Mason City Globe Gazette, October 16, 1956

Mason City Globe Gazette

October 16, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 16, 1956, Mason City, Iowa HOME EDITION MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII AMOciated tod United Preu Foil LeaM Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER U Paptr Consists ot Two NARROW ESCAPE Mason City firemen inspect damage to the garage roof of the North Iowa Bottling which caved in Monday afternoon An employe Elvin Everdmg who was operating the lift truck at center narrowly escaped injury when one of the beams crashed through the seat of the vehicle Firemen said the roof collapsed from the weight of water left oh it from heavy weekend rains Employes at the plant said a similar section of the northeast corner of the garage roof collapsed several years ago Adlai in New Challenge to Ike on HBomb Issue CHICAGO E Steveninight his proposal that America son says President Eisenhower take the lead in efforts to end H is brushing aside a chance to end the deadly deadlock with Rus sia in a hydrogen bomb race that may destroy the world Stevenson the Democratic pres idential nominee defended in a nationally televised campaign speech from Chicago Monday ULC Studies f Change in Divorce Law Birth Control OK Recommended HARR1SBURG Pa UP Basic changes were asked Tuesday in the United Lutheran Church stand on divorce scrapping precise ob stacles to remarriage in favor of more psychological guideposts The proposal one of the major issues before the churchs bien nial convention was part of a manypronged report presented Monday night It also recommends endorse ment of birth control a position taken in recent times by two other influential Protestant churches Board Report The proposed revision of the churchs position on remarriage was contained in a report of the board of Social Missions It asked the church to abandon its 26yearold rule that sanctions remarriage only of the innocent party in a divorce granted be cause of adultery or desertion Instead the church would con sider both parties as sharing in the guilt of violating Gods or der and being involved in the sin and suffering that accom panies any marriage breakups But the proposed code declares God in his love does accept the sinner and deals with him ac cording to his It says the Scriptures do not offer any legal formulation on the subject of remarriage and bomb tests which he said may do the human race unmeasured Directly contradicting President Eisenhower on several points Stevenson said that most dis turbing to him was Eisenhowers comment at last weeks White Hcuse news conference he had used the last word on his posi tion that such tests cannot be abandoned because Russia might not honor any agreement to end them We cannot brush the hydrogen bomb under the Stevenson said He pledged that if he is elected president he would count it about the first order of business to get together with Russia and would replace the c h u r c hs precious technical bar to remar riage with a requirements spiritual reformation Past Faults Trial Examiner Dismisses Charge Against Kohler Co WASHINGTON trial ex aminer for the National Labor Relations Board Tuesday dis missed twoyear old unfair labor practice charges filed by the United Auto Workers Union against the Kohler Sheboy gan Wis The dismissal subject to ap peai to the full NLRB is a blow to the UAWs waning hopes in its strike against Kohler longest pending labor dispute in the nation The NLRB examiner George Britain on banning further ex plosions of nuclear superweapons Both Britain and Russia he ad ded have declared their willing ness to us in trying to establish the kind of policy I have sug Asserting that disarmament had been stalemated for 11 years be cause the Russians will not agree to let us inspect them and we cannot agree to disarm un less we can inspect Stev enson declared Yet if we are going to make any progress we must find means of breaking out of this deadly deadlock We must come forward with proposals which will bear witness to our desire to move for ward and not away from disarm Stevenson brought in Chairman Clinton Anderson DNM of the SenateHouse Atomic Energy Committtee to back his view that it was feasible and wise to halt nuclear test He summoned Sen Stuart Sy mington chairman of a special Senate Armed Services subcommittee to testify in sup port to his contention that no harm would result to Americas defenses by such a move Steven son said Eisenhower had implied his proposal would somehow re duce or curtail power to defend not adding It would Downing dismissed the unions in and charges aeainst Kohler nn hj At New Vork meanwhile Sen Stevenson Tuesday retired to his farm home in suburban Liberty ville to draft speeches for the start of a whistlestop quest for the combined 46 electoral votes in Michigan Ohio and Kentucky grounds that international nammered at tees of the UAW are elected cnnVlce PresidentNixon