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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 15, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or the CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NE1 G H B O R S VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cenli a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1955 This Paper Consists ol Two One No 31 Adlai Announces Hell be Candidate Argentine Strike Is Failure Aramburu in Major Test BUENOS AIRES gen eral strike called Tuesday by the General Confederation of Labor once the strongest supporter of ousted President Juan D Peron was a complete failure The collapse of the strike gave the new government of President Pedro E Aramburu a smashing victory in a major tost of strength It also seemed to sound the death knell for what remained of Peron ist power in Argentina The strike was called by CGT leaders Cor last midnight to protest alleged outrages by independent labor leaders against union head quarters All Normal All morning newspapers ap peared in their usual format but almost all were late appearing on the streets All public services were operat ing on schedule The railroads were running on schedule in Buenos Aires and at provincial stations Sherman tanks with crews at their battle stations guarded one side of the Casa Ar gentine white house Mounted po lice were drawn up on the other side Stores and cafes were open and people were shopping as usual More than five hours after the strike went into effect there were no appreciable effects in Buenos Aires and telephone the more important provincial cities showed that everything was normal there too State Radio Telephone and power services were normal The state radio and most other stations kept transmit ting long after the usual hour broadcasting official communiques and appeals to the workers to pay no attention to the strike call The Strike call came from the CGT only 24 hours after Aramburu took over from Maj Gen Eduardo Lonardi the provisional president who was ousted Sunday afternoon in a palace coup There were reports of a shoot ing at the textile center of E risso close to La Plata but the re ports were not confirmed Marines were guarding the oil distilleries at La Plata and the army was guard ing the big La Plata meat packing facilities Earlier reports from the area told of only slight absenteeism when the strike went into effect Tobin ExBoss of Teamsters Dies INDIANAPOLIS W Daniel J Tobin Irish immigrant boy who be came head of the biggest American labor union died Monday night of high blood pressure and heart dis ease The president of the AFL Team sters Union from 1907 until 195 was 83 years oldbut didnt know the exact date of his birth in Coun ty Ireland Tobin was a close friend of Pres ident Franklin D Roosevelt am headed the labor division of the Democratic National Committee in each of Roosevelts election cam paigns AP Wircplioto A LOOK AHEAD Vice Adm Kagu Magasawa chief of Japans maritime defense force views a model of one of the Navys new weapons the jetpowered Sea master bomber Explaining the planes features is Adm Arleigh Burke chief of Naval Operations Magasawa will tour naval facilities before returning home State Gets Variety of Poor By The Associated Press A cold wave was moving into Iowa Tuesday on the heels of un settled weather conditions which ranged from snow in the northwest to rain drizzle and fog elsewhere Butthe Weather Bureau said at noon that a deep storm system which entered southwestern Iowa had moved so rapidly that prospects of fairly general snowfall h diminished Special warnings of severe thun derstorms or tornadoes in Iowa were cancelled at a m At the same time the Weather Bureau modified its early outlook for 3 to 6 inches of snow in northwestern Iowa to one of strong winds oc casional snow flurries and falling It is not likely that we will get much snow in Iowa and what there is will be along the northern bor the Weather Bureau said Strong northerly w i n d s will spread very frigid air across the Iowa had two kinds of weather Tuesday as a result of the collision of warm moist air from the Gulf and cold air from the north Tues day morning The northwestern corner of the state had freezing temperatures and snow which at times was quite heavy For a time roads out the northwest sector were 50 to 100 per cent icecovered from snow and freezing drizzle These conditionsmodified somewhaldur ing the morning Sanding machines were out In southeastern I o w a mild weather prevailed and readings were expected to reach the low 60s before beginning to fall under the influence of cold air from the north Readings from 5 above in the northwest to 20 in the extreme southeast were on tap for Tuesday night Tractor Overturns Ray Meyer Killed RUSSELL Raymond E Meyer 50 was killed Monday when his tractor overturned on him as he cleared timber on his farm five miles east of here Authorities said he was using the tractor to root out stumps when it slipped into a ditch overturned and pinned him underneath He was secretarytreasurer of the Lu cas County Achievement Show and an active 4H leader HARD TO BELIEVE SALT LAKE CITY WTempera tures were below freezing and the city was wallowing in its first rea snow of the season Monday