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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THATMAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS GIVE VOL LXIII Says Ike Unable Associated PreM and United Pnu Full Lease Wire Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCTOBER 13 1W4 TbiJ Paper Consists ot Two 4 to Lead Adlai Ends Coast Tour SAN DIEGO Calif E Stevenson wound up a Western stumping trip Friday night by de claring President Eisenhower is either unwilling or unable to lead the Republican Party The Democratic presidential nominee said that national policy has become stalled on dead cen ter while the times call for an effective A paralysis of will has over taken our national Stevenson told a Democratic ral ly After his speech Stevenson flew to his Illinois home hoping for victory with a new issue His proposal to ban Hbomb tests He said he will devote a nation wide TV broadcast to it from Chi cago Monday CST Aerial Tour It was Stevensons big gun as he wound up a fiveday aeria tour through California Oregon Washington Idaho and Montana Their total of 55 electoral vote went to Eisenhower in 1952 But he also sought as in his windup speech at San Diego Fri day night to make these othei points before a cheering crowd o 1 Eisenhower has failed as a leader and if reelected woulc be a lame duck president since law prohibits a third term There fore a vote for Eisenhower is a vote for Vice President Nixon a the new head of the Republican 2 Eisenhower is a Republican indistinguishable from the par ty leadership and the Republi can old guard still rides He said after a few feeble trieL at it Eisenhower evidently long since has given up the job o making over the Republican par 3 Under Eisenhower nationa policy is stalled or dead cen there is a paralysis o will and something has gone out of American life some thing that gave peoples live meaning and HTests Only Stevenson said Eisenhower misrepresented his proposal to ban hydrogen bomb tests He told an airport crowd of abou at Long Beach The President hs indicated that I proposed that we halt tests of atomic weapons I didnt pro posev any such thing I proposed that we halt tests of hydrogen weapons They are not the same thing at all Perhaps someone ought tc explain to him the difference He has indicated that I favor discon tiouance of in atomi weapons I didnt propose that a In his San Diego speech Steven son said Most Americans I know ar concerned and deeply concernec about mankinds need to tame the hydrogen bomb Yet only yester day the President said he ut tered his last word on this sub ject I say there can be no las word on this fateful subject unti mankind is freed of the menaci of incineration And I shall hav something more to say about ob ligations of leadership to the hu man race as well as the natior Monday Czechs Order Out American Clerk WASHINGTON UP Th United States under protes Saturday bowed to a demand b Communist Czechoslovakia tha Vera M Osso a clerk in th American embassy in Prague leave the country The United States rejected a entirely false charges of ei pionage or any other illegal ac tivities against the America woman The State Department sai Miss Osso was the unfortunat victim of the attentions of Czechoslovak citizen who pro vided false identity papers fo her during a motor trip SURPRISE INDEED GRAZ Austria Tabor a 63yearold tailor sai Saturday he was certainly su prised to receive a post car from his mother The card wa mailed from Vienna 150 mile awiy in 1904 Tabors mothe hit been dead 31 years AP Wirephoto BIRTHDAY Candles on a birthday cake for Pres ident Eisenhower sculptured from six tons of ice are lit by film star Gene Tierney in cere monies Friday night at Fair field Conn The President will be 66yearsold Sunday and Citi zens for Eisenhower Commit tees over the country are plan ning observances Ike himself will appear on a nationwide TV celebration 8 CST CBS Saturday Eisenhower Defends Big Businessmen Calls All Classes Equally important WASHINGTON Wi Presiden Eisenhower Friday night defend d the men from big n key administration jobs Bu also told a member of a gar ment workers union you are jus as important to me as any mil ionaire that ever walked thi In an unprecedented nationwid radioTV question and answe session Eisenhower replied t questions from what the Whit House called a cross section o Americans incited to Washing on from all sections of the coun ry by the National Citizens fo Sisenhower Committee He me vith them in a Washington hotel Independent Voter Against that background Isa dore Siegal of New York identi led himself as a member of th nternational Ladies Garmen Workers Union for 25 years am as independent Then h old Eisenhower You have a lot of people tha are big shots in the cabinet I want to ask you Mr President do you think of all the working people in the big busi ness Eisenhower noted that he had remarked earlier that he grew up in a