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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 6, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the f Mason CityHome Base of Agridustrial Land Contributed by UcilU Newlon 1J6 27tn Moon City DIM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES A U L NORTH lOWANS N I a H O HOME EDITION UK United PMM Full Ltua Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 X Two SeetiouSectton Ow Califo Foreign Aid Is Plugged President Meets Press WASHINGTONW President Eisenhower said Wednesday the whole question of whether to con tinue United States aid to Com munist Yugoslavia must be re studied in the light of Marshal Titos new friendliness with Mos cow Eisenhower also said he be lieves that Yugoslav Marshal Tito got a big welcome in Moscow be cause of his success in defying the Stalin regime ia 1948 He said Moscow had to make big conces sions to Tito and these conces sions might tempt other Red sat ellites to emulate Titos defiance His statement came at a news conference in which he 1 Plugged hard for enactment of the administrations 000 foreign aid program The House Foreign Affairs Committee has voted a cut 2 Drew away from taking sides in primary contests between Re publicans Eisenhower said he be lieves it is not the place of the President of the United States to intervene in primaries No Barnstorming Also on the political front Ei senhower declined to shed any light on whether he may cam paign more vigorously this fall than he indicated in February He said at that time he would do no barnstorming or whistle stop speaking and would confine his efforts to mass communication approaches that is through Plans Restudy of Aid WHERE ALLIES LANDED IN 44 Even French Call It Omaha OMAHA BEACH Evert to the French peasants who live nearby this beach where the Allies landed 12 years ago Wednesday is known as Omaha Their pronunciation may be different but they have learned the name from seriousfaced visitors who have come in search of graves and from old soldiers seeking spots burned into their memory of DDay Signs now direct visitors to points of interest along the landing areas The signs are in French but two invasion names have and Utah Normandy beaches where the night of the Allies struck to drive back the forces of Nazi Germany Wednesdays 12th anniversary of DDay found residents and visitors again making the an nual pilgrimage to the channel washed strip of brown sand The sad gentle sound of taps played by military buglers was only the faintest echo of fhe fury of that day when the West mustered a mighty air and sea armada to launch the invasion of Normandy The military observances were largely confined to the British and along the coast The schedule called for the usual speeches rifle salutes of taps before visitors moved quietly through the ordered rows of graves or walked reflectively along the beaches Omaha shows almost no trace of the invasion A rusted land ing ship can be seen far down the beach At low tide the broken skeletons of the harbor made of sunken ships poke through the channel waters Thats about all newspapers television and radio A reporter told Eisenhower that last week he had remarked at a Citizens for Eisenhower rally that he would campaign as energeti cally and as enthusiastically as he could Eisenhower interrupted to deny that he had ever used the word He said he had talked rather of carrying on his responsibilities cheerfully and en ergetically As for whether he may make more than the half dozen tele vision speeches which the Repub lican National Committee has in dicated are on the schedule the President replied that he has not discussed the matter with any one Eisenhower launched his con ference with a call for support in Congress for his foreign aid pro gram Sincere Basic The President said that unless this country continues the pro gram on an earnest sincere basis then it will have to spend many more billions of pared to the foreign aid for what Eisenhower called this negative static general defense program The President also said Gen Nathan F Twinings acceptance of an invitation to visit the So viet Union air show in Moscow June 24 means the United States will reciprocate by inviting Twin ings Russian opposite number to this country Twining is Air Force chief of staff Eisenhower said reciprocation would be on a general basis Explaining the President said that if Russia should invite Sec retary of Defense Wilson to the Soviet Union then the cer tainly would invite Soviet Defense Minister Georgi Zhukov to this country Eisenhower expressed the opin ion that the denunciation of Sta lin by Nikita Khrushchev Rus sias Communist Party boss was primarily for home consumption This was in reply to a request for an evaluation of it Eisenhower said it apparently was intended to be an excoriation of a dictator but actually amounted to an excoriation of dic tatorships Major Talk by Dulles at ISC Ritual AMES address which Secretary of State John Foster Dulles will deliver at Iowa State College commencement exercises Saturday will be a major foreign policy speech it was announcec in Washington Wednesday Secretary Dulles early accepted the invitation of Iowa State College officials to be the commencement speaker The ex ercises will begin at and wili be held in the newly re modelled Armoryon the campus It will now accommodate approxi mately persons To assure scats for the families and friends of the graduating class tickets have been allotted to the 900 graduating students The doors will be opened to the public without tickets after a m President