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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NO R T H I O W A N S HOME EDITION Pftu United Pres Full wire Seven Copy Loans to Farmers Increase FHA Gives Helping Hand By WILLIAM EBERLINE DES MOINES A lot of Iowa farmers these days farm fiscal experts say are in much the same position as a city worker who is caught short before payday It isnt uncommon for the city worker in such circumstances to go to a friend and say Hey Joe lend me a fivespot until Satur And that in effect is what many farmers plagued by drought and caught in the hog price squeeze are saying when they go to their banks or the Farmers Home Ad ministration The State Banking Department says loans by Iowas 563 state chartered banks increased more than 75 million dollars in 1955 over MASON CITY JANUARY 28 Paper Consists of Two No H The Farmers Home Administra tion state office said it didnt have exact figures available as to the comparative number of loan appli cations in the first half of fiscal 195556 as compared with 195455 But it estimated the number was about the same though a higher percentage of loans were granted from July 1 to Jan 1 than inthe same period the year before Operating Capital Newton P Black state superin tendent of banking estimates that about 75 per cent of the increase in bank loans in 1955 is accounted for by farmers who needed operat ing capital And Kermit Hansen state direc tor of the FHA said virtually all the applications his agency had re ceived were for funds to permit farmers to get their operations un der way in 1956 To gojback to that city fellow for might find couldnt tencnhitarjLny motieV right Mv Washington state game department helicopter lett herds a string of elk over snowy hills to new feedinggrounds at nearby Oak Creek as part of a longrange winter feeding program The v v I v N i x v r v X game department helicopter AP Wircphoto idea is to draw the animals away from the Yakima Valley orchards and concentrate them where theyll be protected from winter storms This tnightv be becausejoe wouldnt have money to pay his own bills if he granted the loan or for any of several reasons Maybe Joe has had an unhappy experience with lending money to this fellow before Perhaps he has reason to believe hell never get his dough back Or maybe the request was for more than Joe feels he can lend Thats exactly the position the banks and the FHA sometimes find themselves in Theonly differ ence is that in many cases the lending agencies are required by law to take such a position and Joe isnt Commercial Rates Black agreed that commercial bank rates today make it almost prohibitive for a farmer to bor row operating funds at a bank But itisnt anything done by the banks in Iowa to crack down pn he explained Its be cause the Federal Reserve system raised the discount The discount rate is the amount charged by the Federal Reserve banks for advancing money on commercial paper Anincrease in the discount rate forces lending banks to raise their interest rates thus making loans more expensive for the borrower Hansen said the FHA so far has had money enough to handle all the proper loan applications it has received and he believes the agen cy can get as much more as nec But he added Sometimes farmers ask us to Demos Plan Race for Top Offices By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES one of the few times in many years there will be contests for Democratic nominations for almost all of the top off ices in Iowas 1956 primary election The reason Jake More cratic state chairman this i is thai this xis a TO COUNTERACT THE WEST Red NATO Talks Atoms PRAGUE Czechoslovakia UP Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M Molotov Saturday hinted here that Russia is ready to arm its Red NATO allies of eastern Europe with atomic weapons Molotov spoke at a meeting of the eightnation Warsaw pact consultative committee which ad mitted East Germanys new army to full membership brought up theWestern NATOs x We fed that we can yrin and men are willing to go oh th Political sources feel that tw other factors have been infiuencinj Democrats to come out for nomi nations One is the continued oppo sition to More by one segment o the party The other is 5th Distric opposition to Clyde Herring over his election to the state committee in 1954 Filing Deadline do things we are prohibited from doing The biggest loan we can make is and we have to turn down applications for bigger Hansen explained that the only exception to this rule is that after an original loan has been