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Council Bluffs Nonpareil (Newspaper) - July 9, 1956, Council Bluffs, Iowa The Weather Council Bluffs and Vicinity Monday fair and cool low Way iS per VOL 91 Lonely futile KEY SOUTHWESTERN IOWA Telephone 4061 COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA MONDAY JULY 9 1956 Fruitless Journey After Hoax Call In Kidnaping v v telephone call was disclosed day to have sent Mrs Beatrice Weinberger on a fruitless Sunday night to find her son Peter in Queers New York Gty said that two men admitted having made the call at p.m To top off their night's work the said the pair made three other calls later in the even the heartbroken mother was kipping a lonely On a ed street 55.090 random in her possession They said they weren't inter- ested in the said York Police Deputy Inspector Raymond V Martin just wanted to see the cops run around Identify Pair Police identified ftp pair as 24 of Queens a married railroad er now and Robert 26 of Jackson Heights Queens wife is J their fourth child I A third man as taken into custody when Rowell and was seized was cleared of any He fust happened to be there when the police arrived Mrs dashed out oj her house at p.m and drove off She ai 3 am The reason for her trip was not re- until Monday Time It was the second time com- j believed to be from j me person who snatched the fant from a paco days 320 j had sent the i er off alone to try to reclaim her son first fruitless effort was last Friday Following instructions she left home so as to arrive at and Sic Urn an Avenue in side Queens ai p m It s a deserted snot mar the Long lard Railroad tracks 1 Tne caler had said it was 1 learned hat 90 minutes after tHe Beatrice Wirephoto fruitless Employment At All-time High Million Hold Jobs During June berger would find her baby in St Joan of Arc Roman Church several miles away Alone and with cold cash in her possession the mother ed an agonizing minutes Ing happened She went to the church anyway Police and clergymen joined to search the building from top to bottom Again nothing and Mrs berger made her weary way home Airway Program For The Jet Age Five-Year Plan For Air Traffic Control WASHINGTON ff The Civil Aeronautics Administration told Congress Monday about a j federal airway j gram aimed at preparing for the i jet age and guarding against air collisions i Charles J Lowen CAA i said that within a year 1 j CAA will be well along on a j year plan which he described as j the greatest air traffic control program in history Besides coping with the greater I speed of jet aircraft one aim of j the program is to ward off the tt dangers of increased air While city street crews scooped PRICE 5 CENTS Matter for The full Legislature Turn Down Hard Hit Sunny Skies To Aid With Storm Cleanup Other pictures on page 6 Sunny weather was ahead for Council Bluffs so was a major traffic In i n a House mud off the streets nearby day of any more immediate rain The forecast called for sunny 85 degree weather Monday and Tuesday Monday night will fae fair and about 55 degrees cool Only a few traces of ram were I 128 lives ly 13 WASHINGTON ff ment reached an all time high in June with million Americans holding jobs the government re- ported Monday The report by the Commerce Radar Coverage and Labor Departments showed more persons at work last month than in the previous record month last August Mtl J Operations from the violent downpour and s noted that the j hail storm that hit this area crash of two com- evening added UP fee damage resorted in the state Sunday The The new program provide complete radar coverage were At the same time money was picked up Mrs j ment by in June or 4.2 per the New Effort To End Gas Strike State Of Missouri Files Injunction jet jet age ST LOUIS The State of Monday filed an tion suit in a new effort to end a strike against che state seized Laclede Gas Co that has resulted in a breakdown of natural gas to an estimated to 20.000 customers The suit asked for a restraining order to prevent the striking Oil A t o m i c Workers from continuing inciting porting and participating in the work now m its ninth day Be Cited Union leaders defying such a court order could be cited for con- tempt of court at the same time a tion a Circuit Court ment that the Act under which the utility was declared unenforceable and an- const was by a un- ion attorney At one of the company's plan's pickets carried a bearing Donnelly Gas Gov Phi M the of the last the Law barnn strikes public utilities on the Inc Tne 2.200 sinkers have I entire labor force j Young summer workers getting out of school or seeking this graduation jobs for the j increase both in and Jin job seekers the j ments said j The June total of jobholders approximately more than a year earlier It represented an increase of over the May total of i Increased employment was re- 1 ported in both agricultural and nonfarm activities summer workers accounting nearly ail the increases i The report there was a boost o-f 535.000 in nonfarm ties and 730 000 in agriculture Tie report pointed our that normally show a greater increase at this time of year of the United States at high tudes and give the CAA traffic controller radar eyes Lowen said the 40 million lars requested by President and voted by Congress tms year to establish was the 84 recorded