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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Doily fet AM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSPAPil TNAT MAKES ALL NOKTH IOWANS N E I 6 M I 0 ft S HOME EDITION VOL LXII AittciaM FMM United Prtii Cull LMM MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 19SS Pcpcr of Two Osage Crash Death Toll Climbs to 4 Ike Plugs for Plan on Arms Reveal Text of Letter From Our Wire DENVERPresident Eisenhow er in a letter to Russias Premier Bulganin couples a formal offer to accept a Soviet military inj spection plan with a new plug for the Eisenhower program j The convalescing Presidents brief note made public by the Denver White House late Wednes day underscored the administra tions continuing hope the Soviet Union eventually will go along with his proposal that the United Statesj and Russia exchange military prints and agree on reciprocal terial inspection i mote toTeepThat ARK ROYAL MOVES T0 SEABritains most modern aircraft carrier the Ar a Eisenhower reiterated that this cuts her wa througrh the waters of the English Channel Thursday enroute to duty in country js willing to combine his the Mediterranean Sea The craft is the first British ship to be fitted with remote control plan and the Soviet program withj a view toward disarmament in the long run Much Fault In a Sept 13 message to Eisen hower five days before the Presi dent was stricken with a heart attack Bulganin found much fault with the Eisenhower plan first set forth at the Big Four summit con ference in Geneva last July So much fault in fact that ad officials reportedly concluded at the time that Bul gaoin had chosen either to miss or ienore essence of the Eisen hower it would be a step toward disarmament and not dis armament itself But if the to tnisi basic point Eisenhower for use in event of atomic attack No Success in Ending Strike at St Louis Workers Vote to Stay Off Jobs ST LOUIS to bring about a settlement in a crippling bus and streetcar strike without State Mental Health Boss Looking Around for Job Advancement in his reply quite clearly chose to over resumption of service until posj DfS MOINES unDr C Graves state mental health director is looking he Thursday with the idea of teeing if there are some oppor tunities for improving his income He has net however resigned from the pest for which his selery in the last fiscal year was The State Board of Control which is Or Graves present em sev Dr Victims Are All Children Accident on Rural Road young children j three of them from the same fam jily were killed near here Wednesi day in a collision of a gravel truck and an automobile at the intersec tion of two gravel roads Jimmy Isaacs 5 son of Mr and Mrs Brichard Isaacs Osage was killed outright Also killed were Jerry Isaacs 9 and his twin sisters Sharon 7 and Charlene 7 Another sister Donna Jean 11 is listed in criti cal condition at a Rochester hospital Their parents are Mr and Mrs Garland Isaacs Grafton The accident occurred about p m on the WorthMitchell Coun ty line 11 miles west and two miles I north of here The children were passengers in a car driven by Mrs Garland Isaacs They were about a mile from the Garland Isaacs j curiosity over the next move if any in the romance if there still is PRINCESS MARGARET PETER TOWNS END BritonsSure Showdown Near in Royal Romance BULLETIN LONDON Peter Townsend paid cill Thursday night of Princess His visit strengthened belitf an announcement is imminent about their reported romance Legion Is Truman Raps UNESCO Resolution MIAMI Fla American Legion went haywire when it asked that this country withdraw from the United Nations Educa tional Scientific and Cultural Or ganization former President Harry S Truman said Thursday By an overwhelming voice vote the Legion called on Congress Wednesday to do away with U S National Commission for UNESCO Such an action would virtually put a stop to U S par ticipation in the world organiza tion The Legion doesnt know what it is talking Truman corn farm State Highway Patrolman Virgil j Johnson said the Isaacs car was traveling south The empty gravel truck driven by Waldemar Han son 43 Riceville was going east Johnson said the truck hit the car broadside and flipped the car over Brtin Concussion Mrs Isaacs is in Mitchell Coun ty Memorial Hospital with a brain concussion and extensive lacera tions and contusions Her condition is listed as fair The driver of the truck Hanson is also in the Osage hospital He Thrombosis Jaundice Fatal to MacFadden Colorful Exponent of Rugged Living JERSEY CITY TO fiBernarr Macfadden colorful exponent of I is listed as fair with a spine in M rugged living who regarded old jury and multiple abrasions and ilt26i voters in the proposed district 3fTP a Karl ViaXifr e nnntiicinne