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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 31, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited tot itv GLOBJEGAZETTE T H I NEW SPA PER T H A T M A K E S A L L N 0 R T H I 0 W AN S NEIGHBOR S HOME EDITION VOL LXIII AuocUtod Preu and Doited PreM Pull Leua Wirei Seven Oats Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 31 1957 This Paper ConsLsti at Two No 341 v Record of Congress Disappoints Ike I Molotov Is Banished to Oufer Mongolia Post Health of U S Road Toll Starts Slow Climb Final Fling of Summer By THE ASSOCIATED PEESS Traffic 75 Drowning 2 Miscellaneous 11 TOTAL 88 V M MOLOTOV The Labor Day weekend death toll began a slow but grim climb Saturday as millions of Americans clogged the highways for a final summer holiday fling Before the 78hour holiday pe riod is over 420 persons will die in traffic accidents according to a National Safety Council estimate The countbegan at 6 pm local time Friday and will run through midnight Monday The Weather Bureau forecast fair weather for junketers in the far west and most of the east but showers and thunderstormswere promised for the midcontinent Three an Hour The traffic death rate in the early hours Saturday and late Fri day night was about three an hour This rate would bring the final toll to less than the safety organizations estimates But a Heavy crush of traffic was ahead including the homeward surge of millions of travelersltfon day evening Another Great Atomic Blast Touched Off ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev UB A powerful atomic blast vapor ised a 700 foot tower in a gigantic purplerimmed fireball Saturday while a force of the nations nu clearageinfantry watched A wall of dust and an earth shaking shock wave hit some 900 foot soldiers as they waited to take part in the most elaborate test of the Atomic Energy Com missions 1357 testseries The blastfifteenth atthe Yuc Diplomat Is Failing Lost Job With Party MOSCOW Si V M Molotov who won international prominence as chief of all Soviet diplomats was named Saturday to the minor diplomatic post of ambassador to Outer Mongolia The government announcemen of the new job for the former pre mier and foreign minister was the second assignment of a loser in the recent Kremlin shakeup by Nikita Khrushchev The Soviet Communist party chief earlier sent former Premier GeorgiMal enkov off to run a power station in remote Kazakhstan just west of Mongolia Molotovs appointment was an nounced here by the government But Big Steps Taken Sofons Head Back Home MUSSOLINIS REMAINS IN CHURCH Two men and a Garabinieri marshal view the plain wooden soffin containing the remains of dictator Benito Mussolini in AP Wirephoto side the chapel at Predappio Italy The body was turned over to Mussolinis widow for burial in the family tomb at St Cassiano Cemetery The Safety Councu has said the weAfrfl United States death toll need not be as high as it predicted if motorists take ex tra precautions to meet the holi day load Normal Period ca Flat test site this at am Flash from the explosion was visible over a large area of the It pointed out that traffic deaths during this years 4day Memorial Day weekend and 4day Independ ence Day period no greater than during normal nonholiday periods of the same duration There were 426 traffic deaths over Independence Day and 413 during the Memorial Day period The Associated Press in a test period from 6 pm Friday Aug 16 to midnight Monday Aug 78 398 highway fatalities r The record tabor Day traffic death toll was 461 set over a 3 day period in 1951 Last year over a 3day period 435 persons were killed The record overall drownings and miscellaneous Atomic scientists said that Sat urdays shot codenamed Smo key was more powerful than the one which shattered Hiro shima in 1945 It was rated as being equal to more than 20000 tons of TNT About The Weather Mason City G en e r a 11 y fair through Sunday High temper atures near 90 Low Saturday Anight in upper 60s Iowa Generally fair and con tinued warm through Sunday Low Saturday night upper 60s north to low 70s south Minnesota Partly cloudy scat tered rain much warmer GlobeGazette weather data up newspaper Izvestia Mostly Horsemen As ambassador to the Mongoli an Peoples Republic Molotov technically will handle Russian foreign relations with a nation o somewhat more than a million people A majority of the popu laiion are tentdwelling horsemen little advanced from the day wheffGeiighisKhan set forth from Mongolia to scourge world At 67 Molotov is reported in poor health He is one of the few remaining old Bolshevik compan ons of Stalin His record includes the premiers post from 1930 to L941 and foreign minister most of the time from 1939 to 1953 After Stalin died in 1953 Molo tov began to slip from power He was minister of state control when the July turnover came Lost Jobs Molotov and Malenkov lost their Communist party and government jobs after Khrushchev accused them of plotting againsthis lead ership NewType Rocket Is Given Test To Her It Sounded Like Running Over A CARDBOARD BOX Diplomats in London regarded Molotovs assignment as a politi cal joke aimed at keeping him Moscow Contacts The job was considered as having lit tle importance since diplomatic relations between Russia and Out er Mongolia are a mere formal ity also was set in 1951 with 658to 8 am Saturday Overall fatalities last year num bered 596 These included 89 drownings and 72 miscellaneous deaths Iowa Counts Its First Two Road Deaths of