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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Icwox Daily Newspaper far Bd United PTCM ma CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THt NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL N 0 R T H IOWANS N I I G H O ft S HOME EDITION Cento Copyj MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21 This Paper CocsUU of Two Farm Proposals Conceived in Complete Ike AP WUephoto A r WUCpnotO L9K clothed in a ACuai Srevenson said ngnt topcoat in the chill evening stands in his auto as President Eisenhower the official motorcade arrived at Boone Thursday night There the Eisenhowers spent the evening with Mrs Eisenhowers aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Joel Carlson France Balks on Suez Plan LONDON UP The 18nation Suez conference ended Friday night with France one1 of its sponsors refusing immediate approval of the projected canal users association Foreign Minister Christian Pineau told the conferences final session France could not sign up at the moment because of changes made in a document setting out the associations aims These aims are primarily to seek by peaceful meanstoshare with Egypt in control of the Suez Canal Pineau said if France finally decides to take membership in the association it will make a reservation that the existing document gives toojarge a degree of payment of canal tolls The United with Britain and France sponsored the original scheme for a users as sociation announced it would adopt the scheme It was the first power to do so As the conference ended a high source said it had been reason ably Made Clear State Senator Killed in Crash East of Wayland MOUNT PLEASANT Sen Charles Emory Stewart 58 prominent Mahaska County cattle Pineau made clear the latitude raiser was killed Thursday night to which he objected principally wneri his car left the road on a was concerned with methods of curve paying canal dues France and Britain have refused to pay dues The accident occurred on High way 78 about three miles east of to the Egyptian Canal Authority way 78 about three set up after Egypts July 26 naWayland ln Henrv and tinnalizfltinn nf about 12 miles northwest of here tionalization of the international waterway The association project appar ently would allow members to pay dues to Egypt if they wished The Americans and West GerShorthorn cattle mans have in fact been paying transit dues to Egypt Pakistan long a holdout hinted that it might join Italy and Britain announced formal adhere ence Conference officials said the first meeting of the users associa tion will be in London Oct 1 They said they expected the Suez dispute will be put to the United Nations almost immediately af ter that meeting Highly Pleased U S Secretary of State Dulles described as highiy pleased planned to fly back to Washing ton Friday night He didnt expect so much a n authoritative American source said Most if not all the 18 will join the users association We never expected al 18 would sign on the dotted In Tokyo Foreign Minister Ma moru Shigemitsu told newsmen Japan will not take part in the users plan unless and until it wins Egypts support A spokes man for the Japanese shipping industry applauded this state ment The spokesman was quoted by Kyodo news service as saying there was no reason for Japan to join since Egypt has assured Japanese ships safe and speedy Denison Man to Head Iowa Chapter REA DBS MOINES W Herbert Moeller Denison was elected president of the Iowa chapter of the Rural Electric Assn REA Henry County Sheriff Russell Van Tuyl said Stewart failed to complete a turn and that his car went over a steep embankment and hit a telephone pole The sheriff said the senator may have dozed at the wheel or become suddenly ill He was alone in the car Stewart served in the 1953 and 1955 sessions of the Legislature Stewart was a Republican can didate for reelection He oper ated a 705acre farm near Rose Hill and specialized in raising Sports Bulletin INDIANAPOLIS Blonde Joanne Gunderson of Seattle had hit only one green but was 3 up on Ann Casey Johns tone Mason City Jowa after five holes of their semifinal match in the USGA Womens National Amateur Golf Tournament Fri day Miss Gunderson was keep ing up the redhot putting which carried her to the semifinals while Mrs Johnstone was play ing erratically Adlai Attacks Speech Half Facts Are Cited SILVER SPRINGS Md Adlai Stevenson said to accomplish development power resources The truth said Kefauver of electricity has been produced under the Eisenhower partnership only half the facts and gave misleading implications in his Irst major address of the cam paign Wednesday Stevenson replied to the Presi dent in an address given at a in this suburban Washing on community The Democratic presidential nominee reiterated his viewchal enged by implication by Eisen hat the United States take the lead in halting hydro jen bomb tests and consider whether the draft may be ended n the foreseeable future Two Points Eisenhower said in a coastto coast radioTV address that 1 he draft cannot be abandoned under present world conditions and 2 ending Hb o m b tests would be a theatrical national Stevenson said the President sxpressed this countrys passion Eor peace in a manner be But he took issue with his op ponent not only on the draft and Hbomb questions but on Eisen howers whole contention that peace prospects s are relatively bright under the Republican ad ministration I think it Stev enson said that he chose again to state only half the Ominous Tensions The Democratic nominee dis puted Eisenhowers argument that Viet Nam has been saved from Communism that Formosa was written off by the Tru man administration And he said Eisenhower in his speech left out any reference to the ominou tensions which today mark Africa and the Middle He said Eisenhowers Hbomb remarks indicted churchmen and political leaders the world over including Pope Pius XII representatives of the Baptists Unitarian Quaker and Methodist Churches Commissioner Thomas Murray of the Atomic Energy Commission British Prime Min ister Sir Anthony Eden and many