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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZ THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL ETTE Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 1956 Strong Attack byAdlai Raps Ikes Leadership By MARVIN ARROWSMITH KANSAS CITY Mo MfAdla E Stevenson scrapping hard right under Harry Truman nose accused President Eisen hower Wednesday night of con sistent rejection of the positive responsibility of With the former President smiling approval Stevenson tolc a cheering overflow audience in the music hall of Mu nicipal Auditorium There is only one question to be asked about the Eisenhower administration That is Whos in charge here anyway Who in this businessmans administra tion keeps the store Only last month at the Demo cratic National Convention Tru man fought to keep the presiden tial nomination from going to Stevenson Truman then called Stevenson a Sharp Criticism Wednesday night in the heart of Trumans Missouri stamping grounds the former President in troduced Stevenson as a man with the ability and experience required for the White House Then Truman sat and beamed as Stevenson ripped into the Ei senhower administration and fired sharp criticism at the Pres ident himself When Stevenson This Paper Consists of Four One f P thre6 show Mildred the worlds greatest woman athlete who died Thursday in thr o Gr Carff the photos show her as she appeared in 1934 fof a major golf victory in St Louis after a similar event in Milwaukee in 940 and as she appeared m Tampa Fla in 1956 Details on Sports Page 350 COMB SIOUX CITY AREA Tot Found After Search concluded men Truman told news It was an excellent speech right down the When a reporter suggested Stevenson gave em hell in something like the old Truman style the former Presidenl grinned and said of the Republi cans You dont have to give em just tell the truth on Stevenson Thursday carried his campaign across the Kansas Riv er to neighboring Kansas City for a speech at the Wyan dotte County Courthouse then flew on to St Louis for an ad dress Thursday night Strong President Wednesday night Stevenson spoke of Truman as a strong a man who rose with all the Missouri toughness that is in him to meet the greatest re sponsibility on He said that In Mr Trumans language the President of the United States should be a man who does not pass the He said Truman never did Stevenson got a laugh from the crowd when he said he and Tru man have sometimes dis Stevenson went on to say the Republican party has most often been the party which believed in a weak because after its Civil War period it fell pro gressively under the influence SIOUXCITY two yearold boy was found safely snuggled up among rows of corn near his home early Thursday oblivious of the 350 searchers combing the city for him Little Gregory Hypse was taken home to his mother Mrs Clarence Hypse needing noth being readied to fly here to aid in the search Authorities also had alerted airmen at the Sioux City Air Force Base for possi ble use For almost five hours all available policemen civil de fense workers volunteers boy scouts and a marine reserve Two volunteers Elaine Cov ington Sioux City and Richard Pointer Winnebago found the boy in the field about a block from home at Police had brought search lights into the hunt and blood hounds at LaCrosse were State Employe Reprimanded on Tax Count DES MOINES topsal aried state employe has been reprimanded by the Iowa Tax Commission and ordered to pay state income taxes for the past two years officials said Thurs day The employe was singled out it not n a m e d by State Rep toward Reppert DDes Moines ast Monday in an attack on Gov jeo A H o e g h Reppert said Hoegh had been told the employe vas tax dodging but the gov ernor refused to act on Commission Chairman Martin Lauterbach disclosed Thursday the employe was called in by the Tax Commission Lauterbach said he has paid part of the back taxes and has agreed to pay the balance promptly Earlier Hoegh said he would do something about it if Rep pert came to him with the accu sation Reppert said the employe has The alarm was spread throughout the city which has been kidnap conscious since the slayings of two kidnaped chil dren in the past three years A little more than a year ago Donna Sue Davis was snatched from her crib while her parents were in other parts of the and control of special drawing one of the top sal can find other championsjaries in the state office building lhan the He continj tied t No Personal Aspect I want to make it perfectly clear that when I speak of strong presidency I am not talk ing about the Presidents health or any personal aspect of the sit uation in Washington I am talking about the concep tion of the presidency that Eisen hower has announced publicly and followed in practice I am not attacking the President as the newspaper headlines say so often I am talking rather about what has semed to me to be his philosophical attitude toward the office and his consistent rejection of the positive responsibilities of rejection