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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THf NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N I G H B 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LXU Associated Presi and United Press Full Lease Wires Still Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 10 1956 This Paper Consists of Two No 23S a Candidate for 2nd Term ISC Gets New Million Research Lab New Bill Aimed at Disabled George Offers Legislation By JOE HALL WASHINGTON George DGa said Tuesday he hopes to cap his 34year Senate career with a victory for his proposal to set up a program of social security benefits for disabled persons George retiring from the Sen ate at the end of this year at 78 introduced late Monday the com promise amendment on which the Democrats are pinning their hopes for a Senate triumph on the disability program If we can get this through then lam ready to go away from the George said He JAMES H HILTON Hilton Hails Decision on Animal Lab AMES 18million dollar Hog Cattle Center a reporter he does not regard hisjmcnt nas decided to locate here plan as a final answer to the disivv mace lova and Ames the ability question adding greatest animal disease research But it will be liberalized andlccntcr in tne President Ames is in the center of the na improved over the years just asJamcs HHiltori of Iowa Statejtions hog and cattle feeding area other parts of the social said Tuesday jbut is some distance from the law have Benson Reveals Selection 25 Diseases to Be Studied FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Secretary of Agriculture Benson Tuesdayi picked Iowa State College Ames a school he once as the site for the governments new million animal disease research laboratory In a statement issued by 4hc department Benson said this lo cation had been recommended by the Livestock Industry Advisory Committee which surveyed a number of proposed sites Congress now has under consid eration a request for funds to set up the n e w center which 2 Men Face Charges No Trace of Tot Planned to provide for research on WESTBURY N Y w A 25 animal diseases longshoreman and a railroad EZRA TAFT BENSON Finnegan Summons Steel Union Chiefs to Discuss Position WASHINGTON Mediation Chief Joseph F Finne gan summoned leaders of the United Steelworkers to a meeting here Tuesday to discuss their position in the steel strike Finnegan announced he will meet here Wednesday with repre sentatives of the steel industry He plans to hold a jointmeeting with both workers and industry sentatives in Pittsburgh prob ably on At Tuesdays session Finnegan and two aides will meet with United Steel Workers President David McDonald at McDonalds Washington hotel On Wednesday the mediation officials will meet with the industrys chief spokes man Vice President John A Stephens of Steel Lehigh Turns Down Bid for Arbitration The strikebound Lehigh Port Accompanying Finnegan toland Cement Co Tuesday turned Tuesday afternoons talks will bejdown an offer made by the Mason clerk face up to 25 years in prison if convicted of torment ing Beatrice Weinberger with a false claim they held her kid naped baby boy The two young men both un employed to be arraigned Hilton pledged that Iowa Slateirange cattle and sheep producing The veteran Southerner said he College would do everything posjareas of the country believes his compromise will winjsiblc to assist and cooperate Benson commended the advis in RJdgewood Felony Court the support of most Democratsjwith the Department of Agrilory committee for what he dc QueensThey are charged with and also of a number of Republijculture in making this laboratorylscribed as its excellent work ini atten cans despite Eisenhower adminja truly national center so that itlevaluating the many proposals from istralion opposition to the disabiJmay be of service to the livestockibefore tem heretofore has provided only retirement and survivor benefits The House last year voted in its version of the bill lo set up payments for and interests union in every state in the ily program NewConcept The disability program is a new concept The social security systlve lnterim Committee for its Other locations which had been considered were Madison Hilton praised the Iowa Manhattan Stillwater Athens College Station and Fort Collins Colo Benson said Ames was selected for the following reasons It is far removed from any critical target area is considered action late Monday in axithorizing purchase by the slate of a tract of more than 200 acres about 2 miles north of the ISC campus I am sure that all Iowa citi kVS 1 J14 O Uk W UU I permanently disabled at age 50 or zens will be forever grateful to iaiSei arua is consiaereo higher But this