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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NIWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXll Auocinttd Preti mod United Full Ltztv Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 IMS Paper Consists ol Two Maytag Strike to Continue Union Chiefs Get Backing NEWTON No settlement of the Maytag Co strike wasin pros pect Friday Any possibility of an immediatej return to work here and at Hanipj ton vanished Thursday night at GUIDED MISSILE USS Boston which the Navy says is the worlds mass meeting of more than firt guided missile cruiser crosses the Delaware River under the new Walt Whitman Bridge at Philadelphia to await ceremonies The needle nosed missiles are shown on the after superstructure CIO union employes Robert E Roberts internationalj representative of the CIO United j Auto Workers said that the meet ing which lasted nearly two hours behind closed doors gave an al most unanimous vote of confidence in the strike leaders j The company had called uponj the union to permit a vote at the meeting on acceptance of t h ej firms latest wage offer which management had described as final Out of Order j Roberts said a returntoworkj motion had been made from thej floor but was ruled out of order because a motion for a vote ofj confidence in the bargaining comJ LONDON Margaret Friday dined with her dashing mittee of Local 997 had been but it wajj 3nnounmj officially that there would be no announce first He added that only four or mcn her romantic five opposed the vote of confij An abnjpt totaljv unexpccted lateincnt from her residence at Margaret Dines With Peter No Announcement dence iCIarencc House coupled with the swift ririe to RAr Group Capt Peter Faure Manages to Get Delay on Showdown It was reported that other side the romantic forecasters of the tions were made from the later but were ruled out because Tncre had day an announcement was they were contradictory to the and lhat it wuld fidence motion Margaret and the divorced Town The only nonunion member send vvould bo marriod permitted inside the auditorium of Bu afler boU sped awa from New ion High School where ur at different5 meeting was held were six Newtonlinics and separato cars ciar ministers One of these was Margarets official Rev Ralph E Eckard head bsued this statement the Newton Ministerial Assn j vjcu of lhc varied reporTs School Ruling have bwn publjhcci the The Newton School Board hariprcs the Queen is adopted a ruling that no to say that no announce cnuh be held in a public schoolmenl concerning Princess Mar unless it was open to the future is at presi and the press ienl contemplated I He dont care what land of at Princess Margaret has ruling the school board Jhc secretarv to exfcat in the National Assembly on Roberts said before the session lhe hope tiiat the press andiAlgerian policies Premier Edgar gar tte rented the auditoriumpubjjc wjj Cxl0nd to her Friday postponed the show end well run this meeting the their customary by calling for a vote of con we want to Cooperaiion in respecting her fidence in his government The international representative The demand keeps birr in office snid that the vote of confidence Thc princess dressed all in at least until Tuesday when the followed an address by Pat sped in a royal back Umvote will be held In the of djrector oiousine from London to Windsorthe Premier will try to work out 4 of the t IOLAW accompanied only by her youtha maneuver such as The meeting adjourned after a ul Iris Peake spared his government last Sunday brief talk Dy Bnan Dye president Townscnd had driven av ay fromon the question of Morocco of Local which has a total eariier for a wckend at Dehatc about members uelay Debate Calls for Vote of Confidence PARIS Faced by likelv de Four Suggestions From Hoegh as Farm Price Conference Is Opened AP Wirephotos TARGETS is a Ike Notes His 65th Birthday President in Happy Mood DENVER and congrat ulatory messages poured in for President Eisenhower from allj over the world on his 65th birthj day there was good news from his doctors too The convalescing President was swamped with a combination of birthday greetings and get well notes and aides reported that he got a tremendous kick out of it all Perhaps some of the best news he recevied was from his physicians I at Army Hospital They report ed in an afternoon medical bulletin jthat his cardiogram which meas ures a heart performance had I stabilized Friday for the first time j at a satisfactory Process Completed j James C Hagerty White House i press secretary declined to say in i response to