Mason City Globe Gazette, June 30, 1956 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette June 30, 1956

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 30, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home Mason City Cultivates Faith in the Future Contributed by Catherine Wagner 2311 23rd Mason City MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION HE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I OWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXLI Associated Press and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 30 1956 This Paper Consists o Two Ons No President Leaves Hospital Smilingly Will Convalesce at Farm WASHINGTON east wine where he has WASHINGTON Eisenhower walked smilingly out of Walter Reed Army Hos pital Saturday after a three weeks stay and headed for his Gettysburg farm to con valesce The President went by auto on the 85mile drive He plans to stay at the farm for at least two weeks The President was smiling as he stepped out of the hospitals Gunfire Heard in Roman AntiRioting Vigil Renewed BULLETIN WASHINGTON UP The United States Saturday offered to ship free food to the bread and freedom rioters in Red Poland The offer was made by Acting Secretary of State Her bert Hoover Jr in a letter to the American Red Cross BERLIN W Heavily armed troops backed by tanks and jet planes were reported deployed throughout the Polish city of Poz nan Saturday in the wake of a bloody uprising by thousands of workers Red Premier Josef Cryankie promised the rebellious workers Jus regime will correct mistakes and raise living standards He also warned of merciless reprisals for any fur ther move against his govern ment But as late as Friday night there still was sporadic gunfire in Poznan according to reports from reliable Western sources reaching Berlin Despite Warsaw radio claims that the rebellion has been crushed and Poznan has returned to normal ground troops and rooftop hopping jet planes were said to be deployed throughout Poznan keeping a tight grip on the city They are under com mand of Soviet officers New Reports Some reports filtering out of Po land said many Poznan workers still have the arms they used against police and troops in Thursdays outburst Some armed with rifles and machine guns re portedly foughtoff security forces attacking the battered city radio station after official announcement that the uprising had been suppressed Warsaw radio announced 38 persons had been killed and at least 270 wounded in fighting be tween about rioting work east wing where he has been a patient after undergoing a ma jor abdominal operation on June 9 His customary ruddy com plexion showed some pallor and it was evident he had lost some weight But stepped firmly out of the hospital on the arm of Mrs Eisenhower He waved his brown felt hat for the throng of reporters cameramen and hos pital personnel gathered to see him leave He left the hospital at CST almost half an hour later than originally scheduled His doctors had said in advance in their final medical bulletin from the hospital that his mo rale and spirits were high They reported his weight at 163 pounds He weighed 169 when he entered the hospital The President was in street clothes for the first time since he entered the hospital He wore a light brown doublebreasted summer suit and a light grey striped necktie The President left the hospital later than scheduled because of a big round of goodbyes to hos pital personnel and military of ficers who have attended him during his stay Accompanying him to Gettys burg were Maj Gen Leonard D Heaton commander of Wal ter Reed Hospital and the phy sician who headed the team of physicians who operated on the President Mrs Heaton also went along to the Eisenhower farm The President and Mrs Ei senhower will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday It will be the Heatons 30th anni versary Maj Gen Howard M Snyder ers and day But Western businessmen who were attending the Poznan Inter national Trade Fair when the re bellion flared said they thought thte broadcast minimized the cas ualties Some estimated the num ber of dead at 100 or more Bad Conditions Cryankiewicz acknowledged In a broadcast to the nation that there was dissatisfaction among the workers He said liv ing conditions were bad for some and this was the result of mis takes made by authorities which will be corrected The Premier said the Poznan outbreak would not deflect his government from continuing to democratize our way of meaning it would go on with the relaxing of stern controls which in Poland has accompanied the antiStalin drive in Russia the White House physician made the trip too They reached the farm two hours later Mrs Eisenhower was smiling and in obvious high spirits as she walked arm in arm with the President to the car The windows overlooking the east wing court of the hospital were filled with patients and hospital personnel watching the Presidents departure And across the tree lined drive the hospital lawn was crowded with orderlies Army personnel and other patients out to wave goodbye There was no audible ap plause when the President stepped out of the doorway though the crowd gasped and murmured The President seemed some what taken aback by the size of the crowd He opened his mouth once or twice as if to whistle La amazement Eisenhower said hi to two or three persons nearest him as he got into the limousine A flurry of questions from newsmen clustered about the door went unanswered as the car pulled out of the spacious hospital grounds at It was trailed by a caravan of secret servicemen newsmea and photographers Administration C nts Victory on Foreign Aid DEPARTURE TIMEPresident Eisenhower holds his wife Mamie by the arm SatSE day as they walk down steps to their waiting car at Walter Reed Hospital at Wash ington James Hagerty White House press secretary walks behind the Eisenhowers as photographers snap away Harriman in Drive for Farm Votes OXFORD Aver 11 Harriman opened a whirlwind drive Saturday for Democratic convention votes in the farm belt