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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                lowct Doily Newspaper Edited MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T M I N I W S P A P I ft THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S Nil6MIOftS HOME EDITION VOL LXI AuociMM fuU LMM a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUISDAY SEPTEMBER Paper CoMliU Ml Leonard Arp Jr Tells How Revolver Discharged Pal Admits Accidental Shooting of Boy Egypt to Get Russ Arms Aid Britain U S in Confab President in Good Night Hopes Raised AP Wirephoto Eddie Fisher and his bride actress Debbie Reynolds cut their wedding cake Monday night following their surprise wedding at Grossinger N Y Only a few attended the ceremony before a county judge Miss Reynolds will accompany Eddie on a tour of the East on LONDON has in formed Britain that she has ac cepted a Russian offer to supply her with arms and military equip ment the Foreign Office said Tues day Foreign Secretary Harold Mac Millan will discuss this develop ment with U S Secretary of State Dulles during their meetings now taking place in New York a spokesman told the daily Foreign Office news conference The United States Britain and France are bound under a 1950 behalf of his sponsor declaration to maintain the mili tary balance of to pre vent an outright arms tween the Arab countries of the Middle East and Israel Not Precise The Foreign Office spokesman he could not give the precise nature of Russias offer or of the arrangement which Egypt has ac cepted The Big Three Western Powers will reconsider their own policy of supplying arms to Egypt in the light of Russias entry into the Mid dle East scene British officials The United States Britain and France have been guided in their arms delivery to the Arab countries by their joint declaration of 1950 In practice this has meant that they have tried to maintain a military balance of power berwecen the Jewish State of Israel and its Arab neighbors The Arab countries including Egypt are still technically at war with Israel although in a state of armistice U S Offer in Blaze at the ChickInn DENVER Eisenhower enjoyed a very good his hospital physicians reported Tuesday i A bulletin from Fitzsimons Army Hospital said The President had very good night He slept almost continuously from 8 until The medical advisory note was put out by Col George M Powell chief of the hospitals medical de partment and Maj Gen Howard M Snyder the White House phy sician The hospital bulletins reporting Eisenhowers satisfactory progress served to raise hopes for his full recovery another notch But the WASHINGTON of j cautious optimism was sharply Agriculture Benson said Tuesdaytempered by the note of warning he made a mistake in denying sejsounded by one of his heart spe I clearance to Wolf Ladejinicialist physicians eLUJd sky As result of that affair his u departments security program has been overhauled he said Im sure we have made said Dr Paul I takes in handling our security proPudley WMe of Boston m jgram but they were honest ere Monday on the presi conscientious dent s condition Made Mistake in Ladejinsky Case Benson Two Weeks For the first two weeks we keep Benson The ChickInn restaurant 2713 S destroyed by firt Monday niflht in a blue which I told a Senate Civil Service Sub committee i Caused Concern began shortly before midnight been satisfied with Agricultures The loss was estimated at about security program before the Lade The two weeks won t be up until Oct 8 White did say the prospects for Eisenhowers complete recovery The secretary said he hadnt within two months win c nticf tnrl T H A rrti il barring complications But he added that complications can according to Amandvs L jjinsky incident last January c particularly during T JBM I B Tit IT vi Clear Lake owner of the building Mason City fire depart ment could not respond to the j fire cafl because the building is three blocks outside the city limits and there was no con tract for Mason City fire protection Tagesen said a truck by the Clear Lake fire depart that criticism by newspapers of his two weekssafter an decision in the case caused me more concern than At a news conference before fly ing back to Boston White then he said that he Presidept should be dered a review of the to security program and at the same he wajjts to time urged President Eisenhower to cause a review to be made of our security Ladejinsky a Russianborn spe second term physician one of ther world and INSPECTS Arp father of the boy who has admitted the ac cidental shooting of Darrell Sherrill inspects the playhouse to the of the Arp house north of Mason City He points to the window that was covered by the canvas that was found over the body of Sherrill Monday morning Arp said he made a trip to the playhouse Sunday night about to get one of his tools and the canvas was still over the window Broaden Tax Base Utilities Group Asks Exemptions Hit in Statement DES MOINES of j all property tax exemptions in had nn as as ment saved an outbuilding cialist on land reform was should run for reetec used by eleemosynary organiza tions was advocated Tuesday by the Iowa Utilities Assn The Iowa Utilities Assn is of the 10 private utlli jty companies which operate inj The views were set forth whether Educator Shot in Side by HitchHiker Des Moines Man Meld in Assault OSCEOLA Coroner Orders Inquest Clubhouse Was Scene Leonard Arp 10 Monday night confessed that he was responsible for the accidental shooting of Dar rell Sherrill in their truck body playhouse last Friday The body of Sherill 8 was found Monday