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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Nottfc lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for to MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NfWSFAPIt THAT MAKES ALL N01TN IOWANS NEIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Anocuttd FKM ud United fmt full LMM CeMt Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER IS 1955 Paper Consists of Two Ike to Receive Budget Facts Hopeful of Getting Into Black Humphrey on Way West From Our Wirr Servlcei DENVER Secretary of Treas ury George M Humphrey flew here Saturday to tell President Eisenhower he is very hopeful of balancing the federal budget in 1U e Mruel ne the nPvt iiht East Slnle underpass after being Marriage Set Say Weekend Date for Margaret the next eight months Humphrey considered one of the most influential men in the Cabil iju 11 ill mt net left Washington shortly after mJured and could not be saved Runaway Pony Struck Down by Automobile A runaway pony frightened by a train was struck Saturday morning when it ran in front of a moving auto oil the east side the underpass on East State of the ponys legs were broken and the animal had to be BINFIELD England agreed Saturday its all jcess Margaret is going to marry i INJURED small brown RAF Group Capt Peter pony lies in the street near the whether the news is official or notj The Princess was on a romantic weekend date with Townsend at a stately English country place deep in the heart of Windsor Forj struck by the car in the back The animal was badlv 9 and was expected to arrive here in time to see the President late Saturday He was accompani icd by Presidential Assistant Sheri man Adams and Mrs Humphrey j As he boarded his plane in the capital Humphrey told newsmen he is still very hopeful that we are going to have a balanced bud get this fiscal Not Decided He indicated however that the administration is still far from de cided whether it will recommend a tax cut in the coming presidenj of the underpass on East State tial election year j Two of tne legs were Whether we can have a taxi belaid will depend on how destroyed we are in keeping the The belonged to livestock government operations out of the buer Barney Sweeney 835 E red i State It was tethered to a wood Humphrey is the second Cabinet en sate which was on the ground officer to fly here to visit the near the Minneapolis and St President it is another sign ofj Louis Railway Co tracks south the Presidents recovery from the of E State heart attack which he suffered According to H C Arvidson three weeks ago Saturday j B29 E State who saw the acci The first medical bulletin Sat urday reported the President re freshed and Aides also said he was deeply grateful for the flood of gifts and that poured ia on his 65th birthday Fri day Probably the finest birthday present Eisenhower received was word from his Fitzsimons Army Hospital doctors that Friday for the first time his cardiogram indicating status of the heart heal Farmers Need Aid at Once1 Governors in 4 Suggestions By CHARLES KROUSE est after making a dramatic apj peal for privacy The redezvous set the seal on the j nations mounting conviction thatj the only thing left to be fixed for the wedding is the date Privacy The royal familys press secrej tary issued from Clarence the London residence of the Prin BUS RAMS INTO is what is left of a Grey hound bus after it rammed a parked truck east of Michi dent the animal ran down the slope on Hampshire S be side the track when a train passed The pony pulled the gate nearly to E State where a car entering Hampshire S E ran into the gate and the animal stumbled and pulled free The pony dashed in front of a westbound auto driven by David R Johnson Nevada and was knocked to the street Johnson cess and Queen Mother Elizabeth I Margarets plea for privacy It was jthe first official statement j ing to the Princess recent personal said In view of the varied reports which have been published the secretary of the Queen is au ithorized to say that no announce ment concerning Princess Mar garets personal future is at present contemplated Two of Londons big morning newspapers interpreted this state as a conclusive sign the 25 yearold sister of Queen Elizabeth ill plans to marry Townsend 40 yearold divorced father of two j children and a fighter pilot hero of the battle of Britain Townsend I now British air attache in Brus jsels is on home leave j i Even as Britons scanned their 6 Killed 21 Hurt In Wreck Donna Isaacs Dies Fifth Crash Victim l Jean Isaacs 11 daughter of Mr and Mrs Ga s Grafton died Friday 30 p m at SI For Everyone Concerned It Was A MIXUP DEAL auto said he attempted to avoid the ing stabilized at z accident by turning north on to j ljUlm01 satisfactory Willow Drive but the side of the Slow in Coming Only last Sunday Dr Paul Dud ley White eminent Boston heart specialist reported that stabiliza eagerly awaited mile slow in corning in Ei senhowers case And White indi cated it might have been longer in coming than it actually was There was no Red Mansion St Louis Returns to Normal After Strike ST LOUIS lavStreetcar and bus j j r Jffs since then Three other children jfrom the family and a cousin were killed instantly in the crash Funeral rites for Donna Jean arej expected to be held Monday along with the rites for her brother and sisters Their rites are to be held at 10 a m at the Osage Sacred Heart Church