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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Neiifi Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE 1 TMI NIWSfAPII THAT MAKIS ALL MOUTH IOWANS N 11 6 H B O ft S HOME EDITION VOL LXII MM felted Pnu full IMM CMU Con MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER M IMS Alt COJJ5UU ol Two Otn 11 Views of Adlai Are Endorsed Demo Parley Continues DBS MOINBS WMMidwest Dem ocratic leaders studying tne na tions farm problems Saturday bad Adlai E Stevensons endorsement of90 per cent parity for farm prod ucts A message from Stevenson said a constructive farm program has become the nations number one need and declared that it be comes more apparent with every passing day that this need will be met only through the leadership of the Democratic In a telegram to the inference the 1952 Democratic presidential nominee urged equality for ag riculture with other parts of our The former Illinois governor added Our yardstick for measuring this equality is formula for fairness based on relating what a farmer gets for what he sells to what he must pay for what he Major Stevensons views to the confer ence came as Democrat bigwigsi debated farm issues relating to sag ging prices and incomes and the Republican administration policy of flexible price supports Thej farm situation appears likely to become a major issue of the 1956 presidential campaign j Stevensons message said that 90 j per cent supports on storable com modities are certainly not unfair or too high Support by govern ment loans at 90 per cent of parity Dulles in Rome for Talks AP Wirephoto PLAN LONG Lown 72 and Eddie com 18 both of Waterloo sit atop a 28foot cabin cruiser made by Lown in which they plan a cruise To gether with their dog Pebbles they will leave Dubuque Sunday to cruise down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico up the Atlantic Coast and then back home through the St Lawrence River Great Lakes and Illinois River for basic commodities is all the more necessary at the present time when income is fall ing and we are moving further away from the goal of equality Gov Averell Harriman of New York was to speak at a a plate Iowa Democrat fund raising dinner Saturday night and devote much of Red Pressure Felt by West UNITED N Y Soviet TJnion Satur day appeared to be applying preGeneva conference pressure on the West by calling for a long drawn out disarmament debate in the United Nations while making plans to blame the West if it fail The most Interpretation observers could pot on Fridays daylong performance by Soviet Delegate Arkady A Sobolev in the Disarmament Commission was it was a preGeneva maneuver designed to bufld up pressure on the Western Powers insisted thrft the 12na his address to the farm problem In advance of the dinner a Panel discussion of farm measures was ly prepare a report on of the secret meetings of its sub on schedule James Quigley Valentine chairman of the Midwest Demo committee of the five major atomic powers The record cratic Conference told early arpages ong was published for the Tivolo j f rivals that this organization was not set up to advance any can Stevensons telegram and Harri mans appearance however first time only three hours before the commissionmet Could Profit The Russian at wide variance Senators Deny They Asked for Planes MADRID Spain first of two special U S military trans has flown in Washington to bring three U S ROME UP Secretary of State John Dulles arrived in Europe Saturday to coordi nate Western policy for next weeks showdown with the So viets at Geneva Dulles landed at Romes Ciam pine Airport for a 20hour visit in Rome that Italian leaders hoped would align this country more firmly alongside the West He was met by Italian Foreign Minister Gaetano Martino and U S Ambassador Clare Beothe Luce his hosts durino his quick stopover here DuUes will fly to Paris Sunday for a NATO Council of Ministers meetinfl designed to review final preparations fof the Big Four eign ministers conference be ginning Thursday in Geneva whore the prime topic will be the fate of divided Germany The eased EastWest relations made the secretarys arrival from Washington a striking con trait to visits by S leaders in past years Police took strict precautions to guard a foreign diplomat Se curity forces ringed the airport and the road leading to downtown Rome Three thousand regular and riot police were on standby in their barracks as a routine precaution police sources said But Italys powerful Commu nists issued no call for demon strations They tried to ignore Dulles visit by eliminating men tion of his name from the front page of the party newspaper From the airport Dulles plunged into a heavy schedule which called first for a confer ence with Italys new president Giovonni Gronchi Before leaving Washington Fri day Dulles indicated the United States was willing to go half way and perhaps a little more in seek ing agreements with Russia to ease EastWest tensions at the Foreign Ministers Conference starting in Geneva Thursday The fact he was stopping hero for consultations in advance boosted the prestige of the Italian government which has expressed hope for a stronger voice in West ern policy making It also raised American prestige and countered a strong Communist propaganda offensive in Italy impending