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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 27, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LX1I Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 27 1956 This Paper Consists of Two Sectio ctlon Of 12ft One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qulnoy D30 Sunday KCtO 1300 Sunday WOI Ames GIO liilft Thursday WSUI City 910 Saturday Only the Red Cross Can Do This Job GIVING aid lo people in their r terrorstricken flight before the surging flood water which has washed their homes away has about it a certain excitement and glamor Its the Ihing we read most about in the newspapers and see pictured on TV Its im portant and the Red Cross YOUR RED CROSS is always there But the task doesnt end there To the contrary it merely starts there The business of rehabili tating thefloodstricekn families getting them back in their homes and the breadwinners back on their jobs is the one that really calls for skill experi ence and Infinite patience Only the Red Red Cross what the job takes And no glamor attaches to it Mostly its on a personloperson counseling basis with the gen eral public only vaguely aware of what goes on behind the scenes An experienced and sym pathetic Red Cross worker in planning a program for the indi vidual family must be as con versanl with the peculiar prob lems involved as any member of the illfated household When the Water Recedes There is an element of high adventure when homes are break ing away from their moorings and being buffeted about by a rising wall of water But a days later when the water has eceded the scene is one of deso ation and despair Beneath the foot or so of silt are warped anc twisted floors cracked walls sor ryIooking rugs and drapes disappointed hopes Its no place for man or beast Its about this aspect of the Red Cross task that I would visit with you in this the third of my reports based on a week spent in the two hardest hit flood areas oi California earlier Ihis year One of these was Yuba City in North Central Inland California above Sacramento the other was Hum boldt County in the land of the giant redwoods along the Pacific Ocean in Northern California It Has to Be Felt I begin by observing thai un less youve actually looked in upon what goes on in a disaster headquarters in the wake of a flood you simply cant fully com prehend the complexity or the magnitude of the task facing your Red Cross Try as I may in this little piece I am sure I can vague hints It isnt something no more than provide you with some vague hints It isnt some thing that can be described has to be felt During my brief time I had closeup contacts with three dis aster headquarters the first a Yuba City a second at Eureka and a third at nearby Forluna In each place I wandered about th large interviewing room with my ear cocked to catch the drift o the conversation between th flood victims and Ihe trainei caseworkers sent in by Nationa Red Cross Here let me say I wish ther was some more descriptive term for these wonderful people Case worker connotes an attitude of so it seems to me Actually as Ive already in dicated the staff worker on this1 assignment is thinking in terms of not just numbered cases Its a task for the heart no less than for the mind and hand Ive been thinking about this matter for a long time and about the only idea Ive had is to sub stitute the word counselor for It would I think be more definitive of the heart felt itnerest and sympathy these dedicated men and women spe cially trained for their assign ment pour into every case that comes before them HeartWarming Experience It would warm your heart to observe as I did the wonderful attitude of these flood victims who were sensing for the first time in their lives the full broad er meaning of the Red Cross and the full scope of its unselfish and selfless rehabilitation pro gram They mosl other Americans Red Cross responsibility ends with providing food clothing and shel ter for disaster victims during CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 COULD BE CRASH LANDING AP Whephoto Duke of Edin burgh plays footsie with a step that isnt there as he tries to alight from his helicopter aboard the Australian aircraft carrier Melbourne Someone forgot to pull out the retractable step for the visiting duke who flew the copter from Buckingham Castle grounds to pay a cour tesy call to the carrier at Britains Portsmouth harbor SETS CAMPAIGN FUND LIMIT Reds ReElect 11 Members of Soviet Ruling Presidium New Elections Bill to Be Introduced WASHINGTON new elections bill which would permit ndividual senatorial candidates and their backers to spend from up to a maximum of in their campaigns may be utroduced in the Senate this week Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas the Democratic leader told reporters he has every reason to believe wewill have complete and vholehearted cooperation from members of both parties in support f the new bill Tl Killed When We that Superfort Crashes on