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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TH I NEWS PAP E R TH AT M AK IS ALL N 0 RTH 1OW A N II GH 0 RS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JUNE 21 Paper Consists 61 Four NO Revised Highway Bill Set for Passage Dulles in New Attack on Red Despotism Delivers Slashing Address SAN FRANCISCO Iff Secre tary of State John Foster Dulles made a slashing attack on So viet Communist despotism Thursday assailing its present leaders as close collaborators of the late Joseph Stalin and the beneficiaries of his sadistic purges The recently disclosed secret speech made by Communist Party Boss Nikita Khrushchev on the abuses of Stalins rule Dulles said is the most damning in dictment of despotism ever made by a It shoidd of itself be suffi he said to make all free peoples shun that type of despot ism as they would shun a At the same time in a speech prepared for the annual conven tion meeting of Kiwanis Interna tional Dulles challenged the So viet rulers to put to the test in Germany their argument that Communism will be freely ac cepted by non Communist peo ples on its merits Free Elections At the summit conference in Geneva last year he said Rus sias rulers pledged themselves to let the German Easl as well as West free elections said that the 17 millions living in East Ger many know communism at first hand and most other Germans know it from eyewitness reports Yet he said since the Geneva meeting the Soviet government has refused to fulfill its promise of free elections because it fears the German people would reject communism and its socalled so cial gains in East Germany Are not the free people en titled to Dulles asked that there is something basically wrong about a system that has never been accepted voluntarily by any people and that the So viet rulers are unwilling to sub mit to the verdict of the peoples who know it best Main Point Dulles said the main point to be drawn by the free world from Khrushchevs sensational expose of the Stalin era is lhat it demon strates the inability of the So viet Communist system to liqui date its own evil Under this system Dulles wenti on only death or violence can assure the end of a period of misrule The principal political figures in Russia Dulles declared werfe all intimates of Stalin and knew full well what was going on Khrushchev and Premier Nikolai Bulganin were Stalins close col laborators and indeed the bene ficiaries of his purges within the party And today they must ad mit that once their system is fastened upon a country there are no means to prevent the grossest MAMAS PRIDE AND giraffe in the Rome zoo stoops her nuzzle her daughter Maja tivity and when they do AP Wirephoto neck to well guaife in the Rome zoo stoops her longneck to ia a few days after her birth Giraffes rarelv breed n rarv A toP negotiator told the offspring anfbften sieklyV But 0 union bartrainins tnanvc Vnrtf Resume Talks on Contract From Our Wire Services NEW United Steel workers of America and the steel industrys big three met Thurs day in an allout effort to avoid a crippling strike that could upset economic applecart in 1956 The talks between the union and the big S Steel Bethlehem Steel and Republic being held here The for labor peace in the bellwether industry was grim as the four man negotiating teams for each side picked up where they left off Sunday when the joint talks were recessed in Joint Talks Ended David J McDonald president of the USW broke off the joint bargaining sessions after negoti ators became deadlocked on key contract issues The union then began meeting individually with leading steel producers in an ef fort to crack the industrys united front The divide and conquer move failed when company after com pany brought out contracts iden tical to those proposed by the A top union negotiator told the U S School Aid Bill Is Approved WASHINGTON federal school aid bill was approved Wednesday by the House Rules Committee which had bottled it up for several months because of a brewing iight over public school segrega tion An 83 committee vote cleared he measure for action on the rlouse floor perhaps next week Two Southern Democrats and one Midwestern Republican voted against the bill Southerners have jringing it to the floor because Rep Powell DNY says he will propose an amendment that vould forbid school which ike Leaves Hospital Room for First Time WASHINGTON President Eisenhower left his hospital room ion federal grants to maintain segrega SUMMER ARRIVED AT A HEATCONTINUES Summer made its official arrival Thursday but it had already worn our its wel come in much of the state and nation A marathon heat wave burned through its second in much