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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI1 Associated Press and United Press Full Seven Cents a Copy WASONCITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 5 1956 Crucial Deb Two Term Limitation May Be Unwise Ike This Paper Consists ol Two No President Meets With Reporters FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTONPresident Ei senhower said Friday he does not regard as entirely wise the con stitutional amendment that bars a third presidential term Eisenhower making no attempt to apply his remarks to his own case said he believes that by and large the people should be able to choose as president anybody they want regardless of the num ber of terms He told a news conference that there have been objections that this might concentrate power in one individual But he said he has the utmost confidence in the long range judgment of the American people Most of his meeting with re porters was devoted as can be expected these days to politics There were a few questions on domestic and foreign policy sprinkled in Likes Campaigning Eisenhower under questioning said he likes he likes to get out and see the people instead of just getting re ports And he said he is on the road of truth and on the high road or low road This was an obvious jab at Democratic opponents who have been accusing the GOP of taking the low road at times during the 1956 political campaign Eisenhower also batted back at the Democratic presidential nom inee Adlai E Stevenson on the civil vights issue He said that in the armed forces his administration ended segregation by taking the bull by the horns He did concede that the Democrats had done some thing in that direction But he also said that there had been talk about the problem for all the 45 years he was in service Other highlights of the Presi dents news conference MALES UNDER 25 TO PAY HIGHER CAR RISK RATES SAN FRANCISCO Be cause of their bad driving records males less than 25 are going to have to pay higher rates on automobile insurance an insurance ex ecutive says Despite all the publicity that has been directed to the bad driving records of these youthful operators there has been no improvement in their accident Wil liam Leslie general man a g e r of the National Bu reau of Casualty Under writers said Thursday As a result he said their rates will have to be in creased He didnt specify by how much or when Six Nations Named to Run Canal Assn LONDON nations were named Friday to Suez Canal Users 1 He said on the eve of the United Nations Security Council debate on the Suez Canal that he still is convinced a peaceful settle ment of the crisis is possible 2 He said it would be foolish for this country to announce a halt in Hbomb testing until interna tional controls are agreed on Left Far Behind The Russians Eisenhower said make no prior announcement of their tests and if this country abandoned its testing program the United States could be left far behind in the nuclear race 3 Eisenhower stated his reelec tion campaign isnt being con ducted quite the way he originally hoped That he said is because he has found it necessary to clear away what he called the under brush of opposition misstatements and get the facts before the peo ple 4 He said Vice President Rich ard M Nixon reported that his re cent 32state campaign trip was most encouraging The President said Nixon told him he encoun tered the largest and most enthu siastic crowds of his political ca reer and found the American peo pie quite happy He said Nixon did not ask him to step up his campaigning The vice president told him to just go on doing what he has been doing the President said 5 Asked whether he thought the minimum wage should be raised again Eisenhower said he first wanted it extended to cover people who havent got it now He said whenever the minimum is raised it becomes harder for the man who is not covered to get coverage because the difference between his wage and the mini mum is getting greater all the time run the new Assn SCUA and chart ways for a peaceful settlement of the Suez crisis with Egypt The nations were the United States Britain France Italy Norway and Iran A seventh nation will be ap pointed to the associations execu tive committee when the full membership of made up of 15 completed This was announced in a com munique following the windup of the associations inaugural ses sion Likely to Join Three Japan and the con ference which opened Monday as observers because they had not yet decided whether to join The communique said election of the seventh member of the execu tive committee will take place when these countries