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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 25, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited foe An Investment in Mason City Doesnt COST It Pays ConiilfcuUd by AftiuN t WUr 233 J CM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION WSrArltTNAT MAX IS ALL NOKTH IOWA HI N I I M ft S VOL LXII AuocUlad PTCM ud United PreM Full Wire Ceati a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JUNE 25 CoiuUti of Two Lake Man Dies in TruckTrain Crash One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Quinojr 836 Sunday KGLO lls 8uBd woi Thnrid WSUI U CH Evolution of the Vice Presidency KtQ public office In our nation has been kicked around a long or as lustily as the Vic Presidency The more I think about it the more I am inclined to conclude that this is because its neither fish nor fowl so far as constitutional definition i concerned Under our organic law the Vice President has little power and few duties Its specified that he meet the age qualifications set up for the Chief Executive but the Constitution spells ou only two functions 1 He presides over the Senate and votes in case of a tie 2 He opens the certificates list ing the votes of Presidentia electors And thats what I mean when is I suggest that the office neither fish nor fowl It is lative rather more heavily than executive unless and until a successorship to the President arises Then the accent is on the executive side all of a sudden history of the Vice Presi dency reveals quite clearly that it was something of an afterthoughi so far as the founders of our re public were concerned Towarc constitutional con verUTOftTlJflJIjjajv7 of II members was named to pull together the loose ends of unfin ished business Consolation Prize at First It wasnt until the report of that committee was turned in recommending the electoral col lege system that theoffice of Vice President was even men tioned And here was the lan guage used In every case after the choice of the President the person hav ing the greatest number of votes shall be Vice Authorship of this idea is usu ally credited to Alexander Hamil ton It was he who advanced the proposal to give authority to the president of the senate in case of death resignation or removal of what was still referred to at that time as Supreme This is the way it was in the early days of our republic John Adams and Thomas Jefferson served as President and Vice President although their political philosophies were poles apart In the beginning Jefferson sat in on cabinet meetings as Vice President just as Adams had par ticipated in the deliberations of the Washington cabinet But dif ferences developed and the ques tionable logic of this plan of mak ing the Vice Presidency a sort of consolation prize for second man in an election began to show up rather glaringly It Didnt Make Sense Under such an approach of course the Vice President was likely to have precisely the op posite point of view from the President on most public ques tions And yet in the event of the Chief Executives death he would be at the helm and the publics expressed preference on cam paign issues would be cancelled out This didnt make sense For this reason a change was made in 1804 with the adoption of the 12th Amendment to the Constitution It provided that the electors should vote separately for President and Vice President The action was precipitated by a tie vote between Jefferson and Aaron Bnrr for the Presidency in 1800 Each contestant received electoral votes and was thrown into the House MAX ELLIOTT Max Elliott Named State DAY Head Max Elliott Mason City was elected commander of the Iowa Disabled American Veterans Sun day at the conclusion of the iroups fourday convention here Howard L Frye Vinton was named senior vice commander Joe Terrenes Waterloo junior vice commander Anton Soren son Storm Lake treasurer Paul G Law Des Moines judge ad vocate Mrs Oska oosa chaplain William Tomlin ion Keokuk historian and Charles L Huber Des Moines adjutant The womens auxiliary of the DAV elected Linna Allgood Dav enport but a member of the Wat erloo post its commander Marie rye Oelweui mother of How nliBiVFryef Was named senior vice commander Osa Row Ojka oosa was nsihed junior vice lommander Gertrude Gave Os caloosa treasurer and Edna Veeder Hampton chaplain Activities of the AHEPA in Full Swing See Picture and Story p 8 Convention sessions of the AHEPA American Hellenic Edu ational Progressive were n full swing Monday at the Hotel Hanford Business meetings of the froup and its sister organization he Daughters of Penelope were eld throughout the day A luncheon and style show by he auxiliary was held in the after oon to be followed by the final usiness meeting On AHEPA rogram for the afternoon were Twining Warns Soviets New Jets Seen at Air Show MOSCOW tf Gen Nathan S Twining told the leaders of the Soviet Union Sunday the Amer icans are a peaceful people but the United States will not disarm ntil we are sure of worldwide arms The U S Air Force chief of staff made the statement in a lolite but forthright speech at a Soviet Defense Ministry party celebrating Soviet Air Force Day at which the Russians showed off seven new Soviet fighter planes and a new jetpropelled type transport New Types The fighters represented three new types of of hem probably supersonic Twin ing said he was quite im pressed with the show at Tushino Airport Peace and disarmament are not my business but nobody is more interested in peace and dis armament than the man who wears this Twining said Jointing to his beribboned sum mer Air Force uniform Beside him as he spoke was