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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 18, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH iOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI1 Associated Prtss and United Press Full Lease Wkes Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 1954 This Paper Consists of Two Me PARTING a crowd watching at National Airport President Eisenhower give Vice President Nixon a vigorous handshake Tuesday as Nixon left on a 32state campaign tour Nixons daughter Patricia is at left while Mrs Nixon turning to talk to a friend is at center Need Only Tell The Truth Ike Tells His Campaigners WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower told Republican cam paigners Tuesday that they need only to tell the truth about his administration to win the election Eisenhower spoke at a sendoff breakfast for Vice President Nix on and other Republican leaders setting out on campaign tours The President told the GOP par ty membershe does not claim perfection for his But he said where it has failed iti is not from lack of trying I see no reason for our going to the public with anything but the Eisenhower said Our record itself is sufficient If it is made clear the people will sup port it We do not need to indulge in the exaggerations of partisan poli Air Force Reserve Chief impressed by Citys Effort to Obtain Flying Center Mason Citys enthusiasm pushing an Air Force Reserve center here Tuesday impressed the man in charge of the Air Force Reserve activities Col Donald J Strait deputy assistant Secretary of the Air Force told Mason Cityans I hope youll get the organization youre looking A flying training center for the reserve here would mean a million dollar installation in addi tion to what already exists at the Mason City Municipal Airport he stated Parking Ramp A foot runway extension and hanger facilities alone would cost about a million dollars Col Strait said In addition a square foot parking ramp ware house crash rescue equipment and iimprovement of the control tower facilities would be needed Maj Kenneth W Beach from the 10th Air Force command briefed his superior on the sur vey which he has carried on con cerning manpower available for the flight center After that sur vey has been evaluated by the 10th Air Force command the secretary said it is possible that othersurvey teams may arrive to check on what additions and improvements are necessary at the airport The project must be feasible economical and how ever Col Strait emphasized The Air Force must consider finances even though its expeditures are expected to level off in the future at about billion yearly Military Skills The Reserve and Air National Guard may be expected to be more important in the future he stressed The nation cannot af ford to overlook that men with military skills already are avail able in their home communities There will be no time for a manpower buildup in the event of another war Col Strait de clared He is himself a Sabrejet pilot and was credited with 1VA planes shot down during the Ko rean conflict Lt Col Merlyn McLaughlin commander of the Des Moines Air Reserve unit flew to Mason City with Col Strait Earl Hall GlobeGazette master of eeremonies at a luncheon at the airport Hans Tofte chairman of the airport commission and Mayor George Mendon spoke briefly as hosts Verne E Greiman Waived to Jury in Assault Case Verne E Greiman Garner charged with assault on an inter nal revenue officer has waived to the federal grand jury He faces a maximum three year sentence federal penitentiary if convicted of an attack on Eu gene A Schwartzkopf Mason City internal revenue agent In a surprise move Monday af ternoon Greimans attorney Norman Lichty Des Moines no tified Commissioner Nate Levinson here that Greiman would waive preliminary hear ing Previously Lichty had written Levinson that Greiman would ap pear Tuesday morning and that a hearing would be held so a court reporter would be neces sary Schwarzkopf had gome to the home of Ben F Greiman farm er south of Garner on July 9 to investigate Verne Greimans in come According to District Attorney F E Van Alstine Sioux City Verne a u s e d Schwarzkopf of calling his father a liar and struck him knocking him to the ground ics I do not claim perfection fo Ms administration but where w have failed it was not from lac of trying Sounding a peace therne Eisen hower said it is difficult to be a peaceful in the present day worl as Americans would like to be He said that while we may b as peaceful as possible some on else may make an aggressiv move that would disturb tha peace While it is not a secure peac that we he said ther are many many thousands American mothers that ar mighty thankful their sons are no involved in any Eisenhower walked into the din ing room at National Airport wit GOP National Chairman Leonar W Hall He marched down th line at the head table shakin hands with party leaders seate there Then with the