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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 3, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NIICHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Prest Flill Lease Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 3 1956 This Paper Consists ot Two Ono No 171 Billion More for Military OKd IN CLOTHING DEAL Chotiner Denies He Used His Influence x y WASHINGTON Ml Murray Chotiner 1952 campaign man ager for Vice President Nixon testified Thursday two While House officials made telephone calls for him on behalf of his law clients Choliner emphatically denied however he ever used his con nection with Nixon or any other government official to seek fav ors for persons1 lie represented in dealings with government agencies Chotiner told the Senate In vestigations Subcommittee that on one or two occasions phone calls were made for him at the White House to get infor malion about pending cases of his or to set up appointments with government officials He named the officials who made these calls as Maxwell M Rabb President Eisenhowers assistant in charge of minority problems and Charles F Willis former White House patron age aide in the Eisenhower ad ministration Choliner was called in Ihe committees investigation of al leged payoffs to government of ficials by Atlantic City garment manufacturer Herman Kravitz and associates The Los Angeles attorney said he represented solely as a lawyer both Kravitz and Marco Reginelli Philadel phia area garment industry fig ure Chotiner said the White House calls were not related in any way whatsoever with either of these clients In bringing up Reginellis name subcommittee counsel Robert F Kennedy described him as Ihe top hoodlum in the New JerseyPhiladelphia He added that Reginelli had been involved in two or three murders including one this Kennedy said Reginelli is a part owner of a garment fac tory in New Jersey which he did not identify He said this company obtained a govern ment contract of some kind be fore Reginellis associalion wilh it was known Kennedy told the subcommit tee Reginnelli now is in a Bal timore hospital in a delirious Kills ExBeau Under Wheels FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES jilted woman crushed her exboy friend to death Wednesday beneath the wheels of a car she said God and I are tired of men taking advantage of Beatrice P Adams an attractive 33yearold stenographer fa tally injured Max Jernigan a 300pound automobile was booked tentatively on a charge of murder She committed the act in the presence of another car salesman who leaped beside the moving to rip out wires and finally bring the death vehicle to a halt It was the most coldblooded exhibition Ive ever the salesman Jack Holland said Jernigan died early Thursday from injuries that included frac tures of the left leg and both arms and a crushed right leg No Remorse I feel no remorse over having killed Miss Adams said Holland the salesman who ripped the wires to stop the wild Nuclear Test Shot Delayed KWAJALEIN weather has forced al least a 24hour postponement of the first shot in the 1956 United States nuclear series at the Pacific proving ground Newsmen and civil defense ob driver said God knows how servers embarked in three planes c witness the test explosion at nearby Eniwetok but the planes were ordered back to Kwajalein shortly after takeoff Atomic Energy Commission of ficials said the test opener prob ably would be held Saturday Fri day in the United Slates if weath er conditions permit The shot scheduled for early morning on the small test island of Eniwetok atoll has been de many times she ran over Jerni gan She would hit him back down the drive inlo the street and get another running start A job of killing was all thai woman had on her Miss Adams said Jernigan got her telephone number and address from a fellow salesman when she bought the car she was driving and started pestering Wild Life 1TT scribed as the detonation of a He told me he was tired devjce equal in r around and living a wild a fcw thousand tons of The big shot May 8 will equal several million tons of TNT run n life He said he wanted to settle down I believed him at On Christmas Eve Jernigan beat her up Miss Adams said She said they were both arresled and booked with disturbing the peace He used my money to pay his she said And I had to get out the best way I knew Finally I got so fed up with him that 1 thought Id do the world a The Weather iinvc uccil etUUCU III Mason City Cloudy and colder Webster d L counti fe With ra in Tmitcn v m crht Innr State Expands Check of Monies Credits DBS MOINES lift The State Tax Commission said Thursday an expanding check of monies and credits turned up additional