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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home 4 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE IT u r p i V HMV NEWSfAPIR THAT M A K E S A L U N 0 R T H OWANS NIIQHOS HOME EDITION VOL LXIIi Associated Press ana lioited Fuli Lease Wires Seven Cents MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 2 19sT Xbli Paper CotwUts of Two Ono 1 i iwu Ono u Tax Plan Passes Veto Assured I f AMTO Force President Renews Pledge Germany Host to Parley OUS WIEE SERVICES BONN Germany Eisenhower assured the North At lantic alliance Thursday that the United States will maintain its forces at their present strength despite Britains planned defense cuts Secretary of State John Foster Dulles conveyed this message from the President to the firsl session of the 15nation NATO Council made up of the foreign ministers of the countries in the alliance He said the President gave it to him when they talked ust be fore Dulles took off for Germany The American view was promptec by a feeling that the British cuts might set off a chain reaction 01 reductions among the other NATO nations No Dulles said the President had instructed him to assure the coun cil that the United States contem plate no4 change inthe disposition of its forces from what was an nounced arthe last council session in Pans last September The threeday council meeting began with a brief opening public ceremony followed by the first of five working sessions in the con ference room of the West German Foreign Office The meetings were highlighted by these statements West German Chancellor Kon rad Aednauer told Soviet Russia that world peace lies m Russias hands alone and warned that a modern atomic war would bring an apocalyptic fate upon all mankind including the Soviet bloc itself Remain Intact Dullesannounced that the US will maintain its forces intact He warned that there could be no general cutback of NATOs strength until the Soviets accept an overall system of controlled disarmament British Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd said the West is right to base its own defense policy on nuclear deterrents He said the Soviets respect this Political opposition at home made it toughfor some of the NATO governments West Ger manys in particular to agree to stock tip on arms that could be fitted with American atomic war heads in case of Communist at tack But NATOs retiring secretary general Lord Ism ay of Britain warned the 15 nations that our alliance in terms of sheer numPlaved baseball on the 6th bers could never successfully op pose those of the Soviet Union without the use of nuclear weap ons In West Germay approaching ucr a general election next Septem shockedshe berthc opposition Socialists are appealing to antiwar sentiments A TT r and fears of Russia by campaign of Iowa ofilcial ine against niniMr said the school has no jurisdiction ing against nuclear equipment for the new German army Committee Backs Scott McLeod WASHINGTON Sen ported The committee voted to send the controversial nomination to the Senate floor for confirmation after defeating 96 a motion to postpone action AP Wirephoto CAMPAIGN JITTERS Sarah Johncox ffiinj ton Va looks a bit unhappy as Mamie Eisenhower tries to comfort her duringa White House ceremony open mg the drive for funds by the Cerebral Palsy Assn Sarah the 1957 campaign girl quickly made up to the Presidents wife however Negro SUI Students One a Mason Cityan Get Orders to Move Two University of Iowa studenvtsone a Mason Cityan have been asked to move from their Iowa City apartment because thev are Negroes Beck and Attorney in Split To Face New Questioning WASHINGTON Teamster President Dave Beck faces anew round of questioning by Senate investigators next week without the legal services of former Sen James H Duff of Pennsylvania Chairman McClellan DArk announced Wednesday night he has summoned Beck to appear May 8 for another public hearing before the special Senate com mittee investigating alleged rac keteering in labor unions and in dustry McClellan said the group would receive further derogatory evidence against the Teamster boss Both Agreed Beck and Duff agreed they had parted company But they dif fered on what caused this Duff said he had withdrawn from Becks employ Beck said that he was dropping Duff and his law firm because the former GOP senator would not appear with him at the new hearing next week Arthur 0 Condon an associate of Duff sat at Becks elbow when the Teamster chief last was be fore the committee March 27 At that time Beck repeatedly invoked the Fifth Amendment pleading it might tend to incrimi Philip T Saunders 24 Mason City a first year sfBEBfiT ATafViariial n 11711rn or XTi11 T 1 xiAKJw JF cax law SLUUent and Nathaniel G Williams 35 Nashville Tenn