Mason City Globe Gazette, July 19, 1956

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 19, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 19, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for th Associated and United Pren Full Wires ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI THAT M A 1C I S ALL NORTH IOWANS N I G H 8 0 S HOME EDITION Seven Ceals a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 19 LONG BEACH Calif The darkhaired daughter of an Iowa minister reigned Thursday as the queen of Americas en tries in the Miss Universe con test Stately Carol Morris 20 Ot tumwa who wished upon a star as she entered Long Beach Municipal Auditorium Wednes day night had that wish come true when she was named Miss United States The Drake University junior won out in the final judging of 16 girls who had been chosen from the original field of 43 Americans in the contest Power Measure Defeated Major Victory for President WASHINGTON WWfhe Senate Thursday killed a bill to authorize a 485milliondollar federal m the Snake River at Hells Can yon on tlie IdahoOregon A roll call on the question ofij passing it brought 51 votes against and 41 in favor The vote marking a major vici tory for the Eisenhower adminisf ration climaxed a hot debate which went far to build up publici vsprivate power as an election I year campaign issue In the end Southern Democrats joined Republicans to defeat the bill tagged by Western Demo crats as a symbol of their against what they call resources giveaways by the Eisenhower1 administration Republicans presented an al mostsolid front against the Democrats charged in debate thatj intensive White House pressure had been exerted on GOP memi bers I Work Begun j Private development of Hells Canyon has already begun withi planned construction of three dams by the Idaho Power unj der license by the dominated Federal Power Com1 mission Idaho Power has started work although public power groups challenging the validity of ils lil cense in the U S Court of Apj penis and have asked the preme Court to stop the con struction The Senate bill would have or dered the private development halted d Senate action apparently dooms any such legislation in this Conj gress I Political overtones ran through much of the Senate debate And shortly before the roll call Sen OMahoney linked the scrap directly with Lhe election in Oregon Morse it Author OMahoney said White House had been niar shallinfi their forces against LUe of the extra half cent of the state bill apparently on the ihcorv Se from Council Bluffs miles that if Hells Canyon can be Casc e form of a suit for lhe of 12 cents north Missouri Valley and feated Wayne Morse can be deil lhe haU Cenl wrlion of the cent usemilcs of relocated highway i Ol ns cents MiUer paid on a purchase north and west of Des Moines Sen Morse DOre author ofU mvQhed in case is the fact that the membership of theCnie Engineer John Butter said e bill is running for reeler jfonate has not becn reapportioned as called for in the Iowa constituithe contract lettings hinge on ob OTTUMWA GIRL WISHED UPON A STAR This Consists ol Four SectionsSection On Carol Morris Is Crowned Miss U S A Twentynine foreign beauties will make their first appearance before the judges Thursday night and 15 will be selected to vie with Miss Morris for the title of Miss Universe in the final stage of the contest Fri day The new Miss U S A is 5 feet 7 inches tall weighs 129 pounds and has a symmetrical figure Blue eyes con trast with the dark brown of her hair Miss Morris who served as a lifeguard in Ottumwa during the summer risked her chances for success by taking a dip in the ocean Wednesday and getting her hair wet I couldnt do anything with she said I didnt think I had a chance to win but I did wish upon a star the first star I it came One of the most poised girls in the contest she broke clown momentarily when she was called from back stage and an nounced as the winner Oh thank you thank you very she said with sobs choking her voice Ever since I got off the plane Ive had such a wonderful time I just cant and she stopped as the sobs became too strong for her to control Miss Morris is the only child of the Rev Lavern Morris pas tor of the Davis Street Christian Church in Ottumwa and Mrs Gertrude Morris Studying to be an elementary school teacher Miss Morris came to the contest without am bition to become an actress But one of her prizes is a motion picture contract A year ago Miss Morris won the title of Miss Iowa in Miss America contest judging