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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home Mason City Small Enough to Know You Urge Enough to Serve Yoa ASON ClTY GLOBEGA7FTTF HOME EDITION Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wirea THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS N E G H I 0 R S MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 17 1956 TMs Paper Consists o Two No U4 John Graham Chomps Gum While JURY IS CHOSEN DENVER Gum chewing John Gilbert Graham 24 Is Showing little strain as attorneys examine prospective jurors to try him for the murderforinsurance of his of 44 blown to death in a dynamited airliner Graham a slim 160 pounds on a 61 frame was a picture of relaxation Monday while 47 prospective jurors were questioned He looked squarely at them during their examination His intent expression never wavered as they answered ques tions they would inflict the death penalty in the proper ease Sixteen of those called Monday were excused because they said they objected to capital punishmnt Graham is charged with the murder of his mother Daisie E King 55 He took out flight insurance on her life before she boarded a United Air Lines DC6B at the Denver Airport last Nov 1 It exploded 11 minutes after takeoff WHEN SEEKING JOBS Negroes Complain of Discrimination BURLINGTON Negroes complained during an employment discrimination hearing Monday they were refused jobs The hearing was the first of nine scheduled by the Governors Commission to Study Discrimination in Employment The next one will be at Waterloo May 21 Dr Harry D Harper Fort Madison vice chairman of the com Humboldt Farmer Dies Under Tractor HUMBOLDT Mill Ward 61 fanner near here was killed late Monday when his trac tor overturned in a ditch along side a gravel road six miles who presided at the hear ing said the group had hoped it wouldnt find crimination any job dis But it looks as if we may have However there is nothing conclu sive until we have gathered all of the Orville Woods Fort Madison a T j i in auioJuij ct southwest of here Milhvard wasisteward told the commission he pinned beneath the tractor About F104 Flies Faster Than MPH Tiny Fighter Is Unveiled at Base PALMDALE Calif wi The ockheed F104A Starfighter a TSsile with a man in it has 3own more than miles an lour Several hundred persons in luding the largest gathering of ftws writers of its kind on rec ord witnessed the achievement Monday It was the fastest an air craft ever has flown before a sizable audience It was also the first public showing of this dazzling new craft vhich Gen Nathan F Twining Air Force chief of staff has called the fastest and highest flying fighter anywhere in the Democrats Urged to Back New Pla n GOP Not Totally Pleased But Hall Backs Veto By JACK BELL WASHINGTON of some Republican dissatisfaction with President Eisenhowers farm bill veto emerged Tuesday from a GOP campaign conference de spite Party Chairman Leonard W lalls contention it will help the Republican Eisenhower will speak at a fin a conference session Tuesday nighi effect formally opening his reelection campaign George F Etzell Minnesota na ional committeeman told report TS the farm bill veto is going o make it harder for us to elect Republicans in the A committee headed by Etzell leard at closed sessions Monday vhat some members described as nfavorable reports about the po itical complexion of the farm sit uation from Kansas and South Da kota Price Unrest The committee arranged to iv Soviet Union Calls on Israel Arab States to Settle Conflicts in Peaceful Manner From Our Wire Services The Soviet Union Tuesday called on Israel and the Arab states to settle their conflicts on a basis acceptable to both sides A Foreign Ministry statement one of the most important is sued recently was released on the eve of the arrival of Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin and party Boss Nikita Khrushchev in England for talks with Brit ish leaders Russia offered to join other governments in an effort to reach a solution of Middle East turmoil and said she would sup port any United Nations actions to strengthen peace in Pales tine She thus indicated a desire to have a stake in Middle East affairs Russia called on both Israel and the Arab states to refrain from border incidents along the frontier and to improve the situation of the hundreds of thousands of Arab refugees At Jerusalem Dag Ham marskjold arrived from Leba non and immediately began talks with Israeli government leaders in a new stage of his Middle East peace mission The U N secretary general traveled directly from Lydda Airport outside Tel Aviv to the office of Premier David Ben Gurion Hammarskjolds task was made tougher by Israels de mand that Egypt lift all re strictions on Israeli shipping through the Suez Canal The U N secretary general was reported optimistic how ever over the progress of his peace mission In Washington Secretary of State Dulles said the United States would welcome Soviet support for United Nations ef forts to prevent war and estab lish peace in the Middle East Dulles spoke at his weekly news conference The exact speed of the plane a secret Actually two models were original TF104 which was powered by a iurtissWright J65 jet engine and he production model F104A vhieh has a lighter and more xnverful engine the General Ilectric J79 Although the speeds attained vere not disclosed the pilot of an r94C jet fighter reported he was lying 500 miles an hour and the pilot Herman R Salmon vas heard to reply over his ra dio I am doing better than wice that The plane was given a Holly vood type unveiling with a gold urtain concealing part of a han ar rolling back to disclose the ear from representatives of Col rado North Dakota Minnesota owa and