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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 9, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Mason Community Pride Has Been Growing Since 1854 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS MEICHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXU Awodated Preu and United Pren FuU LeiM Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 9 Paper ol Two BcctloiwStcttoii NeTttt Would Back Dag on 2nd Mission DAMAGED IN CHANNEL Pana manian freighter Georgia its side gashed from bridge to waterline under the funnel proceeds under its own power following a collision Tuesday with the British merchant ship St Helena in the English Channel No injuries were reported aboard either ship The accident took place 20 miles east of Ramsgate England The St Helena bound from London to Antwerp Belgium also was able to continue without assistance IKE GETS MOST VOTES Significance of Indiana Primary Under Dispute By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Five states held primary elections Tuesday and an immediate and inevitable dispute arose as to the political significance of the ndiana results President Eisenhower took a substantial lead in that predomi nately Republican state over Democrat Estes Kefauver although he two were not directly opposed in the presidential preference voting Eisenhower with of Indianas precincts reporting md votes or 60 per cent compared to for Lar America First Daly who opposed him CHALLENGES ZHUKOV Red Paper Denies Stalin Unprepared for Nazi Attack MOSCOW army newspaper Red Star Wednesday de nounced as absolutely wrong and harmful recent charges that Joseph Stalin left the Soviet Union unprepared for Naai Germanys onslaught v The big army paper thus challenged the position taken April 24 by Military Herald official magazine of Defense Minister Marsha Georgi Zhukov The Military Herald is distributed only to high ranking officers Military Herald had blamed Stalin for ignoring warnings by Soviet intelligence that Hitler planned to attack the Soviet Union magazine said the German Clough Asks Mason City Flight Stop CEDAR RAPIDS hearing was in progress here Wednesday on the advisability of establishing a new northsouth air route be tween MinneapolisSt Paul and St Louis Mo The proposed route would in clude Rochester and Cedar Rapids Iowa as intermediate stops with service also to the IowaIllinois QuadCities area and Peoria 111 North Central Airlines of Min neapolis and Air Lines of St Louis are seeking the permit to fly the route Neutral witnesses included Law rence A Pat Touchae repre senting the Waterloo Chamber of Commerce and Ray E Clough attorney for the Mason City Air port Commission They asked that Waterloo and Mason City be desig nated as flight stops Studebaker Denies Merger Reports NEW YORK N Y WVJames J Nance president of Studebaker Packard Tuesday night de nied published reports that the company soon will announce a merger with the CurtissWright an aircraft manufacturer All I can tell you is that it Isnt Nance said when told of the reports published in Detroit newspapers Nance said merger talks had been held time ago with CurtissWright but that nothing definite had materialized SAME tutfc fa fwit M hwink attack turned out to be sudden or the Soviet Union although it cannot be considered to have been udden for the highest leadership of the country which at that time vss wholly concentrated in the hands of Dramatic Demonstration The conflict between the army newspaper and the Defense Minis try magazine was the most dra matic demonstration yet of the ferment and confusion set off by the campaign of the present So viet leadership to downgrade Stal in and rewrite the history oJ World War II Some Western observers specu lated that the Military Heralds charges had been circulated too widely and had to be countered shortly and sharply To others it appeared to be a case of serious second thoughts on how far down the Communist hierarchy the blame for Russias unprepared ness would descend Red Stars article commemor ating the llth anniversary of VE took a positive attitude to ward the Soviet Unions prepared ness for World War II The Central Committee of the Communist Party and the Sovie government reckoned with the possibility long before the war started that Fascist Germany sooner or later would attack the Soviet the army paper said No Defense Observers outside the Iron Cur tain noted with interest that the article did not defend Stalin by name but rather the party Centra Committee and the Soviet govern ment Although Stalin actually dominated both at the time of the war by defending the organiza tion instead of the dictator the army paper remained in line with the Kremlins current emphasis on collective Contradiction of one of his service publications by