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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 4, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North lowt Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKfS A L L NO RTH 1OWANS NllttHIORS HOME EDITION fnu ud United Full Seven CenU Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 1W4 Thli Paper ContUU oi Two OM No IM ENEMY JET BUZZES TEXAS TOWER A Start ire jet playing the Ffiday f the Texas Tower racial island miles rff Cape Cod Mass The plane was tracked by radar on the structure on its 160mile flight from Boston and a warning was flashed across the country The test was made as the tower started limited operation with the nations protective electronic fence Dulles Exhorts West to Hold Firm Against Reds To Map New Strategy for NATO Group Frouv Our PARIS Secretary of State John Foster Dulles said Friday that the forces of liburalism will rise and triumph in the Soviet Union if the West holds firm against theCommunist dictators Dulles made his statement at the opening secret session of the NATO Council The 15 foreign ministers of the member nations are meeting to map new strategy for the Atlantic alliance in the present period of transition brought on by the new Soviet policy of smiles Same Strength Dulles exhorted his colleagues to show the same strength in the face of the new Soviet tactics of friendliness that they did when Moscows policy was one of frowns and threats He predicted that if they did the West would then reasonably expect the Soviet Union to become an acceptable free nation Eight of the IS foreign minis ters sjjoke at the morning session and most of them were reported as having views similar to those of Dulles Dulles said the organization must be made into something more than a military One line of thinking calls for strengthening the economic ties of alliance members perhaps by distributing or at least directing the distribution of nonmilitary aid through the organization Machinery Another envisages tightening the pacts political machinery through more toplevel meetings and attempts to solve differences between members French Foreign Minister Chris tian Pineau already has outlined to Dulles a plan calling for a new agency to distribute aid to back ward countries France wants the agency set up outside NATO and within the framework of the United Nations or some similar world Informants said Dulles and Britains Selwyn Lloyd agreed in a meeting Thursday that the eco nomic and political functions of NATO must be expanded but Britain opposes extension of the organization into the field of aid to underdeveloped areas outside the alliance membership Lloyd was said to have told Dulles Britain will agree to ex pansion of the consultative func tions of NATO in the political field but thinks aid programs should be pushed through other existing institutions Mamie Eisenhower Hears New Song Written for Her WASHINGTON UP Mamie Eisenhower Friday heard a new song called Mamre at a congiessionv club party The song was written especially for the occasion by Slim Willet of Abilene composer of Dont Let the Stars Get in Your The song goes Just tike a rainbow brightens a rainy day Mamie can smile and her winning smfle makes it a brighter day More Rain Heads for State Cool Weather Remains Sunny skies and cool tempera tures were the rule over Iowa Friday but the Weather Bureau said more rain was heading to ward the state from the west The rain was expected to reach the extreme western counties ate Friday night and gradually spread over the entire state by Saturday night The outlook for the next five days is for rainfall averaging a half to threefourths of an inch with temperatures averaging around 5 to 10 degrees below nor mal Rains left a half inch or more of moisture at some northern Iowa points Thursday Army Draft Call to Hit in July WASHINGTON The Army Friday issued a draft call for 000 men in July more than he previously announced quotas ror May and June None of the other services is now using the draft The increase n the Army call reflects deci sions to boost Army strength slightly in the fiscal year start ing July 1 Spring Hits College Boys Over Nation By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Spring has hit the college boys again They whooped it up from Con necticut to California Thursday night and early Friday giving po lice quite a workout before peace was restored It wasnt clear what sent the lads skittering about in the new rash of silly season antics Au thorities lumped it all under the heading of spring Two Hospitalized The biggest whooptedo took place at Philadelphia where two policemen were hospitalized and an estimated 170 students were hauled off to City Hall and