Mason City Globe Gazette, July 14, 1956

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 14, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAPfR THAT MAKCS AL L NORTH tOWANS HOME EDITION VOL LXII AMoeiated Ptttt and United Presi Full Cents a Copy MASONCITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY J4 19M Paper of Two 45 Die 21 Hurt in Transport Crash Nixon in Report to Ike But Campaign Plans Aired GETTYSBURG Pa Presi dent Eisenhower talked Far East ern policy Saturday with Vice President Nixon who flew up from Washington to report on bis 11day trip around the world While Nixon said this was the primary purpose of his visit at the Eisenhower farm he was willing and ready to talk politics and campaign plans if the Presi dent wanted to And he said he expected to discuss business still pending in Congress as the leg islative session draws to a close Bare headed and wearing a blue summer suit with a vest Nixon stepped from the plane to say the report on his trip was the main purpose of his call Saturday Official Calls Nixon completed his roundthe world trip Wednesday with of ficial calls in the Philippines Viet Nam Formosa Thailand Pakistan and Turkey The EisenhowerNixon meeting also was their first since the President let it be known he still intends to run for a second term inspite of his June 9 operation for an intestinal obstruction As a result of a new presidential endorsement of Nixon as a run ning mate reported Thurfday by GOP National Chairman Leonard W Hall the vie president now Administration Working on New DISARMAMENT PLAN WASHINGTON The Eiwnhowtr adminittration is to working on disarmamtnt proposal under which some now in atomic bombt would converted to peaceful uses The proposal would designed to get Russia to join with the Western atomic powers in a system of orderly withdrawal of nuclear materials from its weapons arsenals and their diversion to peaceful purposes It was learned Saturday that some discussion of this idea may be a principal point of President Eisenhowers next letter to Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin on the subject of disarmament The detailed proposal if the National Security Council finally on it as firm United States policy may also be proposed during the next round of negotiations in me United Nations dis armament subcommittee MARILYN ARRIVES British Newsmen in Mild Stampede By EDDY G1LMORE LONDON W Marilyn Monroe crossed her shapely legs for the first time in Britain and started a mild panic al conference in a large shed at London tt 66 Were Boundfor England Air Pocket Is Blamed j diitvcu LJ IlltlKt movie with Sir Laurence Oliver About 100 reporters photog raphers and television men were on hand Please sit said Oliver with his wife actress Vivien Leigh at his elbow Miss Mondoe sat Then she gave a gentle tug at her tight fitting start revealing a goodly part her shapely left leg That started it One photographer crashed into a newsreel camera knocking it to the floor Another lensman lurched for ward and fell on his face A wall of photographers plunged toward Miss Monroe like the for ward line of a football team Po lice stopped them The news conference began Are air your conferences like this asked a reporter said Miss Monroe in a small voice this is very or Cloudburst Wrecks Town PRINEVILLE Ore A cloudburst sent a roaring wall of water down the sagebrush lined Keyes Creek canyon and devastated the little central Ore gon town of Mitchell Friday as certain of re nomination as Eisenhower at the San Francisco convention next month Name in Nomination One possible point of discussion was the selection of the person uuv MUCU aii who will place Nixons name in a of complaints from other least 20 buildings were reported of thP nomination correspondents unable to fight smashed night Roads were cut and no one FT DIX UP A military transport plane disappearing into the rain after takeoff crashed in a pine swamp area of this huge Army reservation Friday carry ing 45 servicemen and civilian passengers to death Two women and two children were among the dead Twentyone persons were injured some criti cally The giant C118A left adjacent McGuire Air Force Base about 4 with a 10man crew 50 mili tary passengers and six civilians bound for foreign posts It was headed for Burtonwood England One survivor an airman said the plane hit an air a down current which frequently oc curs in thunderstorms and causes planes to drop suddenly The Air Force declined comment on his report Hits in Swamp The fourengine craft plunged into the swamp at the southwest corner of this infantry training center cutting a 300yard long swath through the pine trees The spot is about three miles from the McGuire runway Wreckage was scattered for half a mile The wings and three engines broke off as the plane tore through the trees Col John Wil Uams commandor of the 1611th Air Transport Group said the gas tanks in the wings thus were sep arated from the fuselage pre venting any fire to the front Meager reports from town indicated the the ISO 400 For one at the it bccamej Id belter take spoke la led w known that the GOP once Olivier in his well known from four pre is turning toward its only living Shakespearean voice You askjvious flash floods in the towns former president Herbert Hoovjthe questions and Ill repeat her spotted the cloud into the cause er Eisenhower has invited Hoover to speak and Hoover has ac cepted He will be appearing be fore fellow Republicans just a few days after his 82nd birthday on Aug 10 Nixon was scheduled to see Ei senhower Friday along with Sec retary of State Dulles Dulles made it but Nixon was grounded in Washington by bad flying weather and his trip put off until Saturday SAME Olack U acini put 34 heun Another cameraman was thrown to the floor He burst