another was not regarded as any down grading of Marshal Zhukov He took the salute at the annual May Day parade and the Moscow press and radio Wednesday gave the top spot to his order of the day for VE Day foreign policy Kefauver with of the states precincts counted had votes or 38 per cent No Opposition He had no opposition on the Democratic side He had hoped o pull down at least 41 per cent of the total percentage Adlai E Stevenson got in losing o Eisenhower in 1952 The Indiana vote was unusually ight even though real contests were lacking Democrats had hoped for an indication of farm resentment of administration poli cies but no such signals appeared Gov George Craig a Republi can saw it this way It was not only a defeat for Kefauver but for the entire Demo cratic party It is no secret that he Democrats were attempting o poll a big vote as a re buke to the President and to pro vide propaganda that Eisenhower is weak in the farm areas They failed miserably because the voters knew the charges wjere false The farmers did not storm to the polls in response to the urgings of Kefauver and Demo cratic State Chairman Charles E No Indication Skillen took this view The vote for Kefauver is no indication whatever of the No vember He said Demo crats didnt try to turn out a big vote and that many farmers chose to work instead of vote be cause of warm sunny weather The state Democratic organiza tion is regarded as more friendly to Adlai Stevenson than Kefauver for the party presidential nomina tion Writein voting was prohibited but Indianians were free to vote in either the Democratic or Re publican primaries regardless of their registration Eisenhower also collected 32 firstballot votes in the GOP Na tional Convention and Kefauver got 26 Democratic votes Hoosiers can vote as they please after the first ballots at their respective conventions Some Highlights There was even less national significance in the other four state primaries but some had redhot contests Some highlights FLORIDA Gov Leroy Collins easily and somewhat unexpected ly swept past five opponents to win Democratic renomination tantamount to reelection He will oppose the GOP contender Wil liam A Washburne in No vember FLEEING TO EAST BERLIN UP East German Communist leaders said Wednes day increasing numbers of West German youths are fleeing to East Germany to escape conscrip tion in West Germany OHIO Republican C William ONeill and Democrat Michael V DiSalle won party fights for the right to contend in November for Ohio governorship Both seek the governors chair being vacated by Democrat Frank Lausche who was unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the Senate now held by Re publican George Bender WEST VIRGINIA Gov Wil liam C Marland held a slim lead over State Atty Gen John G Fox in a fiveway fight for the Democratic nomination for the Senate seat made vacant by the death of Sen Harley Kilgore NEW the count only about half completed Gov John F Simms had a slim lead over corporation commissioner Ingram B Pickett in the contest for the Democratic nomination for governor Edwin L Mechem was unopposed for the GOP nomination U S Office Attacked by Greek Mob Protest British Plan for Hanging ATHENS Greece in lamed by British plans to hang wo Greek Cypriots attacked the Information Service Office and battled police here Wednes day They had burned a British flag n Athens main square in pro test against the execution of the wo convicted of political gun play Windows of the Information Center were smashed but police stood off attempts of the rioter to break into the building Stoned by rioters the police fired into the air to break up the raid Authorities reported two per sons slain and at least 120 rioters and police injured Solid A solid line of police guardec big downtown hotels crammec with American and British tour ists A noisy crowd of about had gathered in the square to hear a speech on Cyprus by Arch bishop Dorotheus Greek orthodox primate of Greece Excited demonstrators bran dished sighs many in English calling Sir John Harding British governor of the Mediterranean is land colony the Gauleiter of Cy Others said Gangster Harding you will and lei us quit At the same time thousands oi students were reported demon strating against Britain in the northern city of Salonika Allowed The government first bannec Wednesdays demonstration then relented and allowed it to be held But it rushed troops and na tional police into the capital to guard against any violent out fa u r s t Police blocked all ap proaches to the British Embassy Foreign Minister Sypros Theo tokis protested to British Ambas sador Sir Charles Peake Tuesday night the rejection of appeals against the death sentences im posed by British courts on Cyprus against Michael Karaolis and An drew Dimetrious for political shootings Both were