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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 26, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                Mason City Todays Best Buy in Better Living North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O W A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII AuocUtcd Presi and United Press Full Wlrei Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MARCH 26 1956 This Paper Coaslsta of Two Ona No 145 One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qulncj tB30 Sunday KGLO 1300 Sunday W01 Ames 610 Thursday VVSUL la City Saturday Does Campaign Smearing Pay T venture that quite a book could be written about the political smears which havebeen petrated days of our Republic And smearing does date back to that time in our national history George Washington himself was the vic tim of scurrilous falsehoods Efforts to do something about the evil have not been effective for the reason that the elimina tion of the smearing tactics pre sents another and even more seri ous danger than the smears The corrective action has posed a real threat to our constitutional guarantee of freedom of speech and freedom of the press Theres the further fact that cries of Smear are easy for spokesmen for a party or for a candidate to send up Already in this Presidential election year weve heard the word from both camps Often its a matter of viewpoint That which is valid criticism from the standpoint of one party is an horrendous smear from the standpoint of the rival party Republicans currently are be ing accused of smear tactics in connection with their sugges tion that the previous administra tion was soft on Communists and that its prosperities have always been born of war Similarly Democrats are being accused o a low blow for charging that the Eisenhower had too tender a solicitude for big business and that its agains agriculture Criticism Isnt Smearing Actually these things fall clear ly within the bounds of fair cri ticism They arent classifiable as In this visit with you therefore I am not going to be dealing with anything so legitimate Im going to be talk ing about misrepresentations ant barefaced falsehoods Smearing in politics may tak the form of an attack on th character of a candidate Or i may be in the nature of a de famation of an entire party Th personal attacks usually purport AP Wirephoto HE LEAPS TO HIS E Ferguson 28 Wichita plunges to his death from the 16th floor of the Allis Hotel Sunday afternoon Firemen tried in vain to rig a safety net in time This photo was made by J A Wampler Wichita Eagle photographer a split second after Ferguson jumped J C Kaiser Rockwell to Be Candidate Seeks GOP Bid for Legislature Dr J C Kaiser RockweL veterinarian Monday announced bis candidacy for the Republican nomination for Representative from Cerro Gordo County in the Iowa Legislature He is the firs to announce for the nomination Born in West Bend Dr Kaiser was reared in Delaware County on the farm He was graduate from high school in Fort Dodgi and received a degree in veteri nary medicine from Iowa State College at Dr Kaiser has lived hi Rock well for 20 years except for a to be an expose of some deejtyear and half at KiesterrMinn dyed secret in a candidates past and throughout that period ha private life practiced veterinary medicine The common techniques are to Many Projects twist the truth falsify docu ments make innuendoes or start a whispering campaign The last named often centers on racial or religious prejudices Not infre quently the rumors are of such a nature that the victimized can didate cannot bring the subject into the open for correction With this as a general back ground I think we are ready to get down to cases And well start with a rather recent case one in which a composite picture was used in 1950 to disseminate a vicious falsehood about a United States Senator By producing a composite from two or more pictures opponents of Sen Millard Tydings a well respected Democratic Senator were able in the closing days of the 1950 campaign to make it ap pear that he was hand in glove with the Communists It showed Tydings and Earl Browder to gether in a friendly pose Whether his Republican riva had knowledge of the scurrilous tactics has never been estab lished for certain What is cer tain however is that the riva won the election and has had six years in the U S Senate which might not otherwise have been his This year he is up for re election The people of Maryland now have full knowledge of wha happened six years ago It will be interesting to see what hap pens This One Backfired Two years later in connection with the New Hampshire pri mary which produced a spec tacular victory for Eisenhower Dr Kaiser who is married wns his home in Rockwell an a farm in Bath Township He i member of the Congregationa Church in Rockwell During