during an tees of the UAW are elected con stitutional officers of the union who had failed to sign nonCom munist affidavits Such Communist disclaimers are required by law from a un ions officers in order for the labor organization to be eligible to file complaints with the NLRB The dismissal unless upset by the NLRB means there will be no decision on the merits of the case n v o 1 v i n g the UAWs charges that Kohler had refused to bargain had interfered with union activities and discharged 78 employes for union activities The divorced person to be re married would have to realize his past faults in his previous mar riage show his real repentance seek forgivness of his expartner be determined to avoid past fail ures and take up his new mar riage In dependance upon The proposed statement con demns birth control for selfish reasons but approves it in order to plan the number of children in accordance with ability to provide fully for them It says that irresponsible conception of children up to the limit of bio logical capacity and selfish limi tation of the number of children are equally Both the Methodists and Augus Lutheran churches have tak en ilmilar stands recently Originally the dispute was over for contract terms but it gradually settled down into an argument whether Kohler would rehire striker 18hour day and night of cam paigning calling his opponent the darling of the reactionary The Democratic vice presiden tial candidate also called Nixon a man already a candidate to suc ceed a lame duck HEADS CHIROPRACTORS DES MOINES Ray Deming Dubuque Monday was elected president of the Iowa Chiropractors Assn at the groups 40th annual convention which ended here Tuesday About Andrews Opens Drive for the Presidency RICHMOND T Cole man Andrews who served for three years as chief tax collector of the Eisenhower administration set out Tuesday to present his own presidential candidacy as a new home for the orphaned mem bers of both the old The 57yearold Richmond con servative was designated to carry the States Rights Tax Reform third party banner at a rally here Monday night Andrews and his running mate former Repub lican Congressman Thomas H Werdel Bakersfield are on the ballots in 14 states The Weather Mason City Fair and mild Tuesday night low 4751 Partly cloudy and mild Wednesday high 7578 Iowa Clear to partly cloudy and little temperature changes through Wednesday Low Tues day night in 50s Minnesota Fair and mild GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 69 Minimum Monday night 47 At 8 Tuesday 55 Precipitation 08 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 55 Minimum 24 tion Lets Alfalfa Bill Murray of Oklahoma Dies OKLAHOMA CITY on nomination bread died Monday butler beans and baindude AN AVERAGE YEAR Champagne Monday Airli Pacifi Peace Is OurGoal President Tour of West Is Launched MINNEAPOLIS tf President Eisenhower hitting out at an uished politicians of the opposi tion said Tuesday his administra tion is striving to dedicate the to to the constructive service of our civilization Continued peace is our In his text delivered at a cam paign rally in Centennial Plaza the President made no mention of the proposal by his Democratic rival Adlai Stevenson that an ef fort be made to halt Hbomb test ing It appeared clear that the Presi dent opening a fiveday campaign tour taking him to the West Coast was swatting indirectly at the Stevenson call for termination of the tests under certain conditions Peace Theme Echoing a world peace theme tie has sounded before in his drive or reelection Eisenhower asked Why the anguished cry of some politicians these days that we have made no gains whatsoever toward the peace we seek The plain truth is that Americans know very well the difference be tween the days of the Korean casualty lists And Americans have not for gotten those other around the our road to peace Austria Trieste West Ger many Guatemala Panama Cara cas and Geneva Are these anguished politicians really trying to bring Americans to believe that our nations voice is not and power mutual under standing and justice We are do ing exactly that in the Suez prob Presents Question And then the President put this question Can these politicians believe that Americans are blind to the strength and persistence of our efforts to dedicate the to the to the con structive service of our civiliza tion The President crossed the Mis sissippi River to Minneapolis after making his first campaign talk of this tour at Rice Park in the neighboring city of St Paul Eisenhower warmly defended his administrations agriculture record and swung again at the ideas of the Democrats in that field He said I believe that by any objecthe nondelivery of jet planes and tive yardstick the future today in other items of heavy equipment agriculture looks better more shall be maintained until the sit promising and more uation can be more accurately than at any time in this generaappraised