studying for his doctorate in music are the two involved Williams is on leave as head of the department of at Houston Tdlotson College Aus Army Adopts New Rifle Confirms 8 Atom Gqnnon WASHINGTON JPtThe Penta gon has reported two major weap ons changes It announced the Armys adoption ofa new rifle and confirmed reports U S forces have an eightinch atomic artillery shell Its the quietest bunch ofMds The Army said Wednesday it lived there said a has formaUy adopted the new T44 neighbor I think its terrible rifle developed by Army Ord rnov noirA J J J v tin Tex Their landlord Glenn M Meefcs an insurance and real estate salesman told them in a letter they would have to leave He said he had received two complaints from neighborsthat their pres ence would lower property values in the neighborhood No Complaint He admitted there was no com plaint of the students conduct Theyve behaved themselves well he said they have to leave Ten other students live in the house There was no indication that they ever had objected to the two Saunders was graduated from Mason City Junior College and then attended Cornell College from which he graduated in 1954 He entered the Army that August and was discharged last August after serving more than a year in Germany While there mored Cavalry Regiment team he Ar Family Shocked His mother Mrs Albert J Saunders admitted Thursday that she and her husband were shocked She added Of course we have to attribute it to ignor jnc iepariment QJS uuucnuun closure that eight inch atomic bad been completed shells are in existence came in response to inquiries by reporters over the past several years The ance no jurisdiction We have a few cases like this every year It just gives us the problem of finding housing for them Williams said he did not plan on attending the University of Iowa this summer anyway INDIAN HOME UNCOVERED ate Foreign RelationscommiUee Thursday voted 96 to approve the old Indian home has been un controversial nomination of Scott covered foy University of Iowa McLeod as ambassador to near land Six Democrats voted against the State Department security chief according to members who left the closed door session early McLeod was supported by all seven Republican committee members and Democratic Sena tors Mike Mansfield and Russel B Long it was re Prof R J Ruppe said Thursday SAME leg means no tnffio deith ic pust 24 nance to replace four shoulder Garand Ml rifle the Browning automatic rifle the 30califaer carbine and the M3 submachinegun The T44 uses 762mm ammuni of union funds his personal use Beck noted he was the of an income tax The Teamster chief irritated some members of the committee by referring again and again to Duff as his legal adviser The senators said they were not im pressed Lost Election Earlier Duff told a newsman tion thp f j K 1 rt j newsman it was U16 tnim Dili VetOfifl by NATO tLn Th 5 bad Gov Loveless during the current RATO troops The cartridges are from Becks case He declined to legislative session The other two shorter and lighter than the 30explain the reason but he said would have given farmers exemp caUoerammunition used in the there might be something to a tion from aying sales on V Smnntff hat the in crop production The Defense Department Duff undertook for Beck and granted tax relief to muni Will Coll Special Session House Stand Is Reversed DES MOINES HP louse Thursday changed its mind and passed the per ent sales taxbill it had de bated Wednesday night Gov Herschel L o v e 1 e promptly announced ha would veio it and call the Legislature back into special NEW HIGHWAY SPEED SIGNS State Safety Engineer W 0 Price Bob Beck the new nighttime Jtoit MkhXi Garnishment Bill Vetoed by Governor DES MOINES bill to permit garnishment of personal earnings to force payments of debts was vetoed Thursday by Gov Herschel Loveless He said the bill impaired laws designed to provide a measure of protec tion to the home and family against In his vetomessageGov Love less said the needfor protection y than it was four years ago or when the safeguards were set up many years ago He noted that a similar garnish ment bill was vetoed in 1953 by the late Gov William S Beard sley The Governor also bsted these as other reasons for vetoing the measure The legislation would make every employer a poten agency Rather When Beck hired Duff before T the March hearing Duff said he S1 would not appear with the Teamthan the ster president because the inquiry commences therefrom it is was based on information Path qmte the employers in incur theexpenses and in conveniences therefrom it is in part while Duff still was Jany cases would dismiss em in the Senate He was defeated earDinSs had been for reelection last year garnisheed rif D i i For individuals experiencing jepxesenimg me nJvpnt fmii of a solvent family