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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI N I W S A P E R THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIQHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Auociated Pnm ud Uaitod rull LCSM Wlrti CScvta a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY Thli Paper Consists ot Four Section No 1M 2 Cypriots Executed Rioting Feared IlthHour Appeal on Aid Bill Dulles Is the Final Witness House Group Ends Hearing WASHINGTON WTSecretary of State Dulles said Thursday noth ing has yet happened in the world situation to make it prudent to terminate or curtail the foreign aid program Dulles made an llthhour appeal to the House Foreign Affairs Com mittee not to cut into President Eisenhowers request for in new foreign aid funds He was the last scheduled wit ness before the committee begins voting next week Committee Chairman Richards DSC has said the House group may chop as much as IVz billion dollars off the controversial pro gram of aid to 54 nations Security Dulles said that from the Presi dent on down the administration considers the expenditure neces sary for the security of the United Dulles noted he has just re turned from a meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion where Bussias change from military to nonmilitary tactics were discussed But nothing has yet happened which in my opinion would make it prudent to terminate or curtail the present he said Dulles said it is demonstrable that Russias offer of aid to other nations are not aimed at strength ening the independence of the oth er countries but are only for the purpose of bringing about what Lenin called the amalgamation of these peoples into the Commu nist Huge Grants the secretary of state continued we cannot ig nore the fact that the Soviet Union today measures its assistance to its satellite allies in terms of bil lions of dollars and its assistance to other countries in terms of hun dreds of million dollars It would indeed be ironical if the United States should sharply curtail its mutual security pro gram just at the time when the Soviet Union is moving with pred atory intent into the field which we would thus Therefore Dulles said the new Communist tactics make it more than ever imperative that the United States should continue the economic phase of our mutual security Dulles said allies help pro tect this countrys security with their own troops and economic activity But he said the gov ernments of these countries can not maintain their present forces without some economic help VISIT POPE VATICAN CITY UP Pius XII received screen star Gary Cooper his wife and daugh ter in a special audience Wednes day OUT OF THE DOGHOUSE AP Wircphoto Barnard 2 Fargo Attorney tor Sachs Denies Government Made Promise of Prosecution Immunity FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES ST attorney for a tax evader whose case two Truman administration officials are accused of conspiring to fix denied Thursday that internal revenue agents ever made a promise of immunity from prosecution Ben L Shlfrin former attorney for Irving Sachs a shoe broker who pleaded guilty in 1951 to tax evasion made the denial repeatedly under questioning by Wyllys S Newcomb special assistant attorney general Newcomb is in charge of the prosecution of former White House secretary Matthew J Connelly T Lamar Caudle former head of the Justice Departments tax and Harry I Schwimmer an attorney Shifrins testimony was aimed at rebutting the defense conten tion that tax agents had made promises of immunity during the nquiry into Sachs affairs They are accused of conspiring About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy with occasional showers and thunder storms Thursday night and Fri day morning Mild Thursday night low 5055 Partly cloudy and warmer Friday high in 70s I o w a Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday night little change in temperature Low 40s northeast 50s west south Friday partly cloudy and warmer Minnesota Showers warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a in Thursday Maximum Wednesday 75 Minimum Wednesday night 51 At 8 a m Thursday 54 Precipitation 09 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 51 Minimum 47 N crawls from a neighbors doghouse Thursday to show where he napped for four hours Wednesday while his frantic parents and policemen combed the area Mr and Mrs Tillman Barnard were so relieved at finding Kyle safe that they decided against another stretch in the doghouse a fix the tax evasion case of St Louis shoe broker Irving Sachs Frederick M Seltzer former district counsel for the Internal Revenue Bureau in Kansas City Wednesday quoted Schwim mer as saying Connelly arranged a delay in the Sachs case Schwimmer said Matt Con nelly had arranged with the De partment of Justice to take all be time necessary to recoup be fore