active in the Enosis union with Greece move ment on Cyprus and are consid ered heroes by Greeks who de mand the British surrender the colony MORE BOMBS FRANKFURT Germany UP disposal squads uncov ered 105 bombs and 10 grenades in Frankfurt during April accord ing In police NEAREST TO Gnelen Felt Pasadena third from left the shadow of the steel and concrete bunker on Eniwetok Island within which ho will monitor the big Hbomb blast He is talking with newsmen left to right Elton Fay Associated Press Joseph Myler United Press and Bob Considine International News Service Dr Felt and his handful of technicians may well have to remain within the bunker for days should the lingering radiation be of great intensity UNFAVORABLE WINDS Tesf Is Postponed Again By ELTON C FAY ABOARD USS MT McKINLEY Eniwetok Atoll WWWeapons e perts waiting here for one of mans greatest explosions are prepare to cope with possibility that the scheduled Shot Cherokc might turii out to be one of the greatest duds ever The Hbomb explosion now is tentatively set for Friday Thurs day time after being layed for the third time Tuesday because of unfavorable wind con ditions In considering eventualities in connection with the nuclear tests weapons experts of Task Force 7 told newsmen Wednesday they are prepared to handle even the possibility that the nuclear weapon should plummet to earth without exploding after it leaves Ford Resigns Ford Foundation Post DETROIT Iff Henry Ford II has resigned as board chairman of the huge Ford Foundation turning over the post to Rowan Gaither its president Ford announced Tuesday he would step down from the chair manship of the philanthropic or ganization founded by his father and his grandfather He will con tinue as a member of the board Sports Bulletin NEW YORK Pater son srvd Tommy Hurricane Jackson were matched Wednes day fer a 12round heavyweight bout at Madison Square Gar den Friday June I as part of the elimination to determine a successor to heavyweight cham pion Rocky Merciane SEN WALTER F GEORGE Sen George Not to Seek ReElection WASHINGTON UP Sen Walter F George 78yearold dean of the Senate and its most powerful figure in foreign rela tions announced Wednesday he will not seek reelection President Eisenhower promptly offered him a post as his personal representative in NATO work George indicated he would accept the job The veteran Georgia Democrat said he had told Mr Eisenhower he would not shirk my duty or any responsibilty that might be requested of Unexpected George chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee re vealed his sudden and unexpected decision to retire from the Senate in this onesentence announce ment For good and sufficient rea sons on which I will not elaborate at this time I will decline to offer again for the Senate after the present The veteran Georgia Demo crats physician gave one of the reasons Dr Worth B Daniels said the decision was a wise He said George has had a mild difficulty with his heart and mild Hardest Fight George also had fsced one of the hardest political fights of his career in a contest for renomina tion against former Georgia Gov Herman Talmadge Georges decision not to make the race stunned the capitol About a half hour before made his formal announcement today he gave a United Press reporter the first direct word that he was withdrawing from the race I think its the best thing to do all things he told the reporter the B52 Stratojet bomber some feet in the air Assuming that the Hbomb should not explode and should land in an accessible the Learn of nuclear experts from Sandia N and IMS Alamos weapons laboratories would dis arm it the experts said Then after analysis the team would attempt to salvage any use ful remaining components under the usual radiological safety pre the experts explained Unofficial guesses are that the Hbomb used in Shot Cherokee will produce an explosion equi valent to the eneregy produced by seven million tons of TNT Details of how the disarming team would go about defusing an Hbomb was wrapped up in the secrecy regarding the bombs design However it seems logical to as sume that one of the first steps would be to uncork the trigger device of the nuclear fission type gadget which creates the heat to bring about fusion of atoms in the thermonuclear reaction With the trigger device re moved the prospects of an explo sion probably would be remote President to Get Medical Check Friday WASHINGTON Eisenhower announced Wednes day that he will undergo a thor ough medical checkup on Friday The chief executive said the ex animation would be from head to toe He said he was not undergoini the extensive tests specifically be cause of his heart attack of las Sept 24 but that his cardiac con dition would be examined closclj during the course of the tota checkup Presumably he will enter Wal ler