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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1956, Mason City, Iowa NortH Iowas Daily Newspaper lor Associated Press and United Press Full MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE HEWSfAH TH1T K TNI THAT M A K S A L I NORTH OWANS l I I H I I HOME EDITION Seven Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1956 Back This Paper ContisU of Two SectionsSection Ono Y Beaten Ike Is Host to Big Rally Crusade Is Urged By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Eisenhower called on Republican leaders Wednesday for a new crusade which would carry the GOP message to the last man the last in every block In a talk prepared for a picnic rally on his farm here Eisenhow er said the Republicans must count no state or district out if they expect to win the November election Above all the President admon ished the Republican workers to go into the campaign with a grin on your Dont underestimate the value of a Eisenhower said Pessimism never won a The Republican National Com mittee transported around 500 party leaders from all sections of the country from Washington to the Presidents farm for the pic nic It was held under a large revival meeting type tent pitched in the meadow near Eisenhowers golf green Chief Objectives Eisenhower said the chief ob jectives of the Republicans as they formally opened their cam paign after Wednesdays rally should be fourfold 1 To arouse in the American people a consciousness of all that is at stake in this election of their responsibilities and their abilities in making sure we stay on the straight road of prosperity progress and peace 2 To generate in the people the conviction that the Republican Party is best fitted for the man agement of our 3 To ignite in the GOP voters a zeal to make converts among their 4 To fortify their determina tion that this year they will regis ter in time and get others to reg ister and will vote themseleves and persuade others to Eisenhower said that if Repub lican leaders follow this course they will change a campaign in to a crusade a platform into a cause that rallies millions to your Integration Ruling In New York Tuesday night Stevenson challenged E i s e n hower to do all in his power to help put into force the Supreme Court decision on integration of Negro and white pupils in the public schools James A Finnegan the Steven AP Wirephoto Mrs J W FIRE DESTROYED THEIR HOUSE mrs j w ORourke center is comforted by her husband an Air Force sergeant and friends after their Tampa home was destroyed by fire Wednesday For months the couple worked to build the home with their own hands Now only the foundation remains back National Guard Outfoxes1 Demonstrators in Kentucky By THE ASSOCIATED PEESS Two Negro children whose status as pupils was described as very definitely were the only students in the previously allwhite Clay school Wednesday The Negroes were escorted into the school as the doors opened by State Adj Gen J J B Williams commander of the Kentucky National Guard He said the guard had out foxed antiintegrationists by apparently entering the two Negro pupils Tuesday in an all Negro school at nearby Provi dence However only about 50 of the Clay schools 500 students re ported for classes Wednesday and all of them had left the building by Minvil Clark who identified himself as an English teacher said he and two other teachers he refused to identify had left the school He said they had been warned by the State Board of Education that they could be dismissed As the racial tension in this western Kentucky mining com munity mounted Mayor Her bert V Clark described the two Negro children James Gordon 10 and Teresa Gordon 8 as temporary student and said We dont want the races mixed at all They wont keep the soldiers here forever and were going to try to keep the school white if we At nearby Sturgis and also at Clinton scenes of first outbreaks attendance continued to increase Release 2nd Tax Report Farm Income in Sharp Dip DES MOINES income in No 1 farm state has declined more rapidly in re cent years than in nearby states or the nation but manufacturing has exceeded the area and nation al growth rate This was pointed up Wednesday in the second of a series of re ports the Iowa Tax Study Com mittee is releasing in connection with recommendations it will make about Nov 15 for revision of the states tax structure Personal income from farm ing including proprietors income and farm wages has declined more rapidly in Iowa from 1950 to 1955 than in the nation as a whole or in the 11state north central the report said It added From 1950 through 1954 farm income supplied between 22 and Brannan Trails in Senate Race Conduct Elections ALEXANDER WILEY Victory J BRACKEN LEE Defeat CHARLES BRANNAN Behind 39 