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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 9, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HI NIWSPAPIK THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I O W A N NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII ainriitd mad United roll LMM Wim Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 9 ThU Piwr ComiiU of Two Seotlonifection OM No lit Work to Begin on June 20 To Remodel Old Building Work on a new Park Hospital Clinic Building and re modeling of the present building will start June 20 Dr C 0 Adams president of the corpora tion and Dr T E Davidson president of the clinic made the announcement Saturday The new building will occupy the area of two houses at 112 and 116 Washington which will be removed The new two story clinic building will be joined to the two lower floors of the present building Remodelling of the present building will create 12 to 15 more hospital rooms Dr Adams said That building will be used entire ly for hospital facilities The new one will provide offices for 20 doc tors as well as completely new laboratory pharmacy Xray and therapy departments All will have new equipment New Building The new clinic building will be of brick and concrete construc tion with few windows It will be completely air conditioned Its construction and the remodeling will occupy about 15 months Contracts were signed Saturday with the Henkel Construction Co for the general contract Payne Plumbing and Heating and the Dewey Electric Co There will be a new heating plant to serve the new and old buildings Ellerby and St Paul and Hansen and Waggoner Mason City are the architects More Facilities The new building will extend 110 feet north of the hospital front ing on Washington and will be 144 feet deep Complete remodel ing of the hospital building will permit added bath and toilet fa cilities room rearrangement and redecoration The entire first floor now serving as physicians offices will be converted to hos pital bed space The Park Hospital Clinic now 16 doctors Of these three are in semiretirement and Dr Raymond Berggreen is in Navy service He is expected to return to his practice this fall Six Killed When Plane Crashes in Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS UP Four persons in one family were be lieved among six killed Saturday when a Navy jet fighter plane crashed in a residential street and swerved into two homes The Navy said four bodies two adults and two children were found in the John Caries home It was believed the victims were Garies his wife and two of his three children Mark 6 and Bry ant A third son Joe 11 was believed fishing The other victims were Deb orah Sue De Wolff 7 daughter of Mr and Mrs Don De Wolff and the pilot Maj George Armstrong 33 Minneapolis Armstrong a member of the Marine Air serve was married and the fa ther of three children Five children were rushed to Veterans Hospital in critical con t Emerg PROTEST RUSSIANS hold carrying demonstrators at Philadelphia Friday as they protest the visit of Russian clergymen to Independence Hall Tramping over antiRussian leaflets is Metropoli tan Nicolai chairman of the Soviet group Hes accom panied by Dr Eugene Blake president of the Coun cil of Churches Polite Rejection of Buiganin Proposal Predicted at Capita I WASHINGTON officials predicted Saturday a polite rejection of Russias proposal for a new approach to dis armament including a cutback in Russian and Western armed forces in Germany Soviet Premier Nikolai Buiganin made the proposal in a letter to President Eisenhower which the White House made public Friday night Moscow radio also broadcast it Eisenhower if he is well enough and Secretary of State Dulles are expected to discuss the Buiganin maneuver with West German Chancellor Adenauer when visits Washington next week The United States will also consult with Britain and France on the move officials indicated The outcome of these talks dition lowever was considered to be a foregone conclusion as far as the reply to Buiganin is concerned Officials here said that what he las proposed on disarmament is a reduction of forces without any provision whatever for safeguards against violations a point which the Western Powers have long in sisted is of supreme importance Simple Result In respect to Germany officials said that the Buiganin proposal would simply result in withdrawal of Soviet forces from East Ger many into Poland while Ameri cas six divisions in West Ger many lacking bases elsewhere in Europe would have to be pulled aL the way back across the At lantic Such a withdrawal by the United States they said would weaken the security of Western Europe Buiganin also sent letters this week to Adenauer British Prime Minister Eden and French Pre mier Guy Mollet New Approach Buiganin said the work of a five nation subcommittee on dis armament which last met in Lon don this spring actually is re tarding progress toward a dis armament agreement Therefore he said it is difficult to expect the U N talks to lead to con crete results in the area of dis armament in the very near fu With his letter he sent along a mittee on Disarmament which meets hi New York in July should make a widely publicized investigation of the work of the subcommittee The subcommittee consists of the four big powers plus Canada What is needed in the present circumstances Buiganin said is a new approach to the disarm ament He urged the President to join in this new approach on unin spected individual action by the powers expressing hope that an initiative of the great powers along the lines he suggested would be