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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAFIR THAT MAKIS ALL WORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII AMOcUted Prca uri United Preu FuU LCIM Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 11 19S4 Paper Consuls of Two No Nixon Is Positive Choice GOP Election Team Set FKOM OUR MIRE SERVICES will be Ei senhower and Nixon again for the Republicans and the 20th Cen turys roughest persidential cam paign so far Vice President Richard M Nixon is as sure now of renom ination as is President Eisenhow er That was the impression Ei senhowers congressional c o n lerees carried away from Gettys burg Tuesday That is the judg ment of Republicans in general on Capital HOI Nixon returns Wednesday from his swing through the Far East as Eisenhowers No 1 ambassador I never had any said Sen Frank Carlson RKan when asked about Nixons renomina tion No echoed others who were sampled for Republican opinion on Nixons political future Seconded By Hagerty The Republican leaders who con ferred Tuesday with Eisenhower said they took it for granted that Nixon was to be named again for vice president Press Secretary James C Hag erly quickly backed them up I think it is very Hagerty said in response to a query Nixon probably will be the next Important visitor to the Gettys burg White House to report on his journey And the time has come for these two men unpre dictably teamed by politics to be gin planning their campaign strategy Nixon will press for a bareknuckled attack The drama of the coming cam paign and some of the bitterness arises from the arithmetic of their ages Nixon 43 wffl be en the ticket with a man of 66 years and whose TWh birthday would pass before the endjof a second term And the No 1 man has suf fered ft heart attack and major surgery in the past 10 months Top Campaign Issue The stark possibility that Eisen hower will not survive a second term and that Nixon would suc ceed him has been tagged by as a top cam issue Back there in the 30s there were whispers no they were prompt ly condemned of Frankiin D physical infirmity But it never became an openly discussed issue nor did the polio he suffered appear to curb FDRs spirits or vitality But a candidates health and life expectancy will be hotly disputed in this campaign with medical opinion as you like it All of this puts Nixon in an unprecedented spot for a second man The vice presidency uniformly has been an obscure position more often than not a dead end Malik Turns Out to Be Booster of Eisenhower LONDON Ambas sador Jacob Malik is an for President booster you heard HM Russias envoy to Brit ain as he swept into a party Tuesday night given by Harry British foreign office of ficial Heads turned his way ing some pronouncement from the Kremlin Sen said Malik has just announced that Ike is going to be a candidate This is fine news Another guest laughingly com mented it was strange hearing the Soviet ambassador bearing news about the American pres idency Im for said Malik The people of Europe know him They like him and trust him We can do business with President Brinks Suspect to Be Buried Saturday STOUGHTON Mass Brinks holdup suspect Stanley A Gusciora 36 who died in his prison hospital cell Monday night Will be buried Saturday An autopsy Tuesday disclosed that Guscioras death was caused by a tumorof the cerebral Democrats in Challenge to Eisenhower Claim GOP Fails to Support Him By JACK BELL WASHINGTON Wi Several Democrats challenged President Eisenhower Wednesday to raise Congress handling of his legisla tive program as an issue in the coming campaign Sen Humphrey DMinc said the Democrats are well armed with facts about a lack of Repub lican support in Congress for for eign aid which Eisenhower re portedly pledged Tuesday to stress in the campaign Help Farmers Before Eisenhower starts try ing to convince millions with his leap year liberalism I sugges that he try convincing about 225 Republicans in Congress ttattf goalong Hum phrey said It might be better for him to campaign a little for the farmers and small businessmen for the old age pensioners and the chO dren in desperate need of schoa Sen Sparkman the 1952 Democratic vice presidential nominee said Eisenhower have to explain how Republicans helped bottle up a Senalepassec housing bill in the House Vigorous Debate In Chicago Adlai E Stevenson frontrunning contender for the Democratic presidential nomina tion said the country would ben efit in the coming months from a searching and vigorous debate on our urgent Sen Kerr DOkla predicted Eisenhower will be defeated in November on the policy defense