family that had to strug gle to make ends meet And he went on to tell Siegal You or anybody else is just as important to me as any million aire that ever walked the earth Billion Now I have three or four very successful businessmen in my cabinet My friend the Defense Department is spending some thing like 40 billion dollars a year of our money Who would you rather have in charge of failure who never did anything or a success ful businessman Referring then to Secretary of Defense Wilson former president of General Motors Eisen hower went on in crackling tones I got the head of the biggest company I could go to General Motors and said will you come in and do this for us I think he has been doing a good In contrast then he mentioned Secretary of Agriculture Benson and pictured him as a man I suppose who hasnt a cent I know he is a poor The President added Now that is the kind of peo ple we have all kinds of people in that cabinet and I assure you that they are doing one they are working day and night for your benefit yours and Suez Formula Is Approved Record Voter Turnout Likely By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES The chairmen of the Republican and Dem ocratic state committees arent far apart on their estimates of the total vote which will be cast in the Nov 6 general election And they also are close to the forecast made previously by Secretary of State Melvin D Synhorst of a record total GOP Chairman Don Pierson said Saturday he believes the vote will total from to Democratic Chairman Jake More estimated the vote Synhorst had placed it at The difference between the es timates of the party chairmen comes on the point of whether the Republicans or the Democrats will win Pierson said the split would be Republican 60 per cent Demo cratic 40 per cent More declared he Democrats wouldpoll 65 per cent and the Republicans 35 per cent of the vote Synhorst didnt go into a breakdown Last Election In the last previous presidential election in 1952 when the vote was a record the Eisen hower Nixon Republican ticket polled votes to for he StevensonSparkman Demo cratic team That gave the Re publicans per cent the Demo crats per cent Eisenhower and Nixon won with a majority of votes In 1948 when the vote was the TrumanBarkley Dem ocratic combination won votes to as polled by the DeweyWarren team The percent age break was Democratic Republican Truman and Barkley won by votes Pierson gave four reasons for his forecast of the voting in No vember 1 Our organization will do a better job in getting out the vote than it did in 1952 2 We are placing confidence in getting a high percentage of the vote for those who are on the Republican ticket Crowds which came out to see President Eisen hower and Vice President Nixon in Iowa were above expectations 3 Pinched for Money We still are pinched for money but we cant think of a county chairman who says he cant make his quota However we arent crowing about contribu tions 4 We are getting many tele phone and mail offerings to help reelect President Eisenhower and the whole national and state tick ets More said he gives the Demo cratic party both national and state tickets 65 per cent of the vote because The Democratic party has the strongest national and state tick ets of hardworking and qualified candidates who have rallied to their support many people who in past years have not been active in political Swiss Woman Is Victim of Rioting HONG KONG UP A Swiss woman died here Saturday of in juries suffered in this weeks savage antiforeign riots which authorities in this British China coast colony believe were organ ized by Chinese secret societies Mrs Fritz Ernest wife of a Swiss vice consul was the first white fatality of the riots She died of injuries suffered when a Chinese mob overturned the cab in which she and her husband were riding drenched it with gasoline and set it afire Mrs Ernests death increased the toll of the threeday riots to 45 known dead and 3G6 injured Police raided Lichenguk the settlement where the riots start ed four days ago and marched suspects off to headquarters for questioning The authorities worked feverishly to fingerprint and question more than sus pects rounded up so far Despite the latestmass rests riotridden Kowloon turned to partial normalcy Sat urday The government lifted curfew restrictions in some sec tions of the district and permittee ferry service to resume to Hong Kong Although officials refused to say that troops and police have completely broken the back o the disorders United Press Cor respondent Peter Sun roamed the streets of Kowloon with patrols and reported that the situation is very ar re Tavern Operator Is Killed in Crash HOLSTEIN UP Marvin O Schumann 35 Holstein tavern operator was killed about 6 Saturday when his car went ou of control and rolled over on a curve a mile south of here The accident occurred near the junction of Highways 59 and 20 Sheriff George Miller