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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 t5 SOUTHWESTERN IOWA Telephone 4061 COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1956 Fruitless Journey After Hoax Call In Kidnaping WFXTRITBV v v _____ WEaTBURY, X.Y., telephone call was disclosed Mon- day to have sent Mrs Beatrice Weinberger on a fruitless jouny-v Sunday night to find her fcdnaped 5-'Aeek-old son. Peter. Pobce_ 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 n-ght, even wn.le the heartbroken mother was kipping a lonely vjgii On a desert- ed street w.th 55.090 random in her possession. "They said they weren't inter- __. ested in the said yevf York Police Deputy Inspector Raymond V. Martin. just wanted to see the cops run around." Identify Pair Police identified ftp pair as Gorcbn Rowc-lJ. 24. of Queens, a married railroad work- er, now and Robert G.c-bler. 26. of Jackson Heights. Queens. wife is expecr-Pz J their fourth child. I A third man as taken into custody when Rowell and Gsebler was seized was cleared of any He fust happened to be there when the police arrived. Mrs. WeinbersPr dashed out oj her house at p.m. and drove off. She reromed ai 3 am. The reason for her trip was not re- vealed until Monday. _ Sw-ond Time It was the second time tha 0'lT'nir Board of clear of debris. United Cuts HuSe Swath Evangelical Lutheran Oiurch to The hay caused damage rang- Eas: Whirtier. Calif. A new con- from "devastating to severe" work. to gel them Detective Chief R. E. O'Brien sa-d the birgest theft admitted by the 3 .safe at ibe Rosis-'o" Ke saki chimed j9 IT) harc'-arv -aTf cp- 'xe afraid being formed in a new housing development there. Tne Rev. Mr, Carisen said he expects to leave with his familv for California the first part of October. A new pastor is expect- ed here by then, The Rev. Mr. Carlsen has been pastor of Our Savior's Lutheran Church four years. Prior to that stretch- he was a Xavy Chaplain. Pottawattamie dses will replace present Cher -'are and supplies to che stricken is- ands. Rescue parties with tents and medical supplies were sped to the scene in 12 navy ships. Army planes and helicopters made re- peated survey flights over the area. Fund Of To Fight 'Hoppers Ceiling For Aid Compromise Bill Goes To Senate WASHINGTON 3? The House Monday passed a compromise bill setting a four-billion-dollar ceil- 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 min- utes on the once hotly-disputed authorization measure. Passage came on a scarcely audible voice vote. House attention shifted to a sep- arate appropriation measure which provides under the terms of the authorization, or ceiling bill. Both measures are far below President jbisenhower's requests. He asked for about five ofllion dollars. Committee Slash The House Appropriations Com- mittee last week voted to slash (the bill below Ei- senhower's 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 report- ed crops "devastated" in half the area. Corn and grain was severe- over the rest of the BOOSTER TOWXSHIP _ County Road K. TOWNSHIP On County TOWN-SKIP CK-J DES A fund of osquno Creek. TOWNSHIP Creek, two niiies south c den. j 'ALK TOWNSHIP TWO i rnent of Agriculture by the with not announce j'ust what move he the entire Legislature." State Safety Commissioner Clin- ton Moyer made the plea for the pay boost. He said Iowa patrol- men are receiving a sub-standard 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 S270 a month to a month for senior patrolmen. Mover said pur- 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 follows: Minnesota 5370 a month plus HO a month for each year of service. Wisconsin S3U a month, plus subsistence and actual expenses, lus 510 a month for each five ears of service. a month plus doth- ng and equipment. Missouri S325 a month clothing and a 10 per cent "pay boost each five years of service" Nebraska 5350 a month plus a month expense allowance- North Dakota a month. South Dakota to 3 month plus S3 a day expense al tovance. In remarks prepared for the in- terim group. Mover Iou-a" 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 findjng that lovva patrolmen should re- ceive an average of S70 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 salary- range from to a month. He stressed that patrolmen and their families "are expected to maintain standards which pres- Ovtr j 545.000 for fighting grasshoppers granted to' the State Depart might make to restore funds. Round Figures In round figures, the authoriza- tion measure would a four- ent pay schedules do not permic." er two miles east of McClel- TORK TOWNSHIP _ Qr. Count? C. Tr.id'nav Countv V aid M. JAMES TOWNSHIP On On nuies west In Switzerland _ Countv roads} appeared Monday to have sur- the storm in good shape. KEG CREEK of On Three Mon-, request Its major reduction is 700 j niiJlion: dollars from the three bi3- The legislators granted Secre-' J-'ons tisenhower sought for mH5- tary of Agriculture Clyde. Spry! aid to free world countries, the full sum Spry sought for the j A bigger cut of in anti-hopper fight. arms aid is contained in the sec- "U. a appropri- measure which carries the for the program. is bill, okayed by the Apnropri- To questions from committee members about cooperation be- tween patrolmen and county sher- iffs. Mover sard he thought or. the whole relations were verv srocxi. for the year, compared I tjlat county boards of saper- LOOO were prone to regard Spry also was granted 5JO.COO additjonal for hiring inspectors to enfore Jor'va gracing law. He bad asked 542.500 in addition 4 Bubble Bafh for Prometheus, Greek God Of Fire on 14) XKW YOnK j? PrmriViis. Don't Score Here! (r-o- Council Bluffs Jo Sunday :n Vc of ,nt-> Iv-jMft fnc hucn In a f.-sv TnniJks -vrntr un -iwd Ihc off 'io-a r-i'vii 1V the Elect Bishop Ensley YORK F. Ger- chairman the CTirch t'njon oi the Methoist Crarch. Love is prettv much like mushrooms, flv the Popular Innovation CRESTON .T The Rw. -T Hamc it" inauenratcd a fi-.TO a.m. worship for Sunday and ahou' in He the men were "very enthusi- astic" and to request such a every Sunday next sum- mer. Services be held ead: remaining Smday Jhs month. Mr. Barnette is pastor cf Congregationa] Church here. i Gruenther Retiring I GETTYSBURG, Pa. dent Mondav on thr tet his present rank oa" full general, County Engineer Paul Mahonev ations Committee last "Frid'ay., was tentatively siated for floor action 3aJe in the dav. An Open Verdict In Jurist's Death ST. LOITS An
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