presidential nomina tion Harriman Mentioned There were reports at an in formal buffet dinner Friday night that some midwest party leaders want Harirman for President and Sen Estes Kefauver DTenn for vice president Others said Stev enson forces through his message had seized the initiative at the con ference Our objective for with Western views said be nome Europe but the senators continued to deny ever asked for them A fourengined DC6 plane with more than 60 seats landed at Mad rid airport to pick up Sens Mc leDan DArk and Stennis CD Miss and their wives A second plane is due in Paris to bring Sen Chavez DNM home Nov 3 Cost of the two special flights is estimated at compared to the it would cost the three senators and their wives to return to the United States aboard regu larly scheduled commercial air lines A constructive farm program j cord in the fivenation subcoramiti Chavez told reporters here I should not debate disarmament at the same time as the Big Four foreign ministers are debating it at their Geneva meeting The con sensus was that the general as sembly could profit from the Big Fours views Sobolev said that there is a def inite possibility of agreement on the basic questions of disarma ment and charged that Harold E Stassen President Eisenhowers principal aide on disarmament said Stevensons wire is equality questions had cast general with other parts of our economy j doubt on the possibility of an ac has become the nations No Ijtee said Stevensons And it becomes more with every passing day need will be met only through leadership of the Democratic Par In addition to Democratic leaders from 13 midwest states other par ty leaders participating in the ac tivities included National Chairman Paul M Butler U S Sen Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota Rep Mi chael K Kirwan of Ohio Jacob M Arvey Illinois national committee man and Gerald W Heaney Min nesota national committeeman Butler at a dinner in Omaha Friday night attended by some 300 Nebraska Democrats termed the agriculture situation a real He added that farm prices must sink much lower be Specialist Sees Ike at Denver Hopeful News Is Expected DENVER UP Dr Paul Dudley White arrived here Saturday to re examine President Eisenhower and tell the American people later what the prospects are now for his complete recovery The Boston heart specialist land ed at Lowry Air Force Base few minutes after a medical bul letin reported the President feeling refreshed and in his usua jovial mood after a good nights sleep of almost nine hours Dr Whites arrival coincided with the start of the fifth week of hospitalization of the Presidenl since his heart attack Sept 24 Smell Carton Dr White carried a small card board carton which he said con tained coffee he said was given him as a present for the Eisen bowers On the Columbine the Presi dents personal with White were Col Thomas W Mattingry the Armys heart specialist at Wai ter Reed Hospital Maj John Ei senhower the Presidents son and Sherman Adams the Presidents chief deputy They went directly to an Air Force field mess for breakfast be ore going to Fitzsimons Army hospital for medical examinations and consultations These examinations will form the basis for Whites third news conference Saturday afternoon in which he will report on the Presi dents progress and outline a pro of convalescence for the next weeks Two Weeks Unless plans are changed the President will remain at Fitzsim ons Army Hospital a mininfum of two more weeks White has said he will return for a fourth consul tation in two weeks The last medical bulletin Fri day reported the President pro gressing satisfactorily without com plications aftersitting up one hour 50 minutes in an easy chair in his room and in a wheelchair on the sundeek outside his eighth floor quarters White House News Secretarv I UH jdidnt request the Air Force for aJames c Hagerty was queried S Ambassador Henry thing If the Air Forceto the significance of this e apparentiLodge retorted that the Amerfelt if should send special planes Hagerty said they are leaving y that Uiisjicans want a real debate on disfor us thats up to jit pretty much up to the Presi Stennis said he was told He pointed out the Presi OTitltr it CREAMERY ASSOCIATION officers of the Iowa Creamery Assn were reelected at the annual meeting of the group Friday at the Hotel Hanford They are left to right Julius Brunner New Haven president Fred Bachman Clarence 1st vice presi dent J W Jackson Farmington treasurer and Glenn Gillet Corning secretary E A Christensen far Garner was elected a director of the group OUT IN REWARD Few Goocf Clues in Slaying Myers7 Trial Is Recessed First Witnesses Give Testimony DAVENPORT OPI The murder trial of Louis Rusty Myers 31 was in weekend recess Saturday after the state had presented the irst of its witnesses in an attempt o prove that he shot and killed Mrs Delores Lund 25 Muscatine Dr Waiard S Pheteplace Dav enport pathologist told the jury the fatal bullet from a 23 caliber gun pierced both of the womans ungs and that she died within a ew minutes The state claims Myers shot Mrs Lund in his hotel room in Betten orf following an argument over money he owed her Three relatives of the deadwom n her mother a younger brother ack and a sister Mrs Ethel rrye all of Muscatine were in the HEINZ LINGE Articles About Hitlers Life