make up their minds They are believed likely to join in the future Ethi opia has been mentioned as the seventh executive committee member The executive committee which will hold its first meeting in Lon don next week will tackle three immediate jobs according to the communique The choice of an administrator expected to be either a Scandina vian or a Dutchman Financial matters including a preliminary and permanent budg et Final Settlement 10 DIE IN CRASH VIRDEN Man per sons were killed and one serious ly injured late Thursday when two cars collided on the Trans Canada highway hear here A program of operations in line with the associations stated pur pose to seek daytoday arrange ments with Egypt on the running of Suez pending a final settle ment These tasks were to have been handled by the full 15nation coun cil Its failure to do so this week appeared to suggest that some difficulties have arisen to delay final agreement Members of the association in addition to the nations on the ex ecutive are Australia New Zea land West Germany The Nether lands Portugal Sweden Den mark Turkey and Spain The 18 nations were those which proposed at the first London Suez conference in August to place the canal under international control They represent some 90 per cent of the shipping through the water way Pleasant Weather Likely to Continue DES MOINES MVThere is no indication of any break in Iowas dry weather before next Wednes day the Weather Bureau said Friday The forecast for the next five days said temperatures would average near normal and no rain of consequence is ex pected New Safety Group Is Organized DES MOINES new state action group has been set up in Iowa to promote safety wherever there is need for the high ways on farms in industria plants and in homes The step was taken Thursday with the formation of a new Iowa Safety Council following a day long meeting here attended by some 70 persons Sponsors of a movement for broad program of accident and fire prevention won out over ad vocates of a group devoted pri marily to traffic safety The meeting was called by the Iowa Lay Committee on Traffic Safety to convert that agency into an action group The lay commit tee was formed to take over high way safety promotion after the old Iowa Safety Council folded up in 1954 Votes to Disband When the meeting was over the ay committee had voted to dis band and become a more diversi fied group Separate organizations devoted o farm safety industrial safety and fire prevention will be asked o join in the work of the new Iowa Safety Council The council named a board of 22 members which was authorized to increase its membership to not more than 27 persons An organi zational meeting of the council to elect officers will be held in Des Moines Oct 29 Those favoring an allinclusive safety program were Elmer E Swenson secretary of he Sioux City Safety Council W Earl Hall Mason City newspaper editor State Safety Commissioner Clinton Moyer and former State Sen John Hattery Nevada first chief of the Iowa Highway Patrol Swenson proposed that the new irganization employ a fulltime ixecutive vice president or gen ral manager But the meeting decided to leave that matter for tudy by the board of directors vhen it draws up bylaws Named to Board Those named to the board are Three year terms Joe Weir ioux City Floyd Link Daven iort publicity director for the Hotor Club of Iowa and recent of the lay traffic safety ommittee Edward S Adams Des Moines Prof Bert Woodcock Cedar Falls Ray Stephens Des Moines Arlo Myer Burlington Mrs Violet Lundquist Anthon Two year terms Mrs Helen Swenty Davenport Bryan Con nell Jack Christie and Q E Thornburg Des Moines Mason Ladd Iowa City Holloway Dubuque Dean H C One year Earl Hall Mason City John Hattery Ne vada L E Crowley Sterling Alexander and Irvin Wildman Des Moines Norval Wardle Ames Richard Holcomb Iowa City Harry Mauck Council Bluffs Hattery was named temporary president to preside over the Oct 29 meeting Suez Opens KIDNAPED BABY RECOVERED Gladys Bynum 24 Chicago walks with de tective left after she was found at her home Friday with RonaldBucher a month T ib night 1 wanted a babv so Z h I just took one she said At right the baby is reunited with his mother Lois er while two unidentified neighbor children look on Mrs Bynum befriencled1 Mrs Bucher at a grocery store and later took the tot during a visit a he Bucner home Harlem Greeting Cheers Adlai Ike Expands Tour NEW YORK W5AdIai Steven son was buoyed Friday by a cheering reception from Negroes n civil rightsconscious Harlem The Democratic presidential nominees supporters regarded Harlem as something of a weath ervane as to how he might fare