which be gan not last fail but in January Stevensons mention of last fall obviously was an allusion to Eisenhowers heart attack a year ago The Democratic nominees criticism drew a round of ap plause from the audience SAME OJack lltf means traifto death la fait 11 hours Nixon in First Major Speech on Integration LOUISVILLE Ky Vice President Nixon said Thursday 1 a w and judicial decisions alone will not solve the prob lems cf integration but educa tion and persuasion would bring the solution The extremists of both sides of this question do a irreparable harm to the great objective which all Americans of good will he said in a speech prepared for delivery at a University of Louis ville convocation In what was billed as his first speech on the subject of integration since he started his campaign our more than a week ago Nixon reiterated the views east side lined with corn and wheat fields and bordered by the FJoyd River The boys mother notified po lice after a baby sitter called her to report that the lad had disappeared while the sitter was listening to the radio All About flLJUUL The Weather Mason City Generally fair Thurs day night low mid 50s Partly cloudy and slightly cooler Fri day high in low 80s Iowa Generally fair Thursday night low mid 50s to low 60s President to Expand His Campaign Plans U N to Air Suez Partly north cloudy Friday cooler Minnesota Fair much cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 33 Minimum Wednesday night 53 At 8 a m Thursday 59 YEAR AGO Maximum 59 Minimum 54 2 Men in Plastic Balloon Set New Altitude Record MINNEAPOLIS UP A vet eran balloon pilot and a compara ive amateur Thursday sifted hrough a maze of scientific data obtained from their recordsetting climb nearly eight miles into pace in an opengondola balloon light We were really out of this he gave a news conference Wednesday in Houston Tex said Keith Lang when he anded Wednesday Lang who had been aloft only once before was backed up by the balloons pilot Harold Froelich a veteran oJ more than 20 flights none of which however exceeded feet Froelich a geo physicist re search scientist and Lang a proj ect engineer soared slightly more than feet in a giant Gen eral Mills skyhook bal loon in one of a series of tests for the U S Navy The balloon launched secretly from the University of Minnesota airport landed near Cresco Iowa 150 miles south of here after six hours and 15 minutes in the air The previous opengondola rec ord of feet was set by two Navy pilots last Aug 10 The en dosedgondola manned flight rec ord of 72 395 was set in 1935 by kota w f H V1SV ir MO OLlr Jt JOJ UY A major goal of the Eisenhower two Army men over South Da admimstration he said is the realization of the American dream of providing equal oppor tunity for all our citizens regard less of race creed or Nixon said America cannot af ford the cost of racial prejudice and discrimination morally eco nomically and internationally LUGOSI ESTATE LOS ANGELES weal thy actor Bela Lugosi who died Aug 16 at 74 left an estate worth Davenport Tot 5 Suffocates in Crib DAVENPORT Lou Sexton fivemonthold daughter of Mr and Mrs David Sexton Davenport apparently suffocated in her crib Wednesday Mrs Sexton said she found her daughter covered with a blanket Policemen and firemen failed in efforts to revive the little girl old girl was found the next day in a field in nearby Nebraska Jimmy Bremmer 8 disap peared the night of Aug 31 1954 while on his way home from a movie The boys body was found Oct 1 in a field in Plymouth County Negotiations With Swift Continuing CHICAGO be tween Swift Co and the firms strikers continued Thursday in the wake of new contract agree ments between unions and four other big packing houses Swift is the only firm in thc industry whose workers have walked out They left their jobs at 38 Swift plants a week ago de manding substantial wage in creases and a union shop The two major unions in the meat packing industry and three firms Wednesday announced they had reached agreements covering a total of workers Union leaders said Wednesdays settlements with Cudahy Packing John Morrell and Hy grade Food Products followed the same basic pattern as that in the agreement Tuesday with Armour Co The Armour contract cov ered workers in 37 plants Spokesmen for the unions Amalgamated Meat Cutters and11 thc dcbatc Wlthoul votlli Butcher Workmen and the Packj ges inghouse Workers said local problems and contract language will be worked out soon Negotiations with another major old boy died Wednesday after By MAX HARRELSON UNITED NATIONS N Y Thc U N Security Council ha voted to debate conflicting wcs ern and Egyptian charges on th Suez dispute following U S re fusal to go along with British French attempts to throw out th Arab complaint Differing from its other bi three partners the United State Wednesday night voted with si other countries including Russia to include the Egyptian complain on the council agenda Britain France Australia and Belgiun abstained The council debate on the Sue dispute will begin late next week probably Thursday or