Mason City Globe Gazette, May 15, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

May 15, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXW HOME EDITION GREATER MASON CITY DAYS Associated Prew United mil Lease Wlrei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1957 This Paper ot Four lit Charges Money Stolen More Evidence Against Beck WASHINGTON ft An insur ance official testified Wednesday Dave Beck did not list loans of from the Teamsters Union when making a financial statement in 1951 Robert F Kennedy counsel to the Senate Rackets Investigating committee commented It would therefore appear that the money was stolen rather than borrowed Kennedy referred to statements Beck the Teamsters Union presi dent has made to the effect that he borrowed several hundred thousand dollars from the union interest free t 5320000 Misusei The Senate committee contends its evidence indicates Beck mis used at least of union jfunds It has advanced the sugges sion that Beck decided to call this money loans after income tax agents began investigating his tax returns A M Burke a vice president of the Occidental Life Insurance Co of California testified that he returned the 1951 financial state ment to Beck in 1953 or in 1954 He said this was before Beck paid off a personal loan fromvthe insurance a note igned by Beck and Mrs Beck Burke said the statement was returned at Becks request Burke related that the company had required state ment when it made theloan in 1951 He identified a memorandum pate this year he had written for his files in which he said Beck finan cial statement had listed assets of and liabilities of representing a loan he had obtained froin the Security First National Bank of Seattle Refuses The memorandum said that in the statement Beck had declined to give a statement of salary and benefits Burke testified that Beck tele phoned him one afternoon just before the Occidental office was to close for the day and asked for return of the state ment He said it was very im Support of Public DRIVER RECEIVES SPRAINEfi WRIST Raymond Askildsen 31North wood received only a sprained wrist Tuesday afternoon when his truck loaded with 40 cases of eggs was struck by a Great Western train at a crossing near the Farmers CoOp Creamery at Manly The impact wrecked the front end of the truck and tossed it a considerable distance from the crossing where it overturned The truck is owned by the Kensett Produce Co Showdown Is Under Way in House Calls Derno Plan Irresponsible WASHINGTON ap parently strong group of House Democrats fought Wednesday to kill the administrations billion dollar soil bank after subsidies are paid to farmers who partici The House waded into a show down floor fight over the new economy move and the outcome was uncertain Rep Burr Harrison DVa of fered as an amend ment to a money bill to help pay for farm programs in the fiscal year starting July 1 The measure carries million less cash than the administration requested Tentative Support Harrisons proposal drew ten New York Is Target of Latest GRAHAM CRUSADE NEW YORK If To the itrains of Blessed Billy Graham steps before the spotlights Wednesday to begin a sixweek appeal to ttie conscience of New Yorkers His crusade in active preparation formore than two years opens at Madison Square Garden It will bf the evangelists fjrst fullscale effort in the worlds greatest stakeslrjvoJyed churchwtse Nearly 60 per cent cf the citys eight million people dont participate in arty church or synagogue As in many Graham campaigns the theme music before Graham takes the platform will be from the old hymn Blessed Assurance chorused by a choir of 1500 Loudspeakers have been installed outside the arena to the services to any overflow crowd The Garden seats 18000 In a brief ceremony Tuesdaynight attended by ushers choir members and other crusade personnel Graham dedicated the arena to the service of God All About peratfve that he had it that night Burke said He said he mailed it back to Beck that evening without mak ing a copy of the document for the files the Weather Mason cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday Oc casional showers likely by Thursday afternoon Cooler Low Wednesday night 4550 High Thursday 5560 Harold D Cooley DNG of Ihe House Agriculture Committee But it was denounced as sponsible by Rep Charles W Vursell Vursell said it would and no move would hurt agriculture more Cooley said he felt inclined to Kennedy said the financial support Harrisons proposal as a statement takes onadditional sig temporary injunction against nificance because the Internaljthe soil bank He said it would Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will cnts Revenue Service was investigatgive his committee time to study average about 3 to 5 decrees Youth Killed in Accident