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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS iHOMil EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Presi Full Lease Wires Seven Ceots Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCTOBER 31 1955 i Sper This firper Consists of Two No Wont Marry Townsend Princess One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULt KGLO USOO WTAD Qalnoy WOL Amti CM They Retire and Get Busy K DYNAMIC man belying his al most 70 years looked out overj his audience on a midwestern stale university campus the other day and offered this observation j Almost all of the discussions ij hear and literature I read pertain ing to old age and retirement em phasize what is going to be done for the retired people in the com munity What Id like to emphasize is what our retired people can do for themselves and their communii i The speaker was Maurice du Pont Lee long identified with the vast industry at Wilmington which bears the name of one of his fore bears My reference of course is to the du Pont Company And he speaking at a luncheon meet use of a pasteboard pumpkin and the family cat Photogra ing in connection with the fourth annual conference of the institute of gerontology at the University of Iowa For a half hour or so he poured out his philosophy of extending aj helping hand to fellowman andj particularly the small business man whose future may rest with such a helping hand Lets show that we are not re he admonished his hear at the Iowa City conference Invaluable Experience The 16 million people in country who have passed the 65 year mark are beginning to rej alize he insisted that they have invaluable knowledge and exper ience to give the younger genera tion And thats exactly what Maurice Adlai to Get More Support President Still Mum Blow on Head Caused Death of Muscatine From Our Wire Services Adlai E Stevenson over the weekend picked up support from Pennsylvania and Minnesota dem ocrats even though he still hedged on whether he is a candidate for the presidency In two days of crowded politi cal activity Stevenson Duty Put Before Her Love MUSCATINE autop sy report Monday said Lillian Crowley a 38yearold widow whose body was found in her apartment during the weekend died as a result of a blow to the head Ralph Lewis 30 Muscatine construction worker held for r after they returned from a visit will not marry to several taverns Friday night Announcement Is Official LONDON Margaret HALLOWEEN takes practice to become a good spook so Neal Musser Monday sharpens up with the He also said her head struck a Peter Townsend The 25vearold Princess an door sill when he carried her nouncement wrote an end to a ro to a bed after the fall the I felt her pulse and there was divided the nation small beat and I was scared She issued her announcement refused to say yes or she was Lewis told after a conference of more than pher Elwin Musser caught this scene in the living room of no to an invitation from the Minne lice So I got scared and run two hours their home a few hours before the official beginning of sota Democratic State Central the states ghost and goblin time Chinese Reds Free More Yanks Priest Three Others Arrive at Hong Kong One Says Commies Improved Her He Went to An Extreme Just to Have THE LAST WORD DES MOINES 33 Omaha Monday j was in fairly good condition at a local hospital with injuries suf fered Sunday when her husband allegedly threw her out of a car near here Sheriffs deputies said the two were having a family argument when the husband James ejected his wife from the automobile on 4 about five miles west of here Boone was not arrested since the woman did not file charges HONG KOXG JP Four Ameri passing motorist picked up Mrs Boorve and brought her to JFrom Our Wire Services Committee to enter primary next March 2 Received from Pennsylvania Gov George M Leader a predic jtion that the states delegation j would be almost solid for Steven Ison at the Democratic national convention next year No Statement 3 Huddled with exPresident Truman who says he urged j Stevenson to declare his candidacy AIIDut who refused to sa whether IO lYClTlOYc hes backing the partys 1952 presi dential candidate for another nomi nation i Stevenson maintained his non committal policy at Duluth Sunday when Minnesotas top I democrats drew up a resolution 1 backing Tiim for the nomination and urging him to run in the pri mary sic out the front door and up yearold divorced commoner and the father of two sons Townsend left that Clarence Results of a lie detector test given Lewis were not disclosed House where Margaret Russians Told Restrictions Talks on Third Item Launched Coroner Dr I H ODell said an inquest probably would be held late Monday i Lewis was arrested a short j time after Mrs Crowleys body was found by police Saturday The womans landlady had called the officers du Pont Lee has been doing forcans including a Fulbright scholar groadlawns Hospital where she was treated for multiple lacerations j GENEVA The Monday In Washington Sen Knowland Russia to stop said Monday if Presi the past four or five years sincewho said she had made a full the rules of his company put himconfession of acts against the on the shelf so far as his lifetimeiCom munist government cSme of service as a chemical from Red China Monday was concerned j They were Miss Harriet Mills of I should say that this is ONE ofNew York who confessed to acts the things he has been doing beinimical to the government of cause doing good to others has the Rev Armand been bis fulltime task and Jesuit priest of service along this line has Mrs Nadesbda Romanoff a many forms For one thing he Russian who became a nat Thompson Girl With Broken Leg Attempts to for Help After Truck Accident OBrien County Man Held in Wifes Death PRIMGHAR iff Sheriff Jake her sad faced and serious I would like it to be known that I have decided not to marry Group Capt Peter the Prin cess announced Cites Duty Mindful of the churchs teach jing that