of the country east of the continental di vide The forecast was for more hot humid weather on the first day of summer M ill 1 o n s of Americans subjected to a succession of cold and heat waves won dered whatever happened spring Summer checked in officially at a m the moment the sun reached its northernmost point over the northern hemisphere and headed south again Major Battle Introduction of such an amend ment by Powell a Negro would be certain to touch off a major floor battle And if the amend m e n t were approved the bills chances of passage in the Senate would be dimmed by the threat of a southern filibuster The bill calls for a fouryear program of federal grants for school construction at the rate of 400 million dollars a year In ad dition a revolving fund of not more than 750 million dollars would be set up to buy ocal school bonds if these couldnt be Lehigh Strike in 3rd Week The strike of union cement workers at the Lehigh Portland Cement Co plant in Mason City Thursday moved into its third week with no further develop ments toward a settlement re ported Picketing of the plant continued Using Guard to Cost State Daily DES MOINES M It will cost the state about a day to put national guardsmen on high way patrol duty under a plan outlined earlier this week by Gov Leo Hoegh the adjutant gener als office said Thursday Brig Gen Gerald DuBois said slso that the guardsmen will be a i d out of the state general und the same as when guards are put on active duty in cases such as a flood DuBois said a minimum of 140 guardsmen will be required to do he highway patrolling and that he men will be obtained on a olunteer will be on duly June 30 through July 8 and for four subsequent weekends There will be 70 guardsmen on duty at a time traveling in pairs in radio controlled jeeps They will be on the highways from one morning until 2 the following morning in two shifts In addition to the June 30July 8 of daily duty the guardsmen pa trols will operate on Saturdays and Sundays July 1415 2J 22 July 2829 and Aug 45 The hours of weekend duty will be the same as for the daily duty pe riods The average pay and allow ances for a guardsman will be bargaining tcamS lufd met separately with 10 companies that H looks pretty McDonald met with the hearts of the various union negotiating committees Thursday morning The committees were disbanded and sent home indicating that any settlement will have to be hammered out in the joint talks Expire June 30 Current contracts between the union and most basic steel pro ducers expire at midnight on June 30 The union has authorized a strike if a new agreement has not been reached by that time A steel strike would cripple the na tions The union presented the indus try with contract demands that some industry analysts said were the biggest in the unions 20year history The companies countered with a fiveyear no strike offer calling for a package increase of more than 65 cents an hour over the life of the contract The offer pvo vided for automatic pay hikes av eraging cents an hour each year Dallas Woman Dies in Hartford Accident HARTFORD woman was killed and a man was injured in the headon collision of two cars two miles south of here Thursday The woman identified from papers in her purse as Mabel Ber nice Quick 27 Dallas Iowa died at Collins Memorial Hospital in her arrival Elliott N Brower 40 who authorities said ARTHUR MILLER House Probt Playwright Marilyn to Marry Soon WASHINGTON UP Play wright Arthur Miller said Thursday he will marry actress Marilyn Monroe very soon perhaps within the next few Miller announced the long rumored wedding plans to re porters after telling the House Committee on UnAmerican Activities that he has never been under Communist Party discipline but has contributed to Communistfront organiza tions Miller said he hoped to honey moon in Europe with Miss Mon roe who is leaving ior London July 13 to make a new picture He has applied to the State De partment for a passport But his last passport application two years ago was turned down Rumors had been flying on Broadway that Miller who won a Pulitzer Prize for his Death of H would marry the curvaceous movie star in Connecticut this weekend Newsmen asked Miller about it during a brief recess in his testimony before the commit tee He said the date of the mar riage has not been fixed be cause as you can see I have been rather He said however that the marriage will probably take place in just a few Miller said the main reason he applied for a passport to visit Evirope was to be there with Miss Monroe who by that time will be Mrs Solons in Final Session Will Go to Ikes Desk WASHINGTON sets of ienateHouse conferees completed ction on the high vay construction