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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXtl L J Associated and United Press Fun Leasa Wlree Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1956 Friction on Road Program Goode Denies Any Threats AMES W Friction between State Rep Dewey Goode R Bloomfield and the State High way Commission over the farm tomarket road program in Davis County broke into the open at a commission meeting here Tues day The session produced these de velopments The commission ordered an in vestigation of what it termed probable irregularities in the Davis County 1955 farmtomar ket road construction program The commission also voted unanimously to instruct highway engineers to conduct an exhaus tive investigation of possible violations of farmtomarket road regulations in other counties Highway Commissioner Emery Loomis Waterloo asserted that Goode had attempted to black mail the commission to force ex pansion of secondary road build ing in the county Denies Threats Goode at his home in Bloom field denied he had made any threats but declared the commis sion is doing nothing about get ting the farmers out of the mud in his county R E Merreill the states sec ondary road engineer reported to the commission that on 14 projects Davis County had not followed the law requiring that projects of more than be advertised and contracts let at a public hearing Merrill said the county handled projects with day labor forces and in one instance added two miles to a road job without au thorization Commissioner Loomis said Highway Chairman Robert K Beck Centerville had reported that Goode threatened to blow the lid off by going to the news papers with things which might be embarrassing to the commis I am not going to sit idly Loomis said I dont want any threats or blackmail aimed at this commission for the purpose of forcing action If he has any information he should bring it be fore Money Piling Up Goode who has been protesting allocation of state farmtomar ket road funds for Davis County said he had nothing to do with the matters which the commis sion ordered investigated If they are trying to connect me with that they are 100 per cent he said Goode said there had been no farmtomarket road construction in his county for two years and the money is pilug up He added The highway commission wants to tear up existing roads that are already good and bring them a highertype surfacing If they freeze the farmto market systems to the place they were when the law was enacted well never get the farmers out of the mud Theyre ignoring the attorney generals opinion too Theres lots of money on hand and they wont let us spend it Ive been arguing with them all summer When the highway commis any other commission sets itself up as higher than the Legislature its time to look into This Paper Consists o Two Ona No 3d Three Killed in Transport Crash CHARLESTON C124 Globemaster crashed and burned Wednesday at the Charleston Air Force Base Three of the 10 men aboard were killed The others were taken to a naval hospital here with unde termined injuries The Air Force Base said the huge plane coming in from Ber muda landed short on an instru ment runway about The plane apparently burst into flame after it hit and was con sumed A light fog hung over the base at the time DRIVER DISCHARGED AMES W Leo J Martin 50 truck driver for the Iowa Highway Commission in Dubuque County was discharged Tuesday after the commission received a report from its maintenance engineer that Martin carried liquor in bis lunch kit and drank on the job POLE PREPARATIONS Dr Paul helps Eagle Scout Richard Chappell Eggertsville N try on a parka as they begin packing for this winters expedition to the South Pole Dr Siple famed Boy Scout of the 192830 Byrd expedition to Little America will be returning for the sixth time Richard 18 will be the first Scout to go to the Pole since Siples 1928 trip Dodgers 6 Yankees 3 DETAILS ON SPORTS PAGE Eisenhower Is Guest at First World Series Game Nixon in Reply to Adlai FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES Vice President Nixon says Ad lai Stephensons hydrogen bomb test stand is so fraught with ter rible peril for America that it requires a fully considered re Nixon winding up a 32state campaign tour says he will make that reply Wednesday night with a foreign policy speech at Philadelphia He billed the speech in advance as a reply to Stevensons most dangerous theme during the campagin The GOPs campaign work horse gave newsmen a preview of his final talk of the current voteseeking swing by saying he would prove that Stevenson is utterly ignorant of simple sci