Holiday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa has counted its first two traffic deaths of the Labor Day weekend The two deaths both recorded Friday night were those of Mrs James Gavin 32 Cedar Rapids and William Hitch 38 Sumner Mrs Cavin was fatally injured in an accident four miles east of Maquoketa on Highway 64 Her husband 34 and two other per sons Bernard Jacobsen 35 of Ce dar Falls and his son Phillip 7 suffered cuts and bruises Hitch was killed in a twocar collision on Highway 51 miles southeast of Waukon Injured were Hiram Olson of West Union and David Ewing about 20 of near Waukon Olson was reported in serious condition A recent rumor had said Molo tov would be named ambassador to Argentina Observers noted MISS3JUE Canaveral Fla UP A laaTlistic sister of the highly regardedJup iter intermediate missile possibly be counted among the United States rocket weapons A missile of estimated 70foot believed to be the Air Forcedeveloped Thor was suc cessfully launched from closely guarded Cape Canaveral Friday afternoon Observers four to eight miles from the launching pads saw the whitehulled rocket roar straight up part company with its boost er section then dive with the booster portion in long seaward arcs marked by vapor trails in the cloudless sky Test center officials would say only that a missile was launched If it was the Thor the flight vis ible nearly four minutes was the first reported instance of Thor rocket leaving the ground Both the Jupiter developedby the Army and the Thor were de signed as intermediate range 1 500mile rockets LONG BEACH Calif I fudge gives this advice to sports car owners You can save yourselves crushed fenders and mashed grills by carrying fivefoot high flags visible through windows of conventional auios Municipal Court TSrnHh made the suggestion and then awardechSfe damages Friday to Arno O Pokerns owner of a little car who sued Mrs John J Terrall owner of s big car Mrs Terral testified that when she backed into a parking place she heard a crunching noise But 1 thought I had run over a cardboard box and continued backing The obstacle Pokerns twoseater Racists in RroBenito Outburst WASHINGTON U The na lions lawmakers were streaming home Saturday to get the verdict on their 1957 labors and restlup for what probably will be a rough session when they reassemble Jan 7 1958 The first Cession of the 85th Con gress closed down late Friday vith a historic civil rights bill passed but with much of Presi dent Eisenhowers program put over until next year If was the longest legislative session since 1951 during the Korean War Jl Eisenhower expressed himself as tremendously disappointed in the labors of this first sional session of hissecond termj But the weary senators and rep resentatives could look an eightmonth session that began with enactment of the Eisenhower Mideast doctrine and was cli maxed by passage of the first ivil rights bill in more than 80 ears Major Problems Intheir 1958 election year ses ion they will be faced with a vide variety of problems many of them postponed from his year These will include tax relief ex etision of the reciprocal trade agreements act natural gas regu lation control of union welfare No Charges Filed in Garner Shooting GARNER A rural Garner man Rollin Treu 22 accused of wounding his father in an argument over money matters was being held at the Winnebago County Jail in Forest City Saturday pending a determination of his case FREE ON BOND Maximum Minimum At 8 am iiLiiv rttrU Maximum 63 75 73 that in Mongolia he is 3000 miles out of the way while still within complete Soviet power Some thought that if sent to Argentina he might have been tempted to MOINES Dr Leon S Jones Des Moines osteopathic physician was free on S3 000 bond Saturday on an indictment charging he attempted to perform an i i Gerald Treu 52 was reported in satisfactory condition at Mercy Hospital Mason City with three 22 caliber bullets lodged in his body Two were lodged in the tissue of the lungs but had not entered the lungs and one was in tissue at the edge of the brain near the right temple The brain was not damaged however ac cording to his doctor Theshooting took place on the Treu farm four miles north of here about pm Friday Hancock County Sheriff L M Brpwer reported that Rollin was being held on an open charge until it could be determined if he should be given medical treat ment or put under criminal in dictment Young Treu was accused of Sunny Weather to Swell State Fair Attendance PREDAPPIO Italy eran Fascist militiamenand young Neo Fascists Saturday turned a requiem mass for the late dictator Benito Mussolini into a Fascist demonstration More than 600 Fascists bioke a pledge to the government by staging a demonstration in which blackshirts Fascists flags and slogans recalled a past most Ital ians were trying to forget Family Tomb An estimated 150 police had to charge repeatedly to break up the demonstration in the Sancassiano cemetery near this Po Valley village Mussolinis body handed back to his 66yearold widow Rachele Friday after the state had kept it hidden for 11 years was to be juried in the family tomb after the requiem mass But thetear ful widow decided to let it lie in the chapel above the tombs crypl for another two days Pledge Broken The widow her son Romano and Mussolinis grandson Marzio Ciano were the only family mem andpensjofrtunSs Liberalization f the social elief andextension of fhe public FLU SPREADS GENEVA Switzerland tf World Health Organization says there has been a further spread of the Asian