said he un derstood Schumann who was alone was on his way to pick up a friend who was to attend the MinnesotaNorthwestern game a Minneapolis with him Warren Austin in Serious Condition BURLINGTON Vt UKFormer United Nations Ambassador War ren R Austin his left side para lyzed by a stroke spent a quiet night and slept hospital authorities said Saturday Earlier the hospital said Austin remained in serious but not in critical ADLAI BANNER FURLED IN HOME TOWN Merchants of Adlai Stevensons home town fold up a banner Friday after is was removed from its spot across the villages main street Authorities of the predominantly Republi can community ordered the sign taken down because it violated a city ordinance The merchants however protested and a special council meeting was called for next week to debate the matter Empty Life Raft Is Spotted in Atlantic Hopes of Success Raised 6 Principles Laid Down FROM OUR WHIE SERVICES FKOM OUR WIKE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS Britain and France agreed Satur day on a new Suez proposal which a British spokesman said would include the controversial demand for international control jof the vital waterway Such a provision is expected to meet vigorous opposition from Egypt and Russia and may possi ly lead to a Soviet veto Details of the new British Drench resolution were not dis posed Immediately but informed quarters said it contained the six principles agreed on Friday by iritain France and Egypt as a basis for future negotiations The 11nation Security Council vas scheduled to take it up late Saturday in an effort to wind up he current phase of the Suez Ca nal discussions New Draft The new draft was hammered out Saturday morning iu a two lour meeting of British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd French Foreign Minister Christian Pi and U S Secretary of State John Foster Dulles A U S spokesman said Dulles was in full accord with the resolution LONDON W Search planes Saturday spotted what at first was believed to be two life rafts in the Atlantic area where a giant American airliner vanished three days one of the supposed rafts later proved to be a decomposed whale The search planes crews ra Sales Tax on Services Hit by Governor FORT DODGE Gov Leo Hoegh Friday night declared he is firmly opposed to a sales tax on services and that he will con tinue to sponsor full homestead tax exemptions The Iowa Tax Study Committee has received suggestions that a sales tax on services be vised to replace the revenue of the extra one half cent sales tax which ex pires next June 30 The governor urged plain speaking of the whole truth about the purpose and objectives of the tax study committee He said Democratic candidates for state offices have attempted to mislead the people into be lieving that the committee was established to find ways of rais ing Nothing could be farther from the Hoegh said The com mittee was formed for the sole purpose of casing the burdens on the Iowa taxpayer and working out a program to equalize the tax load so it will be more just and fair to all Hoegh related that the commit tee is not interested in various methods for increasing But he added the present tax structure does need changing He noted that the extra half cent sales tax will expire and i should I said at the time the one half cent sales tax bill was passed that I was dedicated to repealtn the sales tax increase in he declared diced they saw no sign of life on or near the objects in the ocean off Spain An earlier report said there ap peared to be one man on one of the Gibson Girl rafts capable of holding 20 men The missing plane a Lift master with a crew of 9 Navy men was carrying 50 Air Force men back to their Air Force base at Lincoln from duty in Britain It disappeared Wednes day night Spurred by an SOS signal 100 planes were in the air Friday searching for survivors or some lint as to the big planes fate Saturday morning German and AP Wircphoto CARRIED OFF SHIP Tanya Chwastov 2 Vlyearold Americanborn girl is carried off a Russian ship at London Friday by her father Alexis after a court order was served on him Chwastov was attempting to spirit the girl to Russia but his divorced wife now living in Detroit has employed British legal aid to keep the girl on this side of the iron curtain One of Founders of V F W Dies at R Butterfield Infant Succumbs After Accident The year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Ronald Butterfield farmers living southwest of Ma son City died en route to a hos pital Saturday morning from head injuries received in a car accident The mother reported that the baby had fallen from the car as she was backing up at their farm home about 10 The attend ing physician said that one of the wheels apparently ran over the baby and its head was crushed Funeral arrangements are in complete The PattersonJames Funeral Home is in charge British ships picked up SOS sig nals which turned the