Mason City Globe Gazette, July 9, 1956

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 09, 1956

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 9, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL E NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXil Press and Halted Press Full Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 9 1956 COMPROMISE AT BILLION This Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection Ono No 234 Aid Bill Is Approved One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE WTAD Qulncj IOSD Sundaj KGU 130tl Siiodty tVOl Ames Thursday WSUI U City BIO Saturday We Wont Die From Boredom K LL of us are going to die some day That observation isnt de batable I mention it only to add that for those now living death isnt likely to be from boredom Never have the dwellers on our earth particularly those in in a fastermoving or more completely interesting day and age A midwestern university presi dent in a commencement talk last month on another campus passed along the view that greater so cial and economic changes have occurred in the last one hundred and fifty years than in the pre ceding two thousand George Washingtons mode of life at Mt Vernon in the closing newed control of the upper days of the 18th century he house of the Japanese Parlia added was closer to the life of al merit But Socialist upsets in patrician of the Roman Republic Sundays PREMIER HATOYAMA Hatoyamas Backers Win in Balloting TOKYO W Prime Minister Ichiro Hatoyamas Conserva tive supporters Monday won re than it is to the life of his social counterpart in midtwentieth cen tury America In those postRevolutionary War days it was noted 90 per cent of election threatened the governments plans to re write the occupationsponsored constitution to speed rearma ment Midway in the vote counting the people in the newly createdj Socialists and one Communist American republic lived on farms had grabbed 6 of the 11 addi and only 10 per cent in cities and tional scats the leftists needed towns Today a mere 13 per cent to block Hatoyamas chances of our people are needed for the of retaining the twothirds ma important task of food productionj jority needed to revise the na on our farms Technology Has The story of course is one of mechanization Farming was once the calling of the poor and the unskilled Now il calls for sub stantial capital and more than a little scientific knowledge Fewer and larger farms are the rule un der an inexorable 5aw of econom ics The future promises still few lions charter The lefts gains including three major upsets came in races for 75 upper house seats elected by districts Counting was just starting on 52 addi tional scats filled by the nation President May Appeal to Senate From Oar Wire Services WASHINGTON The House without debate Monday approved a compromise billion dollar foreign aid authorization bill The measure was sent back to the Senate which must also ap prove before it goes to the White House for President Eisenhowers signature House passage was by voice vote Open The House later Monday was scheduled to open debate on a second bill carrying only in actual funds for the program There were indications from Gettysburg that President Eisenhower may make another move to the Senate in support of ais request for more money In round figures the authoriza ion measure would allow a four ailliondollar overseas assistance program for the year compared with Eisenhowers request Itsmajor reduction is 700 million dollars from the three bil ions Eisenhower sought for mili tary aid to free world countries A bigger cut of in arms aid is contained in the sec ond bill a appropri ations measure which carries the actual funds for the program This bill okayed by the Appropri ations Committee last Friday was tentatively slated for floor action late in the day Total Figure The committee computed its to tal figure at about below the total of both new and carryover funds it said Eisenhow er asked The money bill would be the main target of any drive to re store funds After House pas at large races in which the Sa6eJt musl still go through the Socialists were expected to Senate and a HouseSenate con make their strongest showing jfcrence Complete unofficial results Congressional leaders anticipat or farms and farmers and more for the 75 SMts chosen by dis mechanical equipment i lricts showed 46 Conservative Whether this is good or bad and 29 opposition members MISS UNIVERSE are a few of the contestants in the Miss Universe beauty contest which opens Thursday at Long Beach as they paused for a stopover in New York Left to right aie Can Uysal representing Turkey Gudlaug Gudmondsdottir ice AP Wirephoto land Ins Waller England Marina Crachel Germany Anita Treyens France Rosanna Galli Italy Ingrid Goude Sweden Lucienne Auquier Belgium and Elaine Bishenden Canada Hoax Phone Call Sends Mother on Fruitless Trip to Find Baby Road Patrol Pay Raise Bid Vetoed isnt at issue in this little visit ected to the House