Mason City Globe Gazette, May 27, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

May 27, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 27, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIM Associated and United Press Full Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY MAY 27 1957 This Paper ConiisU ot Four No 1H Briefs SailTI Back Defense One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO 1300 pin Sunday WTAD Quihcy 330 pm Sunday WOI Ames pm Thursday WSUI la City 910 pm Saturday Sukarno Isnt His Old Self ONCE there was a pronounced parallel between Indonesias Sukarno and Koreas Syngman Rhee Both dedicated themselves to the freedom of their people Imprisonment and exile didnt seem too high aprice to either of them But in the past year or deed the past six thing significant and unmistak able hashappened to Sukarno isnt good from the stand point of the free world Hes be having in a manner remarkably similar to the conduct he once found so distasteful in others During my time in Indonesia last December in connection with a trip around the world I visited three islands of the 3000 mile long chain making up the new I came upon two ex planations for what seemed then to be a progressive transformation in the Sukarno character One of these was that he was drunk witHpower arid performing inthe typical dictatorpattern ala Mussolini Hitler or Stalin The other was that a visit to Red China and to the Russian Kremlin had t h e damage Trouble Lay Ahead Whatever the fact as to this I was led by what I saw heard and felt during my Indonesian visit to make this report in one of my daily dispatches I leave this island republic after a scant weeks stay on Sumatra Bali and Java with a strange premonition that some thing important is about to hap in the realm of its govern AP Wlrephoto ADMITS aid Marrone 18 Hackensack NJ who always carries a Bible in his pocket has been charged with murder in the assault slaying of pretty Ruth Zeitler his high school classmate Mar rone admitted driving the girl to a wooden glen last Thursday during the school noonhour Marrone was president of the young peoples g r 6 u p of his church a substitute Sunday school teacher and a member of the choir Case Against Johnny Dio Is GOP Hopes to Restore Part of Gut Debate Opens in House WASHINGTON House Re publican leaders agreed Monday to try to restore to the 1958 de fense appropriation bill about 300 million dollars of the billion cut out by the Appropriations Committee The partys 30member Steering Committee agreed to support amendments to spread the extra money through all three branches of the armed services The 300 million dollars repre sents about onefourth of the 200000000 which the President said ought to be put back in the bill iri the interest ofsecurity Rep Martin of Massachusetts Republican leader and chairman of the Policy Committee said there was some sentiment for try ing to restore more than 300 mil lion dollars and some forseeking to put back less thanthat amount Too Drastic The bill has been too drastical ly cut in many instances Martin told newsmen He said he expected most Re publicans to support the amend ments sbine cratic votes would be heeded be TOO WET TO PLOW AP Wlrcplioto For seven years in the Irving Tex area have been plagued by adevastating drought Drenching rains and resulting floods in recent weeks have broken the drought but good but have presented a new been too wet to plant or plow This farm which implements halfsubmerged was inundated by water from the swollen Trinity River Thousands Flee Homes When Southwest Rivers Overflow ment Bythe time this report s printed I added it may have happened Or the tension may have passed over and Ill rate classification as a bum prophet And the thing that prompted this prophecy was hard to define NEW YORK federal goverhmerit Monday idroppedum mediate trial of its case against John Johnny Dio Didguardi and three others in the acidblinding of labor writer Victor cause key witnesses refused to testify US Atty Paul W Williams in asking that the case be removed from the trial calendar in Federal District Court said this does not close the book He said immedi ate trial would be inviting an ac quittal Williams told the court that the refusal to talk reflects the power of the underworld May I say that it may be gangster ethics but it is not the land of ethics the Department of Justice will tolerate Williams cause in themi norityin House be offered when theHouse starts considering the money allotments iin the 541225000 defense appropriation bill Tuesday It debated the bill last Friday and set aside Mon days session for more discussion Rep Taber of New York senior Republican on the Appropriation It wasnt anything you could see or put your hands on It was something you felt rather than viewed Republic Is Falling Apart While the worst of my fears havent as yet materialized there have been some extremely sig DALLAS Torrential down pours lashed parts of weather beaten Texas Sunday and thou sands of persons in Texas Okla homa and Arkansas fled dverfloW en tir e vppp M iatipri of M ojjr 400 persons were evacuated into adjacent Fort Smith Ark When a foot of water from the Arkansas River washed into the town Moffett was unpro tected by levees In Texas thc rampaging Trin ity River surged threefeetaboyd the 38foot major flood stage at Da 11 as b fa H in