during Governors Days at Clear Lake She lost out in national competi tion at Atlantic City however Her selection as Miss was wildly acclaimed by the Long Beach residents packed in the auditorium She had already been named the most popular girl in the pageant by those who viewed the parade of all 72 con testants Sunday The other top place winners in the Miss contest were Betty Cherry 20 South Caro lina second Nancy McCollum 19 Arkansas third Snarl Lewis 19 Nebraska fourth and Jo Dodson 18 Texas fifth Hansen Gets To FHA P Priority on Highway Work Set State Unveils New Program MINISTERS DAUGHTER WINS Morris stands with her royal trappings Wednesday night being crowned Miss in the annual niverse judgingat Long Beach Calif The crhter of an Iowa minister Miss Morris won out Test Suit Filed on Sales Tax Boost BONN Germany mysten Cierman undercover group warned U S Ambassador James B Co nant Thursday it is prepared to fight to rid Germany of foreign troops The fighting Assn for an Inde pendent Germany sent Conatit a letter declaring We will no longer bear the fur DES MOINES Iowa HorTsTil Highway Commission has listed It assailedwhat it called con several top priority projects inifrol of German policies by Jew construction of a network of supish and foreign across the state i Chancellor Konrads Adenauers government it said olavs thp Nearly 50 million dollars will be jrole of a willing lackey and a spent next year as work begins in spineless dog which thankfully earnest on converting interlicks the hands of those who pre state highways 6 69 and 75275 beatf nim into fourlane superhighways lsaid the German Commission Chairman Robertover for Mystery German Undercover Group in Demand for Ouster of Foreign Troops comes aware of many new roads With an estimated 100 million dollars scheduled to be spen on all road work 1957 could well be come the year of the great de lour in Iowa DES MOIXES Rep Jack Miller fRSioux City filed a Highw8y 75 tncndi sun m the Polk County District Court Grading contracts to be awarded shallinfi their forces acainst the Jlp constitutionality of the extra half cent of the state in September include Highwav 75i and use taxes from claimed the group has the strength to carry this fight through to a victorious It told Conant In the spread ing of our thought you must and can help us We turn to you for help which will be Maj Gen Clark L Ruffner the top American military official in Bonn received a simDar though differently worded letter His was in English and identical with letnominated Kermit H Hansen ters sent recently to other AmeriDes JIoines to be head of the can generals and colonels declari Farmers Home Administration ing that U S forces must pull outiln Washington of Germany Hansen a 47yearold Republi U S authorities said Americanja who formerly was a district Oil President Submits Nomination Now Head of Regional Office President Eisenhower Thursday he West GmuB Government May Enter Steel All About the bill is running for reelccl tjon tion His Republican opponent is Douglas McKay former secre tary of interior and frequent tar Staining right of ways Ld nT that rhe a bill increasing Preliminary plans call for work on 44 miles of 6 between Crisis PITTSBURGH of a residential deadline for a set tlement put new pressure on steel contract negotiations Thursday Federal Mediator Joseph F Finnegan was on hand again for The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms Thursday night and Friday morning Low Thursday night 5863 High Friday 7883 1 Iowa Partly cioudy with mittent FBI are pressing an for a Mason City bank It is not yet clear whether the uni would succeed Robert B Mel dercover organization is a groupiLeaish as the national FHA di of cranks or Communists or arector McLeaish resigned June wellorganized political move20 in the midst of a congressional ment investigation of charge that he drank heavily Regional Off fee Hansen now is director of FHA regional office in Des Moines The Farmers Home Adminis ration makes loans and offers technical advice to low income armers It also has a part in handling drought relief programs Approval of the nomination was Court Views Pictures of Death March PARRIS ISLAND S C of six bod storms south and east Thursies Marine recruits day night and southeast Fri day morning Low Thursday night 5863 resumption of the talks as thejMinncsofa ii i CilOnPfin o n f A ators rcPesented less than half Focof the main a with the X for E J and the intersection rolled into its 19th daV I QrmGr Dcspite that President the first projects