of decisive import ance in leading to the creation of conditions more favorable for a universal disarmament pro gram proposal that the full Com About The Weather Mason City Fair and quite warm through Sunday Lows Satur day night 6266 Highs Sunday 9094 Iowa Mostly fair Saturday night Partly cloudy Sunday Contin ued warm Low Saturday night in 60s Minnesota Fair and warm GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 a m Saturday Maximum Friday 86 Minimum Friday night 54 At 8 a m Saturday 78 YEAR AGO Maximum 71 Minimum 41 DullesTalk Centers on Russ Aims ISC Grads Hear Outline AMES Wl Secretary of State Dulles said Saturday Russias rulers are making a gigantic ef fort to build up their military es He cautioned the American peo pie against seeking to buy secur ity for the United States a bargain counter Dulles speech made at Iowa State College commencement ex ercises contained also an appea obviously directed at Congress which is now considering the for eign aid appropriations Dulles said it will be necessarj to spend about 40 billion dollars a year on American Armet Forces and foreign military am economic aid so long as the dan ger of international communism persists He called that peace insur ance and said the United States can afford 10 per cent of its gross national pioauct for it while a the same time raising our living Grose Product Without mentioning Moscows talk of reducing its armed forces which he previously has dis counted Dulles said the Soviet Union is spending for military and foreign purposes hostile to us about 20 per cent of the gross product of the Soviet Dulles comments bore the ad vance endorsement of President Eisenhower who mentioned the forthcoming speech at his Wednesday news conference and said it would deal with the whole question of waging The secretary took occasion to discuss the problem of neutrality todays world At his news con ference Eisenhower had said some nations had chosen to re main free of military alliances and that I cannot see that this is always to the disadvantage oj such a country as The White House issued an un usual statement the following day saying Eisenhower believes there are special conditions which justify political neutrality ut that no nation has the right to be indifferent to the fate of an Military Alliances Dulles reemphasized the later statement in his speech Praising the effectiveness of mil tary alliances which the United States has made with 42 other countries in the Western Hemis phere Europe and Asia Dulles said these treaties abolish the principle of neutrality among the nations which belong to them He described neutrality as a wlicy which pretends that a na ion can best gain safety for itself by being indifferent to the fate of others Operat SCENE OF lights still gloVeafly Saturday at Walter Reed Army Hospitals operating room No 6 upper left under portico where President Eisenhower underwent emergency surgery Newsmen and government officials are on the porch Nation Expresses Concern Hope for Quick Recovery Hjr UNITKIJ IHGSS nation forgot party dlf and con cern and hope for President Ei senhowers quick recovery Leaders of both parties have refrained from any statements as to the political implications of the Presidents operation for an intestinal ailment Former President Truman vacationing in Parli declared for himself and Democrats I hope lls not serious I su hope Vice President Richard M Nixon told 300 YoOng Repub licans that the President is go Ins to be back on the firing line very Adlai Stevenson and Sen Estes Kefauver both vacation ing following their hard Califor nia primary campaign ex pressed hopes for a speedy re covery Gov Averell Hirrlman said In Albany that he was concerned to hear about the Presidents illness INJURIES FATAL WATERLOO Mnri Stembronn 22 Waverly died i a hospital Friday of injuries su fered in 8 from a horse H am man Reveals Hes Now Active Candidate NEW YORK Averel rlarriman Saturday announcec limself as an active candidate lor the Democratic nomination for president He told 200 delegates to the Ha Workers Union convention want to say to you that this ha s in the With that he tossed an old graj fedora into the air At the same convention Friday avid Dubinsky the influentia lead of the International Laclie Garment Workers Union had urged Harriman to abandon an thoughts of seeking the nomina Boy Hit by Car Injured Michael Belts 5 suffered head njuries and a bruised knee Sat urday morning when he was struck by a car near his home He is the son of Eugene Betts 120 2nd Police said the boy was play ing on the south side of the street near 121 2nd before the acci dent He darted into the street rom between tsvo parked autos and was struck by an eastbound car driven by Mrs Warren Wag ner 41 2044 Wilson The boy was taken to Park lospital fay SnelPs ambulance He was termed in satisfactory condition Saturday noon at the hospital The accident occurred t He is being held for observation and further examina ion NEW new Park Hospital Clinic shown in this architects drawing will be 110 feet long facing on Washington N W The present hospital is shown at far left houses between the present building and the Free Methodist Church will be removed Construction will begin June 20 and is to be completed in 15 months Pella Man Victim of Highway Accident OSKALOOSA Mep pelink 75 Pella was killed in a traffic accident near here Friday night His car went out of control on Highway 92 about 15 miles east of Oskaloosa SAME lion and work for the good of th party Dubinsky who also is cochair man of New York Slates Libcra Party which has conslderabl vote power in the stnte endorsee