Friday World Peace The Egyptian complaint charge Britain and France with action hreatening world peace Th British French charge protest against Egyptian nationalizatio of the Suez Canal Co The United States joined in th council decision to debate th BritishFrench complaint first Yugoslav proposal to take up th two at once received only two a firmative votes Yugoslavia an Russia U S delegate Henry C a b o Lodge Jr explained his goven ment in voting to debate th charge only wanted to see tha all points of view were heard H said this did not imply in anj vay that the United States sup ported Egypts charges agains Britain and France No Secret French and British officials abroad privately have made no secret of their impatience with the U S attitude on the Suez which they consider much Icsi firm than their own They attrib ute the American position partly to a desire to avoid a Suez flare up before the U S presidential elections in November The Itnation council will come to grips with the main Suez is sues after the arrival of high ranking diplomats from Washing ton London Paris Cairo and other capitals Among those ex pected to take part in the debate are Secretary of Slate Dulles Lloyd Pineau Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawxi and Yugoslav Foreign Minister Koca Popovic The council also agreed Wed nesday to invite Egypt not a member oi the yroup to take part Now Its Titos Turn for a VACATION IN RUSSIA Ag rees to More Speeches BELGRADE Yugoslavia iff President Tito left Thursday wrfh Soviet Communist Party Boss Nikita Krhushchev for a sur prise visit to the Soviet Union I Tito was accompanied by his wife Vice President Aleksander Rankovic and Djuro Pucar chairman of the State of Bosnia i Hercegovina and a member of the Yugoslav Communist Party i Politburo Like Khrushchevs equally unexpected trip to Yugoslavia Titos latest visit to Russia was described as a vacation The ofI BY DOLfGLAS CORNELL ftciat Yugoslav news agency Tanjug said the party will spend WASHINGTON M President several days resting on the Black Sea Coast Eisenhower said Thursday he is Khrushchev arrived in Belgrade Sept 19 and got a private goins to make tvvo or three mora official welcome from which all outsiders were barred Officials major campaign speeches than insisted his visit was only a holiday but most observers believed he came to strengthen further rhe renewed ties the Soviets have been forging with Tito Uneasy Calm Cloaks IsraelJordan Border JllLlLSi Y JERUSALEM Wi An uneasy calm over the hav Jordan border Thursday after a brief new flarcup of gunfirein thisif0 him by good frie divided city ho found hirnsnlf A U N ceasefire appeal brought the short blaze of automaticlaboilt not weapons to an end Wednesday night with no casualties It came less than 24 hours after a bloody Israeli strike into Jordan kisenhowor said a set off a round of intensive talks Arab leaders i knows there is no heal An Israeli army spokesman said the gunfire continued imoiveud at lhe mo imttenlly for about an hour and was the work o snipers in hls camPaign Even now Eisenhower said ha had C0lmted on Eisenhower told a news confer ence however he is not going to I do any barnstorming and not go out whistlestopping He didnt say when or where the extra speeches beyond the five or six he originally con templated would be marie As for why he is stepping up his campaign pace Eisenhower said it is simply because so many have been made JttlU he found himself a little weak Health as far as alth ques moment in North Central Proposes New Air Routes WASHINGTON TOFour of Hi Midwestern air routes sought bj North Centra Airlines should be irofitable and subsidy free Vice President Frank N Buttomer told a Civil Aeronautics Board hearing Thursday He listed these routes as 1 Minot N to Omaha via L s in a r c k N Aberdeen Huron Mitchell and Sioux Falls and Sioux City Iowa 2 Huron to Chicago via Mitchell nd Sioux Falls Worlhington Al ert Lea and Austin Ma ori City Waterloo and Dubuque owa and Rockford with an Old Citv is not going to do onetenth much as people want him to do It was a wideranging news conference developing mostly around political questions and is sues in one form or another but with dashes of foreign affairs sprinkled in The first questioner noted that Eisenhower was stepping up his campaign activity beyond origi nal plans and inquired how many of Jerusalem shooting into thei Israeli sector He claimed there was no firing Irom the Israeli side truce observers reported that both Israeli and Jordanian forces immediately obeyed their call to halt Wednesday nights exchange in Jerusalem But Jor dan authorities hinted that large scale Arab counteraction might be in the making unless the N Security Council moves tomore sPeeche5 there might be stop such raids as the whether the President felt Wednesday overnight attack inhls henlth any limita Jrdans Husan area juon on the extent of his cam Counter Action I PaSi activities In New York Secretary to the second part Genera Dag Eisenhower said he knew of called in representatives of Jorjno lieilth