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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper tOt QM HO0BO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NIWSfAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL NOITH IOWA MS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII fnm tad United Press Mil LMM Wins ttevta a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 21 1954 Tkte Paper Two Demonstrations Spreading in Poland Ike Plans Answer to Adlai HBomb Still Hot Issue FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES President Eisenhower was to reply Tuesday to Adlai E Steven sons proposed ban on Hbomb tests in the presidential candi dates running fued on the cam paigns hottest issue Stevenson meanwhile flew to New York to campaign in the voterich city The Democratic presidential candidate agreed with the resentment the Presi dent showed to Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganins method of seeking an Hbomb ban But Stevenson added fuel to fire when he said the real issue is what we are going to do to save the world from hydrogen Tours Michigan Vice President Richard M Nix on whistlestopped in labor powerful Michigan where he is expected to continue to stress the GOP prosperity theme in railside speeches at industrial centers The President is expected to release momentarily his newest answer to Stevensons Hbomb moratorium request In previous replies to Stevenson Eisenhower has insisted on the open sky inspection plan that he advocated in a speech to the United Na tions Stevenson obviously was stung by the wording of what he called Eisenhowers unfortunate mes sage assailing Bulganins latest letter offering to reopen discus sion of ipossible curbingjolLatomic tests The Stevenson camp felt Eisenhower went out of his way to attempt to put his Democratic opponent on the same side of the political fence with Bulganin Shares Resentment The President said Bulganins criticism of Secretary of State Dulles was personally offensive to He added that Bulganins statements seem to impugn my own Stevenson said in a statement he shares Eisenhowers resent ment at the manner and timing of Premier Bulganins interfer ence in the political affairs of the United Then he added This is not the first time the Russian leaders have said things related to our presidential elec tion Bulganin himself expressed the hope some time ago that Ei senhower would run for reelec tion and then more recently other Russian leaders have said they Eisenhower for presi AP Wirephoto TOP ALGERIAN REBELS AFTER ARREST Five leading Algerian rebels stand handcuffed following their seizure by the French at an Algiers airfield Left to right are Mostafa Lachref Mohammed Boudiaf Hussein AitAhmed Mo hammed Khider and Ahmed Ben Bella Algerians Protest Arrest of Five Rebel Leaders Soviet Flags Are Tom Down FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ALGIERS Angry demonstra tors clashed xwith police in Tunis Tuesday and unrest spread else where in North Africa in the wake of the surprise arrest of five top Algerian rebels by the French Hope dimmed for a peace in Algeria meeting inTunis be tween Sultan Mohammed V Morocco and Tunisian Premier favored Stevenson was expected to ex pand in a Madison Square Garden appearance Tuesday night on what he said Monday was the real issue involved in an ex change of letters between Eisen hower and Bulganin Former Gov Thomas E Dewey of New York backed up Eisen hower Monday night He said that if Russia broke a ban on bomb tests she would have an 8to14 month lead over this country be cause it would take that long for the United States to get ready to resume its own tests Such a lead Dewey said might permit a Soviet breakthrough to a brand new type of weapon that could destroy the United States Three Defend Court Policies of Micich CHARLES CITY W Mayor Mike Micichs conduct of Mayors Court was defended Tuesday by City Attorney Keith Noah Chief of Police Kermit Binger and Po lice Officer Harold White The statements in support of Micich were a followup to criti cism voiced Monday by James Johnson 23 and Roger Cook 24 who resigned last week after a relatively brief tenure as night police patrolmen Johnson and Cook said their pay was too low but also devoted ex tensive criticism to the conducl of Mayors Court They claimed Micich gave unequal treatment to cases coming before him Noah said Micichs court had shown no partiality polictical or professional and added that this mayors court has been fair and under less outside than any such court Noah hac known in Charles City Chief Binger said Micich has conducted his court in as fair anc impartial a manner as any mayor I have worked Officer White said he agreed with Binger labib Bourguiba The Sultan was considering returning immediate y to Rabat Several hundred students ran through the streets