the time he has livec n Rockwell Dr Kaiser has bee DISCOVER TOOTH OF GIANT APE LONDON UP The Chi nese scientist who discov ered the Peking man Monday reported finding the tooth of another giant wha roamedChin a in prehistoric times Peiping Radio said Dr Pei Wen Chung made the new dis covery in a cave in Tahsin County Kwangsi Province The skull and parts of the skeleton of the Peking man regarded by some anthropologists as the old est link between man and found in 1929 in Chowkowtien not far from Peiping Highway Toll to 455 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The weekend deaths of three auto accident victims has boostec the 1956 Iowa motor vehicle deatl toll to 156 44 more than on thi same date last year Latest reported victim was Au a photograph of toasting victory over allied leaders Germany was cropped to show only Eisen hower and Zhukov drinking to gether Whereas the Maryland photographic trickery had been effective this attempt backfired in a big way These arc the latest examples CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 DR J C KAISER active in many community pro jects He has been on the Rock wejl school board 17 years 16 oi these as president He did an immense amount of work reor ganizing the Rockwell Commun ity School District and in the construction of a new school in that community Dr Kaiser is a member of th executive board of the Iowa School Board Association fo Smaller Schools He was activ in getting a moratorium lifte that permitted the smalle schools to reorganize Member of Board Dr Kaiser is a member of th board of the Rockwell CoOpera tive Lockers which he helpe organize and which he has serve two years as president A veteran of World War I wit service in France and Englanc Curfew Ends on Cyprus One Killing on Holiday By L S CHAKALES NICOSIA Cyprus pop ulation of Cyprus went back to work as usual Monday after the British ended their unprecedented 24hour curfew on the East Medi terranean island colony One killing and some minor vi olence were reported during the 4 restriction the British ordered to prevent an out break Sunday on Greek Independ ence Day But with Cypriots free to roam the streets and countryside again the threat of new violence was alive from proGreek island ers seeking to get rid of their British colonial government There were recurring reports also that another general strike might break out later this week Search Pressed British intelligence agents pressed a search during the cur few for the mysterious chieftains of the Cypriot rebels They had been tipped off that the shadowy rebel leader known only as dig hennis after a legendary Greek hero was disguised as a black robed Greek Orthodox priest The British governor Field Marshal Sir John Harding or dered an absolute curfew in 15 cities and a limited curfew else where to avoid possible violence on the 135th anniversary of Greeces independence from Tur key 15 Cities I More than Cypriots were I sealed in their homes hi the 15 CORTINES EISENHOWER ST LAURENT Studies Proposal on Peace Effort ijj r it cities during the curlew Outside the Cities thfc nf thp islands Hemispheric Confab to Open Ike Is Host WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS W Va Eisenhower arrived here by train early Monday for his get acquainted conferences with the president of Mexico and Canadas prime minister A special 14car train brought Eisenhower here from Washington President Adolfo Ruiz Cortines of Mexico and Prime Minister Louis St Laurent of Canada were to fly in later Monday The setting for the conference was the plush Greenbrier Hotel located high in the Allegheny mountains at one of the nations oldest health and pleasure resorts Ready for Eisenhowers occupancy at the Greenbrier was the celebrated 16room presidential which normally costs a day without meals Before the arrival of his guests the President hoped to get in a round of golf with an old friend the veteran Sammy Snead pro at the hotel Informal Session The conference between the U Mexican and Canadian eaders was billed as a hem ispheric solidarity meeting It Sought by UNITED NATIONS N Y The Security Council gath ered Monday to take up a proposal that would send Secre tary General Dag Hammarskjold on a peace mission to the Middle East Chief Delegate Henry Ca Dot Lodge Jr was expected to in roduce such a resolution formal ly soon after the 11nation council convened Monday afternoon at his request to discuss the potentially explosive situation along Israels borders with her Arab neighbors Jordan Lebanon and Syria The American resolution asks Hammarskjold to undertake urg ent discussion with all parties concerned and with the Pal estine truce chief in Jerusalem Canadian Maj Gen Edson L M Burns It asks him to arrange the cities the rest of the islands Cypriots were restricted to the inJinediate vicinity of their homes Virtually the entire 000man British