here was 54 at compared to the Bluffs claimed j Public Works Director reading of 59 Grover said the cleanup job would take the rest of this j week He said streets all over town were covered with thick I layers of mud Monday j Street and sewer employes and all the equipment we've got from the new air facilities is the first of a plan that were carting the mud away Grover added Blacktop Rolls Up Heaviest mud deposits were on the hill district along Third Street and in the North Eighth Street district state Up Vvhen water the County Plans 14 New Bridges y Estimated Cost Set At Construction of 14 bridges 5 various parts of County at an estimated cost o is being planned The Pottawattamie Count Board of Supervisors adopted a resolution authorizing i of dirt streets in the P immediate suburbs were turned into rutted i use of navigation and traffic con- layers of dried mud fav the of the Stanley SM fready developed he I rain A number of basements in Co of to assist research continues Town were damaged by water county engineering deViCeS Heaviest damage was reported ment in Preparing the projects i by Mr and Mrs Dale Vetterick Rev Carlsen To California Pulpit f T Tne verner X Carlsen of f c- action is subject or Ave The to approval fay the Iowa Highway vacationing in Denver Commission The 14 bridges are turned Saturday night to find half projects tne concrete of their i t- house collapsed j ye 8 This Year Mrs Vetterick said water i Engineer Paul Mahoney ly pushed out the east Isaid the engineering firm will i nev verner N of out the east wall u Ule firm will j 606 Bluffs St pastor of Our of foundation causing it to i PrePare preliminary surveys pre- Lutheran 1 into the basement Some designs and the Two Men Admit D M Burglaries MOINES Two men captured Sunday night on the roof of a supermarket here have six burglaries m Des Moines and at Dec 29 day Safes robbed in earn of The Des said Held were Sex Duff 30 Des and a i 1L LU Lutheran 1 into the basement Some Church is re- and children's toys i ed designs signing to the basement He said eight of the projects cept a new she said Ordinarily I be scheduled for of torate she the family would have contracts before the end of this HP been in the basement whon thQ i Tho Quakes Tidal Waves Kill 46 Hit Aegean Islands Off Southern Greece ATHENS Greece quakes and repeated tidal waves struck the Aegean Islands off southern Greece Monday At least 46 were reported killed The brunt of the quakes was felt by the island of Thira where 36 persons were reported dead and los where at least 10 were said to have perished Local police said an unknown number of victims still lay beneath the debris on los due north of Tidal waves struck the island of Crete three times in less than half an hour Huge waves also hit Samos and in the canese and the islands of lia Paros Amorgos and Ikaria The police chief on me Aegean Island oi Syros telephoned that the quakes also shook Athens accompanied by an -tion of the volcano on Thira 125 miles southeast of the Greek tal Houses Collapse Tne government announced that most of the houses on Thira had collapsed and the rest j habitable The island has a lation of nearly 10000 About 20 per cent of the bouses Patro DES AP The Legislative Interim Committee turned down Monday a State Safety ment request for in emergency funds with which to grant highway patrolmen a a month raise The committee issued a statement saying it was without authority to grant such a request The ment said the proposal is for determination by Being Paid for Doing Nothing He Resigns Job SPARTA N J pal supply and property sor of this little community re- signed a year post Mon day because he was being paic for doing nothing Harold C Schaefer of Lake hawk said in his letter of nation that the job was either created in error or was a cal attempt to reimburse me for my years of loyal Republican work Schaefer department store op- is president of the Sparta Township Republican Club and a candidate for the com- Along with his resignation he re- turned his paycheck for June and a personal check for ing pay for March April and June on Amorgos were aged and heavy property losses were listed on other islands al residents of were moved to the interior after a foot wave swept the harbor and shores The government rushed relief Rev signed ary Carlsen the He basement when The other six 1957 tion Sunday he j Creek nearly filled with Location Of Structures has been water during the height j The M by the Ol tne was back to Home Monday and practically Board of clear of debris United Cuts HuSe Swath Evangelical Lutheran to The hay caused damage Calif A new con- from devastating to severe work to gel them Detective Chief R E O'Brien the theft admitted by the 3 safe at ibe Ke saki chimed IT xe afraid being formed in a new housing development there Tne Rev Mr Carisen said he expects to leave with his for California the first part of October A new pastor is ed here by then The Rev Mr Carlsen has been pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran Church four years Prior to that he was a Chaplain Pottawattamie will replace present Cher and supplies to che stricken ands Rescue parties with tents and medical supplies were sped to the scene in 12 navy ships Army planes and helicopters made re- survey flights over the area Fund Of To Fight Hoppers Ceiling For Aid