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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1956, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI TUAT AKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 HOME EDITION Presses for Mediation in Suez Crisis FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Thia Paper Consist oi Four U N Secretary General Dag Hammarskiolri was using solution Berserk Brothers Nabbed 95 Children Held Captive TERRAZZANO Italy stormed a village school Wednes day and liberated 95 children and 4 teachers held prisoner for ran som by two berserk brothers The 6 and 10 years been held at gun point for six hours by Arturo and Osvaldo Sampato who demanded two million lire to re lease them A full battalion of national po the building after the director of an asylum for the criminally insane from which one brother recently was released warned that the youth was grow ing more maniacal by the mo ment Threats Made The brothers had threatened to blow up the children wtih dyna mite or scar them with acid un less given the money Italian police long prevented from shooting by the brothers use of the girl teachers as shields finally went in with guns blazing m talk Wednesday afternoon as the parties most directly concerned in the Suez dispute Secretary of State John Foster Dulles was understood to have disqualified himself as a direct ly concerned party entitled to participate in the secret talks As a result Soviet Foreign Min ister Dmitri Shepilov was not in vited either In Recess The Security Council itself was recess until Thurs day to allow diplomats 48 hours m which to hold private meet ings Hammarskjolds diplomatic hand obviously was playing a ma jor role during the 48 hour pe riod He talked at length with British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd French Foreign Minister Chris tian Pineau and Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi in what a French diplomat referred to as a meeting of the plaintiffs and the HERES HOW YOGI HELPED WIN THE WORLD SERIES FINAL The final score Avas 9 0 for the Yankees but Yogi Berras first homer was enough to do it This is where Berras long poke went as Yogi President Lashes Out at Adlai AP Wirephoio trudged around the bases scoring Hank Bauer ahead ol him In the third Berra smacked another 2run homer Both blasts came off Don Newcombe Pineau after the first meeting in Hammarskjolds office said neither side had changed its posi tion Asked if any progress had been made he replied We werent trying to make progress We were only exposing our posi tions Meets With Menon They wounded both Arturo the madman and Osvaldo the young er brother whom police described as a nearmoron under Arturos domination Nearhysterical parents tried to lynch the pair when manacled they were brought into a court yard outside the twostory school Police fought back the crowd and took them away Moments later the children streamed out into the arms of weeping parents Shot at Sister Arturo pumped two bullets at his own sister just before the po lice assault She had been trying to persuade him to give up The brothers father also was on the scene I knew henever should have been 5et out of the the father cried The Sampato brothers 27 and 22 years one man dead during the final attack Earlier they wounded the mother of one child One of Arturos two guns jammed when he was firing at his sister which may have prevented more casualties in the final gun Fawzi was meeting with Krish na Menon who has scurried from New Delhi to Cairo to London several times in the past month ana arrived in New York Tues day for the Security Council ses sion Krishna Menon saw Lloyd twice Tuesday and Fawzi once Fawzi held the floor during much of Tuesdays afternoon 90 minute secret session of the Se curity first held on a political dispute in the bodys 10 year history Informed sources said he failed to retreat an inch from Egypts announced position The Rev Herbert Case Former N lowan Dies MANKATO Rev Herbert L Case father of South Dakotas Senator Francis Case died Tuesday at his home here The 86yearold retired minister preached his first sermon in 1889 FROM OUR WISE SERVICES President Eisenhower Tuesday night accused the Democrats of political irresponsibility at its worst and credited his adminis tration with a record of clear accomplishments toward endur ing peace and prosperity In a nationwide televisionradio speech delivered at a campaign rally in Pittsburgh Eisenhower swung hard against his Demo cratic rival Adlai Stevenson on many fronts He launched a fresh attack on the Stevenson sugges tion that Hbomb tests be halted and the military draft be ended both under certain conditions Without naming Stevenson but leaving no doubt as to his tar get the President said The urged stout military