g rjSjijin day night Police estimated persons were evacuated from Iq lying areas Anotiier 4000 ig their rhornes inundated for the bird time this spring f Im moving put1vsaid Mayce Ross 34 Ifiavent thought about vliere but Im getting tired of told Judge William B Heflands The two key witnesses Gondol fo Miranti and Domenico Bando previously convicted in one phase of the case were given additional sentences for contempt in refus ing to answer questions before a federal grand jury Committee said he would go along with the moye to put more money in the bill Taber usually leads moves to cut appropria tions Martin said he would attempt to force roll call votes on the proretfiiblic posed increases Ikes Main Hopes House leaders hoped to end con sideration of the bill late Monday but were willing to let the delib erations carry into Tuesday if necessary Before the policy meeting was called some Republicans had said Eisenhowers main hope of winning his fight for more de fense funds lies in the Senate They discounted chances of House action because of the impetus of a current House budgetcutting drive which already has trimmed Haiti Back to Normal Coup 700 Die PORTAUPRINCE Haiti W Unofficiats0urces reported nearly 100 dead in the bitter weekend struggle for power in this Negro With a new provisional presi dent in power the third in two months this strikebound capital struggled back to some semblance of normality Hundredsof shops stores and factories reopened up on appeals from Daniel Fignole the new provisional president and rival presidential candidate Louis Dejoi to remain calm and re sume your normal work There still was an air of tension how ever Fignole a 43yearold mathema and believed the total would be much higher Fignole was sworn in Sunday as clashing political elements se aside at least temporarily the differences which seemed to be heading this island nation straigh for civil war One of Fignoles first acts wa to accept the resignation of Brig Gen Leon Cantave army chic who had tried to rule the restlv Negro republic sincelast Tuesday Col Antonio Kebreau commando of the Southern Military District was named to Cantaves post Contave and Haitis police chie Col Pierre Armand who ha threatened civil war in a bid t take over the army commanr nificant developments on the five major islands making up the In donesian Republic among them these Sukarno has reconstituted his cabinet to make way for four members with known Communist sympathies if indeed they are not outright Commies The other islands including Sumatra have by bloodless revo lution broken away from Java and the Djakarta government oi Sukarno at least iti a partial way Except on Java with its 55 mil lion population out of About The Weather tics professor and idol of Haitian v A Jboth stood at Fignole s side as h 1 more than 1V2 billion dollars from i workers satd the government tooj appropriation bills this year exJ5acjed accurate casualty figuresj About looOO workers and pea ants massed around the prcs dential palace went wild with jo when the inauguration took place elusive of the defense measure But the Senate so far has held Mason City Fair and quite cool Monday night low 4045 Mostly fair and warmer Tuesday high mid 70s Iowa Fair Monday night low 40 47 northeast 4855 southwest Partly cloudy and warmer Tues day shooting and fighting Satur 8 itself within the House totals on those bills it has handled Iowa Temperatures Begin to Warm Up Temperatures across w beginning to warm up Monday following a weekend of weather which brought d d s fa t f J he counted total of 80 million the army has made it known that it is no longer taking orders from Sukarno All in all theres grave ques tion whether the Republic which came formally into being on Dec 27 1949 over stubborn Dutch objections is going to be able to weather the storm Its disin tegration will give support to those who contend that nobody is helped when self government comes to a people not yet pre pared for the responsibilities imMinnesofa Fai leasant posed by independence Has No First Name cool a very light frost and a low of 31 de Temperaturesjgiees to the Sibley area early1 Monday The warming trend is expected to keep the mercury from five to 10 degrees warmer north to 78 south Normal lows than Sunday when top readings Iowa will average normal to slightly below normal Tuesday through Saturday Normal highs 76 ons evacuated flooded areas of ort Worth over the weekend Some floodweary residents in aias planned to move after see CHANGES MIND Hail Becks Decision Hot to Run Again WASHINGTON W Cleanup forces within the glnnt Team sters Union have won avictory with Dave Becks announce ment he will not seek another lerm as Us president Beck gave out word of his de cision laic Saturday even as his opponents In the union lead ership were setting in motion a drive aimed at forcing his ous ter However Beck who has been charged by Senate rack ets investigators with misus ing more Hum in Team ster funds attribute his deci sion largely to his wifes health Progressive Step Chairman McClellaii DArk of the Senate Rackets Invcsti Committee hailed Becks move as n very progressive step toward thecleanup of cott dilions in the Tea m s t c r s Union But McClellnn snid Beck should have quit out right During appearance before Ihc Senate group Beck refused to answer any questions about his financial dealings