assessments in about 30 Iowa counties A commission spokesman said considerable amounts in new as sessments have been added in with rain Thursday night low 3033 Mostly cloudy and con tinued cold Friday high in the lower 40s Iowa Cloudy and cooler Thurs day night with occasional rain spreading over southeast antfi ending northwest Friday cool er occasional rain ending east portion partly cloudy west Low Thursday night 3236 north west 3642 southeast Minnesota Clearing and colder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 54 Minimum Wednesday night 38 At 8 a m Thursday 39 Precipitation 42 YEAR AGO Maximum 88 Minimum that a commission campaign has resulted in a general increase in monies and credits assessments all over the state Man Killed When Hit by Auto KEOKUK Wadden 54 Keokuk was struck and killed by a car Wednesday evening as he walked across Highway 218 two miles north of here Sheriff H R Delahoyde said the car was driven by Matthew Eder Keokuk TAX RECEIPTS UP DES MOINES lift Both beer and cigarette tax collections were up moderately in April as com pared with March the Stale Tax 64 Commission reported Thursday MURRAY CHOTINER U N Obtains More Truce Agreements UNITED NATIONS Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold told the Security Council Thursday he has obtained new unconditional c e a s efire agreements from Israel and her four Arab Leb anon Syria and Jordan He told the council in a prog ress report the next step in the uneasy Middle East situation is to reestablish full compliance with other sections of the general ar mistice agreements of 1949 which ended the Palestine fighting There are indications he may return in June to work for such compliance and put the ceasefire agreements on a more solid basis The secretary general thus completed the first part of the as signment given to him by the Se curity Council April 4 He filed his report to the council presi dent Ambassador Joza Brilej of Yugoslavia from Jerusalem where he engaged in talks with Israeli officials He will go next to Cairo for a brief conversation with Egyptian officials and then fly to Rome He is expected at the this week end to write his final report to be given the council next week The secretary generals report contained mostly background and a report of his efforts to stop the fighting and border incidents He made no recommendations He is expected to include some in his next report Ike Tops Poll of Voters 2 Out of 5 Back Estes Foreign Aid Idea Fought by British PARIS sources said Britain told the United States Thursday it opposes any extension of the North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization into the foreign aid field for the benefit of the worlds undeveloped regions U S Secretary of State Dulles and British Foreign Secretary Sehvyn Lloyd had a midday meet ing The British informants said Lloyd told Dulles NATO members should push their aid programs through other institutions Sug gested were the International Monetary Fund the Colombo Plan for Southeast Asia or agencies of the West Germany had just agreed with a French plan for linking German reunification to progress in world disarmament which in turn would free large sums of capital for investment President Schedules Major Talk May 25 WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower will make an address ryi important phases of interna tional affairs at Baylor University commencement exercises May 25 The White House said the Presi dent will receive an honorary doc tor of laws degree at the cere monies in Waco Texas The sub ject matter of the Presidents speech will deal with important phases of international Press Secretary James C Hag erty told newsmen SAME EilUors Nute This Is the flrnt in scriis ul weekly articles by the illrecllir of tlie Princeton Research Service and the United Slates By KENNETH FINK Princeton Research Service PRINCETON majority of the nations voters questioned by United Stales Poll staff re porters in a survey just com pleted say they would vote for Dwighl D Eisenhower if he were running for president on Ihc Re publican ticket against Sen Es tcs Kefauver on the Democratic ticket Nearly two out of every five say they would vote for Sen Ke fauver 3 to 2 Edge In other words at the present time the nations voters prefer Eisenhower over Kefauver by a margin of exactly three to two When United States Poll staff reporters using the same meth ods that enabled the Poll to pre dict the results of the 1954 na tionwide Congressional elections within threefourths of one per cent put the following question to a representative crosssection of the nations voters Suppose the presidential elections were being held today If President Eisenhower was the Republican candidate and Sen