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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 17, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME lomoN VOL LXtll Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1957 Tills Paper Consista of Two Ona N0 Itt Delve Deeper in East Coast Rackets Gross Expounds in Favor of CHEAPER WASTEBASKETS WASHINGTON Rep Gross Rlowa plunked a dull green wastcbasket down on a table in front of the House Tuesday This he said cost and was guaranteed not to rip rattle or run down at the Why he asked cant the State Department get along with similar Discussing the appropriation for the State Department Gross said he noticed the department had been spending for waste baskets but understood they had come down to baskets Personally Gross said he gets along with a one Havent Quit on Canal To Continue Negotiations ByxMARVIN ARROWSMITH WASHINGTON Wl President Eisenhower said Wednesday the United States still has some hope of solving the Suez Canal prob lem without resort to the U N Security Council The President told a news con ference it is not necessarily so that this country already has de cided to put the disagreement with Egypt before the council The United States Eisenhower added has not completely given up hope for an equitable solution Some Progress Eisenhower said further that he believes some progress has been made in U S negotiations with Egypt He said he was not deny ing that in the long run the con troversy might have to go to the U but repeated that he is notj Edgar Eisenhower made his re abandoning hope I marks Wednesday to a reporter On a related matter asked about a published Edgar Eisenhower Says He Doesnt See Eye to Eye With Ikes Aide WASHINGTON W Edgar Eisenhower said Wednesday he does not see eye to eye with Sherman Adams chief aide to his brother President Eisenhower At the same time however Edgar Eisenhower said he is not worried about the White House influence of Adams and automo bile magnate Paul G Hoffman Im not worried about anybodys influence on he said He can take care of The Presidents brother a lawyer uses the name Dwight for the instead of the Ike more com monly used by intimates Approve Faculty Pay Hike House Argues Money Bill DES MOINES The House voted Wednesday to add for faculty salary increases at the three state educational institutions before passing a Senate bill to pro vide appropriations for State Board of Regents institutions The bill as sent back to the Senate for concurrence in the sal ary increase amendment calls for a total expenditure of S year during the biennium begin ning next July 1 at the 11 insti tutions supervised by the Board of Regents The salary increase amendment was adopted 6831 and then the bilfwas passed 1020 Amendment Dropped Wrhen the bill was taken er said the United States still re gards both the Gulf of Aqaba and the Suez Canal as international waterways available to ships of all countries Eisenhower said it is up to in dividual American shipping com panies to decide in each case had any influence over the Presi whether they actually want to use the Suez Canal He made that statement when asked how long the United States plans to con tinue asking American ships to refrain from use of the canal Be Prudent Eisenhower said he does not be lieve we have made any such re quest to the shipping companies The companies have been told to be prudent however Eisenhower said Eisenhower dealt with these other matters said the United States has no plans lo at tempt to ring the Soviet Union with guided missile bases He added that the only plans this country has for missiles abroad were announced at h i s March conference at Bermuda with Brit ish Prime Minister Macmillan At that session the United States agreed to provide missiles to the British but stipulated that atomic warheads would remain in American custody said his disarmament aide Harold E Stassen believes disarmament talks with Russia now under way in London are the most impor tant and most serious since World War II Stassen also feels Eisenhower added that the gen eral atmosphere at the London negotiations is better than at earlier sessions and that every one is trying to work out an agreement statement attributed to him that he was worried about the influ ence of Adams and Hoffman Denying he had said that Ed gar Eisenhower said a reporter had asked him Tuesday whether he thought Adams and Hoffman dent He said his reply with re Ikes Reply WASHINGTON resident Eisenhower said Wednesday that ever since he was S years old his brother Edgar has been criticizing him He gave that brief a broad smile asked at his news con ference about criticism of his budget voiced