flu epidemic in Eu rope Africa and South America but that no increase in the se luring his father home from his job as a meat cutter in a Garner marketwith a phony telephone call that Mrs Giis Treu 80 Rol lins grandmother had died When the father entered the yard the son f was waiting for him on the lawn and blasted away striking him three times The first shot hit Gerald and knocked him to the ground but to fire the his son continued sheriff said Roilin was subdued by other members of the family and dis Sheriff Brower and a armed doctor were called and Gerald verily noted of the disease has been was taken to the hospital by am bulance He reportedly felt that his fa ther should give him some money so that he could go to Clear Lake but the father said he should stay home The younger Treu received bead injury four years ago when he was accidentally shot by hunting companion He had been receiving treatment at Universi ty Hospitals Iowa City and had been subject to blackouts CRUSADE TO END Another day of sunny mid summer weather prevailed in Iowa Saturday as southerly winds brought fair skies and mod erate temperatures to the state The Weather Bureau reported that even with the few scattered ihowers falling over the state Friday and the heavier amounts earlier in the week Iowa will iave a deficient amount of pre cipitation for the month Officials at the Iowa State Fail anticipated record crowds over he weekend Rain for three con secutive days earlier in the week cut attendance sharply but much of the loss was expected to be made up Saturday and Sunday The closing day program for Sunday includes the fair rodeo in the afternoon and the 100mile stock car race at night The horse show also will conclude Sunday afternoon and night UHirVlUK lOOl SOUiLMS R P rah am v fly under the atomic cloud after Saturdays nuclear test in Nevada Some 700 sol S suUv diera including a platoon of Canadians participated in maneuvers designed to test annnax bers present at the religious serv ice celebrated by Don Antonio Bruzzesi a former Fascist militia chaplain Both the NeoFascist Party anc the local Communist mayor hac pledged to refrain from demon strations But early in the morn ing former militiamen and young members of the NeoFascist Partv MSI converged on the cemetery The demonstrators many of then wearing black shirts pressed against a 150man police cordor as the requiem mass began Five Airmen Killed Crash in Texas Kenneth Marshall 19 Grand Mound won the 4H livestock judging title at the Fair while the Franklin County 4H team won the tiiam The Frank n EL PASO Tex An Ai qusmg Force C124 Globemaster crashed and burned here early Saturday killing five airmen and injuring 10 others The huge fourengine military transport attached to the 1st Strategic Squadron Biggs Air Force Base here was making an instrument landing at El Paso Democratic leaders disagreed ith Eisenhowers of isappointment Senate Democratic Leader Lyn on B Johnson of Texas eheved on reflection the Presi ent will find that the recorcTof iis Congress was as fine any e can recall and that it passed more substantial bills than the rst session during his first ad linistration House Democratic Leader Mc ormack of Massachusetts called one of the greatest congresses bis country has ever had Left Untouched But Senate GOP Leader Know and of California said the Con ress had left untouched much of he Eisenhower program even though the President won an over vhelming endorsement at the polls last November The 1957 session rang with cries of economy and budgetcutting ouched off last January by the Presidents submission of a record peacetime spending budget of The economy drive faltered a bit as the session dragged on but then the administration itself took over with some sharp whacks at its own spending plans in the last month These hit particularly at proposed outlays of Navy and Air Force Congress endedup whacking a total of off Eisen howers appropriations requests the largest reduction of any year since 1953 The session was lengthened by the month of Senate debate on the bitterly disputed civil rights bill plus two weeks of deadlock in the house once the Senate sent the measure back there Weaker Form But in the end this bill in weak er form than the administration desired was sent on to the White House without the Southern fili lin County team coached by Carlilnternajtiona Lwhen Rehder Hampton was made up of Merrill Hanson Dows Kent Brown and Fred Elling Hamp ton and James Johnson rural Hampton tactical concepts to fit the needs of atom warfare week New York crusacic Sunday night with a rally in Square Sports Bulletin MINNEAPOLIS Walker Cup team jolted by Brit ains strong opening round chal lenge pulled into the lead in five Timesjsingles matches Saturday trailed in two and was avert in anothnri crashed The plane which burst into flames was dcstroved SAME buster in the Senate that long has threatened legislation in this field Passage of the civil rights measure was regarded as the No 1 accomplishment of the session with several lawmakers arguing it was a reasonably strong bill despite the amendments in the Senate Other principal accomplish ments of the session Passage of the Eisenhower doc trine resolution authorizing President to act to prevent Com munist domination of any nation in the Middle East if the country asks American help Enactment of a housing bill authorizing in spending on a variety of housing programs and Imvoring the mim mum down payment requires SC   

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