questions that the phrase meant the healing process i had been completed But he did j confirm it was the first time thej doctors had reported a cardiogram j I showing more favorable progress j I than the usual slow j j A morning medical bulletin i The President had a goodj nights sleep of more than eight hours He awoke fully refreshed I streetcar operators who had aboard the Dutch ship Straati1 and cheerful His condition continued orders of Gov Phil M l ues to progress satisfactorily and requests of their leaders i Ricks a native of Boscobel Phone Firm Union Plan More Talks OMAHA Representatives of the Northwestern Bell Telephone and the CIO Communica tions workers planned another meeting with U S Conciliator Edward Ries Friday after the initial meeting brought a revised company offer A company spokesman said the new offer represented in the higher wage brackets a 50 cents a week increase over an earlier proposal The proposed increases now would range from to a week for the highest rate plant craftsmen depending upon the locality The company said the offer with some other changes agreed to would cost more than three million dollars a year 2 More Yanks Reach Japan Squeeze on Prices Discussed Buy Livestock Stockpile Food DES MOINES of opinion as to how to solve the farmers price problems cropped up almost as soon as Iowa Gov Leo Hoegfas Midwest Republican governors conference began Fri day Hoegh in opening the oneday session being attended by five gov ernors and representatives of three others called for the feder al government to buy livestock and stockpile food for an emergency He asked that this action be imme diate The U S Department of Agricul tures representatives who were to be heard later were expected to favor more delay in order to pre Transif Strike af St Louis Finally Ends ST LOUIS AFL bus and KOBE Japan Amerijventua Period of expensive can businessman and his wife arjPurchases to to uPhold irived in Japan Friday from detention in Communsit China andj Another Issue reported food shortages Gov Joe Foss of South DaJrota in Shanghai raised another issue in the second The couple is Howard L Cappy speech The young World War II Ricks 65 and his wife Lydia 61 flying ace asked for fixed 90 to 109 They were the latest Americans to per cent parity be freed from Red China under aj Although the conference showed repatriation plan negotiated atjno sjgns Of berating U S Secretary Geneva Agriculture Ezra Benson the They arrived in this southern Foss proposal is directly contrary Japanese port directlv from Shanto the s present flex the Windsor country estate of The session followed a day of Joml Margarets cousin and1 Tne caU for a vote ot confid other developments in the the roval roautomaUcally shut off debate old walkout imtnrc 24 hours and the deputies dec Survey of Foremen ma nee Then at nightfall Margaret and The call for a vote of confidence ing helicopter The missiles are for decided to extend the cooiingoff period range gets view of the guided missiles i jhe Presidents own observance i voted almost unanimously to re iarrows on the USS Boston The his birthday is being to tneir photo was taken from a lowQy to end a crippling strike Fridayjhad lived China or 40years Foss said he farmed back in the thirties and I think I know some I thing about the grass roots of this t t J where he operated the He added j because he is not allowed out ofj The standing vote was taken aftiheaded Bils Motors in ibed yet But the joy of others atier a mass meeting with union iMrs Ricks was born i Motors and Ford agencies and Shanghai in Shanghai set off automatically when wouldjnome and abroad is reflected inileaders that lasted about 90 minj of British parents be enemy aircraft fly within scores of presenls and thoujutes Fred MaytaE H president of EUzabethVlipped unul If government washing machine firm said eariierout tnc back door of on a Questlon of confidence and sped away into the Thursday thru a survey by 400 pany foremen showed that S4 cent of the union to accept the company s oijeriQueen Mother apparentl which he said represents a 25 cents Cropped off and Margaret proceed an hour increase in wages to Windsor with her lone com benefits it resigns Faures STUDENTS IOWA CITY UP President owed that S4 sevenmonthoId governVirgil M Rancher of the Univerj There is of course a birthday John Rowland secretarv of thebut Red China recently has members wanted Somewhere along tie way the nim has been m of Jowa said Thursday gjMntic one made in seclAFL union urged the membershipthere were aP companys oferQlieen Mother apparently was figures for the fall so Ulat