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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIl Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wirei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1955 This Paper Consists of Tsvo One No 44 Interim Group Takes No Stand on Kyer Dulles in Appeal for Unity But Welcomes Policy Debate WASHINGTON of Stale John Foster Dulles Tues day appealed to both Republicans and Democrats to keep foreign policy out of the 1956 election campaign because of the aid a domestic political battle would give to Americas enemies Those hostile to the United States and its ideals are not going to take a vacation so that we can here safely concentrate on a do mestic political Dulles told a news conference Dulles said only peril could flow from careless or uninformed indulgence in partisan excesses during the coming campaign He warned against any politicking which could provide Russia and the Communist world with unusual opportunities for gain Welcomes Debate Dulles said there undoubtedly will be debate on foreign policy He said this debate is welcome so long as it is con ducted in a way that will not en danger the nation Dulles thus added his voice to that of President Eisenhower who appealed Saturday for bipartisan ship in foreign policy Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler said Monday that Democrats would be happy to join in a truce but said the Republi cans should first stop exploiting foreign policy by making a major political issue out of the claim that the Eisenhower administration has achieved peace Same Unity Dulles appealed for the same bipartisan unity which in the past has given authority vitality and much success to our foreign poli Dulles refused to criticize any democrat for foreign policy at tacks He insisted he will not be drown into political wrangling dur ing the campaign But he left the door open to reply later to specific charges feels it necessary Lovilia Man Dies of Exposure to Cold ALBIA IrtVJohn T Machac 83 found unconscious in his unhealed home near Lovilia Sunday died Monday at a hospital here Coro ner F N Bay said death was due to exposure in extreme cold Ma chac lived alone and the heating stove in his home was cold when he was found The temperature out side was near zero rAII About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and con tinned cold but with diminishing winds Tuesday fair with slowly rising tempera tures Lows Tuesday night 812 Highs Wednesday 2430 fowa Fair south and west partly cloudy with few snow flurries northeast Continued cold bit with diminishing winds Tuesday and Tuesday night Wednesday fair slowly rising temperatures Low Tuesday night 812 high Wednesday 2028 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures wil average near normal in western Iowa and 36 degrees below nor mal in eastern Iowa during the next five days Normal maxi mum temperatures are 41 soiili to 35 north Normal lows are 1 north to 22 south There will bi a slow warming trend untjl Fri day night and Saturday when th vcalhcr will turn colder Prccipi tation will total around one lent of an inch in westernlowa and a quarter inch in eastern Iowa oc curring as snow Thursday nigh or Friday Minnesota Fair and cold Globe Gazett weather data ui to 8 Tues FAIR Maximum 15 Minimum 8 At 8 8 Prccip Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 30 Minimum 18 By BILL WEBB i Nick Lewchuck is returning home o Mason City The 62yearold Polish immigrant vho has served 40 years for a mur der committed in Mason City on to leave Fort at p m Tuesday and is expected to be in AP Wircplioto HOLIDAY TRIBUTE Grandma Moses 95 veteran master of painting in the amateur style takes a nostalgic look at Christmas at one of a collection of her paintings on display in New York Grandma made one of her rare city visits from her upstate farm to appear at the exhibit Guilty of Nothing Criminal or Illegal Stinson Vouches After Getting Continuance matters handled by me were handled as lega ransactions and just as they would be handled in any law Franklin County Attorney Keith J Stinson 33 Hampton told news men Tuesday in commenting on a conspiracy indictment against him The Hardin County grand jury has charged that Stinson conspired Shorty II Finishes Seventh in Open Class at Chicago CHICAGO 7 Manly Iowa winner of the 954 steer grand championship ost her chance to repeat the feat vhen her ailing calf Shorty II inishcd seventh in the class for AberdeenAngus senior calves Mon day Janices baby beef became ill vhilc enrouie to the show last veek and was unable to compete n the junior feeding contest Judges permitted the animal to compete in the open classes after in examination Monday showed it lad apparently recovered from a pneumonialike respiratory attack In other competition Monday owa State College took first in wo weight divisions among Shrop shire lamb exhibitors and then went on to win the championship of breed and the pen champion ship Wolvcrton Farm Gladbrook owa showed the champion pen of Yorkshire barrow hogs George B Dewey 57 to in ure the property rights of Mrs Ackley wid Man Found Dead in Sioux City Jail SIOUX CITY WA man lively identified as Joseph J Scar navacco 48 was found dead in his celi at the Woodbury County jail Tuesday morning Deputy Sheriff Gerald W Kam merer said the man apparently had fashioned a noose from strips of mattress cover to hang himself Kammerer said the coroner ruled the death a suicide Scarnavacco apparently came to Sioux City from Pickstown S D He was jailed last Friday for