Wednesday, September 5, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 5, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper for Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL LXII AwocUted Frew ud United Prws Full cent Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 5 Nasser in Suez Proposal Suggested CAIRO Gamal Abdel Nasser suggested to the fivenation Suez committee that an advisory board closely linked with the United Nations be set up to run the Suez Canal gov ernment sources said Wednesday Within a few hours after the Nasser stand was made public Maj Kamal El Din Hussein head of Egypts volunteer national lib eration army ordered his units into the front line with the warn ing a surprise attack may come at any Hussein issued the warning dur ing a visit to potential battle grounds in the Suez Canal Zone where liberation army the hurriedly mustered reserve been stationed Offers Own Plan Nasser apparently has rejected the Dulles plan for in ternational control of the canal Egyptian sources said he offered his counterproposal in an effort to break the deadlock The sources emphasized that neither the Dulles nor the Nasser pro posals were final but were sug gested in hopes of reaching a negotiated settlement In London British Foreign Sec retary Selwyn Lloyd reaffirmed Britains intent to seekVa peace ful solution but said closure of the canal would affect every na tion in Europe and Asia and that force would be used as a last In Tripoli the Libyan govern ment a neighbor of Egypt pro tested to the United States and France against the French mili tary buildup on Cyprus and ex pelled a French consul at Fezzah as an In Beirut Lebanon unknown persons calling themselves sers volunteers dynamited the Beirut office of the British founded Arab News Agency No casualties were reported James Swinburn British business man ager of the agency was arrested last week in Cairo on espionage charges Rejection Reiterated The official government news paper Al Gomhouria reiterated Egypts adamant rejection of the Dulles plan and publisher Anwar El Sadat former member of the ruling military junta called inter national control the latest de velopment in imperialist think He gave an ultimatumlike warning to the aside the international committee plan if you are serious about reaching a peaceful settlement Earlier there were indications both sides were showing some optimism The sources said Egypt espe cially appreciated the role taken in the negotiations by Loy W Henderson U S deputy under secretary of state who has medi ated between the West and Egypt and that it was believed his medi ation might lead the talks to a happy ending Egyptian government sources said if the two sides were able to reach agreement on a com promise formula a second meet ing of the London conference na tions would be most likely con vened They added that Egypt would go with Nasser himself at tending The Suez committee headed by Australian Prime Minister Robert Gordon Menzies was to meet with Nasser again Wednesday in what was expected to be the most crucial conference since the talks began Monday This Paper of Two No 3rd Body Recovered From Navy Plane WASHINGTON UP The State Department announced Tuesday that Red China has re covered a third body from a Navy patrol plane shot down Aug 23 by Red Chinese planes The body was identified as that of Aviation Electronics Mate 1 C William Frederick Haskins West port Conn The department said the Chi nese Communists have agreed to turn Haskins body over to the British representative in Shang hai who will send it somewhere to be handed over to American authorities This presumably means either to Japan or Hong Koof THEY LIKE ADLAI Adlai Stevenson policemen shoulders his way through a roaring crowd that met him and Estes Kef auver as they arrived at the Los Angeles airport Tuesday night Stevenson wear ing his Legionnaires cap made an address Wednesday before the national Legion convention IN LEGION ADDRESS An Early End to Draft Urged by Stevenson LOS ANGELES UP Adlai E Stevenson Wednesday called for an end to the military draft at the earliest possible moment consistent with the National The Democratic presidential nominee told the national conven tion of the American Legion he believes this is the national will and I subscribe with all my heart to this In his prepared text Steven son delivered a slashing attack on the Republicans for playing P o 1 it i c s with and for blamingthe Democrats for World Wars I and II and the Korean War Cites Military Makeup Stevenson said the election campaign should be waged over which party offers the most re sponsible program for One problem which we must re he said was the makeup of military forces of the future Stevenson said manymilitary experts believe the armies of the future will use mobile units equipped with