more tnan other I to settle the question during the including 16 turncoat soldier presents a 25 rr aeoate r o u chnupH dnrlpnK j Li f Korean Wrar ytaff sent out letters to all em ployes reporting results of the vey and ursine that they attend the Thursday night meeting and vote on the firms offer Roberts claimed that the com pany foremen did not poll union members for opinions but were soiling the company proposal and trying to set a vote on i Russ U S in Deadlock on Council Seat Mason City Men Escape Serious juries in Crash i FAURE has lacked majority in the Assembly UNITED NATIONS N Y iUPi Russia and the United States to debate Gaullist ters in open op position to j Faures p r o j gram of con ciliation of Mor occan national i s t s were forced out by t h e Premier and since then a dependable enrollment figures showed 9 a the universitv first I have advocated rigid parity whether its 90 or 100 per cent doesnt make muck i Donald McDowell Wisconsin isands of greetings piling up byj Although tiere was no officialAmericans to leave Red China f i the hour at the Denver White House word from the union the Geneva agreements Forty hv which A one Americans in China were niydiBn o VUILU Birthday Cake work Fridav named fay the State Department K ns dairy marker 1 Drought Conditions Gov Fred Hall of Kansas said he agreed with Hoeghs general soldiers fromj About The Weather Mason City Clearing cool Iowa Fair and cool j share And his own section is which had been the plan j orated with an American flag and Arthur East ithe inscription Happy James lke international second vice president i The President in a happy0f the union both urged the operj j could look forward too to return to work during the ju stcppedup schedule of j iment business Secretary of the East said it probably would be Treasury Humphrey is flying injSaturday before normal service Saturday to talk over budgetary icon Id be resumed but said partial FiveDay Iowa There will be a conferService would be restored Friday Wrar i statement He added that the situa The Ricks were met by their tion in Kansas is aggravated by on John a Tokyo conditions y had not seen since 1947 j One of the governors said before the meeting that he hoped it would help the the Republi can Democrat Midwest governors were not invited The public was not admitted but newsmen were About 40 per jsons attended the morning session 2 Fort Dodge Men Killed When Car Runs Into Train RENWICK street 34 an Friday wound up m a deadlock in his Moroccan program but serving JJJJJJJ 67 south Normal lows 39chairman of Ithe United Nations General Asscmnotice they lacked confidence in required twothirds majority vote carry it out for its candidate for a Security Remain Aloof t Council seat This time both the ST Mason City After six inconclusive ballots Socialists so far were remaining men George E Hesley and LewisAssembly President Jose Maza aloof l Minnesota Fair colder Graner escaped wtih minor iniadjourned the meeting on the Faure made his move at dawn juries Thursday night when thejsuggestion of Britain and Russia after the Assembly had worked it night through next Wednesence on defense and security MoniHe toid the men The Socialist faction Xv01 averaSe 2 to 4 with Secretary of Defense it is your day off o urescue lat week nornial highs 62 son and Adm Arthur W Earlier in the day officers 0 north to fiT smuh Xnrmal nf the Joint Chiefs ofjunion sought a temporary were ing order to revoke Gov Donneithree other men crashed j ly s seizure of the St Louis n Service but Circuit Judge Rob average less than twotenths of ani Justifiable HomiCluS ert Aronson refused to issue it inch as scattered showers mostly L D r J around Monday or Monday night lOWQn S Kuleu Another was to follow in the after H Among those attending were Edward OlJu S Sens B B Hickenlooper and Dodge werejihomas E Martin Iowa Republi to 44 south Rather cool1 Staff ibh with neither able to obtain a the ability of his government to wlhf The union is faced with one court suit and the threat of other leaali The purchase of livestock and food for an emergency side of a freight tram four miles were two of the four recommenda south of here tion by Hoesh Taken to Memorial Hospital at car in which they were riding suggested that the into a tangle by top Highway 218 three miles north ofjshould resume its voting next take up for discussion anv here i Tuesday According to patrolmen The s by as many different Philippines campaigning parties outlining proposed policies with Graner a service station under the leadership jn Algeria The deputies never ot crator as a passengerwas