garrison and the enfe police force moved about on the alert to throttle any vio lence Masked men shot and killed a Turkish Cypriot in a coffee shop near Limassol The assassins es caped A bomb was tossed at a raili FOR THREE MONTHS Matter Tabled by Des Moines Council DES MOINES Des Moines City Council majority de cided Monday to take no action on status of City Manager Leonard G Howell for at least three months Prior to the morning meeting Mayor Rav Mills announced he will be agenda informal and with with no set no particular planned to resign within a few days for reasons of Ques tioned later Mills said he intends to remain a member of the coun cil for the present MiJls opened the tense council session crowded to overflowing with spectators who had begun gathering before 7 a with the statement As far as tary patrol in Paphos port 60 miles southwest of Nicosia A Greek woman was injured slightly Other bombings were reported in a village near Pa phos and at a police station near Kyrneia There were no casual ties and damage was slight dree June Hamilton 27 Washta who was killed early Sunday hen her car ran off a Plymout ounty road about 12 miles eas f Hinton Highway Patrolman Dick Luit ens said Miss Hamilton was lone in the car and apparently ozed at the wheel The car rolled uto a corner post and Miss Ham ton was pinned in the wreckage BerTWesterlield 80 SiouxCity led Saturday night at a hospital f injuries suffered in a carpe estrian accident at Sioux City 19 Ollie Cochran 45 Waterloo vas killed Saturday when he ap arently lost control of his car on Black Hawk County road and it vent into a ditch Davenport Area Boy Dies After Accident DAVENPORT UP Maynard eRoy Scharff 3 of near Daven port died at a hospital here Sat urday of injuries suffered the day before when he fell from a pick up truck driven by his father across a farm field Scott County Coroner Kenneth Troeschle ordered an autopsy and inquest into the death Dr Kaiser is a member of the American Legion He has servec as post commander county com mander and district vice com mander He also is active in thi 40 and 8 in which he has hel several offices including that o chef de gare Active in Republican organiza tion work for an extended period Dr Kaiser has been precinc committeeman for G e n e s e Township for eight years adoption of measures to reduce existing tensions along the arm istice lines The big Western powers had hoped that the resolution could e approved Monday Hammars jold had intended to leave right fter Easter for London Paris nd the Middle East capitals But maneuvers over the week nd put this timetable in doubt Delegates Rafik Asha of Syria nd Edward Rizk of Lebanon first nformally requested postpone ment of Mondays meeting Later nstead of following through with ormal requests for postponement hey said they would ask permis ion to participate in the council ebate without a vote If the Arabs speak so will Israel and his will prolong the debate con siderably Forest City Driver Tagged After Crash Which Injured Two DES MOINES C Sehram 51 Forest City mayor was charged with failure to have his car under control Sunday night after an accident on a city street in which two persons suf fered minor injuries Police said Schrams car ran into the rear of one driven by Howard W Speck 37 of D e s Moines S p e c ks 14y e a rold daughter Norma Jean was shaken up and Schrams wife suf fered an injured ankle Justice of the Peace Russell Edwards set April 2 for a hear ing Im concerned Im going to leave it the motion to fire Howell on the table for a pe riod of three months unless the entire council is notified at least a week bi re it is coming Both Outspoken At the council meeting a week ago Councilman Frank W Mc Gowan introduced a motion to fire Howell The motion was tabled 32 after vigorous debate on motion of Mills who said he had been in clined to vote in favor of firing Howell but was agreeable to the delay McGowan and Councilman Rob ert Conley have been outspoken in criticism of Howell More than persons have signed petitions asking an election for recall of Conley and McGow an Labor Group Mills said the recall petition had no bearing on his decision tc et Howell remain as city man ager for a period of at least up t 90 days He said he had ful confidence in Conley and Me Gowan and that the recall peti Lions were one thing which coul bring off a vote on Howells dis INCOME DROPS WASHINGTON Agri culture Department said Monday farmers income totaled an esti mated during Jan uary and February a 5 per cent drop from the same period last year Deaf Mute Gives New Clues in Death of Chicago Youths CHICAGO deaf mute has given police a new angle on the circumstances surround ing the baffling murder of three Chicago schoolboys The story of seeing a fight be tween two men in the Robinson Woods forest preserve north west of Chicago and then see ing the naked