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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 11, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H E NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A L L 0 JO WANS N I I G H B O R S HOME EDITION VOL LXM Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires r Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 1955 This Paper Consists Two No 29 Blast by Russians Curb Exchange of Visitors WASHINGTON UP American officials said Friday they expected x threemonth blast of Soviet prop aganda blaming the United States for blocking freer exchanges o persons These government officials who declined to be further identifiec said the propaganda buildup wil grow in intensity between now anc the Communists 20th Party Con gress at Moscosv in February The Party Congress is the usua place for broad policy and ideolo gical statements by the Sovie Communist heirarchy Freer exchange of persons such as the swap of farm delegations between the United States and Rus sia last summer is a key agenda item at the Big Four foreign min isters conference in Geneva Rough Going however said the go Ing has been exceedingly rough on the issue at lower level discus sions in Geneva They said the Russian negotiators are adamantly insisting on a program which would give the Soviet all the ad vantages and none of thedraw backs v 1 i Purpose of the Soviet drive they said is A to get all the technical knowhow they can from the Unit ed States at a minimum price for parting with data and B embarrassing the United States by making it look like the culprit if the exchange Idea goes glimmer ing State Department Press Officer Lincoln White laiddown tworules Thursday for handling a specific case This involved a 10man Sovi et farm group which has not been given the permission it asked to make a tour of six or eight White said such big delegation trips would have to be arranged well in advance and the United States would have to be assured a group could return the call General Program Officials later saidthe State De partment is working on a general exchange program to incorporate those rules They said the Rus sians have been told of this plan ning but so far have not indicated how they feel about it The sticking point in all talk about delegations American offiicals said is the question reciprocity They said the Russians seek to avoid wher ever possible any commitment to give Americans visiting Russia the same kind of freedom the United States gives visiting Russians For example one official said the Soviet farm delegation last summer was allowed considerable freedom as itwent But he said the American group in Rus sia was not allowed to deviate from its planned itinerary LoveCrazed College Frosh Shoots Young Girl Friend VIROQUA Wis Friday arrested lovecrazed college freshman and said he shot his sweetheart and her best friend in grief over a broken ro mance Vernon County Sheriff Morris Moon said Dennis Twing 17 was picked up by Center police about while hitchhiking toward Madi son Wis Kay Broderick 15yearold sweetheart of the youth was in condition at Brenori Hos pital with four bullet wounds Her friend Lynn Lawton also 15 shot the samenumber of times but was reported in good condition said Twing opened fire on the two girls in Miss Brode ricks home late Thursday when she returned his ring and told him she didnt want tosee him any more Twing a University of Wiscon sin freshman dashed from the Broderick home and ran through Viroqua trying to f I a g down every car that passed the skinny distraught youth thumbed a ride out of Viroqua Moon said The sheriff said Twing had lived in Viroqua during the sum mer and had kept steady com pany with Miss Broderick an exceptionally attractive high school The boy left Viroqua for Madi son with his father Moon said and returned a few days ago to find his romance was ended He accosted the two girls as they walked home from school late Thursday and followed them into Miss Brodericks home where she lived with her mother US Would Extend Inspection Proposal Ffom i Our Wire Services rr t Secretarv of State Dulles told Russia Friday the United States is willing to extend President Eisenhowers aerial in spection plan to Americas foreign bases and scores of Allied coun tries if the Soviet Union will reverse its policy and accept the plan Dulles made the announcement in a Big Four conference meet ing Soviet M Molotov rejected the proposal Thursday as a first step toward creation a global disarmament program Dulles said he hoped Molptovi statement was not the last French Foreign Minister An oine Pinay announced France would accept establishment of ixed or mobile disarmament con rols whether technical or finan cial on French territory His meaning appeared to be that the Trench government would accept oth the Eisenhower plan and a roposal by Soviet Premier Nikolai Sulganin for disarmament in pection teams at key communi cations centers Risk of War Dulles assailed Molotovs critic sms of the Eisenhower plan point by point including the Russian ontention that the plan would iri rease the risk of war because it voiild give countries information bout each others military estab ishments and therefore make sur irise attack more easy To this Dulles replied that the Soviet Union has ample informa ion about the military es ablishment and the United States s not totally ignorant about the oviet military He eclared both of us know enough o attack each other and what is equired is a deterrent to attack as mutual aerial inspection In an earlier secret session the four ministers agreed to wind up their current conference here after a final meeting next Wednesday This will conclude the confer ence one day short of the