morning under a pile of ragged quilts and castoff awnings The discovery culminated a two day search by volunteers Boy Scouts and National Guardsmen Young Arp said the accident happened while he and Sherill were examining a stolen 22 caliber re volver in the abandoned bread truck Broke Down The boy broke down after being questioned intermittently during the day Monday He was taken out of school in the morning and talked to about the events leading up to the Sherill boys disappear ance The small curlyheaded young ster at first maintained that he had remained in the house with his mother and sisterinlaw after seeing Darrell off down the path 1 toward thewoods along tlie Win nebago River Monday afternoon young Arp wounded an Iowa educator is held here in lieu of bond on a charge of assault with intent to murder Clarke County Attorney Warde Reynoldson reported Tues fday Reynoldson said Joe Pierson 32 over a newlydwfl well cafe The Mason City department The Foreign Office spokesmans fo for Central Heights Grocery which is Dd5S lor the i security clearance by Agriculture last January although he had been cleared by the State Department in the Tokvo Em prepared for the Iowa Taxation Study Committee at its Tuesday meeting in the tnat The presentation was made by LEONARD ARP JR Shooting disclosure came only 24 hours after the State Department confirmed I that the United States had offered to sell weapons to the Egyptians The State Department said agreements for arms aid to Mid eastern countries are solely forj the purpose of enabling these coun tries to maintain internal security and to defend themselves against i Egypt recently appealed to thej United States for credit facilities which would enable her to accept the American offer Less than 10 i million dollars worth of arms were said to have been involved in thisj offer i east of the ChickInn The Mason City firemen used water to cool the garage of the grocery store during the fire The fire was first seen from ruling Hired by Stassen Subsequent to Bensons Ladejinsky was hired by Harold E Stassen then head of the For jeign Operations Administration field south of the restaurant bj and a in Al Roberts who owns a farm Stassen told the senators Mon some distance west of the cafe day he saw no reason to sus j jLeslie Hawkins Mason City vice urge him to stand aside inj ident o tbe assodation For that matter it seems statement expressed that a quite likely they wont need to urge him Eisenhower who will be 65 prime Iowa need is to broaden the tax It urged that this be After Rains hitchhiker who took T A Thompson state agent and Cerro Gordo County Sheriff1 Jerry Allen out to the breqti truck body clubhouse in the yard and showed them and rell had been playing Friday after noon Thompson stated the boy said Des Moines is held for firing a 32 several things at that time to in caliber bullet which wounded ne was than cir vin Goeldner 57 Osceola assistant j cumstantially involved in his supervisor of agricultural educafriends death Several other tion in the State Division of Voca tional Education The bullet entered Goeldners right side and came out his back after cutting an eightinch course which just missed Goeldners spine Keynoldson said Goeldners Oct 14 said in August the state of i I spine jtteynoiason said Goeldners his health would be a factor in his b mdustal expansion Skies cleared m Iowa Tuesday J condition was described as good by restriction of exempt propfollowing general rains which Tliesriav decision about running again Good Day A bulletin from Fitzsimons Army Roberts called Francis Lauer pet Ladejinsky of subversive tenJHospital Monday night said This erty to only that directly used byj ranged from a half inch to eleemosynary Tuesday ani Goeldner told authorities he picked pierson t th ti who operates the Central Heights Grocery Roberts did not know whether what he had seen was a burning building or a trash fire Lauer investigated and called the fire department Frank Neuhring operator of tht ChickInn is out of town and could not be contacted dencies as been a very comfortable o vord inch at many points in the state TH t tv Z Highwavs 65 and 69 north of The statement did not specuStheian inch of rain and numerous Osceofa synaryipoints had more than a half inch At the same time Stassen afjfor the President His generally means A slight warming trend in tem firmed Bensons right to reach a different conclusion He said he ad mired the secretary for sticking to his guns in the face of public progress as reported previously has continued throughout the day or philanthropic The utilitygroup said its memj Mondays Speratures was in progress o chilly readings He had a moderate lunch of meat Iber companies serve state highs ranged from lowans and that the associationsStorm Lake to 65 at purpose is to aid the tax study iLow readings during the driving home from Des Moines Monday night vegetable fresh fruit cocktail and similar security questions pressure The subcommittee is milk Mrs Eisenhower joined the studying the Ladejinsky case and j President and visited with him at The First Lady chatted with her after when 54 at Goeldner youngsters in the neighborhood were questioned however before authorities were positive At 8 Monday State Agent Thompson Sheriff Allen and County Attorney William Pappas began questioning the youth at the attorneys office During the next lAi hours the boy admitted the shooting but denied dragging the body to the spot where it was found He later admitted dragging the body into the weeds where it was found but denied stealing the said that when that he Admitted All Hannibal he