in the Ochoco mountains to the south and had fled up screamed as from the canyon bottom before someone trampled on his hand the torrent struck and halted Sir Laurence for a mo ment By this time the photographers scrambling for positions had wedged Miss Monroe her play wright husband Arthur Miller and the Oliviers into a corner Then Miss Monroe her husband and the Oliviers barricaded them selves behind a soft drink stand and from that point the confer ence concluded The water that spilled down from the pinecovered mountains into the sparse juniper and sage brush hills around Mitchell must have sent the creek 40 to 50 feet higher than normal central Ore gon residents reported It was the fifth consecutive night of violent storms over the forests and wastes of high cen tral Oregon Hail has flattened grain fields and even punctured and will live in the country 4 DIE IN CRASH SALINA Kan Air Force B47 intercontinental bomb er faltered on takeoff Friday night and crashed in flames in a field killing all four airmen STRIKE ENDS ST LOUIS 13day strike that had cut off natural gas serv ice to an estimated fami lies in the St Louis area ended Saturday aboard Only a few minutes before the takeoff a thunderstorm had rum bled across the area with blind ing rain hail and lightning Not Heavy However Air Force public in formation officers said the rain fall was not heavy at the time the plane was given clearance They said onemile visibility and a foot ceiling 500 feet in spots prevailed Col William said that at the time of the crash the plane norm ally would have been 500 to 700 feet high and traveling about 175 miles an hour The first word of the disaster came from a passenger found by military police as he wandered down a road a mile from the crash He was Pvt Thomas F Kiley Lawrence one of the injured DIVIDED AFTER FREEDOM FLIGHTThe four antiCommunists at right a of a group of seven which seized an Hungarian airliner Friday and forced the Senate Group Backs Ike in Aid Tussle WASHINGTON Sen ate Appropriations Committee has voted in favor of giving President Eisenhower a bil lion foreign aid program Thats just about what he agreed to settle for The committee Friday voted 138 to restore nearly all of the more than S600 million slashed Erom the appropriations bill by the House Administration forces credited the major victory to the Presi dents personal urging He per sonally telephoned several com mittee members along with pub licly calling for restoration of the cut But victory is only temporary The bill still faced tough going when it reaches the Senate floor next Tuesday or Wednesday Sen Magnuson DWash said he will join with Sen EUender others to cut the for eign appropriations back to tha voted by the House and will seek also to eliminate Yugoslavia entirely from Ameri can aid 7 DESPERATE HUNGARIANS ASK ASYLUM Seize Airliner Flee to West INGOLSTADT Germany LP Seven desperate antiCommunists asked political asylum Saturday after seizing control of a Hungar ian airlinep Li fligR and crash landing in West Germany the 19 Hungarian nas nuugdUdlJ pas illU tTBW HOC sengers and crewmen including I jured were under police guard a secret policeman were hospitalfthe village of Manchine zed with injuries received in a here bloody bruising battle for control Police said an eighlh person of the plane and from bonebrcakjaboard the plane who first had in ing loops made by the aircraft when the pilot tried to upset the plot Five of those in the hospital were members ciftbeband which seized the plane late The seven passengers and crew not in in near dicated he would join the plotters in asking asylum may have changed his mind about staying in the west The daring breakthrough the iron the most spectacular in a long series of such planned far in advance The leader Gyorgy Polyak a Hungarian World War If pilot re ferred to by comrades as RainMakers Supported at Hearing DES MOINES U5VIn the opin ion of experts and laymen who testified at a public hearing in Des Moines the extensive rain making efforts that have been or ganized in Iowa are worth the gamble for what little it costs the farmers The hearing was held at the Statehouse Friday Legislative Water by the Iowa Rights Study Committee Rep Wendell Pendle ton RStorm committee Foot soldiers used axes explained the purpose trenching tools and other gear towas lo find out whether Iowa hack their way through the are being swamp to the scene wading in Pendleton said after the hear knee deep water Trees were felled lo buiid a log road over the muck Path Cleared Bulldozers cleared a path for doctors nurses and ambulances The rescue team included military ambulances and a haU dozen manned by first aid squads from nearby communities Brig Gen LJoyd Moses deputy Ft Dix commander pitched in as a litter carrier McGuire officials said 43 died aboard the plane and two others at Ft Dix hospital The only crew member to sur jvive was the flight engineer Lt Col Pedro M Souza an Army doctor said most of the vic tims still bad their safety belts fastened and died in their seats of fractures Only six were thrown clear The plane known as a Douglas Liftmaster was equipped with seats which face towards the rear It was the first fatal accident the Military Air Transport Service has experienced in five years of operating that type craft Four chaplains of all faiths were kept busy during the night phoning next of kin and sending telegrams LASH RATE CLIMBS WASHINGTON Inter state Commerce Commission said that railhighway grade crossing accidents after dropping in 1954 bounded back in 1955 to a total of highest in Mvcrai years ing he did not think the farmers who pay for the rainmalong ac tivities are being victimized The session lasted about three hours and some 50 persons at tended Only three criticized the