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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O W A N S NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 25 1954 This Paper of Two No Egypt Ready to Offer New Suez Pact Hunt for Airmen Pressed Burke Insists on Continuance TAIPEI Formosa W U S Vice Adm Stuart Ingcrsoll com mander of the 7th Fleet said Sat urday the search had been termi nated for survivors of a Navy pa trol plane downed off the Red China coast But in Washington Pentagon officials said the search is continuing at full The Washington announcement came from the office of Adm Ar Icigh A Burke chief of naval op erations Naval officials at the Pentagon said You can say the search has not been discontinued and as a matter of fact will continue injDr Alfred C Kmsey 02 a uni Demos Set to Stump DR ALFRED KINSEY Dr Alfred C Kinsey Dies in Indiana BLOOMLNGTON Ind fUP Quick Campaign Start Planned By THE ASSOCIATED IRKSS President Eisenhower bided his time on the green fairways of Pebble Beach Saturday while his Democratic opponent inj the Nov 6 presidential Adlai Stevenson prepared for a quick campaign start Stevenson planned a meeting at his Libertyville farm home with runningmate Estes Kcfauver for electioneering map work prior to a whirlwind cross country handshaking trip I The two candidates will takej off at 8 Monday from Chi full force The same number of ships and planes is participating in the the search is abandoned will be announced versity professor who became perhaps the worlds foremost authority on human sexual be cago Santa Fe will be the first stop Other parleys will be held Called Off hovior died Saturday in ington Hospital Vancouver Sioux City llowa Knoxville and Chi jcago Stevenson officially will Kinsey who gained fame as hjs campaign with Ingevsolls announcement here author of two volumes on acjdress al Detroit Sept 3 said the hunt was called off afteriPcrsonal and private habits of 7 m i iMscnnovvor piaveci 18 holes 01 possibilitv of ocatmg surmcn nc1 women cnca at t i j csiH Fndav at the exclusive Cyp s was exhausted nospnai A Counterproposal to Wests Demands LONDON Egypt was reported prepared Saturday to offer maritime powers treaty guarantees of unimpeded shipping through the Suez Canal Diplomatic sources in Cairo said President Gamal Abdel Nas ser would offer the or collectively to nations using the a counterproposal to the demand of 18 nations for internationalization of the Suez These sources said the offer probably would be outlined in Nassers reply to the fivenation Suez Canal committee The committee was delegated to tell the Egyptian president the majority of nations at this weeks London Suez conference want Air Guard Plane Met by Democrats all vivors rngcrsoll said ships and aircraft He was taken to the hospital L first time he had which took part in the days ago suffering from a were ordered to return to theirjheart condition and pneumonia normal operating schedules For several months Kinsey had The Navy Department in Washibeen in failing health and spent ington announced Thursday theiincreasingly less time in his of body of one of 1C crewmenjfice at the Institute for Sex Re fap h gj snce lf on une GOP Campaign The President planned to con tinue his relaxation at the Pacific AP Wirephut SURE TO beauty Margo Lucey Miss Washington of 1956 indicates her likes in the coming presidential campaign in a most charming man ner as she poses in front of the Capitol Only 20years old the District of Columbias entry in the Miss America pageant is one year short of voting age aboard the four engine P4M Mcrisearch on the Indiana University Coast beauty spol foUowing his jaddress to the Republican Na tional Convention until probably Monday The GOP campaign will cator was recovered Thursday international thej Kinseys name became a house wreckage of the plane about 100 i hold word in 1948 when his first miles southeast of Shanghai He worldfamous Kinsey Report on sex behavior of the human i i i UtJ was published as a bestselling was identified as Technician 1C Albert P Mattin Delta Ohio The last radio message frombook A second volume on fc the patrol craft said it was imderjmale sex behavior was published 7 the China 1953 It made him even more 9 Persons Killed in South Dakotas Worst Road Crash WALL S D ngetreaUy nut mid UUU id wre kUled seriously injured Friday night in severe shock aerial attack off Red China protested that thefamous than the first search conducted by the U S Kinsey was born in 1894 in Fleet violated Chinese territory iHoboken N the son of an Peiping radio accused thejengineering instructor at the Ste Americans of an act of military ivens Institute of Technology As provocation and of grave prova boy he lived in South