policy foreign policy and Eisenhowers intention to staj in running for a second term was announced after he met with GOP congressional leaders Tues day at Gettysburg Pa AP Wirephoto MISS Al ford 24 Baltimore a licensed pflot and an aeronau tical engineer for Glenn L Martin Aircraft Wednesday was named Miss Airpower of The brown haired browneyed beauty has been fly ing aince 1951 Billion Farm Surplus Products Sold Since 1954 WASHINGTON W Presiden Eisenhower reported Wednesday that of government iwned surplus farm products have been disposed of mostly the Agriculture Trade Development Act of 1954 He said in a semiannual report to Congress that nearly one or contracted for sale or donation during th first half of this year The act became effective In September 1954 It authorizes th sale of surpluses to friendly coun tries for their own currencies sales through barter deals do nations for famine relief am other assistance abroad and fo welfare use at home The commodities were acquirec under farm price support pro grams and the government sti holds commodities valued a more than eight biDion dollars 4th of July Accident Claims Second Life GREENFIELD UP Mrs James OBrien 28 Stuart died Tuesday of injuries received a twocar headon collision five miles south of here July 4 The Rev Harold Reel 47 Mount Ayr also was fatally in jured in the accident OB Iowa 25 He died July 6 AP Wirephoto ACTOR ARRESTED Actor Bobby Driscoll 19 stands in the Los Angeles police station Tuesday night after he was ar rested on a narcotics charge The youth who has been mak ing movies since he was 5 and is best remembered for his role in Treasure was taken into custody after a bag of marijuana was found in a car owned by himself and a friend King Queen Tour Earthquake Area ATHENS Greece King Paul and Queen Frederika toured Thir survivors of the Aegean earth quake which centered on that is land The official death toll rose to 54 Slight earth tremors persiste as the king and queen made thei way through Emporion Pyrgos Vothon Messaria and Phyra talk ing wilh the villagers The Athens Observatory re sorted more than 340 tremors ha eeh recorded sincethe bi quake struck about a dozen is lands and set off tidal waves a dawn Monday The Weather Mason CHy Partly cloudy witf occasional scattered shower through Thursday High Thurs day mid 80s Low Wednesday night mid 60s Iowa Partly cloudy with occa sional scattered light shower through Thursday Slight warmer southeast Wednesda night Low Wednesday night ir 60sr FiveDay lows Temperature Wednesday night through nex Monday will average 2 to 4 de grecs below normal Norma highs in upper 80s Normal low in lower 60s Cooling Thursdaj and Friday with little chang thereafter RainfaU will aver age near one inch west portion and from onehalf inch to on inch elsewhere Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data u to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 83 Minimum Tuesday night 59 At 8 Wednesday 72 YEAR AGO Maximum 82 Minimum 67 Dulles Calls for Release of European Captives Arbiters Continue Parleys Steel Strike in llth Day WASHINGTON W mediators met Wednesday with steel industry officials to lay the groundwork for a labormanage ment parley Thursday aimed at ending the 11day steel strike The closed door session held in the office of Mediation Chief Jo seph F Finnegan followed a meeting here Tuesday between mediators and leaders of the United Steehvorkers Union Heading the management dele gation Wednesday was John A Stephens vice president of Steel and chief negotiator for the strikebound companies Others with Stephens included Thomas W Patton vice presidenl of Republic Steel R H Larry counsel for Steel and John Morse counsel for Bethlehem SteeL Hit Assistants Assisting Finnegan at the ses sion were Clyde Mills assistant di rector of the Mediation Service and Robert H Moore special assistant to Finnegan The mediators with officials met Tuesdaj United Steelworkers Tfeeycptan it management and labor to gether at Pittsburgh Thursday fo resumption of negotiations The talks collapsed July 1 pre cipitating a strike which has idled workers and cut nationa steel production by 90 per cent Finnegan said after a onehour discussion with union officials the situation was grave but he wa confident that both sides cooperate in new bargaining ef forts Not An E merg ency He told newsmen he had as sured the union men a solution would be worked out only bj bargaining and it would not be imposed by the He said he would not term the strike a national emergency a this time David J McDonald steelwork ers president said the union is ready and willing to enter into collective