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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 11, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T PER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION and United Press Full Lease Wire Seven Cents Copy Nasser Dag in Confab Tension Is Lessening Egypt UPt Dag Ham marksjold talked with Premier Gamel Abdel Nasser of Egypt for 75 minutes Wednesday in his first major move to restore peace be tween Israel and its Arab neigh bors As the U N secretary general began his talks with the strong man of the Arab nations a Jerus alem dispatch reported an easing of tensions in the Palestine area The dispatch reported only three minor attacks Tuesday night by roving Arab suicide squads which had struck MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 11 1956 This Paper oi TWO SectionsSecHon in a series of raids and sabotage mis sions on the three previous nights Hammarskjold declined to com ment as he emerged from his meeting with Nasser With Burns As a preliminary Hammar skjold talked with Egyptian For eign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi Tuesday night shortly after his arrival in the Egyptian capital The U N secretary general was accompanied by Maj Gen E L M Burns Canadian chief of the U N Truce Commission They plan to fly on later this or early next to Tel Aviv and the capitals of Jordan Syria AP Wirephoto for more confer last week for a and Lebanon ences Burns plea ceasefire along the flaming Isra eli borders had failed to halt the outbreaks Israel charged that Arab sui cide squads trained in sabotage by Egyptian army officers had struck deep within southern Israel for four straight nights The Israelis said the A HELPING Grace Kelly aboard the Constitution in the Mediterranean by winding yarn for her mother who is an excellent knitter Miss Kellys parents will disembark with her Thursday when the ship reaches actresss new home Grace Kelly Calm the Day Before Reunion With Prince Rainier ABOARD THE SS CONSTITUTION Enroute to Monaco Grace Kelly was in her last full day at sea Wednesday before her reunion Thursday with Prince Rainier III Members of the wedding party were appearing a bit nervous but the serenity that carried Grace to stardom in Hollywood was very much in evidence She was as calm as the blue Mediterranean Final plans for debarkation of the Kelly wedding party still de pended on the weather but it was generally believed the Constitution roving commandos called Fedayeen had killed 6 and raelis Israels patrols pressing a mopup of the roving bands re ported they had killed 13 and cap tured 6 Feydayeen Raid by Patrol Egypt in turn charged that an Israeli plane had flown over the Egyptianheld Gaza Strip and an Israeli army patrol had raided deep inside Gaza The latest chain of violence be gan last Wednesday when four Israeli soldiers were killed in a patrol clash on the Gaza Strip border The next day a 14hour artillery and mortar duel across the Gaza frontier killed 64 Arabs and wounded 102 Most were Pal estine refugees Each nation blamed the other as Hammarskjold opened his talks with Nasser Israel was pessimistic about would arrive in Cannes at a m Thursday and Monaco an hour and a half later Rainier is to sail out aboard his yacht the Deo Juvante II to pick up his bridetobe and take her ashore Hammarskjolds peace efforts Foreign Minister Moshe Sharett told a political meeting inTel Aviv that his government is will ing to give Hammarskjold all pos sible assistance but expressed doubt the effort would succeed The Political Committee of the ninenation Arab League meeting in Cairo urged all Arab states to cooperate with the U N peace maker will move out of the royal palace until after the wed ding April 18 Grace got her first new look at Europe late Tuesday when the Constitution pulled into Algeciras Spain across the bay from the Rock of Gibraltar She was in her room taking a bath when a tender pulled along side the liner with newsmen but was able to scramble into a bare topped evening dress to pose for photographers once language bar riers were overcome Fifteen male reporters and pho tographers clambered aboard th Constitution and rushed onto th main deck asking to see Mis Kelly Most of the men spoke onl Spanish and confusion reigned un til television star Jinx Falkenburg began interpreting Grace appeared in a floor length red and white printed satin evening dress with a panel of ret satin at the back to form a shor train Only shoestringwidth straps covered her shoulders Very interesting Very charm murmured Jose Soriano the Mayor of Algeciras who also had come aboard the liner ESTATE REVEALED NEW YORK Fred Allen left half of his estimated million estate to his widow it was ottieHnlght when hifby half was set up as a trust fund for three nieces DeWitt Youth Killed When Car Hits Bike DeWITT Yegge 11 DeWitt was killed Tuesday a car as he rode his bicycle on U S 61 in side the city limits Dorothy Houghton Red Oak to Head Ike Backers Group NEW YORK Hough ton Red Oak Iowa Wednesday wag appointed cochairman in charge of the womens division o DOROTHY