defense with Yanks 202 100 4009 100 Bums 000 000 0000 3 1 Yankees Berra 2 Howard Skow DETAILS ON SPORTS PAGE Benson Talks at Spencer Thursday Eve SPENCER Spencers high greater reliance on modern they advise stop pmg our atomic tests Bold Role They have promised national security and a bold role in world they urge us to start thinking about ending the military Declaring then that he wanted to speak with the greatest seri and again rejecting proposals Eisenhower school auditoriirm will be the setting Thursday night for much publicized talk by Ezra raft Benson Secretary of Agri culture in the Eisenhower cab inet The meeting is scheduled to open at 8 oclock and the intro About 1 The Weather Mason City Fair cloudy through to partly Thursday warmer Low Wednesday night 40s High Thursday 67 lower 70 Stevenson Plans New Strategy 24 Injured in Explosion at Packinghouse GLENWOOD AP The interior of the Roth Pack mg here was wrecked Wednesday bv an explosion which caused burns to an Omaha rabbi and three work men and cuts and bruises to 20 others Clarence A Buscher Omaha president Vf the firm made preliminary unofficial estimate of a half million dollars damage He said he believed gas was undoubtedly the cause of the blast About 30 employes approximately a third of the working WGiP 3 IrpJlri i con rnv p when the explosion occurred at The plants daily tions begin at 7 The blast shook this southwest ern Iowa town of which is located about 20 miles south of Council Bluffs i Mary Logan a newspaper corj respondent who lives about mile from the plant said thought it was an earthquake Every door and window rattled and the house shook I expect the noise could be heard for Morning Service One of four persons hospitalized with burns at Council Bluffs was Rabbi Isaak Block aboirt 45 of Omaha He was in the govern ment office at the plant perform ing a morning service The firm pecializes in kosher meats School Support Studied Iowa Costs Are High which are shipped to major DES MOINES make SEATTLE son Wednesday ousness those added fight Many of the children were found bound hand and foot Heroine of the rescue was Miss Paolo del Caratore a teacher She attacked the younger brother with her bare hands She wrenched away his knife and stabbed him in the head It was when Arturo the older brother grappled with her that police were able to close in without the children being endangered m a country school between Mason City and Clear Lake Iowa He later was pastor of Meth odist Churches at Lake Mills Svvaledale Everly Plover Wes ley Sanborn and Marathon as well as a number of churches in western South Dakota and a long tenure at Mankato He lived for a number of years I as your President and com manderinchief of the Armed Forces cannot and will not make proposals contrary to national in offer you attractive prospects unjustified by world realities Matter of Safety I will not promise that at Clear Lake before studying for the ministry While visiting at Clear Lake in 1947 he recalled that he blistered his hands shov eling clay on the north shore of Clear Lake where there now is paving He was trying to earn enough money to attend Upper Iowa University at Fayette study for the ministry to Dr Case is survived by his widow two sons and three daugh ters Funeral services will be Thursday in Mankato winning a peace based on jus tice wil be cheap and The President went on to say that the draft is a matter of the safety of our We need the he said We cannot pretend that rockets and bombs make brains and hands Eisenhower came to Pennsyl vania to lend a hand to the states Republican candidates for Con gress including h a r dpressed Sen James H Duff who is run ning for reelection against for mer mayor Joseph S Clark of Philadelphia duction will be by Roy T Pullen Clay Countyan who won the Iowa Master Farmer award in 1927 and subsequently served on the Iowa State Board of Control To Visit Farms Benson is expected to arrive here by air in midafternoon and visit some farms in the vicinity of Spencer and Fostoria as time permits A group of Washington corre spondents will be with Benson and a press conference for Iowa newspaper people will be held after Bensonsarrival Thursday afternoon The 100piece Spencer High School band will play from to 8 at the meeting place Hugh Sale chairman of the county Central Committee will be mas ter of ceremonies Lead Pledge Jim Thuirer president of the local chapter of Future Fanners formation of a 50member Nation al Business Council of well known leaders in business and fi nance who are supporting his bid for the presidency The Democratic nominee said the step is in line with his view that it is well for both parties to be as inclusive as try to speak for the best interests of all groups and thus for all the Iowa Mostly fair through Through it he expressed