in toxication but was scheduled to appear before the County Sanity Commission Tuesday race Potter Miller ovv Dewey also is accused in three ndictments of embezzling as agent of Mrs Miller Dewey contends Mrs Miller turned money and property over to him volun tarily 1 am guilty of nothing illega or County Attorney Stinson said He is accused of as sisting Dewey in two mortgage transactions of each involv ing property belonging to Mrs Miller District Judge G R Hill Clarion granted Stinsons reques for a 30day delay in entering a plea to the conspiracy indictmcn against Stinson told the judge I am charged with a very very serious offense offense that is very technical in nature Because I was notified of this charge only las Friday I need time to hire acle quate County Attorney Lester Ose Eldora did not oppose the continu ance Stinson remains at libert under bond Judge Hill set Dec 6 as date fo hearing on a motion by Dewey tc set aside the indictments agains h i m SHOPPING DAYS LEFT FigMTB SH CHBISTMAS GRZETINGS KK Christmas Seelsj MASON CITYANS PARDON SIGNED Lewchuck Freed After 40 Years in Penitentiary April 15 1915 is Madison by train Nora Springs early Wednesday will change trains there for Mason City Notice of his intentions came by telegram to his attorney Leslie L Boomhower from Warden Percy A Lainson at the Iowa State Peni tentiary Fort Madison Lewchuck was released Tuesday from the To Appeal Decision in Hospital Dispute DBS MOINES Judge C Edwin Moores ruling that it s illegal for Iowa hospitals to employ physicians and charge patients or their services almost certainly will be appealed to the Iowa Supreme Court attorneys for the Iowa Hospital Assn say The ruling handed down Monday was based on evidence pre sented during the 13week trial brought by the 1HA and generally up lolds the contentions of an attorney generals opinion and of the Iowa State Medical Society Comment from bath sides was pending decisions as to ulure action The IHA announced a special meeting here Dec 9 at which time an action for an appeal to the Supreme Court will be considered A leader among the hospital ad ministrators Donald Cordes of o w a Methodist Hospital Des Moines commented No Comment The courts interpretation of the case is a deep disappointment to theassociation The interpretation seems to have serious implications for the public For example il would require patients receiving many bills for services now in cluded in one hospital Headquarters of the American Hospital Chicago declined any immediate comment The AHA liad watched the Iowa case closely In Boston where the American Medical Assn is holding its annual clinical meeting a spokesman said the association would refrain from comment because of the possibility the decision would be appealed Dr R F Birge secretary of the state medical society said Local Basis We are naturally gratified that our conviction and Gov Hoeghs opinion when attorney general have been upheld by the court We will have to study carefully all the problems included and see if we cant find ways to work them out in Judge Moore said his decision is effective at once and even il an appeal is taken by the hospita group no stay of execution or other injunctive action probably could be taken However he added that as a practical matter the ruling woulc likely have to be made effective in each community on a loca basis Two North lowans in National 4H Winners CHICAGO Fourteen young men and women each won S3GC scholarships Tuesday at the Nation al 4H Club Congress Among the winners in club meat animal program was Jaj Van Wert 10 Hampton Iowa Sharon Bnihl 18 Clarion was one of the state winners in the 4Fi Dress Revue Program who re ceived an allexpense trip to the congress Perfect Circle Plant Workers End Strike NEW CASTLE Ind UP CIO United Auto Workers at the Per feel Circle Corp foundry Tuesday voted by a narrow margin to end theybloody four month strike which brought National Guard troops and tanks to this city twice in seven weeks The vote was 8672 Emil Mazey UAW international secretary told newsmen after a meeting which was called to rati fy a twoyear agreement reached in Chicago Monday that theunion wovild do all we can to put the communily back together He referred to violence and blood shed which occurred since the strike started last July 25 Objectives of Schools First Topic at White House Talks WASHINGTON WNcarly delegates to the Con ference on Education settled down Tuesday to three days of talk about pressing school needs after a send off from President First of six issues facing Ihe delegates What should our schools accomplish came up for discussion at each of 180 tables this morning Still ahead was the explosive federal aid problem summed up both sides of the federal aid controversy in an address recorded at Gettys burg and put before the dele gates in a sound film Monday night If we depend Ion much on nut side help loo much on the fedora government we will lose indcpcnd cnce and the Presidcn said But if the federal governmcn doesnt step in with leadership anc with providing credit and money where necessary there will be a lack of schools in certain importan areas and this cannot be Eisenhower told the delegates h didnt expect them to find any easy solutions to the problems o education He added But I do know this When sen sible Americans men and worn en sit down together to a problem comes something scnsibl Dougherty Boy Impressed by Chicago Life Editors The some 300 North Iowa 4H boys and girls and leaders attending the Inter national Livestock Exposition