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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIBAY OCTOBER 28 1955 This Paper Consists of Two One No 17 Ballot of Support to Foure Premier in Crucial Test PARIS UP The French gov ernment Friday won a vote of confidence thus saving France and its Western allies from a major international crisis The vote was 271 to 259 Premier Edgar Faure staked the life of his cabinet and Frances formal participation in the Big Four ministers conference in Ge neva on the vote and won The vote was considered so crucial that Foreign Minister An toine Pinay flew here from Geneva to plead with the divided deputies to avoid plunging France into crisis at this time Called Incompetent The vote was on general govern ment policies provoked by a So cialist Party charge the Faure government was incompetent to handle the crucial issues facing it in Europe and North Africa The drama of the vote was un derlined by the surprise presence on the chamber floor of ailingy Communist Chief Maurice Thorez who limped out of his isolation to be in on the possible kill As far as deputies could re member it was the first time the 55yearold Communist boss has taken his seat since he was felled by a stroke in 1950 and carried off to Moscow in a plane for a 30 month The pugnosed excoal miner limped in on the arm of a burly comrade just before Faure took the rostrum for a lastminute de fense of his government Faure told the deputies what evenbody realized that todays confidence vote supposedly on government financing of military operations in North Africa was actually a vote on his demands for early general elections LtitMinutt Lobbying He urged the voters to vote strictly on the North Africa issue and to save the issue of the elec tions for later debate There was a half an hour inter mission while Faure and Pinay made last minute appeals to wavering deputies in the lobbies ExPremier Pierre Mendes France who came out in open West Offers Russians Assurance Treaty o But Reds Also Present Plans GENEVA and the Western powers clashed in the Big Four foreign ministers meeting Friday with rival and apparently irreconcilable plans for European security Each side rejected the others plan The United States Britain and France got in first presenting to Soviet Foreign Minister V M Molotov a ninepoint treaty of assur ance on the reunification of It would become fully effective AP WIrephoto DATE WITH unidentified Philadelphia fire man runs to safety Friday as an explosion in a burning Silco Lamp Products Co plant ripped out a thirdfloor wall bringing death to one of his companions Buried under tons of the debris was Arthur Mumbauer a rookie fireman TO FORM AGENCY Press Forward on Atom Parley Plans UNITED NATIONS N Y nations including the if East and West Germany were united and the new Germany became a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Molotov responded with a 15 point proposal for a European se curity treaty delaying German unification indefinitely Under the Soviet program the North Atlan tic Alliance would be destroyed Communist China would become an observer in Europe and all American troops would eventually have to be withdrawn from the territories of European By the time Molotov acted the Western ministers had already re jected his proposal They based JERUSALEM lavAn Israeli milj their statement In advance of its itary informant said 10 Egyptian presentation on Russian proposals Israeli in Assault on Egypt Fort Retaliation Is Reason soldiers were slain and 20 capi which had been made at the Ge tured early Friday by an Israeli jneva summit conference in July force which stormed and captured an Egyptian frontier post Israel said the raid was in retaliation for an earlier Egyptian assault on an Israeli police post An Egyptian spokesman in Cairo Not Prepared France the United Kingdom and the United States of they told Molotov are not pre pared to enter into a system of said four Egyptians and four security which as in the raelis were killed in the attack proposals put forward at which took place at Kuntila about j Geneva in July does not end the three miles inside Egyptianheld division of territory The spokesman said the Israeli force was driven off Egypt filed a strong protest with the Mixed Armistice Commission fanned As this latest clash mounting tension in the Middle means East U S Secretary of State John Foster Dulles and British The main points of the west pro posal are 1 Renunciation of the use of force by a promise to settle inter matioual disputes by peacefu 2 Withholding support from ag Foreign Secretary Harold MacMil lan conferred for an hour in Ge neva on Palestine problems Is raeli sources in Geneva said the