Jleerl Hospital here for the examination Bettendorf Youth Dies in Crash BETTENDORF i 1 i a m Hotz 19 of Bettendorf was killed and a companion was critically injured in an auto accident on Highway 67 a mile east of the Davenport Country Club late Tuesday night William F Kosgard 21 of Bet tendorf was reported in critical condition Sheriffs deputies said the car went off the road rolled down an embankment and hit a tree SERVICES SET WEBSTER CITY Wi Services will be held Friday for Gustav V Nissen 61 founder of the Nissen k Son Packing Co here He died Tuesday following an illness of years Tulip Festival at Pella Nicely Timed PELLA MB The annual Pella Tulip Time Festival which opens Thursday and continues through Saturday appears to have been nicely timed this year Tulips here are just beginning to bloom with many still in the bud stage About The Weather Mason City Cloudy and cooler Wednesday night and Thursday Low Wednesday night 4650 High Thursday around 60 Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday night scattered showers and thunderstorms northeast and extreme east cooler northwest Thursday partly cloudy and cooier Minnesota Clearing and cooler Wednesday night Some light frost in northwest and extreme north Thursday fair cooler in south and extreme east GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Tuesday fi9 Minimum Tuesday night 50 At 8 a m Wednesday 68 YEAR AGO Maximum 65 Minimum U S Has Confidence in U N In Middle East Says Dulles By JOHN M HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON United lutes was reported ready Vcdncsday to hack another Mid Ic East peace mission by ccrclary General Dag Hummar kjold if lie thinks it would pro note IsraeliArab agreement Secretary of State Dulles said uestlay night this country and Is Western Allies now have reater confidence in United Nn ions handling of the dangerous Middle East situation since Rus ia has indicated it is prepared to support a solution through he The Soviet Union seems in reasingly aware of the danger ins consequences of reckless ac Dulles said in a speech icre before an international con entlon of Bnai Brlth a Jewish ralernal organization Broadcast Speech His broadcast speech tonsil utcd a report on his meeting in aris last week with other foreign ninistcrs of the 15nation North Atlantic Treaty Organization It vas largely devoted to tlie possi bilities of expanding NATOi work Recalling that NATO had not taken up the Middle East crisis North African problems and tho fcitter Cyprus dispute because it has been solely concerned with military matters Dulles declared Surely the Atlantic community is not adequately organized if matters of this nature which could shake the community to its foundation develop over the years without any effort at broad consultation between the mem bers Makts Me appealed for a decision by all the NATO governments to authorize the 15nation council to consult regularly on problems of common interest Such a step he said would greatly alter the entire character of the commun ity As for the Middle East Dulles reaffirmed policy of main taining Israels independence against Arab pressures and also of seeking friendly relations with both sides He said those points are com monly held by the NATO powers These powers further believe lie declared that solid reliance can be placed upon the principles of the United Nations Charter and Lhat no nation of the area which conforms internationally with those principles will stand Past efforts to move toward a settlement of the substantive is sues in the Middle East have en countered serious he said The task remains com plex and no real solutions will easily come by Progress Necessary But progress there is as neces sary as it is difficult and there are grounds for hope that it may be possible to maintain the mo mentum now established by Mr Hammarskjolds current State Department officials said there is no decision as yet among interested countries as to how to maintain the But they made clear that if Hammar skjold thinks further talks by him with Arab and Israeli leaders would promote prospects for peace the United States is ready to back such an assignment The Security Council at urging sent Hammarskjold to the Middle East a month ago to try to restore observance by both sides of the ceasefire agree ment which ended the Palestine War eight years ago Hammarskjold succeeded in getting Israel and its Arab neigh bors to pledge to live up to the armistice terms and avoid in itiating border violations STEEL LIGHT POSTS CHICAGO W Thieves stole nine metal light posts each 17 feet long and weighing pounds from a South Side park ing lot The posts were to have been installed in the 7900 block of Halsted Street which has been widened The estimated the loss At V   

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