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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited lot MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A L L NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 13 This Paper Consists o Two NO Reject Plan to Outlaw Nuclear Tests DY Pact to Be Campaign Issue Democrats Say WASHINGTON Iff The administrations move to have the courts declare unlawful its repudiated Dixon Yates contract drew taunts Friday from Democratic sen ators who said it will be a campaign issue Sen Gore a bitter critic of the contract President Eisenhower had ordered negotiated with the DixonYates private power interests said caustically It will be interesting to hear how the President explains this in the coming election campaign Hell have ample Gore said because hell be remindedof it He said Eisenhower was personally and officially responsible for the contract and repeatedly ad vocated it and defended Sen Hickenlooper RIowa said in a separate interview hei doesnt see how it can be anything like a campaign issue if its honestly discussed and I assume it will Cypnots Reject New Bid British Open Peace Drive Idea Had Russian Support Yugoslavia India in Bid UNITED NATIONS The United States Friday firmly rejected Soviet supported pro posals by India and Yugoslavia for a ban on experimental explo sions of nuclear weapons NASSER AP Wirephoto TANKER MOTHERS 3 SUPER F100 Super Sabre jet fighters are refueled simultaneously in flight by a single KB50 tanker ship in a test at Elgin NICOSIA Cyprus leading Greek Cypriot spokesman Friday rejected Britains new overture for negotiations on selfgovern ment for the violenceridden is land the Briliftb will have The contract itself was a good Hickenlooper said But Sen Kefauver cnndidate for the Democratic presidential nomination said the contract was and is a scanda lous He said he hopes the case is settled prior to this falls The comments came after the Justice Department Thursday asked the Court of Claims to throw out a DixonYates suit against the government The suit seeks of payments by the government for costs incurred before the contract was canceled last November on the heels of a political fight Public Policy The department asked the court to declare the contract was 4ieoniBy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS trary to public policy Potatoes are a luxury item in tian President Gamal Nasser right is welcomed to Bel Ambassador James J Wadsj grade Yugoslavia Friday by President Tito as the two mid east leaders opened confer ences They will he joined later by Indian Prime Minister Neh ru A policy of active coexist ence with both East and West powers likely will come out of the meetings Wirephoto APB Fla The photo just released by the Air Force said the July 12 test was the first successful multire fueling operation to talk withexiled Archbishop Makarios Spuds Now Luxury I tern Over Notion and nnll and void because of an alleged dual role played in the negotiations by Adolphe H Wen every where zell H also advanced other reai the Iowa diet these days And the same situation prevails just about Sociologist Says Bosh to FRIDAY THE 13TH NEWARK are convinced that Friday the 13th is an unlucky day Then watch out says a Rutgers University sociologist You may tighten up so much youll be dangerous to yourself Dr Joseph B Maier assistant professor of sociology at the Rutgers Newark College of Arts and Sciences said that the evil attributed to Some magical beliefs and practices actually may be brought about by persons who believe in them Steel Strike Negotiators Call Recess PITTSBURGH Negotiators trying to break a deadlock in the Think of unlucky days magic numbers black cats umbrel nationwide steel strike J worth told the 12member Disarmament Commission such testing will continue until an in ternational agreement can be reached establishing safeguards against the possible use of these weapons In the absence of such an Wadsworth said the United States considers the esting of nuclear weapons is es ential for our own defense and or the safety of our friends Tolerable Level We shall continue to work for an agreement in which the limita ion of tests would be an integral part and we will do everything ve can to assure that radiation vill not rise above tolerable lev The British Minister of State A spokesman for a large Des Themislocles Dervis mayor demanding dismissal of Moines produce jobber said the Nicosia and general secretary ofj suitj situation can be summed up in a the Greek Nationalist Party said The department said Greek Cypriot leaders would re fuse to meet with Britains Lord Radcliffe who is coming here to was a consultant to the Budget Bureau on expansion of electric facilities National consumption of pota toes averages from to TVA area andjcarloads a day but shipments are start work on a new constitutionat the Ume a salaried vicejaveraging only 500 to 600 car for Cyprus president of the First BostonJoads a We shall not meet As a rCSuU prices of potatocs The archbishop one who has anything nanciai at opened indoors knocking on wood and the he said and you cannot escape the impression that modern society is not so far removed from beliefs in other than natural causes The business about Friday the 13th is of course met for hours Friday bu Russ Outline Atomic Pool Proposition MOSCOW Kremlin Fri iday called for the establishment thony Nutting took a similar position He said testing of A jombs and Hbombs cannot be banned until the manufacture of such weapons also is prohibited They spoke after Yugoslav s gate Joza Bnlej formally present in which both the Soviet Union and the United States would take control use of atomic en A circular distributed to the American British French ed a resolution intended to put the commission on record in fa ganization as a substitute foe Euralom the sixnation agency Hunt for Man in Gray After Another Hoax Phone Call Krishna Menon had made a long plea for prohibition of the test ex slosions Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister