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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 13, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Sowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T LI C hi c i rv THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEI G H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LX1I Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy Gr MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 13 1956 This Paper Consists of Two One No 161 uen Ike May Make TV Report No Action on Farm Bill AUGUSTA Ga iff President Eisenhowers headquarters said Friday he may go on nationwide television and radio next week to disclose his sign or veto decision on the politically explosive farm bill Reports persisted Eisenhower has decided to veto the measure but James C Hagerty White House press secretary declined comment Hagerty said no decision has been reached yet regarding an Eisenhower TVradio talk but that the possibility is being con sidered Quite Probable Hagerty made the statement to as Eisenhower awaited the arrival of Secretary of Agri culture Benson for a conference on the farm bill here Saturday i It is quite Hagerty said and Benson will decide Saturday whether the President should go on the air r AP Campaign paths ol Kefauvev right and Adlai Stevenson 0 I Da rndav and the rival candidates for the Democratic presiclen tm nat10 wefe like M fliemls Here Kefauver pins his own campaign but Asked again about published re1 lor on Adlai 1 he two had exchanged heated words only as Jate as last week ports that Eisenhower who has called the bill unworkable ready has decided to veto the elec tion year measure Hagerty said I never make any comment on presidential action on any bill un til the President takes such ac Asked then whether Eisenhower has made up his mind yet Hag erty replied he would have mi comment on that either j Earlier Hagerty said the like Adlai in S u ppo rt of HST Answered by GOPs Hall BV THK ASSOCIATED JRKSS Adlai Stevenson says former President Truman hit very close to the mark in labelling Presi dent Eisenhower a donothing I but GOP Party Chief Leonard W jHall says Truman is engaging in Democratic National Chairman Paul M Butler echoed Trumans refrain in a speech at Harrisburg Thursday night Butler said No leadership pfor a legislative program in the I public interest has come from either the White House or the club house at Brief Vacation This was a reference to the Au gusta Ga National Golf Club where Eisenhower is spending a brief vacation Asked for com ment Thursday on Trumans blast White House Press Secre tary James C Hagerty said ross rsve The response to the Reel Cross ing late returns on the regular The current emergencv drive is So Idrlve uwhich ended the first of the part of a nationwide campaign ordoCounty by Inday noon month endorsed by President Eisenhow v i Jihood still is that in any event ington early next week No Comment dividuals The Red Cross still must rei night lit not ACfiilgliL atutotal wasjceive in contributions to A d d i t i o n a 1 contributions or The press secretary ref used j added since the operation began make up the countys quota The those from persons missed inthe comment Thursday night on a Thursday afternoon Most of goal of was not metregular campaign are to HP Kansas City Star Washington disamount was the result of Pxediduring the regular fund raising mailed to Red Cross Mason patch that the President definitely Cross division chairmen reportcampaign by the organization City had decided against signing the farm measure Benson who also has spoken out strongly against certain ma jor provisions of the bill was scheduled to arrive by plane from Washington late Friday Governors to Urge Passage of BILL Photographers Anger Prince o ny 10 irvasmng MONTE CARLO Monaco ton to make a personal appeal to President Eisenhower that he Angered by a roadblock photog r i met v He will be accompanied by Unj MOINES Leo Hoegh said Friday he and at least Brsecretary of Agriculture True e Midwest Republican governors plan to fly to Washing to make a personal appeal to President Eispnhowpr sign the farm bill Hoegh told his news conference he and the others have tenta tive arrangements for a meeting with the President Monday i i r raphcrs threw before his car Prince Rainier III Friday night barred news cameramen from his Hoegh plans to go to Washington Saturday or Sunday He said prlace for his wedding next week 4 I i i p t i x dersecretary of Agriculture True D Morse Don Paarlberg a Ben son aide Dr Gabriel Hauge presidential economic adviser Fred A Seaton White House con gressional liaison man and Ke 1 vin McCann assistant to he would fae there by Govs Fred Hall of Kansas Joe Foss hower on preparation of speeches of South Dakota and Anderson of and statements They will meet n with the President Saturday at his working vacation headquar ters the Augusta National Golf Club Inclusion of McCann in thci Washington delegation touched off speculation that Eisenhower had doesnt believe Truman by his own standards can recognize ac complishment Stevenson campaigning in Flor ida for that states 28 votes at the Democratic presidential nominat ing convention next August told a news conference at Key West Thursday night that he could not quarrel with anything Truman said about Eisenhower adding When we look to the deteriora tion of our situation abroad and our failure to make progress at home it seems that Mr Tru mans characterization is bitting very close to the Called Intemperate In Washington Republican Na tional Chairman Hall said in a statement Thursday Trumans Wednesday night speech in