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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 12, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THINEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI1 Associated Press and Jailer Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER This Paper Consists ol Two No tt s Renounce Use of Force Molotov Easy Day at Capita I for Ike Gettysburg Trip Set WASHINGTON fft President Eisenhower took things easy Satur day his first full day at the Execu tive Mansion since returning from seven weeks in a Denver hospital No appointments were listed for the convalescing President ex cept another date with his doctors for a checkup Plans are for the President and Mrs Eisenhower to go to their Gettysburg farm Monday Eisen hower is expected to stay there until around the first of the year working gradually toward a full schedule of activities Eisenhower appeared to be feel ing fine late Friday as he re turned to Washington and a rous ing civic welcome Cites Pardon I am the smiling Presi dent told airport greeters that the doctors have given me at least a parole if not a pardon and I expect to be back at my accus tomed duties although they say I must ease my way into them and not bulldoze my way into That parole if not a pardon expression in Eisenhowers brief offthecuff remarks touched off speculationabout the Presi dents 1956 plans Quite possibly it meant no more than what the Chief Executives doctors have been saying that they wont know for some weeks whether his recoveryr from his Sept 24 heart attack will be com plete And so if health is a major fac tor in Eisenhowers thinking about whether to seek a second term it Downtown Office WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Eisenhower will open a tem porary White House office in downtown Gettysburg may report there for a brief spell of work as early as next Tuesday The office will be in addition to his private study at the farmhouse doesnt seem likely he will be in a position to announce his intentions until decide wheth er the parole has advanced to a full The President accompanied fay Mrs Eisenhower from Denver ra diated cheerfulness as the couple stepped from tlieir airplane to be greeted by a host of welcomers headed by Vice President Nixon Somewhat Slower Eisenhowers movements ap peared a bit slower than usual as he left the plane but his complexion had its usual ruddiness arjd his manner was alert Riding in a plastictopped limou sine to the White House he waved time and again to the cheering thousands who lined his route to welcome him home He spent Friday night quietly with his family including the three young grandchildren who were waiting to greet him at the executive mansion The White House gleamed with lights both downstairs arid up ant on the porticos the way Mrs Eis enhower likes it First1 time the lights have been on like that since the President and went to Den ver back in said a guard at the White House gate It does look Eisenhower went to Denver Aug 14 for an extended workandplay vacation and it is there that he suffered his heart attack Bob Hope Wants to Go to Russia HOLLYWOOD HP Comedian Bob Hope wants to go to Moscow and film a television show Hope said Friday he will apply to the Russian Embassy Monday for a visa He said the U S State Department has cleared him for the trip i Hope withheld further details o the proposed trip pending a Rus sian decision on the visa AP VVlrcphoto YOUTH RESTRAINED FATHER D detectives Saturday restrain Edward Marcionette foreground as his father second from right shouts Dont take his pi ct iir e The 16yearold youth was arrested on a murder charge in the slaying of Richaixl Gib son a University of Maryland sophomore Brazil Coup Opposition Collapses Sky raider Hits Navymen Die The death toll stood at five Saturday from the spectacular crash of a Navy attack bomber into the De stroyer USS Hopewell during ma neuvers 80 miles westof here A Douglas Skyraider dived into the ship Friday in a low level attack during joint United States Canadian maneuvers The tragedy resernbled Kamikaze at tacks of World War I in which Japanese pilots deliberately piunged their planes into Navy ships The dead included the three men aboard the plane and two sailors on the destroyer Five other sailors on the ship suffered bums They were flown to San Diego naval hos pital by helicopter Navy Commander Mark M Grander North Chicago skip per of the Hopcwell said it ap peared the plane was making a simulated attack u p o n the ship when the crash happened The propeller driven bomber smashed into the destroyers steel side and burst into flames So great was the impact that the planes engine came out on the other side of the ship A gaping hole was torn in the destroyers fuel from the plane sprayed over the ship Fine Charles Cityan on Driving Charge CHARLES CITY C Paulus Charles City was fined