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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 21, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the United Press Full Lease The Only in Mason City Is Friendliness ITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS N E I G H O ft S HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 21 1956 Paper ol Two BKf Break Through Cool Reception REGARDING TRUCE On Right Road Hammarskjold By TOM MASTERSON BEIRUT Lebanon WVBack in his Beirut headquarters Dag Hammarskjold headed into conferences with Lebanese leaders Satur day prior to embarking on new moves next week in his Middle East mission for peace The UN secretary general expressed confidence that we are dayS talks with Isr During that time he announced an IsraeliEgyptian ceasefire agreement The pledges by the two nations to refrain from acts along their volatile area represented Hammarskjolds biggest accomplishment in the first two weeks of his mission Hammarskjold conferred with Egyptian leaders in Cairo before going to Jerusalem He is scheduled to visit Jordan and Syria next week to seek sim ilar pledges between those nations and Israel New Incidents The JordanIsraeli border has been marked by outbreaks this week An Israeli spokesman said Jordanians slipped inside Israel Thursday night and fired at a military car in the Judean hills He said the Israelis fired back A shooting incident to the south killed one Israeli soldier and two Jordanian guardsmen the day be fore reports by the two sides said Meanwhile Egypt charged that Israel had violated the ceasefire by firing on the Egyptianheld Gazo strip and sending a plane over the area Friday for the third straight day An Israeli spokesman denied the charge U N officials in Cairo described the cases as Minor incidents of little import Arab Leaders While Hammarskjold was blocking out his next moves in the peace campaign chiefs of three Arab states conferred in the Sau di Arabian walled city of Jidda 40 miles northwest of Mecca Reports from Jidda said King Saud of Saudi Arabia and Iman Ahmed of Yemen met to sign a recently negotiated pact Premier Gamel Abdel Nasser of Egypt leader of the Arabbloc left Cairo to join the two rulers Hammarskjolds peace talks with the Lebanese were expected to progress smoothly Premier Abdullah Al Yafi and Foreign Minister Salim Lahoud already have told Hammarskjold they are ready to accept all proposals to reduce Margaret New Hubby to Go to Nassau To Leave Following Wedding at 5 P M IN D E P E N D E N C E Mo UFt S Trumans daughter Margaret as happy a young wom an as ever lost her heart to man gets married Saturday The blondehaired girl who grew Lo young womanhood in the White House and Clifton Daniel the iiandsome foreign correspondent who wooed and won her in a whirlwind romance exchange vows in little Trinity Episcopal Church at 5 p m After a brief reception in the big whiteframed Truman home at 219 N Delaware they will 3y off to Nassau the Bahamas for a honeymoon of two wefcks Approves of Daniel And her father the former Pres ident can relax from the ordeal that every father of a bride can understand I am happy because Margaret is he said The more I see of Margarets young man the better I like Daniel 43 assistant to the for ign editor of the New York Times and the 32yearold radio TV actresssinger pursued their arminarm course about In dependence while Trumans neigh sors looked on approvingly but with a minimum of hubbub Wedding day dawned with pre President Benson Confer on Farm Price Supports WASHINGTON Eisenhower and Secretary of Ag riculture Ezra T Benson con ferred Saturday on boosts in farm price supports which Eisen hower ordered when he vetoed the farm bill The White House conference lasted for almost an hour Benson told newsmen after wards that he plans to announce before long the support price that will be available this year to corn farmers who overplant their acreage allotments This guarantee ordered by the Presi dent is unprecedented in the farm program Benson said his conference with the President touched only in a general way on the admini strationsponsored soil bank 23 Dismissed in Theft of Exams CHAMPAIGN 111 Uni versity of Illinois announced Fri day it has dismissed 23 students in connection with the theft of a set of examination questions Tom Morgan assistant security officer of the university indicated the investigation is continuing and more may be dismissed Morgan said one student broke into a professors office several days ago and stole a copy of a forthcoming examination in ac counting Morgan said the student stole the exam copy hired two students who