gressors 3 Limitation of forces and arma ments 4 Inspection and control East It appeared plain however that The main political committee after backing an American planjarsenal bought from Communist Faure was on his way aftenfor establishment of the agency without a dissenting vote scheduled Czechoslovakia Geneva There was no doubt session to wind up its the threat the confidence test caratomic debate LTi ried for the Big Four talks Pinay The committee Thursday night I 000VI116 jVm Hit told newsmen in Geneva he would jvoted of a resolution not return if Faure lost out ion arrangements for the agencys creation The six Arab states ab stained because Israel was one of I the IS countries cosponsoring the American plan The vote came as President Eis enhower in a message to the Na tional Industrial Conference by Fire Wrecked TODDVILLE tfl The Toddville This Account The Israeli informant gave this account of Fridavs raid any preparation for surprise Warning System 5 Special warning system Rus AP Wirephoto QUEEN LEAVES BY Juliana of The Netherlands arrow faces shoreward as she leaves the island of Saba in the Windward Island group during her current tour in the Caribbean area Islanders stand on Sonny Beach to make pictures of seamen pushing the craft out to the cruiser DeRuyter a former American vessel Hes a Much Wiser Man After 4 Years DETROIT the last four years John J Shruga has been to the hospital with a siege of pneumonia injuries suffered in a fall from a porch a double hernia operation in juries from being hit on the head a milk bottle and twice for dog bites In fact life has seemed like one long hospital visit John is only 4 years old sia In retaliation for an Eevntian an Egjptian School gymnasium a 30by60 foot x frame structure was destroyed byiwas strengthattacked fire Thursday afternoon No I am was injured A southwest wind helped keep Boards fourth annual session inIfUmes from spreading to the school New York said the establishbuilding located to the of thepo s t gym piremen rom Toddvffl accessible only Palo Center Point and Alburnett battled the blaze Bowles Named Director of State Draft DES MOINES Col Glenn R Bowles 37 Indianola was ap pointed state director of Selective j out the world is in sight Ttit ujc m wucu oor Jloegh Friday The resolution approvedfire broke out abouj p m were exchanged BowTesTwho also was promoted the action of the United States inThree teachers and approximately H mmutes to the rank of colonel will succeed i bringing Russia Czechoslovakia 150 to 60 children watched the S0me Col Ralph A Lancaster on Dec India and Brazil into a 12nation Lancaster who has been directorconference to meet in December to of Selective Service five years and i whip into shape a draft statute1 lip attack Tuesday on an Israeli po lice post at Beeroyatim in the demilitarized El AujaNizana zone Ithe Israeli Cairo said The Egyptians housed in three police buildings at the remote frontier ment of an international atomic energy agency now seems reason ably assured and the first fruit of peaceful atomic energyjhrough The custodian and two hotlunch i to j patrols of f e r e d resist cooks were in the gym when thei iance Shots was deputy director the the international agency nine years will retire Nov 30 on reaching age 60 Hoegh said the directors salary is paid by the federal governmenl and that taking into account the base pay for a colonel and allow ances the salary runs about 000 a The governor told his news con ference he felt the state was for tunate in being able to obtain the services of Col Bowles who is a native lowan and who has had a distinguished military career Bowles will come from Washing ton where since 1953 he has worked in the office of the director of personnel as a deputy chief of staff for logistics Hoegh and Bowles served together in the Iowa National Guard ike to See Series of GunFighting Movies DENVER Eisen hower found much about which to cheer Friday as he approached the end of his fifth week of hospitaliza tion from a heart attack A whole series of gunfighting Western saw his first one been brought to Fitzslmons Army Hospital for his viewing during the long hours of convalescence Russia fought unsuccessfully tojM leave the way open to give Red China East Germany and its Bal kan satellites a seat in the agency But political committee overwhelmingly voted down three ason City Partly cloudy and colder Friday night low around 30 Saturday cloudy cool high 4952 and quite Iowa Clearing west and central Soviet amendments the Kremlins cloudy extreme east Friday night deputy foreitn minister V V KuzjColder with freezing temperatures netsov alsolvoted yes w e s t Saturday partly cloudy warmer west Low Friday night 2532 west 3645 east