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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 21, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I O W A N S NEIGH B 0 R S liGMBi VOL LXII Associated Press United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1956 This Paper Consists of Two NO m POLICE BATTLE PICKET Three scuffle with a picket during a strike disorder Monday night at the Farmingdale plant of Republic Aviation Corp Pro duction workers at the plant which produces atom bomb carrying Thunderstreaks went on strike Sunday when negotiations under way for 30 days broke down Democrats in Protest Over Tanks Charge Congress Not Consulted WASHINGTON Senate and House Democrats grumbled Tues tllt day that the Eisenhower he said and underlined tration has been neglecting to con suit Congress before making major munism by saying foreign policy moves like the tank shipment to Saudi Arabia Violence Flares at Republic 400 Attempt to Pass Pickets FARM1NGDALE N Y W Strike turbulence spread to a sec ond plant of the Republican Avia tion Corp Tuesday leading to the arrest of 11 more pickets for push ing shoving and fighting Trouble broke out for the first time at a smaller company plant at Port Washington on Long Is land which employs some persons Police however reported that theyhad nipped in the bud fur ther potential violence with the ar rest of two strikers there Only a handful of the company employes sought to get to work Other Clashes Further clashes also marked the day at the main plant here result ing in the arrest of nine additional pickets In fighting Monday nine strik ers were injured and 56 others were arrested in two outbreaks Justin Ostro president of the Re public Lodge of the International Association of Machinists was among strikers arrested Monday morning He and the others were released on bail pending jury trials They pleaded innocent to charges of disorderly conduct and assault Sends Telegram Ostro sent a telegram io Averell Harriman accusing police sheriffs deputies of attempt ing to break the strike by illegal The company claimed union leaders were participating in ille gal picketing John J Ryan vice president in charge of industrial relations said all employes who returned to work would receive a fivecent across the board increase offered earlier by the company The union representing some 200 employes at the four plants asked first for a 38 cents an hour package increase It later re duced its demands to a 19cent package boost QUITE A KNOCK LOUISVILLE Ky F Higgins 15 stepped in front of an automobile and wasknocked 50 feet He was released from a hospital after treatment of a single cut on his right shoulder SAME flag raffle 24 houri death In past No Pay on 40 Per Cent Tax Returns DES MOINES 40 per cent of the state income tax re turns filed last year were no pay returns on which no tax was due State Tax Commission figures showed Tuesday The figures were on returns filed in 195a covering 1954 income The occupational group with the largest share of no pay returns was the farmer This group had per cent in no pay returns The figure compares with per cent farmer no pay returns in 1954 reflecting a decline in farm income Considerable farm income is not reflected in farmer returns be cause it goes to farm owners who pay taxes in other occupational classifications A total of farmers filed returns and were no The other paid in come taxes of Total in come taxes on 1955 returns were Only per cent of returns filed by teachers and other state city and county public employes were no pay returns and only 32 per cent of returns filed by la borers were no pay returns Among some of the other occu pational groups the percentages of no pay returns included Con tractors real estate sales people manufacturers 32 pro fessional 26 executives For the moment at least the Century atomic energy at issue of the shipment itself took the service of building commu a back seat as some Democrats Loans Offered to Farmers in Iowa WASHINGTON Agri culture Department Tuesday of fered special operating loans to needy farmers and ranchers in 14 states including Iowa Farmers who need credit but who cannot obtain it elsewhere may get loans from the depart ments Farmers Home Adminis tration FAA to carry on their operations Horses Chew Wood Maybe Just Bored DAVIS Calif Carroll E Howell said Tuesday he doesnt think sawing between the front teeth of horses will stop them from chewing wood Nor does be believe feeding them salt will do it He once fed horses up to 1 pounds a day and they still chewed on fence posts and mangers Fire Fighters to Get Frocks for Uniforms DETHOIT UP The Board of Fire Commissioners Monday re jected a request that it refuse to accept worth of new uni forms for firemen The commissioners did not ac cept the protests of fire fighters that the uniforms look like ma ternity Resume Gas Bri earmqs Bulganin Calls for Atomic Communist Plan Without War MOSCOW Nikolai Bulganin Tuesday proclaimed a modern atomic Communism designed to socialize the world without He indorsed Soviet Communist Party First Secretary Nikita S Khrushchevs dictum