in District Court here Satur day by Judge T A Beardmore after pleading guilty to driving while his license was gnder sus pension rAII About The Weather Mason City Considerable cloudi ness through Sunday with snow flurries likely by Sunday night Colder Saturday night Continued quite cold Sunday Low Saturday night 2025 High Sunday 3035 Iowa Cloudy through Sunday Snow west Saturday night and over the state Sunday except rain or drizzle likely extreme south Low Saturday night 20 northeast 2530 south and west Minnesota Flurries colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Satur day At 8 a m Maximum Minimum YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 28 SNOW HeartBroken Father Dies of A HEART ATTACK CHICAGO Iff A despairing heartbroken father whose two young sons and a companion were brutally murdered less than month ago died Friday The cause of Anton Schuesslers death was described by a physi cian as apparently a heart He suffered the attack the doc a sHocIc a depressedstate of mind But police and friends of the 42yearold father of the slain boys agreed that he died of a broken heart Schuesslers wife Eleanor 37 prostrate at the news of her hus bands death in a rest home in suburban Des Plaines sobbed Its all the killers fault They killed the boys and now theyve killed Tony I had everything to live for and now Ive got Parties Clash oh Views of Both Acheson Hiss By The Associated Press The Senate Republican Policy Committee staff says it views maga zine articles by Dean Acheson and Alger Hiss as signaling a drive to capture the 1956 Democratic presidential nomination for a left Meanwhile Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler said Fri day night a desperate Republican Party has already indicatedthe kind of false charges it would hurl in the campaign ahead There was no indication that Butler speaking to a University of North Carolina Young Democratic rally at Chapel Hill was referring o the GOP Policy Committee memorandum which was made public in Washington Friday That memo which said individ ual senators on the committee were not necessarily responsible for statements it contains as serted The left wing Democrats have opened the campaign of 1956 with two magazine articles published almost simultaneously by Alger Hiss and Dean Acheson The appearance of the articles suggests that the two friends are together again Their efforts are a clear sig nal that a determined effort will be made to capture the Democratic nomination for a left Neither Acheson nor Hiss could be reached for comment Acheson was secretary of state in the Democratic administration of former President Harry S Tru man Hiss a former State Depart ment employe served a federal prison sentence after his convic tion of perjury for denying he ever passed government secrets to a Communist spy ring Adlai E Stevenson who is ex pected to announce next Tuesday his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination also spoke to a college audience Friday night His speech at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville was de voted largely to a discussion of the Middle East crisis Stevenson tossed an apparent barb at the Eisenhower adminis tration by saying this country has shown little ing against dangerous border inci dents a b r o a d But mainly he steered clear of politics MORE WIDENING DES MOINES F Lundy Iowa Highway Commission chairman said Friday the commis sion will widen i between 700 and 800 miles of 18foot pavement to 24 feet next year Threat of Cold Wave Passes By The Associated Preij The threat of a cold wave for Iowa has passed at least for the present but snow is likely to fall over most oE the state beginning in the extreme west Saturday aft ernoon the Weather Bureau re ported Saturday morning The Weather Bureau said snow is expected to spread as far east as central Iowa by Sunday morn ing and over the rest of the state later Sunday except in the ex treme south where temperatures will be warm enough to give rain on Extremely cold air which is over the northern Rocky Mountains has failed to reach Iowa Low read ings in Iowa eariy Saturday rangec from 26 at Spencer and Mason City to 37 at Burlington Subzero readings were reporlec in Montana Friday night and early Saturday while Wyomirig Utah and Colorado had snow from a low pressure system Cheyenne had seven inches of snow on the ground Friday night and Fraser northwest Denver report ed 10 inches Des Moines Man Dies of Accident Injuries DES MOENES M Curtis Fred Ault 21 died in a hospital here Friday night of injuries suffered in a twocar collision Ault was re turning home from his job on a farm near Elkhart at the time o the accident Mrs Raymond Hall 2C driver of the second car wa reported in fair condition President Luz Flees Army Takes Control RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil UP A3 lr flfr oppositi on to B iazi 1 new temporary