in Chicago returned home Tuesday The following story a Dougherty youth was morning told by filed before their departure Mon day By DONALD ZWECK As Told to J V McCarthy GlobeGazetfe Farm Editor This is the first time I have eve jecn in Chicago or any big city fo hat matter and I sure wish we lad had more time to see the mar velous sights I never saw so many heaters and neon signs in my life Since we arrived last Friday our schedule has been full anc jacked with all sorts of things fel ows and girls of my age like Wev jeen to the livestock exposition of course the Chicago Tribune 3oard of Trade and other interest ng centers Donald was especially imprcssec with his visit to the Board of Tradi icre on Monday because he said I studied about it in school am I feel great about being allowed t watch it in East of Dougherty I am 17 years old arid the son o Vtr and Mrs Leonard Zweck wh farm acres about 2V miles eas of Dougherty I only had when I arrived in Chicago but I will still have abou lialf ofit left when I get back t good old Iowa 1 bought Dad a pipe a compact and scarf for Mom scarfs for my two sisters and oy clog for my 2 year old brother got that at the exposition Donald has been in 4H wor or about seven years and won th KGLONorth Iowa Fair trip to Ch cago for raising top Hereford bab 3eef and keeping first rate 4 record books He is a member o the Dougherty 4H Fighting Iris and is planning on raising at leaf two Hereford baby beef for 41 projects next Id like to mention that I wa glad of the chance to visit the Ch cago Tribune where we had on picture taken on the lower roof b Lhc GlobeGazette photographei It was quite a thrill but the win was mighty rough and cold Bti it was still a lot of fun 10 Above Id like lo say hello tn all of fh kids in and around Dougherty an to Mom and Dad for letting m take this wonderful trip I sur wish you were here with me Righ now in Chicago the temperature i about 10 above and its windy an nasty The streets are like There is one other thing I lik to think about as we prepare to de part for Iowa tonight Theres n school for me on Tuesday bi just the same Ill have plenty to d on the farm And thats the word from young 4H lad from Dougherty wh had a splendid recreational an educational tour of the big town Theyre all good and a cred lo Iheir families their various clubs and Hie slate of rison on a pardon signed by Gov eo Hoegh The telegram asked Boomhower 5 contact Sen Herman Knudson RClear Lake and tell him of his mpending arrival It asked that tnudson meet him at the station t Mason Knudson said Lewchuck will go an undetermined hospital or ursing home for further treat ment The former prison inmate spent cveral months in University Hos itals at Iowa City this fall where e was under treatment for pros atic disease of the legs He rcccnt v returned to the prison but is still 1 and has difficulty walking His pardon was signed by Gov loegh last Friday at the request f Sen Knudson and Boomhower lie two men have been active in ttempts to first secure Lewchuck parole and then a pardon during ic past seven years Lewchuck is an old man is hair whitened and his face eeply wrinkled His work changed a little from ime to lime over the years Late he has had charge of the hickens raising them from incu lators Once he worked in the rchards on the prison farm He ilanted a grape arbor and watched i had plenty of time Under his eye and care saplings ecame apple and peach and plum rees Farm Two Receive Walkout1 Warning More Study Advocated And so it was that he worked at everything on the farm including he livestock And he became a little older and grayer as two world wars passed by and then he Korean police action The au tomobile developed and the air olane came into its own and then he atomic bomb these things he viewed from the other side of a ence For 33 years it was the fence of Tarm Two where he lived with guard John Lampkin and his wife n the farmhouse He was just across the fence from freedom rle could have escaped easily but TS a trustee he was a model pris according to Warden Lain son Lewchuck pleaded guilty State Parole Board records show lo first degree murder in the fatal shoot ng of Alex Koslofsky of Mason City Lewchuck contended he was influenced by Mrs Koslofsky to shoot her husband the records show He was 21 years old at the PREMIER FAURE Faure Ready to Accept Vote Defeat Temporary Team May Take Over BULLETIN PARIS Edgar Faure Tuesday was defeated in an attempt to win a sixth straight vote of confidence in the Nation al Assembly PARIS Wi Premier Edgar Faures government Tuesday ap peared to be doomed after Com munist deputies announced they would vote against him later Tues day night on a vote of confidence On two previous confidence votes both on a question of early elections Faure had been kept in office only through the support of the big Communist bloc The vote later Tuesday night will be his cabinets fifth confidence test in six weeks recent days have said they would not support the government but did not clearly come out and say they would vote against Faure Had they abstained it appeared Faure would have a slight chance o remain in office With an ad verse Communist vote there seemed to be no hope that he could survive DES MOINES after receiving a warning of a possible walkout of some Independence State Mental Health Institute em ployes the Iowa Legislative In terim Committee Tuesday issued a statement in which it did not take a position on the Dr Donald Kyer controversy The telegram was sent to the committee by Don Maloney laun