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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for Out MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NIIGHBORS HOME EDITION AMQdited Preii United Presi Full Lease Wires Seven Cents n Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY U 1956 This Paper of Two M Ike Submits 5Point Medical Program See New Offensive on Peace Russ Change Tune Again By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON Cffl R u s s i a n bosses Nikolai Bulganin and Nikita S Khrushchev appear to be launch ing a new peace offensive designed to revive the spirit of and regain a measure of Western good will The timing of their moves sug gests too that they want to offset in advance any criticism of their recent bahavior which President Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Eden may make after talks here next week Two developments may signal a renewed Soviet emphasis on peace 1 Premier Bufganins letter to Eisenhower delivered with full diplomatic ceremony Wednesday While the contents have not been officially disclosed the letter was described fay the White House as friendly in tone and containing certain ideas for Eisenhower to study further in the interest of promoting world 2 A threehour interview which Communist party boss Khrushchev gave in Moscow to Marshall Mac duffie a New York attorney who is a longtime duff ie quoted Khrushchev as say ing he thinks American leaders in cluding Eisenhower basically strive for peace and dp not want war Friendly Tone MacDuffie said he spent more than three hours with Khrushchev whom he quoted as saying Soviet leaders believe there should be fur ther relaxation of international ten sions f He described all of Khrushchevs references to Eisenhower as very MacDuffie now representing the International Trade Shows of New York was chief of the United Na tions Relief and Rehabilitation Administration in the Soviet Uk raine just after World War II He first met Khrushchev then and saw him again on trips to Russia in 1953 and 1954 He told newsmen in Moscow that Khrushchev bracketed Sir Anthony Eden and French Premier Edgar Faure among the Western leaders who in the opinion of Soviet offi cials do not want war Eden is now enroule to this country on the liner Queen Eliza beth A dispatch from the ship said his party shosved no surprise at the Eulganin letter to Eisenhower Broad Approach Washington sources familiar with the letter indicated it made a broad approach to the problem of U relations and was not as officials had thought likely in advance of its delivery devoted primarily to disarmament One informant described it as going beyond The letter and the Khrushchev interview mark a new turn in what Eisenhower and Secretary of State Dulles regard as a zigzag Soviet tough some times early last year The peaceful policy reached its zenith at the summit conference in Geneva in July Bulganin and then gave assurances of friendly cooperation toward re ducing international tensions That spirit of Geneva was al most completely destroyed at the OctoberNovember meeting of the Big Four foreign ministers at Ge neva There the Soviets rejected German unification unless it pre served Communism in Germany rebuffed new Western approaches on disarmament and refused to go along with any measures for in creasing EastWest contacts Equally effective in showing thai the Geneva spirit did not mean any give in basic Soviet atti tudes wore Soviet actions through out the fali and winter in South Asia and the Middle East WASHINGTON W Pre trial settlements freeing patents of two corporate giants in electronics left pending Thursday only one govern ment antitrust case in the field This case involving Radio Corp of America is currently on the trial calender of the Fecleral District lourt at New York City RCA attorneys were reported to lave been in Washington recently for conferences at the Justice De partment and a trip to New York OTTUMWA PLANT entire plant of the Winger ManufacturingCo0 in Ottumwa was destroyed in a spectacular early morning fire Thursday A moderate S embers flying over a wide area Damage was estimated at more than Cause of the fire was not known RCA Is Lost Case Left on federal Antitrust Docket Murky Sky to Bring Another Batch of Snow Bjr The It was murky Thursday over much of eastern Iowa as fog cut y morning visibility to near zero and temperatures at some points dropped toward a similar reading The fog was a harbinger of a new snowstorm which the Weather Bureau said would push into west rn Iowa Thursday afternoon and spread over the state during the night The mercury dropped to 10 below zero at Spencer early Thursday morning whiie Rapids re ported 3 above and Waterloo and Burlington had readings of 6 above Other lows ranged up to 24 degrees at Des Moines The Weather Bureau said the snow will spread over the state Thursday night ending in the west Friday morning and diminishing in the east Friday afternoon