Nebraska Kansas National Committee man Harry Darby was reported to have told the group Kansas may turn out some Republican congressmen because of farm price dissatisfaction The South Miintir The Weather Mason City Mostly fair Tues day night and Wednesday Cold Tuesday night but a little warmer Wednesday Low Tues day night 2226 High Wednes day 4650 Iowa Partly cloudy northeast Tuesday night otherwise fair Tuesday night and Wednesday Continued cool Tuesday night slightly warmer extreme south west Wednesday Low Tuesday night 2434 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures for the period from Tuesday night through Sunday will av erage 35 degrees below normal Normal high 60 north to 64 south Normal low 37 north to 41 south Only minor day to day changes expected with the most significant change being last of period Precipitation will aver age 25 to 30 inches occurring as light showers or snow flur ries mostly Saturday and Sun day Minnesota cool Windy continued GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 41 Minimum Monday nighf 29 At 8 Tuesday 33 Precip Trace VEAR Maximum 68 Minimum 33 A LU tnC applied to two Fort Madison firmsjgleaming spotlighted plane Rob for employment in He saidjert E Gross Lockheed Aircraft Corp president told the gather ing that the F104 was the cham h i s recommendations were above reproach and he went back to check on his applications a good many I was given to believe I would receive employment as soon as there was a Woods said Until this day I have never received any such notification from either Pauline Boyd Fort Madison said she applied to a Fort Madi son firm in July 1948 for a job and she was notified in October of that year she would be notified but I havent heard She said a sample of her high school shorthand was chosen by the same company to be illus trated as a model for training purposes pion in the fighter field the finest fighter in the Anton Yugov Named to Replace Chervenkov BELGRADE Yugoslavia W The Bulgarian Parliament Tues day named Anton Yugov the new Communist premier to succeed Vulko Chervenkov who was ac cused by his associates of prac ticing Stalinlike oneman rule Yugov 62yearold former to bacco worker member 3f the Bulgarian Communist Polit buro was elected after the Par liament hadjj accepted Cherven kovs resignation Cominform StalinFounded Organization Is Dissolved MOSCOW Deputy Pre mier Anastas Mikoyan announced Tuesday the Cominform has been dissolved He told reporters there would e a long statement in Wednes days Russian newspapers con cerning the ending of the Stalin ounded organization which bound o g ether European Communist parties In Washington State Depart ment experts on Communist tac ics said the reported abolition of he Cominform would have no practical effect on Uie operations of international Communism They called it a cheap gesture by the Soviet leadership to court good will in neutral and Western countries It is cheap they said because the Red leadership has hardly used the Cominform for any seri ous purpose at all during the last seven years Dimitri Shepilov editor of the Communist organ Pravda said the step was taken because each European Communist Party is now ready for independent ex istence without centralized direc tion Dakota delegation headed by Sens Case and Mundt was said to have made it clear they dont want Secretary of Agriculture Benson campaigning in their states said the farm bill veto wont make my job any tough but he indicated rather clear ly the Republicans hope to make up in the big cities any votes they might lose in farm areas To my mind the Republican Party is doing all right in the Hall said This seemed to be an allusion to a contention voiced by Rober Humphreys GOP national com mittee campaign director that in primaries so far this year the Re publicans have shown unusua strength in the larger cities No Trend Humphreys said this was true in Milwaukee But he concede that no such trend was evideni in Chicago Hall said the Democrats in Con gress had stalled action on farm legislation He intimated they deliberately sent Eisenhow er a bill they hoped he woulc veto The President was absolutely right in vetoing the farm bill and he will be sustained by the Amer ican Hall declared The GOP chairman said the farm situation is not as I would like but he said he doesnt think it will cost the Republicans any states in the November pres idential election In my opinion the veto will help the Republican he said He added he thinks Eisen howers proposal for new soil bank Congress may not for price sup port increases will take care of the economic picture quite well in the farm areas Grace Radiant for Wedding Wednesday MONTE CARLO UBGrace Kel y lunched with Prince Rainier III Tuesday for the last time as an American girl from Philadel phia The film queen marries the ruler of this little Riviera prin cipality of Monaco in a civil cere mony in the throne room of bis palace shortly before noon 4 CST Wednesday Religious rites will follow Thursday in the Roman atholic Cathedral of Monaco Friends described the brideto be as looking simply Dne of them quoted her as say ing Everything is working out won derfully Just like a fairy tale and even the sun has come Rain Stops For four days rain has poured n torrents drenching this usually sunny resort on the blue Mediter ranean Tuesday things were more like the travel posters The sun burst forth early in the morning sending thousands of visitors and tourists to the flag decorated square in front of the palace SAME traffic death In Mil U Friends said Rainier continued o play the role of the nervous bridegroom but with the gra ciousness he can turn on he sent word to photographers to come and photograph him in his palace Silence of Sea To one of his friends