budget It was the third bill vetoed by cipal transit companies department also said the Army has both eightinch guns and eightinch howitzers capable of firing the nuclear ammunition 3 General Interest Proposals Killed by Iowa Senate mi 3 meiKuy oi an telephone caller whose Telephone Call Touched Off Stock Sale Splurge Paducah Mayor Heckled About SWITCH TO D S J Ky Daylight time for Mayor George Jacobs Opponents of the fast time hve called the mayor ah the crack of dawn dally since the time change went into effect here Sunday Their entire conversation is Mayor its Hnie to get up Jacobs said his hecklers hang up too fast for him to inform them he only goes alonjj with DST because most Padocahans Wftrtt IT Jacobs said he has never liked the time change and he likes n less this week Present Form Laws rii iiiii i Benson WASHINGTON un Secretary of Agriculture Benson declared inursday that major provisions of present farm laws are failures for better but made no specific M criticism of crop control measures enacted m the late 1930s and subsequently modified and of the flexible nrice support program enacted in 1954 at the urging of President Eisen hower and himself While offering no specific proposals for improving farm aid pro Benson gave a word of praise to those provisions in pres ent laws which give him wide lee way in settbg price supports on 33 Die in Plane Crash in England BLACKBUSHE England rippled military transport plane crashed in flames Wednesday night after a desperate attempt to return here for an emergency landing Thirtythree of 35 persons aboard died The twinengine Viking was car rying military personnel and their families to Libya Officials said the dead one woman and two children Also aboard were 25 British 2 war department ivilian workers and a crew of 5 EGG LAW STANDS DES MOINES attempt to repeal the 1955 egg grading law apparently was dead in the Legis lature Thursday The House Wednesday rejected an attempt to take the bill from its Sifting Committee By JOHN CHADVVICK WASHINGTON W Sen Jack son DWash declined Thursday o say whether Senate investiga tors know the identity of an al interest legislative proposals including mea dead Thursday after attempts in the Senate to breathe life into them failed All three proposals had been approved by tfie House The measures proposed to 1 Set machinery in motion for a vote of the people on a constitu ttonal amendment to permit liq uor law changes which might be submitted by the Legislature un der referendum procedure 2 Permit small counties to levy taxes about present legal maxi mums to raise money for general county operating expenses 3 Put the four state mental health institutes under direction of a state mental health director be hired by a sevenmember Mental Health Advisory Commit tee tip started a splurge of buying in Northeast Airlines stock The stock spurted a share last Aug 3 the day after the Civil jAeronautics Board voted secretly to award the lucrative New York Miami run to Northeast Jackson is acting as chairman of the Senate Investigations sub committee in its inquiry into in dications that news of the award leaked out to the profit of stock market speculators The anonymous caller w a s brought into testimony Wednesday by a Washington lawyer Robert W Oliver He told the subcom mittee he had received a tele phone call about 11 oclock the night of Aug 2 from a man who told him the CAB had met that evening and awarded the New YorkMiami route to Northeast Oliver is a member of the firm of Pogue and Neal which repre sents Delta Airlines onS of the lines that competed with North east for the route He said the man who called him hung up without identifying himself To the best of my knowledge he testified Id never heard the voice before Testimony brought out lhat the caller whoever he was set in mo tion a flurry of activity in North east stock the next day Oliver said that he himself had become the unwitting owner of 400 shares of Northeast stock the following morning He insisted that he had intended to buystock of Northwest airlines refusing the profit what already recorded under he called the mistaken rAII About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and considerably cooler high Thursday 6570 low Thursday r VO a large number of commodities The Cabinet officer set forth these views in a letter to Chair man EUender DLa of the Sen ate Agriculture Committee He said theywere made in response portant problems arising under existing price support legisla tion Production Doubled The House action came on 47 vote soon after a twohour Republican qaucus had been com pleted Three House votes were aken One Was 0044 to reconsid er Wednesday nights action second 5947was to approve a per cent sales tax for two more years And the third was 5349 to pass the bill Loveless