asserting that the farmers are n a major depression and that President Eisenhower isperson ally responsible for it The tall New Yorker began a hrceday tour that take him into Iowa North Dakota and Min nesota It was his first visit to he since he announced his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination He swept into the middle west ike a combinationof former Truman and Sen Ke fauver who also is seeking Demo cratic presidential nomination Wearing a floppy oversized Pan ama hat Harriman planned to HAPPY was a big day for President Eisen hower when he left the hospital and the big smile on his face proves it Mrs Eisenhower was with the President during his entire threeweek stay at Walter Reed security forces Thursshake every hand within reach as he visited with delegates and passed through the crowds in Iowa City and Oxford Saturday And his first speech was in the giveemhell tradition that Tru man made famous In a prepared address to Demo crats at a homecoming celebra tion in Oxford sponsored by the American Legion Harriman ac cused the Republican administra tion of betraying the farmer He said once he Eisenhower was elecled hecut price supports And he stood idly by while prices fell to 80 per cent of parity and net farm income nationwide was cut VISITS ACADEMY MOSCOW Gen Nathan B Twining U S Air Force chief of staff Saturday visited the Red Air Force Academy at Monino SAME Hat truffle death U 31 houri BULLETIN DES MOINES Iowa Weather Bureau issued the fol lowing special bulletin Satur day Scattered severe thun derstorms and a chance of iso lated tornado activity is now in dicated for most of Northwest ern Iowa from 3 p m until mid night Saturday This area is roughly northwest of a line from Missouri Valley through Fort Dodge to Mason City responsible Its not Benson sec retary of Eisen hower Eisenhower made the promises Eisenhower broke them Eisenhower appointed Ben son Eisenhower can fire him any day he wants to but he doesnt because he agrees with him and supports Brownell Favors 3rd Judgeship for State WASHINGTON WVThe creation of a third federal judgeship for Iowa has the endorsement of Atty Gen Herbert Brownell Browneii told a Senate judici ary subcommittee Friday he fav ors a bill approved by the House ludiciary Committee June 25 to create 23 additional judicial seats One of these would call for n roving judge to serve the north ern and southern districts of Iowa The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Sunday Occasional showers and thunderstorms Sat urday night and Sunday with chance of a heavy thunderstorm Saturday night Little cooler Saturday night and Sunday Low Saturday night 6365 High Sunday 8387 Iowa Partly cloudy through Sunday Scattered showers and thunderstorms developing northwest and spreading over state Saturday night and con tinuingSunday Cooler north west Saturday night low in 60s northwest 70s southeast Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 3 Saturday Maximum Friday 91 Minimum Friday night 65 At 8 Saturday 75 Precipitation 09 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 8t Minimum 69 Shower Band Skips Across Part of State A band of thunderstorms and rain showers skipped across Iowa Friday night and early Saturday leaving widely varying amounts of rainfall throughout the state Several points reported pre cipitation of about an inch Mason City however had only 09 Iowa moisture report included Audubon 93 Perry 91 Denison and Randolph 90 Clarinda 77 Lenox and Benton 70 Kennebec 68 Guthrie Center 67 Red Oak 65 Logan 63 Bedford 62 Coun cil Bluffs 50 Fort Dodge 36 Sioux City 22 and Lamoni 18 Gusty winds were reported in some places and to the north and west of Iowa there were some violent storms including a naclo near Luverne Minn tornado damaged buildings on three farms and tore down utility lines but no injuries were re ported Luverne is 17 miles north of Rock Rapids Iowa Near Gary in the Sioux Falls vicinity a 14yearold boy Ardell Peterson was killed when struck by lightning as he stood in the yard of his farm home Near Flandreau Mrs Joe Nowak was injured when wind knocked over a trailer house Another band of scattered show ers and thunderstorms was ex pected to develop in northwest Iowa during the day Saturday and overspread most of the state Sat urday night The steel companies have in sisted on a fiveyear agreement to succeed the present twoyear pact The union says it cannot bind the steelworkers to so long a contract The company later cu its demands to four years ano four months The steelworkers are hot really hot against acceptance of the industry offer union presi dent David J McDonald said Fri tor STRIKE AT MIDNIGHT Steelworkers and Big 3 Stand Firm NEW YORK negotiators met again Saturday in one final effort to avert a nationwide steel strike at midnight Meanwhile furnaces grew cold as mills braced for the threat ened walkout by steelworkers Production slowed toward a halt in an industry thats basic to the nations economy Representatives of the United Steelworkers of America and com panies producing more than 90 per cent of the nations steel began talks more than a month ago forge a new contract To Distribute Ford Grants day HandsOff Policy The Eisenhower administration meanwhile took a handsoff atti tude toward the negotiations for he moment The union has asked for a sub stantial but unspecified wage in rease over the present average pay of an hour double pay for Sunday time and a half pay for Saturdays a 52week layoff pay plan a company paid insur ance program and other benefits The companies offered a ent hourly direct wage increase each year for five years a 52 week layoff pay program 4 per cent premium pay for Sundays and various vacation holiday and other benefits Invite Rejected Friday night top officers of the ndustrys Big Steel Bethlehem Republic and nine NEW Iowa col leges and universities this week will receive a total of from the Ford Foundation as the first of two installments of a cash gift designed to boost facul ty salaries Nationally thistotal of the first half will be million