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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T HI NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Prww and United Full Wirei Seven at Copy MASON CiTY IOWA THURSDAY MARCH 15 This Paper Consist at Two SectionsSection 1M TERRIER ROCKETS ON FIRING LINENeedlenosed Terrier rockets uper some antiaircraft missiles are readied for launching from mounts aboard the USS JBostpn the Navy s first guided missile cruiser on maneuvers in the Caribbean The Terrier can intercept and destroy attacking aircraft under any weather conditions and with uncanny accuracy Georgi Reaches England LONDON Soviet Premier Georgi Malonkov rived in London Thursday for a tour of Britains electric and atomic power installations It was his first trip to a free coun try outside the Iron Curtain His arrival was cloaked by strict security arrangements Scotland Yard made it hard for anyone to get a p e e k at him through a thicket of elaborate safeguards as he flew in from East Berlin But Malenkov chose to crack the capitalist protection screen by scheduling an airport news conference immediately Sound Track A sound truck patrolled the highway outside the airport blar ing Keep the Red beasts when his plane landed As Soviet minister of electric power stations Malenkov is here for a threeweek tour of power facilities at the invitation of the British central electrical au thority Nobody knew for sure which one of the two Russian planes Malenkov was aboard until his pudgy face showed at the door of the first plane to land He was met by Lord Citrine chair in a n of the central elttc trical author ity and the MALENKOV minister of fuel and power Au brey Jones Malenkov waved his hat as he stepped onto British soil He shook hands with Jones and Lord Citrine as Soviet Ambassador Ja cob Malik beamed Meets Newsmen Malenkov met eight selected newsmen at the conference He told them his mission was to ac quire knowledge of the system of public power supply and the op eration of public water But he added that his visit would doubtless make for strengthening of business His intinerary includes visits to several of Britains largest elec t r i c a 1 manufacturing plants These are now barred from deal ing with the Soviet under the Wests embargo on strategic trade with Iron Curtain countries Maivern Driver Killed in Crash RED OAK G Fitzgerald 21 Malvern was killed early Thursday when his car slammed into a bridge across ihe East Nishnabotna River Vfc mile west of here on U Police said most of the left sitto of the car was sheared off Fire a Day Will Keep JJaddyAway SAVAGE Md Ki Three young callers on the fire chiefs daughter Thursday faced arson charges for a fire state police said was set to keep the chief hny w wnn1rlntsend them home early Detective Sgt Wilton May said the youths set fire to an expensive horse training barn at nearby Laurel a week ago The barn with an indoor track and 100 mahogany stalls was destroyed as were two thoroughbreds a riding horse a trotter and a pony The loss was put at William Murray 16 was charged with arson and held in bail for grand jury action after Howard County Judge James MacGill waived juvenile jurisdiction Formal charges of arson were to bejiled Thursday Sgt May said against Jerry Knis ely 22 and Thomas OKeefe 18 who were held at the Water loo State Police Barracks Sgt May said his investiga tion disclosed the youths were frequent callers on the 14year old daughter of Fire Chief Lewis S Redmond and that the chief had shooed them home on several occasions There was a standing rule in the Redmond home that the boys had to leave by 9 May said Increase in State Road Accidents DES fie accidents during 1955 totaled an increase of over 1954 the Iowa Safety Department said Thursday Milo Chalfant director of safety responsibility said accidents dur ing 1955 resulted in personal and property damage amounting to This was an increase of over 1954 he said rAII About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy and warmer Thursday night Part ly cloudy and warmer Friday Low Thursday night 1015 High Friday 3237 Iowa Mostly fair Thursday night and Friday Warmer Friday Low Thursday night 1018 north east 1825 southwest Minnesota Cloudy and warmer Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Thurs day Maximum 26 Minimum 2 At 8 a m YEAR AGO Maximum 46 FAK WARMER Minimum 25 Money Bill Gets Approval WASHINGTON The House Appmpri a tion s day recommended a new allot ment of to finance antipolio programs administered by the states It also approved