vice presiden and Mrs Nixon beside him Eisen hower examined a large chart showing the route Nixon is takin on his 32state speaking tour Eisenhower chatted animated with Nixon as he ate the ham an eggs sendoff breakfast Secretary of Interior Fred Sej ton Sen Knowland of Californij Rep Joseph W Maptin an Rep Charles Halleck also em barking on tours were seated the head table Eisenhower told the campaig workers that economic progre in the years of his administr tion is attested by economi Turning to the farm problem Eisenhower said farmers hav been taken out from under a sy tern of high rigid price supporl which he said was making theJ situation worse by piling up farm surpluses The farmers have been give the right to hope that they ar going to share equitably in ou growing he said Eisenhower said he wants th Republican campaigners to go b fore the public and tell the trut forcefully The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy through Wednesday with occa sional showers and chance of a brief thundershower Low Tuesday night 5054 High Wednesday 7072 Iowa Generally fair Tuesday night low in 50s Partly cloudy Wednesday chance of a few light showers and turning cooler extreme north Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 66 Minimum Monday night 40 At 8 Tuesday 48 Precipitation tract TAKEN WEBSTER ma robbed the Riverside Food Mai ket of between and i cash and checks Monday night Big 3 Proceed Despite Objections New Suez Strategy Set Traffic on Canal Slowed FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES LONDON The Western Big hree agreed Tuesday to go head with formation of a canal users association despite Egypts efusal to cooperate But their emphasis switched rom an earlier plan to push an mmediate test case against igypt toward longhaul prepara ions including American help if Europes oil supplies are cut off Secretary of State John Coster Dulles brought Britain nd France a personal message rom President Eisenhower at the start of Big Three efforts to vin world support for a long erm economic campaign against Egyptian control of the vital wat jrway Another Drop Another drop in Suez Canal raffic was reported Tuesday Only 31 ships were in transit the owest number since Egypt na ionalized the canal last July 26 Egyptian sources said the ships were moving through the water way at normal speed The decrease in the number of ships routed to the canal has been helpful to the Egyptians and their Greek associates who are working with less rest than nor mal to keep the 103mile water way in use Fifteen Russian ship masters in training for their pilot papers moved from a Port Said hotel into the rest home of the Egyptian Ca nal Authority They were out on the canal again Tuesday watching Egyptian pilots at work New Homes The Big Three decision to go ahead full steam on the canal users association came against a background of growing animosity toward the plan and new moves by Egypt to torpedo the second London Suez conference before it starts Dulles flew in from the United States Tuesday morning and went immediately into discussions with British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French Foreign Minis ter Christian Pineau The minis ters also met with British Prime Minister Anthony Eden Pineau mentioned the possibili ty of taking the problem to the United Nations but said this would depend on Egyptian Presi dent Gamal Abdel Nasser who al ready has rejected the plan and branded it an association for 1888 Treaty The plan calls for setting up an association with its own pilots which would collect fees for pas sage through the canal Should Egypt refuse passage the association would be expected to lay the case before the U N Security Council charging Egypt with violating the 1888 treaty guaranteeing free passage of ships of all nations Three other main items were on the conference agenda 1 The United States announced intention to provide dollar funds to buy Western Hemisphere oil to supplant shrinking supplies through the Suez Canal 2 British and French plans to set up an alternative roundthe Cape route by bypassing the Suez an antiNasser boycott 3 Egypts latest not to the U N Security Council warning that the Suez crisis could blow up be cause of British and French High Court Dismisses Contempt Citation in Clarion Religion Case DES MOINES Iowa preme Court ruled Tuesday that an Iowa mother cannot be pun ished for contempt of court be cause she ignored a divorce stip ulation directing her to raise her son as a Roman Catholic v The court divided 54 on the mine what steps must be taken to rear the boy in the Roman Cath olic religion The court said the decree did not say who should rear the child in such religion what constitutes such rearing or case and the minority ruling should take in the mat AP Wirepiloto FLAMES EXTINGUISHED An Air Force fireman wets down the still glowing embers of a pair of jet engines from the B52 bomber which crashed near Madera Monday Several small