bargaining although the strike was forced by the steel industry The union rejected the last com pany offer of a 52month contract Management said it provided a raise of 17 23 cents an hour the first year The union representing workers who averaged an hour before the strike began saic the proposed firstyear increase actually amounted to only 14 cent and the contract offer was too little and too SAME ARGENTINE QUINTS TO BE Diligent quintuplets who will be old on Friday pose on the steps of a swimming pool at their fashionable home in Buenos Aires Argentina Rarely photographed the children are left to Franco Maria Cristini Maria Fernanda Maria Esther and Carlos FBI Enters Kidnap Case WESTBURY N Y ul FBI forces Wednesday tackled he baffling case of kidnaped Peter Weinberger Under federal law the FBI had to hold off officially for seven days after the kidnaping Govern ment agents could have moved into the case earlier if they had evidence the victim was spirited across state borders After seven days the law presumes such a crossing Meanwhile cranks and crack pots have called the heartbroken mother and tormented her with reports that they have the child or know where he is All such reports have proved false so far But the 32yearold mother hop ing against hope has repeatedly taken in cash and tried to rendezvous with kidnapers who only existed in the cruel minds of hoaxers A Westbury pastor said after a visit with herthat she made two more futile trips Tuesday Seventeen crank calls were re ceived at the Weinberger home All were anonymous They came from as far away as Chicago and Pdntiac Mich Thompson Man Bound Over on Check Count STORM LAKE Lee Alvey 23 Thompson was bound over to the grand jury Tuesday on a charge of passing a forged check at a Sioux Rapids grocery store TO EASE SURPLUS PROBLEM Wont Grain in the Gas Tanks WASHINGTON UP Two farm state congressmen pro posed Wednesday that motor ists be required to bum up sur plus grain in their gas tanks Sen Karl Mundt RSD and Hep Ben P Jensen RIowa said in introducing their bill it would eliminate the govern ments bushel sur plus of com am wheat within 14 months and add no more than 3 cents a gallon to the cost of gasoline They said in a joint state ment that motorists would ben efit because lowgrade would he converted into smoother acting powerful highgrade extra mileage motor The JensenMundt bffl would prohibit sale of gasoline or motor fuel unless it contained at least 5 per cent by volume of alcohol manufactured from grain To enforce compliance k would levy an additional tax of 5 cents a gallon on production or importation of present types of fuel the advent of gascon suming automobiles and trac tors eliminated the horses and mules which used to consume the nowsurplus grain The bfll would waive the tax once the grain surplus is eliminated Mundt and Jensen said that made from been mixed in motor fuels in many other countries for many years One of those natioiu requires by law the use of 25 per cent agrol in all their motor fuel in order to keep their farm crops in normal They MM their biH is fair W they added Sf Bans Playing of ROCK H ROLL STUFF ST PAUL Minn Sfatlon WM1N Wednesday an nounced it wiM discontinue permanently all programming of rpck and roll and rhythm and bluW records Station officials said this policy had been set up in vrew of the recent outbreaks of violence in connection with this type of WMIN spokesmen said their statioq is the first popular music station in the country to publicly state its opposition to this brand of Police recently were called out to investigate the beginnings of a riot at the St Paul Auditorium where a rock and roil dance was reported to be getting out of hand Residents of St Louis Hit by Utility Strike ST LOUIS U5VA steady diet of barbecued food is hard to take Dining out soon becomes tiresome Cold water bath are the crudest blow of all This is the plight of thousands of St Louis area residents caugh in the middle of a utility strike now in its llth The strike against the Lactede Gas Co has produced a spreadin breakdown of naturalgas service that has affected to All efforts toward ending it in eluding state seizure of the firn under a law prohibiting strikes i public utilities have been un availing There was hope Wednesday however tbat the end may be sight An attorney for the strik ing members of Oil Chemica and Atomic Workers Union sai Yellow Lard to Be on Market Soon in State DES MOINES lard apparently will be on the market for sale in Iowa soon L B Liddy chief of the State Agriculture Departments dairy and food division said Wednes day that a large Iowa packing plant has asked and