during the days to ner Ditch in c 31 Saved TYPE OF PLANE DITCHED IN PACIFIC This is a Pun American Strato cruiser the type of which was ditched in the Pacific Ocean Tuesday more than 1 000 miles west of San Francisco The craft enroute from Honolulu to San Francisco car ried 24 passengers and a crew of seven To Continue Yugoslavian Economic Aid WASHINGTON M President Eisenhower decided Monday to continue economic aid to Yugo slavia but to hold up delivery of heavy military equipment includ ing about 200 jet warplanes The President announced his decision in keeping with foreign aid legislation which requires a determination by Tuesday wheth er continuing aid is in the interest of American foreign policy Careful Study In a letter to leaders of the Senate and House the President said that after careful study and examination he has decided The balance of available evi dence leads me to find that Yugo slavia remains independent of control by the Soviet Union and desires to continue to be inde The President said only small routine and longplanned deliver ies of military equipment would be allowed to go forward under his decision He added This attitude which implies keep it going that come Economic Aid I believe however that eco nomic aid for the people of Yugo slavia primarily in the form of foodstuffs may now prudently and wisely be proceeded The President said that if the 0 even tcr d TT if rm n lllc ricMucni saiu inai u me H Alfalfa Murray 86 Okaid was not continucd Tilo might lahomas ninth governor who bc drivcn 0 c n pendencc on the the 1932 Democratic presidential Bcsidcs food 6 platform of shjpped under the new directive Besides food goods to be in Marshalltown The vounger Von Tcrsch was arrested Sunday Officials snicl five outboard motors two boats including a fiberglass craft and an 300pound diesel engine were Found among the stolen equipment in the basement The diesel engine was stolen Agents announced ticaUy with Moscow in June of piece by piece from the Oliver Works Charles City where Von Tersch worked they said The outboard motors had been stolen from Nashua Maquokcta Beilevuc and Charles City they said However the officials didnt say how many other cities were involved in the thefls some ground force ma terials airplane spare parts and automotive equipment The United States has provided PARIS UP This years about a billion dollars in military champagne will be of average and economic aid to Yugoslavia q u a 1 i t the Association of since Titos regime broke drama i 1948 Dubuque Civic Leader Sentenced for Fraud Iowas Manufacturing Income TOPS AGRICULTURE IOWA CITY Iff For the first time in Iowa history income from manufacturing moved ahead of income from agriculture during 1955 the State University of Iowa Bureau of Business Research reported Tuesday The comparison was described as a preliminary one based on data compiled by the U S Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Iowa Employment Security Commission Iowa manufacturing income reached equality with agricul tural income in 1953 but fell to 25 per cent under the farm totals in 1954 Prior to 1953 income produced in manufacturing did not ever reach more than 80 per cent of Iowas agricultural in come and in some years was below half that from agriculture The 1955 rise was attributed to a 40 per cent decline from 1954 to 1955 in farm income a 10 per cent gain in factory payrolls and a better profit picture for Iowa manufacturing firms in 1955 as compared with 1954 IN INFANTS DEATH Forest City Woman Held for Murder Larceny Charges Filed Against Charles Cityan CHARLES CITY UP barges of grand larceny were filed Monday against Alfred Von Tersch 27 Charles City in connection with the theft oC a large quantity of merchandise Six charges were filed here and in Maquoketa and authorities said more would be filed as soon as they could sort out the stolon goods found in the basement of FOREST warrant for murder was issued Monday by the Winnebago County coroner against Miss Maryeth Devins 20 a Forest City waitress She is accused of having murdered a baby she bore two weeks ago The charge was filed against the unmarried mother after a coroners inquest was held to de termine the cause of death of a newborn boy found Saturday morning on the banks of the Win nebago River near Forest City Sheriff Maurice Monson said the baby was found by Baird Hibbs 12 about 7 Saturday The sheriff said the lad had finished his paper route and had gone to ill lil V 1JCI 1 I I I VJ I I L c the home of Von Terschs father vvooded alea to check on DUBUQUE UP T Ed ward Whelan 50 widelyknown Dubuque attorney civic leader and justice of the peace for 12 years was charged Tuesday with embezzling about as a public official and as the administrator of an estate He promptly pleaded guilty to both charges and was sentenced to 10 years in the Fort Madison State Prison on the charge of embezzling as a public officer and 5 years on the second