at Thomoson Wayne Krull Partly cloudy Thompson fcs killed outrigb considerable cloudiness else where with occasional drizzle east Mostly cloudy Wednesday night and Thursday with scat tered showers and thunder storms southeast and extreme south High Wednesday 60 to 65 low Wednesday night near 40 northwest to 50 to 55 south east Tuesday in the collision of his ca and a creamery truck from Kies ter Minn The truck driver Mearle Rumsey 42 was not hurt The accident was at the ere of a hfll a mile east and thre miles north of Thompson on gravel road The car was com plete wrecked Krull is Mr Cover nor in Promise of No Shakeup Replacements for Cause Only DBS MOINES Gov Herschel loveless said Wednesday there will be no wholesale replace ments of Republicans by Demo crats in stale departments which vill come under Democratic con rol next July 1 In response to other questions rom newsmen at this news con erence the Governor said he un derstands that in the pasl it has Sought Direct Appeal by President WASHINGTON ttiP r e s ident Eisenhower told Ihe nation Tues day night the price of peace is high He said he sees no im mediate prospect for relaxation of international tensions to war rani a substantial cut in federal Spending Appealing directly to the people in an effort to stem thebudget culling tide Congress the President said in an address pre pared for coasttocoasl televis ion and radio broadcast There is no cutrate price for security In a defense of the administra tions spending pro gram for the year starling July 1 the President declared that budget is huge but he called it necessary to help wage peace and prevent wur No Relaxation I can see no immediate relax ation of international tensions lo provide the basis now for sub stantial reductions of these spend ing programs for preserving arid waging peace Eisenhower said In fact the gains we have al ready impel us to press forward with no letup Speaking from his White I ffflA Sees No Room for Any Cut Press Hears Stern Talk AP Wlroplioto BAGHDAD DEPARTURE King Faisal of Iraq and his bearded neighbor King Sand Arabia embrace on Sands departure from Baghdad after a state visit Faisals cousin King Hussein of Jordan de clined an invite lo join his fol low Arab tnonarchs in the se ries of talks WASHINGTON w President Eisenhower said Wednesday that if Congress trifles with spending the country is going to be in trouble Eisenhower made the statement at n news conference in comment ing on reports that a House Ap propriations Subcommittee has decided tentatively to cut the De fense Departments request for Eisenhower that is earmarked ftii1 interest on the na more than seven billion dollars Jo the budget payment of tional debt Referring to it as an obligation which must be met the President went on to say Oufs is not like the Soviet gov ernment which recently told its people it would no longer pay the interest on its government sav ings bonds the practice of state depart ments when hiring personnel to give preference to persons whose jarty occupies the governors of fice Natural Replacement The governor said that any re placements should be for cause and not for political reasons He went on to say that any replace ments of Republicans by Demo crats would come through natural replacements such as through resignations or vacancies which occur for cause Loveless said also that he would new appropriations by billion Eisenhower said he believes the department has taken ttic posi lion that new defense appropria tions could be cut about a hall bil lion dollars But ho went on to say that if the House subcommit tee goes beyond thai point and makes an additional honest cut of two billion dollars he wanti to see jusl how H 5s done Start All Over Eisenhower said he has been around Washington 1 good many yearsThen he added that if we arc going totrifle withdefensa spending we are going lo be in trouble Hesaid that if such cuts as re ported are have to be educated all over again He lold his news conference Ihej A good part of Eisenhowers United must not lose hope news conference was to Russ Taking New Look at Disarmament WASHINGTON denl Eisenhower said Wednesday he believes Russia Is taking a new look at the world disarma ment problem because ofthe pinch of the heavy Soviet defense budget and the threat of nuclear war meet with all commissions and boards after July 1 to discuss pro grams and any ideas or thoughts both he and they may have Less Service Repeating what he has said several times during the last few weeks Eisenhower said of the No great reductions in it are possible unless Congress elimi nates or curtails existing federal programs or all of us demand less service from the government or unless we are willing to gam ble with the safety of our coun try The general attitude of the budget critics