tactical atomic weapons Already it has become appar ent that our most urgent need is to encourage trained men to re enlist rather than to multiply the number of partly trained Stevenson said Attacks GOP Stevenson opened his speech by charging that the Republican na tional convention in San Fran cisco had twisted and tortured the Democrat war record He said the Republicans have tried to identify responsibility for the wars of this century with the Democratic Party which he said insults the tens of millions of Americans this party in eludes Stevenson and his runningmate Estes Kefauver of Tenries see arrived by plane Tuesday night from Chicago After the Le gion speech to fly to San Francisco to meet with Cali fornia and Nevada Democratic leaders FEWER CARS BUILT DETROIT auto indus trys Big Three of General Motors Ford and Chrysler built passenger cars in this years first eight months com pared with in the same 1955 period SAME DATET9S5400 flat means no trafflo past 24 Death Comes Quietly to Vice Presidents Father WHITTIER Calif w Frank Nixon father of vice president Richard M Nixon died at his home Tuesday night with his family at his bedside Death came quietly Tuesday night to the 77yearold former grocer He struggled nearly two weeks against a combination of crucial ailments and then izing the end was near calmly arranged his own funeral serv ices Earlier he had hoped to vote again Im going to make he told his physician last week I want to be around to vote in The vice president his two brothers Edward and F Donald and their mother Hannah 71 were at the elder Nixons side when he died Mrs Nixon held his hand until the end Dr I N Kraushaar said a pul monary congestion was the im mediate cause of death Ill since a stomach ulcer hemorrhaged in July he became critical Aug 22 when an abdominal artery rup tured His physical stamina amazed his physician Hes tough member of a tough Dr Kraushaar said The vice president took his fathers death pretty friends said He remained in se clusion in the big twostory home in nearby La Habra But the vice president decided to appear as scheduled Thursday to deliver his speech to the Amer ican Legion national convention in Los Angeles The vice presidents father ar ranged the funeral services with an oldtime friend Dr George Jenkins who will officiate The services will be held at 1 p m CST Friday in the familys East Whittier Friends Church FRANK NIXON Trains Collide 18 Die Ike Plans Farm Speech at Newton Bid for Ballots Outlined WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower said Wednesday he plans two campaign speeches this month on the farm situation Those two addresses plus an other he mentioned at a news con ference will be in addition to a speech at the formal kickoff of his reelection campaign at a pep rally at his Gettysburg farm next Wednesday Responding to questions Eisen hower said he has tentatively agreed to attend the annual Na tional Plowing Contest at Newton Iowa on Sept 21 Major Issue Adlai Stevenson the Democra tic presidential nominee has agreed to speak at Newton on Sept 22 Eisenhower said he will visit with friends at Newton and make a speech dealing with the farm is shaping up as a major issue in this years presi dential campaign The President added that about a week about Sept 27 or will make his first nationwide ad dress His topic on that occasion also will be agriculture The third campaign speech Ei senhower mentioned Wednesday will take place about a week aft er the Sept 12 pep rally at his Gettysburg farm He said that would be sort of a studio address indicating he plans to speak on that occasion also on television and radio Eisenhower gave no hint as to he will maLe his third where talk In Good Humor In good humor and dressed nattily in a light gray double breasted suit Eisenhower cover ed these other topics at the news conference CIVIL RIGHTS Commenting on the disturbances which have sroken out in some sections of the South as a result of the Su preme Courts ruling outlawing racial segregation in the nations public schools Eisenhower said that until the individual states show inability to deal with the situation the federal government had better be careful about moving in He deplored the violence whjch has cropped up in a few sections with the reopening of schools in the South But in response to a question Eisenhower declined to ww o vj u say whether he endorses the Sumore than a week preme Court ruling or merely ac cepts it AIRMAN HURT IN CRASH Lt Richard Terry Tulaa men cy aid from a companion Lt Lewis Crutchfield after their T28 training plane crashed near West Tuesday afternoon Crutchfield was only shaken up but Terry received a fractured vertebrae Expect Toll to Mount No Further Outbreaks at Clinton T THE ASSOCIATED PRESS All 12 enrolled Negroes entered class at Clinton Hig School Wednesday