fomainoHi m t JA i mented in New York They have gone haywire in the last three or four years They dont know what LOMXJIS million Britons Thursday positively itched with they are Clean Bill The former President a Legion naire himself noted that one between Princess Margaret and Group Capt Peter Townsend The principals let them go right ahead and itch It was the worst case of mass frustration hereabouts since the got around in 1936 that King Edward VIII was making eyes at Wallis Warfield Simpson Still was the longforecast official pub 1st Step Taken in Lake School Reorganization The first legal step in organ izing the Clear Lake Community School District was taken Thurs day Petitions with signatures by age as just a bad is dead at 87 siblv Friday Attv look the fact persumably in the hupe the Soviet Union eventuallyjf or will come around to endorse his program No Mention Making no mention of blunt criticism of his proposal the Arthur East union president President took note of the Presaid a membership meeting was an Graves an increase to f i i Thursday the board was meet Gen John M Dalton left jf D rt speaking engagement at tfhtrt m Of Drury College in Springfield after mid sessions with union leaders Wed nesday night at which he said some contusions The truck remained W6re filed with the county super upright after the collision intendent of schools a six man Legion committee had given UNESCO a clean bill of health This committee headed by Past Commander RayMurphy an lowan now living in Manhassett N found that UNESCO was were clogged tight Townsend arriving in Wednesday night for a leave from his post of British air lie statement which is supposed to fill the nation in on the Communistic atheistic nor of another marital alliance between jm As the royal bouse and the common people Clogged Tight Buckingham Palace pipelines resolution to take this country out of UNESCO Im sorry to see them the gion get into Truman T said They had no business doing r iso Theres a bunch of new fellows monin S charge havent read iLegion constitution But theyre Johnson said three of the Isaacs attache at Brussels had nothing toi The onetime millionaire publish petitions ask lution was vapid and futile mier s boner assertion plan that the Eisen was getting careful tel workers scheduled for sometime Friday to to I VAJVj VM EQ O3CK lOt rtudy by the Soviet Dalton was here bv I am tiscnjGov PM aflcr wrote that you are operators 1gnored orders to such full considerauon to my Genturn lo their eva Meanwhile the President awoke Thursday in what the medical bul letin from his doctors descril a happy first that precise description has been used since the President entered No Developments Mason City to Have Initial Tax Hearing His physician said the attack j which brought him to the hospital last Friday had been aggravated j by a threeday fast The death i certificate listed the cause of death as cerebral Sickly Child From a sickly child Macfadden Jean and Mrs Isaacs were thrown clear after the crash Johnson said Jimmy Jerry and Sharon were killed outright the patrolman said Charlene died at 6 Thursday morning hi the Osage hospital Donna Jean was taken to a Roch ester Hospital Wednesday night in tion to the present Clear Lake dis trict it would include land in Lake and Lincoln School Townships Hubbard and Grant 6 districts Margaret boarding her train in Scotland for an overnight trip to the capital after a summer vaca tion said only It has been a The next step required by lawgrand holiday but I am looking is for the superintendent within lojforward to going New Commander At Thursdays session the Legion also the county board of education East wouldnt say whether thej Mason City has been selected forirecent court disputes with his sec meeting was a result of his sessionjthe first of a series of grass Dalton after which the attorjconferences to be conducted at ney general called union leadersthe tax study commission created the hospital Sept 24 with a coron ary thrombosis The Presidents brother Dr Robert Welborn an assistant by the last Legislature according to Sen H M Knudson Clear Lake critical condition She has a brain Objectors not wishing to be in built himself into a hardy physical concussion multiple fractures of eluded in the district or those wish specimen and amassed a fortune the shoulder skull and ankle and ing to be included but not within estimated at one tame at 30 milmultiple contusions and abrasions the proposed boundaries must file On Way Home their requests in writing with the Mrs Isaacs was taking Jimmy county superintendent before noon after he had spent the day of hearing They may also appear at the hearing The petitions filed were signed lions dollars However involved in he hsted ms a year after tax attorney general was to