had it mimeo graphed and sold copies The price usually was per copy The students collected a total of Morgan said marital events moving like clock work on the quiet and simple pat tern upon which mother father and daughter agreed It was at Trinity Episcopal tourch that Truman a lifelong Baptist was married to Bess Wal ace 37 years ago Prayer Book Margaret when she goes down the aisle with her father will carry a prayer book given her by grandmother Wallace when she was confirmed in 1940 She will wear something something new something bor rowed and something blue as be fits the occasion but she asked permission to keep secret just what those articles are Margaret will have two attend ants Mrs W Coleman Branton Kansas City and Mrs John Hor ton Los Angeles daughter of John Snyder Trumans former secretary of the Treasury Only members of the families a few close friends and a few members of the press were in vited to the ceremony to be per formed by the rector the Rev Patric Hutton Estes Kefauver and Judith UP student at UCLA sip a soft drink together at the cafeteria Saturday The Zv toured the campus and delivered an informal out door talk to several thousand students Ad I Urges Cancellation of H Jest Push Disarmament WASHINGTON UP Adlai E Stevenson Saturday proposed that the United States take the initia tive in disarmament by caDing off the Pacific hydrogen bomb test scheduled next month He asserted that the Eisenhow er administration has lost the moral initiative in foreign policy and the marginal superiority ov er Russia in armaments The 1952 Democratic presiden tial nominee campaigning again to become his partys standard bearer said in a speech prepared for the American Newspaper Editors Mothers Day Contest is Planned in Trading Area A Mother of 1956 Contest will be sponsored by the Mason City Chamber of Commerce Re tail Division Awards will go to the youngest mother oldest mother youngest grandmother youngest great grandmother and first Mothers Day mother in 1956 The contest will open Monday and close Saturday May 5 Awards of in cash and a Mothers Day potted plant will be given to each winner Any mother is eligible to enter providing her established resi jdence is in one of the following Iowa counties Kossuth Winne bago Hancock Wright Worth Cerro Gordo Franklin Mitchell Floyd or Butler Entries may be made by sub About The Weather MASON CITY Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday night and Sun day Low Saturday night 30 34 High Sunday lower 50s Iowa Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday night and Sunday Considerably cooler Sunday Low Saturday night 30s MINNESOTA Cloudy and cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Friday Minimum Friday Night At 8 Saturday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 66 35 53 71 38 mitting a photograph or snap shot of the contestant with com plete details attached to either the United Home Bank or the First National Bank in Mason City Entries must be brought to the bank and not mailed Photos will be displayed in the bank to which they are submitted All photos must be picked up at the close of the contest State Science Group Honors Dr Wylie GRINNELL Robert B Wylie 86 famed Iowa botanist was elected Saturday as an Hon orary Fellow of the Iowa Aca demy of Science A HAPPY COUPLEMargaret Truman and R Clifton Daniel smile and appear very much at ease Friday dur ing a press conference at the Truman home in Independ ence Mo DanieJ is a New York newspaperman Society of that under President Eisenhower policy is rigid unimaginative and fails to take advantage of new oppor tunities He said it is fantastic that we have so mismanaged our selves of late that we must now try to prove we iove peace as much as the Russian and are concerned with the problems of economic development and na tional independence as they are To counter what he said is a growing feeling in the world that the United States is not interested in peace Stevenson urged that serious consideration be given to stopping further tests of the hydrogen bomb In making the proposal which was similar to a suggestion fay Atomic Energy Commissioner Thomas E Murray Stevenson said he was not going to be inti midated in his views by the fact that the Russians have protested against the scheduled tests Stevenson said he thinks a great part of the animosity against the United States in Asia can be traced to American action in dropping the Atomic bomb on Ja pan during World War II The world is on edge and wants to blame somebody for not being able to sleep at he said adding And since Americans dropped the first bomb on Asians and then the Japanese