taking the matter Selt zer testified Schwimmer had suffered a ieart attack shortly before the Sachs case which he represented was turned over to the Justice Department for prosecution The word recoup apparently re erred to Schwimmer regaining his health S h i f r i n testified Wednesday hat Kansas City lawyer David L Sachs representative iad recommended Schwimmer as the right man to handle the evasion case i Showers Cover Much of State Thunderstorms which developed in west central Iowa early Thurs day moved eastward across the state at a rate of 30 to 40 miles an hour and brought liberal mois ture to many areas The rainfall totals varied con siderably from point to point and in some localities strong winds and some hail were reported Both Denison and Williamsburg reported nearly an inch and a half of moisture but some areas got only a trace of precipitation or none at all Mason City had 09 The Weather Bureau said the moisture resulted when cooler air which covered most of Iowa dur ing the night clashed with warm moist air to the south Senate Committee Amends Social Security Bill WASHINGTON Senate Finance Committee Thursday voted to strip from the social se curity bill the disability benefits and most of the provision for low er retirement age for women These were the two major pro visions in the bill passed over whelmingly by the House last summer The Eisenhower admin istration opposed both The only part of either section accepted by the committee was the part permitting widows to start drawing social security re tiremeht payments at age 62 An estimated widows would benefit from this the first year Wives and working women stil would come under the 65year rule The disability section woulc have provided payments for per sons disabled at age 50 or higher The committee also knocked out of the bill the social security tax increase put in by the House to finance the benefits This woulc have amounted to per cen each for employer and employe Accident Injuries Fatal to Iowa Man SIOUX CITY Bea som 27 Sioux City died in a hos pital Thursday of injuries re ceived in an auto accident Apri 29 Beacom was driving a car which went out of control ant crashed into a box car parked on a siding His mother Ethel Mae Beacom 70 was killed in the crash OneDay Production Shutdown for GM DETROIT W Motor Corp announced Thursday tha in order to balance production with current customer demand all of its automotive assembl operations will be shut down Fri day Production will be resumec Monday in all plants 58 for Ike in Indiana Demos Open New Attack By THE ASSOCIATED FRESS Democratic leaders fired new iroadsides at the Republican ad ministration as a cleanup of re urns showed President Eisenhow er received 58 per cent of the xtal vote in Tuesdays Indiana primary In Los Angeles Adlai Steven on said Wednesday night the Ei senhower administration is fail ng to cope with social problems ind is devoting a smaller per centage of our national income or our social welfare than we were in than we were 20 years Stevenson campaigning for lalifornias 68 votes at the Demo cratic presidential nominating convention advocated broadened ederal aid programs in educa ion medical care and old age benefits Fewer Puople At Oxnard Sen Estes Kefauver who is opposing Stev enson in the June 5 California primary told a crowd in the town plaza that if the adminis tration continues in office the control of our country is going to be more and more in the hands of fewer and fewer In a New York speech Wednes day night former President Tru man indicated in somewhat roundabout fashion he believes Republican foreign policy chiefs have been taken in by Russias avowals of peaceful intentions Presenting the Four Freedoms Award to Gov Averell Harriman of New York Truman recalled that Harriman a former ambas sador to Russia warned 11 years ago the Soviets were planning to undermine peace And said Truman Harriman is not taken in today as so many of our leaders seem to be by the smile on the face of the Krem Remains Neutral Truman has declared himself uncommitted to any candidate for he Democratic presidential nom ination But he had warm praise for Harriman who describes him self as an inactive candidate As for the Indiana primary late returns from normally Demo cratic Lake County cut Eisen howers share of the total vote in the state and boosted Kefauvers slice a trifle Final unofficial returns gave Eisenhower 58 per cent of the ex ceptionally light total of votes Lar America First Daly Eisenhowers token opponent or the GOP ballot collected 2 per cent And Kefauver who was un opposed on the Democratic side was credited with 40 per cent Ke fauver also got Indianas 26 Dem ocratic convention votes In the Ohio primary Gov Frank J Lausche wound up with 54 of the states 58 Democratic nominating votes pledged to him as the states favorite son pres idential Lausche elected candidate Four anti