Des Moines in which the former President hung the donothing tag on char acteristically Hall said Truman seems de termined in a dirt sling ing campaign against President The GOP chairman predicted that Truman will get nowhere with it Norstad Chosen for Job General Has Been 111 ACCIDENT Coroner J E Christopher son with notebook and police Capt Ralph C Schiff man investigate the death of E Morse 64 28 Caro lina S E Morses body lies in the freight elevator at his business place in which the accident occurred His head became caught between the floor of the elevator and the second floor of the Edgar G Morse J4 28 Carolina S died in an accident Friday morning at the produce house which he operated at 513 2nd N E His head was crushed between the floor of a freight elevator he was riding and the second floor of the building Comity Coroner J E Chrislopherson said the cause of the death Sen Estes Kefauver of Tenneswas a compound fracture of the skull An autopsy revealed that see Stevensons rival for the Morso suffered a coronary occlusion heart Dr Chris Fisk Gets 40Year Prison Sentence to Grace Kelly The prince announced in a com munique only official photograph are three of be allowed behind the stone walls of his palace He was angered by a group of photographers who barred his road Friday on a drive with bridetobe between Monaco and Democratic presidential nomina tion took no part in the ruckus over Trumans verbal attack on Eisenhower Kefauver like Stevenson is touring Florida in search of votes the states May 29 primary in jwhich both are entered lopherson said the aUneks sudden intense pain would cause Morses son lames Morse 109 7th N said he assumed his father had fainted and fallen lo the floor of the elevator as it was Transit Workers in Milwaukee on Strike MILWAUKEE transit Friday shllt down blls the Milwaukee Morse in the elevator and no one saw the accident The elevator came lo i slop a few inches below the second floor level when the mans head extending beyond the edge of the elevator floor became wedged the floor above The cle Tenneson Plans College Working on Iowa Farm ALTJEN Minn Minnt sola farm boy who rejected Comj valor is open with no guard wall FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES AUGUSTA Ga The White House announced Friday that Gen Alfred M Gruenther will re tire late this year as supreme commander of North Atlantic De fense Forces Eisenhower nominated Gen Lnuris Norstad to succeed Gruen ther Has Been 111 Technically Gruenther is re signing from the U S Army He has been ill for some months and recently underwent a checkup at Walter Reed Hospital in Washing ton Gruenther is 57yearsold Nor stad is 49 The big switch in the NATO command was announced here by White House Press Secretary JJ a m e s C Hagerty He said Gruenther was resigning for per sonal The White House said that the President has accepted with deep regret the request of General Gruenther for from the United States Army at the end of this Hagerty added that the NATO council had acceded to the Presidents request that Norstad succeed Gruenther Norstad is an Ai Force officer who has served since 1953 as air deputy to Gruenther Maximum Time Gruenther later told a news conference at NATO headquarters that he thought that three years is about the maximum for a su preme Allied commander in order o maintain the viability of the al iance and to give an opportunity to younger officers Otherwise he said run the danger of stagnation and a lack of new The general said he had no per sonal plans He said he had made no arrangements for any other post nor did he have any other imployment in view He told newsmen there was no ulterior motive behind his res ignation Gruenlher also said that health was not necessarily the reason for lis decision Ive played tennis hree times this vveeek and I in tend to win another match Sat urday So I cannot hide behind the excuse of alone munism afte going over to the on the front Reds in Korea is now working on area of nearly a million residents a the villa of his sister Princess An i r toinette at EZP jforcmS thousands to drive form at an undisclosed place lames Morso said his fathci cnine to the building n i i mij u me T summoned the writer specialist for preparation of a television A Pemtentiary sentence was imposed Thursday aftertoinette at Eze a Krcnrh radio address to the nation on Sobcrt 12 Iowa Falls He was found guilty the west where a pools anci hitchhke More University 01 Minnesota next about 805 bv signorveto decision on the farm ay a Distnct Court Jury of grand larceny and of being an haiwas planned bus and street car ter I Paulson BUS 8th N W m bill i bitual criminal j i workers went on strike at 4 a m I rhe nitrhard workinV Pho abutting off public transportation neuson 21 looro he downfor weekday riders whn relumed hnm K i A louyiuun r oresi cuy x ISK T 01 TV r i u stop ing has been decided one way or hpfnrp tL on Jan 21 Thc jury also Princes bis e r e o n American the i This is a hard thing to do but I am obliged lo impose an the said Judge jrrenchman actually lai Forest City Fisk stoodici ff i i T o TV narrow road to s va or handcuffed before the bench and Princes big green Ai S E Tennant Will Head Press Group DES MOINES E jwho returned home from China last December with n dishonor showed no emotion as sentence was pronounced Asks Leniency foil nd that he had been convicted twice previously of breaking and entering once in Linn County and once in Franklin County Fisks limousine During a lunch of the couple at photographers had sent umi in ii tumuli r ISK it Afterward he asked for permisfourpage police record datedijn word lnat Ihe7 like to