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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 12 1956 This Paper Consists of Four No 237 Leaders Order Speedup in Congress Ike and Nixon to Confer Return to Capitol Set GETTYSBURG Pa Presi dent Eisenhower will confer here Friday with Vice President Nixon and return to his White House duties in Washington Monday or Tuesday The announcement that Eisen hower is about ready to wind up his postoperation convalescence here came from Press Secretary James C Hagcrty after a mom ing during which Eisenhower talked political campaign plans with GOP Chairman Leonard Hall Hail left predicting Eisenhower will wage a vigorous campaign and travel by plane to different parts of the country Hall said too that absolutely the President still would be pleased to have Nixon as his campaign running mate this year To Attend Parley And Hall also confirmed that Eisenhower will go to the Re publican national convention in San Francisco next August to ac cept his second term nomina tion in person The chairman said so far as he Is concerned the GOP ticket will bo Eisenhower and Nixon The vice president will have aj chance to talk politics with Elsen hower at their meeti ing Friday But Hagarty said prii marily the purpose is for Nixon j to report to Eisenhower on hisi roundtheworld trip which took him into capitals of six Asiatic nations Hagerly was asked at a news conference whether the return to Washington will mean the end or Eisenhowers convalescence from i June 9 intestinal operation resuming the full burden ofj White House duties Ill have to ask the the press secretary replied I ranl answer tha Major Speeches Although Hull spoke of bowers waging a vigorous cam he still said the President may confine himself to five or six major speeches to be de livered by television and radio Hall said he doesnt antici pate any trouble in the farm belt He did concede that we had a situation there before price and drought conditions im proved 000 LOSS TO AIRPLANES Heavy Hail Damage in West Iowa Western Iowa had rains ranging up to four inches Wednesday afternoon and there were some reports of hail including a storm at Sioux City where hailstones ranging in size up to ten nis balls caused much damage the Associated Press reported At Sioux Citys Municipal Airport and Air Force Base hail and wind were severe Private and Air Force planes were damaged parked cars were dented windows were smashed An unofficial estimate placed damage to five private area nearly two inches fell in less than half an hour causing flooding on creeks The western Iowa storm followed a freakish pattern and some farms reported 75 to 100 per cent hail damage The thunderstorms brought good rains to southwestern Iowa and extended into central Iowa Lightning caused some fires On the Detlcf Sonksen farm near Gray a bolt caused a fire which destroyed a barn A large barn on the Rudy Poppen farm near Manson was similarly destroyed a Braniff airlinerat Rainfall reports in the 24 hours ended at Sioux City had inches of rain most of it m a concentrated period Wednesday afternoon At Salix south of Sioux City rainfall measured nearly four inches streets were flooded by more than 3 inches of rain Council Bluffs had inches of rain and miles an hour In the Orange Citv Thursday included Glenwood inches Atlantic 90 Shenan doah Red Oak Audubon Lamoni 61 Sibley Spencer 28 Des Moines 26 Lenox 50 Scattered light rains fell in southeast Iowa And there was only a trace at Mason City Dulies in Plea on Aid Bill House Votes Sharp Slash WASHINGTON MWSecrelary of State Dulles said Thursday that if House cuts in foreign aid ap propriations are allowed to stand it might create disaster for the jfrce world Dulles and Adm Arthur W Radford chairman of the joint chiefs of staff appealed to the Senate Appropriations Commit tee to recommend that the Senate vote the full provid jed for in the recentlyenacted for eign aid authorization bill The House Wednesday cut the money bill to as against the Presi dent Eisenhower recently request ed for foreign military and eco nomic aid New Program Radford told the committee that the House cuts were so severe it jwould require to draw jup a new military assistance pro gram involve serious jeopardy to our security position and might AP Wirephoio A DEER WITH BOOTSBucky the fawn is probably the only deer in the country who wears leather boots Now a pet of the Rod Krummel family who farm near Hancock Iowa Bucky got the boots after his hooves were crushed in a runin with a mower device on the farmBucky is shown frolicking with two young mem Resume SieeT Strike Talks well lead to a further weakening hers of the Krummel clan of the defense efforts of our al Both testified at a closed ses sion but