entific In a statement issued Tuesday night at Syracuse Nixon said the Democratic presidential nominee had suggested that we should discontinue hydrogen bomb tests if Soviet Russia signs a simple agreement to do like wise with no inspection providec Terrible Peril That suggestion Nixon said is so fraught with terrible peril for America that it requires a fully considered and at Philadelphia I shall make that In Nixon added we have an aspirant to the pres idency who is utterly ignorant of simple scientific truths of the Soviets history of broken prom ises and of the awful threat this presents to the safety of the free Nixon poked at Stevenson in his formal talk before the Syracuse Press Club Tuesday night accus ing the Democrats standard bearer of resorting to the flim flam game of covering up a weak ness by attacking the strength of his He said Stevenson topped the worlds record for demagog TTM uery when he attacked the Ei UNI1 ED NATIONS N Y Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri senhower administration on the Shepilov arriving Wednesday for the U N Security Council decost of living issue bate on the Suez Canal declared he is deeply convinced we shall be able to find a reasonable solution to the problems troubling us NEW YORK W President Eisenhower attended his first World Series game Wednesday and got a rising roaring wel come from thousands of base ball fans crammed into Brook lyns Ebbets Field Obviously enjoying his out ing immensely Eisenhower broke out his famed grin and waving hands But along the 15 mile route from LaGuardia Airport to the ball park where the New York Yankees and Brooklyn Dodgers tangled in the first game of the Series crowds were skimpy Of course the White House had advertised the Presidents flight to New York and the ball game as a nonpoliHcal affair But italso had advertised the route he was taking to and from the park In some places only knots of people were out In others none at all mainly along the Queens parkways They thick ened in Brooklyn Many of those who did turn out cheered Eisenhower wildly And he responded by standing up in the back of a special bubbletop car brought up from Washington to flash the grin get the arms going and yell back greetings himself At the ball field the Presl dent drove through the center field gate directly onto the green carpeted field and rode down the third base line to home plate The game started after Ike threw out the first ball It later was returned to him as a sou venir Shepilov Offers Optimistic Note FROM OUR WIRE SERVICE w LONDON UP Moscow Radio said Wednesday that Rus sia and Yugoslavia are get ing closer together in its first report on relations between the two nations since the Yugoslav president went to the Soviet Un ion last week The broadcast backed up di plomatic reports from Commu nist East Europe that Russia is attempting to win Titos sup port for its strong new pene tration of the Middle East It praised Yugoslav support of Egypts takeover of the Suez Canal The broadcast did not mention Tito nor the Soviet leaders by name but it quoted an editor ial in Pravda the official Com munist Party organ which said Recently the fear of unset tled and unclear questions in relations between the Yugoslav League of Communists and oth er fraternal Communists and workers parties has narrowed considerably and is continuing to shrink still At the same time coopera tion is growing in the broadcast added Fresh diplomatic dispatches received in London from Com munist East Europe said the Kremlin needs Titos support in the Middle East because Yugoslavia provides the Com munist blocs only direct out let on the Mediterranean Sea According to the latest ap praisal Russia has decided to hold and enlarge its foothold in the Middle East and has op ened a new cold front in the area But that foothold is still weak and pending to a great extent on Egypts continued cooperation with the Soviet Union This is where Tito is consid ered the key to Russias entry into the Middle East diplomatic sources said since Russia would like to move through Yugo slavia Russia apparently impatient and in a hurry was reported anxious to obtain clarification of the Yugoslav position before embarking on its Middle East campaign Diplomatic sources said Tito aJso plays a key role in Rus sias efforts to tie the other satellites of East Europe into a tight little package and that Titos cooperation may prove decisive for the success or fail ure of Moscows policy plans The Red Army has reportedly insisted on a belt of friendly reliable and not merely neutral nations between the Soviet and West Europe as a socalled glacis clear field for any