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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for he Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S VOL LXU Associated Press and United Press FulJ Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 17 No Contests for Many of State Offices By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES begins to look like a mite more than half of the nominations for top state and congres sional offices to be made in Iowas June 4 primary election will go uncontested Most notable in this respect is that Gov Leo Hoegh so far has no opposition for Republican nomination This is not unusual An uncontested renomination of a Republican governor for a second term is something of a tradition in Iowa Of the 34 nominations to be made for state offices and the Senate and Congress there will beno contests the basis of present indications However there are 37 Repub lican and Democrat candidates for the other 15 nominations Most of these contests are for Demo crat nominations and they range all the way from twoway to four way races Any additional candidates for the 34 nominations have until March 31 to make their announce ments circulate their petitions and get them filed with the secre tary of states office The Lineup The uncontested up to addition to Hoegh for governor en the Republican ticket are Democratic nomination for lieu tenant governor State Sen George E OMaUey Des Moines Republican nomination for sec Thla Papei Consists of Ivvo One No 131 Soviets Attack Stalin Old Boss Denounced By TOM WHITNEY NEW YORK news retary of state Secretary of has been seeping out of the Soviet Tl rtn State City D Synhorst Orange Democratic nomination for sec retary of state Des Moines Frank L Davey Republican nomination for state Auditor C B Akers auditor Qttumwa Democratic nomination state auditor George J Norwalk f o r Eis Republican nomination for state treasurer Treasurer M L Abrahamson Boone Democratic nomination for state treasurer John E Han sen Eagle Grove Republican nomination for sec retary of agriculture Secretary Clyde Spry Bronson Democratic nomination for sec retary of agriculture Harold Ohison Spirit Lake Republican nomination for 1st District Fred Schwengel Davenport 3rd District Republican nomination for 3rd District congressman Rep H R Gross Waterloo Republican nomination for 4th District Karl M LeCompte Corydon Republican nomination for 5th District Paul Cunningham Des Moines Republican nomination for 6th District congressman Rep James I Dolliver Fort Dodge Democratic nomination for 6th District congressman The Rev Merwin Coad Boone Republican nomination for 7th District Ben F Jensen Exira Republican nomination for 8th District congressman Rep Charles B Hoeven Alton Democratic nomination for 8th District congressman Robert J Salem Sioux City Union during the last few days reports that tell of bitter denunci ation of the old No 1 Red Joseph Stalin and stories of riots pro testing the antiStalin attacks Its said that Soviet Communist Party boss Nikita Khrushchev told more than 1300 delegates of the 20lh Communist Party Con gress last month that Stalin was a murderer and a bungler that he massacred the flower of the Red army officer corps paving the way tor ivazr invasion fcddv Northern Ireland Wesley Man Hurt When Truck Is Struck by Train WESLEY 60yearold Wes ley man who hauls freight for the Milwaukee Railroad was serious ly injured Friday afternoon when the train he was to meet hit his pickup truck at a downtown cross ing Frank Hauptly was taken to Hancock Memorial Hospital in Britt with back injuries severe lacerations and excessive shock Hospital authorities said there was a possibility of internal in juries and that Xrays would be taken later Hauptly a retired fanner was driving south at the time of the accident The Milwaukee truin was coming from the east The impact knocked the truck about 50 feet The train was not moving fast at the time He was alone in the truck at the time Oxygen was adminis tered to Hauptly in the ambulance on the way to the hospital The accident occured about p m in World War II Riot aj Tiflis Its also said that Georgians in Stalins old borne town Tiflis rioted against Russians on March 8 and killed a number of in protest against a Kremlin sponsored antiStalin campaign This news has not come from American or other Western cor respondents in Moscow The cen sor still works on them 24 hours a day Its leaking out from Mos cow via diplomatic channels to foreign offices abroad and from there to the press So far the Soviet press and the Soviet radio have been totally silent about it all But it seems certain that soon theyre going to have to say something Obviously the Russian rumor mill is at work All over the coun try people are passing on to other people versions of what Khrush chev said And from outside the Soviet Union foreign broadcasts in Russian are transmitting back to those Russians who can hear them through the jamming stor ies of what the Western press is printing Stalins Crimes So perhaps part of the story of Stalins crimes is about to come out of the Soviet Union For the Western world it would be a sensation but a brief one Most westerners have lgngun derstood that Stalin had phobia and mistrusted everyone iaround him But if Soviet citizens hear this from their own government it is going lo be a severe and lasting shock Nearly everyone in Russia lost some dear one to Stalins purges and errors And such losses cannot be forgiven or for gotten Ali About CHURCH BURNED CHICAGO burned out the interior of St Pauls Episco