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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HI NEWSPAFIK THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWAMS MUCH 01 r VOL LXIII Pol nd IMted ftB LMM Wtro Conr WASON CITY WWA MONDAY OCTOBER 1954 to Follow Independent Course Presidents Rebuke of Bulganins Note FKOM THE UNITED PftESS The issue of Hbomb testing mushroomed beyond the domestic election campaign Monday and President Eisenhower rebuked the Rus sians for trying to get into the a ct Democratic presidential candidate Adlai E Stevenson criticized the White House saying it apparently dismissed Soviet Premier Bulganins atomic note to the President without sober con sideration Stevensons s t a t e m e n t was made after White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty had characterized the Russian mes sage as propaganda and be fore the President replied to Bulganin Meanwhile a 15riation United Nations group began a twoweek meeting on radiation hazards which have beenvone ofSteven One Mans A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAO Qaiaer uig ami SucUy WOI Amei Thar WSUI U City T Mans Best Hope for Peace T would seem to me that about the most melancholy persons in this old world of ours must be those who have lost all faith In the United Nations and are urging American withdrawal fromJ the the organization That would mean returning to the situation which down through the centuries has Nothing fundamental would have been changed It can be said I would be the first to concede it that the United Nations has riottlived up fully to thetiigbr tnjssipii set for ft 11 years agi wtien it came officially into being It has not prevented man frpm killing his fellow man on the field of battle War has not been banished as an instrument for dif ferences between nations Nobodyihas been more of on this score than I have for the reason that nobody cpjild be more critical havent wanted to see go down the drain until there was some plaus ible alternative Ive never heard a rational substitute suggested To withdraw from would mean to go it alone build our fenses as high as we can while other nations are doing the same thing It would mean cutting loose from those of peace and other nations In a real sense it would mean more orless withdrawing from the hu man race Waiting for An HBomb All of this I insist is about as melancholy as anything that could be imagined I am not ready to stand back and wait for somebody to drop an HBomb Theres every reason to believe that if man goes on making these fiendish contrivances some in sane person some day will order their use History suggests that unpleasant prospect Its almost a certainty To run out on the UN would be for our peaceloving nation to desert those of peaceful intent and good will the world around They are in overwhelming ma jority in all nations Russia in cluded Of that Im persuaded But without or its equiva lent they are at the mercy of the limited few who make but dont themselves fight our wars In any number of particulars as it is now constituted has a proud record Ill be spelling out some of these in this visit with you prompted by the observance of day But on the one test the ability to end war as Ive already admitted just hasnt measured up And theres no point in trying to make it appear otherwise Its been a case of sending a boy to do a mans work Where courage has been needed weve had timidity Suez a in Point There could of course be no more graphic illustrations of the thing Fm talking about here than thecurrent Suez crisis If had been equipped to handle the matter there wouldnt even have been any thought about setting up jySuei Canal Users Association TOere would have been an im mediate referral and quick poui trVe action Awl what did we get A period of bickering and dickering CONTINUED ON PAOI sons main arguments against further testing of the super weapons The meetings in New York coinciding with the final two weeks of the presi dential campaign will be pri vate Sided With Adlai Bulganins note was made pub lic Saturday It referred point edly to the campaign and ap peared to side with Stevenson against Eisenhower who has blasted as incredible folly his opponents proposal to stop H bomb tests The President in an angry re tort to Bulganin accused the Soviet premier of interference in domestic affairs arid with seeming to impugn my sincerity i Stevenson spending Monday at his Idbertyville home to plan his campaign was expected to issue a more pointed statement about the Presidents letter Internal Issue Eisenhower told Bulganin the sending of his note in the midst of a national election campaign constitutes an interference by a foreign nation in our in ternal The President said that if sim ilar interference were dulged in by an ambassador it would lead to his being de clared persona non grata not acceptable in accordance with longestablished He also told Bulganin that a statement in the Soviet premiers