when a local house trailer firm callec police to report a theft The item stolen an air conditioner Sports Bulletin GREENSBORO N Marylands unbeaten football team Tuesday accepted an invi tation to represent the Atlantic Coast conference in the Orange Bowl football game against Okla homa Jan 2 at Miami Fla JOHN AP WIrcphoto GRAHAM RUss Proposal to Swap Scientific Data Vetoed Peace Would Be in Danger Dulles Claims Big Four Parley Set to Adjourn GENEVA The Western Big Three Tuesday abandoned their fforts to get Russia to open the ron Curtain They did so after unanimously rejecting a new Soviet proposal which U S Secretary of State John Foster Dulles denounced as very great danger to ft was introduced by Soviet For eign Minister V M Molotov at the irst of two plenary sessions Tues day It provided for exchanges of sponsored scientific delegations hat would bring know how to Russia But it flatly ignored all Western pleas for opening holes in the Iron Curtain for a free flow of news and ideas Met Alone After the first session Dulles and Molotov met alone for 15 min utes to confer on arrangements for ending the conference Wednesday The three Western ministers then met for 45 minutes before the start of the afternoons 15th plenary ses a Western spokesman an sion Later nounced that the four ministers would go into secret session after their usual team break to begin work on a final communique At the morning session Dulles pointed out that Molotov had re jected all but 5 of 17 Western pro posals aimed at lifting the Iron Curtain and increasing EastWes contacts He added that even those 5 had been only partially accepted French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay rejected the Soviets plan charging that Mololov had taken refuge in Cut Short British Foreign Secretary Harold Macmillan also rejected the Mos cow plan He urged that fruitless discussion be cut short noting that at present there seems to be a real difference of view between the wo sides which cannot be bridged Even before Tuesdays session Dcgan an authoritative source dis closed the West had begun drafting a solemn pledge to continue work ng for Germany unity despite fail ure on the Big Four to come any where near agreement on the ques lion ofGermany The decision was made known as West Germany made a fina effort to win some promise of Ger man unity before the Big Four con ference comes to an end with the spirit of Geneva a to a hopeful world mere memory PARTIES MERGE TOKYO powerful nev Conservative Party came abou Tuesday with the merger of the dis solved Democratic and Libera parties giving Japan its first two party system since World War II SAME Woman Bound and Robbed of Thug Was Own Son TOKYO Katsuo Muto a maid in a wine shop Tuesday told police how a burglar had broken in bound and gagged her and made off with yen After she freed herself she said she thought a long before telephoning police She had got a good took at the burglar she said and he was her son Mitsuo Muto 21 who had left home a year ago Single Shot of Serum Works U S Reports KANSAS CITY a single shot of Salk polio vaccine sliced paralytic polio this year 50 to 80 per cent an official preliminary overnment report declared Tues day The report was called awfully good news The vaccine It comes from a special Public Health Service surveillance uni summarizing all the detective work to learn what actually hap pened to children whohad one o more polio shots compared with those who had none Children taking the prescribe second and third shots should ge even better protection said Dr Alexander D Langnuir of the Health Services Communicable Disease Center reporting the study Since the middle of May there las been no evidence that any vaccine in use was not safe the report said Government safety standards of production of vaccine were revised and tightened early hat month Some polio experts say the re sults are so good that all available vaccine might best be used to give single shots immediately to as many children as possible rather han giving a series of three shots to a smaller number of children Burlington Youth Dies in Accident Roads Group Told of States Work Plans Miles of Widening Slated DES MOINES Wt A steppedup program of highway construction in owa is planned in the next months including improvement o cross state arterial highways as units State Highway Commission Chairman Russell Lundy says Lundy told the annual meeting of the Iowa Good Roads Assn here Monday the Commission plans to et primary road construction con racts totaling an estimated between July 1 1955 and Dec 31 1956 The contract letting schedules include miles ol pavement widening which will re duce Iowas present miles o 18foot primary road paving to miles Lundy said The commission is planning pri iiary road contracts to improve ar tery by artery across the state as Lundy said As an exam le we will let contracts in I95i to rehabilitate all of the remainde of U S 20 and U S In this connection he said tha although much of 20 betwee Woodbiiry and Dubuque countie can be widened it is not feasible to widen the present highway Woodbury and Dubuque counties The road must be relocated an reconstructed in those counties he said Widening now under way o Highway 69 north of DCS Moinc will