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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE I T T H f N E W S P A P E R THAT MAKES ALL NO United Prw Full RTH IOWANS NEIGHBOR S GIVE copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1954 Benson Renews Attack Spends Day in Iowa GARDEN GROVE culture Secretary Ezra T Benson said Thursday he was content that Democrats have made a campaign issue out of his farm Program because he trusts the good judgment of the farmer Benson said Republican de cisions on farm problems were sound and wise and he wel comes the opportunity to defend them 1 am content Out of all the discussion and even controversy will come I believe a fuller and wider understanding of the prob lems and the issues I trust the good judgment of farm people he said Benson brought the town storming defense of his farm program to the heart of the Corn Belt when he came to Iowa Five Iowa cities were on his schedule Thursday and he planned appear ances in at least eight farm states by Oct 18 Answer Question Benson said farmers had to an swer this question Will we relegate farmers to bureaucratic control or go for ward with an expanding free and correspondingly more pros perous agriculture Benson said farmers are not getting their fair share of the national income and the Eisen hower administration must not allow this injustice to But I wouldnt be able to sleep at night if I promised that government would step in and guarantee farmers their fair share the national Benson said The only government can guarantee farmers income is for us to turn government over to the Promising Contest A promising contest aimed at the farmers could lead only to disaster for the farmers and for our Benson said If our critics want to be irre sponsible if they want to promise the moon that is their responsi he said Benson said the administration has had to make many import ant decisions to clean up the mess in agriculture the Re publicans inherited when Pres ident Eisenhower took office in 1952 I am firmly convinced that history will show that every one of these major decisions has been taken soundly and Ben son said Personal Visit Bensons visit to Garden Grove was a personal as well as offi cial trip He spoke at a dedica fjpor Comltu Tour On ane RIOT VICTIM This unidentified 10yearolcTboy tas one of hundreds injured Thursday by flying rocks during rioting in Kowloon the mainland part of Hong Kong adjoining Red China The mob scenes burst forth from celebrations of a Chinese holiday British Troopers and Police Battle Rioters at Hong Kong tion ceremony in honor of the Mormons who founded the tiny southern Iowa community in 1947 Bensons grandfather was born in Garden Grove Benson left Garden Grove by motorcade to have lunch at the Ernest Mueller farm 5 miles west of Knoxville on Iowa 92 and a brief visit at another farm 1 mile south of Hartford Later he flew from Bes Moines for appearances at Fort Dodge and Fostoria and then was to go on to Spencer for a talk Thurs day night MELBOURNE Australia UP carried out its first nu clear weapon airdrop at the Mar Proving Grounds in south ern Australia Thursday HONG KONG W mately 114 Chinese have died in interfaction clashes and bat ties with British police since Wednesday the Hong Kong gov ernment announced Friday At least ipo were feared to have been slain in clashes be tween right and left wing move ments in the industrial main land village of Tusn Wan Four teen others were killed in north west Kowloon during skirmishes with police Foreigners leftists and their property and police stations were the chief targets of the mob But there was also con siderable indiscriminate looting and pillaging Hundreds of persons were in jured including a Swiss couple badly burned wlien a mob set fire to their taxi The flames incinerated the taxi driver Some of the mobs stopped cars and extorted money from the occupants At dusk the troops and police appeared to be slowly bringing the mobs under control Acting Gov E B David ordered a cur few for Kowloons 1M million people from to 10 He said it might be extended if necessary The order did not apply to Hong Kong Island where a mil lion persons live The island re mained free of trouble Manly Girl Injured When Hit by Auto 59 GIs on Lost President Defends HBomb Policy Internal Affairs Are the Major Issues WASHINGTON President Eisenhower firing buck at Adlai Stevenson said Thursday his administration has done every thing humanly possible lo bring the Hbomb threat under inter national control and use atomic power for