some within Eis enhowers own party was voiced survived by his par The three departments with and Mrs Edwardmany employes each which will of reaching some sort disarm anieijfcagreement with RussiaTp doso he said would be fatal j Yi would consign the world to a des perate fate The President said the United States itself is earnestly studying the problem of where and howto set up a limited EastWest arms inspection area as a step toward disarmament Because of t h I s he said hp could not possibly predict now which area of the world might be selected for such a testing ground or the amount of ter ritory to be involved He left unchallenged however a statement by Secretary of Slqle John Foster Dulles Tuesday that the Alaskan SiberianNorthern Canadian area might be the best piace lo set up a trial of an aerial inspection system lo guard against any surprise atlack by East or West by Senate Republican Leader Knowland of California He said Eisenhower had ably outlined the magnitude of the budget problem but within the next Accident Fatal to Cedar Rapids Man CEDAR RAPIDS Wl Harry Lagerquist Jr 29 Cedar Rapids died Tuesday night following a twocar collision in Cedar Rapids a discussion of Ihe acfmlnistra tions spending bad gel and Eisenhowers defense of that program in a nationwide televisionradio address Tuesday night Othtr Eisenhower wearing a brown suit with a white shirt and brown figured tie also discussed these other matters POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Eisenhower said he beHeves ha is growing more conservative so far his poetical philosophy is concerned He made that remark with a smile when a newsman lold him some Republicans be lieve he has been moving some what to the left MODERN Reminded that he interpreted his reelection last November as a victory for Modern Republicanism and as a mandate from the people in support of his program Eisen hower believes that as the general public is informed regard ing his objectives they probably will support them ISRAEL Eisenhower said ha sees no objection to Israels send ing a ship through the Suez Canal as a peaceful test He added that on Ihe other hand any use of force ing Becks income tax returns in 1953 although it did not get around to talking to Beck about them until the following year Burke said he thought he had made a note for the files which would show when the statement was returned but that find it I cannot Yugoslavia Set to Receive 200 Older U S Jets WASHINGTON fffi President Eisenhower Wednesday faced a fight in Congress over his de cision to resume delivery of jet fighters and other military equip charges of lax administrationand o consider whether theprogram should be continued or another program substituted Cooley noted that he had called Secretary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson before ihis commit lee Thursday to find out what recommendations Benson has for changing farm price support and production control laws Benson has called them obsolete No Reduction average low normal Thursday through next Monday Cooler at begin ning of period Warmer first of next week Normal lows 45 north to 48 south Normal highs 71 north to 73 south Precipita tion will be light to moderate occurring as showers and thun derstorms southeast and ex treme south Thursday and over the state about Sunday averag ing near onehalf inch of Thompson two brothers and a sister The Winter Funeral Home Buffalo Center will be in charge of arrangements f tew weeks Congress will conj Lagerquist was a passenger in jn such a test would be reprehen lirtttr itll O fiWtrtt1 1 I 1 Krull ScarviHe formerly under Democratic Control Julyjstructively demonstrale how car driven by Robert 1 are the Liquor Control three billion dollars can be 30 of Cedar Rapi Congress last year approved the j Minnesota Clearing and much Wednesday fouryear soil bank calling for cooler Burns Are Fatal to Iowa Woman BOONE Cunning 34 Des Moines died here sion Tax Commission and Board of Social Welfare No Solicitations In answer to further questions the Governor said he had been able to get along in past cam paigns without having available to him any funds contributed by state employes As far as he is concerned he continued he could get by without any political solici tation in any stale departments payments of up to a year to farmers to induce them lo reduce plantings In drafting the money bill the Appropriations Committee charged that the soil bank has not reduced surplus pro duction significantly and that it jwas laxly administered last year of burns suffered Tuesday when a stove exploded Asked whether a change in he considered administration GlobeGazette weather data uplher trailer home on the Des ment to Yugoslavia The decision was announced The administration recently re Tuesday by the State