delegates also were ATHENS RIOT BARRAGE AP Wlrcphoio Police and demonstrators exchange volleys of sticks and stones in an Athens street Wednesday at the height of disorders called in protest for the hangingof two Greek rebels on Cyprus The hangings were carried out despite threats of new outbreaks Ike Seeking Another High Democrat for Top Position Talmadge to Campaign for To Clear Old Highway 18 by Saturday The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors said Thursday that Henry C Npdland had agreed to clear dirt and equip ment off old Highway 18 between Clear Lake and Ventura and open the road for traffic by Saturday if the weather permits Nodland heads the Nodland Construction C Alexandria Minn The firm has been work ing on the sanitary sewer be tween Clear Lake and Ventura A temporary injunction was is sued Monday restraining Nod land from continuing with the work as long as traffic on the county road remains blocked The county claims that the road is being ruined by the con struction and heavy equipment traveling and resting on the road Nodland and his attorneys met Thursday with the supervisors County Attorney William Pappas and two trustees of the Sanitary Sewer District Nodland told the supervisors that he would re move his equipment and dirt from the road by Saturday Nodland said after the meeting that his firm would finish laying about 100 feet of tile in a ditch already dug alongside the road He said all work would cease after the tile is laid and the road is cleared until the legal matters are cleared Meanwhile District Judge Tom Boynton signed an order giving Nodland until June 15 to enter an answer to the countys peti tion asking an injunction Nodland wouldnt estimate how much the delay in the work would cost his company But it will be a said We sizeable have he six pieces of heavy equipment out there And you cant lay off all the Twenty men have been working on the project Louie Armstrong Lays It on for Princess Margaret LONDON Satch mo Armstrong looked beyond the footlights at a pretty Eng lish girl in a blue dress seated in the audience I want to play something special for an old flame boys Lets lay it on for the he rasped prettiest the hep pest as well The princess tapped her feet and at the right chor uses as the jazz king wowed cats at Empress Hall It was her first big jazz concert When Satchmo blew strong on High she rapped The boys aid it on cool and out the beat with her program When he swung Into Tender she sat back with her eyes closed and just listened Few ef the screaming jazz fans previously had noticed Princess Margaret sitting with Dominic Elliott her frequent escort and twe other couples strong with Mahogany Hall Stomp and the girl in blue tapped away in cool delight She was Princess Margaret and she proved to the few fans who saw her at the Armstrong jazz concert Wednesday night that she was net enly Europes HERMAN TALMADGE Missing Tots Show Up at Farm House PARKERSBURG wet and cold children object of a night long search by some 250 of ficers and volunteers made their way to a neighbors farm house near here Thursday morning aft er having been lost in the woods about two miles from their home They were Verna Scoles 6 and her 4yearold brother Jun ior children of Mr and Mrs Warren Scoles who live about nine miles northeast of here The bedraggled children who tiad been feared drowned hi the nearby West Fork River told the farmer Lambert Immings that they had become lost in the wooded area and decided to sleep overnight when it became dark Although cold and weary their first thoughts were of food The children were last seen about 5 Wednesday playing near the woods which are visible from their home When they failed to come home for supper Scoles called author ities Some 250 men including Park ersburg police Iowa highway pa trolmen volunteers and neigh bors joined in the search They began dragging the backwaters of the river but gave up about 3 The men had searched the wooded area but failed to find the children After being fed and warmed up the youngsters were taken home SAME Georges Job WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower was reported authori tatively Thursday to be looking around for another widely known Democrat he can appoint to a high post in his administration This would follow up his offer Wednesday to name retiring Sen George DGa as his personal ambassador to the North At antic Treaty Organization George who announced he wont run again but will serve out his present term said he may be available for the post in Janu ary Georges announcement of re tirement was followed a few hours later by a formal statement from former Georgia Gov Her man Talmadge that he will seek the Democratic Senate nomina tion in the Sept 24 primary Strong Fight Talmadge has been campaign ing informally for months and it was generally anticipated that he would give George