a summary of their testimony was released by the committee 1 As he entered the hearing room Dulles told newsmen he would ap peal for the full amount of the authorization Eisenhower himself in a follow up to a Tuesday conference with i Republican legislative leaders was reported contacting Demo PITTSBURGH of three of the nations lop basic eratic chiefs in his drive to insteel Producers and the United Steehvorkers Thursday held their icrease funds for the program defrst negotiating session since the nationwide steel strike started 12 signed to strengthen free world davs Deadline Set for August Convention Dates Near WASHINGTON Thursday began working on an overtime basis in an effort to adjourn in plenty of lime for the national political conventions Senate Democratic Leader Lyn don B Johnson Tex won Senate approval of an agreement to meet daily at IVi hours earlier than usual Com mittees were given permission to sit only until noon a policy also to be followed in the House The speedup was the latest move in the drive of congressional leaders to wind up the session before August 1 Johnson has no specific target date But GOP leaders told Presi dent Eisenhower at Gettysburg they were shooting for July 21 Convention Dates The Democratic national con vention opens in Chicago Aug 13 The GOP national convention opens in San Francisco Aug 20 Johnson listed several assorted bills for Senate action this week controversial AP Wittphoto FOR five member of the Cecil Bradley family Pomona couiitries against Communism House Vote The House passed 284120 eign aid in the fiscal year started start from their home Thursday on a vacation trip to Farlin low aboard the same motorcycle Whats more theyre carrying all their cooking July 1 The amount was Si 405 and camping equipment on the back of the sidecar Left to right are Cecil Jr 11 below Eisenhowers origi ired o and Jackie 15 Farlin is located east of Carroll nal request of around five billion The bill included 41 1 II j in new funds plus oDorts BuliBtin in prevu Government mediators who prodded both sides to get together at the bargaining table came here from Washington to sit in j Meanwhile unemployment continued to mount in allied indus appropriation for forltrics ln addition to the striking USW members work Tax Study Group Hears School Plan DBS MOINES W A state school financing plan which would All About i The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Friday with few scat DES MOINES Rule one of the leading contenders for the Iowa Amateur golf title was defeated in the second round of play here Thursday tered thundershowers Thursday night or Friday Low Thursday 4 and 3 by Bill Ferguson form night 60 High Friday mid or University of Iowa star Rod ously voted money that otherwise would revert to the Treasury A previously passed fourbillion dollar authorization bill setting ceilings for the program but pro viding no cash would allow nearsearcn for kidnaped Peter Wein ly 600 million dollars in newiberSer 40 das old if he is alive money to be put back in the apspread far and Thursday in other industries have been FBI Widens Search for Kidnaped Tot W E S T B U R Y The upper 80s Bliss the defending champ and propriation bill He was asked what Democrat inquire all in Iowa to belowa Partly cloudy with scat favorite for the title beat Ivan would be toughest for Eisenhower included by in a school dis lo beat jtrict maintaining a 12 grade Hall replied grinning J school system was submitted to dont care which one it Ho said it doesnt disturb him at all that the Democratic nomi nee may go in for whistlestop a type of polifick the Slate Tax Study Committee Thursday The proposal was drawn up by Fi subcommittee on School It would penalize ing he said Eisenhower still inin lhe of state school aid tends to pass up I they receive if they have not re Campaign headquarters will by into a school main in Washington Hall said district having an average daily and the GOP has budgeted sevenaUemianco of or more million dollars for the presidential campaign and the House and Sen ate campaigns The GOP leader predicted in cidentally that the party will win even more impressively than in 1952 regain control of House and Senate and carry more than the four Southern states Eisenhower took four years ago Window Washer Falls 6 Stories Undergoes Surgery DES MOINES window washer fell from the sixth floor of the Paramount Building to the canopy over the theater entrance Wednesday and lived John Washington 51 underwent surgery for a back and spine in jury at Broadiawns General Hos pital and was reported in serious condition Washington struck the second A and the 0 in the upright Paramount sign and snapped a guy wire as he fell His partner George Hardy 48 fell from the ninth floor