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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Preu and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 2 This Paper of Two One No II Big Four Seeking Common Ground Israel and Egypt Exchange Charges Ike and Benson in Chat Meeting Is Important DENVER HVPresides Eisen hower past another important re covery milestone Saturday arj ranged a hospital conference withi Secretary of Agriculture around whose head a bitter politi cal storm is howling As the Presidents doctors re ported that new Xray pictures disclosed no enlargement of his heart and termed that the most significant medical development of the week in his case the embat tled Benson declared Friday night I am going to see it through just as long as the President wants me to remain in his So the scheduled Eisenhower Benson coherence at Fitxsimons Army Hospital took on the aspect of a chipsaredown session It af fords the recuperating President an opportunity to say just how he feels about the sharp criticism of to make it clear whether be wants him to stay on in the Cabinet in Part In the past Eisenhower has warmly defended Benson who comes to Denver in the wake of published by the AP Wirephoto SIDEWALK spectators watch from atop a wall as firemen po lice and a priest minister to five sailors and a civilian injured in a twocar crash in New York City An ambulance later carried the group to a hospital All were expected to live White some of his fel low Cabinet members tried to oust him from his agriculture post The storm raging around Ben son is linked to falling farm prices Handicapped in State Get Top Program Rated No 1 in Rural Schools DES MOINES The special education division of the State De partment of Public Instruction speaks with pride when discussing the progress of its program to aid handicapped children We think weve got one of the IS IV laiJiilK AOl 111 i f decline for which he of any state in the the Eisenhower administration is not responsible Only Friday the Agriculture Department reported that the index of prices received by farmers dropped another 2 per cent in the month ended in mid October The farm price issue is shaping up at this point as a key one of the 1956 presidential and congres sional campaigns Price Floor The regional board of directors 1 suitant for visually and physically handicapped children He added We probably are No 1 as far as rural schools are concerned Other states seem to be doing a pretty good job but their work is centered in the larger Aiding Teachers He went on to explain The entire program is aimed Truman Soys Hed Vote ior Stevenson WASHINGTON UP Former President Harry S Truman Saturday said that if he were a citizen of Illinois he would support Adlai E Stevenson for Hie Democratic Presidential nomination Hes a friend of mine I like the former President told re porters as arrived in Chi cago for a mantoman politi cal talk with Stevenson the 1952 Democratic nominee who is expected to announce soon that he will seek the nomina tion again in 19W Cold Weather Continues to Envelop State DES MOINES UFtCold weather at helping the teachers to help continued to pour into Iowa Satur the children help themselves Thej day and the Weather Bureau said Princess and Peter Found Holding Hands Announcement on Romance Near UCKFIELD England CUP Princess Margaret and Peter Townsend Saturday held hands af fectionately in a stroll across a frosted meadow at their weekend place in the secluded Sussex hills It was the first time since their romance flowered that they had been seen to display affection Border Again Is Violated U N Chief Gets Note JERUSALEM Pi Israel and Egypt Saturday exchangedj charges of new troop violations ofj the tense El Auja demilitarized border zone which truce offi cials strove to neutralize a month ago Israeli officials here said two companies of Egyptian troops to taling about 300 men penetrated Israeli territory along the El Auja Nizana border about 45 miles south of Gaza Friday The Israelis saidj they set up an outpost in the zone in retaliation for the alleged Egyp tian incursion The Israeli Foreign Ministry is sued a statement saying the two Egyptian companies reinforced two other Egyptian units that already had set up strong points in the zone They said the moves were made in disregard of the armi stice agreement and or promises made by Egypt to Canadian Maj Gen E L M Burns chief of the truce observers Sept 27 Since then Burns has been plead ing with both sides to observe the zones neutrality Sent Israel sent Burns a note asking him to call on Egypt to withdraw from the position it allegedly hac taken and promising a simultane ous withdrawal by the Israeli force Egyptian officials declared the Israeli troops had reoccupied a po sition in the zone partly on Egyp They did not know they were territory which they had evac served The princess and the divorced war hero held their second country rendezvous in three weeks as spec ulation grew that an official an nouncement on a solution to their romance is While detectives trailed at a dis creet distance Margaret and Townsend were seen walking landinhand at noon across the of the newly organized nationalultimate aim is to produce wellthe chilly air currents would Lord Rupert farmers organization in Iowa Fri day asked that a price floor be established at 90 per cent of parity for hogs and cattle In a telegram to presidential as sistant Sherman Adams the farm group asked that the price sup port be established in view of states with constantly declining prices of farm products If all continues to go well doc tors plan to let Eisenhower leave the hospital in another 10 days to adults and good community citi the mercury down into the low 20s zens We want to make them tax payers instead of tax consumers If they end up in institutions we in the northwest Saturday night It didnt get quite so cold as the weather man predicted in the state j Friday night The high readings Friday afternoon ranged from 45 Nevills house where they are weekend guests Their hands were linked and seemed engrossed in their will pay to a year Spencer and to 66 at