cloudseeding operations More than a dozen weather modification associations have been organized in Iowa mainly in counties that have suffered se verely from lack of moisture Rainmakers who appeared at the hearing testified there have been many indications of success with cloud seeding since oper ations started within the last month but that scientific proof of results is virtually impossible to obtain The committee heard testimony that the costs to farmers range from two to four cents an acre the was the only with a gun The others were armed with iron rods secreted in their clothes At a signal they attacked the other passengers with the iron bars because they had been tipped a secret police agent was aboard and they had no way of telling which one it was One of the plotters Joseph Ja kaby a 25yearold Budapest stu dent said he had relatives in the United States He slipped a mes sage to reporters asking them to contact Mrs William L Farmer Chicago The message said Please send me He did not indicate his relationship to Mrs Farmer Attack Opened One of the other rebels Gabor Kiss a Budapest student said at a prearranged signal in which Polyak shouted Look theres Gyor a Hungarian the plotters pulled out their concealed iron rods and began hitting the other passengers While all this went on the pilot lew loops turning everything in With the crosses police foundthe plane uPside down signs attacking racial integration battle which demolished in public schools Youths Plant Fiery Crosses at Capital WASHINGTON UP Police launched a search Saturday for a gang of youths who Friday night planted flaming crosses before the homes of Chief Justice Earl War ren and several other top govern ment officials AP Wircpholo PILOT OF PLANE Looking somewhat disheveled and dis gruntled the Communist pilot of the Hungarian airliner seized by seven passengers is snapped by photographers after the craft landed in West Germany He looped the plane several times in an illfated try to quell the revolt About Five State Counties to Get Drought Aid GETTYSBURG Pa UVPresi dent Eisenhower Saturday de clared portions of Montana Iowa M i s s o u r i and North Dakota drought disaster areas eligible for federal aid The Agriculture Department listed the areas elig ible for aid as Iowa Appanoose Davis Deca tur Van fiuren and Wayne Coun ties BACK TO WORK CLINTON will be re sumed on full schedule next week at the Clinton Com Processing Co plant where a 13day strike Friday P I The Weaiher Mason City Generally fair and slightly warmer Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy and slightly warmer Low Saturday night near mid 80s 60 High Sunday Iowa Fair warmer northeast Saturday night Sunday partly cloudy and slightly warmer High Sunday mid 80s to lower 90s Low Saturday night 60s to low 70s Minnesota Showers warmer GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Friday Minimum Friday night At 8 Saturday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 80 49 67 ft M One sixfoot gasolinedrenched cross was set ablaze in front of the interior of the plane Polyak disarmed the secret police officer who drew a gun and turned all 01 i UUlrtic 1J1 irOUL OI lUl liCU till the fashionable Sheraton crew members out of Hotel where Warren and cabin except the pilot Herbert H Lehman DNY Polyak sat down beside the Three other wooden crosses chief pLlot anti they flew ei the Kiss said He kept a gun pointed at the head of the chief pilot in case he tried any wivoaco lighted the sky in front of the homes of Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter Solicitor Gen eral Simon Sobeloff and Mrs Douglas King local chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in nearby Beltsville Md It was the first incident of its kind here in several years Police said they believe it was the work of pranksters rather than any pro segregation organizations like the Ku Klux Klan The doorman at the Sheraton Park totd police he saw several boys light a tall cross in front of the hotel and flee in a blue and yellow car He got the license number and police traced the car to the home of a youth in nearby Arlington Va They said they foundthe motor of the car warm The youths par ents said he returned home Fri day night but had not been seen since Harper Area Farmer Dies in Accident KEOTA HVClair Weber 21 scr of John B Weber who lives near Harper was killed in a trac tor accident on a dirt road a mile south of here Friday Officers said Weber had been driving a tractor pulling a com Jine and a wagon His body was bund pinned beneath the over turned tractor There apparently were no witnesses to the acci dent thing The pilot was forced to fly low at times only about 30 feet above the ground Kiss said and the plane hedgehopped along the Dan ube through Austria and into West Germany Found Map We found our we had lost in the chaos of the ride after we got control of the Kiss related We decided to head for Munich But we were running very low on gas We flew by compass and the radio was out of order Over Ingolstadt we saw what looked like an abandoned airfield and decided to land We were still not sure whether we were in East or West It was the U S AhForces still uncompleted air base at Man ching 150 miles from the Hungar ian border The first to emerge from the plane was one of the rebels his face bloody He shouted Bonn Adenauer Germany Before German police could get command of the situation several brief brawls broke out again be tween the rebels and the others Police said the plane ao Americanbuilt DCS of the state owned Melav Airlines will be re turned to Hungarian after a check to see whether it is safe to fly The plane had been enroute from Budapest to the provincial city of Szombathely southwest of the capital ;

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