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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 30, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                I North iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Ae What Mason City Makes Makes Mason City Contributed by Mrs Cherles 705 N City ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXM Presi and United Press FuU LOOM Wlrej Seven Cents a Copy I MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1956 Thij Paper Consists oj Two No Ml DECO Senate Passes Mammoth R C B mh A v S STAL fourplane jet team of the US J2th Air Force in Europe tly in close formation during an acrobatic performance at the International AnShow high over Dubendorf Airfield Zurich Switzerland Sot Jim Reynolds brother ot exYankee pitcher Allie Reynolds heads the team JucUdni which Twining Accepts Red Invitation to Attend Air Show WASHINGTON President Eisenhowers Gen Nathan F Twining Air Force chief of staff Wednesday accepted an invitation to attend Russias Air Force show June 24 An announcement by Secretary of the Air Force Queries said that in addition to authorization from Eisenhower Twinings visit to the Soviet Union also had been approved by Secretary of State Dulles and Secretary of Wilson Twining will bo accompaniec by several Air Force officers But there was no word in the terse announcement that any of the other four members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff would make the trip When word of the invitation to Twining first got out last week top government officials let it be known they would give serious consideration to any bid for the joint chiefs to visit Russia Moscow however did not take the hint Quarles announcement capped a week of polite fencing in Mos cow ancl Washington Twining late Tuesday finally took personal delivery of the for mal invitation The cautious Russian approach to Twining was made on May 21 when the air attache of the Soviet Embassy here called on a U S Air Force intelligence coloneJ and told him his superiors in Moscow wanted to invite Twining to the air show Twining reported that approach to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm Arthur W Radford and directly to the State Department The matter was kept secret un til publication of a newspaper story based on information from United Nations sources that the Soviets intended to invite all of the U S miiitary chiefs The administration then let it 31 Are Dead on Highway By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Traffic fatalities climbed Wednesday as millions of Amer icans observed the Memorial Day holiday Thirty one persons were killed in traffic accidents in the period from 6 Tuesday through CST Wednesday In addition two drowned and there were four miscellaneous fatal ties Congress Told to Face Up to Postal Deficit By MARTHA COLE WASHINGTON House Post Office Committee called on Congress Wednesday to face up to a postal deficit faj enacting higher mail rates A committee report said the average annual deficit of the Post Office Department is running about 460 million dollars The fact is we are losing a the report said and added The committee recognizes tha continued delay in enacting rat boosts will not solve the fisca problems of the Post Office De The committee has approved t bill to raise rates on first seconc ind third class mail The in creases have been asked by the administration As recommendec by the committee the boost vould add an estimated 432 mil Gasoline in Iowa be known unofficially that if such an invitation were received High Rat would be given serious MOINES Gas tion but that any bid would have to come through acceptable diplorn 3 tic by Iowa filling generally has a highei than required by s Last weekend the United Department of Agrici Embassy in Moscow was Tuesday formed that an official 1955 law fixes r was on its way to Twining rates at 78 for gasoline and 86 for Monday the Soviet Embassy attache delivered the invitation officials s the Pentagon It was received gasoline samples thus a colonel for Twining who ranged from 84 to 8 not take personal delivery of regular gas and 92 until late grades WINS IN Stevenson WASHINGTON W a preference for St Democratic presidential is favored by 20 d results increase the pledged 10 votes o favorably committed national in the May 1 prii vention votes to 174 for Eisenhower Stevenson and 133 for Sen 26 additional delegate primary runs 1 Nearly complete unofficial to 790 out of 923 turns indicated that Floridas majority in the GOP vention votes would be split 22 will be 662 Stevenson and 6 for Floridas first Stevenson also primary clash picked up votes in two leading avowet stations 1 octane minimum regular premium said that ion dollars a year to postal reve nues The committee report on tin Mil was made availabcl to a re porter Wednesday after its filing vith the House clerk It will be published generally later House leaders have been silen on the chances of a postal rate increase this year But Tuesday Rep McCormack majority leader said preliminary results from a poll among Democratic House mem bers showed strong feeling against raising the price of a letter stamp from 3 to 4 cents The committees bill tails for such a raise Its report said that currently firstclass mail not only fails to meet its allocated costs but also fails to make any payment what ever for certain additional costs of providing firstclass service The committee said firstclass mail could be charged at a rate of 5 or 6 cents a letter and still not be The repdrt noted the cost fig ures did not take into account preferential treatment given first class mail adding The entire postal service is geared to the handling of letter out of 41 iary pickup in the his total candi j VTTI O V U W till JuIIUi Democratic runoff primary Tuesdates for the Democratic presi day Eleven delegates were chodential nomination the lineup of sen each with half a vote and delegate votes as tabulated by seven of those elected have indiThe Associated Press on the basis of primary results and polls of other delegates stood this way Stevenson i48Vi Kefauver 127 Others 580 