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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 31, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS NEiGH B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LXII Packers Prodded by Ezra Wants Costs Tightened CHICAGO of Ag ricullure Benson told meat pack ers Tuesday to tighlen up your cosls because he said Ihe farmer is bearing more than the full brunt of price Benson said also the Departmenl of Agriculture is stepping up its pork buying program in an effort to bolster hog prices and will do everything possible to help develop new markets abroad he added in a speech prepared for the National Swine Industry Commitlee of the Farm Bureau Federation we do not in tend to contribute to Ihe problems of livestock farmers by approving any program for the government to purchase and store vasl quan tities of meal producls for which il has no visible outlet We feel that this would do ir reparable injury to the Marketing Costs Benson told packer representa tives on the Industry Committee which also includes producer spokesmen thaihe has been ex tremely concerned because mar keting margins have been rising while farm hog prices declined Saying he realizes that wage scales and freight rates have ad vanced Benson said these higher costs have been offset in part by increased volume and all the farmer has gotten has been low prices and sharply reduced in I want to speak very bluntly with the secretary said It is essential that marketing mar gins be kept in line so they do not exceed real costs and that farmers be paid as much as pos sible for their products I urge you in industry to tigbl en up your cosls Keep your prof ils and margins in line wilh the historic pattern of a large volume small The live stock farmer Is bearing more than the full brunt of price decline at a time when his costs are going up Full Brunt This is no time to take advan tage of the American farmer As a nation we simply cannot afford to let him carry the full brunt of in creased processing and distribu tion costs yes even increased prof ils hi other sectors of the meat industry I state emphatically that I will not stand idly by during such times without defending the farmer with every means at my Benson did not indicate in his prepared remarks what steps he might take if processing profits reach a point he regards as out of line although he said his depart ment and the farmer have no de sire to interfere with or change the legitimate functions of the in I believe firmly youre entilled lo a fair he said The White House Monday reject ed congressional demands that the administration instilule a program of buying hogs or agree lo support hog prices at specific levels Sher man Adams presidential assistant said there are lob many difficul ties and objections to the propos als Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JANUARY 31 1956 This Paper Consists of Two One NO n All About The Weather Mason City Considerable cloudi ness with snow flurries Tuesday night and Wednesday Not so cold Tuesday night low 05 above High Wednesday 1218 Iowa Partly cloudy to cloudy with occasional snow flurries Tues day night and south portion Wednesday Low Tuesday night 05 north 1015 soulh FiveDay Iowa Temperalures will average 10 lo 15 degrees below normal Normal high 32 north and 36 soulh Normal low 13 north to 17 south Cold Wednes day and Thursday becoming warmer Saturday and Sunday Precipitation near quarter inch occurring as light snow in south casl about Thursday Minnesota Fair quite cold Globe Gazette weather data upj to 8 i Maximum 12 Minimum 13 At 8 8 YEAR AGO Maximum 13 Minimum 10 PARTLY CLOUDY CALMS Rev M L King NegroAmBer who has been a leader in the Montgomery bus boy cott attempts to calm a crowd which gathered after his home was bombed Monday night He urged Negroes not to resort to violence TENSION MOUNTS Bomb Blasts Home of Negro Minister MONTGOMERY Ala explosion Monday night damaged a Negro ministers home in a new flareup of violence stemming from the prolonged boycotl by Negroes of the citys transportation system Minutes after the blast the minister who has been an outspoken leader in the boycotl movement appealed to a crowd gathered at the scene to remain calm in the face of mounting racial tension here Police said either a hand gre Chattanooga Dance Broken Up by Fight a hand gre nade or dynamite shattered win dows at the home of the Rev M L King No one was injured in the blast This was the first violence re sorted since the first week of the aoycott last Dec 5 Shots were ired at a few buses during that rirst week but there were no in juries and little damage LCIJU in i The protest movement against bottlethrowing brawl between Ne segregation laws applying to city gro dancers and white spectators buses was touched oft by a fine interrupted a concertdance here jiven Rose Parks a Negro who reMonday night used to move to the rear of a bus Reward Offered Negroes were hurt slightly and The Montgomery City Commisnine Negroes were arrested on dis sion offered a reward of for orderly conduct charges information leading to the arrest Die for the bombing Rev Kings wife their 7weeks old daughter and