Adlai E Stevenson for the Demo crntic nomination Harrimans declaration followe closely Stevenson victories i slate primaries projecting hin into a leading possibility for th nomination and the illness o President Eisenhower w h i c might alter Eisenhowers avowe intention of seeking renomination at the Republican convention Following his California pri mary victory this week over Sen Estes Kcfauvei Steven son said he regarded Harriman as his chief opponent for nomina tion Although Harriman long has dc scribed himself as an inactive1 candidate political observers re garded him as a fuJJfledged con tender merely waiting until he felt the appropriate time had ar rived for an outright declaration In his brief appearance before the hat workers convention Har riman said I believe in the unity of the Democratic Party yes but I be lieve in the unity of the party as liberal Democratic Party Im going to go to Chicago fighting for the liberal principles of the Democratic Party fighting or the principles of Franklin D Roosevelt and Harry Truman The Democratic Party isnt going to compromise on them I AVERELL HARRIMAN want to say to you that this hat i In the is a hnt you gav me and no one is going to take i away from On civil rights the governo said If the Democratic Party turn back the people wili repudiate it We will win on civil rights W will find it easy to find agrecmen with liberal people in the south ern states The Republicans have prove that they wnnl only one thing front for inaction Middlcofthe road and moderation mean only one Man Held in Extortion Try ALGONAMathias J Hildman 65 Livcrmore was bound over to District Court here Thursdaj afternoon on a charge of extor ion Bond was set at and he is now in city jail here Hildman is charged with writ ng a letter to Virgil Smith Al jona asking for on a threat that he would shoot Smith if he didnt get the money The letter was dated June and was mailed in Algona Smith didnt receive the letter unti June 6 when he returned from a ishing trip He turned it over to ocal authorities who picked up Hildman at his Livermore home Hildman admitted writing the etter authorities said but said ie felt Smith owed him money rom past business dealings Hildman waived preliminary tearing in Justice of the Peace C H Ostwinkles court Thursday afternoon Lehigh Strike in Third Day The strike at Lehigh Portland lement Mason City was in ts third day Saturday as union pickets maintained a 24 hour watch at plant entrances Earnie Vard president of Local 106 United Cement Lime and Gyp urn International Union CIO AFL said Saturday there has been no change in the strike et up He said the union intend ed to keep it up until thek terms ire met by the company Intestinal Obstruction Is Removed Doctors in Good Report WASHINGTON Ml President Eisenhowers doctors agreed Sat urday his operation was a com plete success They said he can resume limited work early next week and should siifely bo ablo to run for reelection Mnj Gen Leonard D Hcaton commandant of Waller Reed Army Hospital and the surgeon who conducted the prednwn emergency operation on Eisen hower for ileilis gnvc reporters this report in midnflernoon Hcaton snid We feel that ho will return to his good in a short period of time His condi tion is very satisfactory During the coming week should be able to sign official papers carry on those func tions of the government which are Full Activity Hcaton said every doctor around the operating table agreed with his view that Eisen hower will be able to resume full activity in four to six They agreed nlso Hcuton snid hat the Presidents heart condi tion hnd no relationship to this present illness and that no can cer wns found The operation lasted one nour and 53 minutes starting at a Press Secretary James llagcrty noted Henton said the surgeons found about 10 Inches of the ileum the terminal portion of the small in testine to be seriously inflamed and so swollen as to virtually block the intestinal flow To remedy that Heaton said the operation simply bypassed that portion of Ihe intestine and provided a new opening into the large intestine at another point The inflamed portion wns left inside where Heaton said it will cause no harm Asked whether he believed there was any renson why Eisen iiower should not run for reelec tion Heaton replied firmly I certainly do for All He added under further cjues loning I am sure I speak for all the doctors at the Heaton predicted that Eisen lower will be able to see mcm crs of his staff on Monday or Tuesday and begin to assume the ighter duties of his office He said Eisenhower probably can leave the hospital in about 15 days for a period of convales cence at a place of his choos Even if Eisenhower requires the ull six weeks that will still leave im a month before the Repub ican nominating convention opens at San Francisco Aug 20 Heaton said the operation was truly an emergency He said the bdominal swelling and inflama tion coupled with virtual closure f the small intestine began in reasing in speed Friday night ivhile the President was under ob ervation The decision to operate quickly ras made unanimously by the 13 rmy and civilian doctors on the ase he added Had this decision not been lade Heaton said gangrene of he bowel could have occurred nd this he added could be a ery serious situation This will ause Surgeon Hagerty told reporters that isenhower had awakened three r four times during the morning and spoken to Maj Arthur Cohen Cohen is a general surgeon attached to the staff of Walter Reed Army Hospital As an indication of morale Maj Cohen said that   

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