342 Total 798 There will be votes in the convention with needed for a nomination The 180V4 for others are spread among 10 men The lead ing three are Sen Lyndon John son of Texas with Gov Frank Lausche of Ohio 54 and Sen Stuart Symington of Missou ri 46 Clements in Demo Win Over Bates LOUISVILLE Ky Sen Earle C Clements took a firm hold on Kentuckys Democratic political reins Wednesday in the wake of a thumping renomination victory over Gov A B Happy Chandlers forces Clements the Senate majority whip rolled up a surprisingly easy triumph over Cliandler backed Joe B Bates a former representative in Tuesdays senatorial primary thus adding the peoples mandate to the power he wielded in the state Demo cratic organization Clements will tangle in the Nov 6 election with Republican Thurs ton B Morton who captured his partys nomination handily Returns from of Ken tuckys precincts gave Clements Bates James L Delk Morton former State Sen Julian H Golden ranviile Thomas Morton also a former rep resentative resigned as an assist ant secretary of state in TWO FOR HIGHWAYSenntors Donnis left and Albert Gore DTenn pose outside the Senate chamber early Wednesday after the Senate passed a giant highway bill providingfor the biggest Federal construction program in peacetime history Passage came on a voice vote after the senators had been in session more than 14 hours Both Chavez and Gore fought for passage of the bill which seta up a mile system of interstate and defense highways The bill now goes to conference with the House the to isenhower administration make the race The President lost this normal y Democratic state by 700 votes o Democrat Adlai E Stevenson n 1952 About u I The Weather owa Partly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday Scattered thundcrshowers over state Wed nesday except extreme north west Numerous thunderstorms south and east portions Wednes day night with chance of a few becoming locally severe Scat tered showers and thunder storms south and east central Thursday GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 83 Minimum Tuesday night 65 At 8 Wednesday 72 Precipitation 13 YEAR AGO Maximum R4 Minimum 44 Russian Baptists at Kansas City Church Convention KANSAS CITY Mo UP Five Russian Baptists led by a bearded and kindlyfaced patriarch met American members of their church Wednesday at the Southern Baptist Convention here It was a quieter session than the groups initial appearance for a news conference Tuesday night at which the Russians described work of the church in their homeland Jakov Zhidkov president of the Russian Church he ical Union of Christian Baptists said there were morethan baptized members children and others under our religious bringing the tota to some Over Crowded Zhidkov said that virtually al church services in Russia arc overcrowded Sunday attendance at the Baptist Church in Moscow where five services are held each week is at least he said The membership is reached also by a publication the Brotherly published six times a year without inter ference he said He described the periodical as Zhidkov said an attempt to mail it to Baptists in this country was unsuccessful Confiscated I understand they were confis catcd by the postal depart he said Zhidkov said Russian news papers gave no space to church activities except in connection with unusual news developments such as the groups departure for this country but that publicity was unnecessary We already have bigger con gregations than the churches will he said Shortages of buildings and min isters are the principal problems in establishment or expansion of Russian churches he said TURN DOWN MERGER WEBSTER CITY UP Three Hamilton County school districts Ellsworth Jewell and Randall Tuesday turned down a proposal that they combine into one high school district The proposition also called for a new consolidated grade school SAME IBUck death to past II hjiuu Greatest Peacetime Program Aimed at U S Traffic Problem By JOE HALL WASHINGTON tffSenate pas sage of the highway bill early Wednesday assured the naion of mammoth program of road con struction aimed at coping with the everswelling flow of motor traf Passage came after midnight Weary senators shouted approval of the measure that would set in motion the greatest peacetime ederal building program in his ory The Senate finished work on he bill at a session that ran 14 lours and 15 longest so far this year Before adjourning for a Me morial Day holiday the Senate named its conferees to meet with hose from the House to hammer out a compromise bill New Taxes This was expected to be dona vithout too much difficulty since xth branches are agreed on au horizing a vast expansion of fed ral funds for roads along with lew gasoline and other taxes to lp pay for them The legislation will give Presi dent Eisenhower a highway pro ram of about the size he has ieen asking But Congress last rejected his plan for financ ng much of the new spending vith special bond issues Instead pth houses approved taxes de igned to do the work on a pay syoubuild basis Key senators who will serve on he SenateHouse conference com mittee said in separate interviews hey believed groundwork already ad been laid for settling the ma or difference with the House Major Difference This involves the controversial uestion of how to divide among le states 25 billion dollars in fed ral money to be spent on interstate system un er both versions of the bill The projected 13year program contemplates an interstate road network to link practically every city of more than popula tion with nointersection nostop light roads Also planned are by passes around 50 major cities and innerloop expressways in some cities All but about miles of the system will be dual highways of more than two lanes some will have eight lanes The House apportionment form ula provides for distributing fed eral funds for the interstate sys em among the states according to their claimed needs as report ed to the federal Bureau of Public Roads Formula The Senate formula accepted 5527 there Tuesday foilowi method used for the interstate   

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