Departvised downward to billion the ment Ifunds it is requesting for the pro Officials said some older typejgrani in the next fiscal year jets have been reconditioned in But the money bill would pro lo 8 am Maximum Tuesday 68 Minimum Tuesday night 42 At 8 am Wednesday 42 Precipitation 25 inch Moines River near Madrid Mrs Cunningham received the YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 65 43 Europe and are ready for prompt delivery to President Titos air force Yugoslavia will get about 200 jets F86Es and F86Gs Other equipment now authorized for Yu goslavia includes tanks and how itzers AH mililary shipments except spare parts were suspended lasl vide only million for that1 n Girl 5 fiscal year and would impose ai If Whon Hif ceiling of million on funds TY HtSM I III by Milk Truck HAMPTON Mary Lou Bales fatal upper body after reportedly throwing gasoline in the stove to make it burn better before pre paring breakfast Four other members of the fam ily in the trailer at the time of the plosion also were burned but less seriously Lev Sentenced to Nine Months Fined NEW YORK UP Chicago hat maker Harry Lev was sen lion reserve to 250 million dol5 daughter of Mr and Mrs Byjtenced Wednesday to nine months ceiling of million on funds that cfould be budgeted for the following crop year ing the acreage reserve lo 500 million dollars and the conserva policy Loveless replied he under stands his atlitude would mean a change in policy for he has had reports of polilical parly solicila tion in the past saved withoul any damage to the essential defense requirments of the nation Sen Clifford P Case RNT said he is sure the American people and the Congress will support as I do Eisenhowers determination not to gamble with the strength of our nation Rapids which col1 joined heart Hded with one driven by Francis Colligan 57 assislanl city asses sor The Colligan car which was making a left hand turn three doors from his home collided al most headon with the Postel car Postel and Colligan were re ported in serious condition in a Cedar Rapids hospital Waterloo Man Dies of Crash Injuries WATERLOO UP Miles Abel 57 Waterloo died Wednes day of severe head injuries suf fered in an auto accident last Saturday night near Denver Iowa lars summer after Tito and the So viet leaders patched up relaj tions iron Bales was killed Wednesday in federal jail and lined for iwhen she was hit by a milk truck conspiring to defraud the govern WOMAN INJURED in the yard of her home eighrment on military hat contracls WATERLOO UP Thclma miles northeast of here Two persons convicted with him Sen Bridges chairmanjMarie Schlorff 28 Waterloo was Officials said the truck driverwcrc sentenced to longer jailj of the Senate Republican Policy hospitalized here Wednesday foiiLeroy Bruhn Hampton was unterms and smaller fines two Committee said Tuesday night he considered the decision to re sume shipments a great mis take lowing an injury when hit by ajaware the girls presence and freight train just northeast over her Hudson Her right foot was amj The child was dead on arrival pulated at Lulheran Hospital here others were placed on probation and fined Lev was continued free on bail pending an appeal ily in a round of laughter touched off when a reporter brought up the tour of the Gettysburg battle field last weekend by the Presi dent and British Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery After that tour Eisenhower and Montgomery agreed that Lee and Meade re spective commanders of the Southern and Northern forces at Gettysburg should have been jsacked I Eisenhower said Wednesday wanted to pul in another word re garding that matter which has i stirred up so much controversy Especially in the South j Eisenhower reminded newsmen in his White House office ha has portraits of Benjamin Frank lin George Washington Abraham Lincoln and Robert E Lee Ha said he regards Ihose men as four jof the greatest Americans and added that anybody who tries to put him in any other position ia mistaken SAME iBIitk CU means traffic dcith la put 2i Lotus AP Wi rep ho to DAD KIDS GET TONSILS OUT Eugene Hess 32 Mountville Pa gets a onceover from his five kiddies following their operations for removal of tonsils The family physician said dad was just about as brave as Army Temporarily Halts Training Plan WASHINGTON W The Army says it has temporarily until July predraft age youths for six months train ing Asst Secretary of the Army Hugh Milton who announced the suspension Tuesday s id it would I not apply to the National Guard whichalso is for six months of training Miitoiv isaid the move was necessary be the kids Left toright are Christine 8 Avdelle 10 cause of a recent rush of youths Henry 12 Melrose 7 and RocheUe 5 into the program ;

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