said the special ses sion probably would begin in June Crucial The Senate Wednesday after noon had approved the 2Vfe per cent tax bill which was reported out by a second Conference Com mittee The two Democrats oa tho sixmember committee op posed the measure In this crucial Housetest OB whether to reconsider the 38 Democrats stood solidly against reconsiderations and were joined by eight Republicans As the bill now goes to the gov ernor it extends the present2i4 per cent sales tax rate for two more years beginning Julyl Any state balance of more than 24ipik ion dollars On June 30 on Tune So 1959 will go to school districts on a per pupil basis Gov Loveless announced his veto plkn when Sen Jack to the Gover nors asked about intention Miller has tax erly opposed the 2A per cent x You can rest assured thatthii bill is going tobe vetoed Love ess told Miller Called The Governor called the bill an excuse for attempting to foist up on the people of Iowa an unnec essary tax the further that will work to detriment of people in our border For my money Loveless con tinued the boarder counties still a part of Iowa Loveless called the per cent sales tax a Republican tax pro gram and said it Is high time to pass revenue bills that repre tn in T riii1 lo Pass revenue Dills that repre Lt L SSi Siendcr sent the interests of the peopled that he consider some of the inRtPui of VrnV Iowa instead of a political party In the crucial House vote the ight Republicans who voted with he Democrats against the tax jbiil were Reps Balch Christian Benson said a technological sen Coffman Frey Greenwood explosion occurring on Ameri can farms is making obsolete the present control and price support programs as they pertain to the designated basic corn wheat rice peanuts and to bacco Production per farm worker has doubled in the last 15 years Benson said This creates a new dimension in farm policy and makes it virtually impossible to Hanson Nelson and Ossiah Three of the eight are from west era Iowa where merchants strong ly oppose any sales tax above 2 per cent Complete List The complete list of those who opposed reconsidering the House defeat Wednesday night of the Second Conference Committee re port included Reps Andrews Balch Barring v Aiwfrj v JJtaHfU JJOH JJJKW curtail agricultural output with er Baumhover Burris Carlsen the type of controls acceptable in Chambers Christiansen Coffman our society Conn Dodd D Just what action Congress may take in response to Bensons sug gestion for remedial legislation was not clear However the sec retary had indicated previously night 4043 Friday partly cloudy and continued rather cool high 65 i Iowa Partly cloudy with widely scattered showers or thunder storms through Friday Cooler north and east Thursday High 7076 northeast 7682 southwest Cooler Thursday night low 40s northeast 50 southwest er southwest Friday press for any major new grams this session Eveland Falvey Freed Frey From melt Greenwood Hagedom Hall Hanson Hensley Howard Johannes Johnson Keho Loss Lund Main Maule McCoy K uuuu ivtam mauie Aiccoy Cciol Map Plans Rather he said it wanted Owen Reppert Rusk Steen husen Swishcr Watts Weik and Wells to Those absent or not voting were n ivdll LVV 11XJ t V ULJJifd Wol C acquaint Congress with the situ ai Reps Kim ball Luckcn Perkins tion now so that the legislators Sand Whitney might map plans for possible acj tion next year j Benson took a slap at conteni All others voted to reconsider Opposite Stand The House motion toreconsider tions that farm programs shouldwas made by Rep Jack Milroy seek parity prices as their who had taken the op TV V il i Prices do not indicateiposite stand Wednesday night transaction The brokerage house Minnesota Much cooler cloudy Iwhat can be sold at satisfactory Rep John Carlsen DClinton confirmed that the switch had it Globe confirmed that the switch had maQ6 j However Reginald H Fosterjto 8 am Thursday the Washington broker who ban died the stock purchase said Oli ver specifically ordered Northeast stock And Jackson bluntly tokl YEAR AGO Oliver Im not satisfied withj Maximum your story 1 Minimum Maximum Wednesday 81 Minimum Wednesday night 51 At 8 am Thursday 53 48 40 iprices nor lhat competition can beireplied that the proposed pm Gazette weather data up satisfactorily met either at homewould hinder school reorganiza itiursaav or abroad Benson said Uion If any treasury surplus goes A better goal he said wouldjto schools on a per pupil basis be the highest possible farm injCarlsen said schools will want to come and such a goal can baj continue to get it when the next achieved only through a combinabienmum rolls around tion of large marketings and com petitive prices f After the House action Gov Loveless made a similar yoiat He   

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