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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 21, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Nortfc loves Doily MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI MIWSFAtll THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIOHIORS HOME EDITION GREATER MASON CITY DAYS Thursday Friday and Saturday VOL LXII art VMM GWK MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOilR II 19SS n Demand Full Debate on Arms Dairymen Caught in Squeeze Parley Opens in Mason City Two creamery association offi cials said Thursday that Iowa dairymen are being caught in a price and that Iowa dairy associations do not share the optimistic views of Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Benson and other government officials John S Quist Ames executive of the Iowa Creameries Association said that unless some thing is done about the price squeeze there will be a continued rise in surpluses Julius Brunner New Haven president of the association said that the dairy dollar buys less to day than when we had 75 per cent of The parity now is 84 per cent he said 500 The two men spoke to an esti mated 500 delegates and their nives in Mason City Friday for the tyoday joint session of the Iowa Creameries the Iowa Creamery Operators Assn and the Iowa Milk Driers Assn Business sessions are being held in the Hotel Hanford Quist said the entire group is uniting in preparing a statement to be presented to the Con gressional Agriculture Committee hearing at Des Moines Oct 26 Vernon V Lyford Manly Cream eries director has been named to attendthfrnearaf contain for continuing the school lunch program and sup plying dairy products for the armed forces in foreign markets Herd Increase The evidence shows that dairy farmers are expected to increase Iheir herds next year by 8 per cent and were looking for more Quist said Brunner speaking at the opening business session Friday afternoon said dairymen today are somewhat de suddenly dashed west Funks truck was loaded LONDON Margaret sugar beets one of and Peter Townsend emerged ear ly Friday from a gay informal din ner party which had all the ear confused with the dairy program and parity especially He said on April I 1954 the dairy parity dropped from 90 to 75 per cent and today it is 84 per cent Brunner proposed that the gov ernment move dairy products to consumers at prices they will buy with the difference between prices and supports paid to processing plants and passed on to producers in the form of subsidies Soil Bank The two men said the three dairy groups in convention here are ini favor of the proposed Soil Fertility j Bank in which the government pays farmers to retire land from production and put it in soil build BEST Strict Des Moines freshman was named Miss Perfect Profile Thursday nigbt at SUI activities in Iowa City Wendy won out over 77 other Profile Preview hope fuls Margaret and PeterAttend Gay Party Ike Won Point at July Talks With Russians WASHINGTON Eisenhower fought and won at last summers summit meeting a battle against Rus sian efforts to set up a European security pact ahead of German reunification A new State Department record of the fourpower session showed Eisenhower told Soviet Premier Nikolai A Bulganin bluntly that the chief source of Europes insecurity is the division of Germany Thus said the problem of European security and German reunification are The EisenhowerBulganin squab ble was revealed clearly in an 88 page record of the July meeting of British French and Rus sian heads of state at Geneva The Lake Boy Runs Into Truck Near School across School CLEAR LAKE Winders 5 Thursday was kflled when he was run over by a truck on his way home from school Young Winders son of Mr and Mrs Henry Winders 700 S 12th St was struck as he started to run the street near Lincoln Cruihtd Under Wheel A truck driven by Robert Funk Clear Lake was traveling north on Highway 107 and had just crossed the in tersection with Highway 106 when the boy ran into the right front wheeL The rear wheel crushed him The teacher and KEVIN other members of tne class were crossing the street southward when record which was not complete because some of the other powers refused to agree to full publica tion was made public just a week before the Big Four foreign mini ters meeting in Geneva Wins Point Publication of even the partial record was expected to touch off new international controversies None of the three other nations involved was anxious to have the record published The State Department record showed that the EisenhowerBul ganin controversy developed July 20 the third day of the meeting when Russia proposed a general j European treaty on collective se curity Eisenhower countered by sayinj Russia seemed to believe the or ganization of some new and overal pact deferring for the moment the jthought of reunifying Germany contribute to Wt be said that flu division of Germany itself contrib utes to the insecurity of Europe marks of a celebration witb Ken fields south of dear Lake The Surviving are the parents a brother Kerry Allan 6 and sis The question Did they announce j ter Kim Marie at home the their engagement quickly racedjgrandparents Mr and Mrs Myron through the city There still was no official an just mild circumstantial evi dence that the occasion was some what special The happy gathering took place m the tiny whitewashed London cottage of the royal beautys cou sin Mrs John L Wills The two principals in the worlds east secret romance arrived sepa rately just before 7 They left separately more than six hours after 1 Each ooked happy It was the seventh day they nad dated each other in the last eight Bystanders outside the cottage at 49 Kinnerton a quaint mews ini he Knightsbridge district heard Baker and Mr and Mrs Earl Ward Clear Lake and the great grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry Doblman Buffalo Center and Mrs W R Winders Boone Funeral services will be h eId Monday at 2 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church Mason