Asks for Alienation of Mates Affection Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 4 degrees above normal Friday night through next Wednesday Normal lows 32 north jto 36 south Normal highs 54 north CHARLES CITYRuth W Kelto south Cooler Friday night logg has filed a petition in District jand coo Saturday and Sunday fol tians fled Fi nally the re maining Egyp MacMillan State Rests in Myers Trial DAVENPORT UP The state rested its case in the first degree murder trial of Louis Rusty set waring j Myers 31 Davenport Thursday German sector of I The trial will resume at 10 L lt jr n Strobels Past Is Checked FBI Enters House Case WASHINGTON UP Rep Celler DNY said Friday the FBI is looking into Peter A Strobels re jlations with his private business i firm while holding a j government job as public building commissioner Celler did not give any details jbut asked Strobel at a House Judi Iciary Subcommittee hearing wheth er he knew his case had been re ferred to the FBI by the Justice De partment on Oct 4 Thats news to replied Strobel who has denied any wrong doing in connection with his con tinuing partnership in the New York engineering consultant firm of Strobel Salzman Celler heads the subcommittee exploring to see whether there is any possible conflict of interest in Strobels case Got Strobel testified Friday he re ceived about from the firm in 1954 He said that was about half what his earnings were the year before while he was an active partner Strobel said he overrode objec tions from his boss Government NEW YORK GodServices Administrator Edmund F frey the hottempered emcee 0fjMansure to one contract for ttie airways may be heading for a architectural services with a firm legal tangle as the result of his firwhich formerly did business with ExGodfrey Singer May Fight Firing ing of singer Lu Ann Simms Miss Simms husband song pub lisher Lorring Buzzell said Friday his wifes contract with CBS was being studied to determine whether Godfrey had violated his pact with the singer We should knew by Monday or Tuesday whether we intend to take Strobel Salzman This was Robert Co of Atlan ta headed by Lawrence Wood Chip Robert treasurer of the Democratic National Committee in 193641 Strobel said Mansure an ap pointee of the Eisenhower admin istration objected that so much the zone and the Western PowersMonday when the defense calls would set up a similar radar sysiwitnesses to the stand after a tern in the Communist sector 6 Consultation The member naj lions would consult on means of parade of 30 state witnesses Two police officers testified Thursday they followed Myers carrying out the treaty but itsjand Sherman Stewart 36 prior to Western sponsors do not contemithe discovery of the body of Mrs plate creation of a treaty council or other permanent machinery such as NATO has 7 Individual and collective self defense The right of such de fense including membership of the Western Powers in Russia wants to be recognized Must React 8 Obligation to react against Dolores Lund into an alley ad joining a Rock Island tavern A safe at the tavern later was found burglarized It contained the 25 caliber automatic the state contends was used to murder Mrs Lund they said A former bartender testified he said Buzzell My father Samuel Buzzeil whos an attorney is looking over the contract right now 20th Victim Miss Simms a former record shop salesgirl from Rochester N Thursday became the 20th member of tie Godfrey family to get the ax She was the fourth Godfreyite to be ousted this week Miss Simms with Godfrey for two years was granted a mater nity leave last spring from the Godfrey cast She gave birth to a daughter Cynthia Leigh on Sept U During her absence she re ceived the basic minimum in her CBS a week government business was going to Roberts firm Strobel said he signed the 000 contract in midAugust because he considered it supplemental to one which the Robert firm had been given several years ago to design a new communicable dis ease center at Atlanta More Than Once Strobel conceded that on the basis of hindsight he should have told Mansure of this relationship between the two companies before a he approved the government tract with the Robert company Celler who had declared it ap peared that nothing more than a Invasion of Rights left the safe open Feb 3 and had been warned the day before by i office m Manhattan said question of delicacy was involved in Strobels case said Friday there may have been more in one in Samuel Buzzell reached at his stance Shel Myers the place was to or may not be advised to that he went to Corps of This involved Stobels testimony knocked off and he better not try tians surrendered and the Israel raiders returned to their own base at 3 