Burial for Jerri Isaacs 9 and his twin sisters Sharon and Cbarlene 7 wfll be at ST LOUIS policeman in civilian clothes Friday decided two men carrying armloads of bottles from the Canada Dry Bottling Co plant were rotters So he farced the men to march ahead of him down the street Neighbors decided the policeman was the robber so they tele phoned for police Several patrol cars arrived Everyone went to the police station There tht carriers They worked for company and were supposed to be carrying the bottles DES MOINES Mid west Republican governors urged Agriculture Secretary Ezra T Benson Friday to resort to jterm emergency measures to help farmers hurt by sagging I prices The conference called by Gov Leo A Hoegh of Iowa recom mended thai the federal govern ment ease the farm squeeze by jbuying surplus farm products but not beyond the point of ac tual The resolution did not mention hogs specifically because its broad terms were meant to cover any emergencies that might Ibut the governors said individual jly that hog prices were the num jber one problem today Low Price Hog prices in Iowa Friday topped at about the lowest Jin 6 years The low prices have sparked a series of farm protest meetings particularly in south west Iowa Both Democratic and Republican party leaders have said they expect the farm price issue to be one of the major ones jof the 1956 election campaign Governors Fred Hall of Kansas Victor Anderson of Nebraska Craig of Indiana and Joe gan City Saturday The impact wrecked the entire of South Dakota met with front end of the far back as the top dome iHoeSl and representatives of the governors of Illinois and Wisconsin Notably governors did not ask for abandonment of the controver jsial administration flexible price support system nor did they make any open criticism of Benson However Foss and Hall said they thought rigid price supports at 90 to 100 per cent of parity might have avoided the present farm problem i The governors after a three ihour closed meeting came up with a fourpoint series of recommenda Bus Smashes Info Rear of Parked Truck street was blocked by a parked j They met as darkness fell Friday night at Allenbay Hall a stately red brick mansion of Margarets cousin Mrs John Lycet Wills The couple drove separately from London and for most Britons it was a secret meeting In fact when he left the home of his London host Butler Hall Lock Horns in Debate on Politics CHICAGO National Chairman Paul M Butler says the Geneva Summit Conference was a Communist success because of a huckster approach to foreign policy by the Eisenhower admini Relieve Squeeze j MICHIGAN CITY Ind L A They urged the establishment of jtwodecker Greyhound bus carryja purchasing and support program jing 25 passengers crashed into the i of larm commodities for use and UH1IWI VI 1 9ft l IW I I IV MW j 1 l t J 1 i ourofunrform office identified himself So did the bottle ireaf of a parked semitrailer trucknot lor destruction to relieve the i early Saturday killing six persons larm prices squeeze wmch has Sand injuring 21 Jthers jbeeu developing for many years The bus driver and six passenj The resolution also called for jgers remained in hospitals of shortterm emergen j reported in critical condition cv measures as quickly as possi The dead were identified bv rf armer police as four women and two 1 l Earher Earl Butz assistant Most of the passengers on of agriculture told the bus on an express run from of govera cago to Jvew ork were was not big enough to go asleep at the time of tne crash the hog market He said the about state policejamount of k the governraent istrarion said Flashed Flare Harry Williams 43 the could purchase now would amount to about two days current re truck Former Iowa Gov Dan Turner The Republican National Chairman Leonard W Hall countered driver said he flashed a flare as t the Sacred Heart Cemetery in a debate Friday night that President Eisenhower and his warning to the oncoming bus on in the protest service returned to normal herethe marquis of Abergavenney andj The mother of the children stilllhave brought America peace andf 20 a fourlane highway aboutmovement in the newly organized ard negotiators began headed west at the wheel of his is a patient at the Mitchell County prosperity Wnmnn whether the doctors would let himseeJcmS a settlement to the wagcsnappy French car Townsend was Memorial Hospital recovering from Nowhere in the world is an CmmerSDUrg WOiuun out of bed for the first time this vhich touched off a fourreported enrotite to see she received in the enemy soldier shooting at an Amer Hit by CdF Dies first day of the fourth week miles east of Michigan City National Farm Organization has but the driver apparently did not urgefi that Benson resign He sce called the conference pale and Williams said he had hulled his1 He said it did little tdward day transit strike owed mother Mrs Gladys Towni Donna Jean Isaacs daughter of lean boy Hall said During the last week at well Some 2300 operators members send at her Somerset cottage Garland and Mareella The chairmen of theRepublican EMMETSBURG W spaced intervals the President the Amalgamated Assn of Townsend arrived at Bmfield Isaacs was born Sept 6 remocratic national commitVaughan about 75 a longtime Enifrei2ht to repair a broken air farmer monev for his products had conferences with Vice Electric Railway and Mojearly in the afternoon He went dent Nixon and Secretary of Statetor Coach