that war between capitalism and Commuism is inevitable He also underscored the new con ept previously laid down by the urrent meeting of Communist Party leaders here that various countries can go through the ransition to Communism by peace ful means sometimes through par liamentary action He coupled his call for Commu nismthroughpeace with a declara ion that the Soviet Union is ahead of all countries in the world in developing atomic energy for peaceful uses Must Keep Lead This lead must be kept in the The Communists must fully lace the greatest discovery of the used it as a springboard for fresh protests over Morse D denounced as a course of foreign policy by But Rep Judd a mem ber of the House Foreign Affairs ommittee said 1 think theyve consulted us on all that we have had a right to The evident mood of some Dem ocrats indicated that Secretary of State Dulles might be in for a fairly rugged reception when he is called to explain the how and why of the tank deal probably later this week Dulles Due Dulles is due back Wednesday from a Bahamas fishing trip Sen George chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Commit tee says he wants a prompt ex planation of the tanksforSaudi Arabia decisions A committee ses sion on the matter is set tentatively for Friday The Foreign Affairs Committee has not indicated whether it will summon Dulles for a similar fill in But its chairman Rep Rich ards Monday ripped into the administration which he said is still of the 19th century vintage opinion that in the foreign affairs field the House is an illegitimate member of the family and a weak minded illegitimate son at Richards outburst brought to the surface a latent resentment over what he says is an administration tendency to look to the Senate in consultations on foreign policy matters The South Carolinian said he knew nothing about a Saturday decision to lift a brief embargo on all arms shipments to the troubled Middle East As far as I he added none of the House lead ers were consulted in advance May Be Trouble Richards implied trouble might lie in store for the administrations request for nearly five billion dol lars in foreign aid authorization saying They will realize soon enough that the viewpoint of the House is just as important as iat of the Sens Sparkman DAla and Morse said the Foreign Relations Committee was too and that George wasnt notified of the original plans to send 18 light tanks to Saudi Arabia They said George was told only when the administra lion ordered the tanks shipped fol lowing a rcstudy of the situation Sparkman and Morse serve on Georges committee Theshipment of the M41 tank was halted early Friday on Presi dent Eisenhowers instructions The day before news of the im pending shipment had leaked out while the tanks were on barges in New York Harbor awaiting load ing On Saturday the State DC partment announced it had been decided ahead with original plans to send the tanks SIXTH SET JOHNSON CITY Tcnn MtMrs F J Arquette 38 has given birth to her sixth set of 18th and 19th her hus band says he hns about run out of Wishart to Be First t as the bedrock of the new com In a fourhour speech lo the 20th ingress of the Soviet Communist arty Bulganin echoed the theme aid down by Khrushchev last week n his keynote address to the gathering of Soviet and world Com munist leaders Like Khrushchev he declared hat while V L Lenin once said the seeds of war are present so long as communism and capitalism compete Lenin also said times changed He made it clear he joined Khrushchev in considering that times have changed the old theme that war is inevitable between cap italism and Various countries can go through the transition to communism by different means he said He em phasized peaceful means Collective Leadership Bulganin also stamped his ap proval on the new era of collective leadership which has followed the oneman rule of the late Josef Stalin That is the way the Soviet Union now is being run he said All important decisions are taken on the basis of a thorough politicalexchange of the Soviet premier said Bulganin endorsed three prin ciples of Leninist theory as brought up to date by Khrushchevs rea soning 1 That peaceful coexistence of Communist and capitalist systems is possible 2 That there is no fatal inevit ability of war 3 That different forms of trans ition to communism exist in dif ferent countries a policy that superccdes the old theory of the need for violent revolution To show that Lenins precept of the inevitability of war was flex ible Bulganin quoted Lenin as saying in 1917 It is necessary to assimilate the inescapable truths that masses must take the part of real life as verified reality and not lean lo the theory of yesterday which like any olher theory at best goes no further than outlining the basic the gen AP Wlrephoto GRACES BRIDESMAID Mrs Arvid A Pamp Wyndmoor a schoolmate of actress Grace Kelly will be one of the maids at the April wedding of the screen star and Prince Rainier III in Monaco Mrs Pump and Miss Kelly were students at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York in 1917 AIR FORCE RELEASES