by Edgar Eisen hower an attorney whose home is in Tacoma Wash gard to Hoffman was I dont know but in view of the Stude baker fiasco I dont think Had to Consolidate Asked what he meant by the reference to Studebaker Edgar Eisenhower replied You know they had to Hoffman headed the Studebaker automobile manufacturing con cern before its merger with Pack ard In Wednes days interview Edgar Eisen h o w e r was about his views on federalj aid to educa tion a field in which the Pres ident is asking up Rep W E Whitney RAurelia proposed an amendment to limit enrollments at the State Univer sity of Iowa Iowa State College and Iowa State Teachers College After the proposal ran into stiff opposition he withdrew the amend ment As the bill returns to the Sen ate the proposed ap propriation compares with the institutions are getting Three Killed in Accident West of Vail VAIL Three persons were I 1 T Till 1 1 i V L I A I killed early Wednesday m a carjnpw and recommended truck accident on Highway 30 justlby the governor west of here With the salary increases voted Killed in the accident wcreiby the House the three instJtu Gladvs 18 her sister Gor tlOns would get these amounts nober is ner Iowa stale Slo ia 22 and Lawrence Boger 27 and Teachers College a cousin of the dead girls The girls were daughters of Mr and The added for salaries Mrs Ferdinand Boger Westside at tne three schools would in Lawrcnce Boger was the son Orcrease SUI and ISC by year and ISTC Mr and Mrs Herman Charter Oak Also in the car Governors Asking was Boyd Finj These amounts were in the or who escaped iniginal bill as drafted by a Senate House subcommittee but the Sen SPRING FINALLY ARRIVES In the springa young girls fancy turns to well in this case washing the winter grime off the car Karen 37 River Heights dons a bathing suit amid G9 degree temperatures to take care of the chore as balmy spring weather made its first real appearance A Mason City Junior College student Karen admitted the idea of the boots was strictly that of the photographer WOULD BE EXEMPTED Senofe Approves Rewritten Bill on Salary Garnishment DES MOINES W which would have allowedlegislature of doing nothing for could file legal claim for up tojgarnishment of 10 per cent of allhe working man and Witness Tells of Blast Scranton Pa in Limelight WASHINGTON P1 William Munley swore Wednesday he dyn amited a nonunion house project jat Scranton in 1954 more or less on a dare and without any orders from union leaders Munley teslified to the Senate Rackets Investigating Committee that Paul Bradshaw then a stew ard in the Teamsters Union asked him to do the dynamiting but that he never talked about it with higher men in the union Bradshaw has been the chief witness in the committees cur rent hearings centered on alleged use of terrorism and violence to promote union organisation in the Scranton area Bradshaw has been convicted of felonious pos session of dynamite but insists he is taking the rap for others He lias not been sentenced Pleaded Guilty Munley and three others plead ed guilty in state courts lo charges arising from the dyna miting incident and all are now free after serving nine months of their sentences Robert Hubshman one of the three invoked the Fifth Amend mcnts protection against selfin crimination when called to the Senate committees witness chair after the senators heard Munley The senators finally ordered contempt proceedings against against the wages of a debt or who heads a family under a bill passed 3115 by the Senate Tuesday night family mans wages now you want to take away a protection The bill was a rewritten vcrsionjbe exempt Under the Senate bill which for the worker which has been the now returns to the House a law since week of the debtors wages would Illinois Law neran 26 Vail jury Coroner Harry Maxwell said it had not yet been definitely estab lished who was driving the car which ran utfderneath the rear of the truck Maxwell scheduled an inquest for Thursday Russian Embassy Employe Ousted WASHINGTON WVThe United States Wednesday ordered a Rus sian Embassy employe to leave the country immediately for highly improper activities ischools aimed at inducing Soviet refuaries ate Appropriations Committee eli minated them With the the total amount for board insti tutions is close to what the gov ernor asked Rep Jack Milroy RVinton said the additional amounts for salaries would increase the salary standing at the three schools to third place among similar Mid west institutions on the basis of 195556 figures However he added even with the increases the standing of the Iowa schools prob ably would be considerably below the top level because other also are increasing sal gees