HOUGHTON the National Citizens for Eisen hower Mrs Houghton formerly admin istered the Foreign Operations Administrations escapee and ref ugee programs She resigned the post last fall but serves as a con sultant to the State Department on refugee and migration affairs Mrs Houghtons appointment as cochairman of the Citizens for Eisenhower committee was an nounced by national chairman John Reed Kilpatrick Mrs Houghton has long been active in state and national poli tics Her husband is Hiram Cole Houghton chairman of the board of Houghton State Bank Red Oak They have four children As president of the General federation of Womens Clubs the owa woman headed an organiza tion with more than 11 million members Before that for a dozen years she was a member of the owa State Board of Education now called Board of Regents i Inquiry Into Marine Deaths to Continue P ARRIS ISLAND S C bodies of six young Marine re cruits who drowned on a forced march Sunday night will be placed in a funeral home with a guard of honor late Wednesday The flagdraped caskets will lie state at funeral parlors at near y Beaufort until they are shipped home for burial perhaps Thurs day Meanwhile a court of inquiry ordered by Gen Randolph Pate Marine Corps commandant con tinued its closed door investiga tion of the tragedy The board will recommend whether action should be brought against M Sgt Matthew C McKeon Worcester the drill sergeant who or dered the platoon of 78 recruits to make the illfated march Five of the bodies were re covered Monday The sixth was retrieved from a hole in the stream Tuesday fay Marine skin Gen Pate said in a statement Negro Singer Attacked Six White Men Charged BIRMINGHAM Ala UPJN a t King Cole Negro singer and pianist was attacked on stage Tuesday night by a group of white men who climbed across the floodlights at Birminghams Municipal Auditorium An audience of nearly gasped as th e 37yearold Cole was knocked to the f 1 o o r to gether with a microphone into which he was singing in his in timate breathy voice that has sold over a million records Police who had been alerted to watch for any indication of trouble swarmed from the wings to grab three men on stage Three others were taken into custody later Four of the six have been charged with inciting a riot Riot Charge Charged with inciting a riot are Willie Richard Vinson 23 E L Vinson 25 and Kenneth Adams 35 all of Anniston and Jesse W Mabry 43 Birming ham Held for further questioning were Orliss Clevenger 18 and Mike Fox 37 both of Anniston Wednesday Cole canceled sched uled appearances in three other Southern S Ike Leading Adlai in III nois Primary Fisk Guilty on Charge of Larceny Jury Out for Hours ROBERT SAR he believed regular Marine Corps procedure would be ample to cover the investigation without a congressional inquiry He termed Charlotte and Raleigh N C In stead he boarded a plane for Chicago for a The attack came in the first of two concerts scheduled under Birminghams rigid segregation laws The first performance was for white patrons only The sec ond was given before a Negro audience The North Alabama White Citi zens Council one of several such groups has been trying to stop the playing of rock and roll music in juke boxes Asa Carter executive secretary of the group who has made numerous speeches attacking rock and roll as de grading turned up at police head quarters with several other men to get the details of Tuesday nights attack on Cole Police re fused to talk to him Came as Surprise The attack on a native of Montgomery caught the singer by surprise This thing happened so fast The spot was in my eyes I didnt see he told newsmen later This fellow lunged up be low the stage and hit the micro phone and it hit me under the chin I fell over the piano stool on my After the attack the audience kept calling for Cole to come back He did and the ovation he Hickenlooper to Miss GOP Rally Here With a crucial vote approach ing on the controversial farm the latest report from Sen Bourke County AttorneV R TT T n f r B Hickenloopers headquarters Wednesday was that he would not be able to fly to Mason City for a scheduled appearance Wednesday evening at the Republican rally in the Holy Family Church audi torium Leo Sweesy chairman of the Cerro Gordo County Republican Central Committee who will pre side at the meeting announced4ie had received a message from Sen Hickenlooper to be read at the rally Sar to Speak A District Court jury deliber ated about IVfe hours Wednesday morning to find Robert A Fisk 42 Iowa Falls guilty of larceny The jury also found that Fisk had been convicted of two previ ous charges of breaking and enter ing one in Linn County the other in Franklin County Fisk was found guilty of steal ing clothes and a watch from the farm home of Joe Horstman near Sheffield Jan 21 The two previous convictions left the door open for a longer sentence for Fisk because of a habitual criminal charge He can be sentenced up to 40 years the penitentiary on the count said the accident said We have absolutely nothing to Trumans to Sail for Vacation in Europe KANSAS CITY President Truman said Tuesday