Eisenhower told his news conference Wednesday that in his Ames speech Dulles will explain the need for continuing the foreign aid program The President said Dulles would try to put the whole foreign aid pro gram into a simple form in his talk Draft Call Set in August WASHINGTON De ense Department announced Wednesday that men will About The Weather Mason City Considerable cloudi ness and little change in tem perature through Thursday Oc casional thunderstorms and showers High Thursday around 80 Low Wednesday night 6266 Iowa Partly cloudy with scat tered thunderstorms Wednesday night and Thursday Continued Wednesday night in 60s Further outlook Friday partly cloudy and mild with thunderstorms likely in south east Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees above normal Wednesday night through next Monday Only mi nor daily temperature changes are expected Normal highs 77 north to 80 south Normal lows 54 north to 59 south Rainfall will average one inch or more in thundershowers Thursday Minnesota Showers Cooler GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Tuesday Minimum Tuesday night At 8 a m Wednesday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 84 63 68 84 56 ENLISTMENTS DROP WASHINGTON offi ers attribute a sharp April drop n enlistments chiefly to raised 3orps standards but acknowledge hat another factor may be the v i IL j xauiuL may ue i be drafted for the Army in Audrownings of six recruits on i forced night march Seaton Gets Approval by Senate WASHINGTON Senate Wednesday confirmed by voice vote the appointment of Fred A Seaton as secretary of interior Seaton Nebraska publisher was named by President Eisenhower to succeed Douglas McKay He was approved Senate In terior Committee Tuesday There was no debate preceding Senate action on the nomination and only a few senators were on the floor at the time Democratic Leader Lyndon Johnson and GOP Leader William F Knowland joined in praise of Seaton Johnson said he was a man very conscious of the obli gations of the office he under 8 Solons Ousted by Vote 13 Women Get Seats and again during the takes and I am happy to see him Sen Richard L Neuberger D Ore said he believed Seaton to be a man of good How ever Neuberger said he felt many cogent questions asked Seaton by the Interior Committee Tuesday went unanswered SAME DBS MOINES mem hers of the Iowa Legislature in eluding two House members who aspired for the Senate were de feated in Mondays primary A check of returns also showed that at least 13 women won nomi nations for the General Assembly Three of the women are Republi cans and 10 are Democrats One of the casualties was Rep RusseU Patrick RHawarden chairman of the House Appropri ations Committee in 1955 He lost in a race against Sen J T Dyk house RRock veteran from the LyonsOsceolaSioux County senatorial district Rep Frank Thompson RGuth rie Center was defeated by G W Prince Guthrie Center for the Republican nomination in the AudubonDallasGifthrie senatoria district Harbor Wins Mother House member WW lian H Harbor RHendersoii was successful in a bid for nomi nation to the Senate He defeated Sen Henry W Washburn R Hastings in the MillsMontgom ery district AJso beaten were five Republi can House members who sought renomination They are Reps Raymond T Pirn Lucas Con way Morris Dallas Center Fred Voigtman Marengo A F Klein New Virginia and Grant Lauer Eldorado At least three former Legisla tors lost out in comeback attempts They are Republicans Jens Thompson Pocahontas and Francis Kerr Manilla and Demo crat Dean Aubrey Ottumwa Thompson lost the Republican House nomination in Pocahontab County to A H Turner also of Pocahontas Kerr was defeated in Shelby County by Rep Jay Col burn Aubrey was de feated in a House Democratic con test in Wapello County Cass County The Republican nomination for the House scat vacated by the veteran Gus T Kuester RGris wold who retired went to County Attorney Lester L Kluever At lantic in the primary in Cass County ADLAI THE WINNERA delighted Adlai sTevtnson faces campaign workers at his Los Angeles headquar ters late Tuesday as mounting returns made it clear that he had won a smashing victory in Californias primary election At right is Pat Brown the state attorney gen eral and Stevensons campaign manager Lehigh Plant Union workers at Portland in Mason City have voted to go on strike at 7 a m Thursday manager George Hannaman said the strike would in volve about 265 plant workers unless some settlement is reached The strrke vote followed breakdown of negotiations on a con oSl one which expired May 1 Hannaman and James H Williams Chicago general representative of Cement Lime and Gypsum Workers International Union both said that agreement has been reached on wages The onion and management agreed on an 18 cents an hour in crease said Earnie Ward local union president This would bring the common labor wage to an hour The union also was offered improved group insurance Differences arose on the unions demand that both wage and insurance be retroactive to May 1 when Hi old contract expired The union also insists according to Williams on the abolition of a training program ft has been tried three years he said although it is contrary to the contract and the men find it unacceptable FARM ISOLATED BY FLOODThia lower Columbia River farm thdr after flood the into owlne souh f flooded thouSds of acres Rep Gladys Nelson Newton who seeks reelection was one of the Republican women nominated for the House The others are Lorna Williams Des Moines and Marie M Garnjobst Spencer Three Democratic women were nominated for the Senate They