Chief Joe Smith Candidate Adlai Sees Series Game NEW YORK Adlai E Ste venson barnstormed New York City again Friday sweeping in a motorcade through the crowded city streets address ing a Brooklyn rally and attend ing the second World Series game At Ebbets Field Stevenson was crowned with two baseball caps one for the New York Yankees and one for the Brook lyn Dodgers The Dodger cap was on top When some Indians put a bright headdress on him Ste venson said he did not know what name he was being given but he wouldnt mind being called Chief As a matter of fact the In in other populous Negro centers in Northern states with large elec toral votes An outdoor crowd estimated by police at applauded his con tention that Negroes had made their greatest gains with a Demo crat in the White House They applauded also when he accused Republicans of a braz en attempt to seize credit for The outdoor progress in civil rally Thursday night was open to all comers friends or foes of the Democratic ticket were unfriendly they were silent Reporters covering the e v e n 1 heard no boos or jeers or any un friendly remarks Loudest applause came when Stevenson reiterated previous as iertions that I support this de ision of the Supreme Court rul ing segregation in public schools unlawful He quoted President Eisenhow er as having said of the decision I think it makes no difference whether or not I endorse At another point Stevenson said Eisenhower has been pro 5Point Proposal Offered Soviet Veto Is Certain UNITED NATIONS N Y Britain and France formally called on the United Nations Se curity Council Friday to endorse he London plan for international operation of the Suez Canal and to recommend that Egypt negoti ate on this basis The proposal was laid before the 11nation council by British Foreign Secretary Sehvyn Lloyd A British spokesman said it had the complete support of Sec retary of State Dulles The plan already rejected bj Egyptian President Nasser ap peared headed for an almost cer lain Soviet veto The Russians have indicated they would back HELD FOR MURDER P Egypt in sidetracking any proi t rmpmm n 7 posals objected to by Cairo tucia 12 as escorted Five Points The fivepoint resolution called out of the courtroom at Oak land Friday after she admitted attacking and killing on the council to j her aunt Mrs Guy Evince svith 1 Reaffirm the principle ofi an ax The only reason the girl freedom of navigation in accord1 could give for the incident was ance with the Suez Caual Conven tion of 1888 2 Affirm the necessity for safe Butif any of hose attendinglsented with an opportunity for Prpnt IpnrlprsVnn in thic Loan to Luther Is Approved WASHINGTON Of A loan to Luther College at Deco rah Iowa to build a dormitory addition for 172 women students was approved Thursday by the Community Facilities Administra tion DRIVER INDICTED SPIRIT LAKE D Montgomery 26 Spencer was indicted by a Dickinson County jury Thursday on a man dians told reporters they were slaughter charge growing out of naming Stevenson Chief Joe ithe traffic loath Sunday of Noel iMaore 14 Terril Loveless Criticizes GOP Drought Talks LAKE VIEW UP Herschel Loveless charged Thursday night a drought conference of Republi can governors called by Gov Leo A Hoegh several months ago was more interested in publicity than the drought Loveless Democratic opponent of Hoegh in the Nov 6 election said the conference was actually a publicity picnic where the Midwest governors only talked about the farmers plight He cri ticized Hoegh for not inviting Minnesota Gov Orville Freeman a Democrat to the meeting STICKUP OELWEIN UP A bandit carrying a pistol held up the Risk grocery Thursday night and escaped with an estimated plus several checks police said LOOK AT THAT Adlai Stevenson looks sympa thetic as Loraine Hartman 6 Elkins W displays a missing tooth to the Democratic presidential nominee Loraine presented a pavel to Stevenson before his speech there Thursday At center is Loraines sister Delaine great national leadership in this field and had been virtually si Stevenson said Eisenhower last Monday credited Republicans with ending segregation in the Armed Forces but that an execu tive order issued by President Truman in 1948 sounded the death knoll of such segregation Stevenson said the order was issued despite testimony by Ei senhower then chief oE staff be fore a congressional committee that complete desegregation in the Armed Forces would get us into f said Stovcnson mind the Presidents trying to make off in broad daylight with the Democratic al ways returns it right after elec tion day he better stop trying to run on the Demo cratic Eisenhower meanwhile is con sidering