he and Mrs Truman would sail or a European vacation May 11 with visits planned in Italy France Germany Belgium The Netherlands and England All About The Weather Mason City Increasing cloudi ness Wednesday night and Thursday Cooler Thursday Low Wednesday night 30 High Thursday 50 owa Partly cloudy Wednesday and Thursday with chance of rain and cooler extreme south west Thursday Low Wednes day night 30s Minnesota Fair and cooler GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 57 Minimum Tuesday night 25 At 8 Wednesday 44 fEAR AGO Maximum 77 Minimum 44 got lasted nearly 10 minutes In a wavering voice he told the audience I just came here to entertain you That was what I thought you wanted I was born hi Alabama Those folks hurt my back I can not continue because I have to go to a A physician examined him at the auditorium and said he was not hurt physically Cole later gave a second performance for the Negro patrons It had been hoped by the com mittee that Sen Hickenlooper would be able to speak on the provisions of the farm bill Tak ing the senators place on the program will be Robert Sar Charles City 3rd district chair man of the Republican Farm Council Also appearing here will be Gov Leo A Hoegh and most of the Republican candidates for state office who are on a cara van The group was expected to arrive late Wednesday afternoon from Fort Dodge GOP Women The caravan is sponsored by the Iowa Council of Republican Women The meeting here is sponsored by the womens coun 70 Shots Exchanged at Korean Outpost SEOUL S authorities charged Wednesday the Commu nists wantonly launched an at ack across the truce line against a South Korean outpost on the Iron Triangle front Tuesday An announcement distributed by South Koreas public information office said 70 shots were ex changed in the predawn battle ix miles north of Chorwon No one was hit cil in cooperation with the Cerro Gordo County Central Committee The meeting will open with a buffet dinner for which tickets are each Those wishing to at tend the program only will be ad mitted without charge after the dinner The program is expected to get under way at p m St Ansgar Cafe Gutted ST ANSGARRuths Cafe at St Ansgar was damaged to the extent of when the interior was burned out Wednesday Fire men battled the blaze for near ly an hour before it was brought under control They kept the fire from spreading to adjacent build ings Fire Chief Waldo Wold said that it was started by grease flaring up on the stove Ruth Schelegel proprietor and her cook Louise Rosenberg were alone in the building when the fire broke out Theje is some insurance but not enough to cover the loss ac cording to Mrs Schelegel Local Problems Not for State Pendleton LE MARS Rep Wendell Pendleton RStorm Lake said Tuesday night the state government should not try to solve local problems by legis lation Pendleton candidate for the Republican nomination for lieu tenant governor spoke here at a Republican rally The state gov ernment should as far as pos sible provide local governing units with the tools by which they can work out their own problems not hamstring them with controls and he said 1st Habitual Veteran observers said it was the first conviction on a habitual criminal charge in Cerro Gordo County Law enforcement author ities praised Pappas and his as sistant Howard Dresser for ob taining the conviction of Fisk Testimony showed that Fisk of fered to plead guilty to the lar ceny charge if Pappas would drop the habitual criminal charge Fisk has a fourpage police record dating back to 1931 He ad mitted in his testimony that he was guilty of felonies other than the two breaking and entering charges No Sentencing No time was set for sentencing by District Judge Tom Boynton because Fisks attorney Gilbert K Bovard was unexpectedly called out of town Fisk and his mother Mrs E A Fisk 64 showed no emotion as the verdict was read by Clerk of Court S H MacPeak Fisk said he wanted to get the sentenc ing out of the way as soon as possible In testimony Tuesday afternoon Fisk claimed he was in Arizona Tennessee and Kentucky between Jan 17 and Jan 24 He claimed he bought the clothes found in his possession and identified by Horstman from a friend he met in the State Penitentiary in Fort Madison a Cotton Rolland DR G W CADY Dr G Cady Dies Service Is Incomplete Dr Gerald Willis Cady 58 practicing veterinarian for 34 years in Mason City died Wednes day morning at a Mason City hos pital He operated the Pet Hospi al at 1524 N Federal Dr Cady was born April 26 897 at Blue River son of George Willis and Mary Cady He moved to Algona and later came o Mason City He attended the Mason City schools and was grad uated from Iowa State College Ames in veterinary medicine For a year he practiced at Clear before beginning his practice n Mason City He was married s t S precinctsgave Eis Kefouver Left Far Behind Contest of Popularity CHICAGO Eisen hower had a slight edge over Ad lai E Stevenson in returns from the Illinois presidential prefer ence primary Wednesday As the tabulation of votes cast Tuesday approached an end the President had the benefit of a faster