Ohio Farm DAYTON Ohio 11 men aboard a B50 Superfort bomber died Monday when the plane crashed on a farm south of here Two were civilians The big plane exploded and burned after crashing into the ground between a barn and the of Mrs 0 C Hender son The flames from the explo sion ignited the barn and house Both burned to the ground No one was in the farmhouse or barn at the time of the crash Witnesses said the aircraft ap parently was attempting an emer gency landing on the level ground of the farm field The Superfort was being used as a test plane of the Wright Air Development Center a division of the WrightPatterson AFB Helicopter Rescues Three Fliers MADRID Spain Air Force helicopter Sunday res cued the three survivors of an Air Force transport plane who spent two bitterly cold nights high in the mountains with the bodies of three of their comrades The C47 plane crashed this weekend on a flight from France to Getafe Spain and the wreck age was spotted by a helicopter Two teams of Air Force para uicdics dropped on the scene anc pent Saturday night with the survivors About The Weather MASON CITY Partly cloudy ant cold Tuesday high 1518 Fai and colder Monday night 510 below IOWA Fair to partly cloudy Mon day night and Tuesday Colder Low Monday night zero to 1 below extreme northeast to 10 15 southwest MINNESOTA Tuesday parti cloudy not quite so cold wes portion High Tuesday 51 north 1522 south Globe Gazette ntt weather data up to 8 Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 26 1 3 2fi in ction be taken inthis sessionof ongress on a complete realislic icasure encouraging the fullest ublic participation and the full st public review of all ohnson said The unrealistic limitations in resent statutes will be changed have no doubt that a new mod rn elections bill will be passed y Congress which will put all ontributions under the scrutiniz ng eye of public opinion And it ill carry the machinery for its Sees Support Johnson said he has talked to nfluential House members and elieves they will support a bill imilar to that he is working out n cooperation with Sen Know and of California the Senate GOP leader In its present form the bil ould raise the present elections aw limitation of persona xpenditures by a senatorial can idate to 30 cents per vote casi n the last previous election with minimum ceiling of In New York State the maxi n urn on the former basis woulc e That would cover 11 committee expendilures in be ialf of Ihe candidate as well as hose he personally authorized n states where the 30centavote radio added up to a smaller amount still could be spent in a campaign for a six Improved Farm Bill Kef a liver But Payment Change Needed DBS MOINES MVSen Kefau ver DTenn said Monday he plans to interrupt his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination to return to Washing ton and offer a number of amendments to the farm bill He did not say when this inter ruption would occur Kefauver carrying his cam paign into Iowa said he thought the Senate farm bill now being debated is a vast improvement over what we have but in dicated he thought it needed some different arrangement for production payments to farmers The Tennessee senator told a news conference he disagrees with Secretary Benson that sur pluses are the No 1 farm prob 1 think we can use our sur pluses to good advantage withoul beating the farmer ovev the head with them all the Kefauver said Would Need Corn If we have a substantial rought we would need almost al le corn we now have And L aere were a war we would neec uge amounts of cotton I dont agree with Mr Benson hat we should keep the shelve Dare I think we should have a ubstantial reserve on KefauVer said he thought Che oil bank provisions of the Senate arm bill may have merit in ears to but he added The great need now is for a irogram to give farmers immedi te help I the 90 per cehi arity provision of the Senate bil as hope of giving immediate re ief and the dairy farmers get a itle better break since the bii iiiLs a floor under dairy prices a 0 per cent instead of the presen 5 per cent of The senator added however hat he is not satisfied with the ills provisions for immediate arm benefits He indicated he vould outline in speeches Mon lay night at Sigourney and Tues lay afternoon at Lewis Iowa th amendments he planned to of car office which early pays House Members House members who are paic he same amount would be per milled to spend at least or more if figured on the basi of 30 cents a vote in their gen cral election campaigns The now are limited to in per sonally authorized outlays All expenditures for candi dates in excess of wovilc have to be reported to the Sen ate House and Federal Distric Court in the candidates horn area The Johnson Knowland bi would not apply lo primaries State laws limiting expenditure to smaller amounts would hav priority over the proposed federal law er AP Wircphoto KEFAUVER MEETS K e f a u v e r second from left huddled Sunday with his Iowa backers upon his arrival in Des Moines Kefauver