president collapse Saturday Carlos Coimbra da Luz ouste emporary chief executive wh ook refuge Thursday night aboar he Brazilian cruiser Tamandare ordered the vessel back into Ri de Janeiro harbor Saturday an aid it was his final official act The airminister Maj Gen Ed uardo Gomes who rushed to Sa Brazils ranking industria ity Friday to organize a last stand resistance to the adminis ration of the new temporary pres ident Neru Ramos ordered th air force to halt its opposition Congress named 66yearold Ra mos temporary president after predawn coup Friday led by Gen Henrique Teixeira Lott had top Died Luz Ramos became Brazil hird chief executive in four days Return to Normal Thus Brazil returned to norm a ity after a bloodless 24hour cou won by the Army against the ope but passive opposition of the Nav and the Air Force There was no fighting The onl shots fired in anger came from the fortress at the mouth of Ri de Janeiro harbor It fired five o six rounds Friday morning to war Navy ships in the harbor not t make a break for the open sea Police lifted censorship at 9 after nearly 24 hours in which a news dispatches by cable and n dio were censored All busines houses except banks rcopenec Banks were ordered closed ti Tuesday A government statement sai Luz willbe permitted to land whe the cruiser Tamandare returns t Rio de Janeiro perhaps late Sa urday It was reported some Luzs associates who boarded th Tamandare with him Would be ai rested Indefinite Leave Luz had been president less tha 72 hours He assumed the pres dency under the Constitution whe President Joao Cafe Filho took in definite leave to recover from heart attack Lott said he overthrew Luz t thwart a possible attempt by mil tary groups to keep Juscelino Ku bitschek and Jaoa Goujart elec ed president and vice presiden last month from taking office i January Lott resigned Thursday as wa minister when Luz failed to bac him in an effort to discipline a Army colonel for an antiKubit schek speech GETS DAMAGES FORT DODGE Federa Court jury Friday awarded Marti G Ericsson Fort Dodge damages as a result of an acciden in August 1954 in which his son Roger was killed Refuse to Rule Out Elthon May Still Be Candidate By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES W As of now ou cant count Lt Gov Leo El hon in as a candidate for gover or next year and you cant count im out He has been considered a ossibility to oppose Gov Leo Hoegh for the GOP nomination If I make a statement that Im candidate for he said aturday it means the beginning f an active campaign I will make statement right after the first of lie year as to what my plans While most lowans have been eeping their political sights fo used on the national scene things ave been picking up a little on IB state level Not the Time Elthon said about three months go that he had made up his mind vhat he was going to do But he dded then that this is not the ime to make a A tel iphbne interview with him at his iome in Fertile developed that he till isnt ready to disclose his plans except to repeat that he will not seek reelection Meanwhile William H Nicholas a former lieutenant governor is re garded in some quarters as being a likely candidate to succeed El thon The only thing that is apt to change his mind is that he might become a candidate1 for governor the Waterloo Courier said last Sun day HoeghJiasnt said what he is go ing to do But it is widely assumed that in due time he will announce his candidacy for a second term The term ofU S Sen B E Hick enlooper Cedar Rapids Republi can runs out next year His most recent statement was in effect Im just about a candidate but not quite Announced Candidates The only announced candidates so far for the primary election next June 4 are Rep Paul Cunningham Des Moines Republican for re election to Congress State Rep Wendell Pendleton Storm Lake Re publican for lieutenant governor and State Rep W E Darrington Persia Republican for reelection to the Iowa House of Representa tives Things are beginning to perk up a bit in Democratic ranks too In eastern Iowa a movement has be gun to have Davenport Mayor Wal ter Bouse become a candidate for his parlys nomination for gover nor Up to that time it had heen spec ulated in party circles that Clyde Herring of Des Moines the Demo cratic nominee for governor in 1954 might be the only member of his party to seek the nomina tion NCAA Action Criticized by Broadcasters By UNITED PRESS Iowa broadcasters Saturday had sharp criticism against an arbitrary decision of the NCAA Friday to black out the Illinois Wisconsin football game in Iowa The game carried regionally by the Columbia Broadcasting System will however be car ried by one of the four CBS out lets in Iowa Spokesmen for KVTV Sioux City said the station would carry the game in view of a CBS de cision refusing to go along with the NCAA order to black out Iowa W J Teich general manager of KOEL Oelwein