next year Eisenhower has indicated he wiU High priority was also Unless the dif miles of 69 betwen Osceolaiferences are seltled within a drowned on a forced march into a introduced into the courtmartial of S Sgt Matthew C McKeon Thursday considered a routine action The job pays a year Hansen has spent 17 years with the Department of Agricul ture except for a three year period as an officer in the Navy He served as commanding officer and Iowa 28 near Martensdale In owert pouer at below cost andi taxpayers throughout the trv Horton about court to compel the com 57 as Billed instantly late Wedi o make the refund jnesday when the tractor he was Miller founht the tax incrPiP overturned and said effect would be subsidised bytaU lhe underneath i iomes from an area whichop ul on lhc v Alfred Koschnuder land on be in early t I necipnaCK there was no apparent YEAR AGO progress in Wednesdays talks The session lasted two hours There was no comment from to 8 Thursday Maximum Wednesday 76 Minimum Wednesday night 58 At 8 Thursday 62 Precipitation 04 inch McKeons attorney Emile Zolalof the antiaircraft training and GlobeGazette weather data un s attorney Emile fine anuaircratt training am 8 Thursday New York objectedtest center at Guantanamo Bay IstrenUOllslv on thp crrnnnrlc fH it hi i Cuba jstrenuously on the grounds thathei already had conceded the deaths Born and reared on a farm either side Minimum the measure t would rcsul On the other side the haT ran that a federal projectifausim the nonnl siaics wi the people as comparedto whatno sales and use taxes backers of the bill termed evi near U working i FinneSan participated in a Are white House discussion where the Several projects in the vvas reported to have Ti onp nv pr T hn r i 111 L and the only purpose of the ma jcabre pictures was to inflame the courtmartial board Nighf March The 31yearold staff sergeant from Worcester is on trial for leadins the six recruits to ae1 wilt bc inclllded The one over lne situation with Des Moines Woman Gives Birth While Under Hypnosis islaturc void because of the fail ure to reapportion the Senate He said he chose this particu lar action because we Countv uu niciuaeci UIK Miuriuon crjubbi ci C0lriniission mentioned a link belor economie advisors found and US 77 a NewsPaPer reports said the adj naw R L Whitley Mitchell County i the Big Sioux ministration warned the steel coroner said death was f new hiShwa south companies and the United Steel caused by a I thc Clty workers to iron out their contract Eventually all four interstate Horton highways wil fae fourlane con served in the Army 5ri World Waritrolled access roads That means I He had been in Mitchell CounIowa wil1 have fourlane highway ty at intervals for the last eastwest across the years and recently lived at ttieistate 69 running northsouth thei l ls Anril then death last April 8 in a sog near Callender Hansen received his degree from the agronomy de partment of Iowa State College and went to work for the conser vation service of the Department of Agriculture Soil returning from the Armed Services he became assistant Downpour Brings Inches of Rain in an Hour vj i u i i L v ill A torrential downpour ThursUUar mansauShlcr oppresjIndiana Ohio and Michigan be gy mud flat over which water slate soil scientist or lowun poms from Creek at high til 1948 when he moved to Min nesota as state soil scientist He McKeon charged with involalso for some months in ii i cjii at lllcf showlWinfred Erion home in Newafross the center of the state and corei Haven 75275 servinp irr 75275 serving northsouth traffic difference a week There were implications the reports said that the administration might otherwise invoke the Taft Hartley law i Under the TaftHartley procej was in the forecast A check with the rain gauge at the KGLO transmitter at revealed inches recruit A stem from niffht roh of platoon n theitrict soil conservationist for North Iowa with his headquar As each photograph was offered ters in Mason City resigning in in evidence Berman objected on 1953 to begin his banking duties f nA i r A i the grounds that they were ini pathic Hospital here dure the strikers could be ordered back oa the job for ani iClaril WaS Haven leunder hvpnoMK tbe SurviTOra include thc lh increase measure he1 Eugene Charles City and The commission listed ils cooling off period while a nassed hv Snth and a daughter ly in a meeting with Gov Lillian Ferch Charles Citv Hoegh Funeral arrangements are revealed inches n i of precipitation fell during a i onehoor if lhe law officer