ern markets Also burned White Tabor Adlai E 40 Glenwood announced the day warmer Low Wednesday northwest 4045 night 3540 southwest Five Day Iowa Temperatures Thursday through next Monday will average near normal south west to about 5 degrees below normal northeast Cooler Fri day Warmer Saturday Cooler Sunday Warmer again Mon day Little or no precipitation is expected during the period Minnesota Fair windy warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday the hope his views can be made known on the respective roles and mutual interests of business and All Groups In addition he said I believe employes were and bruises by STORM CHECKED MIAMI UP An Air Force plane left Bermuda Wednesday to investigate a new tropical dis turbance kicking up high winds in the Windward Islands well over miles from Florida M M kours Brinks Bandits Get Life Imprisonment WALPOLE Mass A Eight men convicted of the i Brinks robbery were sentenced to life in prison Tuesday with no chance for parole consideration for at least 20 years They were sentenced by Judge Felix Forte in Superior Court at Boston and three hours later were delivered to the prison where hey will spend the rest of their natural of America will lead in the pledge of allegiance to the flag Invocation will be by the Rev C A Hude Peterson Explorer Scouts from Royal will present the colors In his talk Benson is expected to spell out some of the broad farm policies outlined by Presi dent Eisenhower at Peoria re cently and answer some of the criticisms most commonly di rected at him and his program for meeting the farm surplus problem Maximum Tuesday Minimum Tuesday night At 8 Wednesday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 59 27 42 79 48 Heavy Damage in Davenport Fire DAVENPORT UP A fire with names shooting 50 feet into he Democratic party and its fu ure administration will reflect a salanced representation of the interests of all The announcement came short ly after lie had denounced the Ei senhower administration as a big business administration narrow ly representative of a limited in The denunciation came as he of the building where the hide cellar and government offices bore the brunt of the blast The explosion blew out a section of interior wall 8 inches thick and a arge section of interior wall 16 inches thick Every window in the plant was shattered The plant is a brick structure and part of it is three stories in height Dr Earl V Brown a govern far greater than average fi jnancial effort for support of pub were Mario n lie schools the costs of which are Homer the Iowa Tax and Fred Study Committee said Wednes day The committee said also in fifth of a series of reports on its studies leading to recommenda tions for revision of the states tax structure Although state appropriations for support of the State Univer sity of Iowa and Iowa State Col lege have increased sharply the schools remain near the bottom among 14 similar institutions in U North Central states Appropriations for capital im provement have been lower for he two schools and Iowa State Teachers college than for such in stitutions in most of the other H states Ranked Sixth The committee presented com parisons to show that in 1953 Iowa ranked sixth among the 48 states in public school revenues Kohl about 35 Glenwoood All four were burned mostly about the face and arms The condition of Rabbi Block and White was listed as fair and that of Miller a ad Kuhl as good Twenty other treated for cuts a Glenwood physician Windows Shattered No fire followed the explosion which occurred on the west side ment meat inspector said he no the air roared through a two story brick warehouse causing damage estimated Iween and told a wildly cheering Seattle au dience Tuesday night that the United States government should represent the interests of all the people and of no narrower Without Stevenson naming said the Eisenhower nations fu ture in this age of social revolt and communism and nuclear power will be met only by an a president an executive who assumes the ticed a gas smell when he ar rived at the plant Several em ployes also said they noticed a gas smell Buscher said the plant is sup pliled by the Northern Natural Gas Omaha He said an odor of gas previously had been de tected Tuesday and notification given William Gilbert about 45 Glen wood head of the kill depart ment suffered severe cuts on the head and hand He said I never saw anything like it but I stood up through it Others treated for cuts included Chester Sellers and Harlev Per as a per cent of personal income lowans spent per cent of their income for schools while the national average was per cent The ratio of school costs to personal income in Iowa was more than 35 per cent above tha national the commit tee commented In the 195354 school year lowans had