pal Church Friday night causing estimated lioo dollars loss of half a mil The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Sunday Chance of oc casional rain or snow Saturday night High Sunday 4550 Iowa Fair lo partly cloudy through Sunday Warmer ex t r e m e southeast Saturday night otherwise little change in temperature through Sunday Low Saturday night 20s north SOs south Minnesota Light snow mild GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Friday 39 Minimum Friday night At 8 a m Saturday 33 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum IR ing sheep St IPainch spent his firststx years in Ireland as cr slave tend f near Saltymetta escaped from his to Brittany Some 25 years he tp fry Pope Cetestine to lead the Irish paaan drtrtdism ffe established his First Church a barn at the druias to a Great Meeting of chieftains at he won permission ftotn the Irish King to preach his Tt was here he first used the Shamrock to illustrate the ffoly In A U 444he built a Church the site of the presentday Cathedral Croagh Patrick he spent 4O days in prayer and drove the the Legend says that for seven years there aCter No Thing was to be found in St patrlch March 17 U near the spot he began his Holy Afi Blizzard Hits East Claims 47 Victims IKOM OUR WIRE A punishingwinter storm lashed northeastern and Middle Atlantic states Saturday leaving 47 persons dead in its wake and imperiling halt a dozen ships before it blew out to sea New England states counted 28 dead from the slorm Ohio re ported deaths New York 10 and New Jersey 3 Snowdrifts as high as 10 feet almost paraTyzeTT and travel and communications were disrupted from New York to Pittsburgh Sault Sainte Marie Leery of Finance Outlook Banking Chief Urges Caution DES MOINES head of the State Banking Department says he cant be so optinistic us to go along with u nearrecord consumer buying outlook as re situation in towa ami he said I dont believe its possible I dont see how that can happen Most of the income in Iowa is from agriculture Farm prices are lower now on a comparative basis than they were in the early Annual Survey The federal reserve boards an nual report on a survey it has conducted since 1949 on consumer finances covered n sampling of families It showed About 10 per record ruimbcr of the families plan to buy houses this year The per Brawl Fatal to Barkeeper DAVENPORT tavern keeper was injured fatally in a brawl at his tavern here early Saturday and police arrested his assailant An autopsy was ordered to learn the cause of the death of Lester Thomsen 49 operator of Buds may have hit his head on a bar rail ing after he was hit by Samuel Baker 32 Thomsen suffered a large cut on the right side of his head He was dead when he arrived at Mercy Hospital Eaker told detectives that he slugged Thomsen during an argu ment that stemmed from an earlier fight in which Thomsen hit Bakers friend Eugene Bur lingame with a glass Irene JoliotCurie Is Dead at 58 PARIS Irene Toliot Irish Premier Witnesses the ST PATS PARADE NEW YORK Irishmen of every national ity marched proudly up Fifth Avenue for six hours under the eyes of the NoV 1 Irishman Prime Minister John A Costello Costello was the first Irish Prime Minister to review the 120th annual St Patricks Day parade sponsored by the Ancient Order of Hibernians New York promised him its biggest best and longest The weather was cloudy and cool but parade chairman John Joseph Sheehan a native of Gleann Chorbraighe bravely said that Jhe Saturday hqjiday swelled the throng of spectators to two mil lion The less hearty watched on television The prime minister viewed the parade from a Central Park grandstand in the company of halMrish Mayor Robert F Wagner nonJrish Gov Averell Harrtman and Irish Ambassador John J Hearne I Adlai Talks Estes Shaking in the Same City MOORHEAD Minn sotas presidential primary moved toward its Tuesday climax with Adlai Stevenson and Sen Kefau ver DTenn making simultane ous pitches for votes for their Democratic delegate slates here Saturday Stevenson said he Curie Nobel Pme winning physi cist and daughter of the discovera major farm policv of radium died Saturday Sheithc Concordia was 58 cratic victory in November re gardless of the outcome of Tues days Stevenson touring the rich southern Minnesota farm belt Friday continued his assault on the Eisenhower agricultural poli cies Work Remains pn Farm Bill ported in a Board survey Federal Reserve reported the nations cold cs weather a frigid J above zero The howling blizzard slammed four U S destroyers aground in Narrugansctt Bay Rhode Island Tigs were rushed to the scene and it was reported that one ves sel was refloated almost immedi ately while the other three ap parently were in no immediate danger I The Italian freighter Etrusco driven ashore near Scituate by the wild storm and the the 30 crewmen aboard were threatened for a time But Coast Guardsmen removed the crewmen in a twohour breeches buoy operation 10 Inches of Snow Northern and Central Ohio were buried under more than 10 inches of snow in some areas Sixteen inches fell at Utica N air port Alontpelier had nina i inches of new snow burying it Banking Supt N 1 Black was t total depth of oO inches asked whether he believes the Some other New England outlook representative of the tions reported more than a foot j r i i i nf of snowfall Western Warylaru 1p fo sjx inches plus sleet and rain throughout the state Augusta Maine had a total snowfall of 19 inches and many other New England spots had al most as much Thousands of abandoned automobiles jammed highways At Nantucket 