Start Monday Old Blue Car Hottest Lead Chicago Police in Continuing Search CHICAGO tfl Authorities who have watched one possible clue after another fade as worthless made a new bid to the general Mifalic Saturday for help in solving the murders of three boys In issuing the plea States Atty John K Gutknecht promised to protect anyone supplying infor mation Also he warned that by laving and withholding a lead to thie crime a person may be an accessory for or after the The prosecutor said persons with nformation may dislike or fear he publicity that may result in their disclosures but I will be able o protect Big Reward Law enforcement officials and private citizens have posted re courtroom Friday but only The Private Life of Adolf Hitler jwards totaling for clues fore the Republicans will inter II About The Weather Mason CHy Continued mild Iowa Fair mild Minnesota Showers cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Satur Maximum 60 Minimum At 8 I YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 36 43 amament here hi the United Na tions but would not stand for any leaying stampeding of the UN member ship by the Russians Thought Odd The Friday performance was long and in the opinion of many delegates odd It seemed to add up to these probabilities 1 Russia wants to put the West by blaming it for the lack of agree ment in the secret arms talks in a bad propaganda light This prob ably is to offset the propaganda disadvantage the Soviet Union is likely to suffer if as is expected it rejects at Geneva the Wests package deal on German reunifica tion 2 The Russians arc not antic ipating any real progress on dis armament in the Big Four meeting and want it on the record that the West refused to debate arms re duction here at this time 3 The Kremlin is pointing to ward a major propaganda effort when the Assembly gets around to its disarmament debate now like ly late in November and Sobolev has laid the groundwork for a phony charge that the West is re sponsible if arms talks break down MILD 62 36 PLAN OBSERVANCE TOKYO Ufi The 16 allies who fought in Korea under the banner of the United Nations will join Monday in celebrating the organ izations 10th anniversary in cere monies in Japan and South Korea tation was arranged and I assumed I would return on a regular MATS Military Air Transport Service run which was carrying returning soldiers and their families Any re port or intimation that I requested a special plane or declined to wait for scheduled flights is absolutely Mclellan said he too assumed he would be returning on a regular MATS run m all transpordent painted for an hour and a half Friday while abed I think he is more comfortable relaxing and painting in bed rath er than sitting in a Hag erty added It is entirely up to the President whatever he wants to do and we let him do Prominent Ottumwa Businessman Dies OTTUMWA A Haw 51 prominent Ottumwa business man and civic leader died unex pectedly of a heart attack Friday night at Latrobe Pa Haw was president of the Haw Hardware 91yearold whole sale firm He and Mrs Haw driv ing to Atlantic City to attend a convention were making an over night stop at the home of relatives in Latrobe when he was stricken SAME DATEW4SOS OINK OINK BARBOURVTLLE Ky pie hats should be the rage among Union Colleges freshman class It Frye took the stand She testified that the relationship between her and Mrs Lund was not very She said she hac not seen hersister for several months prior to the time she was slain The first testimony introduced by the state sought to link up details of investigations made at the Scot Hotel and at the scene along a road near Bettendorf where two school boys found the womans nude body March 1 the day after her death The has been under way since Wednesday Selection of a includes a Pigg a Hogg a Bacon jjury delayed testimony until Fri and two Hamms dav Amount of Phony Beliefs on Food Baffles Dietetic Group ST LOUIS WVSo youve been skipping meals as a good way to reduce or perhaps eating olives and oysters in the belief theyll make you more virile If so youre wasting either your will power or your time says the American Dietetic Assn Have you always thought junior needs a thick steak after a stren uous afternoon on the football field because protein needs are in creased with physical activity Misinformation say the associa tions food and nutrition experts They add that it just isnt true either that sassafras thins the blood or that cheese is constipat ing These were on a long list of food fallacies drawn up by the associa tions community nutrition section The executive board of association in convention here has resolved to establish a program of provid ing the public with sound food and nutrition information The nutrition authorities are ap palled by the amount of phony food beliefs swallowed and digest ed by so many Americans They cited the salesman who distorts facts to sell his product and the professional person who fails to keep wellinformed and passes on outdated beliefs on it along with many others And so is grandpa as revealed and bylined by the Fuehrers valet Heinz Linge Will be told for the first time in Amer ica in a series of 25 to 30 articles in the GlobeGazette starting in the next issue The articles are be ing distributed nationally by Unit ed Feature Syndicate Linge who is now backin West