only to WESTBURY hunted Friday for a man tnsaid the caucus was arranged at agent for the washed potatoes range whose hoax telephone call triggered a futile search through the tnc request of industry negotia Deported in March Archbishop Makarios Greek Orthodox Church head on Cyprus was deported to the Seychelles Is lands in the Indian Ocean by the British last March after they ac cused him of fomenting rebel viowith the contract Ln the deal The govern ment said this created a conflict of interests on Wenzells part Gore and some other Democrat ic senators had made similar ac cusations regarding Wenzells role in the negotiations even while 11 to 14 cents a pound Carload Lots Washed California long white have virtually had the midwest market to them selves in recent been tors I1 selling at to a hun lence here In London Laborite members of Parliament called for a showdown on the Eden governments Cyprus policy The conservatives agreed to a full dress debate in the House of Commons next Thursday It is expected to provoke one of the hottest parliamentary clashes in months Laborite leaders in and out ofl Denies Connection at uu a nun going pounds in cavioad Iots on the j track at Chicago Back around the j first of June these same potatoes Wenzell has denied any wrongwere selling for a hundred doing in the case He said he hadj Since prices of the lowly spud J their dizzy climb jobbers no direct connection with and ex erted no influence for the Dixon Yates power contract He said he resigned as an unpaid consultant with the Budget Bureau before the contract was signed President Eisenhower said at a and retailers have been moving potatoes with virtually no mark up At about cents a pound in subway stations for the kidnaped Weinberger baby The crank call was placed to a New York telephone operator Union and company representa who traced it to a coin telephone on the northbound platform of ajtives said their meeting will re Andrei A Gromyko recalled that tion It asserted that West Ger his government previously hadj man participation in Euratom advocated an agreement endingiwould deepen the division of Ger he tests In view of this he many and in effect give the Ger Russias attitude toward Menonsimans the chance to manufacture Manhattan subway station The man told the operator The kidnaped baby will be left in the 168th St Independent subway He hung up after the terse cryptic message New York City and Transit Au thority police converged on the station within minutes They also searched the adjoining Interboro Rapid Transit subway station and other officers checked the 168th St Brooklyn Manhattan Transit 100 pound bags at the track there subway station on Queens Long obviously isnt much margin for Island jobber and merchant on potatoes In Westbury the dwindling hope Quarterfinal Results in Iowa Amateur Ted Trammel Des Moines defeated John Marshall Hamp ton 4 and 3 sume Monday morning John A Stephens vice presi dent of Steel and chief industry negotiator had no comment as he left the meeting Finnegan said mediators had no plans at present to caucus with Bud McCardell Newton dethe unless such a session is feated Doug Beath Des Moines 2 and 1 Bob Leahy Denison defeated requested McDonald said he did not plan to make such a request McDonald reiterated his desire Jack Webb Spirit Lake 2 andto negotiate an agreement that 1 would end the strike and send his John Liechty Iowa City basic steelworkers back feated Sarge Fontanini Des I to work ucai ui organizing me six cated by French Delegate Jules France West Germany Italv Noch Thursday after Indias V K Belgium the Netherlands and which the nations of the Schximan United Steelworkers ban J coalsteel pool now are in the pro ntri o i rviciffrtn irra c tnfti i David McDonald said theres of organizing The been no change in the Immediately the joint meeting recessed the industry ne gotiating team went into a private huddle with federal mediators who had been standing by i Joseph F Finnegan director of the Federal Mediation Service Luxembourg The Soviet statement charged Euratom would be a tool of the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza proposal was Not Convincing Gromyko asserted that ar guments against banning the ex plosions were unconvincing If the West continues to ob atomic weapons This organization could be cre ated on an intergovernmental basis with the participation of all European states which express a desire to do so The United States Com mons have charged the Eden year ago thatjwhich sell at 11 to 14 cents aiof returning the infant Peter to government with making concesnMre Wcnze s role sions too little and too late on the Cyprus The new government proposals also have been received with only faint praise in some conservative quarters in Britain Dervis claimed voiced the views of all Greek mayors and deputy mayors on Cyprus in op posing talks with Radcliffe Just Repetition We would only repeat the same proper one apound in neat plastic sacks in theihis distraught parents appeared to store rest with the FBI Federal agents 1 w IIV J smaller than usual the pot a to LL shortage also was aggravated bvthey entered the case unseasonable freezes in the A special FBI office was set up The suit had been brought byj Along svith the fact that the naimobilized their resources from the DixonYates interests in potato acreage is somewhaticoast to coast Wednesday when name of the Mississippi Valley1 Generating Co They had formed this company to build and run a 107milliondoLlar private power plant at West Memphis to pipe electric current into the pub lic power lines of the Tennessee Valley Authority Eisenhower had ordered the things we have said Dericontract negotiated to replace Ease Situation A lew Texas Virginia and New Jersey potatoes are now moving in trade channels and potatoes from Washington state have just in the Nassau County police head quarters It was disclosed that the kid nap ransom note left near Pe begun to be shipped In another ters baby carriage on 4 was 10 days to