of Coun tvith you Im just pointing up the fact that a silent revolution is at Wilh 90 progovernment coun work None can say for sure cilors and 33 opposition mcm what its end or its dimensions sti11 navuiS three years of will be In the field of transportation as my educational administrator friend pointed out to the gradu ates of one of the worlds largest t e c h n ological universities the changes wrought by time have been no less dramatic than in ag riculture Men and women now our oldest citizens they would have to be of re member when the stagecoach was making way for the iron Automobile and air trans port at supersonic speeds was un of And yet they havei cometo pass Thought Progress Was Ended Once a member of Congress proposed as an economy meas ure that the office of patents be eliminated as a useless appendage of government In the preamble to his bill he pointed out that everything inventable had been invented It seemed foolish to him to go on spending money for a patent office This was about 116 years their sixyear term to serve the Conservatives 136 mem bers already were 10 more than the 126 needed to give Hato yama a majority in the 250 member house But the Social ist gains raised doubts that the final tabulation would seat the 167 Conservatives needed to amend the constitution The Socialists Communists and other leftists bitterly op pose Hatoyamas plans to re move from the constitution the occupationdictated clause re nouncing war ing an August adjournment date pointed to the amount of contro versial legislation still awaiting Senate and House action as the reason for new pessimism The administrations Civil Rights Bill and legislation to au f thorize federal construction of amen are receiving a substandard DES MOINES Legisla tive Interim Committee turned down Monday a State Public Safety Department request for in emergency funds vyhich to grant highway patrol rhea a a month raise The commiftee issued a state ment saying it was without au thority to grant such a request The statement said the proposal is one for determination by the entire SubStandard State Safety Commissioner Clin ton Mover made the plea for the pay boost He said Iowa patrol ixon Fires Return Salvo at Nehru KARACHI Pakistan W Vice President Nixon fired a return salvo at India and Prime Minis high dam at Hells Canyon on the IdahoOregon border are almost certain to provoke heated House debate Likely to die in the Senate are Houseapproved bills to raise pos tal rates and to provide pensions for needy World War I veterans Also on the Senate must list is a Houseapproved bill to lower the social Security benefit age for women from 65 to 62 and to per mit totally disabled workers to start collecting benefits at age 50 Some Senate compromise in the measure is considered likely About The Weather Mason City Clearing Monday night low 5559 Fair Tuesday high 7780 Iowa Mostly fair with little change in temperature Monday night and Tuesday Low Mon day night in the 50s just after the advent of the ironter Nenru Monday warning Fair and warmer horse on a more or less experiiany countryaccepting Communist mental base The steamship aid the risk of be come into being some four a Red satellite econom ades before but it was still the ically politically and militarily object of great awe Many still Specifying Nehru as the target doubted whether it was here tojof his words Nixon told an air stay and sailing vessels were stiiljPort news conference that anyone far more numerous and important who suggests Red assistance is in the total shipping picture inconsistent with freedom is The proposal to do away with reading history the patent office was made after Nixon spoke at the windup of a these inventions But take a look visit of almost four hours to Ka at some of the things that have come since Telegraphy transoceanic com munication by cable telephone movies automobiles airplanes wireless leading into radio and television jetpropelled airplane and now manmade satellites which make a trip to the moon a real possibility of the net quar ter of a century Jules Was Pikar Once Jules Verne was consid ered the dreamerof the ages Today most of his wildeyed pre dictions have come true and many which were too fantastic to bt conjured up by the French CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 rachi His remarks were certain to detonate fresh reaction in New Delhi since India is getting large scale Soviet as weil as American aid and since Nixon was speaking in Pakistan Indias rival for con trol of Kashmir SAMC FiveDay fowa Temperatures Monday night through Satur day will average 3 to 5 degrees below normal Slow warming is expected the next couple of days followed by cooling again Thursday and Friday Normal highs 86 north to 89 south Nor mal lows 61 north to 66 south Rainfall will average onefourth inch or less as showers mostly after Wednesday GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Monday Maximum Sunday 74 Minimum Sunday night 52 At 8 a m Monday 62 