of Casablan ca waving the green flag of the Algerian rebellion and shouting for free Another gathered in front of the French Embassy shouting rebel slogans Labor leaders called general protest strikes in Tunis and Casa blanca Crowds in Tunis were described as in an ugly mood Frenchmen were reported fear ful of outbreaks of violence di rected at them Tunisian mounted police clashed with the demon strators as they tried to march on government buildings The five captured rebel leaders were held incommunicado in Al measures were Rockwell Flier Escapes Injury in Crash Landing LANCASTER W Ernest W Meyers 45 Rockwell Iowa escaped injury Monday when he was forced to crash land his light plane on a farm about 18 milus northeast of here Meyers said he was ferrying the plane from a factory in Bristol to the TotowaWayne Air port near Paterson N when he ran into poor weather He said he turned back plan ning to return to New Kingston but poor weather forced him to land on a farm where the craft turned over on its side iers French sources said they vere questioned throughout the ight Security tepped up throughout Algeria in expectation of rebel reprisals Dramatic capture of the Algeri ans was made possible by thi French pilot of an airliner wh duped them into thinking the were landing on friendly soil evoked bitter protests from bot Tunis and Rabat Big prize for the French wa Ahmed Ben Bella veteran nation alist who has been mastermind ing the insurgent movement from sanctuary provided by Egypt The seizure touched off a flurry n Paris where Premier Guj UEolIet summoned his Cabinet fo a brief emergency night session and scheduled another huddl Tuesday Mollet is due to as 5arliament for a vote of confi dence on his governments poli cies in Algeria In Rabat the Moroccan govern ment charged the capture of th Algerians was pure Moroccos Acting Premier Edris Mhammedi said he had called on he United States Britain ant Spain to intervene on behalf o the rebels A report from Cairo Egypt said the Algerian National Lib eration committee appointed twi new leaders of the rebellion fc replace the captured leaders anc announced that the war in Al geria will continue without the slightest Iowa Experiences Cooler Weather Cooler air dominated Iowa weather during the night and lows early Tuesday ranged from 31 at Spencer to 45 at Burlington and Davenport Mason City reported 33 High temperatures Monday aft ernoon varied from 67 at Sioux City to 80 at Burlington Daytime temperatures Tuesday and Wed nesday were expected to top in the high 60s Wall Gives Way in Downtown Red Oak RED OAK were sev eral narrow escapes but no one was injured Monday afternoon when most of the north side of a two story downtown business building collapsed with a crack ling roar Except for a corner most of the side of the building which collapsed fell into an exca vation at the site of a new Wool worth building Des Moines Crash Fatal to Engineer WEST DES MOINES UP George Webster 50 West DCS Moines was killed Monday nigh when his car missed a curve on Iowa 90 three miles west of here Wphster who was an engineer for the Rock Island Railroad wa Irivinsr alone at the time of th aerirlent Authorities said the ca info a ditch and hroko nf a telephone pole which fell on th car SAMf DATI1K5SM Woman Is Victim of CarTruck Collision Kefauver HitsGOP Tactics Mason City Is Last Iowa Stop WATERLOO Sen Estes Ke fauver Tuesday accused the Ei senhower administration of using the farm soil bank program for political purposes The soil bank is being cut and trimmed to fit the political needs of the Eisenhower administra he said in a speech pre pared for delivery at a fair grounds farm labor gathering here Very little of the money is go ng to states that are considered ure to go Democratic Not much nore of it is going to states that re considered safely Republican Serious Trouble The money is being spent in tates where Republicans are in I he most serious political trouble like Iowa One fifth of the vhole national total that is being spent on the soil bank this year s going into Following his speech here Ke fauver headed for Mason City and another farm talk The Senator was to arrive a the Mason City Airport at p m and then was to be gues at a public dinner at the Club at 5 A halfhour live telecast i scheduled over KGLOTV at arid Kefauver then will give hi main address at Roosevelt Field house from to The lat ter talk will be aired by KGLO radio After his Mason City address Kefauver was to board his special plane immediately for his next appearance in Detroit Arrival The Senator who arrived at Waterloo at Thuesday didnt leave his hotel room until noon He was met by a group of Democratic women and joined them in coffee and cookies Her schel Loveless Democratic can didate for governor was with Ke fauver Kefauver then made a luncheon appearance at the