two weeks the analyzed at an FBI crime vis asserted Why isnt he Radicurrcnl consllmed by plants ofjOregon and Red River potatoes I laboratory cliffe coming here with a readythc Alomc Com mission will start to become made constitution ifrom Un6s specialists say Moines 4 and 3 SEMIFINAL PAIRINGS Trammel vs McCardle Leahy vs Liechty SAME There was no indication wheth er the industry had come up with a new offer or if the union had changed its position The industry has offered a 52month contract which it said would give the steel workers an hourly package pay boost amounting to 17 cents in the first year The union whose members averaged an hour estimated the firstyear package value at 14 cents an hour In Washington Secretary of Commerce Weeks said the na tions economy as a whole has been affected very little struct he said thenjcoulcl also participate in this or it is obvious that the tests will continue including tests in the Soviet Moch suggested a series of steps to limit the tests but des cribed them as practical meas ures which France suggests that the subcommittee study as one of the important parts of any disarmament plan whether it be general or He referred to the fivepower disarmament subcommittee made up of the United Slates Russia Britain France and Canada Wpsiprn nmiprc alroanv navp nrrw The Communist nations have their own atomic the United Institute of Nuclear Research It includes not only Eu ropean states but Communist China Outer Mongolia and North Viet Nam The Soviet Union has contributed nuclear research equipment to the organization The Soviet plan would mean ithat the use of atomic energy in Europe would be shared by both Communist and capitalist coun jtries without anv discrimination Western powers already have pro posed that the subcommittee study the question of banning or limiting nuclear weapons tests along with other disarmament problems jAII I TJ About The Weather 2 Fort Dodge Men Killed in Plane Crash FORT DOGE1 W Two Fort Dervis challenged the statement Vhen thc administration can This will ease the celed the contract it did so spokesman commented but grounds that need for the addijit doesnt look like theres much tional power would be met by a chance potatoes are going to be Thursday by Sir John Harding the British military governor that Cypriots are weary of rebel violence The mayor said such British measures as collective fines and curfews have only excited the people Dervis blamed British policy for arousing vio lence of EOKA the Greek Cypriot underground Dervis asserted the United States is also to blame for thc situation on Cyprus He declared that in the United Nations the United States voted against us got other nations to vote agairist us We have no confidence in American policy We have more confidence in English peo ple than In Ankara members of Parlia ment belonging to Premier Adnan Menderes ruling Democratic Party reiterated that if Britain changes the status QUO on Cyprus the island should revert to Tur key municipal plant the city of Mem phis a TVA customer had decided to build State Rehabilitation of Disabled Climbs DES MOINES re habilitated more disabled persons during the last fiscal year than at any it began counsel ing and training them so they could do useful work state offici als said Friday The State Department of Public Instruction said its division of vo cational rehabilitation succeeded in preparing handicapped and disabled persons for employ ment during the year That was a 70 per cent increase over the previous fiscal year and a 20 per cent increase over the best pre vious year what we commonly think of as i Consumer resistance has helped keep potato prices from going clear out of sight While for example is an item which true coffee drinkers will tend to keep using despite a sharp riscj in price potatoes are a menu item which most persons will use substitutes Rain Delays Talks Between Ike Nixon GETTYSBURG Pa A con ference between President Eisen hower and Vice President Nixon on policy in the Far East was washed out Friday Nixon got as far as the Wash ington airport but a heavy ram and poor flying weather here brought postponement of the trip until Saturday Mason City Partly cloudy with Dodle businessmen were killed at little change through Saturday I2 am Fndav when thcir Sht High Saturday mid 80s IxnvPlane crashed and burned shortly Friday night low 60s after takinS from the Fort Dodge Municipal Airport IN present a pretty picture on the ground and an prettier one in the air This bird caught in a rare flight pose by a Brampton Canada photographer took off from a shed with its fanlike tail stretched out like the boom of a helicopter Peacocks normally stick close to the ground AP Wirephoto even Ont Iowa Partly cloudy with little change in temperature through Killed in the crash were Marion B Swnney 52 owner of one of Saturday A few widely scatj the oldest Buick garage and sales tered showers Friday evening businesses in Iowa and Paul Jor Low Friday night 60s Furthertdan 39 Fort Dodge tavern own cloudy with litUejer The fourplace single engine plane owned by Swaney crashed temperature change Sunday t o w a Temperatures Friday night through next Wed nesday will average about nor in a deeply wooded ravine about 500 to feet from the end of the runway Archie Bittner a tenant on the mal Normal highs in upper 80s crash occurred he was awakened by thc crash and the explosion which fol week Scattered showers will give an average of from one half inch to one inch of rainfall Fair and cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 84 Minimum Thursday night 60 At 8 a m Friday 71 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum ft lowed The plane sheared off five trees and burned for 45 minutes follow ing the crash Hie two men believed to be taking off for fishing trip CANNED CURES CANNED BALTIMORE UP Federal District Judge Reuben Opnenhei mer ruled Thursday its illegal in Maryland to sell aspirin and vita mins in vending machines   

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