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 94 Minimum 67 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 Sunday Maximum Saturday 81 Minimum Satin day night 56 At 8 Sunday 64 Precipitation inch YEAR AGO Maximum gg Minimum 74 income He said the pay situation is so closely coupled with the morale discipline and efficiency of the patrol as to constitute an emergency Iowa patrolmen receive pay ranging from a starting salary of S270 a month to a month for senior patrolmen Meyer said purchase of a home has become impossible for many patrolmen under current FHA requirements Moyer stressed that patrolmen work 10 hours a day six days a week have one Sunday off each month and work on all holidays He said many patrolmen cannot help but feel they are underpaid and After Moyer presented his pre pared remarks interim commit tee members plied him with ques tions on such matters as transfer of patrolmen cooperation with county peace officers and other items Pay ProbUm Committee members asked Moyer why the pay problem was not brought up before the 1955 Legislature which granted a a month pay boost Moyer said he didnt know because he wasnt safety commissioner at that time On the question of transfers of patrolmen Moyer said he agreed with Rep Casey Loss DAJgona that such transfers sometimes cause a drop in morale But Moyeri added There always is a cogent rea son for moving a patrolman It is never done capriciously A pa trolman is told when he is hired the factors that may require him to To questions from committee members about cooperation be tween patrolmen and county sher iffs Moyer said he thought on the whole relations were very good but that county boards of super visors were prone to regard the sheriffs office as a law enforce ment agency rather than a road patrol outfit Moyer said each highway pa trolman has about miles of primary highway to cover and that is too much for each man to do a good job He said he hopes the 1957 will increase patrol strength Countrys Air Control Laws Outmoded Legislator Says GRAND CANYON Ariz WVAre the nations air control laws outmoded Yes says Rep Oren Harris DArk after conducting a hearing into historys worst commercial airline collision Perhaps say Civil Aeronautics Board officials responsible for the formulation of air traffic regulations But some Civil Aeronautics administration fellows who have to make the regulations a lot of changes wfll have to be made This summary shaped up Mon day following a House Commerce Subcommittees weekend inquiry into the TWAUnited Airlines crash that cost 128 lives Some of the suggestions de veloped by the bearing include Mass Burial in Arizona Cemetery for TWA Victims FLAGSTAFF Ariz W Sixty even coffins symbols of com mercial aviations most tragic controlled airways coast to coast moment stood in careful rows more ground communications sta ions electronic warning systems or airliners and closer liaison between the CAB and CAA llThe regulations need an over said Harris after a Las Vegas Nev hearing and a visit o the crash site We have been working under the same rules for 12 The subcommittee will not make any formal recommend ations until further hearings are among green and graceful pmes in the Flagstaff cemetery Mon day They were brought to the grassy slope to be lowered into the earth at a mass burial service for the people who lost their lives when a Trans World Airlines Sup er Constellation Airlines DC 7 the Grand Canyon June 30 Partial remains of only nine of the victims have been identified and a United collided over held in Washington The groupiTne bodies of three victims hava wants to hear from other airlines Deen sent to their homes for besides the TWA and United The verified by William K Andrews CAB chief off airways of which Jiere are 26 Andrews testified hat TWA which changed its flight plan after leaving Los An jeles had full responsibility for booking out for United But Oscar Bakke CAB deputy director of safety regulations tified that United had equal re sponsibility for looking out for TWA Bakke was supported by Chairman James R Durfee burial Separate services are being ar ranged for the 58 people killed aboard the DC 7 The burial plot will be known as the Grand Canyon Memorial Cemetery TWA said arrange ments have been made for per maintenance Investigate Actions of Two Men WESTBURY telephone call was disclosed hoax day to have sent Beatrice Weinlflav berger on a fruitless journey Sun1 day night to find her kidnaped 5weekold son Peter Police in Queens New York City said that two men admitted having made the call at Cresco Boy Dies in Crash Highway Toll Reaches 336 Five persons died in Iowa high way accidents Sunday boosting the states 1956 motor vehicle death toll to more than on this date last year The victims were Eldor Ishman 13 Cresco Connie Waite 8 daughter o Dr and Mrs John R Waite of Fenton Mrs Signe Ballance 66 Afton Joseph Roy 44 Tama Grace Copley 59 Bentonville Ark Young Ishman was injured fatally Sunday night in the colli