arid president of the Iowa Broadcasters said other Iowa stations were be ing treated unfairly The tother CBS stations two of which didnt order the game are KRNTTV Des Moines KGLOTV Mason City and WMTTV Cedar Rap ids 1 think they definitely are be ing slapped for something that they didnt Teich said William B Quartern vice presi dent and general manager of WMTTV said his station had hoped to schedule the game He said this is just another ex ample of the NCAAs arbitrary action in handling BUILDINGS BURN MONTPELIER A spectacu lar fire destroyed a tavern and adjoining house in this Muscatine County town early Saturday Al Lovelands Son Killed in Car Accident Saturday Session Peaceful Suggest Work on Statement From Our Wire Services Saturday pro posed a fourpower declaration re nouncing use of force in interna tional disputes in a Big Four con ference meeting that ended in lock on the issue of world disarma ment A new conciliatory tone on Sat urdays Big Four session was1 in stark contrast to the of two previous sessions in the course ofwhich Secretary of State Dulles and V M Molotov ac cused each other either directly or by implication of practicing bad faith in negotiations and of trying to deceive the world about their disarmament policies Dulles suggested vvork be started on a common statement reflect ing the debate which he said had been useful and He remarked that he could not be so optimistic as to say that either side had affected the thinking of the other but he thought there was a better understanding of differ ing points of view Help Nations Dulles said he felt confident that even though we do not reach a large measure of formalized agree ment certainly the exchange of viewpoints which has occurred here will be instructive andwill help representatives in the United Na tions subcommittee on disarma JANE S V I L L E Russell Loveland 38 Janesville son of former undersecretary of agriculture Al Loveland Saturday died of injuries suffered Friday night in a twocar collision Six others were injured two critically in the mishap on 20 inside the city limits of Cedar Falls wheri young Lovelands car collided with one driven by Curtis Haurum Cedar Falls The wife of the dead man Mar ven 40 and Mrs Arlene Warm Jonesville were listed in critical condition in a hospital here Hospitalized at Cedar Falls in fair condition were Ardella Allen 19 daughter of the Russell Love iands Haurum and Robert White side 21 and Robert Beham both of Cedar Falls Mr and Mrs Lovelanc were pinned inside the wreckage for at least 20 minutes Loveland was a mailman The cars were traveling in opposite directions French Presidents Wife Dies Suddenly PARIS Germaine Coty 69 wife of French President Rene Coty died unexpectedly early Sat urday An Elysee Palace announce ment said death was due to a heart attack STOLEN STUART bandit robbed the manager of the Stuart Motor Court of about Friday NEW Ramos Brazils thirdResi dent in four days Saturday signs the registry in the presi dential palace at Rio de Janeiro as Gen Henrique Lott leader of the coup looks on Molotov began his comments on the achievements of the badly split disarmament debatewith what ap peared to be a needling reference to his efforts to get Western agree ment to some kind of generalized renunciation of atomic arms In Ms words he had hoped to getan agreement here to end the arms Otherwise M o 1 o to v said he thought the four could state that hey recognize the need to continue o seek agreement on a compre iensive program for disarmament which could promote international peace and security Dulles said the differences be tween the approaches of Russia and the Western powers boiled down to 1 The three Western powers nave put very great emphasis on the development of methods of in spection and These are essential starting points for any disarmament plan acceptable to the West Precise Information In this connection Dulles said the Soviets seem to fear some ulterior purposes on the part of Ihe Western powers He apparently had in mind the fact that Molotov had almost directly accused the Western powers of favoring aerial inspection so theycould obtain pre cise information with which to make a surprise atomic attack on the Soviet Union 2 The Soviet government seems more disposed to proceed with agreements on reduction of arma ments and the prohibition of cer tain types of irrespective of whether or not adequate con trols and safeguards can be estab Possible lines of action for the Big Four Molotov said would be to favor adoption by the United Nations of moral decisions to prevent atomic war and also ap proval of Soviet proposals that the big powers themselves declare they would not be the first to use atomic weapons BULLETIN PARIS W Premier Edgar Faure Saturday night won a con fused vote of confidence from the French National Assembly 285247 SAME   

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