per cent of the states total personal income as compared to only 16 per cent in 1955 Bigger Drop Iowa also suffered a bigger drop in personal income from farming from 1954 to 1955 than was experienced in the nation as a whole Most measures of manufactur ing activity indicate that from 1947 to 1954 Iowa has exceedec the area and the national rate o The report continued by sayin that with the exception of th immediate postwar period from 1945 to 1948 total personal come to lowans increased LONDON wi Britain and France announced Wednesday the United States is joining them in setting up on international asso Suez Users Association Is Agreed Upon by Big Three T ciation which carry traffic Canal through the Suez Egypt will be asked to cooper m a rates substantially below the rates of increase by residents o sonKefauver campaign director announced in Washington that Kefauver will take off Friday on a t w oweek 15state campaign to tell the people what Finnegan termed the truth about the sorry performance of the spe cial interest EisenhowerNixon Finnegan said that between now and election day Nov 6 Ke fauver will carry this truthtell ing campaign to a record breaking number of counties cit ies and Republican Day Friday at Clay Co Fair in Spencer the area and the nation as whole From 1950 to 1955 nonfarm sources of personal income in owa increased less rapidly than in the area and the nation How ever from 1953 to 1955 nonfarm income increased more rapidly in Iowa than in the nation or the region Over a longer period of 1940 to 1954the number of farms in Iowa declined somewhat less than in the region In the same period the value of lands Kefauver to Speak in City on Oct 23 Sen Estes Kefauver will carr the Democratic political cam paign into Mason City on Oct 23 The vice presidential nomine will speak at Roosevelt Field house at 8 Robert Douglas Cerro Gordo County Democratic chairman announcedWednesday Kefauver will fly into Mason City from Waterloo in the late afternoon Douglas was told by Jenry Janssen Eldora 3rd Dis trict chairman Jiggs Donahue Vashington D his campaign Mark Catlin Fails in ReElection Try APPLETON W Mark Catlin 45 speaker of the Wisconsin Assembly who has been under fire from the Board of State Bar Commissioners failed to win re nomination to the Legislature Tuesday Catlin was defeated in the pri mary by Fred Frank 61 a for mer Outagamie County sheriff who served two terms in the lower house of the Legislature 194549 Frank led Catlin to with three precincts mire ported SPENCERWith Sen B B Hickenlooper Gov Leo Hoegh and Rep Charles Hoeven on hand as special guests Friday will be Republican Day at the Clay County Fair It will be a busj day for the three Sen Hickenlooper and Gov Hoegh are scheduled to arrive by air at Hoeven lives in nearby Alton All will be guests of the fair board at a Press and Radio luncheon meeting in the Country Club Following an appearance before the grandstand at the start of the afternoons regular program all three special guests will be hon ored with a coffee hour at 2 oclock in the Fairgrounds Cafe teria formerly Bills Cafe Sixth and Eighth District opened to all who might be In terested in attending it has been announced Introduction of the Senator Governor and 8th District mem ber of Congress will be by Eliza beth Trei Sibley district com mitteewoman Barbara Avery as vice chairman of Clay Countys Republicans will preside James I Dolliver Fort Dodge 6th District Congressman was unable to be present because of a committee hearing in Washing ton it was announced W P Bill Woods secretary of the fair board will have charge of the introductions in front of the grandstand at the opening of the afternoons fair program The rival party has had organizations will be their hosts and the affair has been C A1C4U special booth at the fair and in other ways a balance is being maintained by the fair officials SAME ting U bmn SEN HICKENLOOPER GOV HOEGH K j VJJ 1 CHILI a and buildings increased less in Iowa than in the area cash re ceipts from farm marketings also increased less in Iowa than in either the area or the nation Net Income But from 1949 to 1954 the net income of farm operators in Iowa increased by substantially more than it did in the area or the na tion Retail and wholesale trade increased by smaller percentages in Iowa than in the area from 1948 to 1954 The report then went into man ufacturing employment in the 11 states from 1947 to 1954 and showed that the increase in Iowa was per cent compared to in the 11 states and for the nation In 1939 manufacturing employ ment in Iowa was 92 of one per cent of the national total but by 1954 it was one per cent Manu facturing payrolls went up from of a per cent in 1939 to 97 of a per cent in 1954 Along with the presentation of the statistics the report said