Marshal Georgi K Zhukov Soviet minister of defense Premier Bul janin and Soviet party boss Ni kita Khrushchev were directly across the table means and my country1 has the years we are a peaceful peo Twining said We always got into wars very late Pointed Answer After the last war we dis armed completely That gentle men is Twining said in pointed answer to speeches and toasts to peace and disarma ment which Soviet leaders had been proposing for four hours We had to build up our forces again at Twining went on and we are not going to re duce them again until we are sure of worldwide arms Earlier at the air show Twin ing told newsmen the equipment displayed was very interesting I certainly hope I get a chance to look at it in more Soviet pilots gave about 00 spectators as close a look as possible as they flew big bomb ers and fast fighters across the somecases less than 300 feet above the crowd New Models he officers ommittees reports reports of election of district 73 of odge officers installation of dis rict lodge officers and selection f a convention city for 195657 Three cities are bidding for next convention Cedar Rapids uluth and Fort Dodge all re actively soliciting the vote At p m Monday the final affair of the convention will get under way This is the Eliimki Vradia Glendi and farewell party It is the traditional Greek Night and features a banquet pre pared in the Greek manner The dinner will be followed by an eve ning of Greek dancing to the mu sic of Speros Patsios Chicago 30 Die in Crash of British Plane LAGOS Nigeria fouren gine British airliner crashed and burst into flames in northern Nigeria Sunday night killing 30 persons The plane steward L A Ward Erigland was re Representatives where it took 36 bcilots to give Jefferson a ma jority of the votes from the 16 states which then constituted the Union To avoid such deadlocks meat was adopted Curiously enough the Vice Presidency went into a decline ICOMTINUID ON PAdi t CRASH IN WHICH LAKE MAN bread truck driven by Cortland Dorenkamp Clear Lake was torn in half and nearly flattened after colliding with a Kock Island freight early Monday resulting in Dorenkamps GlobeGiiette photo by Musser death A signal post marking the crossing on the Burch mal road is at right Loaves of bread and wreckage were strewn over a wide area Ike OKs Panama Parley in July The new models shown included 1 three deltawing day inter ceptors assumed capable of sup ersonic speed two advanced type day fighters of a model called Farmer by airmen and first showniast year 3 two improved allweather fighters of the type labeled Flashlight by Western observers also shown in version last year and 4 a single assaulttype twinen gine turboprop transport Bristow Man Dies in Crash R J fcoalf Near Charles City CHARLES J Roalf Q Bristow died early Monday in the Cedar Valley Hospital here after the car he was driving col lided Sunday evening with one driven by Robert Miller Hawk The accident occurred six miles south of Charles City on Highway 14 The cars came together on an intersection A grandchild Sherry Roalf 5 was hospitalized with multiple abrasions Another grandchild and Roalf s wife were not injured An inquest will be held Deputy Sheriff R C McCartney investi gated fantastic Embezzlement Brings 20 YEARS FOR MINNIE financial mttilution Monday to serve 20 years m prison The 59yearold spinster plump tnd pokerfaced stood in a crowded courtroom and heard Corporation Court H Law rence Bullock impose sentence of TO for her embezzlement of and 10 years for giving false information to the State Corporation Commission Bullock specified the two sentences are to run consecutively He imposed sentences of two years each to run concurrently with 20 on eight indictments charging forgery two others charging false information and one alleging embezzlement of Airlines Vote Cut in TransOcean Fares CANNES France four airlines belonging to the In ternational Air Transport Assn Monday voted approval of trans Atlantic fare cuts that will knock off the cost of a European aerial vacation trip Unofficial reports said the agreement provides a 20 per cent cut in fares 6n 15day excursion tickets effective in October and the same cut with no time limit on a thirdclass service to be come effective in April 1958 Nasser Chosen by 90 Per Cent of Voters CAIRO Egypt W Premier Jamal Abdel Nasser is the choice of more than 90 per cent oi Egypts voters to be the nations first elected president The military dictator who mas terminded King Farouks over throw was the only candidate in the voting Saturday Egyptians also ratified a new constitution by a thumping per cent vote the Interior Ministry announced Delta Woman Dies of Accident Injuries SIGOURNEY UP Maggie Taylor 78 Delta died at Keokuk County Hospital Sunday of in juries suffered in a twocar crash June 16 about 5 miles west of here on Iowa Highway 92 She was a passenger in a car driven by her son Dale which collided almost headon with one driven by Donna Coppola 29 Des Moines ported missing Three of the 18 known survivors were said to be critically injured The British Overseas Airways Argonaut enroute from Lagos to union TO avoid sucn aeatuocki I 10 in the future the 12th via Tripoli Libya had Nut takenoff frnm All I Ti About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with no important temperature change through Tuesday Chance of an occasional show er or thunderstorm Monday night and Tuesday High Tues day 8488 Low Monday night near 60 Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday Scattered showers and thunder storms Monday night and south andeast Tuesday Cooler north west Tuesday otherwise little change