Seven of the 20 captured Egyptians were wounded The Egyptian the Sinai held by two pla toons equipped w4th heavy auxil iary weapons while Israeli troops aggression This is the action to stop He said Myers later clause pledging the members him S40o take appropriate action to meet i Uldt lie VYCiii tU U1C Ui fight back This is an invasion of Engineers seeking to S750 aggression as defined in the trea ty 9 Entry into force by stages The stages are not spelled out but some sections of the treaty such m were not nwi as renunciation come of use of Court here which asks ilowed bv nsinS early next from Majorie H Huxsol former Niles Township farm w i f e for alienation of her former husbands affection Mrs Kellogg recently was di vorced from Kenneth T Kellogg as was Mrs Huxsol from Raymond A According to the petition Mrs vellogg was the wife of Kenneth T Kellogg for 14 years and until ct 10 1955 was being supported by him and enjoying his love af fection and It charges that Mrs Huxsol wilfully and ma liciously alienated her husbands affections and enticed him week Rainfall will total one fourth to onehalf inch occurring as showers toward middle of next week Minnesota Cloudy cold ed by any heavy armament the Israeli source went on Army Base From an army base in the Negeb Desert the Israeli troops first moved in the direction of the bor der by vehicle but continued the last stretch to Kuntila on foot Aft er Egyptian outposts were si lenced the Israelis penetrated into the buildings combing them room by room The shooting went on till one Egyptian shouted Dont shoot the source said The Israelis said four of their soon as German unification was agreed upon by the Big Four The action would not become wSrn NATO SAME DATE1954513 men were wounded Four Men Escape From Jail in Waterloo One Captured WATERLOO prisoners ring and entering charge her rights 500 j which he claimed was due Strobel Jt T j i Ul This is the second time in Salzman for work ft had vision history that a performer hasjprevjousjv become involved in a maternity hassle Ruth Gilbert a comedi enne on the Milton Berle show Celler declared this may con ceivably involve a violation of the i criminal code which prohibits fed threatened to bring suit last year eral from prosecuting after she became oreenant when Berle refused to say whether MisslH Gilbert would be allowed to returnhaVe to his program The tangle was1 patched up and Miss Gilbert made several appearances on the Berle show after she had her baby any claims against the government m utmost Magazine Says Top Management in Rock Island to Be Shifted th Man Accidentally Shot by 6wn Rifle LE CLAIRE Elliott 58 Le Claire was accidentally shot and killed with his own 22 caliber management of the Rock Island two of them reportedly armed j 1 Bartlctt was seized a short UmeRaiiroad Jan 1 the break by Patrolman The magazine Modern Railroads v overpowered a jailer and l6 bak by The Egyptians said withdrawalfrom the Black Hawk Countv JaulS S DowjnS B of armed forces from the area had Thursdav but manvice president will become presi Globe been rePeatedly requested by U N a m RAIN to 8 day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum data observers but Israeli forces m p Pjhad remained disguised as police DE MURO DIES ROME Italian 71 41 41 02 53 SSlness He was 74 r u One of the menjaged to elude Richards It was believed Kern and fitters cer John D Farrin5ton will movei5 ff fled in Eilcrs car which was injup to the new post of chairman ofj Elll0tt 7s Waro m as alderma at L was captured in a tavern about an hour later Sheriff H T Cap Wagner but reported missing afterthe board tified the four as Joseph four escaped i Officials of the line the 29 Sheboygan serving timej Wagner said the jailer Ed PoR0ck Island and Pacfic Railroad on a check charge Gary Kern 55 was overpowered when he at first declined comment on dent and that the present chief and shouted Im his fourth Le Claire Waterloo tenor Bernardo de Muro died incharges Glen Bartlett 23 Quincy S15 MILLION AID u NEW YORK avThe American held on auto theftjunlocked the jail door to hand in althe article and then said their offijRed Cross estimates that its total H Q Iftf4 A j1 v m a hospital here Thursday of a sentenced on a breaking and mor of the liver after a long illj entering charge and Orville Eilers package of clean laundry cial position was one of denial laid to victims of the August and Polege said he thought two of Rumors that Jenks 40 would bOjOctober floods of the East Coast ithe men were armed although moving up have been current injwill exceed 15 million dollars after Cedar Rapids held on a breakjthey actually showed no weapons i railroad circles for some time jail payments are completed ;