drivingiof fiery Brig Gen Carlos P around to actually on Thei south when the accident happened iRomulo with the backing of U S substance of any of the resolutions I said he became blinded Henry Cabot Lodge during the allnight osion headlights on an oncoming car and Poland backed bv Rus 1 his machine swerved striking ajsia remained in the runmng i by thc Frcnch Ali drain gutter at the side of the The Philippines came within one ls an part of France pavemrnl The aulo was thrown of election when countries itself The French rejected of control and rolled down a 30footballoted for it on the third round discussion of thc issue as embankment where it came to restAt that point 39 votes were refererue in the internal affairs ofi Price Squeeze u u u Dodse Dean Wallukait 26 j He said he believed his recom WAUKEGAN 111 The fatalaction for the strike which podge and Merlin ttou5d immediately shooting of a Marine sergeant fromjTucsday and Wallukait Lhe fnrm Price squeeze Globe Gazettelowa in a Negro neighborhood wasj Ilisted in serious condition and give us a permanent weather data up justifiable homicide a coroners FOR FATHERS ONLY Rock Hand train wastravelProsPcrous arm and nalional ecoa to 8 decided Thursday anci the car was Maximum G3 Minimum 34 FAIR Sgt Robert Martens 22 An HOUSTON Tex Hermann south when they met at a crossing His recommendations were then Iowa was slain by Louis has a contest to name Highway 60 on the Humboldt1 1 ThPt the U S Department Ai S 4o liams 40 Negro alter the Marine fathers waiting room on the countv line itried to breik into a rooming floor Some of thc iin last Sept 15 MarHeir Point Stork Ciub Papnys tens was stationed at nearby GreatPaternity Pacing Parlor Papa i Lakes Naval Training Center rteria YEAR AGO Maximum 63 Minimum 44 Young Scavengers Died of Poisoning Waterloo Man Dies of Accident Injuries WATERLOO TSimon P S lor 82 Waterloo died Thurdav of Agriculture immediately go into jthe market and purchase for qualily livestock to bolster prices i 2 That as a nation we estab lish and maintain critical stock food as a part of our na onalcleIense hose of the wc piace rightsidetip jquired for election Lewis Haberkorn Mitchell Couni Cuba with 53 votes and Austral theriff said thc men were very1 ia with 42 were elected on the lucky to escape with but cuts and first ballot to succeed Brazil ami bruises The men were hauling an Now Zealand on the automobile engine in the back seat council next Jan 1 at the time ON WAY OUT i France NICE THEME ANCHOKAGK ST PAUL Minn U1MA G David Schine former aide nan Thursday robbed a Sen Joseph McCarthy theater of SllO while the Saturday to report to were watching the motion Oix X J for processing out To Catch a of the SAME DATE 1954490 ORLEANS UP Two small brothers who spent their childhood begging and scaveng ing for food in garbage cans ap parently riied of eating contami nated food obtained in one of their alley forays authorities said Friday Thc Lawrence Knuglv man 7 anil his brother William died Thursday in charity Hospital Tluv wore found critirniiv ill in a shabby oneroom apartment where they had lived in squalor with their five sisters and their parents The father tall thin William Baughman a unem ployed longshoreman from Boga lusa said Iwd kept him from work Ho and his wife were charged witli criminal ne glect of their family and contri buting to the delinquency of juve niles The parents could not p bond and wore jailed on the charges The father said from his cell at the Now Orleans City jail that he hopc to be able to find a new job when he is freed William was the first to die in the hospital His last request be fore dropping into a for a ham sandwich Im so inight in a hospital her of injuri suffered in a twocar collision on and whcre hey a Black Hawk County road hat cnd to be1 Sunday Promote Consumption He was a passenger in a car 3 I recommend for your con drivon by his son Louis 46 of ilcration the possibility of creat WatcrUO Driver of the other car x x x mittoos in your re was Clarence Ruck 55 La Pone lHctive to promote m creaed consumption of meat miilk butter cheese and CORN BURNS prospective Three cribs con 4 With an expected increase in His brother died a few iaitiing about bushels of convnational population in store that hours later The five surviving girls all emaciated wore placed in juve nile homes a barn filled with hay worea system of reserved acres be destroyed Thursday by a fire onesiabhshed to take some land out tho Bill Manor farm southwest ofcof production now and insure for hcir riiKtfrity and   

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