Berlin at the home of an uncle and aunt has just been released after 11 years in a Russian concentra tion camp Heinz Linges story is the most remarkable document to have come out of the war and it fills in many blanks in the history of the past 20 years He will detail sen sational intimate secret revela tions of the guard and off guard which only he as the man who knew Hitler best can tell For 11 long and weary years says Linge the Russians kept me a close prisoner in the concentra tion camp near Sverdlowsk in the Urals because all those years they knew I was Hitlers valet and chief of his personal staff with the rank of major in his private bodyguard They knew I was the last per son to see the Fuehrer before he shot himself in the bunker at the Reich Chancellery And that I was the first to see him Now free but as yet somewhat ewildered as he sits in a Kur leading to the arrest and convic tion of the killer or killers of Rob ert Peterson 14 and the Schues sler brothers John 13 and Anton 11 The boys were strangled some time Sunday night after visiting at least two northwest side bowling establishments in search of an al ley on which they could bowl After four days of one of Chi cagos biggest investigations the hottest lead appeared to be an old blue automobile Several witnesses have reported seeing such a car in a wooded area northwest of the city at various times Tuesday before the bovs Gross in Plan for Farm Aid Temporary Props Asked U S Rep H R Gross Friday night called for temporary price upports from the government for cattle hogs and crops to give the armers a break like other indus tries have in past Gross spoke to about 500 dele ates and visitors at the joint meeting of the Iowa Creameries the Iowa Creamery Opera ors and the Iowa Milk Driers Assn in the Hotel Hanford The U S Representative is a little late for temporary price supports but that such action could still help a few farmers He said the ones that have already narketed their livestock at prices below the cost of production could not be helped by the support pro gram Gross pointed out that the hog market is the lowest it has been in 11 years Cost of Production Gross called for supports to the farmer to coyer the cost of pro duction and necessary profits to be paid in the market place These supports he said shouldbe paid to armers who raise food for do mestic needs There is also virtue in the soil ertility bank where rental is paid o the farmers for land out of pro he said But the ques tion remains as to xvhat price to ay the farmer for what he Gross said he thought the farmer ould take care of his own soil onservation program if given ade uate support for the crops he does aise There is no fast and easy an wer to the farm he aid but the past farm program s not sufficient We must do some ling else The rapid price fluc uations are not good for the farm r the businessmen in the midwest r the welfare of the Spontaneous Meetings Gross pointed out that for the irst time since the depression armers have met spontaneously to rotest the farm program Gross as speaking of the meetings in Southern Iowa This is a sign that Secretary Benson and other government officials ought not to Gross said Farmers dont do such things unless they are being Gross said that the farmers de serve a subsidy as much as any other industry He pointed out the government subsidies given to in dustries for defense contracts as an example of help by the govern ment Gross said that Congress will probably be called upon in its next session to lower taxes But no one in the administration is talking about He said deficit spending is an paying he said off the national naked bodies were found in a ditch j inflationary measure of the worst there apartment in West Berlin Linge says he welcomes the opportunity to tell the com lete story not only of Hitlers j ast days but of the days before the war and the beginning of the Car License jkind Foreign Aid Cut But no one got the cars license Gross told the dairymen that if number Some said it was a had cut our foreign aid pro others a Plymouth jgram during the past years we Edward Rohlfes 47 an unemwould not have such a staggering ployed laborer and his daughter Joan Malecke 19 said they were driving through the forest preserve about two hours before the bodies were found They said they saw three hatless young men in a weatherbeaten blue car near the ditch Others had told of seeing an old blue car in the forest preserve ear lier Tuesday Sheriffs deputies went to Brook ville Friday to question a girl who told police there she had seen the bodies dumped into the ditch while she was in Chicago last weekend They reported that she actually had no knowledge of the slaying except what she had read lor heard national debt now Even a reduc tion would have helped a he added Tom Bode Cedar Falls was the chairman at the Friday night meeting Clyde Spry Iowa Secre tary of Agriculture gave his greet ings to the group before the Gross speech All officers of the Iowa Cream eries Assn were reelected at the Friday sessions They are Julius Brunner New president Fred Bachman Clarence 1st vice president B Scholten Hull 2nd vice president Glen Gillet corn ing secretary and J Jackson Farmmgton treasurer E A Christenson Garner was elected a director of the association   

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