meet with secretary of the commission Milton S Eisenhower who visited Ior OISCBSSUM oMof there would be with the chief day obviously executive Wednes was pleased with the Presidents progress in recup erating from the heart attack company officials during the day for further discussions but indi no new de velopments at least until Dalton re turned home Thursday afternoon A change in the weather im Dr Eisenhower told reporters at Proved situation for persons Lowry Air Force Base that hewbo nOTnialry nde the transit ve The Mason City conference will be held the week of Nov 14 and will be a twoday conference with the entire personnel of the tax commission coming to Mason City for the conference The time and place will be announced later Purpose of the grass roots con Macfadden once was publisher of such magazines as Physical Cul ture Liberty and True Story and his former newspaper holdings in cluded the New York Evening Graphic the Detroit Daily the Philadelphia News and the New Haven Times During his vigorous lifetime with his cousins on then farm home near Grafton The Garland in Isaacs are former residents of by 36 per cent of the voters Osage and Riceville They hadjust the district according to Supt M C Martin Onethird is the legal moved to the farm home near Graf ton Johnson said the Isaacs car was not traveling at an excessive rate J Addington Wag ner an attorney of Battle Creek and Purple Heart winner in j i tempt to put the three million Le tain its readers with My by Peter Townsend Not Known The future I do not know what is going to said the Ex press The Daily Mirror banner started out Peter Townsend Itjr finished with a bangless quote uoDS I dont Know What Is in gion members behind a move for SlOOamonth pensions for all vet erans when they become 60 years of age defeated after hot debate a move from the floor calling on the United States to withdraw from the United Na a resolution askmg Con to give statehood to rm w give lu XldWaU requirement They were tabulated The News Chronicle headlined iand postponed for a vear a similar Q t fnllrtTre i I AnncOTirt i as follows Dist of speed He said corn growing clear Lake near the intersection may have cut j Lake the vision of both drivers No Macfadden was wed three times charges have been filed against and has a total of nine driver thought the President was Rain most of the dav Wedjferences will be to hear opinionsjA son was with him when he Officials had difficulty determm fine he really looks nesday had hampered persons seekjfrom persons in all walks of life He observed his 83rd birthday byjing which of the twins was killed J ing rides to and from work but the who have not been heard from at parachuting feet into the Hudj outright in the crash They are Des Moines Driver Killed in Accident Lincoln Hubbard Grant 6 Signers Voters 274 112 51 39 943 188 67 40 23 31 Townsend Smiles But Wont resolution about Alaska Talk When her train arrived in London Adopted a handsoff policy toward India and South Korea recommending that this country 68 in the early morning she 591 aboard for two hours then didnt withdraw from the Korean Armis to reporters upon leaving theltice Commission so South Korea 5SJ station for Clarence House imay deal in its own Des Moines son River The commission expects to getj Piloted PUne jskies were clear Thursday Impose Penalties Dalton indicated an effort wouldjthe thinking of the laborer farraj while in earlv 80 n be made to reach a settlement injer businessman housewife everynilnted his niam H TWC 7m K Jthe Prolonged wage dispute beforeione in regard to tax problems p ana DhJ MOINLi LP Richard would seek an injunctionj Other meetings will be arranged Carl Zielke 37 Des Moines was fatally injured early Thursday when his car drove through a stop sign and was hit by another ve hicle police reported They said a car driven by Robert Lee Swisher also of Des Moines rammed the Zielke car broadside Zielke was fered head thrown out and suf and internal injuries He died at Broadlawns hospital Swisher and a passenger in his car Raymond Neil leriously injured were not WIDEOPEN RACE TACOMA Wash A wide open Republican primary if Presi dent Eisenhower is not a candidate for reelection was called for Wed nesday night by Sen Knowland R I AMI or impose penalties under the statejdepending upon the success of the utility antistrike law The governor first meeting held hi Mason City seized the company several hours according to Knudson after the strike started latt Monj day night In a story meeting the opera tors overwhelmingly shouted down suggestions by their union leaders 18fOOOMan Draft Call Issued for December WASHINGTON Defense Wednesday that they obey the govDepartment Thursday issued a ernor s order and go back to work draft call for 18OQO men in De Under an