received per mission to sell artificially colored yellow lard He added that there is nothing in Iowa law to prevent it Liddy said the firm John Mor rell and Ottumwa proposes to market yellow lard in compe tition with vegetable shortenings of the same color The product will have to be la beled as lard and the label must show it contains artificial color ing he said Didnt Start Princess Grace Says PARIS Grace of Monaco Wednesday gracefully declined to say whether she is expecting an heir Im afraid we didnt start all these the former Grace Kelly of Hollywood Philadei phia said smile at her husband Prince Rainier The royal couple ar rived in Paris this morning by train for their first visit abroad since their honeymoon voyage to Spain Answers Russian Charges Comments on New Unrest ROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Secretary of tate John Foster Dulles Wednes ay called on Russia to liberate aptive peoples in Eastern lurope and thus undo the evil one in Stalins Dulles made the statement in ommenting on a resolution assed last month by the Central Committee of the Soviet Commu ist Party which explained buses by the late Josef Stalin nd measures taken to prevent heir recurrence Within the Soviet system he old a news conference only the of vigorous democratic in stitutions will genuinely insure against the corrupting power of despotism World Watches The whole world will therefore Dulles said to see what will actually come of the present He then added If they dependably alter the domestic and foreign policies and practices of the Soviet state it would benifieially transform the world scene We hopefully await they would comply with a cour order to return to work Mountains of dirty clothes are piling up Tea kettles and elec tric hot plates discarded years ago have been retrieved from at tics Camp stoves and jce boxes are in great demand Barbecue pits are in use as never before Mrs John Kitchen who has been without service since July 4 is using a deep fat frier for cooking But shes on a diet pro hibiting fried foods husband rigged up some kind of apparatus in the base ment with a tub and charcoal fire under it for a hot bath I wouldnt even look at h Im just doing the best I can with water heated in an electric coffee Christina Spahn in an apart ment building with no service since last week said neighbor hood laundromats are so rushed theyve quit accepting more busi ness Vlts going to be terribie if it keeps she INDUSTRIAL GAINS DES MOINES indus trial gains in the first six months of 1956 opened up new jobs the Iowa Development Commis sion said Wednesday Dulles had a prepared state ment which he read concerning the Soviet Union As to other matters Dulles 1 Made a new expression on the issue of In a recent speech Dulles had said hat with few exceptions neutral ity is But Wednes day he defined membership in the Jnited Nations as xality and he said that since vir tually all nations in the free world now belong to the there are few if any neutrals Change for Better Asserted anew that he be ieves liberalizing forces within Russia will prove irresistible in eventually changing the Soviet Union for the better 3 Described United States re ations with India as fundamental y good despite surface irritations and differences of view in foreign policy 4 Appeared to disagree slightly with Vice President Nixon on Nix ons statement in Asia last week bat Soviet economic aid puts a rope around the neck of a free nation Dulles said free nations run a risk and he thought that Soviet aid was given for strong political purposes buthe did not believe that in even1 it would involve a Jgreat danger 5 Endorsed a Nixon statement that the United States will give aid as desirable to countries which also obtain assistance from the Soviet Union In this connec tion Dulles said that Nixon had well stated United States policies Russ Protest Air Violations WASHINGTON pro tested Tuesday that military planes have engaged in what it called gross violation of Soviet air Soviet Ambassador Georgi N Zarubin handed a protest note to Secretary of State Dulles He told newsmen it charges that Ameri can military aircraft flew as much as 320 kilometers into Rus sian territory July 4 5 and 9 He said the planes invaded Soviet air over Pinsk Kalingradj Vttna and sev eral other cities Some of them invaded our space for two hours and one he said Most of the cities mentioned are iii the former Baltic states which Russia seized State Department Press Of ficer Lincoln White said the Rus sian noteprotested against over He said that when it translated into English the matter be turned over to the Defense Department ;