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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 12, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home Associated Press and United Press Full DN CITY GLOBEGAZ THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR E MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 12 HOME EDITION MAKE EVERY DAY SAFE DRIVING DAY Fiveyear Plan Would Help Conquer Critical Shortages Paper Consists erf Two Quo No tt ke Asks Billion for School Grant 2 States to Put Ike on Ballot New Hampshire Joins Illinois CONCORD N H of President Eisenhower will for mally enter his name next week in the firstinthenation New Hamp shire primary March 13 and the President will inform them he has no objections The Associated Press was told exclusively Thursday This was construed here as strong indication the President re covering from a September heart attack will seek a second term As recently as Wednesday the White House had refused to sig nify assent or dissent to an an nouncement that the Presidents name would be entered in the Illi nois April 10 primary An extremely reliable source who was in Concord Thursday said that Gov Lane Dwinell will submit petitions bearing the required 100 signatures to the secretary of office here Monday morning No Comment Dwinell declined comment The source added that the Pres ident through a highly placed spokesman in the White House al ready has informed GOP leaders here that the move meets with his approval and that he will so state next week In Washington White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty comment Hagerty said he did so because we have nothing before us at this time Asked whether he would com ment if Eisenhowers niame is ac tually entered in the shire primary the press secretary smiled and replied Ill A reporter asked Hagerty why the White House chose to issue a statement on plans to enter the Presidents name in the Illinois primary but was remaining silent on the New Hampshire situation Just what is the difference the reporter asked We h a ld an announcement Wednesday by the governor of the PARATROOPERS OFF FOR CYPRUSThe fust contin gent of British paratroopers bound for Cyprus line up at B ackbush airport near Surrey England for the airlift which started Thursday Some of the troopers rs are AP Wirephoto being sent to beef up Britains garrison on the riottorn Mediterranean island About men already were sta tioned on the island Hagerty said alluding to disclosure by Gov William Strat ton of Illinois of plans to enter Eisenhowers name in the primary there Fifing Referring then to the New Hamp shire development Hagerty said This is a dope story by The As sociated Press dealing with an in tention There is a great deal of The filing period for the New Hampshire primary opens Thurs day Chief reason for the Presidents decision to give his approval to the New Hampshire plan the source said is a desire to throw out a hint as to his 1956 political plans in the state which started him on the road to the presidency with a smashing primary triumph four years ago Israel Faces Condemnation for Attacks UNITED NATIONS Israe Thursday faced a strong con demnation for her Dec 11 attack on Syria and a warning That fur ther such incidents would bring sterner measures Both Russia and the big Western powers were pressing for such ac tion in the llnation Security Coun cil meeting to consider their The Soviet proposal was worded more bluntly It also demanded that Israel pay compensation for the loss of life and property in the raid which was directed against Syrian outposts near the Sea of Galilee in retaliation for Syrian firing on Israeli boats on he lake Fiftysix Syrians and six clis were reported killed in the raid No Recommendation SistersinLaw Have Babies Within 40 Minutes of Each Other seems to be a matter of minutes in the Niess families near here Just 17 apart Tuesday two sistersinlaw Mrs Matthew Niess and Mrs Gustav Niess were admitted to the obstetrics ward of the Mitchell County Memorial Hos pital At p m a daughter was born to Mrs Matthew Niess and at a boy made his appearance in the Gustav Niess family The babies were not deductible for 1955 income tax either moaned the fathers SAME DATE feck cam death In hears The resolution sponsored by the United States Britain and France makesno recommendation for compensation but a spokes man said the United States feels there is a moral basis for such payment said the United States was ready to take the lead n proposing that machinery be set ip to study how to provide for com cnsation should there be further ncklents like the Dec 11 attarftr This time he said the council would only raise false hopes in the families of the victims by propos ing compensation when no machin ery exists to insure Previous Attacks Both the Western and the Soviet resolutions reminded Israel that thecouncil already had condemned it for previous retaliatory attacks on neighboring Arab countries and had appealed for the Israeli gov ernment to prevent sucb actions Both resolutions alsn