military eventuality But this can be safeguarded in the Kremlins view and notably in the view of the emerging Stalintype including former Foreign Minister Vyacheslav M Molotov by firming up the ideological ties with the satellites Always Behind The Eisenhower administra GIRL ON A LEDGE Mary Jane Holland Staten Island N freshman stands on a window ledge of the familys thirdfloor apartment Wednesday as firemen stretch a net below The girl threatened to jump after receivinga scoldingfor re jturmnghome late from school wv fcv ct f uuiij uj tut inj L aitiiniHMlct The Soviet foreign minister said this could be achieved look the wageearner off the i at mn P s o n n J i j 11 i negotiations on a basis of equality and fairness and by means of a correct combination of the interests of Egypt as a sovereign state and the interests of all other states using the Shepilov and six other foreign ministers including Egypts Man moud Fawzi will take part in the council debate opening Friday is not a member of the 11nation council but was invited to participate as an interested Swimming Pool Issue Defeated at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS Voters here turned down a proposal to build a new swimming pool at a spe cial election Tuesday The vote was 377 for and 266 votes short of the required majority There were nine spoiled ballots The total vote was 652 A petition was brought before the council with 226 signers This exceeded the number of voters at the last election by 25 per cent thus requiring a special election party Shepilov arrived by plane from Stockholm It marked his first visit to the United States and his first session of the United Nations since he succeeded Vyacheslav M Molotov as foreign minister this summer The New York Times said in a Cairo dispatch that Egypt is re ported United ready States to oil propose that Truman treadmill on which no matter how fast he ran he al ways fell Nixon said ASante Fe Sen Estes Kefauver the handshaking Dem ocratic vice presidential candi date took a oneday vacation from campaign chores but in a speech Tuesday at the govern ments giant research center at Los Alamos Kefauver declared that other Rus outstripped the United States in nuclear power devel opment because President Eisen hower let the atomic energy pro gram get bogged down in parti san politics The United States the senator said has dropped to third be Attitude of Ike Attacked By ERNEST VACCARO WILKESBARRE Pa E Stevenson declared Wednesday that on some vital matters it has appeared that President Ei senhower has not known or has not cared what went on in his administration The Democratic presidential nominee cited congressional fail ure io enact legislation for the relief of areas of active unemploy ment distress He said this legis lation was knifed in the back by he Republican Stevenson let loose this criti ism 01 his Republican opponent n an address here It was one i series of 10 scheduled talks aimed at the capture of Penn sylvanias 32 electoral votes Stevenson charged that the ad ministration not only rejected a distressed areas bill by Sen Douglas DIU and Flood DPa but refused even to con sider the administration origiually proposed by the Presi dent Quotes Ike A week after Congress art ioiirned Stevenson continued tha President was asked at a news conference why the Republicans to back the legislation le quoted Eisenhower as reply ng You are telling me something low that I didnt know As a mat er of fact it is one piece of legis ation I was disappointed was not passed and I dont know the rea on lying behind Stevenson then Is it any wonder we ask whos in charge here Unfortunately this failure of eadership on the depressed areas bill is not unique in other vital matters as well it has appeared that the President has not known or has not cared what was going The Democratic presidential i nominee sought to tag Eisenhow er with political looseness in recent speeches and compared i Eisenhowers campaigning with a practice he said previously was identified with Vice President J Nixon Ugly Words Saying Nixon talks about his PULLED 10 SAfrETA Kickingand squirming Mary Jane is pulled to safety by saying Nixon talks about his policemen who grabbed her irom the inside of the apartment At left she tries to opponents m term of appease resist at right she disappears through the first She was held for and communism and observation at a hospital ugly words like that Stevenson told a crowd at Morristown Tuesday do hope the vice presidential taste for extreme and loose Ian jguage is not becoming conta I Eisenhowers description ot that only Democrats care NEW Sehisi about the working man as wick