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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 4, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home Mason City Mighty Little Contributed by Mn William Seurtot 744 3rd North Iowa ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Seven Cent a CojiyJ MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 4 1954 Tfcta Paper Cowistj at Two One M Vot t t in S Details of Blast Against Stalin Are Bared One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qulnoy 1830 Sunday KGLO U301H Sunday WOI 610 Thursday WSVl City QlOi Saturday For an Aroused Public Opinion is no substitute for an A aroused public opinion when it comes to achieving safety onj the streets and highways of America This was the foremost conclu sion arrived at recently when some men and women from every part of the middle west convened in Chicago at a confer ence called by the Presidents Committee for Traffic Safety It wasnt I should hasten toj add the only conclusion Nor was there anything start lingly new about it As far back as 1946 at the first highway safety conference held in the na tional capital on invitation from the White House this same truth was recognized That year Paul G Hoffman the publicspirited automobile manufacturer was appointed to rally public opinion behind a frontal attack on traffic slaugh ter The term used was public support rather than public but they meant the same thing A couple of years later when the Indiana man chosen to administer the Marshall Plan it fell to me to head up the commit tee for public support in the na tional program growing out of the White House conferences I had served as vice chairman of thecommittee under Paul Hoff man Victory Wouldnt Stay Won You may say and theres a measure of truth in the observa tion that if Mr Hoffman and I and those who succeeded us had done the job assigned to us sufficiently well it wouldnt be necessary at this time to direct so much attention to the stimu lation of public support for traf fic safety My rebuttal to this suggestion would be that this struggle for an sroused public opinion like the struggle against the larger The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy warm through Tuesday with octor were disclosed Monday when problem of safety on our high ways is one that will never be won for keeps It isnt a victory that will stay put What seems perfectly clear at least I never heard it disputed during my three days in Chicago in connection with the regional conference to which I have re ferred is that if the Ameri can public wanted safety on its streets and highways bad enough to pay the price an amazing de gree of traffic safety could be had almost overnight The formula by which this could be achieved is known A top authority in the field has said that the causes and cure for traf fic slaughter arc as well known as the causes and cure of such epidemic diseases as smallpoxj and diphtheria Maybe theres a INSPECT WRECKAGEMaj Walter Raas Davenport CAP Jerry Helble 11 inspect the wreckage of the light plane in which Alvin Johnson Blue Grass died Sunday Young Helble received only scratches when the plane piloted by his father hit the top of the Helble farm home upper right just before hitting the ground 6 Wiley Hurls Accusation at McCarthy WASHINGTON Wiley RWis Monday accused Sen McCarthy his fellow Wisconsin Republican of helping to en gineer the state GOP convention coup which endorsed Rep Glenn Davis as a candidate for Wileys Senate seat The two senators long un friendly clashed in an angry facetoface Senate debate in which Wiley said kingmaker backers of Davis have not de nied arming him with a jackpot to help finance his Blue Grass Man Killed 2 Injured in Plane Crash DAVENPORT A 1 v i n F Johnson 47 Blue Grass was killed and two friends injured Sunday afternoon when a light plane crashed on takeoff on the Vernon Helble farm about 12 campaign Wild Charge McCarthy accused Wiley of making wild and completely ir responsible He told Wiley that it was not king makers but the rank and file of the Republican Party who re pudiated McCarthy said the rankand file decided you have not been a good senator and decided they didnt want McCarthy acknowledged that he did play a very active part in the state conventions affairs Now I Wiley shot back the junior senator McCarthy has become particep Lawyers around the Senate de fined this legal term as meaning participant in the Take Seat While Wiley was making his prepared speech McCarthy asked that Wiley be called to order for what he termed an attempt to impugn the integrity of a member of the When a senator is called to order he must Ballots Cast in City Before 2 P M 1 TOTALS miles southeast of here Helble 40 was the pilot of the plane He and Floyd Fix 42 also of Blue Grass were hospitalized here Helbles son Jerry 11 es caped with only a scratch Helble and his party had just taken off from a landing strip on the farm when the planes motor died The plane first hit some wires then struck the Helble home and pancaked upside down on the lawn Johnson was thrown from the plane Mrs Helble who had just re turned from a ride in the plane was watching from the runway when the plane crashed Helble a farmer and sportsman keeps 1956 J1W IP 93 1W 2P 146 2W IP 2W 2P 78 3W 240 3W 2P 99 4W IP 176 several planes in a hangar on his farm 209 53 1954 95 143 212 97 352 94 217 48 1952 140 174 307 129 352 99 266 Voting was comparatively light in Mason at the pri mary election Only ballots had been cast