Mrs Roscoe Williams a neighbor were in the iome alone when they heard a thud like a brick hitting the front They ducked into a back room just as the explosion shattered windows ripped a hole in the porch and cracked a porch column Arriving home 15 minutes after Ihe explosion from a mass meet ing at a church Rev King asked about 300 Negroes gathered outside his home to be Dont gel he said Dont get your weapons He who lives by the sword will perish by he sword Remember that is what God says Law and Order Police Commissioner Clyde Sel lers told the throng I will do everything in my power to bring the guilty parties lo Mayor W A Gayle told Ihe Ne groes that the entire white com munity is for law and order and none of us condone or believe in these sort of A police guard was stationed at the parsonage Monday night King 27yearold pastor of the Dexter Avenue Baptist Church was fined last Saturday for driving 30 miles an hour in a 25 mile zone He denied the charge and blamed his arrest on Gayles statement that the City Commis sion around with boycotters Cedar Rapids Driver Charged in Fatality CEDAR RAPIDS WVCharles E Coleman 28 Cedar Rapids whose car struck and killed Elwood Fos ter 61 Cedar Rapids Friday night was charged Monday with leaving the scene of the accident and with operating a vehicle while his license was under suspension Coleman who gave himself up Sat urday morning was given until Feb 8 to plead to the charges V CHATTANOOGA Tenn ffi Three white persons and three City and county officers waded VrfiVJ UliVA L D ind conviction of those responsiinto a barrage of flying bottles and chairs to break up the melee No estimate was available on Ihe number of participants The fight came during the clos ing hour of a dance and concert which featured Roy Hamilton a wellknown Negro singer The af fair was primarily for Negroes but a special section of Memorial Au ditorium was reserved for white spectators Police said the touched off when her of the Hamilton troupe sat down in the dress circle an area surrounding the dance floor and reserved for the white spectators Another Negro also unidentified tried to remove him and the two affray was a Negro mem fighting officers said Negro dancers joined in the brawl and botlle throwing by both races began Officers said it was not known whether whites or Ne groes hurled the first object Police dispersed the crowd in about an hour and made the ar rests Little Hope Seen for Prompt Warming Trend The mercury crawled down into the bottom part of the thermome ter during the night and Ihe Wealh er Bureau said there was liltle hope for a warmingtrend before Thursday Sibley reported a low temperature early Tuesday of 17 below zero and Spencer had 14 be low Mason City had 8 below zero and other lows ranged up to 9 above zero at Lamoni SAME White flag means no traffic death In past 24 hours More Red Ships Seized Off Norway Coast AALESUND Norway Norwegian naval units Tuesday seized three more Soviet fishing the total to seven trawlers and a factory ship in two days The seizures were made after the Soviet vessels violated Nor wegian territorial waters by fish ing inside the forbidden fourmile limit A temporary Norwegian naval command was set up at Aalesund to deal with the continuing viola tions Norwegian Foreign Min ister Kallvard Lange also sped home from Denmark to deal with the growing danger of an inter national incident He and his cab inet prepared a formal protest to the Reds The navy brought up a sub marine depot ship to haul in the three additional Soviet violators Tough Norwegian sailors flour ishing pistols and machine guns boarded and captured four Red fishing boats and a factory ship Monday Torpedo boats again raced out at dawn Tuesday after radioed reports from Norwegian fishermen said several Red boats which escaped Monday sneaked back during the night Heavier warships steamed from north and south to the area be tween Stad Foreland and Svinoey lighthouse on orders radioed from the west coast navy head quarters at Bergen The commander of one Norwe gian boarding party fired two warning shots into the deck of a Russian ship at the feet of its captain when he refused to fol low orders to sail into port The captured ships were part of a Russian fishing fleet of 70 to 80 ships spotted taking herring well within the fourmile limit of Norwegian waters The swift armored torpedo boats dashed into the middle of the fleet catching it by surprise Mollet in Quest of Support Gets Backing of Commies rrom Our Wire Services Mollet secretary general of the Socialist Party ap peared assured of sucess in his bid for the premiership Tuesday when Party Boss Jacques Duclos pledged him Communist support Duclos action meant the repub lican front Cabinet Mollet pro poses will get the 151 Communists votes in the National Assembly in addition to support from the So cialists the RadicalSocialists and various small center parties The Communist leader announced his support for the premier desig nate despite two planks in the Mol let platform which the Commu nists call for a stronger North Atlantic Treaty Organization and a new drive for the unuifica tion of Western Europe Appeal for Power Mollet stressed