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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 6, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                Newspaper V J t w A 1V HOMf EDITION 1 T f W Arab Leaders Air MidEast s TTTT rsies V f jSVrArab leadersof on the Middle Easts ferment Diplomatswatch warily for developments VV y4i A5abias flew capital XSUffv8 Gamal and Syrias Preside Shukn Al Kuwatly The talks are expected to deal with both feud withIsrael andlhe Another Bulganin r s WASHINGTON UB Presiden Eisenhower is urging Sovie Premier Bulganin to join with the Western Powers in working out aworld disarmament sys tern directed especially to bring under control the nuclear The United States Eisenhower said in a new note to the Krem lin would be prepared to work out safeguarded arrangements so that future production o atomic materials anywhere would no longer be used to en large the stockpiles of ex plosive Eisenhowers Message dated March 1 was delivered to the Soviet Foreign Office Monday It had been delayed in transmis sion by radio difficulties Quick Brushoff Eisenhower gave a quick brushoff Bulganins Feb 1 letter to him appealing for him flow of sai to reconsider his jection of Bulganins proposal for a1 SovietAmerican MendshipV treaty 4 views remain generally a a letter of rejection to Bulgahin on Jan 28 Eisenhow ers new message said px I j i t M J friendship The tone of tiie earlier Eisen hower turndown was that the ground Jis covered by commit ments already made two countries xand a new stir up unjustified optimism that a real settlement v had been w The new White House response WastVdirected largely toward re viving a correspondence which Bulganin opened last fall before the Presidents heart attack In a letter in September Bul ganin severely criticized Eisen howers open sides proposal for AmericanSoviet aerial reconnais sance and an exchange of mili tary Later at the Ge neva conference in November Russia turned down the proposal which had been advanced as a first step toward a disarmamenl system General Steps Bulganin argued for more gen eral disarmament steps and im plied that the aerial inspection plan might be worked into that Disarmament n e g o t i a tions which will demonstrate whether Eisenhowers appeal is having any effect with the Russians will open ia about two weeksin don These negotiations are to be kJdby Jthe United States Bri tain France and Canada with the Soviet Union underU N sponsorship The powers meet as a subcommittee of the U N Disarmament Commission White House Press Officer Mur ray Snyder announced that Har old Stassen Eisenhowers special assistant on disarmament will leava Saturday for London He willv spend a week in preliminary meetings with representatives of the Western Allies before full subcommittee sessions get tinder way Man Charged in Death of Youth MARSHALLTOWN W Ernest Eugene Smith 27 pleaded guilty in Municipal Court Monday to a charge of making beer available to a minor The charge grew out of an auto acci dent nearhere Saturday night in which Jerry Ecklor 17 Marshall town was killed Smith who will be sentenced at a later date was held in lieu of bond The Marshalltown man was ac cused of furnishing beer to Eck lor Harvey Petrie 15 and Ren Owen 20 the driver of Uw involved in the accident possibility of Jordan their military partnership Jordans Le and financed byth Brltishrisrated ing force in the Arab world Now that King Hussein has oustec British Lt t Bagoi Glubb as the legions com rthree big JAra powers would to have i under a unified v command their They have alread offered thesubsidy some 22 million dollars a yea which Britain has paid for th legions T Sharp Reaction Britain reacted Sharply to tK Glubb case and asmarting se1 back in Cyprus the Mediter ranean island colony that is the headquarters for her Middle Eas ground and air forces Prime Minister Ederis govern ment recalled the 15 top Britis officers who had served in the Arab Legion under And i announced it would usev military forces as necessary to end thi killings bombings Cyprus a compromise offer of re stricted selfgovernment to lead ers of a movement broke down The British Monday began jam ming broadcasts by the Athens Radio to shutting off a f V J1 helped to inflame the Cypriots against her Iri reprisal th Athens Radio Tues day itis suspendingthe relay o British Broadcasting Comp broadcast Old Struggle jfld ArabIsraeli struggle f nJai words anddeeds i jJenisalem Israeli For sign Office accused i Egypt o massing fighting forces inside and the Sinai Pen usula and condemned vwhat it called the increasing belligerency of the toneof public antiIsrael pronouncements Nasser am other Egyptian leaders In Amman a commentator for Jordans radio called Gen Glubb a guardian and defender of the De spite the legions record in the 1S48 Palestine War the commen atorTdeclared Glubb had reduced it to a parade army rather than maintaining it as a striking force In Damascus a Syrian officia said Syria has warned the U N xuce organization of the serious ness of recent unusual military concentrations of Israeli troops around Lake Tiberias The Sea of Galilee and within the Syrian Israeli demilitarized rAII About The Weather Tuesday night and Wednesday with snow late Tuesday night and Wednesday Low Tuesday night 1520 High Wednesday near owa Partly cloudy and colder Tuesday night Wednesday cloudy with snow northwest and rain and snow mixed else where colder north Low Tues day night 1520 north 20s south FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 6 to 8 degrees be low normal in the nortK to 3 to 6 degrees ui the south Nor mal maximum 37 north to 45 south and normal minimum 18 north to 24 south It will be cold Wednesday with a second drop in temperature near Sat urday Precipitation wffl range from Vt inch in the north to Vi inch in the south occurring as snow and rain Wednesday and again