the Prince confided My God Ill be glad when this thing is over What I need is the silence of the with Rainier and Grace will sail away Thursday after the religious ceremony on his yacht Monday night was given over to excited prewcdding talk Hoegh Thinks State to Go Republican DES MOINES UP Gov Leo Hocgh said Tuesday he Iowa will go Republican next No vember despite President Eisen howers veto of the farm bill I cant say whether the veto hurt Republican chances in AP Wircpholo WEDDING NEARS Truman and her fiance news paperman Clifton Davis stand before theIndependence church where they will be mar ried Saturday The two arrived in the Missouri town Monday to complete plans for the gala event Margarets father for mer president Harry Truman will give away the bride Grace was hostess to her brides maids at a gay party Cedar Falls Man Killed in Crash CEDAR FALLS ey 53 Cedar Falls was killed Tuesday when his car collided vith an automobile driven by a armer at a county road inter section 5 miles northeast of here Tin keys car rolled into a ditch and stopped on its top He was alone The other driver Halan Eck hoff who farms mile from the accident scene was not hurt HUGE TIMBER SALE DENVER and a half billion board feet of wood killed by beetles went on auction Tues day Government officials said it was ono of the largost timber sales in Western history he said in answer to question He had just returned from a flying trip to Washington Monday Good Job If the President had given the measure an outandout veto it might have hurt the party in Hoegh said But the ad ministrative directives he issued in connection with the veto will help I think the President did a good job in trying to overcome the result of his Hoegh said he thinks that the general election result will de pend upon what the farm econ omy is next fall In this nection he said corn price sup port at a bushel will mean that no one will get Farm Income He added In addition the 400 million dollars that will be used after July 1 to buy perishables such as beef and pork should solster the market price and teep prices high Also the Presidents order for corn price support in the commercial area means that arm income will be substantial n particularly if we get he soil bank Farm economy in Iowa should be healthier in 1956 nan it was in In answer to another question he governor said he feels def nitcly that hogs next Sep cmber would have a great in fluence on the outcome of the lection JUST ONE OF THOSE happened to Mr and Mrs JamesMitchell Des Momes Monday night shouldnt happen to any couple Mrs Mitchell lost control of her car right and it ended up in this odd position on top of a parked machine A couple of hours later her husband wrecked the familys other car a few blocks away from this scene President Submits His Idea Tells Why He Vetoed Bill Republican congressional leaders called on he Democrats Tuesday to rally behind President Eisenhowers new soil bank proposal if they really want to help the American armer The GOP leadership issued this call at a White House news con erencc following their weekly meeting with the President Key Democrats in Congress mean while were reacting coldly to the Eisenhower proposal GOP Senate Leader Knowland and House Republican Leader Martin forecast that the Presi dents veto of the Democratic sponsored farm bill will be upheld substantial margins House Majority Martin said he sees a bare possibility a majority of House members will back the Presi dents stand in a vote scheduled Wednesday Knowland said the Senate could pass a soil bank bill as the Presi lent requested in his veto mes sage within a week or two Mar in said the House could do so n a single day The GOP Senate leader said he hinks many Democrats will back he Presidents proposal once the temporary flurry over the veto las passed Eisenhower in a nationwide elevision and radio broadcast Monday night explaining his veto nsisted that politics had not en ered into his decision I will al vays resist any attempt to make he farmer and his problems a political he said No Choice Declaring that he had vetoed he big farm bill with keen dis ppointment he said I had no choice I could not sign this bill into law because it vas a bad bill In the months ahead it would hurt more farm ers than it would help In the ong run it would hurt all farm rs It was a bad bill for the coun Eisenhower urged again that Congress act speedily to approve his soil bank program It is de signed to pay farmers subsidies totaling as much as yearly for taking land out of pro duction of crops already in sur plus They would sign contracts with the government to do so This time Eisenhower added a new feature he said would give farmers an extra 500 million dol lars this year By a simple provision in the Soil Bank he said the Congress can authorize the gov ernment to begin making pay ments to a maximum of 50 per cent after the farm signs a con tract Initial Payments Thus immediately after July 1 farmers who agree to par ticipate will be eligible for payment These initial payments will help our farmers this crop Eisenhower said the remaining 50 per cent of the amount any tanner was entitled to for partici pation would be paid when he had complied with his agreement to take land out of cash production and put it to conservation uses The soil bank was one feature of the bill which Eisenhower ve toed Monday But in a major re buff to the White House the Democraticcontrolled Congress linked it with other major farm law changes which Eisenhower opposed Democratic leaders who have defended the measure as the best and quickest way to get more money into farmers pockets have said they do not expect Congress to approve any substitute bill   

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