both points in the foreign policy section of his state ment of policy when the National Assembly convened to hear his ap peal for power The Communist tactic was in line with the partys recent strate gy and Socialists Mollet has op posed any link with the Reds Duc los move seemed designed to im pose such an alliance and to head off the formation of a national union bloc of the left and center parties In his bid for power Mollet also called for a new deal for Algeria which would strengthen the un breakable union of that North African territory with France Cabinet List His Cabinet list includes Gen Georges Catroux in the new post of resident minister in Algeria and former Premier Pierre Mendes France his political ally as njin ister of state without portfolio MendesFrance during his premier ship was responsible for initiating the agreement granting the pro tectorate of Tunisia Algerias east ern neighbor more self govern ment and reducing antiFrench agi tation among The 50yearold Mollet had his troubles almost up to the time for the vote Two Gaullist cabinet members walked out at the last minute and he had to fill their posts from among his other sup porters MendesFrance who teamed up with Mollet to form a republican was miffed because Mollet was cool to the idea of making him the foreign minister This move was taken to appease the anti MendesFrance MRP WASHINGTON Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden Tues day turned to one of the issues on which their nations differ trade with Red China The two leaders in the second of three days of conferences dis cussed the trade question and other Far East problems at a working Either Herring Beuse to Run CEDAR RAPIDS a tion thai one or the other will seek the Democratic nomination for governor has been given by Maypr Walter Beuse Davenport and Clyde Herring DCS Moines attor ney Beuse told a reporter here he was waiting for Herring to make up his mind whether to run again this year Herring was the party candidate in 1954 If he decided to run I wont gel inlo the Beuse said If he decides not to run then Ill Herring also confirmed this be fore leaving Monday for a speak ing engagemenl in Burlinglon Herring said he would announce his plans soon L E Plummer Northwood thus far is the only announced candidate for the gubernatorial nomination Both Beuse and Her ring spoke highly of Plummer but said the nomination should not go uncontested in a year when it ap pears the Democrats have a good chance of winning the Stalehousc for Ihe first time since 1936 A COMPLICATED P a t s y Glassman 35 center admitted that she fell in love with her 14yearold daughters science teacher LeRoy Byers while trying to discourage the childs infatuation for him Mrs Glassman is asking monthly alimony and custody of their three children on grounds her husband Samuel right was uncommunicative and wouldnt talk to her Glassman has filed a cross complaint Trade With Red China Center of 2nd Days IkeEden Talks restrictions on a few materials Also discussed talks were Red in the Far Eas Chinas bid fo Police Hunting for Man Who Tried to Attack Woman Police Tuesday were searching or a young man who reportedly assaulted Arlene Dishon 33 41G 12th N W Police said the at tempted attack was unsuccessful Mrs Dishon told officers the man followed her east on 6th N E about p m Monday Between Delaware and Pennsylvania he threw her to the ground and tore off some of her clothing she re She freed herself after a struggle The attacker picked up one of her garments before he left she said Mrs Dishon continued on to a Friends home and reported the at tack Police found signs of the struggle and one item of her cloth ing at the scene Middle East crisis which they re viewed generally Monday also re ceived more attention Lowerlevel B r i ti s hAmerican United Nations membership and the talks on both matters were schedfuture of Formosa Britain which uled at the State Department in recognizes the Peiping regime has advance of the White House talks gone along with United States Eden was expected to urge some attempts to keep the Communist modification of the government out of the but is pressure to change its posi 16nation embargo on trade with Red China to allow Britain to re viuiid ctiiuw iJilLalll tvj 1 c HWL nn L n establish part of its onceflourish become involved in a military de ing commerce with the Red main land It was unlikely that the United States would alter its no trade stand although informed sources said there was some possibility of the White House The anagreemehtinthefuture to lit Claim Britain Plans HBomb Blast in 57 LONDON The London News Chronicle said Tuesday Britain will explode its first hydrogen bomb somewhere in the South Pacific next The slory which gave no source for the information said the bomb will be of an immensely powerful threedecker an atomic bomb trigger hydrogen and a an middle shell outer layer uranium A government spokes man declined to confirm or deny the Chronicle report but termed it a very interesting fense of Formosa Eisenhower and Eden planned quick behindthescene moves aimed at staving off the increasing danger of war in the Middle East They were reported ready to call