search planes to an area 80 miles off Cape Finisterre the northwes tip of Spain An Air Force announcemen said five ships were approaching the scene and were expected lo arrive Saturday afternoon The first raft was sighted 98 miles northwest of La Coruna Spain by a U S C54 search plane from Prestwick Scotland commanded by Capt James R Watkius Madisonville Tex The first raft sighted from the air appeared partly inflated a spokesman said but the seconc raft appeared to be deflated with no one apparently The two rafts were about 20 miles apart Dye marker was seen in the the Air Force announce ment said Weather in area i closing in with fog patches ant clouds with base at 100 fee above sea The SOS signals were similar to those that would have been sounded by a handcranked radio in a rubber life raft The C118 Liflmaster carried four packaged rubber rafts which could be inflated by car bon dioxide bottles There was silence from the time of the planes position re port Wednesday night until a in Friday when a Pan Amei ri About The Weather FAYETTEVILLE Ark UR Services were being planned for James Carrollton Putnam 88 the first national commander and one of the founders of the Veterans of Foreign Wars He died at a hos pital Thursday night HARDY AT HOME HOLLYWOOD UP Oliver Hardy 200pound member of the Laurel and Hardy comedy team rested at his home in nearly Van Nuys Saturday following his re lease from a hospital where he was treated after a stroke Mason City Increasing cloudi ness Saturday night and Sun day with chance of a shower or thunderstorm through Sunday forenoon Low Saturday night 6065 Turning cooler w i t h strong shifting winds Sunday high 7276 Iowa Considerable cloudiness Saturday night ind Sunday Strong shifting winds and turn ing considerably cooler with scattered showers and thunder storms northwest portion Sat urday night and north and west portions Sunday Turning cool er southeast Sunday afternoon Low Saturday night 5565 ex cept 4555 extreme northwest Minnesota Windy and cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum 87 Minimum 64 At 8 a m 69 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 64 34 and would vote for it A meeting of the 18 backers of the London proposal for inter national control of the canal was set just ahead of the council meeting A British spokesman was asked Specifically whether the new draft would call on the council to endorse the London Assn proposal Thats one thing you can ba sure he replied As released officially by Pi neau council president for this month after the council had been informed of them they read Arrangements made should meet the following requirements 1 There shall be free and open transit through the canal without discrimination overt and This principle covers the same ground as the corresponding prin ciple of the Constantinople Con vention of 1888 That is it covers the technical as well as the politi cal aspects with which point three is also concerned Respect of Sovereignty 2 Egypts sovereignty shall respected 3 The operation of the canal shall be insulated from the pol itics of any country 4 The manner of fixing tolls and charges shall be decided by agreement between Egypt and the users 5 A fair proportion of the dues shall be allotted to development nuati utT iKiuiiuu iu ucvciuuiiitlll pawpnger plane picked up a 6 In casc of dis te unre distress signal believed to affairs beUveen the come from a survival raftsjCanal company and the Egyptian radio north of the Azores government shall be settled bv Sixengine Stratojct bombers arbitration with suilablc terms of and dozens of other U S suilable provisions v the payment of sums found North Africa and America De cjue aircraft carriers of a U S task force are participating in the search for the missing men Cooler Weather to Follow Record Heat in Iowa j Cooler air is due to spread across Iowa Saturday night and Sunday ending the unseasonably high temperatures the Weather Bureau said Saturday The mercury hit a state high of 89 degrees at Sioux City Friday setting record highs for the date there and at Burlington Cedar Rapids Mason City and Spencer The coolest spot in the state was Dubuque with an afternoon high of 81 Mason Citys record high was 87 A deep storm system now mov ing eastward through the North ern Great Plains will pass to the east of Iowa by Sunday night Dubuque had the state low of 53 degrees early Saturday Lows ranged upward to 72 degrees at Sioux City Marine Convicted on Assault Count PARRIS ISLAND A Marine courtmartial Friday convicted a corporal of simple assault on a recruit But the court found Richard Bille 21 innocent of maltreat ment charges in connection with the incident Bille was charged with slugging Pvt Donald Ham isfar 20 for failing to say sir when addressing the corporal The court sentenced Bille to two months at hard reduction in rank to private first class SAME   

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