jailed A quartet of college pranksters ouched off the rumpus by throw ng up a roadblock at a busy in tersection Police sped to the scene and a giant melee ensued Other undergrads joined in to boo officers pelt them with eggs and finally rocks Big Bonfire At the University of Southern lalifornia several hundred sut dents went on a rampage early Friday along Fraternity Row They tossed firecrackers beer cans and wine bottles and set a big bonfire in the street Fearful coeds in sorority houses by a rumor that panty raid was to take place jolted and barricaded their doors Nothing happened though At Yale about 300 collegians mostly freshmen thronged a cen ral intersection in New Haven Conn They proceeded to toss fire crackers eggs and waterfilled bags Police quickly converged arrested five lads and broke up the fun In New Brunswick some 500 Rutgers University students tossed pails of water and garbage at each other in what police de scribed as a riot along Fratern ity Row Farmhand Held in Death of Lester Mohr of Redfield TO VISIT PAH IS PARIS Presi dent Tito will arrive here Mon day to begin an official visit ex pected to last about five days REDFIELD UP A farmhand was being held in the Dallas County jail at Adel Friday on a charge of assault with intent to do great bodily injury after a man was found dead here fol lowing a fist fight Dallas County Sheriff Evan Burger said Robert Aldrich 23 the farmhand fought with Les ter Moor 41 on a county road southeast of here Wednesday night Mohr was found dead Thursday morning at the farm home near here where be boarded Sheriff Burger said it had not been determined what started the fight It was witnessed by Jacqueline Davis 16 former stepdaughter of Mohr the sheriff said Mohr was divorced from the girls mother An autopsy late Thursday re vealed that Mohr died of inter nal bleeding caused by a se vere blow in the abdomen Cor oner Richard Fouch said Mohr and Aldrich had been in a tavern in Redfield ear lier in the evening Fouch added Navys Strength Not Mentioned Ike Defends Air Arm White House Says Chotiner Had Right to Quiz Two Aides WASHINGTON UPtThe White House said Thursday night it see not the slightest improper aspect in conferences Murray M Chotiner had with two presidential aides in behalf of law clients Chotiner managed Vice President Nixons 1952 campaign An attorney in Beverly Hills he has been active in California Republican affairs for years Chotiner told the Senate Investigations subcommittee Thursda he never did use any influence1 in behalf of his clients He cstifiec that two White House staff bers had made telephone calls from their offices in connection with cases he was handling The appraisal that there Avas not the slightest impropriety came from James C Hagerty President Eisenhowers press sec retary Hagerty said he had been able to track down just two instances in which Chotiner had contacted White House aides on clients cases and that in each of them the eventual ruling was against Chotiners client Cases Hagerty said both were airline ases before the Civil Aeronau ics Board Chotiner and Hagerty toth named those contacted as Maxwell Rabb and Charles WDlis Jr Willis has left the White House and is employed by the W R Grace Co in New York Hagerty said Rabb had not called the CAB for Chotiner and tha Willis did not recall doing so bu may have Chotiner had been summone before the Senate subcommitte for miestioni qbfnt entirely dtf fererit cases The group is searching for evi dence of graft in the awarding o some Army uniform contracts Chotiner has served as an attor ney for some key witnesses who refused to answer subcommittee questions on the ground of possi ile selfincrimination Chotiner was asked by the sub ommittee chairman Sen Me iellan whether he knew that Atty Gen Brownell or one of1 his top aides had instructet Justice Department lawyers in a memorandum to proceed cau ipusly in any dealings with him Sought Copy Chotiner replied is he first Ive ever heard of McClellan told reporters I do have information that such a memo was written and said he s asking the Justice Departmeni or a copy Chotiner testified he has had no connection with Nixons of ice since 1952 but that he has een there and has seen Nixon His earnings he said have suc cessively declined each year of he Eisenhower administration At the end of Thursdays hear ng the subcommittee released ihotiner from the witness stand saying he may be called back la er The groups hearings were recessed until next week Parker Plans Appeal to High Court Convicted of First Degree Murder LINCOLN NEB F Parker 24 was convicted of first degree murder late Thursday and a solemnfaced jury specified sentence of life in prison A defense attorney promptly said the case