by 2 as com pared with two years ago and in the last presidential election year 1952 Voting traditionally is heaviest L caui auu WUC however during the evening Greecc arrived hours The polls close at 8 Khrushchevs Talk Kindled Movement WASHINGTON S Khrushchev charged when launchingthe present Kremlin regimes dcwn grading of Joseph Stalin that Stalin was planning a mur derous new purge of top associates just before he died Khrushchev said Stalin had made baseless charges against Vyacheslov M Molotov then Soviet foreign minister and Anastas I Mikoyan a member of the top Politburo And characterizing Stalin as sickly he said the late Soviet Premier once entertained a suspicion that the present of Russia Klementi Y rAll frit About casional thundershowers High Tuesday 8285 night 5860 Low Monday Iowa Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday Widely scattered thundershowers Monday night Continued warm Low Monday night 50s northeast lower 60s southwest Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 8 degrees above normal Normal highs 77 north to 80 south Normal lows 54 north to 58 south Somewhat warmer Tuesday Only minor changes thereafter Rainfall will average from onehalf to three fourths of an inch north to one tenth to an inch south occurring as intermittent thundershowers throughout the period Minnesota Partly cloudy show the State Department released a version of the speech the current Communist boss made on Feb 2425 to a Soviet Commu nist Party Congress session It is not Khrush chev said in the course of his speech which ran on after mid night that had Stalin remained at the helm for another several months Comrades Molotov and Mikoyan would probably have not delivered any speeches at this the February Congress Cover Up Stalin evidently had plans to finish off the old members of the up ers GlobeGazette weather data to 8 a m Monday Maximum Sunday 76 Minimum Sunday night 51 At 8 a m Monday 67 YEAR AGO Maximum 86 Minimum 58 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum 73 Minimum 47 At 8 66 80 62 Maximum Minimum VISIT FRANCE TOULON France King Paul and Queen Frederika of Monday aboard the Greek cruiser Helli to begin a Grace in January Says Report NEW YORK UP Grace Kelly married April 16 to Prince Rainier of Monaco is expecting a baby late next Januaryj the New York Post said Monday me VilCfR UIU15LT neiLI LO DCBI throughout the state according state visit to Francef to Iowa law The Dolls close th ah t Courthouse 2nd Ward 2nd throughout the state according precmct McKinlW Srhnol 3PH to law Voting places in Mason City are as follows First Ward 1st Precinct School Administration Building 1st Ward 2nd Precinct Waterworks 2nd Ward 1st Pre Precinct McKinley School Ward 1st Precinct City Hall 3rd Ward 2nd Precinct Roosevelt Junior High School 4th Ward 1st Precinct S and R Garage 4th Ward 2nd Precinct Madison School touch of oversimplification in ns seat such a sweeping statement but ScnNeuberger presid its truer than most at tflc timc escaped the ne tions cessity making a ruling Wiley said he hadnt mentioned A Matter of Application The fact is that we do know how to hold highways to a accidents fraction on of our the present rate Then why dont we give application to our knowl edge Thats where an aroused public opinion comes into the picture All of us are for traffic safety as an abstract proposition To be interruption otherwise would be like being against sin But being for safety as an abstraction and being for safety as a stern reality are two quite different things The one is both cheap and easy the other one is neither cheap nor easy Not long ago I sat in a meet ing at which a law enforcer took 4CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 any names and asked to be al lowed to complete his speech hit ting at the kingmakers and Eisenhowerhaters he said manipulated an endorsement of Davis McCarthy then moved that Wiley be allowed to proceed Its another indication of who is in the Wiley said of McCarthys Mrs Schramm Again Heads U N Group DES MOINES Mrs James S Schramm Burlington been reelected for a Voroshilov was an English He said Stalin had a listening device put in Voroshi lovs home These new details of Khrush chevs assault on the fallen dicta Politburo and in this way provide a cover for all shameful acts of Stalin acts which we are now Portions of the Khrushchev speech had come to light before but the document released Mon day went far beyond anything previously reported as to the ve hemence of the assault on Stalin The State Department said the document is understood to have been prepared for the guidance of the party leadership of a party outside of the Soviet Union American officials said the im pact of the Khrushchev speech could best be understood if com pared with the way an American audience would react to a de nunciation of George Washington or Abraham Lincoln by a suc ceeding president In the course of the secret ses sion Khrushchev made these ma jor points against Stalin 1 Stalin used terroristic meth ods against honest Soviet people in order to establish his own power so that the present Soviet Premier Nikoli A Bulganin once told Khrushchev It has hap pened sometimes that a man BEFORE PLUNGE Mrs James Magwood arrow hangs from a fifth floor window in the grip of Army Sgt William Garrard seconds before her plung3 Sunday from her New ark apartment home Gar rard caught the woman as she was poised on the window ledge but couldnt hang on xJ a comparatively quiet time up to early afternoon