also that population growth in Iowa has taken place at a much slower rate than in the nation as a whole since 1900 Greater Fluctuations The report also observed Income payments received by lowans are subject to greater fluctuations in depression than is true of the nation as a whole This has important implications for the design of the states tax system It means for example that extreme reliance on income and sales taxation will render tax re ceipts unstable in periods of gen manager will accompany him Also in the party will be Her schel Loveless Ottumwa candi date for governor of Iowa R M Spike Evans Arnolds Park candidate for the Senate Iowa Chairman Jake More Harlan Don Mitchell Fort Dodge Iowas national committeeman and other party chiefs The party will spend the night in Mason City ate and will receive transit dues Prime Minister Eden and Pre mier Guy Mollet of France an nounced If Egypt interferes the nations concerned will be free to take such further steps as seem to be Eden told the House of Commons He warned Presi dent Nasser of Egypt cannot ex pect appeasement from Britain but insisted this country is mov ing in every peaceable way to end the Suez dispute In Washington the State De partment confirmed that the would participate in the associa tion Italian Ambassador Manlio Bro sio after meeting with Secretary of State Dulles said the Western nations have no plan for formal economic sanctions a g a i n s Egypt added that Britain and France as enatorfal nomtaatSm the two countries most directly affected by should give new plan for settling the contro versy the Suez the lead Standoff in Minnesota By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Veteran Sen Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin won the Republican nomination for the U S Senate in one of eight primary contests in which voters balloted Tuesday The political hopes of some nal tionally known figures were dampened in some of the other seven contests Republican Gov J Bracken Lee of Utah conceded defeat in a bid for an unpre cedented third term nomination and former Secretary of Agricul ture Charles F Brannan trailed by a slim margin in a campaign for the Colorado Democratic K In Wisconsin Wiley rebuffed by delegates to his own Republi any can Party state convention won TT1 over Rep Glenn had the part y wha endorsement orsemen Announcement of the new assoWiley 72 is seeking a fourth ciation drew fire quickly from the outnumbered Laborites in the House of Commons Hugh Gaits Formal economic sanctions in a way are In the nature of the use of force and that is a very delicate Brosio said He Wesfem Union Rate Hike Plans to Stand WASHINGTON The Fed C3 U V CJ O before the U N They delivered letter to the president of the U N Security Council advising fain hat Egypt has created a situa tion which might endanger free use of the canal Any formal mo ion against Egypt in the Secur eral Communications Commission nnounced Wednesday it will not interfere with Western Unions nnounced plan to increase inter Late press telegram rates by about per cent This means the rates will go into effect Fri day along with higher service rates between the United States Canada and Mexico These new press rates come on the heels of an increase averag ing per cent on general com mercial service messages within the United States which became effective Aug 26 kell leader of the Labor Party noted the association plans to em ploy its own pilots and take in tolls This seems like a highly provocative he said In ignoring the charter of the United Nations and taking the law into our own hands we are reverting to international an Gaitskell said However Britain and France al ready had taken a first step to ward putting the Suez controvers n T T XT mt Senate term Concedes Defeat Davis conceded defeat early ty Council would of a Soviet veto run the risk All About eral economic fluctuation The declining income from agriculture has been a major fac tor in Iowas lagging income since 1948 Although lowans have Been deriving an increasing percentage of their total income from nonagricultural sources since 1948 agriculture still sup plies the largest component of personal income received in most SEN KEFAUVER Exlowans Death Ruled a Suicide WEST MEMPHIS W The sheriff ruled Tuesday night that the strange death of a Fort Worth nuclear scientists 44year old wife was suicide George Abel 35 was re leased He had been held without charge since the body of his wife Alice was found Sunday floating in the Mississippi River Her throat had been slashed Sheriff Cecil Goodwin said first indications were of foul play but extensive investigation turned up indications that pointed to self destruction Mrs Abel was a former resi dent of Waukon Iowa The couple was headed for a vacation at Waukon when the