would be appealet to the Nebraska Supreme Court ii necessary The jury of seven men and five women reached its verdict at It was rend to a courtroon filled with hushed spectators a after Parker wa brought into the chambers fron the Nebraska penitentiary and a lornofs for both sides were auni moned Verdict Parker was convicted of stran gling his 22yearold wife the former Nancy Morrison of Dei Moines last Dec 14 He sat ex pressionless as the verdict was read by Wilford Sanders clerk o the District Court and then bowed his head and wept His mother Mrs Lynn Parker Henderson Iowa wept as the ver diet was read Her husband sat with his head bowed and his hands covering his eyes The jury could have specified a death sentence Cites Innocence Defense Alty Kenneth Cook after the verdict I think he Sentencing a formality since Judge John L Polk must abide by he jurys recommendation will be deferred for some time There are 10 days in which the defense may decide on whether to appeal Cook said if an appeal is denied he case will be carried to the Nebraska Supreme Court The jury declined to be ques ioned by reporters but it was earned the verdict came after l Ballots The jury got the case Tuesday after 17 days of trial Two Held in Death of Des Moines Man DES MOINES W Melvin Na haniel Brookins 38 Des Moines vfegro was fatally wounded Thursday Police said they licked up David Woods 67 and Snis Margretta Lee 37 both Negroes for questioning They quoted Woods as saying he shot Brookins in self defense Twin Cities Chosen for Legion Conclave INDIANAPOLIS na ional executive committee of the American Legion Thursday se eded Minneapolis and Paul for the organizations 1959 onvention This years conven ion will be held at Los Angeles lext years at Atlantic City The 958 site has not been announced SAME DARREL PARKER CAB Ruling Will Hit Segregation Moves WASHINGTON MR The Civil Aeronautics Administration said riday it will deny federal funds or construction of airport facili ies which are to be used on a acially segregated basis The CAA said its order provides lat the government will not con ribute any money for that part may be barred for ace creed or color INVITING A QUESTION With a smile PrSnt Eisenhower points to n reporter in his tiudience Friday as he invites another question during his weekly news conference The meetingwith newsmen was shifted from Wednesday because of the death of Sen Alben Barkley Senate Group Prefers Own Road Bill Over House Plan WASHINGTON Sen ate Public Works Committee voted 112 Friday to substitute the Senates version of high way legislation for the House bill but agreed to run the key feature the program 13 years as the House The vote to stretch out program of construction on a interstate highway system from 5 to 13 years had the effect of increasing federal state spending under the meas ure to about 37 billion dollars The Senates measure spon sored by Sen Gore DTenn provided for only 18 billion dollars as the Senate original ly passed it The House bill culls for a SiVSi billion dollar utate program The two totals arc not comparable however because the revised Senate version extends oirly the in terstate system construction program for 13 years and leaves the other three federal aid systems on the fiveyear basis originally voted by the Senate The House projected all four systems for 13 years The committee action sub ject to Senate approval would throw the controversy into a SenateHouse conference PEACE TRIP ENDED Israel Reports Its Territory Violated FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES charged Friday that Egyptian and Jor diiuan infiltrators violated Israeli territory only a few hours after United Nations SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold com pleted his peace mission in the Middle East One Jordan infiltrator was killed in a clash with an Israeli patrol authorities said Israeli Army Col Nchemia Brosh said that in one incident an Israeli patrol encountered Jordan infiltrators in the Gilboa region Thursday and shot one Gilboa icar the IsraelJordan border about 45 miles north of Jerusalem In a second incident Brosh said gyptians stole Israeli crops at Oz near the Gaza strip There was no fighting or casual ies he said Both incidents occurred short y after Hammarskjold flew lome to begin work on a report he hopes will transform his shaky easefire agreements into s per manent peace The U N official appeared in high spirits after almost a month jf discussions with Arab and Is aeli leaders Newsmen immediately pressed lim about a report from Beirut ndicating Lebanon had agreed to i ceasefire only so long as Israel id not resume diversion of the ordan River a powerirrigation roject dormant for 2Vi years The Israelis have