keep them If we can train them this crisis in the great farm for partial or complete selfsuffi ciency the money will be returned to us in tax revenue as they be come wage The program centers on five groups Those with vision handi caps those with hearing defects The discovery they were on handholding terms appeared to be Burlington and Davenport and thefurther evidence that the bonds of lows early Saturday from 32 attheir romance had not been broken Sioux City to 40 at Ottumwa Rain that pushed into the state Friday ended over all but extreme eastern Iowa early Saturday morn ing Most points in the state had less than a quarter of an inch o two between Nov 5 and 12 j those with speech problems thej moisture but Davenport had Another development was a hike j physically handicapped and thosejuiches Burlington 97 and Dubuque in the amount of food the Presi dent can the calories to which he has been re stricted since he was hospitalized to a day The increase is being permitted because he no longer is bedridden and so subject to weight gains in the absence of dietary precautions Now he is being allowed to walk around in his room whenever he in the psychological group The latter includes the maladjusted the retarded and the gifted children Last Year In the last school year through a screening process it was discov ered that about children had vision handicaps They were sent 95 The forecast was for Saturday afternoon temperatures in the up per 40s and lower 50s with gusty winds from the north of 20 to more than 30 miles per hour Partly cloudy and continued cod readings were predicted for Sun next able week he to roam feels like it and probably will be around his eight floor hospital headquarters a bit abled them to continue their edu cation About children were examined to determine whether they came within the psychological group and if so educational pro grams were designed to meet their needs About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Sun day Cold with low Saturday night near 28 High Sunday 45 Iowa Partly cloudy and con tinued cold through Sunday Little cooler at night Winds diminishing Saturday night Low Saturday night 2227 northwest 2732 southeast Minnesota Cloudy and cold ANAMOSA UPArchie Burkoy Globe Gazctteformer Wyoming Iowa night mnr weather data up shal charged with murder in the to 8 a m Saturdeath of his young son has been day denied a new sanity hearing and Maximum 43 his trial set for 9 a m Monday Minimum 35 District Judge Floyd Philbrick At 8 a m 35 denied the motion of Defense At Prec 03 torney William T Connery for a YEAR AGO new hearing Friday Conncry said Maximum 49 would appeal the ruling to the Minimum 30 ilowa Supreme Court to professional people for but vith afternoon tempera tures slightly warmer than Satur day measures Ludwig said the screening pro gram developed about the national average of children with hearing and speech problems They were sent to professionals for aid About 400 physicallyhandicapped children were given assistance in Davenport Man Killed in Illinois Accident HILLSDALE HI ff E B Hughes Davenport was killed in accident on Koute 2 five miles south of here Friday night His car struck a culvert and plunged into ditch Illinois State Police said The man was dead on arrival at a Morrison hospital Archie Bur key Denied New Sanity Hearing WINDY OST ENDS CHICAGO 42 mil lion persons get an hours extra sleep Sunday when daylight sav ings time ends in 12 states SAME by the bitter controversy over their possible marriage Ottumwa Woman Gets FiveYear Sentence OTTUMWA UP Lucille El liott 65 Ottumwa was sentenced Friday in district court here to 5 years in the Rockwell City Wom ens Reformatory after she was found guilty of performing an abor tion She was accused of performing the illegal operation on an Ottum wa high school girl last year uated last month on orders from Burns An Egyptian spokesman said the Israelis had fortified the position and surrounded it with barbed wire The latest reported penetrations came less than 24 hours after Is raeli raiders destroyed an Egyp tian camel corps camp across the Egyptian border at Kuntila nearly 100 miles south of El Auja The Israelis said 10 Egyptian soldiers were killed and 20 captured in the attack Cairo said four Egyp tians and four Israelis were killed after which the Israeli force was driven off Egypt made a strong protest to the U EgyptianIsraeli Mixed Armistice Commission Called Retaliation The Kuntila raid in turn was described by an Israeli informant as retaliation for an Egyptian at tack Tuesday on an Israeli police j post at Beeroyatin in the El Auja Nizana zone At U N headquarters in New York Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi repeated previous claims that Egypt has no intention of attacking Israel and is trying to maintain peace along the border Referring to Egypts recent cotton forguns deal with Czechoslovakia Fawzi said Egypt was getting the arms only for defense WHERE MONEY WAS Russell Pearl Lunde shows where the cash box containing was kept in a cedar chest in an upstairs bedroom in the Lunde farm home miles north of Nora Springs Mrs Lunde missed the money Oct 8 after looking for her key to the box for a week She finally pried the box open She had accumulated the money over a 35year period MISSING Continue Probe of Farm Theft By DRAKE MABRY NORA County Sheriff Bernard Atherton said Sat urday that his office was continuing the investigation in the theft of reported by Mrs Russell Pearl Lunde farm wife miles north of here The sheriff said he expected to clean the case up in about three days He declined to comment further on the case except to say that Jarley Kohler who according to Mrs Lunde visited the farm Sunday 2 the day Mrs Lunde attended a church meeting in Nora Springs was questioned and later released MISS WORLD FROM VENEZUELA Susana Djuim Miss winner of the Miss World contest in London poses with runnersup secondplacer Margaret Anne Haywood left of the and thirdplacer Julia Coumoundourou rijrht of Greece Iowa Airman Faces Charge of Murder SEAT PLEASANT Md flAir man 2 C Sheryl 0 Sokolik 23 Aplington Iowa described