subject to House action next week 185 mil lion dollars for veterans readjust ment benefits 25 millions for pay ments to school districts where population has been boosted by federal activities and for construction of schools in such districts Major Items These were among the major recommendations in an omnibui supplemental appro priation bill to finance miscel laneous activities during the cur rent fiscal year ending June 30 The total was less than President Eisenhower hac requested The biggest cut wa lopped from the requested for the Depart ment of Health Education and Welfare The bill includes 26 million dol lars for scientific work in connec tion with the International Geo physical Year This program in cludes plans to send a manmade satellite around the world within the next two years The recommended for payments to the school dis tricts was the entire amount re quested So were the for grants to states to pay for polio the 185 millions for veterans training benefits Pay Raises A large chunk of the bills total was to meet fed eral pay raises voted last year by Congress but not financed in ast years appropriation bills Other allotments included 100 millions to reimburse states for the governments share of the cost of highway construction proj ects and 3 millions for forest high way work 47 millions for grants to states for public assistance for expenses of the spe cial commission studying gov ernment security programs 3 millions for construction of the Jefferson National Memorial in St Louis and for ex penses of special House com mittees know who their head man will Eisenhower made the state ment and accompanied it with resh praise for Nixon in com menting at his news conference Vednesday on the New Hamp ihire primary in which more than Republican voters wrote in Nixons name for GOP vice presi Sential candidate Not Committed Nixon didnt commit himself on running again aid there is Fire Rages Through Missouri Institution FULTON Mo spectacu lar fire destroyed most of the 105 yearold administration building at the State Mental Hospital here arly Thursday doing millions of dollars worth of damage Seven hundred and twenty patients were evacuated from patient wings parts of which also went up in flames GOP Gets Setback on Dual Parity Plan Vote SENATORS BELIEVE Nixon All But Renominated By ERNEST B VACCARO WASHINGTON 8 President Eisenhowers state ment that I would be happy to be on any ticket with Vice President Nixon was interpreted by senators of both parties Thursday as foreshadowing Nixons renomination That ought to end any rumors the President might have anothe running Sen Mundt RSD told an interviewer He said the Republicans are now in a position to push ahead with their campaign while the Democrats dont even Adlai Must Be Victorious in Minnesota although friends no doubt of his vailability He issued a state ment saying There could be no greater re vard for a man in public life than to have the President speak so lenerously as he has of my work on several occasions during the past three years All I can say s that I shall try to continue day y day to do the best job I can in behalf of the Eisenhower admin In another statement Nixon aid No one could have been more surprised than I was at he size of the writein vote for him in New Hampshire He ex pressed thanks to all who had vritten in his name Other View Sen Sparkman 1952 Democratic vice presidential can didate said in a separate inter view I have felt all along Nixon would be on the ticket They have to keep him or admit his selection four years ago was a mistake in the first place If they dropped him it would be an ad mission that because of the Pres dents health they are looking or a second Sparkman said he does not dis ount Nixons ruggedness and ef ectiveness as a campaigner It is going to take a lot of work to defeat this Spark man said adding he thinks the democrats can win with a strong ampaign FOUND DEAD CHICAGO Williams 8 Des Moines Iowa was found lead Wednesday near her open ocker at the Chicago Art Insti ute where she was a student Chicago police said she appar ently died of natural causes WASHINGTON UP Som hardheaded Democrats voicec the belief Thursday that Adlai E Stevenson must win and win big in Minnesota next week to keep his presidential campaign from stalling Post morterns on the New Hampshire primary indicatet that Stevenson backers here were taken by his weak showing against Sen Estes Kefauver o Tennessee Although Stevenson had refuset a direct test in New Hampshire his supporters had expected him to poll a larg er