made up to more can be advanced to the same person if some act of God such as a drought or other catastrophe wipes out the farmers crop and makes it impossible for him to pay his original loan on time Large Operator Sometimes we get a request usually from a large operator for more than and we have to turn it said We also are required to deny a loan if we know in advance that wont be enough to do the job the farmer wants to One interesting thing Hansen find Is that from July 1 until Christmas last year received almost no applications for loans But they really poured in after He attributed this to a wait see policy on the part of the Although the filing deadline still is two months away there have been announcements or expectec candidacies such as to cause con tests for the Democratic nomina tions for senator governor attorneys general commerce com missioner and four of the eight congressional district positions The filing deadline is Saturday March 31 Contesting for the partys nomi nations in the Monday June 4 pri mary election are senator Luimind F Wil cox Jefferson and R M Spike Evans Arpolds Park Governor Lawrence Plummer Northwood and an expectation oi either Clyde Herring Des Moines or Walter Beuse Davenport Attorney w a r d R Fitzgerald Des Moines and Don Des Moines and a possibility of William Welch Lo gan District Races Commerce E Lint Des Moines and an ex pectation of Walter A Vaughn Clinton 1st District B Donald and Henry Mc CuHough Davenport 3rd District Miclch Charles City and Dan J P Ryan Parkersburg 5th District Ncal Smith Des Moines and an expectation of State Rep William Denman James Mc Laughlin or Leo Frenzel all of Des Moines 7th G Carlson Audubon and John Jensen Kim ballton murky weather that covered most of the state There was rain anc drizzle at The rainfall put an icy glaze on highways in parts of northern and eastern Iowa where the mercury itayed below freezing Elsewhere he moisture merely removed some of the snow from the ground The Weather Bureau said it now appears northern Iowa will not get he heavy snow predicted earlier he rain and drizzle was expected o end in western Iowa Saturday morning and in eastern Iowa dur ng the afternoon Colder air was due to spread lowly across the state during the lay and the Weather Bureau said L would become more noticeable luring the night Temperatures unday afternoon will be mostly in he 20s with a few in the 30s in the outheast SIBLEY TAKEN stoJe at least from the Dodson Service Station here Friday to Miss State By AiiocUted Presi People sloshing around in wha massed for atmosphere in Iowa Saturday looked to other people much like goldfish swimming in muddy water It was all on account of the Man Electr6cuted in Accident at Monona MONONA Dahms 25 JaspeT who lived here he past six was electro uted while installing insulators on power line about 8 miles east of here in Allamakee County Friday About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and colder Saturday night and Sun day Lows Saturday night 1318 Highs Sunday 1824 owa Partly cloudy and colder Saturday night and Sunday Low Saturday night 1218 northwest 2428 southeast Minnesota Windy and colder Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Maximum 33 Minimum 24 At 8 33 Precip 14 in YEAR AGO Maximum 1 Minimum 11 decision of last year to equip its member a r m i e s with tactical atomic The Western decision Molotov said compels us in order to support international peace and security to consider the question of joint measures out of this War saw pact intended to widen the coordination of efforts and in crease the defense of the participant Theconsultative committee of the Warsaw pact powers ended a by V German Defense Miaister Gen WillCStopf a deputy chair man of the joint command headed by Soviet Marshal Ivan Koniev The defense ministers of the seven other Warsaw pact powers movement They cited the crea tion of a West German army equipped with rockets atomic weapons and the old Nazi gen eral staff under exHitlerite 3 A National Peoples must be created in East Germany to offset the West German mili The inclusion of the East Ger in the Red NATO IL expected to get top priority on the inda Russia Czechoslovakia Hungary Romania Bulgaria Albania and are deputy chairmen The eight nations and their as sociate East Germany launched the first meeting of the organiza tionspolitical consultative com mittee here Friday They de nounced Western aggressive cir cles and the revival of West Ger man One after another spokesmen outlined main points of the official Red attitude toward the