nn in Whnn back tn lake s m e pictures and the sion to speak When it was back to 1931 nant editor and publisher of lheinave a wyst cleaU Wlth se Colfax Tribune Friday he toldr he elected president of the Iowa this means mv hffi tn Press Assn in convention here ica K was LU n leniency I Sheriff Jcrrv Allen took Fisk Pnnce replied that he didnt want anv tntcpn able dischargefrom the Army His mother Portia Howe dis closed Thursday he is working on an Iowa farm but would not say warinenwhcrc son sivv that the elevator had jslopped aiitl wenl lo investigate i o Shave always been dealt with Fort Madison Thursday night this means my life to me Judge Boynton pointed out that sentence already had been im Des Moines Man to Face Robbery Count The honor tops off a 50year mi career in Iowa journalism for the anrl repeated This is a 66yearold Colfax newspaperman to d0 i It was the first time in 35 ncs was bei 1 r i i i I I SIOUX CITY The Weather Mason City Fair and warmcnwnure HIM ai iirsi Friday night partly clouriy Satj She said that although she lllit someones fool was urday Low Friday night lownot know yet if her sons After found what the J J Hess Prominent Lawyer Dies at 84 James Morse who was working COUNCIL BLUFFS John in the baseimnt of the Hess 81 who nominated was called by Paulson EHughes for president his fnlhers hal James urday Low Friday nighf 30s High Saturday upper iOs Photographers waited at a Partly cloudv Frirlav iVU lltrn in thrt 1 Jil HULl row turn in the road when he emerged The prince tried to pro ceed through slowly but stopped and Saturday Friday night low 3545 has she isllriu were James isairl he took his fathers pulse janrl found that he was dead The police were called first in iic at a Council J Bluffs hospital He had been in poor healtth in recent years A prominent lawyer he served as chairman of the board First Federal Savings Loan Assn a member of the board of when the Frenchman laid down JFive Day Iowa Temperatures Friday night through Tenneson entered the Army aftj The I wo Morses and Paulson Title Trust jcr completing his junior year inUvore only cincs in the build10 liere Other officers elected were J C Moore Winterset Madisonian vice president Willard D Archie Shenandoah Sentinel treasurer Lloyd McCutcheon Sibley Ga 2eUeTribune advisory officer and Gordon Aasgaard Lake Mills Graphic recording secretary s Elwoocl C procccdccl slowly getting from his car memory of court officials thatiinS held by court order here Fri anyonc had been sentenced in prosecution on a federal 12th Judicial District of Iowa aslcnarge of complicity in the rob jbery of the Citizens State Bank at an habitual criminal Same as Life Before the Cerro Gordo County attorney IDccatur last Saturday was something of a family party The Princes sis ter and father Prince Pierre de Monaco both of whom speak English were on hand So were ccyuir last Saturday 7 wmu District Judge Ralph j ywood film stars par Men to Majce Up June Draft Call WASHINGTON UP The Army will draft men in June the Pentagon announced Thursday The June call is the same as that issued for May and double the number drafted this month V William Pappas asked the court uesl bc lurncd ovcr for the maximum sentence of 40 110 at Des Moines ears Fisks attorne vvherc hc years Fisks attorney Gilbcrt Bovard asked the judge for len iency and pointed out that Fisk had reached h i s 42nd birthday Tuesday Thc maximum penalty would be the same as a life sen tence he said on Fisk was convicted of stealing surviving witness to the assassi clothes and a watch from the nation of Abraham dicd farm home of Joe Horstman near Friday He was 9fl was scheduled a charge of driving intoxicated trial while SLAYING WITNESS DIES BALTIMORE Samuel James Seymour believed the last Bagley Man Killed in Tractor Accident COON RAPIDS La Verne Lewis 31 Bagley hatchery operator was killed late Thurs day when the tractor he was driving upset in a drainage ditch on the Mrs Romson Jewell farm 3 miles cast of here Wednesday will average 3 to ns VV Hie school at Alden Iis mothering at the time of the mishap she understands he can en Tin1 elevator is operated bv degrees above normal Nonnil iorsity of Minnesota pulling a rope rather than by lev iiiovt highs north to 53 south Nor J examor or The device cani i iiiiation i he stopped at any level by pulli inv a rope to hrakithe The body was taken to the Mc Auley and Son Funeral Homo aft er the coroners examination at I the scino completed mal lows norlh to 10 south Warmer Saturday and Sunday Cooler again by Wednesday Precipitation will average from onetenth to twotenths of nn inch as showers likely Tuesday or Wednesday Reserve Banks Hike Their Interest Rates WASHINGTON UP Eleven federal reserve hunks raised Ihoir Minnesota Partly cloudy idfj in an effort or to hold down heavy business bor irowing trul record consumer buy ala upjing on the cuff Nine of the 12 federal reserve banks boosted their rates from 22 lo per cent Federal reserve 42 hanks in Minneapolis and San GlobeGazette weather to 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday Minimum Thursday night At 8 a m Friday VEAH AGO Maximum Minimum Francisco boosted their rates from to i per highest level since 136 U AXTKnGood homo or male S months Ph iritilW The Dog was given away my own paper was delivered to my Mr Milo Scherf 1519 No Penn was very pleased when he called us this morn ing He told us he had 24 calls from P M till about 5 M You too can get results and at a very low cost by call ing 3800 and asking for the Want Ad Department We will be glad to help you write your ad Phone 3800 today   

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