are Ethel M T Johnson Council Bluffs Bonnie Boll Red Oak and Catherine A Murray Chariton Those winning Democratic nom inations for the House are Ruth E Curtis Lucas Mildred Olson Inwood Nellie Fickel Hender son Mary Murphy Rcinbeck Mrs Raymond A Smith Buffalo Center Mildred Steam Shannon City and Ida McManaman Ha warden Tito an Out and Out Hans Tofte Says By DRAKE MABRY Hans Tofte has been calling Yugoslavia President Titos Comnui f frtfit LI nist shots since late in 1949 The Mason City businessman who helped set up a supply line for Titos forces during World War II said that Tito is not an out and out ally of the Western forces but an out and out CommunS w Wlth Russia immediately following the end of World lev war u Recently the Russians wearing a new smile came to Tito enscm backers won seats and two xr1 f w nfhoij rnia Margin Pleases Adlai Estes Plans Renewed Fight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Adlai E Stevenson crushed Sen Estes Kefauver in a crucial pri mary election in California Tues day handing the Tennessean a severe setback in his uphill battle for the Democratic presidential nomination Kefauver conceded defeat in California but said he would con tinue his fight for the nomination The California test was their lasts primary clash before the national convention Stevenson saw the victory as only the first step in a long cam He said he was delighted at the Much Closer The Democratic nomination seemingly much closer to Stevensons grasp will pit the challengeragainst President Exi seuhower in November The Pres ident was unopposed in Califor nias Republican voting Tuesday Unofficial results from of Californias precincts gave Stevenson Kefauver 386 4 W On the Republican side in of hower had votes The victory Stevenson all Califoruias 68 vention and a publicly preferred total to date of 259Va to Kefauvers 166 Nomination requires 686Vi Kefauver supporters had pinned heir hopes on proving their can didate the choice of the rankand ile voters since party lave shown no enthusiasm for the Tennessean Stevenson held a 21 margin in he populous Los Angeles area where Kefauver had hoped for strong support among Negroes and old age pensioners Steven sons margin was nearly as large n other areas where organized abor is strong The race was closer in Califor nias central farming only section Stevenson carried in 1952 when he opposed Eisenhower or the presidency Eisenhower eat Stevenson by votes in California in that election is Renominated GOP Sen Thomas Kuchel easily von Republican renomination Ha vill be opposed in November by 3emocratic State Sen Richard Richards Los The showdown California fight vershadowed primary voting in lirce other states In New York TOV Avercll Harriman was as ured in advance of getting most the 36 delegates being chosen Stevenson supporters were eeking only 10 of the New York eats and two Stevenson men had o opposition At least four Stev Wedncsday the Yugoslavia Disappointing DAVENPORT UP Civic leaders labored for a week in a shot leather telephone cam paign to bring out a 100 per cent vote in the Iowa primary Re sults showed succeeded in bringing out exactly 31 more in this city af than voted two years ago RESEARCH MONEY OKD WASHINGTON Senate added 58 million dollars Tuesday millions President to the Eisenhower liiiued research on cancer heart mental ills arthritis and other Diseases lent was in Moscow for top level talks with current Red leaders Tofte has been saying for years hat Tito is not an ally He was rained in Tofle said Wednesday His background is along the Communist line and ii always will be The fight in Mos cow was a fight between Commu nists thats Tofte had many contacts with the Yugoslavian people and their leaders during his mission in for talks on Communist affairs Tito He Tofte was a captain in the OSSJ others claimed victory as count ing continued Both Democrats and Republi Yugoslavia with the Office of Strategic Service OSS during World War II Both Russia and Yugoslavia are Communist he said The only difference is Rus sia wants the world while Yiigo siavia maintains a strong na tionalistic he added He said the feeling in the coun try after the war was this Eng land would be weak the Ameri cans would go home and what else was there to do but to build up Yugoslavia Tito built up the strongest mil itary power in said Tofte The country is a natural fortress so he felt he could defy line from Italy to Yugoslavia provided Tito with important arms ammu nition medical supplies and food Tofte was awarded commenda tions from both Yugoslavia and the United States for his work on the supply line for Reels and quit taking orders from them He Now the Russians have turned around and asked Tito to Moscow their national conven Two Killed in Crash of Jet Fighter Car Missing Buffalo Boy Sought Near Quarry BUFFALO Iowa M Authori ties Wednesday were dragging a quarry south of here for Bobby Garcia 7 son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Garcia of near Buffalo who has been missing since Tuesday evening The boy was last seen playing at the Oak Grove Quarry along side Highway 61 He apparently l alone killed two persons Tuesday night when it crashed through a fence at the end of a runway and slammed into an auto The dead were Mrs Clair Usher Minneapolis and her daughter Rita 5 Three other passengers in the auto were injured The planes pilot and radar operator were treated and released DES MOINES Tins fel Council Bluffs was elected commander of the Iowa depart ment of the United Spanlste American War Veterans   

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