personal income of per pupil en rolled which ranked the state 29th in the nation Turning to the average expendi ture per pupil in average daily attendance in Iowa public ele mentary and secondary schools II 4 i I full responsibilities of his elected ins Glenwoood and Harold Barthc said office be Undue delegation of responsi tles Pacific Junction flames at the Mueller Lumber Co warehouse for hours before getting it under control No one was injured in the blaze Lumber piled against the small windows on the second floor of the building where the fire started hampered the firemens efforts They were unable to reak into the building until the flames were under control A Turn Out An estimated turned out to hear Stevenson Seattles Civic Auditorium Stevenson announced orary cochairman Business Council for Stevenson are William L Clayton Average Factory Pay In 194546 Iowa ranked 2lst among states with per pupil costs jerage From then to per and Joseph P Kennedy York The group which will have its Hour Unii COSjs per cent persons nOUr compared with an increase of al at WASHINGTON governtnost 46 cent in the nation ment reported Tuesday that aver However from 194849 to 1950 need that honage factory pay climbed aboveSI per pupil costs increased n of his National for the first time in j per sent in Iowa while the ria September At the same time untional average rose slightly more employment dropped below two1 than 13 per cent In 195051 PARIS UP A bul eseaDPd a Paris headquarters at the Hotel May Newjmillion and to the lowest level costs in Iowa were almost 11 per since November 1953 cent above the national average Average Costs in said will be to make its The Commerce and Labor De partments issued the joint which showed persons more were employed This was a rcc tnejOrd for September but down 700 recent year for shop Police reported consider able Demo Candidates Lead in 30 Contests in Alaska jpealed to likeminded men and THREE SLAIN Average expenditure per pupil women in business to join in our ALGIERS UP Three Iowa mcreased approximately ipeans were maehinegunnod to90 por cent from 194546 to 1953 death and another wounded the sarae Period the na THE REV H L CASE Decorah Farm Family Wins Top Soil Prize BAYARD members of a farm family near Decorah were named to receive the sweepstakes award of the Iowa Soil Conserva tion Achievement Awards gram here Wednesday They were William E Beard and his three sons William Jr Franklin and James winners of the savings bond award pro and legislative seats at in Alaskas general elec JUNEAU Alaska W Demo crats moved into the lead Wednesday for 30 of the 3 of fices issue tion They took the lead in mount ing returns from all parts of vast territory early Wednes day me six offices at stake and for 2 of 24 seats in the Territorial House of Representatives Republicans were ahead for six of nine territorial Senate seats but one was by a bare onevote margin The Democrats surged ahead overnisht after the Republicans had held a favorable positron in the first scanty returns from the usually conservative south eastern Alaska division dis tricts in ths early tally before Democratic western Alaska By way of comparison of re sults which are watched nation ally for possible political trend significance the Republicans won 2 out of 24 House seats in the 1952 presidential year elec tion and o out of 9 seats at stake in the Senate In 19S4 the tide swung back to the election of 21 Democrats and 3 Republicans to the House and Democrats swept all 9 at issue in the Senate Wholesale Prices of Food Decline Again NEW YORK foodj prices continued to decline this week as the Dun Bradstreetj food index went below for thei first time since April The index which represents the total cost at wholesale of one pound each of 31 foods in general use stood at This was down from last weeks and per certt below the yearago weeks nesday when they to increase was 95 jtheir way through a rebel block 60 miles west of Oran PRESTON DIES MELBOURNE Australia UP Rowe Preston GO re tired U S consul general died Tuesday at his home near Mcl bourne He was a former dent of New York City resi Americas Biggest Bargain See Circular In Todays GlobeGazette per The committee report went on jto state j In the school year of 195354 jlowa spent a larger percentage of its school money for adminis tration and r lesser percentage for instruction than the average for ail other states I Iowa schools increased the av erage annual salary of their in istructional staffs 73 per cent be II ween 194546 and 195354 but the i national average increase was 92 per cent n 195354 Iowa ranked 37th in the nation with salaries 24 per cent below the national average In 195354 the average number of pupils in daily per members of the instructional was 18 in Iowa compared national average ol 2 line ;