strong op position George gave no reason for re versing a previous decision to run again although his doctor spoke of health considerations The senator is 78 AntiTalmadge forces were re ported looking around for a pri mary opponent for the son of the late Eugene Talmadge Those named as most likely included former Acting Gov M E Thomp son defeated by Talmadge in 1948 and Earle Cocke Atlan ta airlines executive and former American Legion national com mander Wise Counsel At Atlanta Talmadge praised the retiring Senate dean and said if he is elected it shall be my purpose to seek the advice and wise counsel of Sen George oft He indicated his campaign will be keyed to maintenance of racial segregation George now services as chair man of the Senate Foreign Rela tions Committtee and congres sional spokesman for the Demo crats on foreign policy In the NATO position he would have a hand in new efforts to expand that organizationss role beyond a purely military one The offer of that post was gen erally viewed among Democratic senators as reresenting a White House effort to temper their par tys criticism of administration foreign policies in a campaign year Denying this was the aim a high administration official said however that Eisenhower would British in Bold Action Appeals Are Turned Down By ALLAN JACKS NICOSIA Cyprus British mithorltioshanged two Greek Cypriots Thursday for po litical shootings The death sen tences wore curried out nt dawn despite international clemency appeals and tho threat of bloody rioting on this tense island colony Michael Karaolis and Andreas Dcmctrious went to their deaths behind tho closely guarded walls o Nicosias big Central Prison Fellow Greek Cypriots had thronged tho islands churches praying tor an nthhour reprieve The pair were the first Greek Cypriols executed by the British in a fight against the 13month old violence campaign for Enosis of Cyprus with Greek The BritishCypriot fight has cost 92 other lives on Cyprus includ ing 27 British soldiers and 12 Cypriot policemen First Executions As the first Enosis fighters to be executed Karaolis and Deme trious were assured of martyr dom in the eyes of Greek CyprioU and the Greeks Karaolis was con victed of slaying a Nicosia police constable Demctrious of shooting a British businessman who recov ered Fearing a repetition of the bloody riots which killed at four persons and seriously in jured 142 in Greece Wednesday armed British troops patrolled every island community like to find cooperative1 Democrat be could name to some responsible position This source did not indicate whether Eisen hower had a particular job in mind In Athens news of the execu tions brought no immediate new violence but armed security forces stood ready for new trouble Barbed wire barricades already had been thrown around the British Embassy and rolls of wire were ready near instal lations Most Greek Cypriot shops in Ni cosia closed in protest over executions Small knots of men gathered in the downtown streets British jeeps and armored cars manned with machine guns kept constant patrol All Searched Only military and police offi cials witnessed the hangings Soldiers blocked all approaches half a mile from the prison and searched every person and ve hicle headed toward it Karaolis and Demetrlous lost their final appeal for executive clemency Tuesday Later their parents and attorneys appealed in vain to Queen Elizabeth II for clemency A Greek Orthodix priest who administered the last sacraments of the church Wednesday night said the two men met their fate with calm and courage Authoritative informants i n Washington said Secretary nt Stale Dulles had suggested in formally to British Foreign Sccre tary Selwyn Lloyd that postpone ment of the executions might ease the Cyprus crisis New Violence Appeals also came from Labor ite members of Britains Parlia ment Greek officials and church men and Cypriot leaders On the other hand reliable sources said a number of Cypriot policemen had threatened to quit if the death sentences were not carried out Despite British precautions scattered violence flared in Cy prus Wednesday A British com mando was killed and another in jured when their patrol car was bombed at Paphos In Limmasol a British soldier was wounded by a bomb and a British army fam ilys home was damaged by a ker osene bomb at Larnaca In Greece anger over the sen tencing touched off bloody riots Wednesday against both Britain and the United States America apparently because it has not sup ported Greeces demands in the United Nations for Cyprus Authorities said three persons were killed and 124 seriously in jured in Athens before troops and police restored order At one stage a stonethrowing crowd smasned windows of the Information Agency in Ath ens The riot was described as the worst in Greece since the 1944 Greek revolution
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