Navy C period It was one of of ithe dispute Navy Capt Ir 2w York City said thc photographs could be used only for the purpose of iden itification Motion for Mistrial hour labor period and was con nan 8 pe0 cenl o states Funeral arrangements are ini scious of the birth process only the complete The Champion Funerall through pressure constitution does not require reHome Osage is in charge j Iruin iesr LJ Dr Chapman and another of the House and VUUHIIGS RepOtt neOVV HPP nf A ff triat is nv in tho stii ho M Damage During Niaht Mrs Bidders has five other chil LA wounded 6 Thursday in an J dren and she said previously she MlChael Wildings in had been in labor as long as nine C hours under full anesthetic WCCISIOn TO bcpardte with the United Home Bank He left the bank in 1954 to ac cept the position in the regional FHA office in 1954 Hansen is no stranger to the ad ministrative side of his job with the FHA He once was detailed Washington to work as the as jsistant director for three months Equally heavy readings were i His ruling came after clilcctor for three months recorded at points west of Masaid that if McKeon took thel tuLCe turned down lha son City There also were scatfstand and the pictures assistant tered reports of hail damage to shown to him he would submit ar f sen 1S married and the croos mrvtinn fnr lather of nn Syearolcl dauyhter j HieiO j rebels killed 10 French soldiers and wounded 6 Thursday in an attack on the railway town of Ste Praise Fluoridation Results at Dubuque DES MOINES effec tiveness of fluoridation has been proved jn Dubiique the Iowa Health Department said Thurs day Officials said a recent dental survey showed there has been a 100 per cent increase since 1951 in HOLLYWOOD at After four years of marriage and two chil dren actress Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Wilding have decided to separate I The couple plans a legal separ ation but no divorce at this time her studio said Wednesday night The announcement surprised no one Hollywood has been buzzing with rumors for a year that there Barbe du Tlelat about 20 mUes Rainfall in w i d e 1 y varying with some naroe QU rieiat about 20 miles wim some aam south of Oran The French saidlvglng hail fel1 in Iovva in thc 24 ended at a m Thurs jday A few rainshowers continued turn inflicted res of always deniedby the SAME DATE 3W trarflo 3k dralh In in northern and after that hour eastern Iowa about five miles north of Audubon also suffered hail damage lowan Killed in Plainview Crash P L A I N V F E W W Melvin ported in parts of Franklin Audu bon and Hardin counties Eber Eldridge Franklin County extension director said about 300 acres of corn and soybean land outside of Hampton were hit by hail with damage estimated at about UT1 L KainfaU reports ranged up tolNickles 29 McCausIand was an unofficial 4 inches near Tama killed and three other men open Heaviest official fall reported toously injured early Thursday neck JJ r iirli 4U w I v poe o nure eary Thursday nec eep on an aver tne Weather Bureau was their auto left Highway I5oiagehe8ftt man at low water at inches at Van Meter but west of her the de motion for mistrial They will not be Klein said for the purposes of shak ing the M Sgt John E Clements a prosecution witness describing terrain and tides along the Rib bon Creek area said that during search operations the creek was on an aver ier that hour inhp v 4 icn mgnway Severe hail damage was rp Jar but Precipiwesl of here and overturned the deepest point rted in oarts of FrnnVlin V vaned widely at points William Main 33 and Wayne He said the diff in pans ot rramUm Auduonly a few IA J y fit f wn windstorms were rei were reported in poor condition at ported in the KnoxviJJe Oskaloosala Davenport hospital Morton and Iowa City areas At Marcngo Wettland 56 also of Davenport rain of more than 2 inches flooded was reported in fair condition streets curb deep Authorities said Main was be William Main 33 and Wayne1 He said the difference between Forbes 34 both of Davenport af high and low tides is about six feet ALWAYS IN VIEW PORTLAND Me The squall lines which to have ocen anvmg tnecity of Portland Near Iowa Falls hai anci also shered car vvhich struck the top crossbar purchase of 15 new ranging up to the size of bascbaisin cooler weather Tho tJity pole andja twotone finish caused damage north and dropped into the 50s over east of the town A strip of of iowa during the night of 4 100 yards white designed to be conspicuous te KERMIT H HANSEN ;

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