hospital Sheriffs deputies said the 1939 night from a three day meeting of their own time paid their own ex the tax committee at which theses to the hearing is evidence time and place for this first meet0f the increasing interest in the030 car m wlucn Harry was nd i German Chancellor Konrad Adet naucr moved swiftly Monday toj any temporary setback counter a crisis brewing between i T their two nations as a result of Dernier and Foreign Saars 2 to I rejection of the Mose arnved m to Europeanize the rich to f56 forflgn vajjev i ministers and with his key ambas sadors from Washington Moscow Faure and Adenauer exchanged Lond Paris and Rome about telegrams expressing their Middle East tenskm toon that the outcome of the Saar j 6 ltalian officials and plebiscite Sunday must not be al nment press hailed a weekend lowed to upset relations to Rome bv as insw France and West Germany a more for Italv Butalready thevote had toppled in the Western alliance Dulles wai reported to have promised to con sult Italy on major issues continue the fight for Italian admission to the United Nations but to have de dined to raise Italy and Germany to the same status as Britain and France in western councils Though it loomed largely in the background the ministers did not tackle the thorny Saar issue Mon day They may bring it up later when the German Foreign Minister Heinrich von Brentano joins the group the Saars proFrench premier and heightened demands from other German leaders for return of the GennartspeaMng coal and steel territory the Reich held be fore World War n New Solution In Bonn the West German gov ernment called for a new solu tion of the A communique issued after a Cabinet meeting said this new solution must serve Ger manFrench cooperation and the aim of European ing was determined said the senator theeoldr The committee Saturday night Most of the legislators presented If on The communique left open the u j jmumtY actvice tu ui jceiaiaivi a wucujcl dnuulcr at could of course dismiss actve jn M d itviWalter Austin Minn sisterscompleted a throedav meetingthe viewpoint of the public out to sumjtempt to settle the ancient dispute whole thing But that isrrt theaffairs jn m Osage Mary and Mrs Carl and its members according to Sen comments thev made The suagesimon wwaSstrucklshould be made by France and rourse I decided to follow Cjtv Osage aim surrivc Knudson were elated over the pertions varied including by an dnven byGermany alone or whether iti WASHINGTON popu is survived by his wife ai MrsJ Emmetssonal appearance of 72 members proposal io abolish personal H 20 tu be Put to newlycreatedUation gained between 1950 um Mr waring Mrs jonnson of Monday in Holy Family i of the 56th General Assembly who ierty taxes increased sales and or I hanJ f was the i sevennation West European and July i 1954 the Census Bu jBarbara hvo sons Esthenille of injuries were present for the legislators income taxes school cfur In seeking a new solution thejreau reported Monday The state sources at command Ive tried to obtain my the Southerners slant on the whole race question including school in In the task Ive been greatly aided by conversation and Tolumioous correspondence with wonderful friends from thej Beep south who sit with me on the Want Merger Probe Lowell W Lapham Cleveland in an autornobDe Dr Lewis J Lapham Sunday and a sister Joyce also of j Cleveland Rail Brotherhoods managing boards of at least two national organizations Because we see eyetoeye on most other questions that present themselves to us for action I am WASHINGTON tfi The major railroad brotherhoods Mo n d a asked an investigation of reports that a merger is brewing between Chicago Milwaukee St Pauli merce Commission to step in and prevent theproposed rerouting ofj five ChicagoWest name trains bej tween Chicago and Omaha Neb forced to concede the possibility of their being right in this obseriand Pacflc Railroad and the Chi vation Ive had from them a and NorQ3 Western Railway dred times If you were in our youdi At tne raij feel precisely as we feel about this lons UtSed Interstate Corn question Itfr So much by way of preface Now lets get down to bedrock And I think Ill start off by reciting what Ive concluded from my con tacts with my Southern friends and the Southern pressare the princi pal ingredients in their approach to the racial question 1 The problem is one for the South to solve Outside help even from the Supreme Court of Hie United States U not appreci ated J The States RigMs guaratv tee which made possible ratifi cation ef the Constitution has been submerged to judicial ca price in the high tribunals de segregation opinion 3 There are numerous for racial segregation in CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 The Weather Mason City Somewhat wanner Jowa Fair and warmer Minnesota Clearing cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Mon day Maximum 49 Minimum 23 At 8 a m 32 Prec 15 YEAR AGO Mnximum 71 FAIR Minimum 19 i liquor by the drink and man out when the collision oc curred The Harms car was knocked about 148 feet down the road Deputies were unable to de termine just how the boy had been injured Josten was hospitalized with se vere facial lacerations Harrys brothers who were unhurt include Benny driver of the car and Larry and Taas Jr States Population Up Since 50 overwhelming will of the Saar i had a total population of population must be taken into acon July 1 last year compared with Iowa Falls Woman Injured in Accident ROCKWELLMrs George Brownlee 64 Iowa Falls suffered chest injuries and a fractured leg Sunday evening in the car in which the communique said A whopping per cent of all eligible Saarlanders went to the polls Sunday and turned down the European status plan per cent to per No Incidents There were no incidents during the balloting after a turbulent campaign The borl ders of the tiny area between France and Germany were sealed to prevent possible infiltration byj agitators A fivenation neutral commission supervised the at the end of the regular 1950 census Within minutes after the final t I she was riding collided with a semireturas W6re reported carly Mon1 trailer truck miles west of here The accident occurred on the highway 65 detour Mrs Brownlee was riding in a car driven by her husband As the automobile at i tempted to turn west it hit the rear day Premier Johannes Hoffman announced he was resigning out of respect for the will of the peo He promised immediate par liamentary elections certain to set wheels of a truck driven bviup a new government pledged to j Jerry Moore 23 Hampton whowork for sPecciy rcumon of the was attempting to turn north onSaar Wlth Gormanv the same corner Brownlee was taken to Mercy Hospital in Mason City Mr Brownlee was not injured in I the accident MICHENER MARRIES CHICAGO itf Author James Michentr 48 whose books often SCENE OF A demoli ered arm arrow of Harry Harm ished auto driven by Lerov Josten Klemme and beltor be rms of near Thornton at the edge of a count v road mhine H Cr SAME DATE19S45OT traffic 4 hooni In Initial Story by Hitlers Personal Valet on Page 20 Heinz Linge Hitlers per sonal valet just freed after 11 years in a Russian concery tration camp writes of the Fuehrers years of glory and of his inevitable decline of the great figures of pre war days of Hitlers rela tionship with Goering and Eva Braun of the attempt on Fuehrers life of why Britain was never invaded He writes of the attempt to assassinate Hitler in July 1944 of that fateful moment on April 30 1945 when the lights went out for for Hitler The fare well to Goebbels the good byes to Linge the last salute the pistol shot the suicide of Eva Braun and the carry ing out of Hitlers final in structions Detailed intimate secret revelations of the Fuehrer by the man who knew him best of all STARTING IN THIS ISSUE PAGE 20
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