SNARK PHOTOThe Air Force released this longrange strategic missile known as the Snark in Washington Monday and said it is the first picture of the missile the service has distributed The Air Force said the missile which has a range in excess of miles now is undergoing tests at the Patrick Air Force Base Fla aides talked with closed session Tues Adenauer Lashes Out at Desertion Alarmed at Ruhr Election Outcome BONN Konrad Adenauer lashed out Tuesday at he intolerable desertion by his nominal Free Democratic allies which cost him control of a key state and threatens to hamstring West German rearmament The Free Democratic Party a member of Adenauers national coalition lined up with the opposi tion Socialists in North Rhine Westphalia Monday to overthrow provincial Premier Karl Arnold a member of the chancellors Chris tian Democratic Party Christian Democratic leaders are alarmed over the prospect the FDP may be plotting similar desertion in other might pro Western North Rhine Westphalia has already deprived Adenauer of the twothirds major ity in West Germanys Senate hat he needs to assure passage of key rearmament amendments to he constitution The Socialists arc open foes of rearmament and the Free Demo crats might be willing to junk West ermanys crucial contribution to westarn defense in return for a Russian promise to reunify divided Germany The FDP opposes the Socialists on most domestic issues but they favor the opposition proposal for direct approach to Moscow on reunification wreck Adenauers government The turnabout in Heineman to Head Chicago NorthWestern CHICAGO Wi Bon W Heine nan 42yearold Chicago attorney s o become chairman and chief executive officer of the Chicago ind North Western Railway a ailroad company official disclosed Monday Heineman and his associates also will get five scats on the North Western Board of Directors said Harry L Wells chairman of the railway companys finance com mittee Wells also announced thai Paul E Fcticht will be replaced as president Feucht is recovering from a heart attack The chairmanship has been open since the retirement last year of R L Williams Wells said plans now call for FFeineman and the present man agement to select jointly a new president who will serve as the railroads head operating officer They provide that the new presi dent be one of the five recom mended to the board by Heine man and his associates The new developments end sev eral weeks of negotiations between the North Western management and the Heineman group Heineman who won board chair manship of the Minneapolis and St Louis Railroad in a proxy fight last year earlier had asked sub stantial representation on the board He said he did not want a proxy fight Intercontinental Guided Missile Has Atomic Warhead WASHINGTON public got a look Tuesday at the worlds irst known intercontinental guided pilolless bomber hat can pack an atomic warhead The public also got a look at 60foot rocket from which a intermediate ballistic missile is being developed The guided Air Forces travel miles at about 600 miles an hour It automatically navigates by the stars The rocket the Armys stone is a ballistic missile de signed to strike targets at 200 miles range It travels at super sonic speed The Defense Department Mon day released pictures of the Snarl and the Redstone as controvers over how the missile pro gram compares with Russias con tinned unabated The Redstone a derivative ol the German World War II V2 and developed at Redstone Arsenal by German scientists is con sidered the prototype for the forth coming ArmyNavy midrange or missile The Air Force also is working on a midrange ballistic missile The pictures revealed that the Redstone is filled with its liquicl ropcllanl and given service checks n a unique structure more than 100 feet tall The rocket is placed upright in he service structure which is lo cated at the Missile Test Center it Patrick Air Force Base luring the delicate fueling opera ion the structure can be rolled away from the missile if anything goes wrong About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and colder Tuesday night becoming cloudy w i 1 h occasional light snow Inte Wednesday Tuesday forenoon night and Partly Ketauver in Favor of 18 as Voting Age MINNEAPOLIS Es les Kef a uver winding up a four day campaign tour in his bid for votes in Minnesotas March 20 presidential primary said Tuesdaj t is time to Jower the voting age o 18 if only to keep the nation on an even electoral The Tennessee Democrat who is ip against Adlai E Stevenson on he Democratic primary ticket aid more than voters vouk be added to the national rolls jy lowering the age requirement o 18 The life expectancy in our lountry is going up and Ke auver told a University of Minne ota convocation Tuesday Consc uently the decisions we make at he polls are coming lo reflect a isproportionate weight of judg ment of the He called for a balance of view points at the polls with the vigor and enthusiasm of youth interlaced with the wisdom of Kefauver was slated for a full To Report to Senate Later WASHINGTON tin A special Senate committee headed by Sen George