letter about Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was not only unwarranted but is personally offensive to Bulganin had accused Dulles of obvious dis tortion of Russian policy Honduras A threeman military junta ruled this Central American republic Monday in the wake of what apparently was its first bloodless political coup In history Julio Lozano 71 was removed as chief of state by the junta ExPolicemen Rap Micichs Court Policies CHARLES CITY M re signed policemen Monday charged unequal treatment of cases in Mayor Mike Micichs Court They blamed Mayors Court policies and low pay for their resignation The men James Johnson 23 and Roger Cook 24 resigned last as night patrolmen Both now areworking at the Deere plant in Waterloo Micich commenting on the as sertions said he occasionally waived a lesser municipal charge in favor of a state charge carry ing a heavier penalty He said it is not for a policeman to judge the merits of court cases Micich disclaimed control over salaries The complaint against the may ors court stated that in several instances to their direct knowl edge mayors court has dis missed charges against individ uals wherein similar cases pun ishment has been Both men saidthat their state ments were not made against the police department or Chief of Po lice Kermit Binger In signed statements given to newsmen two former offi cers also charged that pay scales of the Charles City police depart ment are The wage here for is a month sad the top wage for a patrolman ia after two yean POLES READ ALL ABOUT cluster on a street in Warsaw to TeadTpS oial newspaper edition of their Communist Partys switch Sunday to a new line away from Moscow control A wave of celebration swept across the Russiandomi nated country Honduras Ruled by Military Junta After Bloodless Coup led by Gen Roque J Rodriguez leader of the Francisco Morazon Military Academy members of the junta are Col Hector Carraccioli chief of the Honduras air force which played a leading role in the revolt and Maj Roberto Gal Man Injured in CarTrain Crash North of Mason City A 27yearold Mason City man Robert E Draeger 1511 Coolidge S was reported in fair condition Monday at Mercy Hospital following a cartrain collision The accident occurred shortly after at Freeman Sta tion which is two miles north on Highway 65 and a halfmile east According to Gary Kirschbaum 18 1629 Wilson a friend of Draeger they had left the Robert Newberry farm Route 4 sepa rately in their cars after having helped out with cornpickirig Kirschbaum told highway pa trolmen and sheriffs officers in vestigating the collision that he was driving west braeger and had in front of crossed the tracks when he saw the train hit the car broadside The train a Rock Island freight was going south The drive to the Newberry farm is about 300 feet east of the tracks Highway patrolmen measured the skid marks of the Draeger car and though they were 40 feet in length Kirsch baum denied that the two cars had been racing The Draeger car rolled about 65 feet following the impact and came to rest on a barbed wire fence south of the road and on the east side of the tracks Draeger was thrown from the car and lay nearby Kirschbaum said they were both driving back to Mason City Snells Ambulance took Draeger to the Mason City hospital Hunter Is Killed in Bottle With Grizzly AUGUSTA Mont A big grizzly bear killed one hunter and mauled another in a grim battle in the western Montana moun tains The victim was Kenneth Scott 29 Fort Benton farmer Another hunter Viv Squires re ceived a claw wound in the foot in the fight between the two hunt ers and the bear Squires de scribed as He said the Incident occurred in a wilderness area 40 miles west of here Saturday Scott died of injuries Sunday SAM Motorist Faces Assault Charge CEDAR RAPIDS UP A charge of assault with intent to murder was filed Sunday against a 35yearold man accused of in tentionally running his car into a gfpup of people James Williams Cedar Rapids was charged after six persons were injured when a car rode over the sidewalk and into the gather ing Policesaid Williams had been arguing with the group just before the incident Only three of the six required hospitalization however Authorities said they would also file charges of failure to give aid to the injured and some kind of driving violation in addition to the assault charges vez son of former President Juan Manuel Galvez A Honduras broadcast said one of the first acts of the junta was to proclaim illegal the two weeks ago of a Constituent Assembly for this bananagrow ing country of slightly over 1V4 million population Thebroadcas called the election a nationa shame and said it did not rep resent the popular will The Assembly had been calle by Lozano to meet Nov 11 anc was expected to elect him presi dent for a full sixyear term Members of the Liberal party headed by the exiled Dr Ramon Villeda Morales had assailed the election as a fraud Twelve per sons