Christian marriage is in idissoluble and conscious of my iduty to the Commonwealth I have resolved to put these considerations before any others I have been aware that sub ject to my renouncing my rights of succession it might have been possible for me to contract a civil marriage I have reached this de cision entirely alone and in doing so I have been strengthened by the Mulder said an OBrien CountyjunfaDing support and devotion of farmer reported Monday killingGroup Capt Townsend Western broadcasts cease censorjdent Eisenhower isnt going to runnjs wife Sunday night on a lonely j I am deeply grateful for the ing news and let down the bars toagain the Republican Party while the couples daughter concern of all those who have con ifree travel to and from the country are entitled to have slept in the back seat of their prayed for my happiness Ernest Kiense 43 who farms iet Union j sufficient time to make an ap Jji British Foreign Secretary Harold iPraisal of other possible of Hartley MacMillan flung down the brought his 6yearold ilenee with these words at the start Knowland who has been meniLoJTaine and his wifes Drove Away Townsend given the word by the herself Monday night out of motorist been Wilmingtons park American in 1937 and her Despite a pay j 15yearold daughter Irene toward a nearby Maurice du Pont Lee came into Mjs mh walked over the pickup truck my life some four years ago from Red china and thc otjler bv a passing we were brought together on the ater on a Brjtjsh freighter 53o p m campus of Purdue University WefrQm Tienlsin joan is the daughter of Mr and were members of a group of ai Douglas C Sharp dozen business and professionalj ooKing nr with Allen Nor people invited to that campus toj Looking fit after 42 months in fis 67 driver of the truck who counsel with students in their dorfa Red Chinese prison on charges works on the and Hake farm mitories and other living espionage Proulx said the spywhere Joan had been visiting The concerning their lifework Our pay mg consisted of little facts one two returning 0 the farm consisted of being complimented happened to Irarn from ifjor buvme gr0cerie in Clear We were designated as Old Maslike the Red army had passed 25 Lakc ters i miles from vour little i Featured in Magaxinet The truck hu a bridge abutment Just before that time the Sati Miss Mills who spent four years pfs tian backed b automatic urday Evening Post later theland three months in a Chinese ea 0V f r th anHriPnt crossed into Israeli territory ReadersDigest featured an article Communist prison said she had ieast 0 the Gaza Strip Monday about the efforts of Mr Lee andbeen handcuffed with her hands Don Baker who lives about 100 He said an Israeii unit drove up end New Incident on Israels Side of Strip confidence and First to Speak j conventions Remains Mum At Denver however President MacMDlan was the first of the still is keepingmum couPle Clara about Before the Princess issued the 38 and Lorraine were returning statement she told her decision to home from visiting relatives ather sister Queen Elizabeth and her Paullina Sunday night when the J JERUSALEM Curbs Lifted he didnt sleep I The Princess stayed on in Clar three Western foreign ministers to political pfans but he i About 102 miles southeast House after making her deci speak as the conference opened ais back in the political scrap withjpnmShar on a dirt roadMrsision The Queen and her husband i brief debate on bettering EastWest j vet another week or so to go before i Kiense jumped from the car Duke of Edinburgh soon were relations the third item on the hospital I started to run away on foot go to a royal film show agenda i His activity in that rough andfarmer faid then Margarets mention of Christian j U S Secretary of State Dulles1 tumble field is far from fulljbeat and cboked He made it plain that the also is prepared to challenge even from the on the floor of the carjstand of the Church of England on An Israeli Soviets to lower some of theIron Of the rather reserved role hejand drove home J divorce was the major factor in charged EgypiCurtain barriers Dulles will fly topiayed in it prior to his Sept and e g went to bed buther Decision heart attack But the Presidents 100 per cent support of embattled Secretary of Mulder said t GENEVA UP United Agriculture Benson Saturday gave the Wilmington group associatedbehindherback and also was inards from the bridge was driving the Egvptjans back across the ar states announced Monday it is the Democrats notice they m ankle chains for several whert he saw Joan crawlinglmistice line No casualties on the ifting immediately all passport 1 lne snerm salfl 3Dom restrictions on travel of Ameri cans to Russia and other East with him in giving assistance small local businesses in added this was a form of on tbe road afler tne side reported Fortunate indeed w ere thepunishment for repudiating an took the injured girl and the Earlier Monday Israel claimed youngsters on Purdues statement idazed Norris to the Norris andEgyptian planes made four European countries who were exposed to the Maurice had mvsejf and myself onlv Hake farm and summoned nelP her territory Sunday du Pont Lee philosophy that sento thank for The truck was heavily damaged An Israel Foreign MinistryMadrid Tuesday for talks withj Monday he approved plans of ice to our fellow man is an ihc statemcnt was perfectly as il rolled into ttie ditch after spokesman declared that up to Generalissimo Francisco I Postmaster General Summerfield bok for Eisenhower to defend ad ministration policies during nextNveeks ago his deputy investigated whether he an argument tne couple naa years seeks reelection or not j Hike At that timC Mulder said Kiense ac cused his wife of squandering monev he Not pensable ingredient of good icnship At the recent Iowa con ference on the problems of old he set forth that credo in Communist policy today words changed but its implementation is The acquisition of materialdifferent and chains are very sel possessions is the standard