Employes Union shout Dulles The arrival of agreement to pleas by their ojearly in the afternoon He went Jerry was born June 26 1946 contrasting views ofimetsburg resident was killed itjfor a ride with Mrs Wills whilejthe twins July 3 1948 All of thejyjg present domestic and foreienurday when she was struck by a ir waiting for Margaret Mrs Wills ajchildren were born near tneir effects on thekar at a downtown intersection had set out four flares After in proportion to what he pays to starts a new period of Barters Friday for a returaniece of the Queen Mother is the The moved to a farm the annual meet ing of the Illinois State Chamber lescence during which it may be I possible beginning now for Eij senhower to hold conferences White said Sunday The President already has meetj ings booked for Monday with Seci retary of Defense Wilson and Aclm Arthur W Radford chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Marshall County Jury Refuses to Charge Former State Couple wife of a tobacco magnate Grafton last Grandparents surviving the chil dren include Mr and Mrs Joseph Quinn Riceville and Elmer Isaacs Osage of Commerce Authorities said Mrs was struck by a car driven by Mrs E L Roberts who was makj he bu sonh said the protest movement was being led byradi i ing kept waving it so the driver This huckster approaching a turn at the intersection Mrs see it j u oover Foundation to foreign policy is damaging ourlVaughans body was dragged about i kept thinking My God isnt world Butler asserted J50 feet officers said he going to turnf isnt he going toi to Visit Birthplace i The Republicans were so eager Mrs Vaughan is survived by two turn make Geneva look Leta and Sarepta both Knocked Down I WEST BRANCH vlsit to that they glossed over most of the j of Emraetsburg and two iThpn T tnDU tho hllc lthe Hoover Birthplace Park in uie ous was Branch will be made Nov 4 real problems Curing the meeting Leonard and Gerij it truAa lartrt at the Summit this summer beald Glidden DES MOINES Marshall County grand jury has refused toi prefer any charges against a for mer Iowa couple who left the state with a Marshalltown boy in their custody the State Welfare ment has been advised j The department has been trying to locate Roger Dean Rodale son of Mr and Mrs Charles Roi dale of Marshalltown The boy was reared from the time he was 15 days old by Mr and Mrs Claude C Grimes They moved from Marshalltown to Georgia in 1949 Last May the Georgia Supreme Court refused to allow the couple to keep the boy Tho child welfare Department lo caird the Grimess in Californin but before it could lake aclion the Inlont on whal lie is tollinjr Ihom about mat olios are loft couple had moved on taking Roger to rijrhl Reburla Golt Bill Casoy Bob Traub and Jim with them Seller DANGEROUS BUSINESS Chief Boyd Arnold of the Mason City Fire Department explained that matches are dangerous items for these pieschool yonnpsters He visited the Mother Goose Nursery conducted at Adas Regents Approve Four Bids on New Dorm IOWA CITY bids total ing to build Linden Hall itween President Eisenhower Rust new womens dormitory at Premier Bulganm Britains State College have been approvediPrime Mimstcr EdeD and Frances Report I OX Lhiet Has by the State board of Regents Faure i The project will house 372 coeds i Looking nearly everybody Thomas Construction St agrees that all the peace pubj seph Mo received the general brought about a premature ThPn i in connection with the annual nmmng I about 20 feel of trustees of the Herbert the truck when the bus hit I Inc knocked down by the Tne xvlil be held Police Capt Ogden Jams of in at Icnva city wii Submitted ReSiqnation OtyVvho arrivcd on thc iam B Anderson West Branch 3 i scene shortly after the crash said chairman of the founriaiions said Saturday tract for Other bids ap letdown among the western impact of the cnsh L lideV S busS ha ub mitt ed h grDl to where the second deck Equipment St Louis kitchen I President Eisenhower reco equipment Koding Becomes First Court Statistician DES MOINES UP Clarence A Kading Saturday officiallv be jimmediately that Communism was Andrews the man who collects la world menace and took stepsthe nations income taxes refused to face it to confirm or deny his resignation He said the governments of Guahas been submitted But he re temala and Iran were friendly tojfcrred questioners to the President the Soviets when Eisenhower wasjand officials said this was a tip elected but ments have The truck overtiirnecl on it after the collision U0 now those governioff that it is in the works been replaced by l NICE TO KNOW came Iowas first supreme court friends of the United Slates statistician Korea Hall said soemed ali The job created by the last an endless CHICAGO will bo Svnijroffiie in the of Fire Prevention Week wcnt to thc first DwRht DEisenhower went tolablc to drink unescorted in in UK iiueitM 01 rue neunuon noek Assistant attorney scnoral in after the Kolcago bars from now on The City order signed by Chirf Justice R A rean war camr to an end 1 lifted the ban enacted iir Oliver Sept 20 Kadins salary willjlhat is a tremendous accomplishing World War I saying it hadnt be a year Wen enforced much anyhow l The Weather Mason City Clear colder Iowa Freeze Saturday night Continued fair cool Freezing Globe Gazette weather riati uf to S Satur day Maximum 53 Minimum 21 A X n1 36 VKA1 AGO fl Minimum 38   

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