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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited far MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HI NfWSFAPEIl THAT MAKIS A L L NORTH IOWANS NIIGHIOCS HOME EDITION VOL LXil Associated Prcn and United Full Lease Seven CcnU a Copy MASON CITY JOWA MONDAY JULY U Ike Resumes Duties at the White House This Paper Consists of Two No J4t One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qaiaej S30 SntitUj KGLO liMI tis WOL Amei 618 ThuncUj WS01 U CJty Dictators Are an Expensive Luxury RRGENTINA is still counting the cost of the dozen years of misrule and corruption it suf fered under Juan Domingo Peron Although its been almost a year since Peron took to his sanctuary on a naval craft in the Plate River new items of devastation wrought by him and his blond Evita are being uncovered each passing day An intimate link between Adoif Kilter and not only Peron but Mrs Peron has been established by documentation It has been re vealed that Peron and his origi nal organization known as GOU Group of United Officers were financed from the German em bassy in 1943 and that Eva Duarte was in the Nazi service even be fore she met and hypnotized Peron Another fact established in the months since Peron flew the coop is that although he was under the Hitler banner his real hero was BACK AT DESK AP Wircphoto President Eisenhower looks over impor tant papers at his desk in Wash ington first ap pearance there since being stricken with an intestinal dis order on June 8 His schedule Monday was a light one how ever Ringling Bros Circus Folds Up for Year PITTSBURGH W Ringling Bros Barnum Bailey Combined Shows long billed as the great Schedule to Be Slowly I ncreased Plans Trip to Panama WASHINGTON ft President Eisenhower went back to work at the White House Monday He reported at his office at for the first time since he was stricken with an intestinal ailment June 8 He met with staff members conferred with Lewis W chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission and had a meeting with Secretary of State Dulles White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty told reporters beforehand the meeting with Dul les would include a discussion of matters to be taken up at the Panama City meeting of Ameri can presidents which Eisen hower will attend next weekend Expanded Meeting Hagerty also disclosed Eisen hower will take part Friday in an expanded meeting of the Na tional Security council to mark his participation in the beginning of Operation Alert the federal Civil Eisenhower will not hold a news McKEON GETS ADVICEMarine Matthew McKeon left and onVofhh civilian attorneys Thomas Costello discuss McKeons defense before the start of court martial proceedings Monday at Parris Island S C Costello is Mt K e o n s brotnermlaw Monday Benito Mussolini He planned emulate Benito in Argentina minded that II Duce ended upjp hanging from a lamp post Peron j explained had studied on is est show on week He will hold folding its circus usual weekly meeting Tuesday returning ivv Republican congressional Sarasota t Then on Thursday he will pre A statement from John Ringling North board chairman and head side for the first time since his operation at the regular meeting Mussolinis mistakes and would of the National Security CounciT repeating them circus as it now to by the expanded Where 1MJ is in my Opinion a g J than once Ive wondered of the past We are considering HagertV said the Chief ExeVm where Peron was and he was doing in 1941 when I spent a bit of time in Argentina on a Car negie factfinding mission I nev er heard his name mentioned Because of illness suffered by the regularly elected president Ro berto Ortiz Ramon Castillo was plans for the future which may involve an almost completely mechanically controlled exhibi The circus has been weather and tive whose doctors have de scribed him as not completely re covered from the intestinal oper plagued minor incidents during its current tour vuiioCrVUUlV t acting president with Gen as far as Milwaukee un exercising the powerj til Aug 45 with other showings hrone It wasnt a tentatively scheduled after that putting it Lintp behind the throne healthy condition mildly A point made by me several times in my report was that the situation appeared to be taUorithe Ig56 season to an Hitler S At that very time Ive no doubt Pcron f p W Presentation of Ringling as an army colonel was gettingj in some licks toward that end in some Argentine post In a brief two years he was in the saddle and on the way to wiping out all semblance of freedom The methods employed by Peron aided by Eva Duarte whom he was to make first lady were those practiced by Fascists Nazis and Communists not to mention demagogs in a democ racy The big lie taking from those who have and giving to those who havent and monu mental corruption were the prin cipal ingredients of the Peron scheme to entrench himself in power With Other Ptoples Money Just before an election in 1946 Peron issued an order requiring