Still another storm will enter western Iowa Friday night and spread snow across the state Saturday the Weather Bureau The bands of snow wont bring much change in temperatures however The fog in eastern Iowa persisted through most of the morning The State Highway Patrol reported visi bility limited to 25 to 50 feet in some places around Tipton and Marengo Highways however were reported normal except for a frost blanket on bridge floors and at a few spots on the roads ity Wednesday by Asst Atty 5en Stanley N Barnes led to ipeculation that negotiations for a settlement of this litigation also might be in progress The second antitrust patent set tlement in as many days was an nounced Wednesday by Atty Gen Browhell in the case of Interna tional Business Machines The first announced Tuesday involved American Telephone and Tele graph and its affiliate West rn Electric Co Tbe attorney general said a con ent judgment entered in the New York Federal Court will re quire IBM to make all of its pres ent patents and those ohjtained in the next five years available to anyone wanting to use them for manufacturing in the United States The patents relating to tabulat ing cards and cardmaking ma chinery will be on a royaltyfree Dasis Those covering tabulating and electronic data processing ma chines sometimes called elec tronic be supplied x all applicants along with IBM at reasonable royal ties In New York Thomas Watson who heads IBM called some of the terms accepted by his com pany said IBMs con sent is not an admission of any violation of the antitrust laws which we continue emphatically to deny having In addition to the patent freeing the IBM decree also requires that company to offer for sale its tab ulating machines now restricted to rental use and to continue to serv ice machines so sold The company agreed also to sell its unique highspeed card making presses to competitors and must rid of some of its cardmaking facilities in 1963 if the New York court finds it still hoJds too great a share of that business The original monopoly action against IBM filed in 1952 asserted Construction in State For Ahead of 1954 DES MOINES UP lowan took out permits for worth of construction in the first nine months of 1955 which was more than for the same period the year before the Iowa Bureau of Labor said Wednesday Permits were issued for new dwellings from Jan 1 to Sept 30 or more than Ihe first nine months of 1954 the company then had 90 per cent of the tabulating machine business in the United In the stillpending RCA case the government seeks release of that companys radio and tele vision patents to all comers The suit also seeks to enjoin an al leged RCA practice of package licensing its patents under which the government contends the li censee is required to pay royalties on patents for which he has no use 76th Birthday Quiet Day for MacArthur NEW YORK W Gen Douglas MacArthur former Far Eastern commander was 76 years old Thursday MacArthur now chair man of the board of the Sperry Rand planned a quiet day at home in his suite at the Waldorf Astoria Towers with his wife Jean and son Arthur 17 ROGER AND OUTI NEW ORLEANS ffi A Navy plane will leave the frozen north country of St Cloud 25 on an important mission of war Bringing snowballs They will be used in a snowball fight for kids who have never seen snow Asks Million for Research WASHINGTON Ifl President Eisenhower asked Congress Thursday to vote for aasic research to dark mystery of cancer and to combat other leading killers The request was made in a five point program laid before the Legislators in a special message calling for a renewed and rein vigorated attack on our health Eisenhower told the lawmak The nation in recent years has made notable advances in the un ending struggle against disease and disability Human suffering has been relieved the span of mans years has been extended But in the light of the human and economic toll still taken by dis ease in the light of the great op pngfainilip nppn hefnrp us the na tion still has not summoned the resources it properly and use fully could summon to the cause of better Eisenhower did not renew his request of last year for federal einsurance of health proposal which ran into opposi ion from the American Medical Assn on grounds it might be Terrorists Back Again in Tunisia French Face New Problem TUNIS Tunisia rebel bands and grenadehurling terror ists have begun to reappear in Tunisia after 18 months of falter ing progress toward selfgovern ment Most of the outbreaks which be gan two weeks ago have been small But they underline the po litical and economic difficulties of the French North African protec torate Nationalist violence all but ceased after Pierre Mendes France while Frances premier made his dramatic flight here in July 1954 to offer Tunisians a large measure of autonomy Regime Fell Habib Bourguiba popular leader of the Nationalist NeuDestour Party returned from exile to a tumultuous welcome