DGa decided Tuesday to resume public hearings nextTues day on an oil lawyerlobbyists frustrated attempt to give Sen Case RSD a campaign contribution Charles Sleadman committee counsel said Joseph Wishart Nebraska Republican slate finance chairman would be the first wit ness Committee Wishart in a day morning Wisharts committee accepted a campaign contribution from John M Neff Lexington lawyer who acted for Howard B Keck head of Superior Oil Co of Los Angeles Told Senate It was Neff who left 25 bills with a friend of Case as a cam paign contribution during the Sen ate gas bill fight Case declined the money told the Senate about it and voted against the bill Steadman said the committee al so will recall Neff and Elmer Datman Austin lawyer who urecl Neff to represent the Super or Oil Co There is a possibility Steadman aid that the committee will re all Keck Keck testified he didnt enow until afterward that Patman ad given Neff from Keeks ersonal Eunds to make a contribu ion to Case Ready to Report Unless there are some unloosed for developments Steadman said he thinks the committee can wind up its public hearings with a sin gle day session Tuesday and be ready to report to the Senate shorl y thereafter It is under instruc tions to report of next veek The incident figured largely in resident Eisenhowers veto last rriday of the bill designed to free atural gas producers from direct ederal price controls Eisenhower Sen Cases Father Was Wesley Pastor Rev Herbert Case who was pastor of the Wes ley Methodist Church here for many years is the father of Sen Francis Case The minis ter now is serving a charge in Mankato Minn denounced what he termed highly questionable activities by a small segment of the industry Sen Knowlanci of California the Republican leader planned mean time to lay before the Senate GOP Policy Committee a proposal for a night howcr crs cloudy Wednesday afternoon Continued cold Low Tuesday night 1215 below High Wednes day 10 Iowa Fair east mostly cloudy with light snow spreading over west portion Tuesday night Much colder with cold wave south and west central Wednesday partly cloudy to cloudy scattered light snow ending west during foresaid noon Low Tuesday night 1015 below northeast and extreme north locally 20 below northeast to 05 above extreme southwest High Wednesday 1015 northeast 1525 southwest Further outlook Cloudy and cold Thursday chance of snow flurries Minnnesota Fair north and east partly cloudy southwest Tuesday night and Wednesday Continued very cold Low Tuesday night 1530 below north to 815 bolow south High Wednesday zero to 8 above north 818 above south Globe Gazette veather data up a m Tues day Maximum Z5 Minimum 4 At 8 a m 1 day of handshaking in MinneapolissPecial committee of and neighboring St Paul and was to wind up his Minnesota stay with a speech Tuesday night before the Central Labor Union here At Faribault Monday he said President Eisen has proposed nothing that will add to the income of the farm The administrations soil bank proposal would amount only lo a replacement of farm income that is lost by taking part of acreage allotments out of production he six to undertake a broader inquiry Special Committee The Senate Democratic Policy Commilttcc a proposal for a special bipartisan committee of six lo un dertake a broader inquiry The Senate Democratic Policy Committee Monday approved unan imously establishment of such a special committee As outlined by Democratic Johnson of Leader Lyndon B Texas it would be clothed with powers for a Far reaching and thorough investiga Johnston did not specify whether it would have six or fewer mem rccip Trace YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 8 PARTLY ClOUDr Kefauver said he is preparing an amendment to the farm bill which hers but he agreed with Knowland a graduated formula of price supports with familysize farms getting 100 per cent of parity and largescale operators down to 75 per cent Locked Self In Now Is Locked Up NEW YORK rounding up four men accused of looting the apartment of jazz trum pet player Giliespie spent two hours Monday opening four locks on the door of Walter Jack son 10 When police finally gained en trance to Jacksons apartment with he aid of a locksmith Jack son greeted them with a smile and said Is somebody looking for me that both political parties would be represented equally Acceptance of the proposal by the Senate apparently would wipe out prospective separate investiga tions by other subcommittees The n e w special committee would be expected to pick up the trail from the special committee set up to investigate whether an improper attempt had been made to influence Cases vote on the gas bill That group is supposed lo wind up its work by March 1 Ross Testimony Donald R Ross who resigned last week as U S attorney from Nebraska told the committee Mon day Neff had contributed lo the Nebraska GOP Committee iist October after talking lo the states two senators about the fjas bill Willi tears in his eyes Ross tes tified Neff had tried lo hire him and lo give to his children   

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