dry manager at the Institute He is chairman of a committee which seeks to have the State Board of Control retail Dr Kyer as superin tendent of the Institute The board has said that Dr Kyer is out Dec 4 Maloneys telegram said the sit uation would be out of control unless the interim group visits the institution No Visit Planned The unanimous committee state ment however made no mention of any planned visit to Independ ence It said in part It is regrettable that the Mental Health Institute at Independence is losing an admittedly competent psychiatrist However the hearing brought out that recommendations ime Sentence Commuted He was one of several life term prisoners whose sentences were commuted by Leo Elthon last Jan uary while Elthon was serving tem porarily as governor This made Lewchuck eligible for parole A parole board spokesman said Lewchuck had not been paroled for the primary reason that he then would have been subject to deporta tion under the McCarron Act Un der pardon lie will be able to re main in this country Lewchuck came to this country from Russian Poland and never was naturalized He had been in this country only three years when the slaying oc curred Sen Knudson said Lewchuck had been described by the State Board of Control officials as the perfect Temporary Team The resulting Cabinet crisis was expected to last weeks with the next Cabinet to be only a temporary team to arrange for election of the new Assembly in the spring A spring vote coiild be billed as a compromise between the December date Faure sought and the balloting which otherwise would come in June Officially the vote was sched uled on the question of the Assem blys work schedule for this week The Houses Agenda Committee recommended that it debate a mo tion by Francois Mitterrand major supporter of former Pierre Men dcsFrancc that Faures govern ment is no longer capable of lead ing the country New Law Faure called for cancellation of this debate so that discussion of the proposed new electoral law can go ahead without interruption MendesFrance like Faure a mem ber of the Radical Socialist Party and his supporters want to delay the elections o give them time to marshal the voters behind the for mer Premier Faure already has lost on his original request for elections in December His last proposal was for a date in late January but that also seemed doomed Ike Calls Another Meeting of Council GETTYSBURG Pa Wi Presi dent Eisenhower Tuesday called the National Security Council to a meeting on Thursday at Camp David near Thurmont Md The White House said no particular emergency lay behind the decision This will be the second meeting of the defense strategy planning group to be held at the Presidents Maryland mountain retreat in two weeks Both the NSC and the cab inet are scheduled to meet there next week WIN SCHOLARSHIPS CHICAGO itfi Jeanine Buchlcr 18 Odebolt and Lyman Walker 17 Kcllcrton Iowa delegates lo the National 4H Club Congress were winners of S3UO scholarships an nounced Monday for improvement of the law apply ing to the Board of Control should be made to the next Legislature It would appear that a study as to separation of business man agement and medical supervision would be in the public interest and in the interest of the patients Ths committee will make its report and recommendations on such suggested changes to the The committee statement said the report was its final one on the Kyer dispute The statement however made no reference to the Maloney telegram or of any plans for visiting the institution At a hearing Monday the com mittee heard Dr Kyer along with Henry Burma and George Callen iiis of the Board of Control The board contends Dr Kyer resigned Dr Kyer denied il Walkout Imminent The Maloney telegram said A walkout of many department heads and employes of all hospital departments is imminent if Dr Kyer is forced to leave his position by the State Board of Control svithout further investigation Employes are seething by the failure of the Interim committee lo hear employes and other pres snt in DCS Moines for the Mon day They are threatening trouble from every angle I sincerely be lieve the committee should visit Independence or the situation will be out of control Immediate action is necessary The interim committee report said no further witnesses would be heard in the matter The Interim Committee hearing was an outgrowth of complaints about discharges of Independence Institute employes by Dr Kyer who was accused of maintaining an iron Gas War Ended as Prices Zoom Past 29 Cents Most Mason City motorists wont like the following news The 335 war is over But instead of going back to the normal prices gasoline jumped a half cent to cents for regular Before the gas war started abou three weeks ago the price of regular was During the war the price fell to cents for regular The price of ethyl gasoline al so increased Many motorists are kicking themselves for hot getting the tank on the family buggy filled before the prices went up But they could drive to Des Moines Some oilmen think the capital city will be hit next by lower gasolint prices Sioux City Girl Dies of Burns SFOUX CITY UP Teresa RcLser 5 died at a hospital here Tuesday of second degree burns she received whan her clothing caught fire as she tried to heat some cocoa Her mother Mrs Robert J Reiser was reported in fair con dition with shock and burns on thn hands she received when she rolled Teresa in the snow to put out the flames SAME Itlack riar mcjni In 21 Knurs   

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