fishermen were burned America has been unfair ly suspected of caring precious little about Asians and Stevenson said that as a lay man I question the sense in multiplying and enlarging weap ons of a destructive power al ready almost Of he said I would call upon other nations to follow our lead and if they dont and persist in further tests we will know about it and we can recon sider our To supplement this step Steven son proposed also that future for eign economic aid be channeled through the United Nations The newspaper editors also will hear a major speech by President Eisenhower Saturday night Ad ministration sources said it would provide a review and a look ahead at American foreign policy QUEEN IS 26 WINDSOR England Queen Elizabeth II celebrated her 30th birthday Saturday DIES AT Charles Mac Arthur 60 playwright and movie writer and husband of Actress Helen Hayes died Sat urday in a New York hospital He had been suffering from nephritis a kidney ailment and severe anemia He was best known for his play The Front Page which he wrote in collaboration with Ben Hecht He and Hecht teamed to write the Oscar winning movie The Stinson to Seek ReTrial Guilty on Two Counts CEDAR RAPIDS for Franklin County Attorney Keith Stinson 31 Hampton planned Saturday to seek a new trial for Stinson after his convic tion in U S District Court on two counts of a conspiracy in dictment Stinson was convicted by a jury Friday night of conspiring with George B Dewey in the transpor tation in interstate commerce of securities obtained by fraud Dewey 57 itinerant lecturer is serving a fiveyear term in Iowa Penitentiary for defrauding Mrs Grace Miller 78 Ackley widow of Stinson had previously been ac quitted at Eldora on a state charge that he conspired with Dewey to fleece the widow of her money Additional Time Stinsons attorneys normally would have 10 days to ask for a new trial in federal court How ever Judge Henry N Graven said after the verdict he would be disposed to grant additional time due to the illness of Carl Smedal of Ames chief defense attorney Smedal was taken to St Lukes Bospital here late Friday with a heart ailment but was report ed in good con dition The trial was recessed when he first became ill Thursday He later returned to the court room and was stricken again Friday morning STINSON The two federal counts against Stinson involved a check for 000 he mailed out of the state to Desvey Two Mortgages Testimony showed that after Mrs Miller had taken ovit the second of two mortgages on her farm property Stinson cashed a check at Mason City for warding of it to the widow and to Dewey Stinson maintained throughout his state and federal trials that his work in handling legal papers for the loans was entirely legiti mate business between him and Dewey that he had no knowledge maximuni of 7 cents per ton i fi of any scheme to defraud and everything he had done count Six Children Die as Flames Sweep Skid Row Home General 6 Freight Rate Boost OKd State Follow Federal Action DES MOINES W The Iowa Commerce Commission Saturday authorized a general 6 per cent increase in freight rates on rail road shipments within the state but with certain exceptions The rate boosts correspond with increases granted March 7 1956 by the Interstate Commerce Com mission on interstate shipments The new rates are to become ef fective 10 days after the railroads file their new rate schedules with the commission No increase The commission said the same increases were authorized on in trastate freight as the ICC author ized in shipments between Iowa points and other states except that no increase was authorized on brick tile and other clay prod ucts agricultural limestone sand and gravel stone and limestone Impress Britons by Stand Atomic Plant Is Visited By WILLIAM L RYAN LONDON Communist Party boss Nikita Khrushchev and Soviet Premier Bulganin appeared Saturday to be breaking through Britains cold reception to their visit with a forceful letsbe friends offensive Khrushchev who has been mak ing all the more important Soviet pronouncements so far on the tour has obviously impressed Britons with arguments that an arms race in a superscientific age must lead to disaster He took this theme in a speech that had the tone of a sermon Friday night at a Royal Naval College dinner honoring the visi tors Full Schedule The two Soviet leaders and their party left Saturday morning for another day full of rush and bus tle Their schedule was so tight it seemed to preclude any of the babykissing tactics employed by Georgi Maienkov a few weeks ago in captivating British crowds British government officials seemed intent on preventing a