vote in the primary con tests over na tional conven tion delegates Kefauver won all 12 of the New Hamp shire dele gates agains a Steve n s o n slate which was regarde STEVENSON as strong but polled only a thirt of the vote Democratic attention now wa swinging to Minnesota wher both Stevenson and Kefauver wil be campaigning for the balance of the week Minnesota Demo crats will elect 30 national con vention delegates in their presi dential primary next Tuesday Just as Kefauver was favorec in New Hampshire Stevenson is favored in Minnesota where he has the support of the state Dem ocratic organization But Kefau ver is expected to get a psycho logical lift from his New Hamp shire victory Looking toward Minnesota one Stevenson backer in the Senate gave this private estimate Kefauver can afford to lose Stevenson cant Stevenson hai his work cut out for him He must win Minnesota Rickie 8 Is Allergic to Almost Everything TULSA Okla is full of temptations for 8yearold Rickie Reynolds whose allergies range from A to Z Like most youngsters he has cravings for chocolates fruits and pet animals but he cant have them When he fudges and eats something he shouldnt he develops a headache an itch a wheeze a cough or a runaway nose Rickie is allcvgic to just about everything God put on this good said his mother Mrs Pierce James Reynolds of Tulsa He cant stand feathers or hair so his pets are a pair of goldfish A robust thirdgrader Rickie has to weigh his playing against the consequences When he runs and breathes faster he inhales dust and pollen which set off reactions The lad is unable to swim in pools treated with chlorine Mrs Reynolds said his allergies change from time to time and as a result was given 87 test injections last year to discover had developed any new ones His body apparently builds up immunity to certain drugs aod often new medicines are substituted she said Every day Rickie is dosed with pills ointments and a vitamin capsule to counteract his multitude of allergies He wathes with special soap which costs cents a cake gets two innoculations every Saturday Fresh milk pillows starch in his trousers one type of sulfa drug flannel clothing and rugs are a few of the things taboo with Rickie Doctors have told the family Rtckies allergy encompasses 65 per cent of his blood cells GLUBBS Gen Radi Innab geSfcu lates as he conducts a news conference in Jordans capi tal city of Amman Innab was named to succeed British Gen John Glubb who recently was ousted as commander of the Arab Legion Confidence Bid Wvn by LONDON parliamentary vote of confidence gave weight Thursday to Prime Minister Edens determination to restore order in strifetorn Cyprus before making concessions to the islanders Eden won a 317252 vote of support from the House of Commons Wednesday night after making plain his government intends to re tain control over the Mediterranean island colony which is Britains lastJbastion in the Middle East Eden declared Britain had faced a choice of exiling Archbishop Makarios leader of the Cyprio movement for union with Greece or abdicating British authority He said loss of Cyprus wouk weaken Western defenses from the Mediterranean to the Persian Gulf and would menace Britains Kefauver Lashes Outat DFLers in Minnesota ST CLOUD Minn Ke fauver DTenn lashed out Wed nesday night at Minnesotas Dem ocratic Farmer Labor DFL party for its endorsement of Adla Stevenson in the states presiden tial primary Tuesday Outside of those in Minnesota Ive done more for the DFL cause than anyone Kefauver tolc an audience of about 700 I came to Minnesota in 1952 on behalf o the DFL candidates But when they gathered and selected the other candidate Ste I wasnt given a hearing or an It was the first time the Tennes seean had assailed the DFL in his campaign swing through Minne sota His criticism was believed inspired by the fact lemenway state DFL chairman his week ruled against a joint appearance by Kefauver and Ste venson at a celebration Saturday in Moorhead Nebraska Airman Is Crash Victim COUNCIL BLUFFS Sgt ames W Collins 33 Platts mouth was killed early Thursday in a onecar accident bout 11 miles north of Council Bluffs on Highway 75 State Highway Patrolman John Sbeft said the Collins car over turned several times rolling down he highway He was thrown from he car and suffered a crushed chest as it rolled over on him Ifaert said Collins was stationed at Offutt Air Force Base south of Omaha Thieves Enter Shop for Second Time CHARLES CITY Thieves jroke into Loves Camera Shop or the second time in three weeks Wednesday