United Pack inghouse Workers Union hall He told a crowd of several thousand workers from the nearby Rath Packing Co plant the administra tion has broken promises to both the farmer and President Eisenhower was against the an hour minimum wage law passed by Congress he said while the Democratic Party was pledged to an hour He also accused Vice President Nixon of using smear tactics n getting elected to Congress and AP Wirephoto HARMON TROPHIES PRESENTED President Eis enhower has a bit of fun talking to Jacqueline Auriel of France during the presentation of the Harmon avia tion trophies at a White House ceremony Tuesday Winnersare left to British Group Capt John Cunningham first commercial jet trip around the world Mme Auriel holder of womens speed record of 715 miles an hour and Lt Comdr Charles Mills U S Navy for daring icing experiments with lighterthan air craft Military Shakeup Revealed Unrest Likely to Spread By COLIN FROST WARSAW Poland UP Wild antiRussian demonstrations were reported from three major Polish cities Tuesday Angry crowds in Wroclaw the former German city of Breslau stormed the headquarters of the PolishRussian Friendship Society and tore down and trampled on Soviet flags A Western eyewitness said the crowds yelled Rokossovsky to Siberia and tell the truth about the Katyn Marshal Konstantin Rokossov sky a Soviet Red army hero of World War II is the Polish de ense minister who was ousted Sunday from the United Workers Communist Party Politburo in a purge of Stalinists COLO Helen Toiberg 27 Des Moines was killed late Mon day in a cartruck collision on Highway 65 about three miles south of here She was the driver of a north bound auto that collided with a southbound truck driven by Sum ner Flander Oskaloosa Flanders escaped unhurt Two men riding in the Toiberg auto James Carch 46 McAlester and Joe Lunly 30 Des Moines were hospitalized at Nevada Housewife Mayor Plans Showdown Over Salary for Feminine Marshal COLLEGE SPRINGS Iowa UP A pistolcarrying housewife mayor plans to call a showdown meeting with an allmale City Councilto vote on a salary for her appointed feminine town marshal Mrs Roy Simpson who has been trying to slow down the appointed Mrs Harold Bryson a town marshal the first peace officer in this town of 368 in 22 years Although Mrs Simpson can appoint the City Council controls the communitys pocketbook and has refused to pay Mrs Bryson money for the marshals bond which expired Sept 1 had to be solicited by Mrs Simpson since the council refused to under Near Border Similar demonstrations were m 1952 We have a new Nixon Kefauver said hes in favor of holding up farm prices until after the DR OLSON IMPROVING Dr Russell L Olson 55 North wood physician injured in a car truck accident Thursday two miles north and two miles west of Kensett was reported improv ing Tuesday at Park Hospital in Mason City Crash Injuries Are Fatal to David C Meed David C Meed 57 Thornton died in a Mason City hospital Monday night from injuries suf fered in an auto accident Oct 13 He had been hospitalized since the accident which occurred about six miles south of Clear Lake on Highway 107 According to the sheriffs office the car driven by Meed had gone out of control and rolled over several times It had skidded over 300 feet before overturning ac cording to the report Meed suffered a broken leg broken back crushed chest and other injuries in the onecar ac cident He was alone in the car Funeral arrangements are in complete The McAuley and Son Funeral Home is in charge write the bond Mrs Bryson with some help from Mrs Simpson has been campaigning to stop reckless driving by young and the shooting of fire crackers in the town They handed out 60 tickets for traffic violations and disturb ing the peace during one month Fired Pistol reported from Szczecin Stettin and the university cuy of Kra kow Wroclaw and Szczecin are near the Polish border with Com munist Germany Krakow is oa the Vistula River 155 miles south west of Warsaw The Katyn Forest was scene of the machine gunning of Polish officers in 1940 be fore Russia entered the World War The Russians who had moved in to occupy eastern Po land denied Western charges that they did the killing The demonstrations came as Parliament was called into ses sionhere amid public celebration of the nations newly proclaimed independent course A govern ment shakeup appeared immi nent Warsaw Radio in a broadcast heard in London said there had been a shakeup in Rokossovskys Defense Ministry It said Gen Marian Spychalski once purged with Wladyslaw Gomulka the new chief of the Politburo had been appointed deputy defense minister and chief of political of ficers in the Polish army He took the place of Gen Kazimierz Wit aszewski who had played a key role in exerting Stalinist control over Polands armed forces The radio said the action was taken by