to return home Whitney urged that the addition The State Department said hcial amounts he granted He said if Soviet employe Gcnadi F Masha cut is made anywhere in Ihc re of o n e passed earlier by the Senate Votes to Adjourn on April 23 Chairman David Shaff RClin him Hubshmsn refused to answer any miesUons except lo give his name and address In testimony of others he had been linked to acts of terrorism including ings and sabotage The limit was contained in i Ion of the Senate Committee on Bcfoic Munley took the witness an amendment by Sen lack MiljManufacturing lor RSioux City which w a sTrade which adopted 2420 jbill said it Miller said his amendment was Commerce and chair the senators had an enter rewrote the Housetainms llour wUl Helen Canfield was patterned divorcee and friend a compromise between those seeking to protect t h e family wage earners income and those trying lo save merchants from bad debts In opposing George OMallcy Moines read to the Senate the late Gov an Illinois law which he said has been working well The Senate also approved an acrosstheboard S400 annual pay clccled jThc bill was sent to the House of Bradshaw Union Affairs A peppery and unhibited wit ness she let fly a broadside at s male members of the Teamsters the bill S c boosts do not apply to coun riTTQ MniMTTC im T7 1 j mi vu me oirildlC laiC LrUV lature at 5 April 23 voted by the Iowa Senate Wed nesday after a proposal to re cess at that time until Oct 7 was drowned under a chorus of message of wasjment bill ty supervisors in counties of 000 or Union who she said lack the backbone to fight lo clean up union affairs and have lei her where such officials carry on the fight alone are paid by the day One olhcrj Men she explained contemp a similar garnishjexception involves Juvenile Court I probation officers who will get Beardsley had said the purpose raises of S500 a year tously T h e y call themselves men How can they sleep at night i i The proposal to recess until when they sil by and let a woman do their fighting for them mcnls is Mo protect the homcjto increase by about SHi million I agree with you 100 percent annually the amount of slalek e n Goldwatcr RAriz re money for street work in cities I marked and the family against the finan tober was submitted by Duane Dewel frvr n Q sought to lure former Lt gents appropriation it should I1 ln cffcd build who fled on salaries cal1 for a sPccial up a to class Postal Postmaster General Summerfield had his complete approval in curtailing mail serv ice last weekend when Congress held up emergency funds re quested by the administration Eisenhower said Summerfield he added had no alternative when the S47 million sought by the Post Office Department was not forthcoming Girl Implicated in Jail Escape at Albert Lea ALBERT LEA Minn UP Two 17yearold boys who es caped from the county jail here Monday night were handed a hacksaw blade by a 14yearold girl friend of one of the youths Sheriff Carl Lindahl said the girl told him that one of the boys suffered a sprained ankle in the 25foot jump from the cell win dow through which they escaped The boys Robert Lambertus and Eilert Wendelboe left the jail on the eve of their trial on a morals charge The youths reportedly stole five cars Tuesday in five towns in the Albert Lea area The two are still at large SHOPPING CENTER NEWTON Shopping Center Inc plans lo build a mil lion dollar shopping center ADAMS rooms Person a 1 1 v I dont think there is any power in the federal government to grant aid to the Edgar Eisenhow er replied I think the states have the ability to look after themselves I think it is a state In Hot Watftr Edgar Eisenhower commented that he had seen the morning pa pers carrying the quotations which he denied in part I guess I am in hot he said He denied a published report that he was highly disturbed over influence exerted on the President by Dr Milton Eisen hower younger brother of both and president of Johns Hopkins University He said he has been asked whether Milton has been influen tial in getting the President to back certain liberal and added he does not know whether this is true Edgar said Milton has opposed federal financing of higher edu cation and he assumed MiHon would be against such aid for other forms of education in 1948 to return lo the Soviet Rep Elmer Vermeer RPella Union T h e department saidjobjected to the increases He said Mashkantzev also tried to g c tjit would result in an increase in others to go back to Russia taxes He said that in some cases but gave no details on these other cases the increased amounts would give salary boosts of to 30 per cent Sharp Exchange The suggestion brought a exchange between Son