25 to 30 persons were evacuated from their homes by the Coast Guard Saturday as high tides caused by the blizzard flooded sections of Brant Point on Nantucket Island 600 Marooned cenlage is slightly higher than I3oston 600 persons last year jammed the Peter Bent Brigham A 1 1 n i i rM i Q I I K I t Iv t n 4 1 About 8 per cent intend to bay new cars this year This is close to the same as last year About 28 per cent expressed in tentions to buy major household appliances or furniture This is slightly lower than the 1955 inten tions About 22 per cent plan to make home improvements or mainte nance costing or more The percentage is about the same as last years intentions Savings Accounts 1 dont like lo be commented Id rather Black say I told you than ahead and buv Hospital lobby unable to travel because of snarled traffic In hardhit western Massachusetts the slate police barracks accom modated at least 100 stranded persons and hundreds more went to temporary Red Cross shelters in the area There were scores of automo bile accidents A New Haven couplereturning from Florida were killed when their car skidded on the New Jersey I turnpike Many storm deaths were attrib uted to ovcrcxertion or to slippery going In Ohio a fouryearold snowbank and a man n ln v L rn r K Lilv draw on their savings accounts whether they would go into installment buying Savers dont draw At least si oul much unless they really have to the banking superintendent WASHINGTON senators took the weekend of Saturday for St Patricks Day speeches and other political du ties before tackling the omnibus farm bill again sometime late Monday Before recessing the Senate approved without a record vote an amendment lo provide of S250 For federal purchase of beef pork mami n mans and other perishable tarm banks mli 0 nets not eligible for other types of hc depositors of picc support its all right for the bank to Senators estimate the farm makc jf he buvcf hc bank died The storm spawned in a low area early Friday over Tennessee faded in West People will buv on if they dont have to pay sllcake1 north too do year Weve boon putting the brakes on stale chartered banks in the matter of loans don bill once enacted would add to billion to farm B from ers income this year Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson who directs the legislative machinery called for the recess Friday night afler an other nine hours of wrangling and volinf failed to bring final passage lohnson lold newsmen he could not guess when the Senate would financing pays 2j per cent down on his installment pur chase History proves that no trend permanent The trend has been upward ever since the bank holiday in the early wicn complete action on he omnibus e wouk deliver At whore he appearedibill That has been its main buaii K Kill I I icy address injwith the President at a Plowvillcin0 Fclv jseries of She died in a Paris hospital The announcement did not disclose the cause of death She was the daughter of Pierre and Marie Curie who gained world renown with their discovery of radium She and her husband Frederic Joliot of Paris were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1935 for the discovery of artificial ra dioactivity After World War I JoiiotCuric incl her dress the same audience said he Republican Party stood behind KA 1 both Mme husband for livities as part of a Greater Moorhcad mini i aicuju v Keiauver whose supporters he Eisenhower was during the 1952 cam paign Stevenson said Eisenhower perhaps didnt understand what were turned down in pleas that their candidate be invited to ad He quoted Eisenhower hav ing said then that he and the would be out handshaking while the former Illinois governor is speaking Ray Hememvay state Demo cratic Farmer L a b o r DFL chairman said a joint appear ance would give the impression j me mi IK ubMun iand were widely criticized the two candidates wore compel alleged pro Communist ing against on another whern both are seeking s Ocmolvnvson sairl the price support laws then on the books that I firmly believe agriculture is entitled to a fair full share of the national income and a fair share is not mere ly JO per cent of parity but full This whcrr f stood in this whore I viand Sir Roads Slippery in CrescoDecorah Area DES MOINES to an inch of snow fell Friday rfight in the northeast corner of Iowa Parts of southern Iowa reported a few light snow flurries Satur day morning The State Highway Commission at Ames said the new snow made highways in the Cresco Decorah and Waukon areas and icy Driving conditions rapid ly worr rHtirning to normal iflrr daylight Saturday however Nebraska Woman Killed 3 Injured in Road Crash ONAUA itvMrs June A Far rens jfi Decatur was killed and her husband and two others were injured in an auto accident near Onawa early Saturday Sheriff Don Muir of Monona County said a 195 Mercury driv en by Kithard L Farrens 41 missed a Highway 75 curve three miles south of Onawa and crashed into t tree The car was demol ished The aeeklenl occurred about I Lcbannn aii A Karrens in earthquakes brokcn somn Lebanon Saturday ribs aiui collapsedlung Also widespread damage and werc Harok olson loss ol life Lemtg 40 A report at bolh tlso of Dccalur least 112 persons were killed Reports from isolated villages said many small unities were badly damaged and large numbers of victims were be lieved buried in the ruins Earthquakes in Lebanon Kill 112 DR HELES DIES DUBUQUK ovi Dr Juhu B Holes 81 died here Friday Ho was one of the founders ol Medical Associates a medical elinic SAME   

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