of the same building into the same canopy in 1932 and was hospital ized for nine months The subcommittee drew up a proposed law which states that standard aid to schools is for the purpose of encouraging reorgani zation of school districts to in sure an equal opportunity to all the children of the The proposal provides that claims for standard aid in dis tES MOINES iff tricts failing to meet the qualifipemocratic presidential hopeful cations would be reduced by 20 visit Iowa when Gov A B tered thundershowers Thursday evening becoming widely scat tered Friday Little change in temperature Low Thursday night 60s Minnesota Continued pleasant GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Wednesday 81 Minimum Wednesday night 55 At 8 a m Thursday 72 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 80 Minimum 63 Chandler to Speak in State on July 21 DES MOINES iff Another per cent for 195859 by 40 per cent for 195960 by 60 per cent for Happy Chandler arrives July 21 to speak at Mitchellvillcs 196061 and by 80 per cent celebration Chandler 196162 Members of the committee raised questions as to whether some areas might not be discrimi nated against if they are sur rounded by large existing dis tricts it 01 On lias Kentuckys 30 votes in the Democratic national convention pledged to him as a favorite son candidate Iowa Democratic Chairman Jake More said the Kentuckian will speak at Mitchellville north Altman 2 and 1 fo move into tha third round Jack Webb who won the title in 1949 beat Clyde McEntire 1up but needed a 2 under par 70 to torn the trick Fred de feated by Jim Hoak Des Britain Starts Work on New Constitution for RiotTorn Cyprus LONDON UP Britain willjtheir start work immediately on a new in Brooklyn Wednesday with the FBI actively in the case pro posal for the government to build atomic power reactors for peace time use He said the Senate will take up the foreign aid money bill next week He said it probably also will tackle the longdelayed social security bill then Sen H Alexander Smith R NJ urged the Senate to mako another effort to pass a federal school aid bill this session Smith aid he did not believe House de eat of such a program posed any insurmountable problem Essential Bills The National Executive Com mitee of Americans for Democra ic Action a liberal antiCornnui furloughed Hardest hit are railjnist political group urged that roads and the coal industry Neither union nor industry gave any indication they would come Congress be kept in session until midAugust if necessary to pass what it called essential legisla up with counteroffers at Thurstion days session arranged by Joseph The group sent letters to John f of the Fedson and Speaker Sam Ravbura eral Mediation and Conciliationstating thatthe lawmakers should Service be held in Washington until they Although announcing that both sides are agreeable and coop Finnegan described the situation as still The strike has cut steel production 90 per cent Rumors and crackpots conj john A Stephens vice presi d add lo the burden of grief carried by Mr and Mrs Morris Weinber ger Their tiny son vanished from his carriage on the rear patio of Moines 1 and 1 while John liberal constitution for CyprusWulll Marschall Hampton was winjthat will include safeguards forishirlev G ninn t W 111 Y3 r I i ning from Herb Rosenberg Des Moines 6 and 5 ail interests Prime Minister Siri woman who identified herself as 4 was arrested SAME cliffe will constitution which ent of U S Steel Corp and the chief industry negotiator met with Finnegan in Washington Wednesday and said We are hopeful that some of these days the union will realize the wonderful offer that has been made and accept The offer was rejected by David J McDonald union president as too little and too The industry proposed a 52 month contract which it said start work on the would fao0st pay m1 cents an i woman a former mentaljhour for the first year McDonald says the offer actually amounts to 14 cents an hour He has not disclosed union demands Steehvorkers were averaging an hour before the walkout las an accessory to the kidnaping Anthony Eden said Thursday sh7 ailWcd v gave fS se The prune minister confirmed inforniation and obstructed the earlier reports that Lord Radjinvestigation will be Eden told the House of mons that Lord Radcliffc was start work forthwith as consti tutional commissioner to intercepted a she placed to the Weinberger IT you she was as knew ou oer o conser the framework of a new conicuafter what happened to hose olhor two in Wednesday I shouldnt have done U S Court Rules Foreign Nation May Prosecute GIs nell replied there is a provision in proposed Jaw to take care of such situations It would permit the State Board of Public Instruc tion to grant a school