world They were 1 The Communist nations want peace 2 The Western nations are try ing to frustrate the world peace Pioneer Chewing Gum Manufacturer Dies SOMERVILLE N J io M Adams 102 pioneer in the manufacture of chewing gum died Friday at his home FURNITURE BURNED DES MOINES fire destroyed a warehouse stocked vith new furniture owned by the BruceCobbs Furniture Co Friday More Added to Road Toll Bj The Associated Press Three more traffic deaths one of them caused by a hitandrun mo torist were added Saturday to Iowas highest toll this year mak ing a total of five killed in two days ids The latest victims were Elwood Foster 61 Cedar Rap Henry Clinton Shomer 5G Rt 1 Sumner Harold Brown 28 Clinton Foster was struck and killed in stantly in a Cedar Rapids residen tial district Friday night by a mo torist who failed to stop He lived alone and his body was not identi fied for several hours after the ac ident Shomer was killed late Friday when his car and one driven by John J Klietsch 67 Fairbank col lided on a gravel road near West gate in Fayette County of Waterloo Both men were alone Brown father of four small chil dren died at a hospital early Sat urday of injuries suffered in a raffic accident two hours earlier Sis wife Lucille 27 was hospital ized with a possible concussion se vere cuts and shock Ike Replies to Proposal of Bulganin WASHINGTON ffl Presiden Eisenhower has replied to Sovie Premier Buiganins proposal for a AmericanSoviet friendship treaty and the White House announce the exchange of correspondenc will be made public late Saturday Diplomatic authorities said the understood the Presidents repl was a polite rebuff of the Bulgani proposition but was designed 1 keep open of commu nication between Kisenhower an the head of the Soviet governmen James C Hagerty presidentia press secretary announced tha the exchange of correspondence was placed in the hands of news men at 2 for publication three hours later It was reported that the release ime had been worked out in ful understanding with the Soviet gov ernment There had been speculation tha the reply would not be sent unti after British PrimeMinister Sir Anthony Eden arrived here am egan conferences with the Presi dent on Monday However both White House and State Department officials felt that n the interest of worldwide public understanding and accuracy the reply should be sent and the whole ixchange made public at the ear iest possible moment Furthermore it was felt that ince Buiganins letter delivered o the President last Wednesday vas addressed strictly to the United States it should have trictly American answer At the same time officials af irmed again Saturday what they tiave been saying since the Bui anin proposal was first reported This was that a treaty which mere y declared in glowing general ihrases a friendship in pursuit of teace between the United State nd Russia would contribute noth ing to real peace and might cre te false impressions of security hroughout the free world COlDEft in oilslick flood water firemen ground Friday battle flames at the Ford Motor Co plant at Long Beach Ca Arl by AIRPORT GROUP TOLD Give Ozark Even Break The chairman of the Mason City Airport Commission Friday aslced to give Ozark Airlines an even chance and a break to provide Masoa ity air service Carl A Holvik chairman of the commission said that given such a chance Ozark is liable to surprise its critics Holvik also called for additional space for Ozark in the Mason City terminal so that the air ines can handle their own ticket and traffic control At the same time Holvik said he was pressing Ozark in no un certain terms for better air service to Mason City than they have been providing We want a quick he said Holvik said he was speaking for himself and not for other members of the airport commission At a meeting of the group Friday afternoon a motion was made hat the commission go on record as favoring North Central Air ines as an air carrier for Mason 2ity and that such be made known aefore the Civil Aeronautics Board CAB in Washington Failed to Carry The motion failed to carry Some members said they did not know enough about North Central Air iines The company has headquar ters in Minneapolis The airlines lias asked the CAB for permission to serve Mason City among other midwestern cities Central Airlines Fort Worth only Friday asked the CAB o authorize a northsouth run be tween Kansas City and Minneapo 5s including stops at Des Moines and Mason City Braniff has asked the CAB to be aken off Mason Citys northsouth service In a letter to Holvik Laddie