was knocked outjthe members of the committee an outstanding scientific center of the measure in the Senate Fifor their prompt action in unaniihas excellent and continuint re nance Committee this year agreeing to provide tholsearch activity at Iowa administration objected to thejfunds lo purchase the land uponilege vhich would help in the lab cost and said the program would which the laboratory will be looratory work and has an excel be extremely difficult to Hilton said Their actiontent library on subjects which istor was one of the last factors in thelwould be of value to laboratory Georges plan like the House decision to locate the laboratory bill would provide benefits forin those disabled at 50 or older Andi In Washington federal officials it would set up a special tax for have indicated that when the lab the payments and segregate re vi oratory goes into operation it will enues in a separate fund employ about 200 scientific per This would meet the objection jsonncl and about 200 operating voiced by many inchid The Weather Mason City Generally fair Tues day night low upper 50s Partly cloudy Wednesday high mid ing some Democrats that the cost of the disability program is un predictable and might cause heavy inroads on the trust fund built up for retirement and sur vivor payments This fund now exceeds 22 billion dollars Payroll Tax The tax George proposes would be Va per cent of payroll Vi per cent each for the employer and employe on the first of earnings annually The rate for selfemployed would be per cent This would be added to Fair and warmer two per cent each now paid byj the employer and employe and GlobcGazeUe weather data up 1 ft ffrtOl n personnel 80s cloudy trend Generally fair Tuesday Wednesday Warming the three per cent levy for self employed George said he is confident the new tax would be ample to fi nance the disability program It would bring in an estimated 850 million dollars the first year The benefits the first year would go to an estimated persons and cost about 200 million dol lars The tax increases George pro poses are only half as large as those in the House bill which were intended to finance new re tirement benefits for women as well as the disability payments The House voted to lower the retirement age for all women from 65 io 62 The Finance Com mittee struck out the lower age for working women and wives of retired men leaving it to apply only to widows But Sen is drafting ah amendment as a companion to Georges which would restore the lower age for the other two groups Under it they could start receiving retire ment checks at 62 but at a lower rate than if they waited until 65 VAN METER MOUNT PLEASANT UP Warren Tassell 19 Van Meter was crushed to death trucks on a construction job Mon day to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 75 Minimum Monday night 53 At 8 Tuesday 69 YEAR AGO Maximum 57 Minimum 55 scientists Suitable Site Benson said a suitable site of 200400 acres is available at the edge of the college campus and the availability of the necessary utilities is assured He said the land will be provided by the state without cost to the government Adequate sewage facilities elec tric current and water will be made available by the commu nity Benson said the site committee recommended Colorado Col lege at Fort Collins as an al ternative location if the one at State College proved to be not feasible Congress specified several weeks ago that the new labora tory should be built in some spoti other than BeHsville loca tion of the Agriculture Depart ments research center Benson attended Iowa State in 192627 and received a masters degree in agricultural economics He got his bachelors degree at Brigham Young University are charged with attempting to extort heartbroken mother and giving false information about a kidnaping Arrested were Robert F G i e b 1 e r 27 longshoreman Jackson Heights Queens and Gordon T Rowell 24 railroad clerk Sunnyside Queens Both are married and Giebler lias three children Meanwhile there was no trace of 5weekold Peter Wein berger or any solid evidence he is still alive The blueeyed baby was snatched from his carriage in the patio of the Weinberger home here last Wednesday Monday night police sent out a 13state alarm asking that doctors hospitals nurseries and adoption agencies be alerted to look out for the baby The alarm described his feeding formula which included five drops of Dozex a vitamin B12 compound The FBI planned to enter the case in force week after the kidnaping Under the Lindbergh law the FBI car move into a kidnaping case after seven days or after the victim has been transported across state lines Clyde Mills assistant director ofj the Mediation Service and Rob ert Moore special