Orange ocation to the Chinese N J The broadcast charged at leastj He worked his way through a headon collision which tele Meanwhile Vice President NixScoped both cars like accordions on Eisenhowers running mate The molors of work horse of the coming camj paign was tugging at the rcinst both vehiclesJS Floyd Frederick Forbord DES MOINES WVA group of Democrats was on hand Friday afternoon when an I o w a Air Guard transport plane returned from the West Coast scene oi I the recent Iowa picnic and the j Republican national convention j Herschel C Loveless of Ottum jwa Democratic candidate for governor had issued a statemenl earlier Friday saying that Gov Leo Hoeghs trip to California in the Air Guard plane had cosl Iowa taxpayers The governor and Mrs Hoegh Iowa Adjt Gen and Mrs Fred C Tandy and Capt Harold Fischer Korean war jet ace from Ames and Mrs Fischer flew in the plane to Long Beach Aug 17 to attend the annual picnic o former lowans there Loveless Aides Two aides of Loveless Lewi Lint and Roland Reko and Stat Rep William F Denman of De internal injuries and Democratic candidate for Congress were at the Air Guard hangar when the transport flew in from San Francisco Among those aboard the plane international board to take ov r management of the vital wa erway Australias Prime Minister Rob sri G Menzies committee chair man delivered an invitation for Sfasser to meet with the commit ee to the Egyptian Embassy here Friday night There still was no official indi cation in Cairo on whether Nasser ROBERT MENZIES Await Result of State Fair Beef Judging DES MOINES anx ous 4H Club youngsters awaited he decision of the judges Satur day on the selection of the grand champion baby beef of the Iowa State Fair Owners of the breed champions of the 4H Show from which tha grand winner was to be picked were Larry Lein his 919pound Shorty Bucks whose 968pound 15 Kelley with Hereford named 12 Le Claire calf Kentucky Dead in the second car were David L Dahl 25 Sioux Falis front seat occupants 25 Edgemont S and Walter F Bartlett 25 and Daryl Watt to gel back to Washington for campaign preparations Authorities said the front seats were only a foot after Nixon visiting his ailing Whittipr Calif iniH ho will flv ithe smashup on a high speed U Is highway in the South Dakotan at Whittier said he will flyj to Washington Sunday night if his parent at one point expected I AAV IT VS1 WUT Ull 54 planes violated the arcajBowdoin College Maine largely to die contlnues to improve near Shanghai and the Tachen Is lands Friday Dismissed with money earned as counselor in summer camps for boys After getting a B S degree in psychol I am very anxious to go to of the roatj Dr G W Mills called to in vestigate South Dakotas worst known accident said one of the cars had driven on the wrong side Washington for conferences Mon said Nixon because we The cars were practically ingcrsoll dismissed the owdoin Kinsey received are aware the other side is start Mfflg radio charges I have no control over al Harvard and stayed on the Chinese Communists say aR a graduate student for re thc admiral declared I cantjsearch msect We imagine what would bother me less than what the Chinese Com munists The Navy said the Mercator was on a routine patrol and train ing mission from Japan when it flashed the attack signal early Thursday The message went out when the aircraft was ICO miles north of Formosa over interna tional waters the Navy said The message gave no details of persons were how many planes wore in the atjpitalized in critical condition after tack their nationality or whether a twocar crash Friday afternoon the Navy plane was returningReuben Geffert 47 Mona and Henry D e c k 1 e v e r 69 a doctor of science degree in bijing very early and it is necessary Two Critical After Crash Near Osage Navy and Air ForceOtranto were both in the Mitchellicratic fire The launched an immediate search of the area In addition to Mattins body they found two empty life for us to make immediate cam paign plans Republican delegates streaming home from their San Francisco convention which ended Thursday were warned by their national like The accident on 1416 oc jcuvred two miles west of here on a slight curve of the speedway which was opened to the public less than two months ago Resi dents said motorists used the lUciiLa stun ntuiuiiMb me chairman Leonard W Hall as a speedway because son 25 both of Chamberlain S D Forbord was a University of South Dakota student who had at tended summer school Terry Carpenter Not Worried About Joe Smith Label SCOTTSBLUFF Neb UP Terry Carpenter the man who tried to nominate Joe Smith for vice president at the Republican National Convention said hejat their own expense and were wasnt worried Saturday about