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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Nortfc Doily Newspopcr fartfeHoow CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION THE MlWIPAPIR THAT M A K t S ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S NfIG H I O ft S GREATER MASON CITY DAYS Thursday Friday and Saturday LXII Uaitwl fall MASON CITY IOWA WIDNtSOAY If 19SS Tbla Paper Consists of Four Measured Hope for Gains at Geneva Want Pledge by Red China George Talks on Asia Get Approval Dulles View U Supported WASHINGTON WSen George DG Said Wednesday tic United States should require a pledge by Qhina against the use of force in Asja before agreeing to high level discussions of major Far Eastein problems with the Com munists Gepige chairman of the Senatej Foreign Delations Committee prej viousljr had put DO specific condil tions cm his July 24 suggestion for n earjy meeting betwen Secretary of State Dulles and Foreign Min ister thou Enlai He said then a highlevel meeting thould be held within six months Supports Plan He Said in a telephone interview from Vienna that he now supports Dulles position that any nearsvimmit meeting must await the conclusion of ambassadorial talks under way in Geneva told news conference Tuesday Communist China has formally raised the question of m new highlevel meeting with the Unitedstates But he said the possibility of tome Agreements between Ameri can and Chinese Communist spe cial ambassadors have not been exhausted He made it clear be does want to elevate the talks until there are further develop ments Rcnovnct Dulles said U Alexis the U J Ambassador had proposed Iowa Widow Loses to Thugs OMAHA really cleaned me said Mrs Margaret Kellogg Wednesday motioning to a big bedroom safe from which masked gunmen had taken in jewels and in cash The robbers smashed their way into the big brick home Omahas fashionable West Side Tuesday night while Mrs Kellogg 58yearold widow and three women friends watched television upstairs The women said the gunmen were nervous and confused but when they spied Mrs Kellogg who had come to the head of the stairs one shouted Shes the one we OVERCOME BY GRIEF AP Malcolm Peterson breaks down Tuesday night after identifying the body of his son Robert 14 one of three Chicago boys found dead Parents of the other two victims were under the care of physicians Hunt Slayer of 3 Chicago Boys CHICAGO State county and city police Wednesday pressed their widest investigation of its kind in a quarter century as They sought to solve the ghastly slaying of three young boys naked mutilated bodies were found piled in a forest ditch Authorities blamed the crime on either a madman or a gang of Johnson older youths proposed The Robert Peterson 14 John Schuessler 13 and his brother that thb Peiping regime renounce Anton were strangled and beaten apparently Sunday night a the use Of force as a means hours after they set out settling international disputes Hejtheir homes for a downtown movie this might open the way Their bodies with legs inter for higher tensions jj area level the efforts to ease Formosa Strait George said he backs this stand He The Chinese Communists first should release the American pris oners tiiey have promised to free and their should give some account ing of the more than 400 soldiers who rerflain unaccounted for after the Korean War If thigy will do these things and make a public pledge to give up the use of force in any settlement of the should ith a be prepared to go ahead level mingled were discovered Tuesday in Robinson Woods just outside Chicagos northwest limits A hundred law officers scoured the woods for clues Other police were tracing move ments of the youngsters from the time they left their middleclass neighborhood on the Northwest A sheriffs condemnation jury f jfit for New High School Site Side to see a movie in the Loop Sunday afternoon Not Moltttvd An autopsy Tuesday night indi cated the boys had been dead 36 to 40 hours when their bodies were discovered but that they had not awarded Tuesday afternoon to B T Greenwald La Crescent as damages for the 90plus acre tract taken by the Mason City school district for a new high school site His attorneys Hughes J Bryant been molested sexually as first beand Robert H Shepard had told Actor Hodiak Dies Suddenly TARZANA Calif tfVMovie ac tor John Hodiak collapsed at home Wednesday shortly after getting up to go to Work and died of a heart a 11 a c t The hand s o m e 41 yearolq actor was in midst of making the picture Thresh hold of He is Divorced from actress li Anne B a x t e r II o d i a t has starred fa sucn films as Bell HODIAK for Adanij1 and was discovered in the picture Life Boat by Direc tor Alfred Hitchcock One of his most recbnt films was The Caine lieved the land was worth However Dr Harry R Hoffman 1s1000 an acre They declared that associate of the Cook County clienl would not accept even Plaintiffs May Drop Test Case of Egg Grading Debate Was Set for Next Month DES MOESTES Garrett special counsel for the state said Wednesday submission of the test case on the constitutionality of Iowas new egg grading law to the State Supreme Court has been de layed with the probability the suit will be dismissed Garrett said attorneys for the plaintiffs in the suit will ask the dismissal soon The case had been scheduled for argument before the high court Wednesday The delay in argu ments results primarily however because the hifb court granted plaintiffs additional tune to file briefs Argued Soon If the case is not Garrett said it will then