replied he committee in seeking ways of dis tributing the everincreasing tax burden in an equitable manner by husband again shortly before the tax i had dinner on the first day he was Attract more industry ranged from 49 at Sioux Citv to 6lC tl at Burlington and Davenport Lf station Goeldner said the ignition keys when Iowa rainfall in the 24hour pe onrioH ot cin stiQi nun hiker then drew a revolver and and riod ended a included at Tuesday permitted more than at all three meals fruit juices jbroadened tax base will Des Moines 88 Pella 80 Win the statement said Iterset 76 Lamoni 75 Montezuma i toeatened but he William Jones the service sta tion operator said he also washad By young Arp had admitted everything His story as pieced together by his questioners re vealed that he had invited Dar rell and another boy from their third grade class at Lime Creek 8 to come home with him and ride a horse and see a pistol which he Another step in the slow recovL The statement said private Davenport 68 Wilhamsburgj v2s Tttil recognize their obligaffi Burlington 64 Traer Albia m Jconversatlon ade the sheriff Goeldner but walked home with him along telephone and called I1116 American Crystal Sugar Co road to the Arp home about a Eisenhower to desirable govern Sheffield 75 Walford 62 Tracv said Pierson was west of Highway when he wafhSmenlal senices and added Knoxville 83 Osceola in Mayors Court and thatjteU telephonedhis mother Mrs IpSltaed ffair distribution of the burden is j Brooklyn 90 Clarence 96 countv attorneys information The President out of the tent three times Monday about 30 minutes each time It is stand ard practice to place heart attack all that is 44 Per Cent The utility group said the signifi cance of industrial expansion in jfield 93 Oilman 95 Mason City NEW RECORD patients under oxygen to assure greater rest in the early critical wnereas Iowa can be seen from the fact that I LOS ANGELES un would be filed Wednesday WABLE EXECUTED BELLEFONTE Pa U John Wesley Wable 25 outwardly calm days About 1939 agricultural asimanned rocket sled Monday died Monday night in the electric sessments constituted 59 per centjreached a record land speed of of the assessed value of all miles an hour in a Xavy erty in the stale bv 1954 this had The Weather declined to 44 per The decline in agricultural test on the Mojave Desert chair for the phantom slaying of a sleeping truck driver on the Pennsylvania Turnpike Mason City Fair cool Iowa Clearing mild FiveDay Iowa as sessments in proportion to the ue of all property in Iowa was a relative decrease of 25 per although farm values had in creased during this period by 276 million or per the statej Temperatures jment said will average 25 degrees above nor mal Cool at the beginning followed dustrial Governor Says of First Parley With Public MISSOURI VALLEY tP from highways to liquorby same 15 year period inLeo Hoegh said his experience jnithedrink by warming Normal highs 6872 Normal lows 44 north to 51 south property increased from the first of a scheduled series of mentioned by several less than 5 million to more the public a proposed new route 191 million and the assessment ofjshovv the idea is a Precipitation will average little orjclcctric and Sas utilities none with chance of showers Frifrom 69 million to 193 million the Many typcs RESTAURANT ChickInn restaurant at the City went up in flames Monday night The building burned to the groumf but an out buflding was saved day or Saturday Minnesota Clearing cool Globe Gazette p weather data up 8 a m Tues day i Maximum Minimum Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum SUNNY worth while Ifor Highway 75 Bluffs south to Council problems were voiced to Hoegh byL 0 Chester B Crouch publisher and Warren Chamberlain citizens in all walks of life Monday as he inaugurated hi all conferences with members of the public o tolsaid Hoegh advised them that in the new route will run as close to the river as Two Glenwood men R H Mintle Other conferences will be held and Austin MurphV said they A f otaiji viii later in other towns A specific urged that Highway 75 be extended about He asked if he could ride the horse His mother told him no and asked that he come home in about an hour Darrell and the Arp boy then went out to the clubhouse where they examined the gun which schedule for later meetings not been announced There were about 25 visitors has south from Council Bluffs on the Iowa side of the river in order to relieve the traffic load on 275 Monday from Harrison Mills Potorth of Glenwood They said tawattamie and Shelby CountiesHoegh told them they should Sand their topici ranged all theipect a road extended down return home with his Leonard had hidden ia the wheel well under the truck body The gun went off and Darrell fell to the floor Arp said he covered the body with a quilt and some canvas and went into the house His mother arrived home from her job at a Mason City nursing home and prepared supper while he watched television with his sisterinlaw After eating he went back out to the clubhouse and dragged his friends body out the door and about 35 feet away into a weed patch where he again threw the quilt and canvas over him He hid the gun in the wheel well again and went back into the house Young Arp said he did not tell anyone what happened He also said he took the gun some hunting knives and poker chips from the home of Betty Kaloplastos who lives near the Arps about a week ago Ymrfh Volney Hansen juvenile proba tion officer was called in by the questioners about 10 p m Mon day and it was decided to let the   

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