returning to Des Moines by train were State Highway Commissioner Russell Lundy and Mrs Lundy Gen and Mrs Tandy Mrs Jessie Augustine 5th district alternate delegate to the Republican na tional convention in San Francis co Jacqueline Day assistant badge chairman for the conven tion Capt and Mrs Fischer and Russell Johnson GOP Convention The governors office said Fri day Hoegh and his wife went from Long Beach to San Francis co for the Republican convention would agree to receive the com mittee Beneath the surface calm there was a feeling of heightening ten sion in the Egyptian capital The Cairo diplomatic sources predicted Nassers reply would latly reject the proposal from 18 of the 22 nations at the just con cluded London conference But his counterproposal they said would eave the door open for negotia tion 90Minute Talk Indonesian Foreign Minister Ruslan Abdulghani who repre sented his country at the London conference emerged from a 90 minute talk with Nasser and said ne was still optimistic over the chances for a peaceful settlement The calls for use of force which were heard in the earl days of the conference have fadec into the background and the de sire for peace has come to th among the visitors to the 1956 in Abdulghani said Indonesia Russia India and Ceylon were the conference mi nority who offered a substitute plan for continued Egyptian con trol of the canal but with an in ternational advisory erless to enforce its recommenda tions Hire Pilots Egypt meanwhile sought to Gold topped the AberdeenAngus areed Betty Trenary 16 Pocahontas witil her pound champioa Shorthorn named Dagwood Jun ior The 4H Show is the crowning event of every state fair opening program and a near record crowd our only enemy might be com Not I am optimistic but not over Hall told newsmen And I dont want the workers to be of its long straight stretches Five of the dead were Mr and Mrs Theron Conger Custer S and three of their four chil dren Chert 9 Darrell Lee 6 and Mary Jean 4 Another daughter Rose Marie i7 the crashs only survivor was the consequences of his move Terrible Terry said he didnt believe his attempts to place a mythical man in nomination would hurt his Nebraska political career Im a lone wolf said Carpenter And Ive already had a pocketful of offers to address conventions in defense of my He predicted the GOP c o u 1 injured but expected to carry as many states as it didjiive in 1952 when only nine Southern and border states went Demo rafts and two fuel the downed plane tanks from Gunfire Wounds Found on Body of Crewmember IWAKUNI Japan M U S Navy air officials said Saturday night the body of a crewman of a U S patrol plane downed off the Red China coast had wounds inflicted by gunfire Capt Earl Junghann com mander of the fleet air detach ment at Iwakuni Naval Air Sta tion said wounds on the body of Technician Albert P Mattin Delto Ohio contained metal frag ments Mattins body is the only one reported found since the U S Navy patrol plane vanished early Thursday after radioing that it was being attacked by unidenti fied planes 32 miles off the Red China mainland The gunfire wounds did not cause Mattins death however Junghann said death was caused by multiple injuries received in crash of the plane County Memorial Hospital here Hall said hc thinks tne 956 Dat and their were listed for control of the Senatc as critical pivot around races in New York Geffert a diabetic went intoOregon Washington and Nevada shock He has a fractured leg fractured collarbone broken ribs fractured shoulder chest injuries and congestion of the lungs He has a store at Mona Mrs Deck lever has a fractured leg and chest injuries Her husband also a passenger in the car was in fair condition Hospitalized at Mercy Hospital Mason City were Mrs Richard Chancellor 33 St Ansgar and son Roger 9 who were riding in the other car She has cuts bruises and abrasions Roger has a broken collarbone bruises cuts and abrasions The accident occurred 10 miles west and four north of Osage on the farmtomarket road Geffert was taking the Decklever couple to Mason City Mrs Chancellor was headed west The collision occurred on an intersection Decklever immediately pulled the Chancellors from their flam ing car Both cars were demol ished STATION LOOTED CRESTON broke into radio station KSIB Friday and made off with about in equipment and tools And he didnt eliminate himself as a possible contender for the Senatc scat Sen Lehman DNY is giving up Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler at the same time tore into Eisenhowers renomina tion acceptance speech as a skill ful blend of wishful thinking soothing reassurances and gloss ing over of the failures of the GOP administration Butler said the President failed to