question involved And Ian Israel and the Big Fourias for tnc first Part ne sad that powers for separate talks Heiprobajjv ne rfo a little mora aid he would ask the SecurityfcamPai8ninff than he had planned ouncil to net if thc situation is Under questioning the Presi iol brought rapidly under coiirfeilt also nad some sharp come roi jbacks to campaign statements by The attack at Husan six m51csms Democratic rival Adlai E routing from Masonjsouthwesl of Jerusalem and ity via Madison to inside Jordans border was Other Highlights officially described by Israeli an Highlights of the conference 3 Minneapolis to Ft Louis viajthorities as a warning against LEADERSHIP Eisenhower tochester Cedar Rapids owa the Quad Cities Burlington owa and Quincy 111 The Quad ities are Davenport Iowa and loline Rock Island and East Mo no III 4 Kansas City to Chicago via lobcrly Quincy Bur ngton Iowa and the ities North Central is one of four air nes seeking new routes in a re ign merit of local air service Arab aggression which the Is raelis said hnd killed 36 of their people in the last six months 38 Slain truce headquarters said that he would rather let as sociates over the years speak out on the question of his leadership He said one of the things he treas is a few paragraphs on that nounced that 38 Jordan soldicrssubJcct bv British Prime were killed and 9 were woundedtMinistcr Cniircnill who he said in the Husan strike An earlier jknows him better than some of BOY IS VICTIM i AUSTIN Minn ycari packer Wilson were ex pected to result in a similar con tract drinking cleaning fluid The boy nd v nyr T and Pahs Moycr VK1C Quad report said observers also his cruicsEisenhower was speak found the body of a U1 resPonse to an inquiry girl at the scene There was nojabuut a statement by Stevenson report from the men of Kinss ty Wednesday night casualties tiat Eisenhower had shown con linois Iowa Nebraska Wisconi Th latest outburst brought sisteiit rejection of the positive re n Minnesota and the consultations in Arab of he other carriers are Frontierjitals Syrias Premier Sabri As BROTHER MILTON Eisen zark and jsali said in Damascus a genera I hmver uns CVtM5 more emphatic in Buttomer told Dorothy FardonJconference of all Arab heads of commCUinS Stevensons con a Kansas City representative atistate was being considered titum that the administration the hearing that by combining routes North Central could Si King Jordans thc brother 1 old ruler received envoys ofMllun appeased the Peron re in Argentina oncPane service toother Arab nations at his Kansas City from Grand Forks and Minot N via Omaha from Minneapolis via DCS Moines and from Milwaukee via Omaha Fort Dodge Iowa is not in cluded on any North Central Eastwest route proposal but But loiner informed Donald Mitchell in Amman and declared he would On tho natter of loans to the defend every inch oC his Eisenhower told lory Nation in Midst of Worst Crime Waves WASHINGTON jmon with some heat not to come j to him with that He said it was under the Truman administration that 130 million dollars in loans to the Peron government were au Uhorized was in 1951 he Disaid and it wasnt it representing that city that Northrector J HnnU7 Central would provide service for Wednesrt nSt h h Uovornnunt it was a Democratic Fort Dodge if the CAS requested i h lucstca states m the midst ot one ot Eisenhower said his administra jthe worst crime waves in its histion has csinblished 160 miUioa Sioux Cpnfpr Ynnfh i L dollars in credit for the new Ar JMOUX Center TOUtn j Hoover said the number of government set up after Hit by AutO Dies iJVTJ LOmmiUed m thl wa ousted and has studied AP Wiropholo over car CAR WRECKED IN RAID Jordanians check the bulletriddled remains of a Jordan army scout in the Husan area after a reprisal raid by Israeli forces Wednesday The raid has stirred up a diplomatic hor nets nest and brought conflicting claims from both sides Wednesday night in front of the j the first year m which the mmeacnmes ami operations in rnotel his parents Mr and will reach the miliionjtina And he said his brother Peter Groen operate on new record way 72 here Authorities said the boys shoes were found along the edge of the highway and his bodv 10 Injuries Received in Fall Fatal to Dancer never acted except on the re quest of the State Department and through it voiced con jfidence that Egypt will see that feet avay He died at a hospital CHICAGO Bacon thelher own best interest for handUn7 here about 9 p two hours glamorous fan and bubble dancertho Sue Canal problem lies in after he was found BULLETIN of the early 1930s reportedly de pressed because she was unable get a dancing job died Wed in along with the views of the canal users He described as a black mark Egypts blockading WASHINGTON UP1 nescla niSht of injuries suffered of Israeli shipping WASHINGTON UP The m a from a h t windo Air Force has announced that its experimental supersonic rocket plane X2 crashed Thursday The announcement said the pilot was killed th Eisenhower saiddetails of op   

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