three week target Des Moines Mart Gets Car Pushed by the Wrong Guy v DES MOINES Robert Hennick 21 Des Moines now knows a push from the wrong person when his car night Hennick hailed a passing driver who obligingly gave him a push That driver was Municipal Judge Don whq spotted Hen nick as a had appeared In his court on a charge of drivingwithout a license Tidrick took Hennick to the city Hennick pleaded guilty to driving without Sen tencing will be Saturday Took Stand The ministers have spent 37 hours in formal session here since they convened Oct 27 only to find Soviet resistance to German unity through free elections and to West ern proposals on disarmament and EastWest contacts as steadfast as Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov torpedoed any hope of German reunification in a slashing speech Tuesday Thursday he took a stand on disarmament completely unacceptable to the American British and French ministers Working groups on the third item openingup Russia to the West with mutual exchange of travel culture and trade in complete dead lock ministers required minutes Friday afternoon to reach an on the quitting date resumed the regular session to continuediscussion of disarmament No State TV Stations Can Carry Game KANSAS CITY LWThe National Collegiate Athletic Assn an nounced Friday the District 4 CBS telecast of the WisconsinIllinois game will not be released Satur day in Iowa The NCAA said in a statement the unauthorized telecast of the IowaMinnesota game of last Sat urday by station KRNTTV of Des Moines violated the understand ings and agreements in effect be tween the NCAA and the CBS tele vision No Assurance The CBS television network has not been able to give complete as surance to this time that its af filiate KRNTTV will observe hese obligations the last day of regional the NCAA said The NCAA said its television committee adopted special provi sions to govern collegiate football telecasting in Iowa at the request of the CBS television network and other interested parties Provisions Voided Since these provisions have seen violated and there is a lack of adequate assurance at this time hat they will be observed Nov 12 he NCAA Television Committee las been forced to conclude the special provisions are no longer meaningful and consequently they have been the statement said A spokesman for KGLOTV in Mason City said the station was backed out anyway this Saturday Because of the SimpsonUpper Iowa rootball game at Fayette He said KGLOTV had no intention of car rying the WisconsinIllinois game Three other stations in the state lowever had planned tocarry the tilt SAME Leaves for Capital Gererrtonies Honor Veterans Hoover Gives Talk at Tomb WASHINGTON UP Former President Hoover led the nation Friday in honoring the deal anc living of past wars in the seconc annual observance of Veterans Day Hoover was chosen to repre sent President Eisenhower at the solemn military ceremonies in Ar lington National Cemetery over ooking the nations capital On behalf of Eisenhower Hoo ver was asked to lay a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Sol dier at 11 a hour that marked the end of World War I 37 years ago Major Speech Following the wreathlaying Hoover delivered the major speech at memorialservices in the mar lecolumned amphitheater behind the tomb A The ceremonies by the tomb sym aolized the nations gratitude and tribute to the soldiers sailors air men and marines of past wars In schools across the schoo children stood in a minute of silen tribute to the war dead In towns and cities and centuryold battle fields veterans organizations con ducted ceremonies honoring their alien comrades Gettysburg Ceremony The American Legion marked he day with ceremonies at the his oric Civil War battlefield at Pa The program in cluded dedication of a Legion laque by Interior Secretary Doug as McKay and Legion National Commander J Addington Wagner and a reading of Lincolns Gettys Urg Address by film star George Murphy The day was once known as Arm stice Day in memory of the end of World War I In June of 1954 t was redesignated Veterans Day as a more fitting tribute to the Americans who died in two world wars and Korea and to the 11 million living veterans of all vars The Weather Mason City Cloudy through Satur day Increasing northerly winds and colder Friday night Much colder Friday night with near cold wave conditions by Satur day morning Considerably colder Saturday Low Friday night 1520 High Saturday 2226 owa Cold wave accompanied by strong northerly winds Friday night snow flurries northeast Considerable cloudiness Satur day colder Low Friday night 10 abovenorthwest 20 southeast Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average IO15degrees below nor high 44 north to 50 south Normal low 26 north to 30 south Much colder Satur day and continued quite cold re mainder of period Precipitation will Average 10 to 50 inches Minnesota Cold wave flurries GJobe Gazette weather data up Friday Maximum 51 Minimum 29 At 8 33 Precip Trace YEAR AGCT Maximum 84 Minimum 48 FREEZING SEN OMAHONEY More Former GM Dealers Want to Testify at Probe WASHINGTON W The Senate Antitrust Subcommittee is still re ceiving requests from former Gen eral Motors car dealers who want to testify in the current GM hear ings an aidesaid Friday Some of them only recently had their connection with the big auto corporation severed he said Sr The hearings started this week are inrecess untilTuesday Dealers complaints are one topic which Acting Chairman OMahoney DWyo of the subcommittee has promised to explore thoroughly but no time has been set for testimony on these One top GM official indicated clearly at Thursdays session the corporation was ready to meet charges by dealers OMahoney