in temperature Low Monday night 6576 FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average near normal dur ing the next five days Normal highs 84 north to 86 south Nor mal lows 60 north to 63 south Turning cooler late Tuesday or r w M1 J Just taken off from Kano 700 northeast of Lagos It re portedly flew into storm clouds tot height and crashed into toe traa bursting into AFTER THE SHOW WAS OVERCommunist chief Nikita Khrushchev Hes viet Defense Georgi Zhukov center and Gen Nathan at a dinner party m Moscow Sunday after the heralded air 3how held thRus Twining of ataff of the USAir was one of the at Wednesday Little change ex pected thereafter Rainfall will average threefourths of an inch to one inch occurring as occa sional showers or thunder storms during most of the week Minnesota Cloudy and cool GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Monday Maximum Sunday 85 Minimum Sunday night 59 At 8 Monday 68 YEAR AGO Maximum 83 Minimum 53 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Sunday Maximum Saturday 92 Minimum Saturday night 56 At 8 Sunday 57 YEAR AGO Maximum 33 Minimum 50 BULLETIN KITTERr Mm Ernest J King 77 who browtht hSe Wavy from do feat at Pearl Harbor to victory in World War II tliod Monday Wlewin Delays Talks With Nehru Plans Farm on Weekend FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Eisenhower plans to fly to Pan a ma July 21 for a meeting will residents of American States But he has postponed his sched uled meeting with Indian Prime Minister Nehru in early July Eisenhower plans to leave Wai er Reed Hospital and go to hi farm at Gettysburg thi weekend The Eisenhowers will celebrat heir 40th wedding anniversarj next Sunday at the farm Extended Stay Press Secretary James C Hag erty said the President and Mrs Eisenhower would stay at th arm longer than just the week end but did not know how long He said other places have been ruled out as locales for the Presi dents convalescence from his in estinal operation of June 9 Eisenhower had been scheduled o confer with Nehru in this vi cinity beginning July 7 Nehru now in London tele graphed the President that he did not want their proposed talks to impose an additional strain on ou during your Nehru Thanked In reply the President thanked Nehru for his considerate sug He said that although he the trip to Panama annot be entirely free of doubt a o whether my recuperation wi far enough advanced by July o have the kind of talks which e both had in The meeting with other presi ents of American republics orig inally was to have been held in Panama June 25 and 26 The President met for one hour Monday with members of hi staff He signed 16 congressiona bills and approved a tariff com mission recommendation Mr Eisenhower was reported in extremely high spirits as he be gan his last week in the hospital The last deep stitches in his ab domen were removed Sunday SAME tin MM M Crossing NearCity Is Scene Cab Tossed 15 Feet A truck train accident which occurred Monday morning south of Mason City on the road was fatal to the driver cj the truck Cortland G Doren kamp 29 Clear Lake The accident involved a truck owned by the Clear Lake Bakery and a northbound Rock Island freight The driver of the truck was thrown out of the cab Wreck age of the truck was strewn along the west side of the tracks north of the road The truck had been headed east on county road E when it struck the rear of the freight ac cording to officers The crossing is located five miles southand one and a half miles west of Ma son City No Skid Marks Dorenkamp was alone in truck and no skid marks were in evidence to indicate that he had attempted to stop deputy sher iffs said Speed of the truck was impossible to determine The cab of the truck was thrown about 15 feet away from the box which w as loaded with bread One of the wheels had been thrown across a near fay fence and the motor had hit a telephone pole and was resting against the cornerpost of an adjoining DORENKAMP fence The accident was reported at to the Cerro Gordo bounty sheriffs office Deputies who investigated the accident said that the wreckage of truck began about 20 feet north of the road The train was in mo tion at the time of the crash crossing is not obscured and is marked with standard railroad markers Autopsy Performed Dr J E Christopherson Cerro Gordo County coroner performed an autopsy Monday morning Re sults showed that Dorenkamp died of a ruptured heart Dr Chris topherson said this is an unusual Dorenkamps superficial injur es included cuts abrasions and a broken left forearm He was re wrted dead on arrival at Mercy Hospital Dorenkamp is survived by wife and five children Larry 8 Tommy 6 Georgene 5 Richard 3 and Marlene 2 his mother Mrs Tauko Barkema Garner and two mothers Herman and Theodore 3orenkamp and a sister Mrs Jolm Arlene Swenson all of Detroit He was born Feb 18 1927 at and lived on a isrni near Klemme He attended JQern me High School He served in the merchant marine and four years n the Navy He was married Jan 22 1947 o Betty Brower The Wilcox Funeral Home is n vcre incomplete Dubuque Girl Struck by Automobile Killed DUBUQUE LB Doris Jeaa ones 3 was fatally injured Sun ay night when struck by a car ia he yard of her parents home Police said the car was drivem y Roy Daniel Kennedy a room r at the Jones home who a eking up to turn his car round She was the daughter of Ir and Mrs Roger Jones Farmer Killed in Tractor Accident STRAWBERRY POINT Url laurice Mansoo 31 father of our small children was kiile4 Saturday afteroooa in a tractor ccident on the farm he ght miles of Stnwtany Point   

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