district new standard if sparse popula tion natural barriers or other good reasons make it impractic able to meet the stand ard easl in the after noon of July 21 and wrll meet the Iowa national convention delega tion at a buffet dinner here in the evening INFLATION BLAMED TOPEKA Kan ItfA Topeka boy 13 told officers Thursday he broke into a service station be cause his allowance doesnt keep him in cigarettes Stuart Man Killed in CarTruck Accident STUART Hall 16 Stuart was killed Wednesday night wnen his car skidded on wet U S 6 near here and collided with a semitrailer tnick Author ities said the car went into a ditch turned around and the truck rammed Into it WASHINGTON itfiThe U S Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that a foreign country has a right to try U S military personnel for crimes committed in the for eign land The court ruled specifically that Japan has the right to try three Marines in its courts The court held that the United Slates has jurisdiction over mili tary personnel stationed in a for eign country only when that coun try has ceded jurisdiction Under an international agree ment Japar in general is given the right to try Americans in the armed forces for crimes against the civilian population In general the United States under the The other two were alleged hoaxers accused of luring Mrs Weinberger into a vain sixhour vigil Sunday night during which ransom was to be paid and the baby returned The two men agreement retains jurisdiction in were arraigned in Queens Tues cases involving military on charges of attempted ex and crimes committed on aml giving false informa Air Force Rejects Protest act on 11 specific bills The ADA said these include foreign aid trade cooperation customs sim plification civil rights school aid housing aid to depressed areas social security liberalization im migration Hells Canyon and Ni agara power Other congressional news Blacklist The House Commit tee on UnAmerican Activities called New York radioTV con sultant Vincent Hartnett a key figure in a controversial report on blacklisting entertainers Other witnesses to testify in connection with the alleged blacklisting and clearance of entertainers charged with Communist leaning included Francis McNamara director of the American sovereignty cam paign of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Godfrey Schmidt pres ident of Aware and anti Communist organization Housing Chairman John J Sparkman DAla of the Senate The Air Force Wednesday night rejected a Soviet protest alleging that American military Housing Subcommittee said its up to the House to break the con gressional deadlock over federal housing He said he wont go along with the Republican move to send a strippeddown housing bill through the Senate in hopes the House will accept it can bases The Marines are Sgt Reice Co zart Glen Daniels W Pvt Mack Makarenko Williamson W and Cpl Gerald Gnrmait Green Bay Wis Cozart is waiting trial bv a ition on a kidnaping Polio Figures Again Show Sharp Reduction WASHINGTON Pub Japanese court on a charge oflie Health Service said Thursday causing a death by negligent op275 new cases of polio were re cration of an automobile Theported in the nation last week other two Marines have been conj sharply less than the 405 cases victed by a Japanese court of rape but are to be retried as permitted by Japanese law be rnportcd in the comparable week of 1955 The new cases boosted this cause the prosecution was disi years total so far to At satisfied with the suspended senthe same time last year the figure tencc which was imposed was Social Security Sen Robert S Kerr DOkla introduced a com mtnirtivi planes flew over Soviet soil this promise amendment that would permit women to collect Social Security benefits at 62 instead of 65 years of age He said if the proposal is adopted about women would become eligible for benefits immediately month The Air Forces European headquarters issued a onesen tence statement denying the So viet charges made in a protest to Washington Tuesday night The Soviet note handed to Sec retary of State John Foster Dulles by Soviet Ambassador Georgia Zarubin claimed the flights occurred July 4 5 and 9 along the Polish border The note West Germany Debbie Reynolds Told to Get Complete Rest HOLLYWOOD Deb planes came from bie Reynolds who is expecting a baby in November is in a state of sheer says her doctor Dr Charles C or dered the actress to Wednesday on the motion picture she is making with her husband Eddie Fisher and to stay in bed until she has recovered DIES IN RASH DES MOINES Iowa Highway Patrol Thursday said it has belated word that Thomas Driver 70 Honey Creek had been killed in a traffic crash Monday   

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