anew for ArabIsraeli peace nego tiations and to appeal once more for a halt to the Middle East arm race The EisenhowerEden conference opened Monday with complete agreement that Russias proposec friendship treaty with the Unitec Stales was put forward Cor propa ganda purposes only Both British and American spokesmen saic Eden fully supported Eisenhower weekend reply rejecting Soviel Premier Nikolai Bulganins pro posal SovietAmeri can pact Both men also were in full agree ment that other Russian tactics in recent months have been aimed at splitting the free world and luring MONTY AND GOSSIP REASON Field Marshal Earl Montgomery of Alamein is shown with Constance Moore the American night club singer whose company says the tabloid London Daily Sketch is getting himtalked about Here they are at a circus party in London They met on the liner Queen Mary in November and again when he visited her backstage after her cabaret act Said she Look here its platonic strictly platonic After all I am a mar ried woman with two tion Ajid Britain does not want to middle of a discussion of the Mid ulcd to continue on a lower level Tuesday at the State Department Eden did not plan to be present but instead wanted to work on Builder of Engine for Wrights Dies tterOKs Highway Program Tax Proposal Given Nod From Our Wire Services WASHINGTON President El senhower Tuesday approved a plan o finance his highway construction program through payasyougo taxation He abandoned his earlier plan for financing it with bonds House Republican Leader Mar in Mass announced the Presi dents decision He said it was made in recognition of a practical situation in of the Democratic leadership to ac cept the bond program Martin said after the GOP con gressional leaders weekly confer ence with Eisenhower that the President decided to yield on tha issue because he wants the high way construction program to get under way Martin told a news conferenca that believes the new program has a good chance of winning approval in Congress Position Clarified Eisenhowers choice Martin said was either to give up the roads or go along with the Democrats program The Republican leader s a i d House Speaker Rayburn and other Democratic members of the House made their position clear at a conference last week Martin made it clear that the new program means higher taxes to finance road building He added it would be up to the House Ways and Means Committee to decide just how to raise the money Martin had said in advance of the White House conference that he would seek the Presidents support for the Democratic move to raise taxes on highway users Martin said he thought there was a good chance of getting a road bill through the Congress this session Martin said frankly after a two hour White House conference that since the Democrats control Con gress the Republicans were left with little choice Martin promised House Demo cratic leaders last week he would raise the highway financing prob lem with Eisenhower Tax Boost Democrats have indicated the tax hike of increases one cent that will include a in the present twocentagallon federal tax on gasoline This would help pay the billion federal share of a prn unsuspccting neutrals into the Soposed 13year billion roadbuild vict bloc The first of the EisenhowcrEclcn ing program In another tax development tha talks recessed Monday night in the House voted 3870 to give farmers a 60mUliondollar annual tax sav east The discussion was schecling by exempting them from pay ing the federal tax of two cents a gallon on gasoline used on their farms Proposed by President Eisen u HJ tJJ iJ lO t I three speeches he is scheduled to hower as one of the nine points make before leaving Washington his farm relief program the bill Friday was passed by a roll call vote with both Democrats and Republicans seeking to claim credit The bill now goes to the Senate The tax exemption applies to gasoline and special fuels used for SAN FERNANDO Calif WjThe fmin but not U man who designed and built the fllcl usccl on the hfihway airplane engine used by the Wright jrothers in their Kitty Hawk flight is dead Charles Edwprcl Taylor 87 died in Foothill Sanitarium Monday night during an asthma attack Early last month Taylor desti ule was in Los Angeles Genera hospital suffering from asthma and the infirmities of age It was earned he had been existing on an pension from the will of Orville Wright Industries Assn fund to care for Taylor for the rest of his life after his plight was learned said he will be buried in Valhalla Memori il Park in Los Angeles alongside surh aviation figures as Bert Acos a and Waller Brookins The which Aircraft set up a General Dies After Rescue in Alaska NOME Alaska Wt Brig Gen John R Noyes commander of the Alaska National Guard died in a Nome hospital Monday night a few hours after his dramatic rescue from the wreckage of a crashed plane Noyes suffered severe and ex tensive freezing and multiple in juries in the crash Friday of a National Guard plane in which he and three others were flying and in four days and three nights spent in the wreckage awaiting the other three received minor injuries   

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