Tuesday, October 9, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 9, 1956, Mason City, Iowa EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NI I G H B 0 R S E X GIVE VOL Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1954 Thin Paper Consists of Two No 311 U S Reaffirms Support of Suez Plan Health Program Outlined Stevenson in New Proposal CHICAGO E Steven son Monday night proposed j fourpoint national health pro gram calling for federal aid to guarantee hospital and medica care to all Americans The Democratic presidentia nominees proposals embraced federal loans and grants to un derwrite full medical and health care through private plans re gardless of ability to pay Stevenson emphasized that ad ministration of the program should rest with the He declared his opposition to so cialized Stevenson made public goals in a statement of about 500 words issued from his farm home at nearby Libertyville Voluntary Basis Stevenson made a sharp distinc tion between socialized medi cine and a program to make comprehensive private health insurance available on a volun tary basis to all Americans so that no American will be de nied good medical care for fi nancial reasons As President he said he would urge Congress to consider vari ous proposals He added It is clear that some form of federal aid will be required to achieve this goal This might take the form of longterm in terestbearing loans as posed by Sen Hubert Humphrey DMinn to cooperative labor and other groups getting started on group health insurance pro Some of the federal aid he con tinued might take the form of matching grants to the states to pay part of the costs of voluntary health insurance for low income families and Stevenson said Historic Principle The principle which should guide us in developing this pro gram is I believe the historic principle embedded in our medi cal practice and our humanitari an philosophy of government that those who can pay their own way should that those who can paya major part should pay that part and that those who can pay little or nothing should pay what they can and should be assisted with the Stevenson emphasized there should be no restriction on the in dividuals freedom to choose his own doctor The other three major goals he outlined were 1 We must make sure that medical research which under lies all medical progress is not held back by lack of funds 2 We must train enough doc tors dentists specialists nurses and other medical personnel so that all genuine needs for medical care can be met Institutional Care 3 We must build enough hos pitals and other facilities that all genuine needs for institutional care can be Stevensons health statement was the third of a series of what he calls major affirmations which he says will guide him in the White House He said the nations estimated 30 billion dollars a year loss from illness is roughly equivalent to the total individual income tax revenue of the federal govern ment Stevenson called for stepped up federal spending to give the coun try more researchers better labo ratories and community health clinics Carrier Enterprise to Be Sold for Scrap WASHINGTON UP The famed old aircraft carrier Enter prise veteran of 20 World War II battles in the Pacific was put up for sale as scrap Monday The Navy decided that the 20year old ship now mothballed near Bayonne is not worth re pairing or modernizing to handle present aircraft and guns IM READY Lynn is only 2 and doesnt care a bit about the Mason City Community Chest She just wants to go home and got her coat and bonnet on all by herself backwards but on Hermother Mrs Van Dulmg is learning the details in the nursery at the YWCA after kickoff meeting for the womens division upstairs See stories on Pages Turnabout Red Refugee AmericanBorn Daughter Reach Embassy in London LONDON UP Turnabout Russian refugee Alexis Chwastov and his Americanborn daughter Tanya 2Vi arrived here Tues day from the United States and were whisked off to the Soviet embassy for The 58yearold Russian who fled to the United States five years ago for peace and security was escorted to London by two Soviet bodyguards who met him and Tanya at Southampton when they arrived aboard the Queen Mary American sources have reported Chwastov returning against his will in fear that something would happen to his 92yearold mother in Russia if he refused Soviet blandishments to return home with his daughter an American citizen He and Tanya had hidden aboard the Queen Mary in New York harbor when immigra tion authorities tried to find the pair in response to a tearful plea from Tanyas mother who was left behind Two Escorts Tuesday they arrived at Lon dons grimy Waterloo Station by boattrain and the two Soviet em bassy officials escorted them through crowds of newsmen pho tographers and American tourists to a taxistand where they jumped in a cab and ordered Soviet em There was no sign of any embassy officials or British im migration officers at Waterloo Station The Chwastovs were ad mitted without trouble at South ampton Their papers are in order and we have no further interest in a British immigration of ficial said Sailed Och 3 Chwastov sailed with Tanya on TANYA 2 Young Women Killed in Crash North of Keokuk KEOKUK UP A fiery onecar rash took the lives of two young vomen here early Tuesday The dead were identified as Dorothy Waller 30 Keokuk and tfary Nell Kay 24 Montrose Mrs Waller was killed outright n the crash Mrs Kay died short y after arrival at St Josephs Hospital here Also injured in the crash was 3P3 Hurley Ayer 25 Mount Ster ing who was home on leave from Ft Belvoir Va His condition was eported as fair Authorities said the car was Oct 3 leaving behind Tanyas mother Elena