said a number of dealers had told him of the tough they faced Henry M Hogan vicepresident and general counsel of General Mo tors replied Why dont you ask uherh how much theyve made in the last five years to see if theyre crying wolf Thats poverty with a lam under your Harold L Hamilton retired GM vice president commented that I think they the dealers ought to be able to live off their fat for a Brazil Cabinet Names Ramos New President RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil W The Brazilian Chamber of Depu ties Friday named Nereu Ramos president of the Senate to be pro visional president of Brazil suc ceeding Carlos Coimba da Luz ousted in an Army coup Friday morning The vote was taken in a hastily summoned special session Luz who took refuge aboard a navy cruiser was declared unable to continue in office The vote nam ing 66yearold Ramos was 18572 Ramos elevation to the presi dency must be confirmed also the Senate This is expected to be done shortly in a joint session with the House of Deputies Luz had taken over as provision al president Tuesday from Japa Filhb who took an indefinite of absence after suffering a leart attack GEN HENRIQUE LOTT The army uprising against Luz led by Gen Henrique Teizeira Lott was staged to insure the in auguration of Presidentelect Jus celino Kubitschek next Jan 31 At first the navy refused to sup port the coup by the army and together pledged support to after a series of hectic conferences the admri alty announced the navy would ac cept any decision congress makes Three Sentenced on Check Charge CRESTON persons were sentenced to seven years each oh bad check charges in district court Thursday District Judge Charles Lewis Mount Ayr passed sentence on Sterling Hill 26 Colton Esca Swearingen Spurger and Mrs Gertrude Esposito 17 yearold expectant mother of Ar lington Calif The two men will serve sentences in the Fort Madison state peniten tiary and Mrs Esposito will be sent o the Rockwell City womens re ormatory Cold Wave Is on the Way DES MOINES you haven got those storm place yet better get em lip A cold wave Is on the way The Weather Bureau warned Fri day that a cold air mass from Canada driven by strong winds is leading for Iowa will drbi temperatures to abVut10 degree above zero in the north and 2 degrees in the south Friday night A few snow flurries will accom pany the arctic cold as it over spreads the state by Saturda morning Some lowans were viewing th weather developments with alarm noting that they were much th same as conditions that precede the great Armistice Day blizzar of 1940 But the Weather Bureau saic present indications are only fo snow flurries though it added tha there is a chance that a storm could develop Saturday night which would bring general snow into the state Temperatures werent expectec o rise put of the 30s in mos northwest sections Friday before he vanguard of the cold air mas started driving the mercury down Gives Brief Talk Before Depart inq W Grateful fbr All Messages DENVER W An eternally jrateful President Eisenhower eft Denver for Washington Friday after telling of his thanks to all who jhave aided him in his illness The Presidents plane took to the air at Speaking from the ramp of the lolumbine III in raw damp 36 degree weather the President said that the misfortune of his illness made him aware of how good people The President looking surpris ingly well told an audience of Air Force personnel and a small group of friends and dignitaries that the force at Fitzsimons Army Hospital and at Lowry Air Force Base had earned my eternal He expressed appreciation too or the messages of friendship and to the people around the world who had sent up their jprayersJL for his recovery when he wai stricken seven weeks ago Satur day Brief Talk The President spoke but briefly after he and Mrs Eisenhower drove up to the ramp of their plane to be greeted by a bipartisan group headed by Democratic Gov Ed Johnson and Republican Mayor Will Nicholson The President wore a camels hair top coat and a brown hat Standing on the sixth step of the ramp he spoke simply and with no word about any major domestic or foreign policy Again it is time for Mrs Eisen hower and me to say he began We leave under somewhat im usual circumstances this He referred thus his illness and said that the seven weeks he spent in the hospital has not been wholly a loss for it gavehim and Mrs Eisenhower an under standing of how good people He then paid the medical staff nurses corpsmen enlisted men and others at Fitzsimons Hospital my very grateful They have done so the President added Leaves in Car The President had a kiss for Mrs John Doud his motherin aw immediately upon his arrival at Lowry Air Field as he left the ar in which Mrs Doud rode with lim and Mrs Eisenhower from the tospital Mrs Doud remained behind planning to join the presidential family later The crowd around the airport was chilled to the bone by the time the President left as the tem perature dropped from 36 degrees to 31 degrees A crowd of several thousand per sons turned out to bid farewell to the beaming president along the sixmile drive from the hospital to he air strip at Lowry Air Force 5ase PRESIDENT LEAVES HOSPITALAccompanied byhis wife President leaves Fitzsimona Aimy Hospital at Denver Friday nearly seven weeks after he hta He Was driven to Lowry AFB where his Plane was Sirdown Strike Ends at Prison in Ohio LONDON Ohio UP A two ay sitdown strike of convicts t London Prison Farm ended Fri ay when a spokesman for the last 15 holdouts sent word they wanted o be fed Warden Roderick Eckle said Ithe risoners given the eve ing meal and put to work Satur ay normally a halfday work day t the prison   

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