City The Rev C A Hinz will officiate Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery The Major Funeral Home is in charge of arrange ments and that seems to as to be the principal point of difference be tween what he Bulganin has just said to the conference and what we Final Declaration The President won nis point The final declaration of the conference placed European security a nd German unification together as the first item of business to be cussed at the coming foreign min isters meeting The State Department record also showed that Eisenhower took special pains to assure the Soviet Onion that the United States will never start a war or even partici pate in an aggressive war Turning to his old World War H friend Soviet Defense Minister Georgi Zhukov Mr Eisenhower ing grasses j frequent bursts of merry laughter Quist added that if Congress brings in some new form of con trols it should be on all farm products Quist said a convention highlight will be to give recognition to three dairy leaders for their outstanding to the industry The business session Friday eve ning will feature an address by Congressman H R Gross of Wa terloo who will discuss The Dairymans Stake in National Other speakers in clude Clyde Spry of the state de partment of agriculture The Operators Association will hold its business session starting at 9 Saturday Francis Giblin Garrison president will preside The Driers are scheduled to con vene at Saturday The convention banquet will be at Dodd Sentenced to Life Term NEWTON UP A 29yearold Illinois state prison parolee Fri day was sentenced to life in prison for shooting a tavernkeeper to death and wounding two other persons last June 3 Thomas Dodd also was sen tenced to 30 years in the state prison it Fort Madison on each of two charges of assault Dodd changed his plea before District Judge Frank Bcchly Oct 11 from innocent to guilty on all three charges Bechly ruled the crime was first degree murder bcfort sentencing him MISS WORLD LONDON Djuim a tall brunette model from Caracas Friday wore the crown of Miss Sobolev in Attack on U S Want Action Immediately AP Wirephoto HOUSETOHOUSE Chicago detective chats with a housewife and a motor cycle policeman questions two others Friday during a check on clues in the slaying of three young boys last Sunday Eight persons have been arrested in the search but none was a good suspect TURN BACKS ON COMMUNISM 9 Russ Sailors Reach U S SEATTLE former Russian sailors Friday flew east ward across vonderful Amer ika toward New York highly pleased with their decision to abandon Russia for life in the United States They turned their backs on Communism when their ship was seized by the ists 16 months ago They got their first glimpse of the United States when tiiey landed at Seattie Ta c o m a International Airport Thursday night In quick succession following immigration c 1 e a r a n e e they learned water in the United States is free the vodka better than in Russia and that every one here seems so I wanted freedom I wanted to come to the United said Victor Salovyer a baby faced blond who appeared no more than 18 or 20 I did notlike the politics and neither did my friends who with The nine merchant sailors were aboard the Russian tanker Tuapse which was seized near Formosa June 23 1954 They re fused to return to Russia with the ships captain and 28 other crew men and were granted asylum by the Chinese Nationalists They are being admitted to this coun try under the immigration law of 1952 They said there were 11 more of their shipmates now on For mosa waiting for visas to come to this country Accompanying a iuffieran missionary John it Wilenius The men are being sponsored by the Church World Service an international relief organization and a member of the National Council of Churches with headquarters in New York They said they were members of the Kussian Orthodox Church said I can assure you that under no circumstances is the United States ever going to be a party to aggressive any war against Court Denies Appeal by Des Moines Man DES MOINES Iowa Su preme Court Friday denied ineWatlQns petition of Floren Di young SAME BUek BCMIS irmfric death in pan Man Des Moines businessman for a re hearing of the case in which he attempting to was sentenced for bribe an athlete Charles City Crash Claims Second Life CHARLES CITY Charles Chuck Schucknecht 19 Greene lied in Cedar Valley Hospital here morning of injuries re ceived in an auto accident Wednes day Schucknecht driver of the car was the second person to die as the result of the accident Dorothy Demro 21 Charles City died Wednesday night Three other persons were injured in the mishap They include Rob ert Popes 24 Nashua Beverly 18 Charles City and Spratt 20 Greene They been released from Cedar Draper have Valley Hospital Funeral services for Schucknecht are to be Monday at 2 at St Peters Churdi Greene The Rev I J Deines will officiate and burial will be in the Sunnyside Memory Gardens Charles Cfty Schucknecht was graduated from Greene HighSchool last spring and had been employed at the Oliver plant in Charles City until three weeks ago when he began working at the creamery in Greene He is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Vernoa Schucfcnecht a sister Melva Rae and his grand parents Mr and Mrs Charles Frank Butterfield and and Mrs Frank M Schucknecht Marble Rock Flying Enterprise Rare Metal Cargo Newspaper Vouches LONDON OR T h News Chroniclf said Friday that the freighter Flying Enterprise whose 1951 sinking added a new chapter to sagas of the sea carried a secret cargo of rare metal vital to atomic power research In six small steel the story re ported she was carrying al most all the world supply of silvery steelstrong miracle metal for making atomic power The account said the boxes of the metal were recovered by the Italian crew which sal vaged much of the cargo in 1953 from the sunken wreck off Falmouth harbor UNITED NATIONS Kussia demanded Friday a full de late on disarmament in the issembly political committee with itrt waiting for disarmament