It was the mother who protested to the Immi gration Service when she learned of her husbands plan to return to Russia and take Tanya with him Immigration officials boarded the big liner in New York but were unable to find a trace of the father and daughter so well were they hidden by other Russians members of various Soviet con sulates who were traveling with them going north on Highway 6113G vhen it went out of control on a teep grade and hit a telephone pole The car caught fire but the occupants were removed before the flames reached them Mrs Kays husband is in the service and stationed in Ger many Aged Cedar Rapids Man Is Fire Victim CEDAR RAPIDS W Wencil Wolrab 88 suffocated in a fire at his home here Monday night His body was found in the base merit when firemen arrived to fightthe blaze in the home Fire men said Wolrab had been sleep ing in the basement Dulles Cites Need of Guarantees U N to Launch Debate N Y 000 000 000 00 7 0 Bums 000 000 000 1140 DETAILS ON SPORTS PAGE President in Major Address WASHINGTON President Eisenhower flew to Pittsburgh Tuesday for a major address de scribed in advance as dealing with campaign mistakes by the Democrats The speech will and televised nationally NBC from Pittsburghs Hunt Armory beginning at 1 CST and lasting half an hour Mrs Eisenhower who has a cold did not accompany the President General Topic Press secretary James C Hag gerty was asked at his news con ference Monday what Eisenhow ers Pittsburgh topic would be I would he replied that the President will take up some of the mistakes that have been made in this By which side a questioner broke in setting off guffaws the opposition and an swer them Hagerty concluded Asked whether Eisenhower would take the high road or the low Hagerty adopted much words Eisen hower had used in this connec tion at his own news conference last week Road of Truth Hagerty said Eisenhower would take the road of Eisenhower spent much of the day working on the speech and made no appointments for Tues day Meanwhile Vice President Richard M Nixon launched a new 14state flying campaign tour Tuesday Nixon who wound up one 000mile tour last week headed from Washington on another 000mile stumping circuit lasting 11 days His first target was Texas where he slated afternoon and night rallies in Fort Worth San Antonio and El Paso Texas gave its 24 electoral votes to the EisenhowerNixon ticket in 1952 and the GOP is fighting for a re peat performance The vice presidents second tour includes 11 states he hit on his first strenuous trip plus three new Rhode Is land and Delaware He also will vfsit California Nevada Colo rado Michigan Minnesota Ohio Indiana New York Maryland and Connecticut All 14 states on the tour went Republican in 1952 Alaska Voters Will Choose 2 Senators JUNEAU Alaska UP Alaskans went to the polls Tues day to elect two unofficial senators and one representa tive to bolster the territorys bid for statehood The plan to send a congres sional delegation to Washing ton to thump for statehood is similar to a device used by Ten nessee just prior to its admis sion as a state it was adopted by Alaskas constitutional convention last winter and approved by a 32 margin at the primary election in April Also at stake are seats in the territorial Legislature and three top territorial offices but it was the AlaskaTennessee plan that was the center of campaign in terest For the sixyear Senate term Democrats nominated former Gov Ernest Gruening of Eagle Hiver to oppose Republican John Butrovich of Fairbanks Robert Atwood Anchorage newspaper publisher is the GOP candidate for the four year Senate term He was opposed by William Egan Val dez a veteran legislator and president of the constitutional convention For the unofficial seat in the House of Representatives Alaskans had a choice between Democrat Ralph Rivers Fair banks and Republican Charles Burdick Juneau About The Weather Mason City Generally fair through Wednesday Cooler Tuesday night low 2326 with hard freeze likely Continued cool Wednesday high mid 50s IOWA Generally fair through Wednesday Colder southeast Tuesday night with frost or freezing temperatures Contin ued cool Wednesday a little warmer extreme northwest Low Tuesday night 2337 north east 2732 southwest Minnesota Fair and GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday Minimum Monday night At 8 Tuesday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 63 22 38 67 5t WANTS BACK SUPPORT FROM LARSEN Vivian Larsen estranged wife of Yankee pitcher Don Larsen who Monday threw a perfect game in beating the Dodgers 20 has been granted a show cause action against the World Series hero for failure to pay support money With her is their 14monthsold daugh ter Carolyn Jean Court hearing on the matter is scheduled next week Details on Sports BANK PROBE CONTINUES Hodge in Refurn to Witness Stand FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES CHICAGO Former State Auditor Orville Hodge told Tuesday yiouicms can oe resoivea how he dipped into the state treasury and spent huge sums on a If that Principle is repudiated III YTI lint nl a fa vm o i t fl Pll tfr H if UNITED NATIONS N Secretary of State Dulles said Tuesday there is little chance of settling the Suez problem so long as it is possible for any nation to use the vital waterway as an instrument of its national policy Dulles told the Security Council that this is the heart of the problem and that the first step should be an acceptance by all parties of the principle that a system should be set up to ensure against any such action He did not flatly reject a pro posal made by Egypt Monday for the establishment of a nego tiating body to work out a system of cooperation for the