expressed concern at what they called Isra els failure to comply with its obli gations under the charter and the armistice agreement with Syria The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Thurs day night and Friday Low Thursday night 1015 High Fri day 2832 Iowa Partly cloudy with little change in temperature Thursday night and Friday Low Thursday night 1020 Minnesota Fair rather cold Globe Gazette rv weather data up to 8 Maximum 24 Minimum 9 At 8 9 He Isnt Going to Show His Face on FRIDAY THE 13TH GRAND RAPIDS Mich Stewart said he planned to stay home on his birthday Friday the 13th because of these events in the last week A fire in his home cost him for repairs and burned his legs His new car was involved in an accident which cost him Water leaking from a garbage disposal unit in his home caused damage The television set burned out and had to be replaced His dog was shot in the hind leg A stray bullet hit the windshield of his truck and showered him with glass Whats more said Stewart a roofer he was drafted on his birth day 13 years ago Family Held Captive in Home Overnight2Flee CENTERPORT N Y MWTwo young gunmen held two women a man and a child prisoner overnight in their home here then in the morning forced the man to withdraw from his bank for them and escaped The victims of the 12hour ordeal were Arthur Seifts 65 a retired engineer his wife Marie 59 Mrs Edith Hamlin 40 sister of Mrs Seifts and Martha Hamlin 9 The gunmen were polite and although they tied up the family did not harm their victims The two men gained entrance to the eightroom house in a secludec section Tuesday night by posing as messengers Mr and Mrs Seifts had gone to a movie Mrs Hamlin was working on her husbands in come tax return and Martha was taking a bath Mrs Hamlins hus Paul Pritchard on Committee to Sift False Advertising DES MOINES Iowa An omobilc Dealers Association has y Parkcr was detained in YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 27 23 PARTLY ClOUOY organized a sevenman committee to stamp out false and mislcad ng automobile advertising in it was announced here Alfred W Kahl executive vice resident of the association said a few cases of fradulent adver ising have come to our attention and were going to try to keep t from becoming a bad general William L Cramblitt Ottumwa vas named chairman of the committee Other members are Or ille Lowe Des Mbines Paul ritchard Mason City R E iickelhaupt Clinton Norman Dun ap Ames C J Murray Sioux Ity and Pat Manning Marshall own Kahl said objectionable sales nd advertising practicesthe com mittee hopes to eliminate include Offering an automobile for no money down unless it means just Telling a buyer he has years to pay for his car unless the buyer really has Shueyville Man Killed When Struck by Auto SHUEYVILLE G Travis elderly Shueyville resident was killed Wednesday evening when struck by a car which authorities said was driven by Theodore Lar sen Kalona Travis who was in his 70s had left a store in this lit tle Johnson County community and was walking across Highway 218 when the accident happened orkovcrnight on business The robbers demanded money and took from Mrs Hamlin It was all the cash she had Then they tied Mrs Hamlin and Martha on a bed They rifled a desk and found Seifts bank book showing a balance of about When the Seifts returned home they tied up The rob bers dickered a long time with Seifts as to how much money they should take They first demanded all of it but finally settled on to avoid arousing suspicion At 7 a m Wednesday they or dered coffee Then they forced Seifts to write the check and ac company them to the bank to cash it The bank refused to cash it for one of the robbers so he returned to thecar and got Seifts With a gun hidden at his back Seifts vouched for the check and it was cashed The robbers drove the car about 20 miles to Queens got out told Seifts Its all and ran The women meantime had freed themselves and called police Flu Epidemic Sweeps Through Dorm at SUI IOWA CITY epidemic of intestinal influenza spread through the Hillcrost mens dormi tory at the University of lowa Wednesday Dr Chester I Miller head of the student health service at the university said about 160 of the G79 men living at the domilory became ill during the day Soil Bank Plan Can Start This Year Benson WASHINGTON of Agriculture Ezra T Benso Thursday said the administration proposed soil bank program ca be put into effect this year if Con gress acts quickly A month or two of avoidabl he told the Senate Agri culture Committee might caus us a years time in getting thi program Key Feature The soil bank plan is the ke eature of the administrations arm program which Presiden Eisenhower sent to Congress Mon day It would provide for overal payments both in cash and kind otaling about one billion dollars annually to farmers In return jarticipating farmers would agree o cut corn wheat cotton rice and other plantings by 40 to 4 million acres Benson cautioned that the in ducement offered to farmers to participate in the soil bank plan would