other sincere and thoughful poi sons in the United States and v abroad who have made similar workers battened down Friday for a long strike against Swift In a Montanawide radio speech Co and went into brass from Mlssoula Thursday night tacks negotiating talks with two Sen Estes Kefauver of Tennesother major meat packers see the Democratic vicepresi Some members of the dential nominee said Vice PresiUnited Packinghouse Workers dent Nixon came with a whopand the Amalgamated Meat Cut per Wednesday in claiming that ters and Butcher Workmen set the Eisenhowers administrations tied down to steady picketing at partnership policy was the best 39 Swift plants in 26 states from AP Wlreptioto Alter home of her uncle in Boone Crowd Into Field Days Grounds to Hear President ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES COLFAX President Eisen tiower Friday said his farm poli ies might seem crazy to some armers of the Middle West but ie felt sure that even his oppo nents realized that his proposals vere conceived in complete hon sty Eisenhower speaking before a National Field Days crowd esti mated at persons said he the plans of his Democratic op ponent Adlai E Stevenson to make a major farm campaign ad dress before a similar audience here Saturday Eisenhower said he intends to speak in Peoria next Tues day on some special that confront farmers and tell what he intends to do about them The Eisenhower talk was at vas not making a political speech Conservation a huge ented area in the center of con This was in sharp contrast to Chapin Farmer Is Plow Champ NEWTON Iff Norman Raisch Chapin won first place in the Iowa level land contest in one of the two state plowing matches at the National Field Days near here Friday He had a score of and took 45 min utes The contoor plowing match was conducted simultaneously withthe level land and results of the contour plowing were to be announced later The Iowa level land and con tour champions will take part in the national meet Saturday MAMIES BIRTHPLACE VISITED uci untie m wvue Friday morning Mamie Eisenhower accompanied the President stopped off to view a plaque in front ofvhouse denotingher birthplace At right is Mrs L A Doug lass of the D A the organization which erected the plaque APPEARS COMPLETELY AT HOME IN JOB lowans See Big Change in Ike By ROBERT HOGAN DBS MOINES citizens are convinced that Presi dent Eisenhower the 1956 candi date is a much different person than Gen Eisenhower the can didate they saw in 1952 in his first political campaign The Ike they saw in Iowa Thursday and Friday was a man who now appears completely at home in his job was relaxed af fable and happy In his1952 appearance from a platform OH the west side of the Iowa Capitol building Gen eral Eisenhower read a prepared speech He seemed somewhat ill at ease He had a pair of black heavyrimmed executive style glasses which he frequently put on and took off during his ad dress Sometimes he read from the manuscript without the glasses He clearly gave the impression of a man suddenly thrust into an It was a folksy visit one in which people could see him and ie could see people He hadnt ven planned to make a speech assignment with which he hadnt at Colfax When the plowing yet become accustomed match officials heard this a few But President Eisenhower in clays ago they threw up their Iowa this week was an entirely hands different candidate He was com pletely in control of the situation while at the same time he was happy and relaxed Early End to Swift Strike Said Unlikely CHICAGO I The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy Fri day with a few showers or thunderstorms Warm with southerly winds Friday night low 55lJO Cooler with north westerly winds Saturday and high 6872 Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night scattered showers and thunderstorms east half warm er low in 50s Partly cloudy Saturday cooler west turning cooler east gusty northwester ly winds Minnesota Cloudy windy warm er of coast to coast An early end to the strike was unlikely 1 GlobeGazette weather data up Union negotiators 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 60 Minimum Thursday night 44 At 8 a m Friday 51 that net one single kilowatthour met in Chicago with representa tives of Wilson and Co and John Morrell and Co in contract scs Three More Greek Cypriot Rebs Are Hanged by British isions that could decide whetherlyEAR AGO1 the Swift strike will spread intoi Maximum an industrywide walkout Minimum We are at the brass tacks stage with Wilson and a union spokesman said Weve been talking with them for some time and now were down to busi NICOSIA Syprus UP Three more Greek Cypriot rebels were hanged Friday as fellow prisoners shouted and sang to protest Brit ains rule over this Mediterranean island colony A general strike by the islands Greek Cypriot residents went into its second day PEKA a new na otvuim uay a new na at the annual convention Thurstionalist underground organization day Other officers named mcirculated leaflets saying the c m would continue three days Alfred Schmfllen Marcus vice m tribute to three more heroes president Allert Olson Osage reelected secretary treasurer Albert Lund Brooks and Robert c OI m Cejka Laurens district directors cosias central prison shortly be and H G Dokken Linn Grove fore 2 were Michael Koutsof jutlonal director tas Andreas Paaayides and Stel Fresh anti British violence flared Hanged behind the walls of Ni ios Mavrommatis Their deaths brought to eight the number of nationalist extremists hanged since Greek Cypriots 18 months ago began a campaign of violence to end British rule and join Cy prus to Greece Kotitsoftas and Panayides both 22 were convicted of the slaying of a Royal Air Force corporal Mavrommatis 23 was convicted of shooting at two RAF cyclists In the tense hours just before the hangings the nearly 400 other prisoners in the central prison raised a deafening clamor in their cells They shouted Long live and sang the Greek na tional anthem and hymns ness The unions represent about workers in seven of eight Wilson plants and approximately Morrell employes in 10 plants