incident was reported The Weather Mason City Fair to partly cloudy with no important temperature change through Thursday High Thursday 7680 Low Wednes day night 5054 Iowa Partly cloudy through Thursday chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms ex treme northwest Thursday aft ernoon Low Wednesday night 50s FiveDay Iowa Temperatures Wednesday night through next Monday will average from near normal northeast to around 5 de grees above normal southwest Normal highs 74 north to 78 south Normal lows 52 north to 56 south Only minor tempera ture changes are expected ex cept for cooling about Sunday Rainfall will average from one fourth inch north to onetenth Another development was the mminent walkout of many of the onEgyptian pilots who take hips through the canals tricky vaters Egypt is speeding up her lans to replace these pilots as necessary Eden said the Big Three West rn Powers were still discussing details of the plan This announcement came after Eden told the House of Commons that Britain is doing to get a peaceful settlement at Wednesday when unofficial re turns gave Wiley Davis and Howard Boyle a third candidate Utahs Gov Lee gained al prominence with frequent crit icism of President Eisenhowers policies and his refusal to pay part of his 1955 income tax He was defeated by a political new comer George D Clyde who said he is 100 per cent behind Presi dent Brannan author of the contro versial farm plan bearing bis 111 Cllt it t Suez while insisting that the wa terway not be left in the arbitry control of Egypts President Nas ser The users association will in clude the United States France and Britain and other principal users of the canal will be invited to Eden added Eden asked Parliament to give his government freedom to use force if necessary Facing his political mantor Sir Winston Churchill sitting a few yards away Eden said We must not help step by step to reproduce the history of the to 15hundredths of an inch south occurring as scattered showers and thunderstorms toward the end of the period Minnesota Showers warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 74 Minimum Tuesday night 46 At 8 Wednesday 61 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 71 Minimum 29 In the 30s Eden left the Brit ish government on the ground it was appeasing dictatorship 5 Life Rafts Found in Sea of Japan Planes Crew Hunted Japanese Coast Guard said Wednesday it had found five life rafts in the Japan Sea thought to be from a U S Air Force B50 weather plane which disappeared in typhoon m 1JT1 r with 16 men i Emma Monday aboard the rafts Sea between Japan the and name and secretary of agricul ture under President Truman vas running behind former Rep John A Carroll an unsuccessful candidate for the Senate in 1950 and 1954 The unofficial vote in of he states precincts gave Carroll and Brannan 083 Included were all of Denvers 29 precincts which reported 339 for Canoil and for Brannan The Republican senatorial can didate former Gov Dan Thorn ton was unopposed for renomi nation Georgia held a Democratic pri mary Wednesday leaving only Rhode Island and Massachusetts with state contests still to be de cided Other Results Other results Tuesday In Washington state Sen War ren Magnuson D was running well ahead of Republican Gov Arthur B Langiie in a senatorial popularity Both wera unopposed for the respective Sen ate nominations In the race for nominations for the governors chair being vacat ed by Langiie Lt Gov Emett Anderson was far ahead on the Republican side and State Sen Albert D Rosellini Seattle led the Democratic ticket The Magnuson and Langiie totals were seen as possible indi cations of the relative popularity of the two when they meet head on in the November election In Minnesota Democratic FarmerLabor DFL candidates and Republican hopefuls were running in a semipopularity con est Lacking major issues party leaders saw the voting as a test of party strength As counting continued Repub licans ran slightly ahead of DFL candidates Not Opposed Ancher Nelsen RJEA adminis rator who resigned to seek the lepublican nomination for gover ahead of incumbent Japan Korea about 125 miles east of the Ko rean coast and 160 miles due south of Vladivostok Russia It said no survivors were found aboard the rafts and that no wreckage of the plane had been sighted Twentyseven American aircraft took off at dawn Wednesday to look for survivors and wreckage of the missing plane Both had opposition on their respective tickets but no one was close The five DFL congressmen and Republican Rep August Andresen were unopposed for renominatiotu Three other GOP House mem bers Representatives OHara Judd and H Carl Andersen all held comfortable leads over op ponents In other races Ntw Ali RepubM
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