assistant to the director Transportation Hit A spokesman for the service said the separate talks would cover the positions of the two sides in the steel dispute their explanations of their positions and their proposals The crippling 10day walkout City local of the Cement Lime and Gypsum union to submit the differences to arbitration Accord ing to James Williams Chicago international representative the offer was made through federal mediator Robert E Hall Des Moines The executive board of the un ion petitioned the government Tuesday morning for arbitration of the fiveweekold work stop by members of the steelpage If the issue had been ban workers has idled thousands morei died this way recommendations of the service would be binding on both sides George Hanaman Lehigh plant manager said the company can not place the issues in arbitration since the firm already has agreet to discuss the training program within the specified fourTnontt period and because the questio of retroactive pay is not con tained in the contract Two agencies are available for arbitration They are the Ameri can Arbitration Assn and the federal Mediation and Concilia Jon Service Neither side is bound to join the other in submitting to in related industries In steel dependent industries particularly in transportation be tween and workers have been laid off And some coal miners ending their annual 12day vacation Tuesday joined the growing ranks of side lined victims Aside To prevent a curtailment of militaryproduction the govern ment ordered stilloperating steel mills to set aside additional steel supplies for companies with de ense orders The government order varies IKE STEPS OUT Hands in pockets of his jacket and a wide grin on his face President Ei senhower leaves his farm at Gettysburg Pa Tuesday for a meeting with Republican party leaders The announcement that he ist a candidate for a second term came at the close of the conference trike An agreement between the wo locals has existed to stay ou until both have reached agree ments with the company Ward explained Ford May Face Monopoly Charge WASHINGTON No Shift in GOP Strategy Knowland Tells of Decision OUR WIRE SERVICES GETTYSBURG iisenhower is still a candidate or a second term The disclosure was made to ewsmen by Senate Republican leader William F Knowiand fol owing a meeting with the Presi ent Tuesday White House Press Secretary ames C Hagerty stood by nod ding Knowland said the President old Republican congressional eaders he feels in better shape ban he did when he made his eb 29 announcement that he vould seek reelection Active Campaign We are looking forward lo a very vigorous and active cam under his Snowland said Are you telling a report er asked that the President oing to keep his hat in the ring Im telling you precisely Knowland replied He added that Eisenhower left no doubt in anyones mind that will run again despite his June 9 intestinal operation Eisenhower himself appeared before reporters and photograph TS before and after an hour and seven minute strategy session with the Capitol Hill leaders He looked a little pale and ob reases as much as 60 per cent or some vital materials The av erage is about 200 per cent in crease in Earlier in he strike the goverment clamped Sown on warehouses directing them to freeze certain types of steel needed for defense projects Hunt Victims of Quakes ATHENS Greece w Greek sailors combed the rubbled ruins of Thira Island Tuesday seeking 20 persons reported missing since deathdealing earthquakes and tidal waves rocked the Aegean Islands south of Greece Prime Minister Constantine Kar amanis office announced the bil1 oerSfittS rg CaSUalty total from Mondays up Pthe d killed ueaui pen 5L lnjured wcre on Thira rom mill to mill with the inarbitration but either may request reases his i javcp was firmer than when he left m pans ud lurday New Teeth Put in Narcotics Law WASHINGTON ff Congress Monday put sharp new teeth in it According to Earnie Ward president of the local the request did not specify which of the serv ices the union prefers Action of the local has been to some extent contingent on the out come of talks at the Lehigh plant at Melaline Falls Ward said The Army Corps of Engi neers has sent representatives to be present at the mediation meet ings there The two plants are the only ones of the 14plant Lehigh operation which are currently on Robert Bicks legal assistant the antitrust division skcd whether before a House antimonopolyE f5 d subcommittee He said the thouehts to ms decision to partment has almost ln Jght ff hls re an evaluation of material colcnt mnes whlch ne months Denver heart lected in an investigation of r plaints against Ford Bicks said If the attorney general con The fact