farm buildings also were set ablaze when the huge craft hit the ground Order Inquiry Into Jet Crash FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES MADERA board of Air Force officers studied the wreckage of a B52 Stratofortress Tuesday in the hope of finding out why the eightengine jet burst into flames and fell to earth carry ing five men to their deaths Two men parachuted to safety They were treated for minoi injuries at Castle Air Force Base Hospital 40 miles from here The Air Force identified the survivors as Maj Benjamin R Ostlind 36 Bay and Capt Wil liam J Vetter 38 Louisville Ky The eight engine B52 largest of the nations atomic bombers plunged into a field near U S 99 Californias busiest highway Flaming wreckage and burning gasoline cascaded over a wide area destroying a farmhouse and endangering vehicles on the high way Debris hit an automobile Stay of Boone Planned by Eisenhowers 84 Kiwanis Clubs Register for ConventionNew Mark The number of towns reprej sented at this years Nebraska Iowa District Kiwanis conven tion has set a new record Last years mark of 75 clubs represented in the Des Moines conclave was cracked when a total of 84 clubs officially regis tered for this years convention A total of 406 Kiwanians 195 of whom are official delegates have registered The Kiwani queens are also wellrepresented with 223 having signed for a total of 629 attending A crowd of 586 persons at tended the aliKiwanis banquet Monday night and 280 were at the luncheon Tuesday noon Tuesdays sessions opened with divisional breakfasts and cau cusses and the second official con vention session Armand J Rode horst a trustee of Kiwanis In ternational was to give the major address at the Tuesday noon luncheon The Kiwanians were to host the Kiwani queens wives of the Kiwanians attending the convention WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower will set out on his first campaign trip a day earlier than scheduled so he and Mrs Eisenhower can spend Thursday evening in Boone Iowa where Mrs Eisenhower was born The change in plans was an nounced Tuesday by White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty Eisenhower previously planned to fly directly to New ton Friday to make a campaign speech at the national plowing contest The address will mark the beginning of his fight to keep the vital midwestern farm belt in the Repulican column in November The Eisenhowers were expect ed to arive here about Thursday by car from DCS Moines A similar motorcade is planned when the Eisenhow ers depart for the National Field Days about Friday The first family will spend Thursday night in a house built in 1870 by Mrs Eisenhowers maternal grandparents the late Mr and Mrs Carl Carlson They will be the guests of Mrs Eisenhowers uncle and wife Joel and Caroline Carlson Asked why the change in plans Hagerty said Mrs Eisen hower wanted very much to go visit her uncle and stay at the family The Eisen howers visited Boone in 1952 Mrs Eisenhower was born in Boone but not in the house now occupied by her uncle and a labor contractors bus loaded with farm workers But no one was injured Several hours later the Air Force grounded all B52 flights out of Castle Air Force Base the big bombers base 40 miles north of Madera It was the second time the giant planes have been grounded since they became op erational Earlier this year one of the eightengine giants exploded in flight near Tracy Calif Findings of the investigation that followed never were made public An Air Force spokesman said Monday night there was no similarity be tween the two accidents All we know is that the plane caught fire before it said Brig Gen William E serted the court majority was wrong in holding the terms of the stipulation too vague to be en brceable The high court dismissed a contempt citation issued against Gladys Lynch a rural school eacher from Clarion after her brmer husband complained she vas rearing their 9yearold son Richard as a Protestant Splir Decision The ruling which was on a 54 split decision said that in citing Mrs Lynch for contempt the ower court w a s actively en orcing a provision which vio ates freedom of religion as guar anteed in the First Amendment o the Constitution This the ma jority opinion said is something the lower court may not Mrs Lynch and her husband were divorced in April 1953 and the decree granted the mother custody of Richard but directed her to rear him in the Roman Catholic faith The lower court ruling by trict Judge Harvey Uhlenhopp Hampton had been that Mrs Lynch must abide by the divorce stipulation or subject herself to punishment by the court Done by Agreement Judge Uhlenhopp had ruled that there was no doufat but that Mrs Lynch is intentionally raising the child as a He said there might be doubt as to whether a divorce decree should contain a clause concerning a childs religion but that the par ents had done so in this case by agreement The Supreme Court however said that even aside from the