bill Thursday This sends the huge contro srsial measure to the Senate and House for final action The House s to act first The conferees working on the ax sections of the bill finished heir work in one session winding ip two hours after the conferees on the construction features fin shed their job Indications were that the one of the major pieces of legis ative business for the 1956 ses be called up in both branches early next week and rushed to President Eisenhower Tax Increases The President is expected to sign the measure into law before July 1 The tax increases in the bill finally worked out Thursday will become effective on that date The tax hikes would bring in about in additional revenues over the 16year life of the program They expire June 30 1972 under the bill Sponsors of the measure con tend that these revenues com bined with money from existing Boy Confesses Killing Washington Girls UPPER MARLBORO Md A 36yearohl reform school in mate has confessed the yearold slaying of two teenage girls in a park near the University of Mary land States Attorney Blair H Smith reported Thursday Smith said the youth committed to the Maryland Training School for Boys several weeks ago for car theft gave police investiga tors a detailed account of am bushing the girls in Northwest Branch Park with a 22 caliber re peater rifle Nancy Marie Sho AP Wire photo ALL Former Presi dent Harry Truman was all smiles Wednesday after receiv ing the highest nongraduate honor given by Oxford Univer sity in England Truman who never attended college himself and Mrs Truman currently are on a European tour Methodists in Stand Against Racial Bias Unanimous Vote on Integration Move Stories Photo on P 13 North Iowa Methodists in a dra matic session Thursday morning took a unanimous stand against T IOOK a unanimous st levies on highway users will be racial discrimination sufficient to finance the huge construction program The principal boost is a one cent increase in the federal Jevy on gasoline raising it to three Other actions at their annual conference meeting at odist Chujch in Mason City backed proposed temperance leg islation called for improved men jtal health facilities and supported cents a gallon Other new taxes will hit ISM Ithc United Nations confer ence invited doctors to appear Friday morning and present their buses trailers tires tread rubi T bcr and fuels other than gaso In anotner e ine Language Polished fne conferences on construction troversy side of the hospitaldoctor con eatures spent their final session polishing the language as to deci ions previously reached The compromise bill includes V4 millions for the interstate ystem 90 per cent of it federal money This is the key feature to hie bill it envisages a network of uperhighways extending into very state The federal highway bill con ains no provision for reimburs ng states for toll roads How iver a provision was retained by ienateHouse conferees consid ring the measure iroviding for a study by the sec eta ry of commerce as to whether uch reimbursements should be The conference Tuesday had adopted a resolution urging legis lative action to permit hospitals to continue to hire medical spe cialists such as pathologists and radiologists to supervisor labora tory functions in the hospitals Three Ballots The action against racial dis crimination came on three bal lots two of which could affect the Union Memorial Methodist Church in Mason City By a standing vote of 2830 the conference approved proposed church machinery for integration of Negro churches into allwhite conferences The vote was greeted by applause from the del egates Those standing in the rear v wuj ni a I Jfl v if A it Knoxville about 20 minutes after mettc 16 and Michael Ann Ryan 14 were killed the morning of June 15 1955 as they walked macte jof the church sanctuary scram For Iowa failure to include thejbled to get within the bar of the reimbursement provision in theconference to have their vote on bill may mean a considerable cleUho issue counted lay in building a proposed oast The second vote extended a west toll turnpike Gov Leo special invitation to any qualified Hoegh has said that unless Methodist churches to en state is assured of reimbursementjier the conference once the ma by the federal government ofChinery is approved This may Iowa funds spent on such a toll i have direct bearing on the Union road it would be futile to go Memorial Church in Mason City ahead with its construction A dramatic touch was added Q the session when the Rev Jordan IN TROUBLE AGAIN Mason City a retired Negro WEST LOS ANGELES Edlethjdif intro ward G Robinson 24 son Kto conference and the stage and screen actor was Ray told lhc booked Thiirsdnv on suspicion