amid deac silence from white pupils clus tered around There still were fewer white pu pils than usual but more than Tuesday when only 257 white boys and girls showed up at the start of he schools second week of inte gration following a riotous week of antiintegration activity White pupils followed the Ne jroes into the building as soon as the opening bell rang Ten ofthe Negro students five boys and five girls formed a sin gle file to pass through the white students and vtewsmen outside the building Silence Reigns Aside from a muted here they there was silence from the crowd for the first time since the Negroes enrolled last week Only a scattering of the 663 na ional guardsmen here patrolled Clinton Wednesdayfollowing An derson Countys quietest night in It Was the Right School Ail Right Just Wrong Room School opened Tuesday for some Mason City young sters but for 6yearold Jon Bramhall the educational out look was pretty a time Jon went to Harding School looked into the classroom and noted that all desks were taken He walked the six blocks home and reported to his mother They didnt want Mrs Bramhall called Jons father Bill Bramhali home from work and the father corted Jon back to school It turned out that Jon had looked into the wrong class room Cold wet weather with new rains measuring up to more than three inches continued in Iowa Wednesday Eldora reported inches of rain and inches was recordec at Steamboat Rock and Hubbard Jewell had inches and many points had more than two inches Skies were expected to remain W TT W IU iCJJiitJJi iHVJ T Cl IX t mostly cloudy through Wednesday Meckfeasee Maplewood and there was the possibility of more showers Innocent Plea by Kidnap Suspect MINEOLA N Y UP Angela iaMarca 31 pleaded innocent by reason of insanity Wednesday in he fatal kidnaping of Peter Wein berger 33 days old Trial was set for Oct 1 His attorney contended LaM ar ea a machinist and parttime cab driver was driven out of his mind by mounting debts DAYS OF YORE IDAHO CITY Idaho UP After classes started a room small town of 250 inhabitants check showed 312 white pupils was once the capital of the Idaho 1 he situation Eisenhower said present Wednesday for a total of territory with a population that nnnPT Pnncf VtA nw i is that under the Constitution 324 compared t a total of 257 is bound by the courts decision including 9 and will do his best to see that out of a total enrollment of 806 it is carried out COLD WAR In fighting the cold war against communism the free world is stronger now than it was when he took office in January of 1953 Eisenhower said That was in response to a com ment on assertions elsewhere that the United States is losing the cold war The best way to evaluate the situation Eisenhower said is to take a look at the world picture more than three years ago and to compare it with the current out look POLITICS Eisenhower de scribed his press secretary James C Hagerty as an intelli gent able man doing a good job so far as he is concerned The Presidents praise for Ha gerty when a reporter noted that Hagerty Tuesday accused the Democrats under Presidential Nominee Adlai Stevenson of ap parently welcoming unemploy ment in the United States in order to try to win a few votes Eisenhower commented in dis cussing the matter that apparent ly there has been what he called great deal of misquotation A REAL SPORT EGG HARBOR N J MJe rome Lauer owner of a garage in nearby Elwood reported to police that thieves broke into his establishment and stole only one thing His watchdog Sport At Knoxville two Negro effigies were hanged from a flag tower at Fulton High School Tues day night Racial Tension The Iflfoot figures apparently an outgrowth of racial tension at nearby Clinton growing out of school integration there had signs around their necks reading This is Fultons first nigger and the last This is Fultons first nigger who is next No Negroes had attempted to register when Fulton classes op ened Tuesday although five Ne groes were turned away at East High and one Negro child each was turned away from two ele mentary schools At Mansfield an attorney for the National Assn for the Ad vancement of Colored People said Tuesday night that efforts to en roll 12 Negro pupils in the high school have been abandoned for the present We could not take them in there while that mob is standing there to do said Atty L Clifford Davis For three school days crowds maintained racial barriers despite a court order WOC TAKEN SIOUX CITY gunman escaped with an estimated after slugging a service station attendant with his revolver Tues day All About 11 The Weather Mason City Occasional light rain Wednesday night low in upper 40s Thursday partly cloudy high mid 60s Iowa Mostly cloudy with scat tered thundershowers Wednes day night and Thursday fore noon Showers locally heavy northeast