on Friday and Friday night Minnesota Flurries colder Globe Gaxette weather data to 8 a m day Maximum Minimum At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum PRIEST COR HELD AT crazed gun man right holds a gun on a priest center and a pphce officer in Philadelphias KeyburnPlaza early Tuesday A second policeman is standing by the ear at left unable to help the two forfear of the gunman em This dramatic time exposure was made Bulletin photographer Russell Hamilton the CRAZED GUNMAN FINALLY CAPTURED Priest Officers Hostages PHILADELPHIA Acrazed gunman held a priest and two policemen hostage Tuesday in a stolen patrol car during a twostate chase that ended with his capture by onte of his police prisoners The gunman Joseph Ma dara 32 told a reporter that Thompson Westinghouse Strike May t Be Near End T said ap parently hoped to become inx yolyedin a shooting fray near City Hall in the hope he might Lynch and his wife still being brbadcast hecame back over the bridge drove phia and to his wifes home As he started to leave the car the policeman Edward Wither and disarmed him taking Madaras pistol and the two he had seized Acirepts Plan Westing house Electric Corp Tuesday ac cepted a government plan fqr settling the 142day strike at its plants No word came n immediately rom the striking union the In ernational Union of Electrical Workers as to whether it would accept the plan The settlement proposal pro viding for a compromise on all pendingissues was submitted to sides last Saturday by a hreeman panel of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Serv Special Panel In a brief statement the com any said Westinghouse management ac epts ihe settlement terms rec ommended by the special panel o mediators After a thorough study of the1 recommendations manage ment feelaf the proposed settle ment is fair to both company and If the IUE accepts the recom mendations our employes can be gin to return to their jobs tomor The strike involving about XX workers in 40 plants began ast October and developed into the longest major walkout in two decades Some i The IUE wasreportedbalking at some terms of the govern ments settiementfplazu James B Carey IUE president was reported objecting to one phase of the plan that would sub mit to arbitration thequestion of whether or not some 36 dis harged workers should be re stored to theirl jobs The settlement has ot beenmader report ed to propose full job restoration or approximately 60 strikers ired for allegedstrike violence ut would have the job rights of J6 others left to arbitration Eventual acceptance by the nion of the settlement plan was onsidered likely Kampmeyers Fine Sentence Reduced DBS MOINES UP Federal udge Willutm F igned order reducing a sen and fine Impoced against ohn P Kampmeyer 65 Sioux ity who was convicted on in come tax evasion charges Kamp meyers sentence was cut in half by the order and a fine reduced to PoHce said Madara was a SU S Navy veteran and had been under treatment for a mental condition Part pursuit through Philadelphia was atw a leisurely pace with the stolen a dozen other police for red traf thaji jpursuelthe stolen car which to6kr off at high speeds towards the home of Madaras estranged wife in Northeast Philadelphia carstopped akone Lynch was let out Hef another pa trol car and started broad casting appeals to Madara Madara continued mumbling unintelligible answers Then Thompson was put on the police radio Madara s wife was moned and she broadcastr an appeal By this time Madara hadapproached Bristol Ty IJC up to better than 70 miles an UP again with 10 police Vintif YJ TheDaily News said that Madara indicated on the telephone that unless a doctor and priest were sum moned according to his wishes someone might be hurt Father John Lynch had been summonedand Madara forced him into the car also Other police discovered what had happened but fearing for the safety of the three host A roadblock was set up on the bridge but Madara went through When he was on the New Jersey side his con tinued her come on home and talk it Police said he fired twice at New Jersey troopers but missed each time Still fearful for their comrades police held their fire Then with pleas from Father Duane Orton to Oppose Hickenlooper Atlantic Farmery Claris ATLANTIC Orton 46 Atlantic farmer said Wednes day hewill be for th Jtepublican nomination for the Senate seat held by Bourke B Hickenlooper Orton has tendered his resig nation as treasurer of the newly formed National Farmers Organi zation It will be acted on March 19 at a board meeting at Corning Orton told United Press be nade his decision to run after a elephone conversation with Rep H R Gross Gross as sured me that he doesnt intent to seek the Dirt1 Farmer Orton said previously he would not go after the GOP nomination n the June primaries if Gross o Waterloo decided to run I plan to emphasize the need of a genuine dirt farmer to repre sent a state like Iowa it being as much agricultural as it HELD HOSTAGE These two police officers and priest the capture of the crazed gunman Left to right are Patrolman John Brady the Rev John Lynch and Detective Edward Wither spoon AP GUNMAN heavily Joseph Ma dera is held down in a poiice he was captured Tlie arrest oamfr after a tense threehour chase Orton said He said Iowa should have a farmersenator at least once in Opposes Stand Orton said he was opposed to Hickenloopers stand for flexibl price supports The NFO has pro tested sagging farm prices and backed 100 per cent of parity guarantees and rigid price sup ports Orton who farms 240 acres in Adams County near Corning sale ie will wage an active campaign over the entire state Elthon Planning Senate Race Source Claims DES Leo Elthon RFertile is planning to run for the State Senate an au horitative source said Tuesday Elthon who had been men as a possible opponent of Gov Leo Hoegh in the Republi can primary is expected to