Compromise Goes To Senate WASHINGTON The House Monday passed a compromise setting a ing on the foreign aid program for the 12 months which began July 1 The compromise now goes to the Senate The House spent only five utes on the once authorization measure Passage came on a scarcely audible voice vote House attention shifted to a arate appropriation measure which provides under the terms of the authorization or ceiling Both measures are far below President requests He asked for about five dollars Committee Slash The House Appropriations Com- last week voted to slash the below request I Rep Taber the senior Republican on the Appropriations Committee called the committee i cut too deep but said he could i m some sections of Southwest Iowa Hail cut a huge swath about S miles wide and 10 miles long in an area west of Carson to Macedonia and Henderson Farmers in the vicinity ed crops devastated in half the area Corn and grain was over the rest of the BOOSTER County Road K TOWNSHIP On County DES A fund of Creek TOWNSHIP Creek two south c den j ALK TOWNSHIP TWO i of Agriculture by the with not announce what move he the entire Legislature State Safety Commissioner ton Moyer made the plea for the pay boost He said Iowa men are receiving a income He said the pay situation is so closely coupled with the morale discipline and efficiency of me patrol as to constitute an emergency Salary Range Iowa patrolmen receive pay ranging from a starting salary of a month to a month for senior patrolmen Mover said chase of a home has become im- possible for many patrolmen un- der current FHA requirements Mover stressed that patrolmen work 10 hours a day six days a week have one Sunday off each month and work on all holidays fe said many patrolmen cannot help but feel they are underpaid and underprivileged ay Scales Cited The safety commissioner cited patrol pay scales in neighboring states as Minnesota 5370 a month plus HO a month for each year of service Wisconsin a month plus subsistence and actual expenses lus 510 a month for each five ears of service a month plus ng and equipment Missouri a month clothing and a 10 per cent pay boost each five years of service Nebraska 5350 a month plus a month expense North Dakota a month South Dakota to 3 month plus a day expense al In remarks prepared for the in- terim group Mover law to stress his contention that the legislative group has power to make the funds available He said the State Department of Public Safety concurs in a National Safety Council that patrolmen should re- an average of a month more per man than they get now Longevity Plan Mover said however that a longevity pay plan will be pre- sented to the 1957 Legislature and that meanwhile a a month boost would increase the basic range from to a month He stressed that patrolmen and their families are expected to maintain standards which Ovtr j 545.000 for fighting grasshoppers granted to the State Depart might make to restore funds Round Figures In round figures the tion measure would a ent pay schedules do not permic er two miles east of TORK TOWNSHIP Qr C V aid M JAMES TOWNSHIP On On west In Switzerland appeared Monday to have the storm in good shape KEG CREEK of On Three request Its major reduction is 700 j dollars from the three The legislators granted sought for tary of Agriculture Clyde aid to free world countries the full sum Spry sought for the j A bigger cut of in fight arms aid is contained in the U a measure which carries the for the program is okayed by the To questions from committee members about cooperation be- tween patrolmen and county Mover sard he thought or the whole relations were verv for the year compared I county boards of were prone to regard Spry also was granted for hiring inspectors to gracing law He bad asked 542.500 in addition 4 Bubble for Prometheus Greek God Of Fire on 14 YOnK Don't Score Council Bluffs Jo Sunday Vc of fnc hucn In a un Ihc off the Elect Bishop Ensley YORK F chairman the oi the Crarch Love is much like mushrooms flv the Popular Innovation CRESTON T The Rw -T it a worship for Sunday and ahou in He the men were very astic and to request such a every Sunday next mer Services be held remaining Jhs month Mr Barnette is pastor cf Church here i Gruenther Retiring I GETTYSBURG Pa dent on thr tet his present rank oa full general County Engineer Paul Mahonev ations Committee last was tentatively for floor action in the dav An Open Verdict In Death ST LOITS An cl sheriffs office as a law ment agency ramer than a patrol outfit Patrol Work Limited Many supervisors object to to roads Mover do help us tremendously times but they are limited in the amount of patrol work can do Mover said each ias to and that is IOT much Jir each d n IV of Floral M yard of his suburban the in his head ur it was f rnn California Riot FAX A jans a ri Flash Flood Surges Through 4-H Camp -x A far f JUT before lescoe workers iO campers be- gan the and de- sj the a inches of ram in tso hours No one was reported IT police n hurt 9 of the n Police Hay El said it the not in history oi the city Of the he those and you have arrested 75 re 103 You grao first you see i the five special men on dirty whers the broVe out at Gardens were the inured Charles Silvia of at wore smashed the i band stand was 1 glass littered fee floor
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