modernize that road the higl way commission chairman contin ued But from DCS Moines south b Osceola it must be relocated am completely reconstructed on a he added From Osccok to DCS Moines it will be a fourlane lighway built to interstate network standards as a controlled acces Plans for the next year Lundj elated call for letting 527 miles o grading compared to the fiveyea average of 200 miles 338 miles o paving compared to the fiveyea average of 152 miles and 15 bridges compared with the 6 vhich has been the average for th past five years GLADSTONE 111 Billy Dean Calterson 21 Burlington Iowa was killed in a twocar col lision a mile north of here Monday afternoon Henderson County Sheriff Vin cent Carlson said Cattersons car collided on a curve with one driven by James Roller Mon mouth who was not hurt Two passengers in the Catterson car were injured Jackie Lee Green 20 Burlington was in criti cal condition early Tuesday at an Iowa City Iowa hospital and Richard Wayne Ramburg 22 Bur lington was listed in fair condition YIPES LOUISVILLE Ky the thief who broke into police Capt William Binders home Youd bet ter find a good hiding place The you took belonged to the Ken tucky Peace Officers Assn Tells How He Rigged Dynamite to Blow Up Plane DENVER WVDisplaying little emotion John Gilbert Jack Gra ham related Monday night how he rigged 25 sticks of dynamite to ex plode aboard an airliner carrying his mother and 43 other persons All 44 were killed Nov 1 when the big United Air Lines DC6B blew up near Longmont and crashed 11 minutes after leaving Denver Graham a 23yearold convicted forger did riot reply when asked whether he felt remorse U S Atty Donald E Kelly said the Denver construction and res taurant worker signed a admission earlier that he killed hiit mother Daisie E King 54 to collect her air flight in surance Construction of the bomb was begun Oct 18 or 19 Graham said Parts of it included the 40 per cent explosive and 60 per cent packing a timing device a sixvolt dry cell battery arid two dynamite caps Each of the caps was connected to about eight feet of wire Graham said he unpacked parts of the contents of a large suitcase belonging to his mother and re placed them with the bomb I placed this suitcase in the trunk of my car with another smaller suitcase and a briefcase which my mother had packed to take with her on the he re counted Graham said he picked up his mother his wife Gloria and 20 monthold son Allen at a Denver garage where Mrs King had stored her car and drove them to the airport He let them out at the terminal and parked his car Graham who also is the father of a 9monthold daughter Susan said he then bound the large suitcase with web straps while at the park ing site He carried all the luggage to his mother in the terminal and waited about 30 feet away while she checked it My wife and I wcnl with her to the passengers gate where we told my mother goodby and watched her board the plane with the other Graham continued Then he took his wife and son into the airport coffee shop were in the coffee shop for approximately one hour and as we were leaving I heard the cashier say that there had been a wreck of an airplane about 40 miles out of he related Continuing his account Graham said he did not remove the bomb from his car trunk until about p m on Nov after he watched his mother wife and son drive from their home to store Mrs Kings car As soon as they had left he trans ferred the dynamite sticks caps and wire to a paper sack He said the device was rigged so that when 90 minutes were the maximum time allowed him by the timing device I knew the cir cuit between the caps and the bat tery would detonate the dyna The federal government decided Tuesday to turn over to the State of Colorado prosecution of Graham Stale Dist Atty Bert M Keating announced would file a charge of murder First degree murder in Colorado is punishable by dcilh in the g chamber President Eases Back Into Routine at Home on Farm GETTYSBURG Pa Prcs dent Eisenhower eased back int the routine of his high office Tucs day and his home adjuste with hardly a ripple to his prc ence The Chief Executive schedule a meeting in midafternoon wit his chief assistant S h e r m a Adams who planned to fly her with official business stemmin from a Cabinet meeting at th White House in Washington For the moment Eisenhower using his country home on the ou skirts of town new charters his the office H Getlysbur post office arent quite ready In the big rebuilt house on th i r m Eisenhower is using ground Jloor study as a bedroom presumably to avoid unnccessai stairclimbing while he continue his recovery from a heart altacl The White House has fixed up field so helicopters can land L the farm with visitors from Wasl ington though most callers wi use the Gettysburg airport an travel in regular small planes the Air Force or Army Expect Announcement on Adlais Future CHICAGO Adlai E Steven son was expected to formally an nounce Tuesday that he is a cant date for the Democratic nomin lion for president in 1956 Stevenson the 1952 Democrat presidential standard bearer will read a statement announcing his political plans and outlining brief ly his philosophy of government at an afternoon news conference ARTHUR ROY BROWN Man Admits Murder