Estes Kefauver was the Democratic candidate which one would you like to win The vote was NATIONWIDE Eisenhower 57 Kefauver 38 Undecided 5 A similar trial heat survey be tween Kefauver and Eisenhower was reported by the United States Poll in March 1955 At that time the vote divided as follows EISENHOWERKEFAUVER Reported on March 17 1955 E isenhower 57 36 Undecided 7 In the 1952 presidential elec tions Eisenhower received per cent of the two party vote Stevenson per cent In other words if the presi dential elections were being held today Eisenhower would prpba bly run as well against Kefauver as he did in 1952 against Steven not better Current Sentiment It must be understood that Thursdays Poll findings reflect only current sentiment and that opinion may change between now and next November Analysis of Thursdays vote indicates that Eisenhowers margin over Ke fauver comes from the Presidents popularity with independent and GOP voters as well as his ability to attract Democratic voters For instance one out of every four Democrats across the nation at the present time says he would vote for Eisenhower whereas only 2 in each 100 Republicans say they would vote for Kefauver At the same time independents favor Eisenhower over Kefauver by a margin of better than two to one Here are the results by political party affiliation DEMOCRATS ONLY Eisenhower Kefauver 70 5 REPUBLICANS ONLY Eisenhower 96 Kefauver 2 Undecided 2 INDEPENDENTS ONLY Eisenhower 65 Kefauver 28 Undecided 7 Man Shot in Fight at Des Moines Tavern DES MOINES UP Ruben Conlcy 30 Des Moines shot by an offduty policeman during a tavern altercation Wednesday night was in fairly good con dition al Broadlawns Hospital Thursday Authorities said Patrolman Rob ert Webb ordered Conley to stop fighting with a woman patron at the HiNoon Tavern Conley ig nored the order and rushed the policeman who shot him in the left thigh AP was back to the dniwintfboard for scientists Thursday when an AerobeeHi rocket aborted after beini fired at White Sands N M The Navy had hoped the fcwostagre rocket left would reach 100 miles altitude but the main engines failed to fire and it crashed back to earth right from only feet The failure cost an estimated Soil Bank PrePayment Plan Nixed by House WASHINGTON Wl The House Thursday voted down President Eisenhowers politically charged request for authority to pay farm ers up to 500 million dollars in farm soil bank payments this year The vote was 181157 in a teller Jan S Hogendorn Chosen Most Valuable Student BOONE S Hogendorn Oskaloosa was named Wednes day as winner of the 195556 Elks National Foundation Most Valu able Student award promoted by the Iowa Elks Assn R E H e r r o n state contest chairman said Douglas H Sar geant Cedar Rapids was awarded second place and EH J Glatstein Muscaline was third Hogendorn and Sargent will re ceive scholarship certifi cates and Glatstein will receive one for All three will be en tered in the national Elks com petition Thirtys i x other Iowa high school students were named to re ceive each from the Iowa Elks Assn They include Mason P Cookman Roger L Dicrcks Charles C i t Cordle Ion R Herbrechtmeyer Mar garet A Thorson count of members passing down the center aisle The bill still was subject to a rollcall vole on final passage it was a straight pnrty vote wilh the lead ership of House Speaker Rnyburn of the payin advance proposal as an election year vote buying gimmick The showdown came after bit ter debate in which Republicans denied their move was political Rayburn taking the floor called on the House to reject the prepayment proposal in the name of good The Eisenhower proposal was advanced by Rep Hope It would have afforded Secretary of Agriculture Benson specific Big Business Rapped in Talk by Wilcox BANCROFT F Wilcox candidate for the Demo cratic nomination for Sen ator said Wednesday night low arm prices are not the only eco lomic factor putting the squeeze on Iowa Wilcox told Kossuth County Democrats at a box supper farm prices arc undoubtedly a primary cause of the distress of the farm ers The engulfment of our econ my by big business has however reached such tremendous propor that we in Iowa cannot help but be affected and he said MOTHER OF Maxwell Pritchard Detroit sits for a new photograph with her favorite books after her selection as American Mother of 1956 She is the mother of 11 children Her late husband was a machinist authority 16 pay farmers up t onehalf of their soil bank en Utlcmcnts in the year before the complied with their agreement to retire acreage Earlier the House voted live approval of an aniendmen that would give cattlemen n brea by making grazing lands eligibl for 50 million dollars of soil bani payments The amendment sponsored bj Rep