were killed in election day violence Lozano who has been actirig president with the title chief of state since September 1954 claimed a clean sweep for his supporters in the election two weeks ago He heads the Na ional Union party He declared that his party and the Reformist party an allied group won all 56 seats in the Assembly There was no report of fight ing in connection with Sundays oup Apparently air force planes threatened to bomb the presi dential palace and Lozano sub mitted his resignation HUNTING VICTIMS MINNEAPOLIS Jfi Two per sons died of gunshot wounds in the first two days of Minnesotas pheasant hunting season Shot fatally Sunday were Lampert Mulhern 17 Stewartville and Robert Joswick 12 Winona Kefauve in City Tuesday Plans Major Farm Talk Estes Kefauver Democratic vice presidential candidate will e in Mason City Tuesday to de iver what is described by Robert Douglas Cerro Gordo County Democratic chairman as a ma ior farm Kefauver will make only two stops in Iowa on his current vote etting swing and will leave Ma son City Tuesday night for De troit The Senator will arrive at the Mason City Airport at about xm and will be escorted to the club for a public dinner to be held at 5 oclock Main Address A halfhour telecast is sched uled from KGLOTV at and fCefauver willthen give his main address at Roosevelt Fieldhouse at 8 Herschel G Loveless Democra tic candidate for governor and R M Spike Evans candidate for senator will share the latform with Douglas said it wiH be the last Iowa appearance of Steverisons run ning mate before the election Lee Harthah T h o r n to n is general chairman in charge of arrangements for the Fieldhouse rally HBomb Topic An afternoon address atWater loo will precede KefauVers ap pearance in He will comedo Iowa directly from Poca tello Idaho In bis Mason City speech the Senator also may touch on Presi dent Eisenhowers rejection of an proposal made over the weekend by Premier Bulganin o Russia In remarks at Monday Kefauver said he was shocked at the Presidents terse action and said is no time for military minds Ur shape the future of He called the rejection striped pants las won the title role in Otto Premingers forthcoming movie production of Saint Jean Seberg daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward Seberg Mar shalltown Iowa was selected Sunday over two other finalists or the role in the movie version of George Bernard Shaws drama Aspirants Preminger said he personally conducted a mile tour of 19 cities in the United States Canada and Europe and made lis final choice from as pirants for the role Miss Seberg was my fina choice because she materialized the imageI had of Saint Joan in the back of my Premingei salfl The selection was announced a a news conference here Sunday afternoon and Jean later appearec on Ed Sullivans television show Happiest Girl Do I have to tell you thai I am the p pi e s t girl in the Tractor Overturns Waukon Farmer Dies WAUKON Hermeier 63 a Waukon farmer was killed Saturday when his tractor over turned on him Authorities said Hermeier was clearing some brush and tree stumps from his farm six miles northeast of here when the tractor tipped killing him instantly Hickenlooper Declares Bomb Fallout Checked DBS MOINES W Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper RIowa said Monday this country has developed a new atomic bomb where the poisonous fallout has been almost completely elimi nated He called it a clean bomb The senator said also in a news conference that the atomic energy confusion the Democrats are trying to creat is mostly talk by Democratic politicians who dont know anything about Hickenlooper went on to say that for anyone to advocate the halting of bomb testing for weapons purposes is not only talking foolishness but is advocating that we abandon our greatest cource of weapons Nothing would pleasure the Kremlin Hickenlooper said than to have us fall into this The senator was the first chairman of the Joint Congressional Committee on Atomic Energy and has been a member ever since He is the ranking Republican senator on the group v Hickenlooper said that atomic weapons tests are made only on new types of weapons or new firing mechanisms He said We do not continue to explode alreadytested weapons nor do we ex plode weapons just to hear the The bomb which Hickenlooper described as almost eliminating poisonous fallout was developed in the last year the senator re lated If Stevenson had been president and put into effect his pro of stopping atomic bomb explosions and having no tests we would not have developed dean bombc SEN ESTES KEFAUVER Man Trys Suicide Wounds Self but Kills His Mother PERCIVAL Iowa farm laborer accidentally killed his mother when he wounded himself with a 22 caliber rifle while try ing to commit suicide Sunday authorities said The shooting occurred in the kitchen at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Record Percival Gerald 30 their son shot himself