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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 1, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKESAL L NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S Awociattd Press United Press Full Lease Wires MASON CITY DOLLAR DAYS Thursday Friday Saturday Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1 1956 This Paper Conists of Four Cma Mollet Takes Over as French Pre No 99 mier Special Report on Atom Civilian Use Still Distant By FRANK CAREY WASHINGTON special study group foresees expenditures of large sums of money and years of effort to bring about effective ancl wide use of atomic power on a competitive basis This was but one of many con clusions reached by the panel of nongovernment specialists Tues day after 10 months spent exam ining the present and future im pact of the peaceful use of atomic energy at home and abroad The project was undertaken at the request of the SenateHouse Atomic Energy Committee The panelists were drawn from many fields They were headed by Rob ert McKinney editor and pub publisher of the Santa Fe New Mexican In addition to McKinney mem bers of the pane included Suther land C Dows president and chair man of the Iowa Electric Light and Power Cedar Rapids Secret Material The special group had access to certain secret material in the course of its study of atomic power and the application of atomic en ergy to medicine agriculture and industry In itsreport the panel urged high priority for research aimed BLOCKADE CRASHER NABBEDJoseph Calitri defies the guns of detectives left Tuesday as tnrough a blockade set up on a Providence R I street following a grocery store robbery The shots however AP Wirephotos flattened thefires on We car and he fled on foot At right he s shown grappling with officers who captured him near a creek He was wounded in the hand Disarmament Atoms Are Aired it developing as soon as possible the potential benefits of the atom in these fields It said For the many peaceful appli cations of atomic energy1 tbventer into everyday life oh a scale suf ficient to cause impact much re mains to be done Atomic power must first become economically competitive Later it may be cheap but not free Other atomic applications can add to the pro duction capabilities of our farms and factories New avenues to better health are in prospect Earliest Time The panel said 1965 shapes up as the earliest time at which Eden and Ike Winding Up Their Talks U S Cool to British Plan WASHINGTON ffl The Eisen howerEden talks shifted Wednes day to questions of disarrhamen and possible limitations on atomi and tests widely competitive atomic power generation is likely to begin in the United The report indi cated that such a beginning might occur earlier in countries where conventional power is either costly or in short supply Among other major points in the report 1 Atomic materials and know how for construction of generating capacity for at least one million kilowatts of atomic power should be furnished by the United States to other friendly nations by I960 2 All information regarding re actor is the sci ence of atomic be removed from the secret list by the Atomic Energy Commission And it said the AEC within national security limitations as much information as possible about research designed to harness Hbomb power for peaceful uses Eventual Success As for prospects of taming the Hbomb the report said it is vir tually certain that no fullscale re actor will be developed in the next year or two it is however highly probable that success will be achieved 3 Tlfe potential benefits of the atom to agriculture will not only help the American farmer but also will give the United States a dra matic opportunity to lead under developed undernourished coun tries to higher living 4 Theres a need for lowcost equipment for which presently have no equipment for applying Ihe atom to diagnosis and treat ment of certain ailments 5 Atomicpowered automobiles trucks and buses apparently will be feasible in the foreseeable These subjects came up in White Housesession attended bj Harold Stassen who is Presiden Eisenhowers disarmament special ist and Adm Lewis Strauss head of the Atomic Energy Commission Brtish Prime Minister Eden and Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd met with Secretary of State Did les Stassen and Strauss Eisenhower was not with fhem when the meeting opened but i was understood he might join them later MidEast atomic medical many hospitals future The report said technical pros pects for military aircraft with atomic propulsion are considered but that prospects for eco nomically competitive commercial applications seem unlikely until some experience with military lotypcs has been issued promptly I Lloyd was sped by motorcycle