ofjfonfcrcnce he was thankful for Tl Thursday for the first time since so d in the market at W Uniled Ccmcnt Lirae and geant wilfl four cxper his operation June 9 iintcrcst ratcT reasonabioGypsum Workers International DuBois said the guardsmen said a regular union probably would be mostly cor iui a guardsman wiu DC wmi auuioriues sain j uiey wiUKcri DOOKCH ijiiirscinv on suspicion Earnic Ward president of a day This is for a serwas driving the other car mvnlveditnroilSn tnc suburban pnrk to getdrunk driving after his y and il JOG United Cement anrllceant with fnnr lin the crash was hich srhnnl rnnnri raiH tuiih fruitnaiLnji i never dreamed White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty said the Presi dent walked without sli p p o r t about 40 feet from his hospital bed into a corridor where he sat in a chair for a while before walk ing back to the bed Boone Youth Drowns in Swimming Pool BOONE UP Kevin Puten ney 9 Boone drowned Wednes day in the citys municipal pool SAME flat death la M awari meeting wasscheduled Thursdayiporals and sergeants at least 19 night but did not indicate that any new proposals would be dis cussed years old and having had two years service i DuBois said plans for the projj j Vile Last Friday the workers reeel do not include furnishing President Eisenhower and the Democratic leadership in Con gress have listed the school aid bill as a top item on their legisla tive programs for this session Substitute Bill The measure acted on Wednes day is a Democratic substitute for Eisenhowers proposals The President suggested federal grants at the rate of 250 million dollars a year for five years In a related development a solid bloc of Republicans joined Southern Democrats in the House Education Committee Wednesday to kill a bill calling on the federal governmfint to foot the bill for in tegrating public schools Critics said the measure tabled by a 1410 vote would put a big undefined financial burden on the Treasury House leaaers have been reprejLegionnaircs were fighting abe first scnted as feeling that battle Thursday with ni The legislation now goes to con for Powell s ant iscgregationlband of nationalist rebels aboul 25fcrencc with the House which amendment has fallen off in remiles from ihc legions storiedhas passed a similar bill last cent weeks headquarters at Sidi Bel I July rAII About jected an offer by the company to end the strike It provided for an 18 cents an hour wage boost increased insurance benefits and an added paid holiday Washing tons birthday Ward said mem bers want the benefits and pay in crease retroactive to May 1 The company offered the benefits and increase as soon as a contract was signed and work resumed at the plant The old contract ex pired May t volunteer guardsman to ride with a lone patrolman on night duty AtomPowered Ship Bid Passes Senate WASHINGTON The Senate Wednesday passed a bill author izing construction of an atomic powered merchant ship The cost is estimated at 37 mil lion dollars The administration pushing for quick action on the bill saying that other na tions were making plans to get into and that the United1 ALGIERS W French should for prestige reasons Rebels Battle French Near Headquarters ALGIERS iff French Fore use leaders have been reprejLegionnaircs were fighting i as feeling that battle Thursday witl o inlying um uiniMcar mvniveu auwui unn ID gel uruiiK arivmg aiier ms sporuscMr the crash was hospitalized atNancs nRn school report with four parked cars i ncvcr drcnmcri of an oxville of appearing before a i white con j Third Vote j The third vote on racial riis icrimination came on a proposal calling on the 56 signers of the manifesto to abandon their position and declared that if the stand is persisted in it The Weaiher Mason City Partly cloudy with occasional showers and thun derstorms and continued quite warm and humid through Fri day High Friday 8894 Low Thursday night 6772 iowa Partly cloudy and con tinued quite warm through Fri day Scattered showers and thunderstorms Thursday night and Friday afternoon or eve ning Low Thursday night 65 75 Showers quite hot GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday Minimum Wed nighl M At 8 a m Thursday 7 m m u m 34 Minimum 55 will destroy our Praise also was extended to church leaders in the South who have supported the Supreme Courts decision on integration Bishop F Gerald called the action another forward step toward integration of races and On the matter of temperance delegates unanimously voted sup port of pending national legisla tion which would outlaw advertis ing of alcoholic beverages in in jterstate commerce and would AP Prohibit sale or use of such bev 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