Wednesday night Low Wednesday night 50 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 2 to 4 degrees below normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 79 north to 83 south Normal lows 55 north to 58 south Cooler Thurs day Warming Friday and Sat urday Turning cooler again Sunday and Monday Rainfall will be moderate to heavy averaging threefourths of an inch to an inch occurring as showers Thursday and again Saturday and Sunday Minnesota Continued rainy warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 69 Minimum Tuesday night 51 At 8 a m Wednesday 52 Precipitation inches YEAR AGO Maximum 82 Minimum 49 More Rain Possible for Iowa SPRINGER opea switch sent the Santa Fe Chief crashing headon into a siderailed mail train early Wednesday in northern New Mexico killing at least 18 railway workers Santa Fe officials earlier said 20 perished but revised the known dead figure downward when 2 were found safe A spokesman said the death toll might go higher when wrecking crews pry into the twisted and torn cars of the Chief As far as has been determined no passengers died in the early morning tragedy A spokesman said an open switch on the track could be the only cause The westbound Chief shot into the bypass where the fast Santa Fe mail train No 8 was waiting for the main line to continue north Known Dead The known dead were 4 crew nembers and 14 waiters and ounge car attendants who were asleep in a dormitory car on the Chief Two of the 16 in the car escaped death The identified dead are It J Ilvish Raton mail train en gineer E O Foster Raton en gineer on the Chief H Adams Raton fireman on the Chief and W L Schriever Las Vegas conductor on the AVt JLUC VCIOIV VCll JLL Mason City reported inches determining the number of dead Temperatures dropped to low s horribly complicated because evels in northwest Iowa early condition of the t Wednesday and Sibley reported a eading of 45 degrees Sioux City ciiiu ocdiif iiuti LF11 had a low of 47 The lows ranged Womens shoes bedclothing upward to 65 at Burlington and suitcases are strewn every Ottumwa High readings Tuesday ifternoon ranged from 65 at Spen er to 75 at Davenport and Lamo i Rains of recent days have aused some of the smaller treams in Iowa to rise to nearly bankful stage Larger ever are not expected to flood un ess continued heavy rains occur Rainfall amounts in the 24 hours mded at 8 Wednesday in luded Charles City inches Iowa ialls Waterloo Marble lock Kanawha and Popejoy Dumont and Shell Bock Wholesale Prices of Food Slightly Higher NEW YORK WVWholesale food rices as measured by the Dun Bradstreet food index were a shade higher this week At the index compared with a week ago and was down per cent from a ear ago COLORADO y Trinidad t Afeuquifqtje f tAUTA n t JrArftA V I NEW MfXfCO I AP VVirephoto COLLISION map locates the Santa Fe Railroad line through northern New Mex ico where the Chief and a mail train collided early Wednesday Chiefs In critical condition is Jim Wal ter Rockford chief cook Seriously injured were Charles Kincaid Albuquerque brakeman and William P Wright Chicago waiter Treated and released were Mr and Mrs Norman Rosen Vew York Miss Jessie Schweizer Maplewood and Hattie Associated Press Writer John B Curtis said The task even of The Curtis said are mangled twisted and standing on All available doctors officers and ambulances from most of northern New Mexico were sum moned Ranch Country The wreck occurred at five mies south of here in gently rolling ranch country The main line of the Santa Fe at this point parallels U S Highway 85 Only the diesel units of the mail train went off the track crushed and torn Of 13 cars in the Chief only 7 remained on the track Oth ers Curtiss said were twisted and mangled and telescoped pointing upward at grotesque Santa Fe spokesman said an open switch on the bypass caused the Chief to head into the side rail and plow into the mail train J P Reinhold Santa Fe Rail way vice president in charge of public relations was aboard a business car on the mail train with his family He said they were awakened by a jolt and a jar Stand Guard Reinhold said as far as he could determine there were 45 Pullman passengers 227 adult coach pas sengers and 40 children aboard the Chief Springer national guardsmen were pressed into service to stand guard over the mail train A number of servicemen aboard the Chief jolted out of their sleep by the crash helped the injured and helped remove some of bodies John Veaette a sailor from Pueblo en route to San Diego said he was damn scar red when he was awakened and realized what had happened V P Schmidt a sailor from Milwaukee was two cars back of the dormitory car He said I looked out when things down and the front end of car looked like a huge In aisle of his car Schmidt said huge piece of steel stuck right up through the