have to be generous Before farmers would comply he said they would have to feel that their net incomes would be at least as high as if they planted their al lotted acres Twin Features He also said broad participation would be necessary to insure the programs success Benson said the soil bank with its twin features of an acre age reserve and a conservation reserve would accomplish many things He said it would increase farm income reduce surplus stocks cut excess production re duce storage costs ease apprehen sion among Americas friends abroad conserve soil water and timber resources and strike a bet ter balance of production and mar kets The secretary was the first ad ministration witness ai committee hearings oh problems of declining farm income huge surpluses and overproduction BRINKS THEFT CASE SOLVED WASHINGTON Iff Solution of the million dollar Brinks robbery in Boston in January 1950 was announced Thursday by the Jus Department Eight men are in custody FBI Director J Edgar Hoover said agents had arrested six members of the daring gang re sponsible for the robbery that two more of robbers are new in prison in connection with other offenses and that of the par ticipants is dead The announcement followed six years of perhaps most inten sive investigation the FBI has on single ever concentrated cases States Must Match It WASHINGTON President Eisenhower asked Congress Thurs day to provide billion dollars in federal grants over the next five years to help conquer the nations critical school shortage In a special message the Presi dent also asked authority for fed eral purchase of up to 750 million dollars worth of local school bonds school districts cannot sell them in private markets at rea sonable interest 20 mil lion dollars for grants to the states for school planning In summary this would mean a federal outlay over five years of some with 750 mil Dewel Not to Be Candidate for Governor Legislators Face New Pressures Duane E Dewel publisher of the Algona Advance announced in h is newspape Thursday that despite the urgini of many friends he is not a can didate for either lieutenant gov ernor or governor It is a great honor to be men tioned for either wrot Dewel It also has the effect o turning the head a bit and some what like being taken on th mountain top and being shown th promised land Franldy I cannot see mysel in either post I have been for tunate in being in a positior where I can see into sanctorums of both these postsan I find there is pressure that is un relenting As majority leader o the senate last session I felt tha pressure of unreasonableness al ways Discussed Problems Sen Dewel discussed some o the problems facing the state in the years ahead and some of the groups that are bringing pressure to bear upon legislators Two great groups are at each others throats most of the time and the issue is so involved with moral questions ihat a positive position one way or other is im possible and jften made so by h e unreason ableness of ers of said the senator These are the wets and DEWEL he drys I dont fit in either camp think the present state store sys tem is working well yet I can see he difficulties the river are faced with by liquorbythedrink only a few yards away I dont want an open saloon in my town and I really think few Deople do I can go along with the key clubs which are actually cooperative in nature Yet how ar we can go on those is a qucs ion that is Reapportionment Cited One of the serious problems of the day is t h a t of reapportion ment of the districts in the Iowa louse and Senate according to Dewel The American system of gov ernment is based on representa ion of the people by those who make the he wrote Such wide divergence as now exists in owa is just not right nor fair honest The wide gap in equal epresentation is glaring in the ase of heavily populated coun ies in which cities are SEN ROBERT KERR GOP Attacks Kerrs Remark WASHINGTON White House Thursday said it made ab solutely no request that a San Francisco military hospital pre pare a suite for President Eisen howers possible use during the Republican convention in August Presidential P re s s Secretary James C Hagerty angrily denied a statement to that effect Wednesday by Sen Robert S Kerr Kenhad said that Republicans are so alarmed about their own ow political reserve they plan to bring Ike to the GOP convention even if he has to stay in Letter man General Hospital which re portedly is preparing a suite for Reporters asked Hagerty if there lad been any White House request or a suite Absolutely none at Hager y replied emphatically There never has been and that informa tion has been relayed to the com manding general of the Republicans countered Kerrs re marks about the Presidents health with such words as unmitigated despicable and smear pol ion to be returned through even tual payment of the bonds The states would be required to match the federal grants for con struction The matching however would DC under a formula whereby the vealthiest states put up for each of federal money while the poorer