the new Politburo in accord Mrs Simpson who straps her pistol on from time to time to let the town know its mayor means business recently routed row dies from the town park by firi AS THOUSANDS DEMONSTRATE Hungary Promises Reforms Farmer Killed in Blasting Accident NEMAHA Lewis 36 farmer near Nemaha was killed Monday while working alone at rock blasting in a field A neigh bor summoned when Lewis failed to return at mealtime found him dead of a blasting accident His widow and three children survive RECORD RUN SIOUX CITY W The calves received Monday was the largest run in the last years in the Sioux City market BUDAPEST Hungary UP Shouts of Out with Rus sian troops and want a new government with Imre Na gy were raised in a demonstra tion by thousands of university workers and offduty soldiers in Budapest Tuesday The Hungarian Communist Party leadership had promised government reforms looking to ward a now leadership demo cratically but bagged the country to bo patient and noisy demon stration was held in front of the statue of Gen Josef Bern dependence a Polish general who headed Hungarys revolutionary army in this countrys lMt49 War of Independence against Haps burg monarchs The demonstration had a double purpose It was advertised first as gesture of sympathy and soli darity with the Polos who throw Stalinist elements out of the Polish Communist Party leadership Sunday Secondly it turned into a pub Ik mass demand for a similar Hungarian declaration of in from con trol Many demonstrators shouted for free elections and freedom of the press Others demanded that Mat yas Rakosi the deposed Stalin ist dictator of Hungary be brought back from Russia to stand trial before a tribunal of the Still others shouted demands for tearing down the huge Stalin statue in Budapest Police stood about the edges of the crowd and did not inter fore They only sought to pro vent cars and trucks from run ing into the demonstration ance with the motion of the min ister of national sumably Rokossovsky Orderly Parade The Western witness said the ing her pistol into the air whenjWroclaw demonstrations started the teenagers confronted her jwitn a meeting in the citys uni Some of the elderly people injversity and an orderly parade the town asked me to run for j through the town mayor last year in order to slow The meeting acclaimed resolu down the she said The kids have been taking over the town for some time and the old er people who make up half the town wanted a The guntoting mayor won a close election race last Novem ber from former mayor Walter LOSES ARM MANCHESTER W Leonard Schlaarman 40 farmer four miles northwest of here lost his right arm in a com picker acci dent Monday afternoon Dow Her salary is S24 a year S2 lined the streets to watch People All About rA4Fff i The Weather for every council meeting the same as council members Petition Circulated A petition was circulated by the council seeking the removal of Mrs Simpson from office But the mayor said she couldnt be removed until they get some criminal charge on her and prove her unfit to hold public Meson Cety Partly cloudy and warmer through Wednesday tions supporting the new leader ship of the Polish Communist Party and demanding more de mocracy Then with banners and torches the march through town started Thousands of cheering poured out of restaurants and homes to join the march Polish flags were hung from windows The crowds cried Long live Gomulka for Wladyslaw Go mulka the new chief of Polands Communist Party Politburo who has proclaimed a policy of in dependence in relations with Mos cow Others in the crowd chanted A traffic charge against live free Poland and DA rrt riTrtinri I elri Simpson has been filed in Page County District Court in Clarinda on the complaint of Hubert And Release Cardinal Stefan Cardinal Wysiynski Roman Catholic primate of Po High Wednesday upper 60s madTa right landwas Iowa Generally fair turn from a left hand lane government mltoS He was re ported released from prison m 955 but is believed to be living Wednesday warmer Low Tues Mrs Simpson filed a counter day night mid 40s to low 50s Minnesota Cloudy windy warm er GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Maximum Monday 72 Minimum Monday Night 33 At 8 Tuesday 39 YEAR AGO Maximum 63 Minimum 45 charge against Andrews charg ing him with swearing parking in a crosswalk and failing to yield the right of PLANE MISSING MADRID UP A U S Air Force plane with five men aboard was listed as missing Tuesday on a flight between Madrid and Bar celona n a monastery where he is not allowed to exercise any functions of his office The crowd also shouted Legi nica for Leginica is the main Soviet army near the East German border Most rumors of new Soviet troop and warship m Poland and near Polish were discounted here   

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