Moderate Nationalist Tahar Ben Amar was named premier and the two men began negotiating with the French and working at home to improve Tunisias lot MendesFrances regime toppled before he was able to attain his goal But his successor Edgar Faure carried through to parlia mentary approval of a program of partial homerule last August The new setup gave Tunisians considerable control over their home affairs but the French con tinue to direct defense and foreign relations Friction arose when Bourguibas once close friend in the NeoDesr tour Salah Ben Youssef refused to go along with anything less than full independence Ben Youssef be gan denouncing the agreements with France Moderates Winning Thus far Bourguiba and his moderates appear to be winning over the extremists But in its year and a half of life the new govern ment has only begun to deal with the poverty and unemployment be setting too many of Tunisias 3M million people For months there have been ter rorists along the TunisianAlgerian frontier Mostly they were Algerian rebels who ducked across the bor der into Tunisia Mother Terrorized by KnifeWielding Youth DES MOINES W Harriett ODaniel 20yearold mother of two children was terrorized in her home for more than a half horn Wednesday by a knifewielding in truder before she escaped to a neighbors apartment and called police Officers later arrested Jerry D Tomlin 18 resident of the YMCA here Detective Chief R E OBrien said Tomlin admitted entering Mrs ODaniePs apartment and robbing her of 45 cents OBrien said the youth would be charged with aggravated robbery SHERIFF DIES PRIMGHAR Jake Mulder 51 died of a heart attack Wednesday while taking a man into custody POLITICAL Fred lowa poses on the Capitol steps with two students who are in Washington for a weeks political internship spon sored by the State University of Iowa At left is Donald Mathews Fort Dodge an Iowa State College Democrat while Stanley Henderson Waukon a Coe College Republi can is at right CAR left front end of this car driven by Gerald Ver Heist Nora Springs was damaged when the machine struck and injured George J Gast on a rural road Wednesday night George J Gast Injured When Struck by Car NORA SPRINGS George J Jast 33 Osage was listed in critical condition in a Mason 2ity hospital Thursday after he was hit by an automobile a mile west and a mile north of here Wed nesday night Patrolmen saidGast was chang ing a tire when he was struck by a car driven by Gerald Ver Heist 18 Nora Springs Patrolmen saic Gast was parked in the middle o the gravel road with his lights burning The accident occurred abou p m He suffered severe heac injuries a fractured pelvis shat tered right leg and severe shock Doctors operated on Gast until a m Thursday Gasts car was headed south Ver Heist was traveling north Gast was thrown about 24 feet by the impact said highway patrol men According to patrolmen Ver Heist said he saw the lights of the Gast car but thought they were moving toward him The two car did not collide Gast was thrown against his car by the impact The car remained on the jack after the accident Gast is coowner of the Osage Seed and Feed store He is a for mer Osage High School coach and was an outstanding wrestler at owa State College He is married and has one son Charles 4 Beeghly Dean to Head State Grain Dealers Group DES MOINES OftThe Farmers Grain Dealers Assn of Iowa Thurs day had a new M Beeghly Pierson After serving the organization as its head since 1930 Oscar Heline of Marcus stepped down Wednes day and the state convention elected Beeghly He had been vice president for eight years and a director for about 25 years Heline previously had announced he would not accept reelection Earl M Dean Mason City farmer was named vice presidenl to succeed Beeghly Dean is presi dent of the North Cooperative Processing Co Don E DCS Moines was reelected executive secretary The Farmers Elevator Mutual Casualty Co advanced Beeghly to president to succeed Heline and named Dean to suc ceed Mollet Gets Call to Form New Cabinet MendesFrance May Be n opening wedge to socialized medicine and got nowhere in Con jress Instead Eisenhower said the ad ministration is considering legisla ion to permit pooling of risks by rivate companies He said this might offer broader benefits and xpanded coverage on reasonable erms in fields of special he added if practical and useful methods cannot be de eloped along these lines then I vili again urge the enactment of he proposal made last Five Areas Eisenhower called for action in ive general areas providing for 1 A 28 per cent increase in fed eral funds for basic medical re search to a total of 2 A new program of PARIS UP President Rene toty Thursday called on Socialist Party leader Guy Mollet to become Frances 22nd premier since the end of World War II The president summoned the 51 yearold former English teacher after two days of consultations with politicians in his efforts to decide who should try to form