peaceful purposes Eisenhower also told a news conference ho regards miniate ment of Americas internal affairs as tho paramount issue of the campaign A reporter told Eisenhower that Stevenson the Democratic pres idential nominee said in an ad dress at Scuttle Tuesday night that Republican politicians in eluding the President hnve little understanding or sympathy with attempts to save man from lie greatest horror his ingenuity has ever Stevenson was talking about the Hbomb and defending his proposal that Hbomb tests be Unjustified Price Boosts Stumping Tour Moves to Iowa INDIANOLA Sen Estes Kefauver said Thursday that big corporations are unjustified price making many increases and khat President Eisenhower is do ng practically nothing to pro ect the consumer from this price How could it be IB asked in a prepared speech when the Republican adminis tration and apparently President Eisenhower himself regard the corporate managers who are in stituting these price advances as some sort of vgifted specieof stJ permen who can do no wrong H there is one consisten thread through the last fou years of Republican rule it ha been this heroworship of men o big business Golfing Friends They are the golfing compan ong of the President and the men who come to dinner at the White House And of course they ended under certain conditions In reply to a request for com ment on the Stevenson remarks at Seattle Eisenhower said the record is there and speaks for it self BtRMUOA STATUTE WHKttK PLANK VANISHED plane marks the area wiuire the U S Transport with 59 servicemen aboard disappeared YVedsiemlny on a flight from Kntflmul Un The craft was en route to the United SI Atlantic Search Pushed Craft Was Azores Bound Arlene Ann Roberts 10 Manly was injured Wednesday morning when she was struck by a car while waiting for a school bus Driver of the car was Donovan Fletcher Veech 807 N Delaware a Mason City taxi driver Veech told highway patrolmen that he had been hired to drive Lynn Keller 39 Austin to his home from Mason City The ac cident occurred miles south of Manly According to witnesses the Roberts girl and her brother Ronald 9 were standing in the driveway of their farm home on the west side of highway 65 A Manly school bus had stopped on the opposite side of the road to pick up the children Veech who was travelling north told officers he did not see the bus until he was quite close he attempted to stop the car skidded leftinto the ditch It crossed the driveway and the left side hit the girl The car then travelled on into the ditch on the other side of the driveway for a distance of about 60 feet Arlene is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Roberts She was taken to Mercy Hospital where her condition was des cribed as fair She suffered a head injury broken leg and crushed foot Her younger brother also was taken to Mercy Hospital where he was treated for bruises He was knocked down but it could not be determined whether he actually was struck by the car or fell with his sister According to officers Keller and a companion who is still be ing sought will be charged with intoxication on a public highway arrange for the great bulk of the contributions to the Republican The Democratic vice presiden ial candidate brought his cam aign out to Midwest farming ountry after three days of East rn barnstorming His Thursday scheduled called or a 200mile motorcade through mall towns in central Iowa In 11 he had a 19hour day in pros ed Wide Range His first stop was planned for here then on to Winterset Adel Boonc with a major farm speech listed at the Bayard football field at 8 Thursday Afterward he will attend a political meeting at Boone at In his speech at fndianola Ke fauver said that business publi cations have reported a wide range of price increases in pros pect Many of these will be bad news for farmers including a planned boost of to for tractors he said Kefauver said many of the hikes appear to represcnl noth ing more than oldfashioned pricegouging by monopolistic SCENE OF INJURY Witnesses talk to investigating officers in the farm drive way south of Manly where 10yearold Arlene Roberts was hit by a car while wait ing for a school bus Skid marks in the ditch mark the path of the car in which owner Lynn Keller Austin sits in the background The car was badly damaged He then went on lo say his ad ministration has done everything uimanly possible to get this thing fthe Hbomb under control and use it for peace Stevensons suggestions that H bomb testing be ended and thai the possibility of halting