threatened to tart it again Previously Syria nd Jordan also had made their easefire promises conditional on o Israel tampering with the Jor dan A spokesman for Hammarskjold aid the secretary would put out full text of the ceasefire agree ments within the next two days Disarmament Talks Result in Failure LONDON The Western owers Friday announced failure f the latest EastWest disarma Ml f a building which persons ment negotiations but said they i i reasons of believe an agreement with Soviet Russia M itill possibly The Weather Mason City Increasing cloudi ness Friday night low 40 Rain Saturday high around 58 Iowa Increasing cloudiness Fri day night and Saturday Occa sional showers extreme west late Friday night and spreading over the state Saturday Low Friday night low 40s Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Friday night through next Wed nesday will average about 5 to ID degrees below normal Nor mal highs 67 north to 71 south Normal lows 45 north to 50 south Rainfall will average onehalf to threefourths of an inch occurring as showers and possibly some thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday and again about Tuesday orWednesday Minnesota Cloudy showers GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Thursday Minimum Thursday night At 8 Friday Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 45 33 43 40 47 VISITS LINKS WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Eisenhower played golf Thursday afternoon at the Burn ing Tree Club It was the second time this week Eisenhower bad visited the golf course if Story to Be Told in Full Comments on Russ Power WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said Friday tho United Slates will feel a lot bolter about its air power posilion when hi fnl story has boon presented Eisenhower told a news confer the United States tins a very wwerful Navy with a powerful lir arm It said thai fact has cen lost sight of so far in com paring this countrys relative ilrength to that of the Soviet Jnion Eisenhower said this country Iocs not try to match Russia in jrmiml power Ho indicated it ihould not necessarily try to match the Soviet Union in the rate of output of such things as inter ontinental bombers Output Lags The Presidents remarks camo gainst a background of state ments earlier this week by Gen urtis LeMny chief of the Stra eglc Air Command and Secre ary of Defense Wilson that cur production of inter continental bombers capable of carrying bombs is lag ging behind Russian output LeMny predicted that Russia Is likely to surpass this country in the inlcrcontinenlnl bomb field by The SAC chief testified before Senate Armed ServicesSubcom mittee which is looking into tho relative positions of the United States and Russia as to air power Eisenhower was asked whether lie is concerned about that situa tion He replied that he believes ive ought to broaden our vision to ook at more than one part of whole picture Referring to LeMays testi mony Eisenhower said it is dis appointing that some B52 inter continental bombers have had to e rejected temporarily because of defects which he said are be ug corrected More fo Come But there still is much testl nony to come In the Senate com mittees investigation Eisen hower added and said it should not be forgotten that this country has the most powerful Navy in tha vorld and that it features one power No one he commented hat alked about that so far The President went on to say hat when the Defense Depart netit has had an opportunity lo resenl the whole picture regard ng Americas military might the people will find that great bodies rf men have not been idle Then he said the United States vill feel a lot better off when that uH picture has been ctter than the present picture jased on what he termed one bit if testimony As for whether he feels produc ion of B52s should be stepped up n the light of Russias forging head Eisenhower said he vouldnt necessarily say that roduclion of such planes laid already has been stepped up wice and he doesnt know what he Defense Department may rec mmend next The big thing he said is that ur air power is not confined lo ne type of airplane Other Matters The news conference also dealt with these other matters CHOTINER The President said he has no reason to believe any member of his staff has violated his orders as to ethical procedure or has been guilty of an indiscretion in contacts with Attorney Murray Chotiner TAX LIMIT Eisenhower said he would want to give very careful study to the idea of a constitutional limitation on income taxes before making up his mind He made that re mark when told that Sen Dirksen wants to put a ceiling on income taxes FOREIGN AID Eisenhower repeated that administration is studying V Uw ;