escort to the White House from the State Department where he had conferred for two hours with Dulles on Middle and Far East problems Signs pointed to a call by Eisen hower and Eden for an all out ef fort to make peace in the Middle East Earlier sessions of the Eisenhow erEden talks have gone over joint U preparations for an other disarmament conference with the Russians next monthat London Past efforts to reach ac cord with the Soviets on disarma ment have foundered on the criti cal question of how to make sure nobody cheats on pledges to dis arm Eden has talked publicy about possibly limiting atomic and hydro gen bomb tests in the Pacific But Eisenhower and Dulles in public comment have been cool toward the idea Plans for new U S nu clear tests in the Pacific have been going ahead Troops Eden and Eisenhower agreed Tuesday that peace between Israel and the Arab states is essential to Middle East stability Among oth er things they discussed the possi bility of posting United Nations troops in the demilitarized zone between the hostile armies of Pal estine in order to pacify the area U S officials demonstrated little enthusiasm for this possibility but an American spokesman said it had not been ruled out by Eden and Eisenhower Several possible measures for peacemaking in the IsraeliArab dispute are understood to have been considered These include a new public declaration stressing the vital importance of peace and a reassertlon of a BritishFrench Amcrican agreement first pro claimed five years ago It con templates action against either side which launched a new aggres sion The twopower talks which be gan Monday are scheduled to end with a White House session late Officials said a final summary statement would be South Africa Kicks Out the SOVIET CONSULATE CAPETOWN South Africa Foreign Affairs Minister E H Louw told Parliament Wednesday he has asked the Soviet consolgen eral in Pretoria to close his office and remove all consular staff from the Union by March 1 Louw alleged the consulate general had cultivated contacts with subversive elements in the Union and had formed a channel of com munication between them and Soviet Russia The House greeted the ministers announcement with a roar of applause that confirmation of the consulates subversive contacts had been provided by Radio had incited African and Indian populations to resist the government in South Africa He added the Liquor Act which prohibits supply of liquor to natives in the Union had not been observed on the consulate premises NEAR SIOUX RAPIDS Car Rams Into Train Three Women Tot Die SIOUX RAPIDS death toll rose to four Wednesday from Tuesday evening accident in which a car carrying four women and a baby crashed into a Rock Island work train The victims all were members of well known Sioux Rapids families The fourth victim was Mrs Vance Adams 51 who died at a jpencer hospital shortly noon Wednesday Killed outright in the crash were VIrs Inga Salveson 63 Mrs Lewis Hanson 51 and Delorcs Jan John on 17monthold daughter of Mrs cnton driver of the car Mrs Johnson remained in scri ius condition Wednesday The accident happened on a lippery section of U S Highway 1 where it crosses the Rock Is and tracks about six miles north I here in Clay County The southbound car which be Mrs Johnson and her was demolished The onged to iiisband odies of Mrs Hanson and the jaby were found in the wreckage and the others were thrown clear left Sioux Rapids the car The women about 1 for the 20 mile trip o Spencer and were returning lome after the stores there had losed The accident about o red The victims were removed to a lospital at Spencer where it took everal hours to complete identifi ation Mrs Hanson is survived by her lusband and seven grown children Mrs Salveson widow of a Sioux Rapids contractor is survived by son and daughter The Johnsons have two older hildrcn Russia Demands Release of Ships LONDON Wednesday emanded the release of Russian rawlers seized by Norway on harges of fishing illegally inside Norwegian territorial waters Moscow Radio said the Soviet overnment regarded the whole af air as a misunderstanding but tood firm in denying the Russian hips were trawling in Norwegian vaters Norway has sent navy torpedo pats and a frigate to the herring ishing waters off Alesund on the Northwest Coast and seized 14 So iet fishing boats in the last three ays 2 Men Questioned About Breakin and Stolen Car Two men were being questioned by Cerro Gordo County sheriffs officials Wednesday afternoon in connection with a breakin Tuesday night in Ventura and a stolen auto in Clear Lake The men were identified by offi Lce Bergman 21 Robert Van Horn cials as Billy Ventura and about 20 Clear Lake The breakin occurred at the Bea con Cafe on Highway 18 sometime Tuesday night Only two