of sucidom used she continued She fitting the abutment cess for too many people No matsaid her chaining happened prior ter how you acquire wealth May 1953 She described the are supposed to be successful ifiCoimnunist prison as a place ofj you have it This is a fallacy of the worst kind We need only the It is a place where new people Farmer Faces New ar Cut The Weather The spokesman York peace appeal Gen E L M Burns I observer and commented border situation and amount necessary to live on andlare made My arrest has been the Mason City Increasing cloudiexactly what we vvant too take care of emergencies whichWt decisive thine that has and Monday night jpened in improving she For Mr Lee doing the greatestiadding that if she been im good to the greatest number isjprisoned she would not have been the true measure of success Evenable to sec how wrong her thoughts after retirement and even thoughjwcre about the new Chinese gov we may have acquired little of this ernment American officials said thev could Iowa Mostlv fair and Israel Issue trip to Spain will be the conference here Summerfield told reporters the WASHINGTON farmers President may ask for an increase share of what the housewife spends the first class postage rate fromfor food is expected to be shaved Mason Cityan Among Delegates to Parley Earlier Western sources saidhave not yet been worked out jin 1956 at 40 cents compared with JMacMillan Dulles and French Summerfield the former this year and 43 cents in i Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay lican National Committee chair1954 J had agreed at a preliminary meetman and Eisenhower campaign The reason for its 06 forecast ing to consider in 1952 said he talked the department said in a study of Israeli demands for defensive no politics with the President durmarketing and transportation isi PRINCESS MARGARET occasional light rain colder night with snow flurries Monday night 3740 High Tuesday in the 40s Hard freeze DES MOINES Twenty one Tuesday night lowans were appointed Mondav Gov Leo to to steer clear of any Midhe considered any such discussionare likely to average near the rec Mostly fair and warmate at the Xyhite Houe Eastern arms race or giving at this time would be most inord high posted during the third quarter of 1955 But the sources said the ing their 30minute conference at that next years charges for procj States Britain and France Fitzsimons Army Hospital He and distributing farm goods worlds goods we still have time this say whether she had undergone Monday night Tuesday considerence on Education in Washingtonnew security guarantees to brainwashing treatment while in able cloudiness and much colderjov 2SDec 2 iprison with occasional snow or rain chang and our othcrs also wil Taken at Lakota Not Independent noi maepniuciii Ipnson with occasional snow or rain r hang and four othcrs also will IN f I I A ft The Communists have a pering to snow Temperature falls confcrcnce as r Alter Y StSt S0S ooy s Doay i tfdi CONTINUED ON PAGE 1 40 northeast to upper 40s southSwanson Mason City west times somebody in reuremtm is wcst and north portions bv WodnesBate bv ire worn It means that he canjrcportcrs I confessed from the dnv mornjnc njctl 35 Mr L W live comfortable without doing anyjvcry day 1 was mciuocs u more work But Mr Lee takos ex ception to such a concept It is my feeling that such pcoj pie are no more independent thanj those on a pension They are entirely dependent upon those who earn the dividends on their secur ities and they have no moral or ethical right to accept this support without returning something to the community in They need no more he went on but certainly they should SAME DATE1954513 Uhllr flit nfi truth in M Minnesota Snow colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Mon day Maximum 35 Minimum 20 At 8 28 Procip Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 43 Minimum 19 UNSETTLED POWERS LAKE N D UP The discovery of a 4yearold boys body one year after hr had wandered from his ranch home Monday raised strong suspicions that he had been murdered An examination of young La Whitaker Chambers Has Heart Attack WESTMINSTER Md taker Chambers former Commu vern Engets body was scheduled nist courier suffered a severe and authorities planned to drain heart attack 10 days ago and is off the slough where the discov 1 confined to bed his wife said Mon ery was made Sunday day Sheriff Martin S Ryan said it The 54yearold Chambers chief was inconceivable that La against Algcr Hiss has vcrns body had boon overlooked ailinc since the fall of 1952 in a shoulderloshonldcr scrh by thousand of men last Octo ber Lavcrn wandered into the fields on Oct IT 1954 to meet his father and disappeared into the North Dakota dusk Thousands of men camped around Powers Lake to aid in the biggest hunt in North Dakotas history They joined hands and walked in mile long human chains across the rugged coun try Airplanes helicopters and bloodhounds were called in to hHp LAKOTA netted about in cash and merchandise in four breakins Sunday night on the Main Street of Lakota Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst ihe thefts Authorities estimated the rtil iprits got away with in land merchandise at Bracks Super Valu grocery store S300 in guns a final search to ease the last and electrical equipment at the J In all the search covered 100 square miles But no trace of La vern was found then Last week Williston N newMnan Dan Hallignn organized in the minds of the parIE Lkena and Co hardware and between and at thc public 5 men gathered in The safe of the W E Ley Motcr Co was demolished but nothing re away the tall tough grass and ported missing Entrance to all four began draining away the water buildings was gamed by jimmying Laverns badly decomposed body the front doors all of which face on found hint in alumt a foot of Main Street the ouny sheriff doubts ents About ers Lake and pushed into the mviddv sloughs They burned f   

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