some expanded politick ing next week during a quick stab at votes in the Pittsburgh area This fits into a pattern of a gradually enlarged personal par ticipation by Eisenhower in the battle to keep him in the White House Last week he disclosed that he was stepping up his cam paign activity by billing at least two or three more m a j o ri speeches White House press secretary James C Ilagerty announced that Eisenhower may stretch out his visit to the Pittsburgh area next Tuesday and will add an other day to his trip that will take Eisenhower to Minneapolis and St Paul Seattle and Ta coma and Portland Ore starting Oct 16 guarding the rights and guaran tees which all the users o the canal enjoyed under the system upon which the convention was that is to say the op eration of the canal by an agency having international character 3 Approve the action of the 18 countries at the first London con ference in August in putting for ward the proposals for interna tional controls 4 Recommend to the Egyptian government to negotiate on the basis of these proposals that her aunt had questioned her about losing S3 in allowance money l must be the girl was quoted as saying Payment of Printing Bill fs Authorized DES MOINES State Printing1 Board Friday approved payment of a printing bill which the Iowa Highway Com 5 Recommend to Egypt in thej mission incurred without author meahtime to cooperate with thelzation Suez Canal Users Assn agreed Board Chairman Chet B Akers on at the second London conferi the state auditor said the com ence Lloyd accused Egypt of failure to resolve the Suez dispute by ne gotiations and of creating mis trust and uncertainty about the future of the canal But Lloyds speech was in conciliatory terms He did not call on the council for any censure of President Nas ser Decisive Influence He expressed hope the councils decision might have a decisive in fluence on Egypts future atti tude The situation which we are asking the council to Lloyd said is indeed a grave one that threatens the very life and strength of countless nations an This is not just a quarrel between011 thc mission made a natural mis take in failing to have the print ing job authorized before it was done There is nothing wrong with Akers said The bill was for printing1 a Progress on Iowa report All state printing con tracts are supposed to be ap proved by the State Printing Board before they are let This one was not approved and Secretary of State Melvin Syn horst questioned when the report was released earlier this year whether the board could legally approve the payment Ally Gen Dayton Countryman a board member gave the board Egypt and a group of countries approved it informal opinion question before the VM i who own ships that ply through Democrats have criticized the commission for publishing the report They have claimed it was the Suez The British foreign Egypts seizure of the canal and the reasons given by Nasserl for the action were most disturb TRAWLER SINKS Netherlands A of his government Uay night in rough seas about Lloyd conferred with Secretary of State Dulles and Christian Pi neau French foreign minister Sir George Young British spokosi man said they reached complete I HG VYGQinCl agreement at this session Dulles had flown here from Washington Mason city Fair and warmer earlier in the day Friday night low 4550 and partly cloudy and cooler Satur day high 7075 lovta Fair Friday night warmer except extreme northwest Partly cloudy Saturday turning cooler northwest and warmer extreme southeast Low Friday made it unanimous night 4550 north 5056 south South Coal Group OKs New Contract i WASHINGTON UP Thej Southern Coal Producers SAME nft tralfto death 24 houri 1 agreed to a a day package Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will pay boost accepted Thursday by Northern Producers Association Secretary Walter Thurmond said the new contract would boost Southern Operators costs by about 56 cents a ton Burns Are Fatal to Aged Postville Man POSTV1LLE Clif ford an 81yearold invalid died Thursday of burns suffered Wed nesday night when he apparently fell asleep while smoking a pipe touching off a fire ia the news papers at his feet average near normal Saturday through next Wednesday Nor mal highs 66 north to 70 south Normal iosvs 42 north to 48 south Turning cooler Saturday Becoming warmer Tuesday and Wednesday Continued dry with no rain of consequence ex pected during the period Minnesota Showers colder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 69 Minimum Thursday night 39 At 8 Friday 43 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum M 61   

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