be ar gued and submitted in November The law passed by the 1955 Leg iflature requires grading of all eggs when purchased from the producer and when sold at retail t also requires licensing of egg dealers retailers graders and candlers George Zanios Mason City pro duce dealer and T R Fredericks Buffalo Center grocer obtained a temporary injunction in the Polk County District Court preventing the state and Spry from enforcing want and dashed tip Mrs Kellogg retreated to her bedroom but the bandit slammed his shoulder through the door panel jammed a pistol in Mrs Kelloggs back and ordered her to open the big oldfashioned safe Dog Collar The two men laid a bedspread on the floor and tossed the jewels and money into it The jewelry in cluded a diamond dog collar for one of Mrs Kelloggs three pet Chihuahuas During the confusion one of the women Miss Gladys Rohrs slipped out alerted neighbors and called police A neighbor fired at the fleeing pair with a target pis tol and police arrived shortly after ward but the gunmen escaped in a waiting car driven by a third man The bandits didnt get every Mrs Kellogg disclosed They missed in my purse and cribbage money on the Widow of She is the widow of George A Kellogg Missouri Valley Iowa Kellogg died in May 1952 at the age of 79 He was an extensive landowner in Harrison County ROLLING of sugar beets are rolling into Mason City for processing by the American Crystal Sugar Co Thursday Friday and Saturday North lowans and southern Minnesotans will be rolling into town to take advantage of Greater Mason City Days Openingof the annual run at the sugar factory also is the signal for opening of new fall merchandise in Mason City stores Dulles in 2nd Visit With Ike Gets Lowdown on Agenda DENVER UP Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Wednes day reported after a conference with President Eisenhower that he and the chief executive had shared a measured hope for concrete achievements from the forthcom ing Big Four foreign ministers meeting in Geneva Dulles following a 25minute ses sion at the Presidents bedside at JFitzsimons Army Hospital said he i expected no spectacular results from Geneva but that any results at all would mark an advance on most if not all of our prior con ferences with the Soviet Agenda Closed Dulles covered the Geneva agen da again with Eisenhower and re ported that the President was pleased that he Dulles planned to stop in Rome for brief conferences with top Italian leaders before going on to the foreign ministers conference I go to Geneva with the assur rance that I have behind me a President who fully knows the issues and who has given me full and comprehensive mandate to speak for our nation at that Dulles said at a news conference following the meeting with the President As Dulles met with the Presi dent for a second time since his illness medical reports continued LONDON IEPrincess Margaret dim Wednesdav night with the shT a steady PJogress nf i s recovery from a heart at Princess Has Supper With Archbishop of Canterbury Archbishop of Canterbury leading foe in the Church of England of any plans she may have to marry divorced airman Peter Townsend The 25yearold princess her sister Queen Elizabeth U and other members of the royal family headed the guest list for Lambeth Palace Iowa and had been of the act Injunction Lifted However the state succeeded in getting the Supreme Court to ac cept jurisdiction That court imme diately lifted the injunction pend ing its final decision The Iowa Farm Bureau Federation and the North Central States Institute a produce organization joined the state in supporting the law Zanios and Fredericks contend that the exemption of farmers who sell their own eggs from door to door unreasonably and unlawfully Farmer Loses Arm in Picker CALMAB Laurence Leehten berg young farmer living southeast They were said Spillville Tuesday lost his left archbishops venerable brick Droaress residence across the Thames fromi the Houses of Parliament tack suffered Sept 24 The doctors this morning said be slept nine hours Tuesday night and said his condition continues to the First National Bank of Mis souri Valley for 40 years An alarm system which turns on flood lights and rings bells at the Kellogg home was not con nected Tuesday night Kellogg of the bandits They meant business dont think they didnt I told them to take all the money and jewelry but please not to hurt my arm in a corn picker accident on the Alois Gereleman farm Gerele man is his fatherinlaw Counties to Receive First Shipments of 1956 Auto Licenses DES MOINES All counties soon will receive their first sup plies of redesigned 1956 auto li In Wheelchair Also invited were all the church bishops who along with the royal attend ner dedication of the chapel damaged hi the war and now repaired Townsend was not on the list The foremost thought with an present was certain to be the ro mance between Margaret and the 40yearold RAF group captain a The President was allowed in a wheelchair Tuesday for the first time But hospital corpsmen lifted from his bed and into the palace and after pushing him about on an eighth floor terrace at Fitzsimons Army Hospital for 30 minutes returned him to the vetifwun a Leehtenberg was taken to St fighter pilot hero in the Battle of Joseph s Hospital Isew Hampton where it was necessary to remove his arm below the elbow Lechteaberg is married and has a family Britain and father of two sons With the mounting furor in press and public over whether the princess would flout laws of the church by marrying a divorced The