spell out the details on how he would carry out his hope for a peaceful and prosperous future Whenever the speech dealt with any Butier said it was in sharp conflict with the Eisenhower record 1 SAME BUek fUg M hnri Rose Marie suffered a broken He said he invented Joe Smith to show that this was a convention where any delegate had the right to name anybody he pleased for At the Air Guard hangar com ments came from Lundy and from Denman who said he was there at the suggestion of Love less Lundy who was Hoeghs cam paign manager in 1954 said it was customary for the governor to go to the Long Beach picnic in a guard plane Noting that Hoegh will return by train Denman said If its right for Lundy its right for the governor to come back in the plane Undoubtedly it was wrong fohim to AP Wlrepholo DOCTOR REPORTS TO NIXONSDr I N Krausheer second from Satur day talks over the illness of Vice President Richard Nixons father with members of the Nixon family at Whittier Calif The elder Nixon 11 was reported consider ably improved Left to right are Don Nixon brother of the Vice President Hannah Nixon their mother Dr Krausheer and Vice President Nixon fe hire pilots in West Germany to guide convoys through the canal A score or more pilots on home eave have not returned since Nasser seized the canal July 26 Others may quit if the canal re mains in Egyptian hands While the Russians were rais ing alarms over the danger of re sorting to force and warning that a conflict over Suez could not be limited to that area there was much less talk in the West of mili tary measures if Nasser rejects the proposals Britain and France continued building up forces in the Mediter ranean but both insisted the measures were precautionary Many Egyptians and foreigners in Cairo were convinced Britain was not bluffing when she moved warships and parachute troops to vithin striking distance of Suez The Egyptian government ap peared to be trying to avoid any incident that might lead to a clash Several of the delegates who ati tended the conference including Secretary of State Dulles and the foreign ministers of France and West Germany saw hope that Egypt would accept the ma jority proposal augural Friday watched the judges pick class winners and then breed champions from a to tal of 619 entries Fridays formal opening of the 1956 day earlier than us ual drew an estimated visitors most of whom were chil dren under 16 who got in free This was somewhat less than the on opening day last year but that was on Saturday which apparently accounted for the difference This years ex position will close on Sunday Sept 2 instead of Labor Day The first Sunday of the fair ill be the first day we can ac ually compare said bloyd B Cunningham Fair Board secretary Cedar Rapids Man is Victim of Accident CAMERON Mo A Cedar Rapids Iowa man was killed and his brother injured in the collision of their car with a pickup truck on Highway 69 about seven miles south of here Friday night Killed in the Parmater 22 Russell 25 Earlville Iowa suf fered severe back injuries and was taken to a Cameron hospital wreck was Vern His older brother Two Men Die in Wapello Crash WAPELLO lowan and his brotherinlaw from Minne nesota were killed early Satur day when their car ran off a bridge being widened on High way 61 north of here Donald Thomas Hershaw 30 Davenport and Ernest Eugene Sorenson is Stillwater were killed when their car ran off the open side of the bridge and dropped 20 feet into a dry creek bed Sheriff Robert R Lewis said the car struck the bridge first at a point 210 feet from the place where it went off the side The area under repair was guarded by traffic lights the sheriff said lowan Nebraskan Die in Accident TEKEMAH Neb Best 55 Tennant Iowa and Raymond Popken Tekamah were killed in a twocar collision at the intersection 73 and a county road two miles south of here Friday night Authorities said the men were alone in their cars and both apparently died instantly COPTER MARK WASHINGTON UP A heli copter has spanned the United States nonstop for the first time One of Armys big H21 heli copters made the trip Friday from the Pacific to the Atlantic Coast in 31 hours and 40 minutes The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday night and Sunday with a chance of a few brief thundershowers Lows Saturday ngiht 5860 Highs Sunday 8892 Iowa Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday with a few widely scattered thundershow ers extreme north A warmer Saturday night and in east Sunday Low Saturday night 58 northeast to 68 south west Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Friday 75 Minimum Friday night 45 At 8 a m Saturday m YEAR AGO Maximum M Minimum n   

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