a new government Mollet has been favored since the national elections were helc earlier this He and Pierre MendesFrance already had de manded power for their leftof center republican front coalition New Assembly Mollet is expected to ask the new National Assembly for confirma tion as premier next Tuesday if he is successful in lining up a new cabinet to restore stability to Fr a n c e s chaotic politics MendesFrance was expected fo be his chief lieutenant although his exact cabinet status was no certain He may become foreign minister Backstage Action The backstage political maneu vering was fast and furious The main question now is whether Mol lett will have to depend solely on Communist support to stay in of fice Ironically Mollet is one of the most effective antiCommunists ir France Once the Reds threw hin window at a political meet ing He came back in through th door Heart Attack Claims Husband Then Wife IOWA CITY W Ryan 69 Cedar Rapids collapsed and died Thursday of a heart attack just after he entered the State University of Iowa dental clinic When word of his death was given Mrs Ryan at Cedar Rap ids she collapsed and died also of a heart attack Ryan entered the clinic recep tion immediately col lapsed Clinic officials said Ryan had not been treated there be fore Georgia Girl Named Miss REA of 1956 ST LOUIS UP Miss Rural Electrification of 1956 is Kathryn Ruark 16 a high school senior from Bostwick Ga She was se lected Wednesday night at the con vention of the Elec tric Cooperative Assn Barbara Beery Grafton Towa was one of the seven entrants in the contest About The Weather Mason City Cloudy with snow flurries early Thursday night Partly cloudy Friday Low Thursday night 510 High Fri day 20 Iowa Cloudy with light snow Thursday night ending west Fri day morning and in east by Fri day evening Low Thursday night 1020 Minnesota Cloudy and cold Globe Gazette up SNOW weather data to 8 Maximum Minimum At 8 Precip YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 23 9 18 Tr 17 0 million dollars over the next five construction of medi cal research and training facilities This money go to state ocal and private institutions with a provision that they must supply at least equal amounts in match ing 3 Further steps to meet health personnel shortages No specific amount was recommended here but Eisenhower said the number of physicians being graduated from medical schools is barely keeping pace with the increase in popula tion and that the number of den tists and nurses is diminishing rel ative to population 4 Action to strengthen certain other basic health services through out the nation His fifth point was that of meet ing costs of medical care and em braced hisplan possibly to submit later legislation for pooling of in surance risks Separate Program Under this item the President also recommended that Congress authorize a separate program through which the federal govern ment would match funds expended by the states and localities for medical care for the indigent aged the blind the permanently and to tally disabled and dependent chil dren In noting progress already mads in the medical research field Ei senhower singled out the wide spread use of the Salk poliomyeli tis vaccine within the past year He said it has proved highly effective in reducing tha threat of paralytic poliomyelitis to many of our Eisenhower noted that a current program providing federal funds to assist the states in providing free Salk vaccine for many children and expectan1 mothers will expira Feb 15 He recommended an ex tension to June 30 1957 and ap propriation of 30 million dollars to complete the program No Reference The steppedup research program which he recommended would pro vide For cancer heart di sease mental illness arthritis and metabolic diseases neurology and blindness infec tiousand parasitic diseases 000 dental disorders and for general re search programs of the National Institutes of Health He made no reference in the message to his own heart attack last Sept 24 On the point of health personnel Eisenhower renewed the call sounded in his health message last year for enactment of legislation to provide for a a fiveyear pro ram of grants for training prac tical nurses b traineeships for graduate nurses and c authority to establish traineeships in other public healthspecialties Eisenhower said the attack on health problems should be a char acteristically American partner partnership in which pri vate and governmental enterprise are joined to advance the national The important role of the fed eral government is to provide as sistance without interference in ersonal local or state responsi he said To File Ikes Name in Minnesota Vote ST PAUL Minn UP Statt Republican Chairman John Hartla said Thursday the name of Presi dent Eisenhower will be filed in VJarch 20 Minnesota presidential primary next Wednesday the open ng day of filing by petition   

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