states would get for each they put out Eisenhower said a cardinal prin ciple of his program is that fed eral grants must not reduce the incentive for state and local efforts rather should stimulate an increase in such With this Eisenhower said in his message we can lay the basis for r better education in America in the years ahead In this way we keep faith with our The Presidentmade no mention of a question already stirring Con gress whether federal education aid should go only to states ad hering to the Supreme Courts rul ing barring race segregation in public schools One reason Congress got no where in the last session on school aid was a split over this question Eisenhowers plan for needier states to get the biggest share of federal money collides with a bill by Rep Kelley DPa which would supply in federal grants over a fouryear period This bill already approved by the House Education Committee is due for early action on the House floor Kelley Plan The Kelley plan would provide money to the states on the basis of the number of school age chil dren in each In presenting his program Ei senhower cautioned that it should be considered only as an emer gency measure designed to help states and local communities over come the nations critical class room shortage within five Once this shortage is overcome the federal grant program can and must Eisenhower said The states and localities should go forward without federal unds to meet their current and uture needs Present construction evels indicate their ability to do Eldorado Woman Is Victim of Crash ELDORADO Charles Hoover 41 Eldorado was killed Wednesday in a two ruck collision a mile west of here on a country road Authorities said her pickup truck skidaed on a patch of ice into the ath of an oncoming truck driven by Leslie Gissel Waterloo Both rucks skidded into a deep ditch Gissels truck landing on top of Mrs Hoovers Gissel was not hurt 4TH ATOM SUB WASHINGTON f the Navys fourth atomic sub marine and the first to be built in government shipyard will start fficially on Jan 25 The Navy nn ounced Wednesday the date for lying the keel of the submarine word fish at the Portsmouth N naval shipyard A fact sheet issued by the De partment of Welfare in connection with the Presidents message esti mated that school construction needs over the next five years will be about classrooms This summary also said that state and ocal governmentswill build classrooms this year at a cost of 2V billion dollars The President set forth a pic ure of a nation with school rooms already jammed and the shortage growing sharply Today hundreds of thousands of children study under over crowded conditions in half day or 3oiibledup school sessions or in Dormant Storm Area Brings More Rain Chills to Florida f The Associated Press A dormant storm center off the Atlantic Coast brought more wet nd chilly weather to wide areas n the Eastern third of the nation hursday Florida and other Southeast tales hit by the seasons coldest eather since Sunday didnt get much warming In contrast mild winter weather prevailed in most arts of the Northeast A mixture of rain freezing rain nd snow continued to dampen road sec I ions from Maine to western Tennessee and northern Alabama and Georgia Falls were light in most places The nearly steady flow of cold air into the Southeast pushed by northerly winds kept temperatures far below seasonal levels They were in the 40s and 50s in most of the Southeast Wednesday How ever Miamis high was 63 Thurs day morning the mercury had dropped to 45 in Miami 2 degrees lower than 24 hours easier The cold weather in Florida has caused millions of dollars damage to tender growing vegetables makeshift buildings not designed as Eisenhower said Hold Responsibility He cautioned that the respon sibility for public education rests with the states and the local com And he said federal action which infringes upon this principle is alien to our Nevertheless he remarked that the nations history has ohown the fed eral government can and should help localities solve problems of nationwide scope Clearly this is the kind of situation we face to day in considering the school class room In the program there are a num ber of devices the administration figures will level out the educa tional situation throughout the country Chief among them are provisions to give the biggest share of the money to the states that need it most and give sort of a bonus to states which up to now have done the best job of coping with the school problem We must recognize that some states have more financial re sources than Elsenhower said We must recognize that a weakness in education anywhere is a weakness in the nation as a whole Federal appropriations will most quickly accomplish the most ood if a relatively large share of Federal funds is distributed where ocal and state resources are least adequate to meet classroom The President proposed vays of fulfilling this principle l In distributing federal funds amounts per schooingc child   

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