operation of the canal He called the Egyp tian move but he indicated that this did not go far enough Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov quickly made it clear he would not accept Dulles state ment that the canal must be in sulated from politics of any one country Backs West Proposal Dulles stood firmly behind a BritishFrench proposal which called for negotiations on the basis of the London proposals for international control of the canal He said he would vote for the BritishFrench plan On the basic principle of antees against use of tire canal as an instrument of national policy the secretary of state said If Egypt accepts that simple and rudimentary principle of jus tice then I believe that the sub sidiary problems can be resolved v j luxury hotel a farm a loan business and private airplanes Hodge now serving a 1215 year prison sentence testified before the Senate Banking Committee headed by Sen J William The committee is investigating the more than one million dollar Hodge scandal to see if any loop ALC Okays Merger Plan Divorce Law SLUE ISLAND 111 The American Lutheran Church has approved a proposed merger with other Lutheran churches and has authorized its pastors to re marry divorced persons if they arc repentant Delegates to the 14Ui biennial convention voted 16911 Monday osed constitution which would merge the American eran Church the Evangelical Lutheran and United Evangelical Lutheran churches with a com aincd membership of two million The Evangelical and United Evangelical Lutheran churches previously had approved the pro posed constitution Dr Henry F Schuh Columbus Ohio presi dent of the American Lutheran Convention said pending amend ments may delay final ratification of the constitution until I960 The conventions decision on di holes in federal banking laws need to be plugged Hodge on the witness stand for the second day said he has re turned to the state Fulbright said the total he took was about That leaves or 000 you havent given Fid bright said Thats a large sum of money for one individual to spend in 2i quarter of a million dollars a year Luxury Hotel You couldnt possibly have for gotten what then it is difficult to foresee a useful role for a negotiating body Indeed under those conditions it is difficult to foresee any settle ment in accordance with the prin ciples of justice and of interna tional Dulles spoke as the 11nation council wound up its opening policy statements and prepared to go into closeddoor sessions for detailed discussions Apparent Gap Despite the apparent gap be tween the Western proposals and those of Egypt and the Soviet Union Dulles told the council that the possibilities are good for a peaceful solution of the problem He said Rarely if ever have compar able efforts been made to settle issue of such dan proportions The Council bent on the use of bought a Even those most adeled shown their Desire to bring on a small by P6aceM total that senator you please tell me the Hodge said Thats said council had been in tha on the whole temperate and constructive but KILLED HIS FATHER Robert Zavalnak land Ohio talks with patrolman Clarence Dragi after the boy admitted he shot his father Joseph 42 to death Monday night following an argument The boy spent the night in a woods after leaving a signed con fession and a last will and testament on the kitchen table He gave himself up early Tuesday vorce and remarriage relaxed its former rule which permitted pas tors to perform subsequent mar that Soviet Foreign Minister Dmi nnn v u v tn ShePilov nad been responsible Fulbright Cor some jarring notes leaves He mentioned specifically Shep makmg progress GojiloVs charge that U S monopo lies were trying to gain control of the Suez under the guise of giving No Explanation Hodge said assets ho and his wife have turned over to the state would more than make up the financial aid for improving the waterway Two Conferences Dulles dealt at length with the I pray that it is Hodge Proposals of the two London con said so my wife will have of IS nations during August and September riage ceremony only for inno cent parties in a divorce The new policy statement said v r divorce constitutes guilt before uMlcr Hodge was unable toj I he said that the God Divorce violates Gods patlcxp y otctl tho can accept the principles Pressed for a motive bycnunciated by the 18 nations as tern for but it urged an evangelical rather than Fulbrisht Hodge said principles of justice I dont know I suppose it was There exists of course a great legalistic approach to r ton l know l SU lem i temporary insanity I did not owej variety of means whereby the The statement approved by the principles stated by the is could 300 delegates added the church must confront the sinner with his call him to repen tance and warn the impenitent of the fate that awaits SOUNDS WHOLESOME HOLLYWOOD OR Twentieth CenturyFox Studio Tuesday an nounced plans to combine the Jayne Mansfield and Elvis Pres ley assets and talents in n film to bo titled The Love It will suys the studio be a comedy iii j s vv aj j iO LWlJ t political purposes I swear carried out I do not suppose Ive been accused of knowing peot that anyone regards the particu ple I never even heard SAME Black IUg means Jrafflo death in Jl hounj lar arrangements they suggested as sacrocanct And I believe that this council ought not to close its mind to any alternative sugges tion that might be Egyptian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Faw2i and Soviet For eign Minister Dmitri Shepilov urged the council to establish a negotiating group to work out a system of cooperation which would protect Egypts sovereign jty and at the same time take into account the interests the canal