Monday Here the officials m the first precinct of the fourth ward in Mason City has wait as Mrs James Bailey helps a voter in one machine The curtains are closed on third term another voter while two machines are idle The officials left to right nre Mrs Guv Assn forj Koark Maynard Fessenden hidden behind Mrs Mrs J N Cutler and goes to Stalin on his invitation a friend Ami when he sits withi Stalin he does not know where he will be sent next home or to Long List 2 Stalin liquidated a long list of men who had worked with him including such eminent party and government leaders as Kos sior Rudzutak Eikhe Postyshev Voznesensky Kuzentsov and Ro 3 In the months before Nazi I Germanys attack on Russia Stalin ignored warnings from Prime Minister Churchill of Brit ain and from Soviet observers in Berlin that the attack was com ing He failed to get ready and his failure cost Russia terrible defeats in the first stages of the German assault 4 Stalin caused annihilation of many military commanders and political workers during 1937 J941 because of suspicion This contributed disastrously to gen eral lack of Soviet readiness for Hitlers attack 5 In the 1930s Stalin showed in a whole series of cases his in tolerance his brutality and his abuse of power because instead of trying to show the correct ness of his leadership he often chose the path of repression and physical annihilation not only against actual enemies but also against innocent persons Stalin once told Khrushchev I will shake my little finger and there will be no more Tito he will But Tito did not fall and Khrushchev said We have paid dearly for his shaking of the little AP Wirophotos A NET JN Mag wood a mother of four plunges from the fifth floor window as hundreds of spectators gasp Sgt Garrard had been able to hold the woman long enough to allow firemen to spread a safe ty net under her Thus her sui cide attempt was foiled Argyle Area Gir Dies in Accident FORT MADISON Elsie Beach daughter of Mr and Mrs Ernest Beach of near Argyle was dead on arrival at a hospital here late Saturday after she fell from the rear of a pick up truck on Highway 61 about three miles south of here Author ities said the little giri was run over by a trailer puiled by the truck which was driven by her father Report Light Turnout Two Guides Watched DES MOINES voting in Iowas primary election way running only a little heavier than the light balloting in the 1954 pri mary a spot check of precincts in the cities indicated Monday The election was being watched nationally for two guides though indications were that it does not bear the importance nationally of balloting in some larger itates Some cities said they noted a ilight increase in Democratic vot ing early in the day but the in crease was not pronounced enough to draw any conclusion of a major shift from Republican to Democratic strength One of the high points is the contest for senator and how it may reflect the attitude of lowans toward President Eisen howers farm program and poli cies The other guide will be the Re publican and Democratic vote to tals which could indicate the Presidents strength now com pared with 1952 However since Iowa has no pro vision for a presidential prefer ence primary it will give no in dication of the relative strength of two Democratic presidential aspirants Adlai Stevenson of Illi nois and Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee Indirect Test The big Iowa showing will what some may regard as an in direct test of the administration on agricultural matters in this hub state of the farm belt It comes between Sen B B Hickenloopers contest for Repub lican renomination with Iowa Atty Gen Dayton Countryman Hickenlooper 59 and seeking a third term in the Senate has cited his support of Eisenhower policies and has stressed during his cam paign the new soil bank program and his amendment increasing acreage allotments The senator has backed the administration including the flexible farm price support plan Rigid Supports Countryman 38 has cam paigned for high rigid price sup ports and has criticized Hicken loopers vote for the natural gas bill Contesting for the Democratic senatorial nomination arc R M Spike Evans 65 former nation al AAA administrator and Feder al Reserve Board member and Lumund F Wtfcox 43 an attor ney Gov Leo Hoegh out for Re publican renomination for a sec term has no opposition in the primary Seeking the right to oppose him in the fall are Demo crats Herschel C Loveless 45 Ottumwa and Lawrence E Plum mer 46 Northwood W H Nicholas Mason City former lieutenant governor is opposed by Wendell Pendleton Storm Lake for the Republican nomination for that post Two Opposed The eight incumbent Republican Congressmen all are seeking re nomination and only two of Them Reps H R Gross Waterloo and Henry 0 Talle Decorah opposition In most dis tricts the Democrats have several candidates for their partys con gressional nominations Also to be chosen are Republi an and Democratic nominees for state offices and the parties1 se ections for the Legislature Although voter registration is required in only the 25 larger cities a registered Democrat could ask and get a Republican primary ballot and vice versa However little switch voting was expected Writein votes are per nitted but they are not expected o be of any significance SAME EXACTRESS DFES SANTA BARBARA Catharine MacDonald Holmes he American beauty of the si lent screen died early Monday after long illness V   

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