in the shoulder The same bullet went through an open door and struck his mother 64 who was standing on the back porch Dr Ralph Lovelady Fremont County coroner said she was killed instantly Record was charged with man slaughter Globemaster Crash Lands in Antarctic AUCKLAND N Z U S Air Force Globemaster State of Washington crash landed at McMurdo Sound ia Antarctica at the ead of a mile flight from Cbristchurch N H was reported here Moe Idajr fajuriM JEAN SEBERG Marshalliown Girl Earns Top Film Role NEW YORK W A pretty 17 earold actress who less than a year ago was playing in a high chool production of Our Town rise of new Polish Communist 1 e a d e r I ledged to independence front Moscow has brought about movement inside the Kremlin to emove Nikita S Khrushchev rom his top post in the Soviet party Polish Communist reported Monday With tough antiStalinist dyslaw Gomulka taking the reini n Poland the Soviet party lead ers have scented a defeat arid he three Mal enkov and formed an anti Khrushchev these informants said The Polish Communist view was this The three deputy V M Molotov Georgl Malenkov and A I oppose Khrushchev partly be cause of his overall policies but principally because of his per sonality and the rough way las carried out those policies Repercussions Seen Some repercussions inside ireinlin seeried inevitable wheii the group behind 51yearold Go mulka the reins of swept Stalinists policymaking posts Syho became a national iero Itiy Stalin emerged on top after a shakeup of the Polish partyV ruling Politburo Sunday night the blueeyed wneybrown haired Jean asked after her selection Jean entered the State Uniyerf sity of Iowa last September in ending to major in dramatic arts Jean probably return home Thursday Her mother said she lans to stay home until her 18th lirthday anniversary Nov 13 Then she leaves for L o n d o n vhere rehearsals for the film wfll egin Dec 11 Also in the cast are Richard Widmark and Richard Burton RECORD FAIR DALLAS W The staite fair of Texas kept a firm grip on its claim as the biggest state faiivffi the wprld when it closed its 1956 showing here Sunday with a total attendance of during the twoweeks run p4 hr About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair through Tuesday Cooler Monday night low 3035 Cooler Tuesday high 6265 Iowa Clear to partly cloudy through Tuesday Cooler with gusty northwesterly winds Mon day night Low 30s north 40s south Little temperature change Tuesday FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees above normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs 55 north to 60 south Normal lows 34 north to 38 south Cooler Wed nesday Warmer Thursday and Friday Precipitation will av erage onetenth to onefourth of an inch occurring as occa sional rain Friday and Satur day Minnesota Partly cloudy cooL GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 71 Minimum Sunday night 45 At 8 Monday 51 YEAR AGO Maximum M Minimum Ji GlobeGazette weather data ap to 9 Sunday Maximum 71 Minimum 40 41 Restored to Power Kfirushchevs Sought r L v rom Surrounding Gomulka in the streamlined group were bther raien said to favor dJsea All remained pledged to contin ued Communist government Among the Stalinists tossed out of the Politburo was Marshal Konsantin Rokossovsky the Po lishbbrn Soviet army hero in stalled by Stalin as head of Po lands military forces in 1949 to hold the country in the Soviet orbit Key Pott The election of a new Politburo with Gomulka in the key post of first secretary climaxed athrecr day meeting of the Party Central Committee The Soviet Union ex erted intense pressure to keep its men in places of authority Des pite tension and reports of clashesbetween Polish and Soviet iroopj Warsaw remained quiet Gomu e officially took power issued a virtual declara from Mos speech to the Cen he denounced he called misrule of past 12 years There is more than one o he d e c 1 a r e d There is the Soviet way There is the Yugoslav way And there are other Other Changes Gomulkas sweeping victory might herald fateful changes in other parts of the East European Soviet satellite bloc Some Polish Communists said they expect Hungary to take a similar course by returning to power former Premier Imre Nagy who was deposed in 1955 as a rightist Only Sunday sands of Hungarian students is sued ultimatums to the authorities threatening street demonstrations unless their demands for freedom and better living condi tions are met within two weeks Gomulka was the Polish Com munist party chief once in the original Communist gov ernment after World War 1L Then known as a friend of theJStpfiet Union A member of the Rowkrers movement 22 be had been in and out of jail for subversive activ ity inr iteWorld War H aad twice had sought refuge m neighboring Russia Daughter is Born to Hie Eddie Fishers BURBANK Calif expected by crooner er and his aetaM Reynolds weeks ahead of baby   

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