all employers tc pay their work ers an extra months wages a precedent which is still followed incidentally This was typical of the Peron fiscal course No re quest for higher pay ever went ation performed June 9 will work more or less as usual during the this week But the press It had been booked be j 3S SU Increase Schedule The program outlined by Hager ty was in line with advance indi cations that Eisenhower would in crease his work schedule gradu ally as he has been doing for the last two weeks at his Gettys burg farm Eisenhower posed with Dulles for his first pictures after his re turn to his White House duties Reporters went into the presi dents office along with the cam eramen There was general agree ment Eisenhower looks better than he has for some weeks al though there still was a notice able absence of the oldtime Eisen A company spokesman blamed increasing labor troubles as one of the major reasons for bringing the H R and B r u Combined Shows will 3 1957 at Madison Square Gar den in New York and will play the 1957 season in other aircondi tioned arenas all over the United Printing presses work turning out unanswered were put to more pesos a very considerable part of which stuck to Perons own hands The inflation set up by this pro cedure is reflected in the fact that when Peron was ousted a peso had just onetenth the value it had when he came into power on June 4 1943 All this happened in a dozen years What had been about the most stable currency in the world had degenerated into paper money of questionable value While Peron and Eva were bribing their way to support from the working class with other peoples money of course they were also chipping away at free dom of the press and the power of church Repudiated prom ises became more and more the rule La Ranked High After the radio and other means of mass communication had been taken over the Perons felt se CONTINUf D ON PAGE 3 Crank Telephone Call Grounds Airliner for Three Hours ELKO Nav appeared to be a crank call grounded a United Air Lines DC6 with 63 per sons aboard for three hours here Sunday night before the plane continued its flight to Chicago The sequence started when man called Uniteds office in San Francisco where the plane had just taken off Oh my gasped the man My wife is aboard Theres dyna mite Then he hung up UALs message reached Capt J W Nelson in charge of Flight 500 at over Elko He jettisoned gasoline and made an emergency landing at Elkos land ing strip The passengers were hastily taken off with their luggage The plane was moved to a remote part of the field and thoroughly searched Nothing was found The plane took off for Chicago three hours later Committee Votes to Drop Admission Tax WASHINGTON UP The House Ways and Means Commit tee voted Monday to drop the 10 per cent federal tax on movie ad mission costing or less The exemption also would apply to admissions of or less to sporting events concerts and all the other public events which are subject to the tax The federal admissions tax at present applies to movies other events to which the admission is more than 50 cents hower vigor The President obviously has gained back some weight and his color has improved even since he last saw newsmen That was last week in Gettysburg at the time Republican Senate Leader Know land announced Eisenhower would seek reelection His doctors reported Saturday his improvement had gained mo but they cautioned that his return to Washington should not signify that his convalescent period has been 3 lowans Drown in Weekend Swim Accidents BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS At least two persons drowned in swimming accidents in Iowa Sun day Another lowan drowned in an Oklahoma lake Charles Michael Yetter 5 son of Mr and Mrs Charles D Yet ter West Des Moines drowned Sunday afternoon at the Camp Dodge swimming pool north of Des Moines The youngster apparently jumped or fell into nine feet of water and was not discovered un til his mother reported him miss ing several minutes later Thomas McGovern 20 son of Mr and Mrs George McGovern Cascade drowned in the Maquo keta River at Hartwick Sunday evening Hartwick is a summer resort near Delhi Airman Lester K Haltand identified as from Esthervflle Iowa drowned Sunday night while swimming with friends at Lake Lugert near Altus Okla Nations Economy Passes the BILLION MARK WASHINGTON Barring a drawnout steel strike Secretary of Commerce Weeks says he expects business this year to be excellent little better than last Weeks expressed his opinion in an interview Sunday a few hours before his department reported the country has finally achieved a 400 billion dollar yearly rate of total production for a sixmonth period The Commerce Department said revised show the gross national product the total of all goods and services reached the annual rate of 402 billion dollars in the last three months of 1955 and went on up to for the first three months of this year Economists have been looking forward to the time when a 400 billion dollar rate would be reached