Albert was hackee solidly by Democrats and a Inrg number of Far Western Rcpubli cans It was put into the bill 01 a J0366 unrecorded voice vote Earlier the House voted approv il of a compromise provision to nsiire corn farmers a guarantees price support of a bushel hey put a percentage of thcii and in a soil bank This quickly settled disputes over corn anc ccd grain supports Approval of the corn compro nise was shouted through by voice vote on a series of four by Rep Poagc In effect the provision validates Ihe administration program al ready put into effect by adminis trative action to provide a mini mum support level of a bu she I for corn grown in the com mercial Midwestern Corn Belt re gardlcss of whether growers com ply wilh acreage allotments The President has Ihe level for farmers who comply with acreage allotments at a bushel In both cases a condition for support payments would be place ment of a percentage of corn lane into the soil hank reserve Without the Poage amendments the bill would have nullified the administrative action by requir ing compliance with acreage con trols One of the amendments also lowered the support level for non commercial grown for livestock 82Vb per cent of parity instead of 85 per cent as contained in the bill Sioux City Key Club Raided Owner Held SIOUX CITY UP Police Wednesday night raided the Club 500 a key club in downtown Sioux City after witnesses testified drinks were sold to members and nonmembers alike Officers said they found several bottles of liquor Evelyn Knudson 29 operator of the club was charged with maintaining a liquor nuisance and with intoxication To Push Missile Output Hope to Keep Superiority WASHINGTON WiVoicfng cnn trn oveiRussias growing mili iry might the House Appropria Committee voted Thursday give the Defense Department in new money Tliis is less than resident Eisenhower asked in his riyinal budget last January and n a supplemental request last nonth for the bookkeeping lading July 1 Rut more than half of the redue ion was m a d e up of paper hanges which the committee said Ioutd not affect specific military irograms The committee said it xpccls that of the cut Lill remain available in the form if foreign currency under mutual Icfense and occupation agrec nenls The amount recommended is more than Congress ppropriated for Ihc present year nding June House Bill The recommendations wore con aincd in a bill which the Housa vill consider next week Barring unforeseen develop the committee said llto t mount appropriated is generally idcquaVc to fully implement our irojccted military requirements and will enable the Department to give the country an increasingly strong and well balanced It said emphasis during the coming year will be on guided missiles airpowcr and new weap ons being phased in at an in creasing The new money plus funds carried over from previous ap propriations would give the De fense Department luring the new fiscal year It con emplatcs military strength of in mid1957 compared vith next June M The Split Heres how the new dollars vould be shared among Ihe serv ces a budget cut of but more than this year a budget ut of but an increase if over this year Air n iiidgct cut of but an tinease of over this ear The rest of the money in the ill was allotted to the office of he secretary of defense and to nterscrvice aclivilies none of vhich was cut deeply In addition to the actual cash ills Ihc committee canceled the valiability of an estimated Tiillion in carryover funds for vhich it said there was no im nediate need Research Work About of the new unds was earmarked for re carch and development Plan of cientific research to prevent tussia from overcoming our resent marginal superiority in cvelopment of advanced weap ns and equipment Air Force allotments include unds to speed up construction of 152 bombers and expansion of ic Air Force to 137 wings by ic end of the fiscal year Russias air threat the commit ee commented is growing stead y and the Soviet probably will qual the United States in offen ive airpower capability within a ew years unless domestic plane roduction is stepped up DELAY RULED OUT WASHINGTON UP Chief Justice Earl Warren Wednesday refused to delay the conspiracy trial of two Truman administra tion J Con nelly and T Lamar Candle More Rain Falls in North Iowa Rains of up to nearly an Inch fell in northern Iowa Wednesday night and the moisture was ex pected to overspread the state ending in southeast Iowa some time Friday Sioux Rapids reported 85 of an inch and Spencer had 60 Lesser precipitation totals included 56 at Gamer and 42 at Mason City Skies would remain cloudy and temperatures would drop slightly after the rain the weatherman added
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