cartons of cigarettes were reported miss ing The breakin was discovered Wednesday morning A rear win dow was broken to gain entrance to the The automobile a 1939 model was reported stolen in Clear Lake Tuesday night About The Weather Mason CityfSnow diminishing and becoming light Wednesday night Thursday light snow Total ac cumulation 4 to locally 8 inches Moderate northerly winds to cause some drifting and blowing High Thursday 1520 Low Wed nesday night 1015 Iowa Light snow Wednesday night and Thursday Little change in temperature Low Wednesday night 1015 north and 1520 south Minnesota Flurries cold Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Maximum 15 Minimum 8 At 8 15 Snow 1 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 37 Minimum 13 Youth Admits Attacks on Woman Girl Boy 13 Captured at Mason City Home A 13yearold boy who polic said admitted attacks on a worn a and a girl was charged Wednesda with assault with intent to comm rape Acting Police Judge C R Servison transferred the case t juvenile court The lad was captured Tuesdaj vening within a half hour of an attack on a 15yearold girl The irl was thrown to the ground ant ought off attempts to tear off her Nothing Police said she was walk ng north on N Federal about in The assault took place be ween 15th and 16th Street North Police Called The girl scratched bit and hit icr assailant forcing him to run way police said She immediately an to her home and her father vent to the scene and momentarily aught sight of the boy The girl ailed police Six officers joined the father who y then had lost sight of the youth ogtrotting policemen followed the ads tracks in newlyfallen snow nd arrived at his home minutes ehind him After he was brought to the po ice station the boy was identified sy the girl and by Mrs Arlene Dishon 33 416 12th N W The boy vas said to have attacked Mrs Dishon Monday evening about even blocks away from the scene f the second attack Calling it a job well Po ice Chief Leo F Risacher said I ave only praise for the quick ac ion by the girl and her father and ur Top Speed Police tracking the boy were vorking at top speed in fear of osing the tracks on a heavily trav led area If the tracks had been ost Risacher said an allout man unt would have been put under ray until the assailant was found A mental examination may be made police suggested Officers re holding a scrawled statement vritten by the boy County Attorney William Pappas aid Wednesday afternoon that a caring would be held later in the ay in juvenile court Final dis osition of the boys case probably annot be made until after further earings and study he said Another Russian Shakeup Oust Berias Successor By RICHARD OMALLEY MOSCOW UP A new Russian government shakeup has unseated the successor of the Kremlins late secret police boss Lavrenty P Beria The Soviet government Wednes day announced the dismissal o S N Kruglov who became in ternal affairs minister in July 1953 shortly after his former boss Berif was deposed and condemned fo death as a traitor The secret police Vere removec From Kruglovs ministry nearly wo years ago but he had con inued in command of law enforce ment police known in Russia as the militia Back Page The terse announcement of the new change published on the bad page of the Communist party paper Pravda said Kruglov had been released from his post and succeeded by Moscows deputy mayor N P Dudorov Dudorov also is listed as chie of the construction department o the Soviet Communist partys Cen tral Committee a watchdog pos checking all government constru tion and adviser to the Sovi Council of Ministers Cabinet c construction Otherwise he is unknown t Western newsmen in Moscow Western observers noted that the itatement did not usua Soviet pattern in announcingsuch shifts It made no mention o Kruglovs future whereas such an nouncements usually say at least hat the official has been assigned o other duties Riots Cited Kruglovs militia has been under ncreasing criticism recently for ailure to deal adequately with ooliganism public drunkenness nd such outbreaks at sports vents as the riot at a football ame in Armenia last November The Soviet Cabinet change fol owed a series of toplevel replace ments in several of the Soviet re ublics The reshuffle was viewed y Western observers as a tighten ng of controls in preparation for he 20th Soviet Communist party ongress opening in two weeks A veteran police official Kruglov nee had charge of Russias labor rison camps During World War he served as vice commissar or internal affafrs and acted as ie Soviet security officer at the Tehran Yalta and Potsdam cori erences Billy Daniels Held in Harlem Shooting NEW YORK WNightclub and elevision singer Billy Daniels was harged Tuesday night with shoot ng and wounding a man in an fterhours