Hamilton president of Ozark Air iines asked the commission again to provide adequate space at the Mason City terminal The letter fol lowed a phone call between Ham ilton and Holvik Holvik said Saturday that the question of more space for Ozark at has been put on the the next meeting of the airport commission Feb 7 Hamilton told Holvik if Mason City jeally wanted to get rid of Ozark then the airline would start the proceedings m Washington themselves and the commission wouldnt have to Holvik pointed out that Ozarks air service to Mason City and h Iowa has improved since the irst of the year Ozark took over the air service from Braniff about six months ago by an order of the TOKYO ROSE Tokyo Rose Free Faces Deportation Future Still in Question Chicago Trouble In his letter to Holvik Hamilton aid the air traffic control center n Chicago was the main cause of he trouble It affects every air arrier serving said lamilton Hamilton said Ozark has or will add more ground time at Dubuque Rockford and Waterloo to give olanes a better chance to main ain schedules According to Hamil on a Sunday morning flight to Ihicago will also be added to the chedule out of Mason City The Mason City commission has barged Ozark with late flights ancelled f light s passengers bumped off at intermediate loints and other difficulties Hamilton said the Sunday morn ng flight will become1 effective eb 1 along with the other pro xsed schedule changes Thieves Enter Enabnit Farm Home at Marble Rock MARBLE tracks n the stairs were the only clues in a burglary Friday at the Ed Enabnit farm homenear Marble ock The theft occurred between p m and 3 p m when the fam y was away from home A watch and tool chest belong ng to Bob Enabnit and nearly n a billfold belonging to Duane nabnitwere taken from an up tairs bedroom Two watches be Dnging to Ed Enabnit were taken rom a dresser in a downstairs edroom Small change in various arts of the house was missing Floyd County Sheriff B F therton is investigating the rob ery The thieves evidently entered he back door the only one that as unlocked he said President Approves Postmaster Selections WASHINGTON OR President Eisenhower has sent to the Senate icse postmaster nominations for owa Robert E Schtiltz Allison eorge E Jenison Belmond Rus sll H Oviatt Goldfield Rex C obinson Hampton Emory A mith Lakola Clifton Lee chmidt Rockforcl ALDERSON W Rose xvhose arid dreamy troops in World War was re leased from prison Saturday but faces possible deportation for her wartime treason Id like to be able to have a 50 50 chance to get back on my said Mrs Iva Ikuko Toguri D Aquino as she left the have no she added Shivering in the 15degree cold but smiling the browneyed wom an answered newsmens questions for about 15 minutes after her 6 release from the Federal Re formatory for women Her father brother and sister sat waiting in an automobile nearby They drove here Friday to take her home to Chicago Mrs DAquino now 39 politely refused to comment on the newly announced deportation action against her Sweet Talk With time off for good behavior Mrs DAquinos 10year sentence for treason ended Saturday She entered the reformatory Nov 18 1949 after being convicted for her wartime broadcasts from Japan which beamed a mixture of trea sonous sweet talk and American jazz to U S servicemen in the South Pacific She sometimes called herself Orphan Annie on the air but her GI listeners called her Tokyo Rose Six Englishspeaking women actually took turns on the broad cast but DAquino born in Los Angeles was the only U S citizen among them She wore a little white hat a trim pearl gray suit and a tan coat for her return to the outside world She acknowledged the out fit was brand new commenting after all Ive been out of circula tion for a She told reporters her husband Felipe DAquino is still in Tokyo working for a newspaper She said she has been corresponding with him DAquino holds a Portuguese passport Does she still feel she was inno cent of treason as she maintained in her trial at San Francisco The trial and the feelings then are passed I hate to open up No Plans What are her immediate plans I really dont know Im going out into the darkness I dont know what I can do because I dont know the restrictions yet I am still under Tokyo Roses European counter part Axis Sally known in real Jifa as Mildred Fisk is also in the fed eral prison here The government warrant served Mrs DAquino will test the fino legal question whether a natural born American can be ordered out of this country
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