night Nothing vas reported missing The glass vas broken in the front door just as it was when they entered Feb 27 A light meter and in cash was taken the first time Middle East oil supply British troops on Cyprus pu Edens words to action Soldiers and police sealed off with barbec wire a block of downtown Nicosia where terrorists killed a British police sergeant and wounded a Cypriot policeman Wednesday The British served notice they would make a thorough search for a secret fydequt for arms and possibly terrorists in the region where nine British serv icemen have been killed by back efs of the movement since last August Youth Killed At Lanarca another Cypriot city a 7yearold Greek Cyprioi joy who was stoning military ve hicles with other children shot and killed was Terrorist gunmen wounded two policemen in Nicosia Thursday Two other policemen chased and captured a man on a bicycle who hot at them and missed Eden made no reference to American criticism of his Cyprus icy which caused a stir in the British press But he made clear o both critics abroad and Labor te opposition at home he intends o stand by his policies Kept Silent He said the exiled archbishop ot only refused to restrain the errorists but by his silence he vas taken to approve assassina ion and The archbishop spiritual and olitical leader of Greek peaking Cypriots was ousted rom Cyprus with three aides last veek They arrived Wednesday t their place of re mote Seychelles Islands in the ndian Ocean Labor critics led by leftwing r Aneurin Bevan argued in the ommons debate that Edens gov ernment should have made new fforts to continue negotiations with Makarios Senate in Long Session Tempers at Boiling Point By EDWIN HA AKIN SON WASHINGTON admin istration lost a major farm bfll battle by one vote Thursday when the Senate approved 4544 use of a dual parity system in comput ing crop price supports The vote kept in the omnibus soil bank farm bill a provision allowing use of either an old or new parity formula whichever is higher in calculating the level of price supports Sen Aiken who led an unsuccessful effort to strike out the section said its retention would be a fatal blow to our hope for a good farm bill this Wheat States Sen Anderson former iecretary of agriculture who also opposed the dual parity said lets make this bill realistic so you dont ask the man down in the White House to veto But Democrats and Republicans from western wheat states cbm bined to engineer the administra tion setbackl is a theoretical price at which a farm product has a fair purchasing power in terms of costs of things farmers must buy Crops are supported at a per centage of parity so its level de termines government price sup ports on wheat corn and other major crops New Formula A new formula for computing parity became effective this year It raised the level for some crops and lowered it for them corn and wheat But the Senate Agriculture Com mittee wrote a dual parity pro vision into the bill This would al low farmers to use either the old or the new parity ever was determining the level of price supports It could mean more than 18 cents a bushel on the wheat crop of nearly a billion bushels and somewhat less per bushel on the corn crop that sometimes is above three biHion bushels Sen Aiken chief spokes man for the administrations farm proposals teamed up with Sens Anderson Holland fDFla andWilliams RDel in an effort to beat this and retain only the new parity formula Not Optimistic Im not Aiken said in an interview I dont think the opposition is smart in trying to get a veto but they think they Aiken during one of several orrid verbal exchanges Wednes day cautioned that the Senate vas loading the farm measure vith provisions that President Ei lenhovver would have to veto Aiken and Sen Humphrey D Minn figured in one of the sharp est exchanges during the long de bate Wednesday It flared when Humphrey of ered a proposal calling for an extra 60 million dollars for the ree milk program for schools and other agencies in the next 27 months and an extra 12 millions n the same period for eJimination if brucellosis a livestock disease hat causes undulant fever The Senate unanimously dopted the addition but not be ore Aiken protested it as an ef ort to load the bill down with avorable provisions that would make a veto highly unpopular FACES CHARGE SPENCER Han son 23 St Paul was charged Wednesday with forgery after police said he attempted to pass a bad check for more than SAME Black lag death la hoari   

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