con1 stitutional questjon the divorce decree itself was both indefinite and uncertain It would take an expert opin ion the majority ruled to deter ter No Real Guide The divorce decree the ruling left Mrs Lynch without any real guide and she is now be ing puninshed for violation of a judgment so indefinite and un certain that it should be held The majority ruling was writ ten by Chief Justice G K Thomp son who was joined by justices Norman R Hays Robert L Lar son Henry Charles F K Peterson and Wennerstrum Dis senting were justices William L Bliss T G Garfield Ralph A Oliver and William Mrs Lynch teaches No 2 rural school in Wright County Another son Jerry 11 is in the fathers custody 18 Airmen Saved When Navy Plane Ditches in Ocean HONOLULU UP A fourengine Navy Constellation carrying 18 crewmen ditched in the Pacific Ocean 100 south of Guam Monday but the men were rescued with no major injuries Two of the crewmen suffered minor injuries in the crash and were flown to Agana Guam for treatment the Navy said The other 16 were taken by surface craft and returned to the Pacifc island The plane attached to Early Airborne Warning Squadron Three was returning to Guam from a mission 800 miles to the south when one engine developed trouble Six minutes later a sec ond engine went out bank commander at Castle Except for the pilots compart ment which was intact but hal tered the wreckage broke into small pieces and scattered over an area two miles square Gen Eubank said the aircraft carried no loaded weapons and no dummy bombs It was just a training he said Russ Literacy Rate Is High Columnist Tells KiwanisGroup Illiteracy is practically nonjthat can be applied to his coun Euexistant in Russia reportstry HarLm Miller Des Moines Regis The speaker noted that the Rus ter newspaper columnist Miller told 350 Kiwanians at a luncheon of the NebraskaIowa District convention Monday noon in the Hole Hanford that the Russian government has now a Isians are developing a plan of aid similar to the United States Marshall plan They are also using the Do you want to come to this coun try attitude similar to the more literate population to dealAmerican type of goodwill said with He said that virtually Miller everyone is educated through the age of 16 after which many ofj them attend universities and training schools THEATER ROBBERY WATERLOO UP Two men robbed the manager and cashier A panel moderated by Dr Roy of the Starlight drivein theater HarrisviUe pastor of Trinity between here and Cedar Falls of Lutheran Church threw quesi u u x about Monday night tions at Mmer as fast as he could CVWK f 1S f answor them ThP ronjthmkmg what he 11 say Shrewd Man Miller who talked personally with many of the leaders in Rus sia through Interpreters de scribed Khrushchev as a cunning tireless man LEVANT HOSPITALIZED HOLLYWOOD Oscar Levant 49 was in Mount Sinaij Hospital Tuesday for what his physician says is a rest and physical checkup SAME Must Sell U S Way of Life to Children Guthrie We should try to sell our children on the American way of life instead of merely frightening them with Communism Wayne Gutherie Monday evening told those attending the AltK i w a n t s banquet at Roosevelt Fieldhouse The Indianapolis newsman totd the group that if we lay before the youth the two ways of life they will makt the right choice He also pointed out the influence that God has had on the development of America See complete story edi torial on Page answer them The panel was 0 e i composed of W Earl Hall Globe Gliests of honor at the Gazette editor Mrs Rob Roy Cerney housewife lecturer and traveler Craig Tenney KGLO radio and TV newscaster and John Powell KSMN manager and newscaster Miller recently returned from a day tour of Russia He made a similar trip in 1936 Russians Human I found the American propjGoodell Robert dganda campaign against RussiaSTom Mitchell were Mayor George E Mendon District Governor Kermit Doolit tle Indianapolis newspa perman Wayne Guthrie and Ar mand Rodehorstk international trustee from New Orleans La President of the local club Howard Jackson presided and special music was provided by the Song Fellows composed of Dr J E Christopherson Charles Albrecht and much more successful than the Russian campaign against Amer There were 150 Kiwaniqueens present Monday at a luncheon said Miller He addedlhonoring Marion Doolittle wife of that he found the Russians pri marily not blood thirsty monsters trying to think of ways to do us Miller also believes that Nikita Khrushchev Russian leader is the NebraskaIowa District Gov ernor in the Moose Hall Miller sees the debunking of Stalin not as a personal matter but as a way of Stalin underbrush clearing the so that a new seeing an analogy between his i system can be applied and our country The Russian The debunking has made quite perhaps sees that thereis somea bit of headway around Moscow thing about the American in the area of Stalingrad   

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