repetition of that They headed first for the atom ic energy research establishment at Harwell with lunch at Oxford sightseeing in the country and more talks Chequers official country of Prime Minister Eden where they will spend the night Sunday they have an audi ence with Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor Castle A small crowd of 300 polite but undemonstrative saw the Rus sians leave their hotel headquar ters in a 14car convoy There was a smattering of handclapping when the Russian leaders emerged from the hotel Bulganin and Khrushchev appar ently feeling better about their reception than they did at the same time Friday smiled and Increases of 6 per cent but sub vi euijr acueiue LO utiirauu ann uui ouu ii that Mrs Miller had to certain maximum raises weapons F were tfid Qn thgse this he slipped easily into the were granted on these items Fresh fruits and vegetables Defense Attorney Smedal told Fresj the jury before it received the canned or preserved Eood case late Friday that if Stinson ucts excePt frozen foods and him had been a conspirator he would bei subJect to maximum boost of not have settled for the le6 cenls pcr gal fee he received The prosecution claimed that ment Some Success The lone of much of the British press indicates that Khrushchev rip rap stone and gypsum rock T ttia Khrushchev Boosts on grain gram products nas SUCC6SS and byproducts livestock fresh here The Soviet meats and packinghouse products Cader simplest of vere to 5 per cent and hgnite coal to 3 per cent with of modern ing it seemed senseless for each side to attempt to outstrip the other in awesome weapons From existence theme the theme which has dominated Soviet for eign policy since well before Stal Seven Cents Building woodwork and imll Stinson had put up a legitimate work maximum 7 cents per 100 front for Dewey Court officials said conviction pounds Sugar including beet cane rail revenues wiftwu on the federal charge carries a corn invert liquid sorghum or maximum penalty of fine wheat sugar grain syrup and glu or W years in prison on each cose maximum 5 cents per 100 pounds unprocessed phosphate rock and salt maximum 30 cents per ton potashes and manure salts maximum 50 cents per ton and coal or coke except lignite 15 cents per ton The commission said the rate increases in Iowa excluded cer ain items because of showings in hearings that the increases ac WASHINGTON young tualy would cause diversion of children were burned fatally and freight to trucks and result in de hree others critically injured Fricreased rather than increased day when a fire swept through a skid row house while the children vere alone Police said the childrens moth ers Dorothy Parker and Mary P Jaunders were at a neighbors tome cooking dinner They said he gas in the house was shut off because of nonpayment of bills The sixth victim was 2yearold John Parker who died in a hos pital Saturday Firemen said they did not re alize there was anyone in the ibme until after the fire was ex tinguished Police in a passing patrol car turned in the alarm The rapped in a second floor bed room Flames swept the house when an oil stove apparently ex ploded police said Expectant Mothers Get 10Day Terms CULVER CITY Calif expectant mothers have been giv en 10 day jail sentences after their conviction of a series of petty thefts June Dolores King 20 and Vivian Joy Eggert 21 were ar rested on a Culver City street corner Officers said they had a shopping bag containing an as sortment of womans clothing taken from two department stores We are going to the hos pital next month to have our babies and we wanted to look officers quoted them British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd also will be on hand for the conferences at Chequers The Soviet chiefs have agreed to join the British in a search for a Middle East peace plan and were expected to get down to solid dis cussions of BritishSoviet differ ences with Eden and Lloyd The tight security screen which has enveloped the Soviet leaders since their arrival Wednesday for a 10day visit will be carried into the countryside Program After Fridays round of talks the Russian leaders and Eden or dered their experts to submit pro posals for a program de signed to avoid war between Arabs and Israelis Diplomatic informants said the experts had been ordered to re port back by next Tuesday They added that President Eisenhower would be kept informed of de velopments The United States Britain and Russia already have come out for action through the to stave off any ArabIsraeli conflict and promote a solid basis for peace SAME
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