New talks were scheduled Mon day with Armour and where the unions bargain for workers in 37 plants Union officials said they were making the same demands on Wilson Morrell and Armour that we served up against Union members walked out of plants early Thursday to enforce shop a and other benefits demands for substantial a union pay hike 82 52 Nixon to Be in Iowa Saturday SIOUX CITY Ui Many Iowa Republican leaders will come here Saturday for the visit and campaign speech by Vice President Richard Nixon Nixon will arrive in Sioux City at by air from Minne apolis He will hold a news con ference at the ahport followed by a morning conference with Republican chiefs They will in clude Gov Leo Hoegh of Iowa Sen B B Hickenlooper and oth ers Nixons talk is scheduled for the Sioux City Auditorium at Living Costs Finally Stop UpwardTrend WASHINGTON UP The ost of living declined in Au gust for the first time in seven months the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday Factory workers take home pay rose to a new record high level during the month the bureau said The price index for August was using average 194749 prices as a comparison base of 100 The August figure was per cent below July which was Hes got to make a hey told liaison officials already icre The White House was con acted and the President agreed o make a few remarks But it wasnt a major farm hat will come in a few days from Illinois where he is to appear Security Checks Elaborate details and minute checking precede any presidential visit White House security men had been in Iowa two weeks ahead arranging plans for President Eisenhowers visit The noon luncheon served to the President and a group of 70 to 100 invited guests on the grounds at the national plowing contest was prepared by Lyle McNabb and Jack Calhoun Des Moines food caterers Both had to be cleared by security officials the highest in history A decline in fresh fruit and vegetables prices more than offset the rising prices of other foods and most goods and ser vices The with average factory worker wife and two children had takehome pay of per week in August His pay check could buy more goods and ser vices than in any previous Au gust the bureau said Bureau Director Ewan Clague told newsmen it is hard to esti mate how average prices are moving this month He said they might drop slightly hold at the present level or return to the peak level of July SAMfi ervation displays and equipment Eisenhower wearing a gray suit nd blue tie with red elephant igures spoke only briefly after ie got a rousing welcome from he crowd Spectators many in overalls ind work shirts formed a huge lorseshoe around the platform Tom which the President spoke Eisenhower said he had come to Fridays events to pay his re jects to the men and women who produce the food and fibers lor Lhe nation As soon as he finished speak ing the President presented awards to winners of state plow ing match events The presidential party then departed by motorcade for Des Moines Met Editors There in Iowas Capital City the President paraded through the downtown area and went to the airport for an informal talk to country editors and Iowa GOP jrecinct workers before departing 3y plane for Washington at 3 Before arriving at Field Days the President received the warm plaudits of thousands of lowans as he rode the 60 miles from Boone to Conservation As ie arrived with Mrs Eisenhower the President was standing in his opentopped ear and waving As soon as his cavalcade had come to a halt Eisenhower Mrs lisenhower Gov and Mrs Leo Hoegh and Sen started Hickenlooper through the crowd shaking hands and ex changing comments with the iowans It was a semiwarm day but he wind blew dusty gusts across he grounds as the President sareheaded and smiling became the center of a milling throng Eisenhower was to speak infor mally later here on farm topics and again at the Des Moines Air port before taking off for Wash ington at midafternoon Up Early Henry Steenhoek and Joe Cross owners of the land on which the sprawling Field Days layout had been set up said the President inquired about their crops but did not discuss politics in any way The President and Mrs Eisen tu uy uixtCMUii before they obtained the vh the nSht m ment Those persons who actually home Eisenhowers uncle M J T 1 cooked and prepared the food also underwent security scrutiny The luncheon which featured main courses of beef ham lamb chicken and halibut to keep all producers was partially cooked in Des Moines and trans ported to the plowing site in elec tric roasters Special power lines had been run into the dining area where the roasters were plugged in and the cooking of the meal completed to be served piping hot and aunt Mr and Mrs Joe Carl son in Boone were up early for a start on the drive to the field days scene The Presidents progress across this central porition of Iowa was marked by only one discordant note When his caravan turned off the main to enter the field days grounds two farmers in a nearby field displayed a series of Adlai Adlais Visit Stevenson the Demo cratic presidential candidate has almost as big a traveling press contingent with him as does Pres ident Eisenhower The former Illinois governor comes to Iowa from Washington D C Iowa Democratic head quarters was advised that 40 newspaper folks are traveling with Adlai Hy Raskin Steven sons assistant campaign man ager is in charge of the Midwest visits Press radio and TV folks trav eling with Eisenhower occupied 50 of the 78 rooms in the Hotel Hoist in Boone The first read The next was placed on top of a bale of hay from which a boot was protrud ing upside down It read Trap ped by Bensons A third sign read What promise Cheering Throngs Otherwise the Eisenhower car avan was greeted by cheering throngs including many school children all along its route At Ames students of Iowa State College turned out en masse many of them bearing signs One borne by a group of dormitory dwellers said Stev enson House likes Members of one college fra ternity carried golf clubs an their shoulders as they   

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