by po ke as a jilted suitor Saturday aced a murder charge in the slay ing of his rival during an argument iver a girl Prince Georges County police aid Friday Sokolik admitted in a written statement that he shot Wil iam S Birkett 22yearold car renter after the pair had gone to lonely area near the Oxon Hill High School to settle their differ ences over a 20yearold Forest ville girl Birketts body was found Thurs day night lying face down in the middle of an unpaved road by a househunting couple Birkett Forestville had been shot three times Police said talks with the girl and the victims relatives led them to the arrest of Sokolik at his room in a Washington home Police identified the girl as Lois Robey who lives a few doors away from the victims stepmother Miss Robey declined to discuss the case with newsmen Sokolik a tall slender airman Kohler worked for the Lundes and international goodwill and the several years ago and was a fre quent visitor to the farm said Mrs Lunde Pat Horton who currently helps Lunde work the 160 acre farm said Stalemate Believed at Hand Differences Called Great GENEVA Big Four for eign ministers met Saturday for the third time to try to bring near er together their apparently ir reconcilable views on how to re unite Germany and achieve Euro pean peace Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov U S Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Britains Har old MacMillan and Frances An toine Pinay assembled in the pal ace of Nations Russia and the three Western powers presented each other Fri day rival programs for solution of Europes problems Diplomatic quarters said the two plans were almost as far apart as they ever have been Common Ground Saturday the foreign ministers were to see what they can do to rind at least some common ground between the two plans There were many fears however that they aced a stalemate Best opinion was that their arguments now would be directed not so much at changing each others minds but toward rallying public support particularly in Germany The three Western ministers con ferred at MacMillans villa Satur day morning to map strategy but diplomats here believe the differ ences are so great they doubt prac tical negotiations can be under taken in the near future Each side now is prepared1 to argue that its own plan for Europe and Germany affords the best for assuring peace Behind the propaganda the existence of which neither side officially admits appear to be contradictory diplomatic strategies which shape up this way 1 The Western Powers believe iey may eventually persuade Russia to accept German reunifi cation on Western terms if they apply firm and patient pressure over several years They reason that Russia needs a period of peace Soviets will if necessary pay a considerable price for it Cold War Truce 2 Russia for many months has been maneuvering to obtain Friday night that Kohler and two I truce in the cold war in order to other men visited the farm Oct 2 Horton said Kohler was upstairs at that time looking for his Reported Oct 8 Theft of the was reported Oct 8 to the Floyd County Sheriffs office The investigation began im mediately Sheriff Atherton said The money represented Mrs Lundes savings over a 35 year pe riod Mrs Lunde said the was mostly in S20 and SlO bills It was relax world tensions put the West ern nations off guard weaken the North Atlantic Alliance and con centrate on its own internal eco nomic problems Having achieved considerable relaxation of tension especially since last Julys confer ence of Big Four government chiefs Russias tactics now are to hold what it has gained without giving up any territory or position of great value The Western Powers may em ikept in a fireproof box in a cedar it as a means of pressure to chest in an upstairs bedroom in inch the Soviet Union toward was described only as a guard at a top security government installa tion in Washington Texas Woman Given Sentence DES MOINES Willie Mae Evans 22 Dallas agreement on what they want However it probably is more im portant for Russia just now Re laxation in the Western camp is almost entirely a matter of public opinion and a reversal for the So viets in this field could wipe out the gains they have already made mail theft ring which officials said netted week They had been jailed here since their arrest Sept 29 The government charged them with rifling mail boxes of three Des Moines apartment buildings the Lunde home Some jewelry a S100 bill and about S100 in chick en money on the dresser in the room were left untouched I worked hard to save that said Mrs Lunde Friday She said she earned the money through the sale of eggs chickens and crocheting She wanted to use it to buy little things around the Search for Key Mrs Lunde searched for the key to the box for a week before forc ing the box open and discovering the theft She normally keeps the key in a coin purse in her pocket book A second key was in the box she said Mrs Lunde said the cash could have been taken the afternoon kuled and two others injured Oct 2 That was the only time shejin a twocar collision at the June was out of the house for any length tion of Highways 77 and 78 south of time she said Mrs Lunde last looked in the cash box about a year She was always worried about fire not theft she said Thats why I kept the money box in thdFairflcld identified the injured as cedar she added In Simmons 29 Geneseo Mrs Lundes mother Mrs Min nie Marshall lives with them on the farm home Mrs Lundes I i for treatment of shock but hospital attendants said their condition was not serious State highway patrolmen said the accident occurred when one New Hampton Couple Killed in Accident RICHLAND pi Two persons of here Saturday Keokuk County sheriffs depu ties identified the dead as Mr and Mrs Leo Conrad New Hampton The Jefferson County Hospital in of their injuries was not immedi ately determined Their two children Debbie 4 worked for him until recently OXHEY England du Cros 84 founder of the Dunlopicar pulled out from a stop sign Rubber died Saturday into the path of the other   

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