or half of the grand total of million The final payments are scheduled for distribution on July 1 1957 The Iowa institutions and the amount of their respective checks at this time are Briar Cliff College Sioux City Buena Vista College Storm Lake Central Col ege Pella Clarke Col Coe Col lege Cedar Rapids Cor nell College Mount Vernon Slio 000 Drake University Des Moines Grinnell College Grin nell Iowa Wesleyan Col ege Mount Pleasant College Dubuque uther College Decorah Marycrest College Davenport Morningside C o g e other major firms rejected an inSioux City to confer personally withj Parsons College Fairfield 000 St Ambrose College Daven AP Wirephoto AND THEN THEY WERE WED Arthur Miller and actress Marilyn Monroe pose informally Friday on Millers estate near Roxbury just before they slipped away and were married in White Plains N Y Marilyn and Playwright Wed Quietly WHITE PLAINS UPVMari yn Monroe and Pulitzer Prize were McDonald They said no useful purpose could be served by changing ne gotiating procedures McDonald replied The top management has turned down our invitation io meet with them The is A strike would find the nation vith a reserve steel supply to ake care of its needs for 30 to 60 days There would be a critical shortage however in some fields The oil industry for instance vould feel the pinch immediately A strike would also halt most ron ore freighters on the Great port Simpson College In dianola University of Du buque Diibuque Upper Iowa University Fayette Wartburg College Waverly 000 Westmar College Le Mars Tot Found Suffocated in Crib at Farm Home STATE CENTER UP A 17 monthold boy was found dead in his crib Friday at his farm home near here The victim Randy Dale Ruff was the son of Mr and the couple appeared tired but happy and answered the pre scribed questions very seri Only buxom Playwright Arthur Miller married quietly at City Hall here Friday night They returned to Millers nine room country home at Roxbury after the fiveminute cere mony Miller said Saturday that ic and his bride plan to remain at Roxbury until they go to England next month for our honeymoon f I can get a The simple single ring cere But Big Hurdles Remain WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower could count a sub stantial victory Saturday in Sen ate passage of a foreign aid authorization bill but hL mutual security program still faces a series of tough congres sional hurdles Ahead lay first a compromise of and then House and Senate battles over actual appro priations The Senate passed its version of the legislation 5425 Friday night and sent it to conference with the House The Senate beat down every attempt to put in amendments opposed by the administration ncluding two big acrossthe board cuts in the program recommended by its Foreign Relations Committee In stead it added GO millions for two special programs The amount is still about 340 millions below Eisenhowers request Second Highest Weary senators stayed in ses sion until 11 for the second successive night to wind up their voting on the bill listed by the President as of key importance o the free world alliance against the Communist bloc of nations Foes of foreign aid spending urprisingly abandoned any moves o push for a long series of cuts n the past they have offered suc cessive amendments for decreas ng cuts until they found one that mild command a majority Bui it was clear that some sena ors were reserving their main ire for the appropriations bill n u Ul t L mony witnessed by Millers cousiwhich must follow the authoriza ins Morton A and Florence J Miller took place in the judges chambers in the city court build ing Appeared Tired Judge Seymour Robinowitz said a few hours before the movie queen appeared shaken after witnessing an auto mobile crash that killed Princess tion measure The next battle will be in the SenateHouse conference on the authorization bill expected to be held next week The House ver sion of the measure totalled J3 Final Passage On final passage the bill was supported fay 27 Democrats and a like number of Republicans Thir teen Democrats and 12 Republi cans voted But the measure was in much FINAL NEGOTIATIONSPipesmoking David J McDonald the United bteelworkers presents three expressions to newsmen Saturday durino a break in negotiations aimed at stalling a nationwide strike set for midnight bureau chief for Paris Match French magazine Miss Sherbatuff was hurled through the windshield of a car that went out of control and struck a tree while following the couple down a winding country road near Millers farmhouse Ran to Wreckage At the sound of the crash the noted couple stopped their car and ran to the wreckage Miller carried Miss Sherbatoff bleeding profusely from a severed neck ar tery to the side of the road and remove Ira Slade helped driver seat The lovers later got a marriage license from City Clerk Marjorie Kane then prevailed upon Judge Robinowitz in a telephone call to delay a dinner engagement to per form the ceremony Marilyn just turned 30 was vecT in a sweater and skirt com bination topped off by a cardigan sweater Miller 41 tieless in a blue linen suit slipped the ring on her finger and muttered that it would have to be changed later this time than in recent years Some Democrats said the bill placed too much emphasis on con tinued military aid too little on technical and economic assistance to meet the new Russian economic offensive Others contended the Eisen hower administration had lived off an accumulated backlog of appropriations from the Truman regime and then in this election year had come in with a sharply increased request which was un palatable to many voters year which starts Sunday This compares with voted in the 1955 session Afgona Girl Named Music Camp Queen IOWA CITY wi Marilyn Dressman 18 senior at Algona High School was crowned queen of the band orchestra and baton twirling division at the Music Camp at the State Uni versity of Iowa Friday ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: June 30, 1956

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