remajns hes in eludes that despite dealer Knowland replied tract revisions violations have oc curred in accord with his respon February Announcemwrt The senator said he regarded I tvyj k3Cina ZiC L UtU sibility to enforce the law suit Eisenhowers comments Tuesday tOUOW NATIONAL LEAGUE WINS ALLSTAR GAME 73 Details on Sports Page as a continuation of bis Feb announcement that he would alty for anyone who sells or gives heroin to children under 18 The death penalty is not man datory and applies only in those states that have capital punish most in the town of except five injured on the neigh boring island of Amorgos An earlier report that 10 died on los appeared incorrect Iowa Fugitive Was Guest at Milwaukee Society Homes goes to President Eisenhower for his expected signature MILWAUKEE HVA disarm ingly candid ForJ Dodge Iowa man who admitted Tuesday confirmed that Larson was a guest of Mr and Mrs Dailey Goodnight S of of a Milwaukee church o tf He was arrested there Monday by Sheriff Michael Lombardis officers and held for i j r IL I uioinoarui s oinct Several days of that time 3T Iowa authoritics yearold Charles Larson told suburban authorities Tuesday who was serving the was at the home of Ralph Ev sentence as the result of inrurlc vice chairman of the Anjimosa board of Outboard Marine and Mfg Co as a guest of Evin rudes caretakers from whom he asked aid in his rehabilita tion as a parolee reformatory guard in another escape about 10 years ago said he would fight extradition to Iowa Larson admitted freely that Evinrude and his wife singer he was a trusty at the Clive Frances Langford were out of prison farm near Des Moines town last week but Evinrudcs and drove away in a prison ve daughter Sally Evinrude Gaffe hide nearly two week ago Bill to Raise MacNider Rank Passes in House A bill to raise the retired rank of Hanford MacNider Mason City from major general to lieutenant general passed the House Thurs day morning according to a tele phone call from H R Gross 3rd district representative in Con gress The measure which was intro duced by Rep Gross now goes to the Senate The higher rank brings with it no increase in compensation REVENGEFUL MOOD BOONVILLE Ind UP Police Tuesday charged two brothers ages 11 and 13 with do ing worth of damage to eight local buildings because they flunked school and re venge on the town The Athens observatory said 257 tremors of varying intensity had been recorded i Seasoned by a series of quakes in recent years the Greek gov ernment sped aid to the stricken areas King Paul and Queen Frederika interrupted a holiday on the is land of Corfu to hasten to Thira by destroyer A destroyer from the U S 6th Fleet was ordered to Santorini with water and med ical supplies SAME Black tneani tnrflc In I MAKES ANNOUNCEMENTPresident Eisenhowers decision to remain a candidate for a second term is made Tuesday by Sen William Knowland front after a meeting at Gettysburg Pa Shown with Knowland as they emerge from the talks are Rep Charles Halleck of Indiana front and rear left to Maj Gen Wilton Persons legislative aide Sen Leverctt Saltonstall of Massachusetts and Sherman Adams assistant to the President Knowland also was asked whether Eisenhower had author ized him to make the statement about second term plans Knowland replied but he knew we were going to meet the press afterward and he knew we always try to make frank re Eisenhowers second major ill ness had touched off a new world wide outbreak of political spec ulation on whether the President would stay in the race for a sec ond term The first big round of speculation generated when Eisenhower suffered his heart at tack in Denver Sept 24 subsided only three months ear lier when the President an nounced he would seek another term No Hints During the three weeks the President spent in Walter Reed recuperating from his major ab dominal operation he dropped not a single public hint as to what his political course would be as a result of the new illness Aides insisted that he did not discuss the matter with any government official who visited him in the hospital Despite the suspense which built up since Eisenhowers intestinal disorder there had been a grow ing expectation during the past several days that the Chief Ex ecutipe would remain in the race The announced purpose of Tues days gettogether with the GOP congressional leaders was a dis cussion of the administrations program for the waning days of the present Congress But it was obvious in advance that the law makers were as much interested in second term plans as in legis lative hopes Knowland said he had not doubted that the President would run But he added with a this clarifies the r   

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