injundion for the Armv and would be subject to contempt remainder for the court proceedings rAII About The Weather Mi too City Clear cool IOWA Clear mild Minnetote Fair frost The Army quota for December is below the level main tained since last May December will be the second month since War II in which the Navy jhas asked for draftees It is draft ling In November Wholesale Prices of Food at 3Year Low st games of tennis He spurned medicines whisky tobacco and white bread and avoided doctors It was his regular habit to go without food for one day a week frequently fasting as long as two weeks but drinking a lot of water during these periods A n a t i r e of Missouri he launched his career by teaching physical culture at the age of 18 nearly they said Xrays were taken Thursday morning to determine the extent of the injuries suffered by Mrs Isaacs and Hanson No funeral arrangements have been made FANt A WARMER NEW YORK WWholesale foodj Globe Gazetteprices as measured by the Dun weather data upJBradstreet index declined to 8 Thursweek to the lowest point since Dec day 16 1952 Maximum 64 The index stood at a new Minimum 34 for the year and exactly the At 8 46 same as on the 1952 date A week YEAR AGO ago the figxire was and a Maximum 67 year ago which was 8 per Minimum 43 higher than the current figure 1ERNARR MACFADDEN Thug Arrested on Stolen Cor Count Enroute to Holdup Ike Cant Be Expected to Run Heart Victim Claims DES MOINES man will have a lot of usefulness in himjcouragement He said that in my who was Iowa chairman of thejafter he recovers from this setbackjcondition the greatest comfort Ive Eisenhower campaign for Presidentjbtit there are a lot of big jobs thatjhad is the assurance from people in 1952 says the next Presidentihe just wont be able to undertake Iwho have s cannot be His opinion is significant for not jonly is he still a tremendous Eisen DES MOINES UP A manlnower enthusiast but is himself re t survived the same illness For instance he will never go to that one doesnt need to despair Geneva again That job the presi dency is the most killing job in the world and I just cannot con that one can overcome the heart condition and again perform use ful held by police on a car theft Covering from a coronary thrombojceive of him running for office If I knew him the charge has admitted a plan to robjsis the same heart ailment jWapello attornev said Id tell him a bank at Zearing in Story County u authorities said Thursday Charles Cox 22 wanted on rob fered by the President Sept 24 Hicklin admitted he was thorinot to worry that this thing is not Ed R Hicklin Wapello in Deoughly provoked at the attitude cember of last year suffered ajthe Republican party leaders imj Hicklin now 60 has been a bery charges at Chicago andhearl attack just like the after the President hadiprominent figure in Iowa politics Miami had a 22 caliber pisjdid last month He is firm in hisjbeen stricken years He served or the Repub tol when he was arrested in ajbelief that President Eisenhower They seemed o take a state central committee in the stolen car near McCallsburg lasttcannot be expected to serve a secjneartless attitude toward Ike and served as state senator Thursday Of en said he term jthey kept fcsktiag that all was notjin two legislative sessions in the had a highway p which outlined The rigors of a second national over and ttat he would seek Dearly 30s He is a close personal a be Hicklin declared ItjMend of Sen Bourke B Hick Detective Lt Marasco saidjtoo much to expect of a man me tne Cox admitted Wednesday that he covering from such a heart condijpd to sacrifice the man had visited Zcaring a few days tion the lowan believes i 1 am gratified earlier and looked over the Tri County State Bank to plan a hold up Cox also said he examined the McCallsburg office of the State Bank and Trust Nevada and the Williams Savings Bank Wil liams Marasco said I just love the man and have thev want IttCV Want said only the greatest admiration the Republican party They him and confidence in Hickjhave taken the more sensible ta said in referring lo the Presiiapproach wait and see enlooper and also of Sen Thomas Martin Hicklin was called into the Mar tin campaign for the Senate during the final month last year and helped direct its activities on a statewide basis About a month that ho can rei cover from his heart ailment butsion let him make his own decijafter years elections he suf fered a coronary thrombosis Cox vas released recently fromhe will not be able to accomplish Hicklin is sorry he doesnt know Ithe state penitentiary in i all of the he could before the President better so he can send I 1 most certainly think thji lkohim a personal message of and message of enjon his own in t   

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