charge District Judge Eugene J Keane ruled the two sen tences will run concurrently Keane also fined Whelan on the first charge County Atty Robert Oeth filed the charges in a county at torneys information A short time later Whelan and his at torney Louis F Fautsch en tered the courtroom and en tered the pleas Whelan also surrendered his license to prac tice law resigned as a justice of the peace and filed a bank ruptcy petition Fautsch said the money Whe lan took was gradually used up over the years because of sickness in the Whelan has a son who was crippled by polio in 1949 Two other children died in infancy i The charges were filed after a check by John Horning an examiner from the state au ditors office disclosed Whelan had failed to remit in fines and costs to the state He also was charged specifi cally with embezzling from the estate of Anne Grace Genthe Oeth said Whelan al so embezzled about from other estates he administered WellKnown Concert Singer Dies at 84 DES MOINES Mabelle Wagner Shank 84 widelyknown concert soprano for more than 50 years voice teacher light opera star and former recording artist died Monday at a hospital here Services will be Wednesday after noon with burial here minnows he kept in the river The sheriff look the woman into custody Saturday She admitted he said that she bore the child Sept 29 and kept the body in a suitcase in her room until Oct 6 She told authorities she had no recollection of injuring the baby Coroner Arnold Anderson Jr said Dramatic MidSea Incident Craft Had 2 Engines Out FROM OlK WIRE SERVICES SAN big Pan American transport plane with two engines disabled ditched in the Pacific Ocean Tuesday and the Coast Guard quickly rescued all 31 survivors The plane en route from Hono lulu to San Francisco broke in half upon hitting the water She ditched about midway between Honolulu and San Francisco Six women and three children were among the passengers Terse Message Plane is said a mes sage from the cutter Pontchar train after the plane plowed into the water at CST All 31 persons taken aboard All in good The plane under the splitsec ond control of Capt Richard 0 g g came down in 3to4 foot swells alongside of the cutter serving as the weather station N o which is stationed per manently in the CAPT OGG area The ships crew of 135 trained in airsea rescues had four boats over the side by the time the plane hit the water The plane remained afloat long enough for the crew to launch two liferafts and to transfer the 24 passengers of the mixed tourist first class flight to the lifeboats Five minutes after the last pas enger and crew member left the split plane a Transocean Airlines plane over the scene reported that the front section of the broken ship had sunk Dumped Gas The ditching came after Ogg had circled above the Pontchar train for more than four hours dumping gasoline and awaiting more favorable ditching condi tions At came a curt mes sage from the cutter Plane ditched Broke in half on contact Four rafts in water Many survivors apparent We have two boats in water Every effort being made to The cutter amplified the mes Isage with a second two minutes jhiter saying lhat the planes tail assembly had broken from the rest of the ship and was floating away The plane came down at a point miles west of San Francisco First word of the distressed plane came with a message dispatched i message uisyaicnea ov u a V when he radioed terse radio by Ogg at strangulation although a fraci lured skull also could caused death Dumping fuel Will definitely Alrcraft definitely have to dltcnThey are sti11 over ha Messages Tell Drama The body was in a paper sack t and the sheriff said there was a At Coast Guard said womans stocking around its neck It was brought to Mason City later Saturday for an autopithe vveather sJP but will not be sv able to make San Francisco or Sheriff Monson said Miss wiLh ins came to Forest Citv from 3u S3ld Crystal Lake about two iearsi 1 cnsine Ensme wmamulmg in a runaway con dition He is still keeping his air a so hearing will be held Tuesday in NT the office of the Justice Peace SAME WhiU tfetth Si Monson said a preliminary speed at 140 Lnable to feather or Shortly before 7 Pan American reported the plane had made two dry runs at a forced The survivors 15 men 6 wo men 3 children and a crew of to San Francisco Fire Loss at Burlington Plant BURLINGTON of K the Winegard Television AntennaK b Co Tuesday began the work of aboard the Pontchartrain The cleanup and salvage of plant wl take about and equipment damaged in a fire re which swept the plant here Mon day causing an estimated 000 damage 1 Filings from aluminum parts used in manufacturing TV anten nas fed the blaze have started from torch FFA CHAMP KANSAS CITY Mo Jim Brothwick 17 College Springs Iowa won the national speaking contest Monday at the annual welders convention of the Future of America believed to ;

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