sion of two cars on a county road two miles west and a mile north of West Union The office of Sheriff Fred A House said cars driven by Mrs Donald Ishman 32 and by Mrs Hazel Raim 41 of near West Un ion collided almost headon at the top of a knoll Skull Injury The boy apparently was thrown against the dash board by tha impact He suffered a fatal skull injury Mrs Ishman three other Ish man children Linda 7 Bruce 6 and Donna 5 and Sandra Allgood 10 Minneapolis were treated at the West Union hospital as were Mrs Raim and her son Law rence 16 All escaped without any apparent serious injuries Eldon Ishman was the son ol Mrs Mabel Ishman Cresco wid ow The boys father was killed in a hunting accident several years ago Mrs Donald Ishman a sisterinlaw of Eldon is the of the three other Ishman were in the car girl was killed of a farm lane ir car on a county road southwest of Fenton Poor Visibility The car was driven by Benma Men Identified Police identified the pair as dent scene bad at the acci To top off their nights work Cylinder Authorities the officials said the pair madesald overhangng tree branches three other calls later in thefmae night even while the heartbroken mother was keeping a lonely vigil on a deserted street with ansom in her possession They said they werent inter ested in the said New York Police Deputy Inspector Raymond V Martin They just vanted to see the cops run ordon Rowell 24 Woodside Queens a married railroad work IS their fourth child A third man who was HBLAST REPORTED TOKYO UP The Japanese government weather observatorj claimed that the United States set off another hydrogen bomb Mon day at its Bikini proving grounds PLEA UNANSWEREDMr and Mrs Morris Wein berger show the strain of their ordeal as they appeal Sunday before microphones for a second time to appeal for the return of their kidnaped baby The tot has been missing since July 4 into custody when Rowell and iebler was seized was cleared f any wrongdoing He just hap jened to be there when the police rrived Mrs Weinberger dashed out of er bouse at and drove off She returned at 3 The reason for her trip was not re vealed until Monday Following instructions she left home so as to arrive at 53rd Street and Skillman Avenue in Woodside at It is a deserted spot near the Long Is land Railroad tracks The caller had said it was learned that 90 minutes after the money was picked up Mrs Wein berger would find her baby in St Joan of Arc Roman Catholic Church several miles away Waited 70 Minutes Alone and with cash in Surviving are the childs par ents Dr and Mrs John R Waite Fenton a brother Jerald and sister Maila and grandmother Ella Waite The child was born May 10 1948 at Estherville Funeral services will be held Wednesday at at the home and at 2 at St Johns Lutheran Church Fenton The Rev W H Friedrich will offi ciate The Thomas Funeral Chapel Fenton is in charge Mrs Ballance was killed when car in which she was riding i skidded on loose gravel and over turned on a gravel road between taken Truro and Peru The driver of the car Mrs Edna Lamb and anoth er passenger Mrs Gerde Ruck man both of Afton were hospital ized at Winterset Killed Sunday Roy a construction worker was killed Sunday afternoon when tha car he was driving went out of control and overturned on Highi way 63 south of Tama Roy a bachelor focmerly lived at Traer Mrs Copley was killed and three other persons were serious ly injured in a headon crash ot two autos just north of the junc tion of Highways 20 and 69 nine miles east of Webster City Andrew E Duley 62 Milan the driver of the northbound car in which Mrs Copley was riding was reported in serious condition at a Webster City hos pital The driver of the southbound her possession the mother waitjcar Alvy Vwre 18 Princeton ed an agonizing 70 minutes NothMo and his mother Mrs Pearl ing happened Moore 59 were reported in crit She went to the church condition Police and clergymen joined tol bottom Again Weinberger made her weary way home It was revealed Sunday night that Mrs Weinberger had made a first vain attempt to meet with the kidnaper and recover child Friday night her Stuyvesant P i n n e 1 1 Nassau County chief of detectives told reporters that Mrs Weinberger took in cash and drove away from her home Friday for with the abductor without making She returned contact SAFE STOLEN T woikers Employment Record for June WASHINGTON Employ stole a safe which contained from Barneys Tavern here Sun day police said ment reached an alltime high in June with million Americans holding jobs the government re ported Monday The report by the Commerce and Labor departments showed more persons at work last month than in the previous record month last August when there were jobholders At the same time unemploy ment increased by in June to or per cent of the entire labor force Young summer out of school or seeking postgraduation jobs ac counted for the increase both in employment and in job seekerc ;

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