the mili tary d a f t be explored h a V e turned into two of the hottest is su6s of the campaign Last Words Eisenhower said Thursday he has uttered his last words o those two subjects He made that remark after be ing told by a newsman that ther lave been widely circulated re ports that the Eisenhowerad ministration w a s considering halting Hbomb tests but shelvec such consideration when Steven son came up with the idea The President said he never lad heard any such suggestion vithin his administration He adder then that he had uttered lis last word about that matter ml the draft Most of Thursdays news con ercnce like others of the past cw weeks was devoted to poli ics Main Issue Eisenhower did say in re ponse to a question that he is illing lo go anywhere and do nything to help bring about a New Drought Aid Program Outlined WASHINGTON ffi President Elsenhower Tlmrsdny mitlinei a fourpoint emergency program topped by u rise in the feec subsidy to help relieve the acute distress in drought urcus o LAKKNUKATH England Ilours of senrchinK by an armada of plnncs over the Atlantic failed to turn up a hint oC whnt hitppuned to a U S mili tniusport plane which van ished during lhl night with 59 mm aboard At iu lime before night Toll 21 search plimcs including big jet bombers wore in the air frying out thu seiirch Ships low doubled their watches but icre was not a clue The missing a giiml C118 iftiniistur of this Military Aiv rnnsporl Service wan currying wo Air Forco oUicors and AB Air orce enlisUul men back to the hulud Slates utter duly in Eng the nation Eisenhower set out the program in u statement In which h also said he plans to visit stricken areas before the end of tl year to make certain that present programs are giving inaxiimu help and thnt the additional ster Surgeons Discover Lower Wall of Boys Hearf Missing DECOHAH Stephen Lan sing 3 son of Mr and Mrs Jerry Lansing Decorah under went surgery Thursday in Ro chester for a heart con dition The operation was begun at and continued until ate afternoon After surgeons started operating they found the child not only had two holes in his heart previously diag nosed but the whole ower wall of the heart was missing They rebuilt the wall Stephens condition is critical mentioned are having good n Fourteen slates for which Pres dent Eisenhower promised ni arc Colorado Kansas vada New Mexico Olclaliom cxas Utah Iowa Missom fontnmi Nebraska Nwfh HIM South Dnkotn The emergency program 1 The government is incccdsin Vom lo a hundred poluid le fedcrnl subsidy paid wit feed grains I lp maintain basic livesloel i erf Is Thill menus in effect lha le government through subsi es is slicing a mul Altio aboard was a nine nun ISnvy crew of three officers and six enlisted men Tho tourengine plane military version of the civilian DC6 left this American base 10 miles north of London at CST Wednesday on Air off the actual cost of such n leg lo Lfljes Force Base iti the Azores Last Massage tl was last heard from at CST when it was ipproximntely 180 miles of Lands End Brilnins most westerly point 7th Air Division in London said a signal reported lo c an SOS Dial was picked up by planes and relayed to An Irews Air Force Base in Mary ind as possibly coming from llio was n garbled version f a message between freighters the search operation The transport was due at Lajes eaccful solution of the Suez risis He said however it must e a peace with justice Eisenhower had been asked PLAN LAKE CHANGE DES MOINES Mac Bride in Johnson County wil be come Iowas largest artificial lake when proposed changes are carried out the Iowa Conserva tion Commission said Thursday PAll About I The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and warmer through Friday Chance of a light shower in vicinity Thursday night Low Thursday night lower 50s High Friday around 75 Iowa Partly cloudy through Friday Warmer cast Thursday night and southeast and ex treme east Friday Low Thurs day night generally in 50s Minnesota Partly cloudy cool GlobeGazette weather data up to fl a rn Thursday Maximum Wednesday 61 Minimum Wednesday night 44 At 8 a m Thursday 48 Precipitation 04 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 7 Minimum 50 hether he would be willing to go before a meeting of the United Nations in the interest of trying lo find a solution Eisenhower replied that of course he would be willing to make such an appearance He nddecl that there is nothing he wouldnt do to preserve peace with justice Flames Destroy Two Stores at Baxter BAXTER grocery and mercantile store were