President Eisenhower has safd the total should go to 500 billions in another 10 years The figure for last year was computed at 391 billions Strike Against Chicago and Great Western Is Postponed WATERLOO W Both a scheduled court hearing and a hreatened strike of six union jrotherhoods on the Chicago and Great Western Railroad have been postponed The court hearing had been set by Federal Judge Henry N Graven to open Monday in Wa Loss in Fire at Humboldt major fire J P Anderson HUMBOLDT destroyed the umber Co and the Lindhart Chevrolet Co here early Monday Jnofficial loss estimates ran as high as The fire of unknown origin broke out at the lumber firm It spread to the garage Cars from nside the motor firm were re moved while the fire was in prog Sheriff E H Bradley in esti mating the loss said the garage received about damage and the lumber companv approxi mately terloo The strike notice was issued Saturday and the work stoppage was to have begun Wednesday After issuance of the strike no tice the railroad asked for an injunction to halt the strike The road contended the union had failed to comply with arbitra tion procedures Judge Graven issued sum monses to 50 union officials di recting the union to show cause why an injunction should not be issued The brotherhoods involved were the clerks telegraphers signalmen shop craftsmen freight handlers and yardmas ters Spokesmen for the brother hoods said the difficulties in volve a long list of grievances Only one of the brotherhoods is seeking a pay raise union of ficials said Officials said that the National Railway Mediation Board stepped in and will begin hearings in Kan Court Martial of McKeon is Opened Delay Asked on Drinking Counts PARRIS ISLAND general court martial of Sgt Matthew C McKeon opened her Monday with the defense makin a bid to sever for later trial a charges relating to drinking McKeon a former drill instruc tor is charged with manslaughte in the April 8 drowning of six Ma rine his conunanc Other charges accuse him of op pression of recruits possession o alcoholic beverages and drinking in the presence of a recruit Defense Attorney Emile Z Ber man of New York City asked the courts law officer who decides the legal questions of the trial to eliminate the two drinking charges Herman made the mo tion and presented his arguments with members of the court panel excused from the courtroom Minor Charges Berman claimed that both Russ Reiterate Motion to Ban Nuclear Testing MOSCOW ftfl The Soviet Union Monday called on he United States and Britain to agree that all three coun ries will stop testing nuclear weapons Dmitri Shepilov making his first public address here since tafc ng over from V M Molotov as foreign minister told dele gates to the Supreme Soviet this aim could be achieved in any of three ways He listed these as 1 Within the framework of the United Nations 2 A tripartite agreement among the three powers concerned other countries could join Secret Data Tells About Navy Punch New Missile Ship Tested WASHINGTON fJP The Navy says it has succeeded in sending owflying bombers miles nto the heartland of the United states without being detected by American radar The penetration was successful ven though defense forces were alerted that the attempt would be made senators were told Senior naval officers also say a new shiplaunched atomic missil now under development with th Army will be able to hit any tar get within ninetenths of the vas Communist holdings in Europ and Asia Secret Testimony This was contained in hithertc secret testimony before the Sen ate Airpower Investigating Sub committee headed by Sen Sym ington The assumption that the atomi missile hit a Communis target was based on the ability o the launchingship to get close enough but Navy officers were optimistic in praising the mile Jupiter missile Rear Adm C D Griffin speak ng for Adm Arleigh Burke chief of naval operations said the Jur piters will hit the chosen targets vith a relatively high degree of whether launched rom submarines or surface ships Griffin and Vice Adm Thomas Combs chief of naval opera ions for air said the Navy now has 10 ships equipped to launch drinking charges are minor range Regulus mis City Tuesday on the dispute AP Wirophoto streams of BATTLE AT WANAMAKERS Eight water are directed against the shell of the former Wana maker department store in downtown Manhattan Mon day two days after flames were first noticed in the abandoned building Floods of water suspended some subway service in the area prejudice the case He pointed out that neither of the graver charges mentions alcohol He said he did not ask for a final disposition of the drinking charges only that they not be considered by this court The law officer Navy Capt I N Klein continued to hear argu ments from both sides about Ber mans motion and made no imme diate ruling McKeon was present in the courtroom He repeatedly mois tened his lips cast glances about the room and fumbled nervously with his hands Incidental Trial Both the defense and Marine sile with an atomic