count of GOP ballots and a to 1 advantage downstats where most of the unreported precincts are located Republican contenders for pres idential preference carried down state by a 3 to 1 margin in the 1952 Illinois primary That area and those ratios were studied this time for signs of farmer reaction to the Eisenhower administra tions farm policies Sen Far Behind Estes Kefauver whose name was not on the ballot and who did not campaign in Illinois ran far behind Eisenhower had the nominal op position of Sen William F Know land of California who is back ing the President and Lar Daly a Chicagoan Returns from of the Admitted Convictions Fisk admitted in his testimony that he was convicted of the previ ous breaking and entering charges The state represented by Pap pas and Dresser called a sur prise witness in rebuttal of Fisks testimony that he was not in Iowa when the crime was com mitted Darlene Ubben 17 daughter of Mr and Mrs Emil Ubben who farms near Rockwell identified Fisk as the men who entered the Ubben farm home Jan 21 She said she was alone at the time and that Fisk left the house when he saw her on the stairs o Julia Bryant at Cedar Falls in 922 Surviving are his wife two sons Dr Gerald Cady China Lake and Patrick Cady a stu ent at the University of Iowa a aughter Jean Cady instructor in he University of Louisiana Baton ouge and three grandchil ren Glenn Gary and Jimmie ady and a brother Edwin F ady Houston Tex Dr Cady was a veteran of and World War I and was a member of the American Legion and the First Methodist Church Funeral complete arrangements Friends may are m call at the Major Memorial Chapel from 2 p m Thursday until time of services 2 Perish in Crash of Train and Truck FORT GREEN Fla UP Two persons died Wednesday in the flaming crackup of a passenger train and a gasoline transport truck that collided with explosive force at a crossing in this small west Florida town 715954 Knovvland Downstate with 518 of the precincts unreported Eisenhow er had Returns from precincts in the state gave Stevenson Kefauver had writeins and precincts With 753 precints missing down state Stevenson had 50 Delegates The practical phase is in the election of delegates to the major party nominating convention Each major party elected 50 dele gates with one vote each in primary Others will be chosen later at state SAME Black flat meant traffic dcmlb In past S4 bouri Clinton Youth Fatally Shot by Policeman BETTENDORF shot and fatally wounded a man who sought to elude officers after being found in a parked car outside the Williamson Ford Building here early Wednesday Police identified him as Frank Bruggenwirth about 24 Clinton He was shot in the lower spinal region by Policeman RUSS Ellis who chased him down an Ellis and officer Wally Swanson said they found a window open in the auto dealers building and when they went to investigate they noticed a car parked nearby with a Clinton County license The car drove off the officer said and they followed and curbed it A man jumped out and ran down an alley The two officers pursued the man on foot Swanson fired sev eral shots in the air before he stumbled and fed Ellis who was running behind continued the chase and fired one shot low intending to hit the man in the leg The man went down with a bullet wound in the lower spinal region officers said He died later at a Davenport hos pital Police later checked the Wil liamson Ford Building and found no entrance had been made They said the man apparently had beenjhim in the November general publicans with 10 additional votes and Democrats with 14 more votes But the preference results are not binding on the delegates Eisenhower was expected to have virtually all the 50 GOP delegates chosen to go to the Re publican nominating convention and delegates with 10 votes to be picked later in a state convention The Democrats also chose dele gates with 50 convention votes Twentythree of the delegate can didates were for Stevenson and three had declared for Kefauver with the other open minded or uncommitted The votes still were being counted in the Democratic delegate races Delegates with 14 votes will be selected later at a state convention Far Short No delegates are bound by the preference outcome The Kefauver writein vote fell far short of expectations His sup porters had expressed hope of re ceiving 10 per cent of the Demo cratic vote With returns coming in he had received slight ly less than 4 per cent This was Stevensons best pri mary showing He stressed the importance of his endorsement by homefolks especially after his setback at the hands of Kefauver in Minnesota last month Stevnson campaigning at Day tona Beach for votes in Floridas May primary said he is delight ed that his fellow Illinois Demo crats beat down an organized writein campaign by Sen Ke fauvers This primary meant a great deal to he said I am enor mously grateful to my friends in Illinois Republicans renomi nated Gov William G Stratton for a second term while Demo crats chose Herbert C Paschen Cook County treasurer to oppose surprised election   

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