have been stolen from Long RManchester and Dewelpractice bombing range near ihc 0 Malley accused the present land owns The proposal would Miss Canfick a u b lh chynged dislribulion was to 10 per cent of slate sales andBradshaws sislcr Mrs Margaret Juse tax which goes into the road Kollra of Scranton testified union officials look Present Ratio hcr nilsband At present this 10 per cent aiasidc which amounts lo nearly who BOMBS STOLEN EL TOHO Calif FBI isays miniature aircraft extremely clanger revenge because of the on re when Long snapped Chemical Plant Blast Kills 5 Injures 4 NITRO W Va m An ex plosion at the Monsanto Chemi cal plant Tuesday killed five workmen injured four and turned a threestory building into rubble Three of the 12 men in the build ing escaped without injury I wonder how silly and foolish some people can he taking up the Senates time with this kind of thing at this stage of the ses Dewel retorted that I very much resent Longs remark and declared he was serious about his proposal Reapportionment Plan here again Oct 7 would give us chance to do some of the important things e havent done this Dewel said T wanl o specifical ly mention the mailer of reappor Itionment which is of great im portance but hasnt yet come out of the Sifting Committee in the Dewel said he was well aware that there is chatter that he gov ernor might call a special ses sion but said he does nol antici pate thai this The adjournamenl motion by Sen Frank Byers RMarion then was adopted by a voice vote Nine Drowned When Oil Rig Overturns El Toro Marine Corps Air Base About She quoted a Teamsters Union S7 million a year goes 42 per whom sne onl for highways 50 per cent for as ncr hllsband ondary roads and 8 per cent dont know streets m and towns whcn yoilrc whcn he The measure which the work rejected would have earmarked c Ci Sworn Statement Committee Chairman McClel Variable surfacing and 40 per cent fnrililn DArkl placed in evidence a j building third lanes on highwav uorn statement from Scrantons The Weather 130 per cent for city and I own streets 30 per cent for Mason City through Thursday Low Wcdncs TI div hils anrt bad curvrs James I Hanlon denying OMallcy said the amounl the ts Bradshaws tcsti hill proposes is just throwing i nlon that Hanlon had Iowa Considerable clmidinessjIiHle bait to lie He said lilSori Bradshaw to lay off un ihrough Thursday with scat1 cities and towns should gel a li aftcr a 19r3 cit election wilh lered light rain or sout hi bigger share of all road against union offi Thursday rind over most of than merely a bigger biteicials connection wilh the dyna statc Wednesday night Lowof the Wednesday nighi north j 381 south Mild Thursday 10 per cent solaside Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average two to four de grees below normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs JO north lo i4 south Nor mal lows 37 north lo 42 south Rising temperatures Friday Colder Saturday Precipitaioniwas k l l c 1 Farmhand Killed When Tractor Tips Near Osage Armstrong 57 Tucsdav wil to average onehalf about inch onefourth occurring mostly from showers or thun derstorms during the weekend Minnesota Fair and mild GlobeGazelle weather data up AP Wirephnlo FIRST vSEA TESTS Escorted by harbor craft the Mayflower II replica of the Pilgrim fathers vessel sails off Brixham England in its first open sea tests The craft will attempt to duplicate the transatlantic voyage of its famous predecessor in May NEW ORLEANS men were missing and presumed drowned when a big oil drillingto 8 a m Wednesday rig turned over in rough waters Maximum Tuesday fi in the Gulf of Mexico near tho Minimum Tuesday night 45 mouth of Ihc Mississippi River j At 8 a m Wednesday r2 Wednesday Precipitation 01 inch Six crewmen were saved wherijYhAfl AGO the rig toppled over while lues Maximum wcra taking it to a new Minimum 29 afternoon when his tractor tipped over after hitting a soft shoulder on a gravel road about a mile north of Osage near the Marshal Moody farm Coroner Whitley said he died of a broken neck and crushed chest The tractor was not damaged He was employed by Moody who found him about five min utes after the accident His wife and four children sur vive Funeral arrangements arc incomplete at the Champion Fu neral Home nuting Hanlons statement said allegations are untrue and have no basis in Mrs Kollra testified that her husband had obtained a job through Robert M alloy business agent of the Teamsters Union in Scranton in 1955 just before Miss Canfield and Bradshaw made the tape recordings by bugging Miss Canficlds apartment with microphones SAME 1956186 In 21 hoiiru   

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