make formal announcement Wednes day Elthon was reported to have been in Des Moines Monday to confer with friends on his politi al plans He was not immedi ately available for comment on the report concerning his 3956 in ehtions If Elthon runs for the Senate it in the WorthMitchell Winnebago district now repre sented by Sen Jacob Grimstead RLake Grimstead has aken out nomination papers for reelection Elthon announced last fall he would not seek reelection as lieu tenantgovernor Neff No Crime But ifestly improper Activities in the natural gas bill but that he sees nothing illegal in themV V George heads a special investigating committee which Monday Wound up public hearings into Neffs offer of a campaign donation rejected by Sen Francis George said the evidence indicates Neff in a clear pattern of activities in five states to drum up support for the measure newsmen Its and he told improper but no crime was com mitted as far as I can A federal grand been conducting its own inquiry to see if there is evidence of any law violation George said Case was to be commended for the actionhe took in telling the Senate dur ing the gas bill debatethat he was rejecting the offered him by Neff he feltit represented an abnormal inter est in his vote on the bill Case voted against the measure when the Senate Bilf President Eisenhower subse quently vetoed the bill which would have exempted natural gas producers from direct federal regulation Eisenhower said he did so because tactics were used in its behalf George said it is his opinion that Neff was trying to make good with the people who put up the money in phone in Nebraska vSbutiTDako ta Iowa Montana andWyoming The he offered Case and he contributed to Nebraska Republican party funds came from Howard B Keck president of the Superior Oil Co of Califor nia These funds were passed along to him Patman of Austin attorneyfor Su perior s No Money Taken George said that i while these operations indicated a pattern of efforts to win sentiment among senators for the gas bill actual ly no senator took any money so far as the evidence So far as I he said there was no legaloffense com mitted I dont know what the De partment of Justice will George said Neff was not frank in the first place about his Georges committee is due to the Demos to Hold the F f v Senate New York HerafdTributw Service Special to the GlobeGaxette WASHINGTON President Eis enhowers decision to run second doesnt most hopeless Republicau Senate f tjy ovqta margin in tfie Senate now Even with thes President on the ticket1 Democrats are still favored to in crease their slender Senate jority injthe November election But in the the dents name on ballot well mean theT difference Democratic or1 Republican0 trol Republicans f a c e di sharply uphill battle for control before the President sVnhouncV ment They must defend more districts than Demoi crats But now the great vote getting power of the President wilTaid them In 1952r Democratic overall than theRepubllcansfdei site M Eisenhowers enor spite mous it was just tha ings by Saturday but the chair man said it may be necessary to seek a short extension to permit drafting of the report Another special eightman com mittee has been set up by the Sen atetomakoa broader inquiry into campaign contributions and any improper attempts to influ ence legislation Sen Goldwater a member of this bipartisan group in a weekend television in terview he had received a campaign donation from a Mr No first names were used and from the questioning it jeared that Goldwater referred to loward B Keck the Superior Oil lead To Launch Balloons Early Next Week IOWA CITY Iowa City irport will be the launching site or three huge skyhook bal oons carrying State University of o vv a cosmic ray apparatus tarting next week if weather per mits The first flight is sched led for a m next Monday of the cori the Republicans tbeirrazoredge ma jorities Senate and v Hurricane Hunters Plan The menwho will have to plot the courses of1956 hurricanes al ready are making plans The Air Force will put into service B29s equipped with new electronic yardsticks which measure lay radar the force and direction of winds at flight level The new de vice will save precious time in plotting storms which may be headed for populous areas ifc No Tax Cut f Chances of a preelection tax cut are dwindling It now seems certain the administration will propose a tax reduction only if it concludes that taxes should be trimmed to prevent a business dip Many Republicans who had been backing a tax cut forits votegetting appeal decided the maneuver wasnt necessary when President Eisenhower an to run again JV TV Truman Disgruntled Former President Truman is so upset at the way national Democratic leaders have failed to ask for his advica lately that he has written friends he will not be a delegate from Missouri at the Democratic Na tional Convention in Chicago next August He said however he and his family would like to at tend the convention as guests Trumans big peeve at the mo ment is Adlai E Stevenson who has refused flatly to make the slambang campaign President thinks is needed Ibis beat President Eisen year to hower SAME Woo Farm VoU The Republican National Com mittee has launched an impres sive and widespread advertising campaign in the nations farm areas to win back to their party Republicans w ho are unhappy over the farm income situation The campaign is based on large advertisements in farm journals and country weeklies urging farmers to help Dee pass the farm program by notifying their Congressmen to get behind Presi dent Eisenhowers solution of the farm problem The Republican committee says the response to date is more than gratifying The Senate Internal Security1 Subcommittee is just scratching the surface thus far ia ita in quiry into Soviet Secret Police tivities ia United   

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