bottle club in Harlem Daniels a Negro who gave his ge as 40 said he remembered olhing about any shooting He vas released in bail for a earing Wednesday on charges of elonious assault and illegal pos ession of a pistol TSK TSKI TULSA Okla Ffird a mechanic Wednesday was charged vilh stealing a Chevrolet A SALE DES MOINES A top price of for a bull consigned by Otto Vobis Davenport was paid Tues ay in the Iowa AberdeenAngus Breeders Assn sale PAUL PATTERSON Governor of Oregon Morse Foe Is DeocT PORTLAND Ore Paul jj Patterson of Oregon who was he top choice of Republican party eaders in Oregon to try to unseat Democratic Sen Wayne Morse next fall died of a heart attack Tuesday night Patterson who had announced only four days ago that he would make the race for the Senate was conferring with political advisers at the exclusive Arlington Club in Portland when he collapsed He was 55 Senate Race Dr Ernest Boylan tentatively blamed a coronary occlusion The only other Republican who has entered the Senate race i Elmer Deetz a dairyman who wa elected to the State Legislatur two years ago when he led a sue cessful campaign to remove Ore gonsMilk Control Act The party primaries will be fie n May Morse has no oppositio among Democrats Patterson became governor b cause he was president of the Stat senate in 1952 when Douglas Me Kay resigned to become secretar f the interior in President Eisen lowers Cabinet Senate President Patterson will be succeeded b e new State Senate presided ulmo E Smith publisher of th vcekly newspaper The Blue Mpun ain Eagle in the small caster Oregon town of John Day Smit Iso is a Republican After stepping into the governor hip Patterson was elected to ull fouryear term in 1954 Smit vill serve until a successor ca e named at the fall general elec ion PLAYING IT SAFE PORT GLASGOW Scotland UP were unable to launch th ew motor cargo ship Squall a tanned Tuesday It was too windy SAME Socialist Gets Big Majority Vows to End Algerian War By JOSEPH E DYNAN PARIS first Social st Premier since 1947 took over he governmental reins Wednesday leading a nonCommunist leftist oalition pledged to prompt nego iations to end the costly Algerian onflict The Socialist Party Secretary General Guy Mollet who once aught high school English was confirmed as the nations 22nd post var Premier by an unusually large majority of the National Assembly larly Wednesday The vote was 42071 with 83 ab tentions Popular Front The chambers 151 Communists ave their votes to Mollet to pres sure him for the popular front ieup they seek with the Socialists To counter this the Catholic MRP Popular Republican Movement and other moderate groups voted with Mollets Republican Front of Socialists and Radicals and most rightists abstained This gave the new Premier a majority of thosa voting without the Reds The Republican Front which Mollet leads jointly with Radical party leader Pierre GUY MOLLET actually has only about 180 votes n the 596member Assembly Be cause of this the government is generally conceded a life expec tancy of only three or four months The Premiers streamlined 13 man Cabinet includes seven Social sis three Radicals one nonparty man and two others from splinter roups MendesFrance is deputy premier without control of any ministry New Assembly In outlining hispolicybefore tha vote Mollet called for new reely elected Algerian assembly vhose leaders could negotiate a new unbreakable relationship vith France In line with his promise to work irgenlly and personally to halt the ighting in the North African Lerri ory he is expected to fly Lo AN iers soon Continued fighting across tho Mediterranean underlined the ur gency of new negotiations Seventy ix rebels were killed in scattered battles Tuesday including 20 in a clash in the Aures Mountains rrench casualties were not an lounced The Premiers policy statement Iso promised to strengthen the ixnation Western European Union nd the North Atlantic Alliance as cys to peace and liberty HOT AND as if Jerrys clog is getting the worst of it The dog isnt dressed for cold weather like the 4 year old son of Mr and Mrs 0 E Linde 935 7th S E Regardless of weather the values in Mason City stores Thursday Friday and Saturday will lie hot for Mason City Dollar Days Bob Burns Critically Hi in California ENCINO Burns e bazooka blowing Arkansas lory teller of the 30s is critically 1 with a kidney disorder The situation doesnt look too said Burns physician lyearold movie and radio come ian has been in a coma since st Saturday His health has bccrv iling since he underwent surgery iree years ago HURT IN CRASH SAPULPA Okla UP Robert Hayes DCS Iowa seriously injured Tuesday In a two car headon collision on U S near here in which a Wisconsin man was killed X   

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