is seeking the Democratic nomination for President M embers of the Iowa Kefauver group are left to right Cecil Malone Atlantic chairman of the group S J Galvin Sheffield secretarytreasurer and Ear D Noller Sigourney farmer 4 Die Over Weekend on Highways By UNITED PRESS Four persons w e r e killed in auto accidents in Iowa durin the weekend to boost the 1956 state highway death toll up to 108 compared with 82 killed in the same period last year William Kostello 13 son of Mrs Richard Beckmann Pleas ant Valley was killed Saturday night when the bicycle he was riding was struck by a car on 67 about onehalf mile west of Pleasant Valley Ted Vosburg 18 Granville died Saturday of injuries suf fered when his car went out of control and crashed on Iowa 10 just east of Granville about mid night Friday Two persons were killed in mishaps Friday night They were Otto George Nieting 48 of near Pomeroy and Daryl Dean Ner eim 20 of Slater Big Issut Kefauver said the farm em is the big domestic issu he campaign for president thi year Farmers feel that pledge made to them have not been kept by the he said For more than three years farm prices have been going down and down with nothing done about it The cost of farm operation has jeen increasing The number of small farmers who have been liquidated alarming Small businessmen automobile dealers and workers n factories where there have jeen substantial layoffs all cor rectly attribute their worsening conditions to the administra tions lack of action on the farm he added The senator said that to assure farmers a decent income he has proposed guarantees of 100 per cent of parity on the first of a farmers sales 90 per cent of parity on the next and 80 per cent from to 000 ONLY HAVE NEW LOOK Dulles Warns Red Aims Not Changed PHILADELPHIA of State Dulles warned Sunday that Russian aims had not changed under a new look foreign policy He said the United States could defeat those aims under a program of continued and expanded economic aid to needy countries In a major speech at the Philadelphia Bulletin Forum Dulles said this countrys basic policy is lo try to hasten the day when Russia will be governed by men who put the welfare of the Rus sian people above world con He described the new look Russian policy as emphasizing political cooperation with left ving Socialists whom they for merly a n d putting heavy stress on trade and eco nomic assistance for less devel oped countries Stating that this policy had won Zhukov Named Alternate By Communist Committee By STANLEY JOHNSON MOSCOW Central Com mittee of the Soviet Communist Party Monday reelected the 11 members of its ruling Presidium Nikita S Khrushchev was re elected first secretary Defense Minister Georgi K Zhukov World War II hero be came a candidate alternate member of the ruling body which was known in Stalins day as the Politburo Thus the socalled collective leadership of the Soviet Union re mained unchanged at the close of the 20th Congress of the Soviet Communist Party As first secre tary Khrushchev remains boss of the party a positionhe assumed in 1953 when Georgi Malenkov re linquished the job The first sec retary is in a position to control the vast party apparatus through out the country Six Alternates The party elected six candidate alternate members of the Pre sidium an increase of four over the previous party Presidium Among them was the first woman ever to serve on the ruling party body A party secretariat of eight members headed by Khrushchev also was elected These are the Presidium Robbery Charge to Be Filed Against Man at Waverly WAVERLY Sheriff Harley Ehlert said a charge of armed robbery would be filed Monday againsf John A Church 49 cap tured by Cedar Falls police Sat urday night after he pulled a gun on arresting officers Church reportedly threatened a Waverly supermarket manager and fled after attempting to cash a check Cedar Falls Police Capt Roger Wood and Sgt Robert Curtis stopped Church in Cedar Falls a few hours later Curtis said when he opened the car door Church drew a gun Curtis and Wood overpowered Church Wood said Church is wanted by police throughout northeast Iowa on bad check charges When ar rested Church had in his posses sion 20 checks each made out for Wood said Thieves Steal Light Meter at C C CHARLES h i c v J s broke the plate glass door in Loves Camera Shop here some time Sunday night or early Mon day morning They stole in cash and a light meter valued a according to police The en trance was gained through the front door and Ihcy left by he roar door H T N S Hundreds of thousands of miles of expert newshacking Thousands of years of professional experience New expanded crew of reporters reporting events from every sector of the globe APPEARING SOON IN THE GLOBEGAZETTE for Russia a considerable popu lar prestige in some Asian and African countries the secretary of state declared confidently we need not be Part of Answer Part of the answer to the new Soviet threat he said is for Con gress to grant authority asked by the administration