Gereleman farm is adjacent man all the dinner guests likely to the farm on which Daryl Wagner lost his arm in a corn picker acci dent last week an Behavior Clinic said The person award of S500 an acre indicat who could commit such an act that a award of that or less this one ij one to whom the be appealed to District itself is a gratification of the sex Court Coroner Three Mason Walter E McCarron told the Jurv an City realtors had land was acre Greenwald called it the work of a madman worth or a gang of older boys He jt on contract for S450 an Jzed from marks and dirt on theacre from Liberty Plan the boys were held cap Oklahoma City Margaret Truman to Have Radio Program tive in some filthy bound and gagged with strips of adhesive tape and then dumped in the forest j preserve Pirktd Car Victor Livingston a liquor sales man saw the bodies when hei parked his car in the forest television will have the serve to eat his lunch first regular program of her own The oldest boy Robert Peterson next month had been slashed across the Tbe Ivatlonal Broadcasting Co 14 times probably with an ax or a hunting knife police said YORK oftn a Tru performer on cense plates which go on sale Dec discriminates against dealers andji i M nt wm are being de JapAmerjcan j Sets of jlivered to each of the counties and would observe discreet silence on the embarrassing subject But this did not preclude entirely private talks among the principals either before or after the dinner on the MlCnener tO Marry topic of prime interest for most iBritons The 68yearold archbishop Dr bed While the President was sitting in his room he was visited by Dr Milton Eisenhower his young er brother who is the president of Pennsylvania State University Mrs Eisenhower brought the Pres ident uptodate on goings on at their Gettysburg farm Two of the Presidents top med ical advisers Dr Paul Dudley White Bostoa heart specialist and Col Thomas W Mattingly heart expert from Walter Reed Army Hospital in Washington will return Saturday for further conferences vith the other doctors jextaTlets haVbeen prepared for CHICAGO UP Bestselling Fisher is allj 5 H td I iZ6Q After Accident SAME the larger counties thor James Michener whose writ W H Burke director of prison industries estimated that the newl g plates will be grabbed up quick byloetter understanding between Eastj England TRIAL OPENS motorists who are tired using the now rusty licenses issued back in 1953 The new plates omit the slogan The Corn have more dur able paint and are of slightly dif ferent size and West will marry a Japanese DAVENPORT UP The first American girl Sunday She is Man Yoriko Sabusawa Chicago Americanborn Japanese degree murder trial of Louis Rusty Myers 30 Davenport was schediiled to open Wednesday after who is assistant editor of theDistrict Judge M L Sutton over American Library Associationruled a motion by defense attor Five Persons Die in Runavay Truck Crash CUMBERLAND Md persons were killed Wednesday when a hinaway tnick careened down a mountain road and crashed into another jnici and an auto mobile in suburban La Vale Four of thc victims were believed The coroners office said the Schuessler boys had been hit on their faces with what appeared to be the flat side of a knife But Dr Jerry Kearns coroners patholo gist who examined the bodies said strangulation caused the death of all three All three were cleancut young sters with closecropped hair were dressed neatly in jeans and jackets with emblems proclaiming that they were fans of the Chicago White Sox and the Chicago Cubs MRS VAN HORN DIES DES MOINES WiMrs Max W lannounced Tuesday the daughter of the former President will be hostess on a new daytime radio riding in he automobile and Horn 57 wife of the state apparently bound for work in Cumadjutant quartermaster of the Iowa bcrlaml The fifth was identified asiVeterans of Foreign Wars died Samuel Rrcnneman Springs at Iowa Methodist Hospi drivcr of thr second truck jtal of corebral hemorrhage program called It is scheduled to start Nov 7 and will run Monday through Friday rAll About The Weather Mison City Clear pleasant lowi Fair and warmer Minnesota Fair and cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Wed nesday Maximum 58 Minimum At 8 42 YEAR AGO Maximum 53 FAW A WARMER Minimum 30 CHARLES CITY Five young people were hospitalized in the Ce dar Valley Hospital at Charles City Wednesday following an auto accident on Highway 218 near Floyd Three of the victims were un conscious when taken to the hospi tal Unconscious were Charles iSchucknecht 22 Greene with a J badly mangled leg and chest in j juries Dorothy Demro 21 Charles City badly bruised head and jaw j injuries and Robert Popes 24 Nashua cut on back of head I Beverly Watkins 18 Chades City and Draper Spratt 20 Greene were not injured serious ly According to authorities the car driven by Schucknecht went out of i control left the road went through la ditcfe and into a field rolling end over end The car traveled 450 feet after leaving the highway LOOK AT Eisenhower loft shows her hairdo to a proup of models at a Denver fashion show Tuesday H was the first public appearance of the Presi AP dents wife since his With her are models left to Donna Carter Molly Dukes and Pam Black Dr Carlos Davila U N Leader Dies WASHINGTON W Dr Carlos Davila secretarygeneral of the Organization of American States died early Wednesday The 68yearold Chilean state s I manwriter had been seriously ill since last June when he under went an for a kidney ail to cte for v   

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