deci sions by the Big Four foreign min isters Arkady A Sobolev permanent Soviet delegate to the madt he demand in the 12nation Jisarmament Commission He accused the commission of attempting to delay a report on lisarmament debates of its big nation subcommittee Further de ays would be harmful he said Major Topic It has been alleged that dis cussion of disarmament here would interfere with or prevent discussion by the Big Four minis Sobolev said But disarma ment was a major topic of all the general policy statements in the assembly Every member of the United Nations has the right to debate this The Big Four foreign ministeri meet at Geneva Oct 27 The Disarmament Commission subcommittee composed of the United States Britain France the Soviet Union and re cessed sessions here Oct 7 They were deadlocked over dis armament plans especially on U S insistence that jRresident vEisen open sky plan adopted as a prelude to disarma ment Under that plan the United States and the Soviet Union would exchange aerial reconnaissance and defense blue prints to prevent surprise attack Sobolev told the omposed of the 11 Security Coun cil members and that sverybody agrees on the necessity if measures to avert surprise at tack Blamed That together with closeness of greement on the necessity of re ducing Armed Forces and the ne essity of continuing inspection make it desirable to open the dis nnament debate here Sobolev aid He said there was now a iefinite possibility of reaching greement He blamed the United States for locking progress in the closed ubcommittee sessions Henry Cabot Lodge chief U delegate listened intently Sobolevs statement unveiled ome of the mystery behind his a one request last week for an urgent meeting of the commission NICE SHOT FRED PIGEON Mich UP Tele phone service for residents of a Simile area near here was a casu alty of the first day of pheasant hunting Thursday Hunters shot a cable in half About The Weather Mason City Heavy frost Iowa Fair and warmer Union Studies Maytag Offer to End Strike NEWTON strike situa tion at the Maytag Co remained unsettled Friday while officials of CIO United Auto Workers Local 997 pondered terms of a new pro posal by the company The union offered Thursday after noon to drop its requests for a guaranteed annual wage and union shop and to accept a 14 cent hour ly increase for all employes if the company would agree to year contract The union offer was turned downj A spokesman said Rus sias request for the meeting came as a surprise since it had been gen erally agreed to hold off any dis armament debate in the until the foreign ministers had a chance to thresh out the issue at their meeting by Fred Maytag president of the company who said in a statement that management wants a three year contract to prevent possi bility of another strike next year Under the union proposal negotia tions over wages including the guaranteed annual wage could be reopened in 1956 Maytag said the company was willing to make five modifications of its previous final offer grant ing fringe benefits along lines re quested by the union if members of Local 997 are permitted to vote on it by Nov 1 and provided they accept it Says Russia Went to Yalta Knowing Japs Sought Peace TOKYO went to Yalta Conference in February Mechanics Helper Is Fatally Burned MOINES UP The only immediate answer from i the union was a statement saying1945 Wlth knowledge Japan want that further concessions to make m the Panfic been wrung from the Maytag Co war says US Fivepay Iowa Temperatures I for all Maytag employes as a reiwho onetime Foreign DES Virgil AP Wirephoto FOOT FROM the foot of injured driver Hugo on the bvake this bus from plunging into the Lincoln Tunnel feeder road at Union City N J Thursday Twentythree persons were hurt when the bus went out of control and vspun over the embankment Cunningham 51 a mechanics helper was burned fatally by water and steam Thursday while working in a power company ditch near Des Moines Fellow workers said Cunning ham volunteered to remove a clogged outlet for steam and boil ing water in a ditch used by the Iowa Power and Light Co to trans port ashes from boilers to a They said Cunningham was blockedj by a cement brace and a pipe when he tried to get out of the ditch after the steam and water began escap ing will average 4 to 7 degress above normal for the next five days Normal highs are 55 in the north to 60 in the south Normal lows are 34 north to 38 south It will be warmer Saturday cooler Sunday and warmer again Tuesday or Wednesday Precipitation will av erage 10 of an inch or less oc curring as showers Monday orj Tuesday Minnesota Clear cool suit of the solidarity of the em ployes of the The strike now is 51 days old A federal mediator Robert EV Hall said We have adjourned on call of either party or this Globe Gazette weather data to 8 a m day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum WAHMift Postmistress Free on Bond After Hearing DES MOINES WVLucille Sexton 54 postmistress at Cromwell for 13 years was free on bond Friday on charges of embezzlement from the mails She was held to the fed eral grand jury Thursday John C Stevens asst U S district at Minister Shigenori Togo in postwar war crimes trials Official Japanese documents re leased since the war said the Su preme War Councfl decided Sept 12 1944 to ask Russia to mediate peace terms The interrogator Roy L Morgan Greensboro N said Friday that Togo told him Japan received no answer to its request However Russia did accept a later request to relay conditional peace terms to the United States after bombers were smashing at Japan Morgan related At Yalta Russia was granted concessions by its allies in return for a pledge to enter the war torney said postal inspectors filedagainst Japan three months after a complaint that she opened two the defeat of Germany The Soviet letters containing currency entered the war six days Sexton appeared voluntarily beforeifore Japan surrendered m August U S Commissioner Eugene   

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