to commit about 100 million dollars a year or seVeral years towards long range economic development projects in Soviet target coun ries He said also that the govern ment needs about 100 millions more in new money this year han it obtained last year to help counter the Russian campaign In calling anew for greater lee vay in foreign spending Dulles asserted that without this ongrange authority sought by he Eisenhower administration we lake a risk which is quite unjustified having regard to the small cost of avoiding The effort of the President to win congressional approval foi ongr a n g e foreign spending commitments has met generally with disfavor among top leaders Senate Republican Leader owland Calif and Chairman George DGa of the Senate For eigh Relations Committee have openly opposed the idea They contend foreign aid spending should be subject to congres sional review each year Already Asked President Eisenhower already las asked Congress to boost for eign aid expenditures to nearly this year which would include monies for long range projects and the addec 100 millions Dulles spoke of Sun day Dulles making it clear tha he did not wish to minimizi the threat of the Soviet ncv said if the free world play ils proper part if can fac the future not with complaccnc would be with Concerning the shift in Russias foreign policy Dulles said America must assume that the intent behind the Soviet eco nomic campaign is to subvert and communize the nations that are its He also said Today changes in creed and conduct are looked upon as ways to make it easier to achieve old goals of conquest If there is less apparent in olerance and less reliance on iolence there is perhaps more eliance than ever on diversion nticement and duplicity Erbe Announces Candidacy for Attorney General DES MOINES A Srbc 36 of Boone Monday an ounccd his candidacy for the Re ublican nomination for attorney general and said Ally Gen Day on Countryman had urged me o be a Countryman was not at his of ice Monday morning but it eemed clear that he has decided not to seek reelection Countryman appointed Erbe as assistant attorney general in Jan lary 1955 and assigned him to he State Highway Commission 3oth attended the State University f Iowa law school at the same imc Under questioning Erbe told newsmen that his candidacy had Countrymans blessing I wouldnt be running if 1 hadnl had his Countrymans assurance that he wasnt going to Erbe said Mr Country man himself brought it up some ime ago and urged me to be a bers Khrushchev first secretary of the party and a deputy in the Supreme Soviet Fie has been the dominant personali ty in the party since the fall of 1953 when he took over its lead ership while Malenkov still was Premier Nikolai A Bulganin who suc ceeded Malenkov as Premier early in 1955 Lazar M Kaganovich a first deputy premier Supreme Soviet deputy and head of a Wages and Hours Commission for Soviet In dustry Malenkov Also Malenkov former premier until he confessed failure at the job and now a deputy premier minis ter of electric power stations and a Supreme Soviet deputy His ministry came under fire at the recent party Congress A I Mikoyan a first deputy premier Supreme Soviet deputy and foreign trade expert V M Molotov first deputy premier foreign minister Su preme fessed Soviet deputy to an error n He con ideology Taken at Fort Madison FORT MADISON safe at the Idol Rashicl real estate office here was pried open during the weekend and about in cash taken The burglars also ook an esti mated in checks but left some jewelry in the safe The theft was discovered about Sunday when Rashic wenl to his office The real estate office is located across the sired from a cafe which was held up and robbed Sunday morning recently Mikhail G Pervuhkin first deputy premier Supreme Soviet deputy and Malenkovs boss as 21 leading Soviet industrialist Maxim Z Saburov first deputy premier chairman of the State Planning Commission and a Su preme Soviet deputy K Y Voroshilov a Soviet mar shal and comrade of Stalin who now is chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet and in ef fect president but without presi dential power Pravda Editor M A Suslov first named to ths Presidium last July former edi tor of Pravda and long a Cen tral Committee member A I Kirichenko named to the Presidium with Suslov in July He came up from the Ukraine Party organization onca Khrushchevs where he was first secretary Member of the Supreme Soviet The election of Zhukov as an alternate member of the Presi dium once again spotlighted the rising influence of the Soviet armed forces in postStalin Mos cow During Stalins postwar regime Zhukov had been in eclipse ap parently by Stalins will in a military post in the Ukraine Zhukovs slar rose rapidly after Stalins death The marshal a wartime acquaintance of Presi dent Eisenhower became defense minister under Malenkov and was elevated lo defense min ister a ynar when Eiulgartin Save up the lo onktiv nx rcrnicr i   

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