of Mrs Allen SAN FRANCISCO Arthur Ross Brown arrested here for crimes reaching from the Corn Belt to the Pacific Ocean was held bail Tuesday after the FBI said he confessed the kidnap murder of wealthy Mrs Wilma Allen of Kansas City Technically Brown is held on a charge of transporting a stolen automobile across state lines He was arrested Monday while sleep ing in an automobile stolen in Omaha He had two loaded weap ons in the seat beside him The FBJ had been hunting him since Aug 31 for the shooting of Sheriff Willard H Marshall at Sheridan Wyo The sheriff was questioning Brown about a burg lary there The FBI said that Brown while being questioned about the shoot ing Monday suddenly burst out Where Im really wanted is in Kansas and then described the kidnaping and slaying of Mrs Allen 34 wife of William R Allen a wealthy Kansas City automobile dealer Mrs Allen was kidnaped while shopping in South Kansas City Her nude body with the hands tied behind the back was found three days later in a cow pasture south of Kansas City Percy II FBI special agent in charge of Kansas City said Brown told agents he had not raped Mrs Allen that rob bery was his motive SO SOLLY DURBAN South Africa One of the worlds most colorful transport services ground to a halt Tuesday when 600 Zulu rickshaw pullers went on strike NoPlans to Enter Primary Ready to Do What I Can CHICAGO E Steven son Tuesday said I shall be a candidate for the Democratic ination for president next Stevenson his partys 1952 can didate for president issued a state ment saying I shall do all I can to persuade party to entrust that immense responsibility to me again be cause First I believe it important for the Democratic Party to resume the executive direction of our na tional affairs Second I am assured that my candidacy would be welcomed by representative people in and out of my party throughout the coun try Third I believe any citizen should make whatever contribu tion he can to the search for a saf er saner First Important The statement also set It is of first importance to re turn the executive branch of bur government to the Democratic Party because it is apparent that wisdom and responsibility began to reappear in the conduct of our affairs only with the return of Con gress to Democratic leadership in Seldom before has the United States faced a period of greater greater danger Our great opportunity lies in the fact that r prosperity and wealth can now be used to give all our people the high er stan d a s and wider op p o r t u n i t ies which are man kinds universal dream These are now within our reach not simply for the favored few but STEVENSON for every family in Stevenson also said that our danger lies in the ambition of a new tyranny for mastery of the world and in Communist exploita tion of the hope and discontents of the twothirds of mankind who now demand a share in the good things of He added In partnership with our friends and allies with confidence born of strength and influence born of magnanimity we must work to up root the deep causes of conflict and tension and to outlaw the very means of war in this atomic age Active Search The task of the Democratic Party is to make prosperity and r Alt About The Weather Mason City Clearing and much colder Tuesday night low 510 above Fair and colder Wednes day high in the lower 20s Iowa Rain changing to snow and diminishing winds and much colder Tuesday night Clearing and colder Wednesday Snow accumulating 3 to fi inches by Wednesday Low Tues day night 1015 northwest 2025 southeast FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 35 degrees below nor mal Normal high 42 north to 48 south Normal low 25 north to 29 south Colder Wednesday warmer Thursday and Friday and colder Saturday and Sunday Precipitation will average one quarter to onehalf inch in snow or snow flurries Tuesday night and as rain or snow Friday Minnesota Snow much colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Tues day Maximum 39 Minimum 33 At 8 38 Prccip 01 YEAR AGO Maximum SNOW Minimum 24 slogan but better peace not a political an active search for world I am ready to do what I can to that end either as a worker in the ranks or at the top of the ticket if my party sees fit to so honor Stevensons announcement of candidacy came almost nine months before the Democratic na tional convention is scheduled to open Aug 13 in Chicago In 1952 Stevenson from the nomination ventinn time and in shied away up to con fact para phrased the scriptural prayer lo Lcl this cup pass from my lips even when the nominating ses sions were under way accepted the nomination and campaigned against Dwight n Eisenhower the Republican win ner Stevenson carried nine stales He drew in round numbers 27 million votes to 33 million for Eis enhower Stevensons announcement did not outline any plans for entering slate presidential preference pri maries The Democrat Farmer Labor Party in Minnesota has in vited him to enter the March 20 Minnesota primary A group of California Democrats have urged him to become a can didate The primary in California COSTLY WINDOWS DETROIT new city county building called by some a glass has windows w h i c h get washed every t wo Each washing 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