destroyed and two other stores were threat ened for a time by fire which raged oul of control in the heart of Baxter Wednesday night Occupants of five apartments over the Baxter Mercantile store where the fire apparently broke out were forced to flee leaving most of their possessions behind A shortage of water became apparenl after firemen from Baxter Colfax Newton and Mel bourne fought the for two hours of the Kxporl SAME 477 Blirk Mar rncann Irafflc rtrith In Farm Accident Fatal to Keota Man 24 KEOTA Greiner 24 was fatally injured late Wednesday when a corn picker overturned on him crushing his chest while working on his fam ilys farm 6 miles northeast of here He was the son of Mr mtl Mrs Richard Greiner nins Directors Import Hank have autlioriml a loan of five million dollars to Mexico to buy United Stales beef and diiiry cattle Eisenhower said thai of that amount at least IM million is expected to buy some beef cattle from livestock owners in the Southwest who are short of feed The Iniin was an nounced Wednesday i Allocation of an additional five million dollars from civil de fense disaster relief funds for buying hay and oilier roughage during the rest of this fiscal year ending lune 10 The President said KHv million dollars which was available for that purpose al rcndy has been used up with half of that a mount committed in Texas Western mil roads have been asked by the administration to consider ways and means of as sisting farm md ranch people in drought arras during this difficult I Thursday ST When it last rr xirleil buck to biiso here it still uid enough Hid lo keep it nir until Thursday CST Search Begun At I however American period through freight rates reduction of ARCHBISHOP DIES ST PAUL Minn most Rev John Gregory Murray Catholic archbishop of SI Paul died Thursday of cancer He had Ibecn ill since last May id Mrilish military authorities ordered a gigantic search of the entire ocean area from England to the on the presumption thit the plane was down some where in the Atlantic Normally planes of MATS have three or more life rafts each capable of carrying 20 men Pas sengers aboard also are required to wear Mie West lifejackets to sustain them in the water in case of a crash at sea The Liftmnsler which was be lieved lo have arrived in Britain from its base two days ago war at first believed to have been carrying some wives and children of servicemen on its return flight This fear was dispelled by a Air Force spokesman who said only military personnel were aboard Hy noon Thursday the planes engaged in the search had swelled to 20 including three sixengine FM7 jet bombers flying at high altitude and using radar in an effort to pick up some clue Eisenhower Halts Strong Stevenson Tide in Popular Votes Poll Reveals WASHINGTON Presi dent Eisenhower appears to have least strong Stevenson tide running against him in the first Babson poll tabulations With approximately 25 per ccnl this years Babsonpoll survey completed a projection of poll figures to a nationalvote level would show Ike back in the lead on a popularvote by a very slim margin Biggest pick ups by the President since last weeks report were in the middle Atlantic slates and in the indus trial Midwest Some gains were noted also in the farm possibly a result of the Eisen hower trip into that area it is in Ihe farm region and in the South that the Babson survey shows Ikes biggest drop from the vole lotals he achieved in 1952 Fortunately for Ihc GOP nomi nee however he can afford pop ularvole losses in these areas without drastic inroads being made into his electoralvote pos sibilities Of the four Southern states taken by the President in 1952 this weeks Babsonpoll shows Ste venson with a comfortable lead in two Tennessee and Texas and a slight advantage in one other Eisenhower is doubtful ing to a thin majority in Florida All other Southern states are safely in the Stevenson column Most of the farm states were taken by Ike in 1952 by wide mar gins It does not appear today thai he will take any of them by the sixtofour ratio of four years ago However he still maintains a rather substantial advantage in Kansas Nebraska North Da kota The Ike lead in Iowa and Min nesota is so small that both of those states must today be con Dcspite the narrowness of Ei senhowers popularvote lead tho Babson survey shows that his electoralvote count would be proportionately greater if the election were held today Thats because of 1 tie wasting of vast numbers of Stevensoa votes   

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