or hydrogen warhead Longer Range An improved Regulus with a longer range and a speed equal to or faster than the speed of sound has been flighttested they said Combs emphasizing the imme diate readiness of the Navys air and missile power said in the event or threat of war all forces know exactly where they are to go and how to get there and when they get there they know what they are to Combs said the master plan calls for the longrange bombers of the Strategic Air Command ater 3 Separate official statements rom each government declaring hey were abandoning nuclear ests In Washington American offi ials said they were opposed to ny scheme for ending tests of tomic and hydrogen weapons nless this ban is part of a con rolled disarmament program Shepilovs proposal they said s not new and in effect is similar o an Indian plan rejected by the United States Britain Australia and Canada at the last week Propaganda Move The Soviet foreign ministers move in reiterating the Russian stand appeared to these officials as an effort to reap propaganda advantages from the current deadlock by advancing a proposal which the Western Powers have already turned down Shepilov urged the threeway agreement shortly after the Su preme Soviet meeting in the Kremlin unanimously adopted an appeal addressed to all other par liaments in the world to join with the Soviet Legislature in demand ing an end to the arms race and swifter progress toward disarma ment His statement came in a debate on a motion lated adopted unani mously extending Soviet support to an appeal from the Japanese Parliament for an end to nuclear weapons tests The Soviet action came just a week before the scheduled start of peace treaty with the JapaiKse Highly Active Soviet diplomacy has been highly active on the atom front ately Last week the Soviet Union called for creation of an allEu opean organization in which both the United States and the Soviet Union would take part to ontrol the peacetime use of tomic energy in Europe With good will from the United states and Great Britain it wouid iot be difficult to find a formula or Shepilov de clared Decorah Youth Dies in Leap From Truck DECORAH Harness 1 Decorah was killed Monday vhen he struck his head on road ide rocks after leaping from a ruck on which the brakes appar ntly failed Authorities said Barness appar ntly jumped when his truck ap eared headed for a crash at a T intersection on a country o a d in northern Winneshiek County The truck continued past he T and was demolished in a ravine commandant Gen Randolph C and tle wnoie batch of us to all strike targets in which the cov erage is He said the Mediterranean 6th Fleet has the assignment to de stroy Russian satellite fighter and bomber bases in southern Europe Combs said the Navy would re main and fight in the Mediter ranean in the event of a nuclear war Pate agreed that McKeons trial has become almost incidental The larger issue both said is whether the Marines past meth ods of turning out hardened dis ciplined fighting men were justi fied and if so was McKeon merely following known customs The 31yearold sergeant from Worcester could receive a maximum sentence of four years and eight months imprisonment if found guilty McKeon who has two children said he ordered a night march for his recruits after he caught some of them frolicking during a smok ing period He said the march was to teach them BOOBOO BY GEORGE LITTLETON Colo A Hinshaw wont be a candidate for the Republican nomination for state representative after all He forgot to register as a Republi can SAMC DATE About Four Charged With Possessing Burglary Tools ALGONA Charges of pos sessing burglary tools have been filed here against two men and two women companions They are Robert H Ruan 31 Gilford Shoherg 23 Beverly Bruno and Glenine Sundstrom both 22 all of Omaha Ralph Lindhorst Kossuth Coun ty sheriff said the four were arrested Saturday when officers became suspicious of their ac tions He said burglary tools were found in the car along with a quantity of silverware re ported stolen at Pipestone Minn Shoberg and the two women pleaded innocent at arraign ments Saturday and were bound over to District Court Kuans case was continued Bond was set at for Shoberg and at each for the women The Weather Mason City Generally fair through Tuesday Cooler Mon day night low in 60s High Tuesday low 90s Iowa Generally fair through Tuesday Cooler Monday night low 60s Fiveday Iowa Temperature Monday night through Saturday will average near normal Nor mal highs 88 north to 90 south Normal lows 63 north to 65 south Only minor daily temper ature changes are expected Rainfall will average onehalf inch occurring as showers the latter half of the period Minnesota Fair and pleasant GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a Monday Maximum Sunday 92 Minimum Sunday night R5 At 8 a Monday 77 YEAR AGO Maximum 77 Minimum 65 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday 83 Minimum Saturday night 66 At 8 Suaday Precipitation None YEAR AGO Maximum 19 Minimum mr ;