strangled bodies of the three boys nearby the next morning has been locked in the mind of 52yearold Her man Rohlfes Until this weekend RohJfes was unable to communicate the tale because he is illiterate and knows only a crude form of sign language Two experts on sign language who helped unravel Rohlfes story for police said Sunday night they are convinced he is telling the truth Philip Kerr of the Illinois Di vision of Vocational Rehabilita tion and Frank Sullivan assist ant president of the National Fraternal Society for the Deaf interpreted Rohlfes signs Sul livan is a deaf mute Police have been unable to determine what if any connec tion the fight may have had with the slayings charge rngnt Mills is president of the low State Federation of Labor Conle and McGowan were elected las November with strong support from AFL unions and some CIC unions Until the Howell issue deve oped Mills Conley and McGow an had been voting together Trial of Stinson Opens at Eldora ELDORA WI Trial of Kcitt Stinson Franklin County attor ney on a charge of conspiracy in defrauding an Ackley widow got under way in Harclin County District Court Monday Judge S E Prall Indinnola assigned to hear the case an nounced he would allow new photographers in the court room He said that this would be con ditioned on the nonuse of flas bulbs and no noise or confusion 3RD SPEECH SET DES MOINES UfVCecil Malon of Atlantic chairman of th Iowa Kefauver for Presidcn movement said Saturday Sen Kefauver aspirant for the Demo cratic presidential nomination will make a third major specc ia Iowa June 11 controversies to be ironed out be tween the three good neigh Reds Dismiss Party Leader MOSCOW UP The Commu ist Party secretary at Tiflis Uni ersity has been dismissed the fficial Communist organ at the ieorgian capital reported Mon day Students demonstrated there on he anniversary of Joseph Stalinls death in protest against recent criticism of the late leader The newspaper Zarias Vostoka Dawn of the said univer sity Communist Party Secretary S Dzobernadze was discharged by the Tiflis municipal party organi zation It charged him with re sponsibility for neglect of party ideological All members of the university party committee and the leaders nf the regional party organization were held ecjually responsible for serious shortcomings in the uni versity political and ideological But the newspaper did not indi cate what disciplinary measures were taken against them Eisenhower initiated the ference after realizing how much attention was being paid to high ranking visitors to the United States from overseas and how little to this countrys immediate neighbors The meeting begins on a social note Monday night when Eisen hower plays host at at dinner party One business session is scheduled for Tuesday morning and the three leaders will return to their respective capitals early Wednesday Separate Talks Separate and detailed talks will be held by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Canadian Foreign Minister Mexican Lester Foreign Pearson and Minister Luis Padilla Nervo Dr Milton Eisenhower the Presidents brother who is head of Pennsylvania State University and an expert on hemispheric af fairs also will be on hand In keeping with the informal note there will be no military sahites high protocol or other ceremonial pomp at the meeting FOSTER DIES RENO Ncv and magazine writer Michael Foster died at his Reno home Sunday of a heart attack Immunity Law of 1954 Upheld by Supreme Court WASHINGTON UP The Su preme Court Monday upheld val idity of the 1954 immunity law intended to compe witnesses to testify in national security cases The law provides that when a witness is reluctnnt to testify fdr fear of incriminating himself he may be directed by a federal judge to speak with the assur ance that he will be immune from later prosecution as a result of anything he might disclose After being promised immunity the witness must testify or be punished for contempt Justice Frankfurter delivered the 72 decision Justice Douglas wrote a dissenting opinion in kvhich Justice Black joined All About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy Mon day night and Tuesday with occasional light rain or snow flurries Cooler trend through Tuesday Low Monday night 2832 High Tuesday 3842 Iowa Mostly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday cooler through Tuesday Few light showers northwest and snow flurries northeast Monday night Scattered light showers Tuesday Low Monday night 20s northeast 30s southwest Minnesota Cloudy light rain GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 52 Minimum Sunday night 28 At 8 Monday 42 YEAR AGO Maximum 13 Minimum 1 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday At 8 Saturday 41 Minimum Saturday night 24 At 8 Sunday 38 YEAR AGO Maximum 23 Minimum S   

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