Salary concerns take over supervision of Suez Canal development The Times said the reported decision was aimed at strengthen ing Egypts assurances that canal navigation would be free and maintenance would be kept at a jowans Death Brings Charge of Murder QUINCY HI Quincy man Tuesday was charged with murder in the death of Danny Thompson Keokuk Iowa who was found beaten in an alley here Monday Milton Bucky Batcheld er was charged after an autopsy showed that Thompson died of in ternal hemorrhaging in the head possibly from a blow Authorities said Thompson and Batchelder had fought in a tavern after Thompson claimed Batch elder owed him and shipping hind Britain and Russia in the struggle for power while Chair man Lewis L Strauss of the Atomic Energy Commission busied himself injecting the AEC into politics through the notorious DixonYates top level The Western diplomats had feared Soviet obstructionism in the Security Council from the be ginning and were reported al ready seeking to set up machin ery to negotiate a solution to the crisis outside the council cham ber Western sources freely predict ed Shipilov would veto any coun action against Egypt and feared he might use the meeting as a propaganda soundboard to further Soviet aims in the Middle East and win friendship with the Arab states CarBicycle Crash Fatal to Boy 9 DBS MOINES UP Michael Murphy 9 was injured fatally Tuesday evening when he was hit by a car as he rode his bicycle home from a Cub Scout meeting Police said his bicycle collided with a car driven by Clifford C Musselman 21 when he rode out of a school entrance GLORIFIES ULCER CHICAGO UP An ulcer should be regarded as the badge of success Dr Heinrich said in a speech Tuesday Soft Coal Miners Get a Day Boost CINCINNATI Ohio The United Mine Workers Wednesday announced a new package wage agreement totaling a day for some soft coal miners UMW Vice President Thomas Kennedy w h o presented the agreement to the UMW conven tion here said it was the great est agreement the union has ever Kennedy said the agreement provides for a twostep wage in crease of a day or 30 cents an hour It becomes effective next April 1 The agreement was secretly ne gotiated in the last few weeks by United Mine Workers President John L Lewis and top officials of the Bituminous Coal Operators Assn About New Hampton Boy Suffocates in Back Seat of Car The Weather Mason City Fair through Thurs day Cool Wednesday night low 4246 Cooler Thursday WEW Sehisabout the working man as wick 7074 se I7New Hampton apparenticd nonsense and drew the angry ly suffocated Tuesday in the backdeclaration by Stevenson that to Iowa Fair and cooler Werlnesseat of his car authorities an opponent as wicked day night and Thursday Low Sheriffs officers said Sehisscljwent beyond the bounds of nor BULLETIN JACKSON Mich A new building under construction collapsed Wednesday un confirmed reports were that 10 persons were killed and at least 20 injured Wednesday 4048 Fiveday Iowa Thursday through next Monday will average slightly below nor mal northeast to slightly above normal southwest Normal highs 67 north to 72 south Nor mal lows 43 north to 47 south Daily fluctuations in tempera ture will continue Little if any rain is expected in west portion bccame ill while workin in campaign discussion ibean factory and went outside toj The Democratic nominee seek lie clown in his car He was foundling to press the issue bought 15 dead later with his head wedged i minutes of TV time from the under the back seat jColumbia Broadcasting System to Chickasaw County Coroner at 9 Paul C Richmond said he evi dently had suffered a convulsion in the car He was bora Sept 5 1939 at Waucoma Pittsburgh studio to speeches by Eisenhower at Lexington and Cleveland Ohio He said the TV talk would be a reply to Eisenhowers challenge f VJ I Funeral services will be at party has done more to but possible light showers east a m Saturday in St MarvVhelp the people meet their every nortlon nrma nnotonth i onefourth of an inch of rain fall Minnesota Clear much cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum 77 Minimum 43 At 8 a m Wednesday 58 YEAR AGO Maximum 70 Minimum 57 Church with the Rev J J Oling er pastor officiating The Larkin Funeral Chapel will be in charge Burial will be in St Marys Cemetery Survivors include his mother Mrs Bert Schissel two brothers Tony at home and Willis Du buque six sisters Mrs Robert Kriiegcr New Hampton Marie and Kathleen at home Mrs Charles Kipp Waterloo Mrs Keith OConnell Carpenter and Mrs Richard Weilacker Los An geles Calif day problems SAME DATE195S44I Black Us 24   

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