He invoiced the Fifth Amendmentmore than 200 times suying his an swers might tend lo incriminate htmi Tax Charges Beck is under federal Indict ment on charges he evaded some ofhis 1950 income taxes 52 north to 56 south Warmer Tuesday with only mirior daily temperature changes remainder of period Scattered light show ers likely about Tuesday night or Wednesday and again about Saturday but rainfall averag ing less than onetenth of an inch ranged from 55 at Mason City to 79 at Burlington Mason City had a low of 48 Heavy rain drenched parts of North Iowa Saturday afternoon and evening Northwood recorded two had When I sat down to write my story about Sukarno last winter I made the discovery that no where in my notes was his first name given So I walked down a long corridor in the Robertson Hotel to check with an English speaking room clerk Sukarnos first name he re peated Nobody ever asked me that one before and 1 dont know But Ill find out for you A telephone call to the Presi dential Palace ensued It elicited CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Sunday 55 Minimum Sunday night 48 At 8 am Monday 54 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 81 Minimum 61 the greatest fall nearly inches while Mason City more than an inch Car Crashes Into Pole Man Killed GRUNDY CENTER W Paul Davis 52 Grundy Center was killed early Sunday when his ear left Highway 58 on a curve east of Grundy Center leaped a ditch and knocked over a utility pole Sheriff John Meyer reported Ross was one of hundreds of crsons being carcd for at dis ster stations in Dallas and Fort Vorth In Oklahoma the level of Lake exoma neared the spillway stage t Denison Dam Residents and ndustriqs downstream uating in anticipation ot an iverflow of the spillway Monday night It would be the first tinic since the dam was built 13 years ago that water has flowed over he spillway The Arkansas River forced evacuation of nearly 200 families n North Little Rock where nun dreds have been temporarilj lometess for days Thousands of acres of farm lands were under water Flood waters from heavy inces sant rains covered an estimated 100000 acres in the flat lowlying delta land between the Missouri and St Francois rivers in the southeast corner of Missouri and the northeast corner of Arkansas Crop damage in the Missouri sector was estimated at SIS mil lion and most of the residents of Hornerville Mo were evacu ated Nearly 4 inches of rain fell in two hours Sunday night at Sonora in far southwest Texas an area still designated as a drought dis aster region Some families were evacuated The AFLC1O has dropped him fromtwo high posts with the labor federationon grounds he brought the labor movement into disrepute Tliroilgll his secretary here Beck announced he would not seek reelection when t h e Teamsters Union holds its next convention in Miami late in September Previously Beck had insisled he would seek reelection Launch Secret Talks Aims Unveiled by Dulles WASHINGTON Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of West Ger many Mondny began a farrang ing review of world problems with Secretary of State Dulles and la ter reported the sessions were go ing good Adenauer placed this label qn tiic talks after an SQmimile ses sion with Dulles ut the State De partment Newsmen questioned him as he loft for a While House hmchuon and a second faceto face meeting with President Ei senhower The formal talks got under way at the State Department after Dulles smiling broadly greeted the 81yearold German leader in the Diplomatic RtCcplltin Room Germanys position in any East West disarmament plan appeared certain to figure in the discussions But there wai nlso advance indication that re nification of divided Germany vould come under intensive re view along with the pace of Wost German rearmament Swift FoHowup The DuUeSAdonauer meeting came as a swift followup to in formal talks Adenauer had Sun day with President Eisenhower at the Chief Executives Gettys burg Disarmament al 2 Men Slain in Labor Dispute GUNTERSVILLE Ala linen were killed and at least sev er others wounded Monday ina ADC Slash May Become Necessary DES MOINES State Department of Social Welfare said Monday itmaybe necessary to cut checks for aid to dependent children by about 15 per cent be ginning in July The department said it may be forced to take such a step because of a 2500 increase in the number of ADC cases in the past 10 months r The department received an ap propriation increase for ADC from to from the recent Legislature No Maximum There is no maximum on the amount that can be paid in any ADC case since the Iowa Supreme Court threw out as unconstitution al a 3175 a month maximum im posed by the 1955 Legislature There are a little more than 27000 persons on ADC rolls with the average payment a month Payments have risen since last July as a result of the Su preme Court action IS Per Cent Slash so reportedly was the leading problem discussed atthe Eisen howerAdenauer meeting AdVnauer was accompaniedto the State by five ad vjseii including Foreign Minister Heinfiqh von Brentano Eisenhower and Dulles known to be eager to assure Adenauer that governments views wouldhe fully taken into account in any EastWest disarm ament plan Official Secrecy Despite the official secrecy it was reported the Eisenhower Adenauer talks would cpfrer a sey enpqint agenda which includes Disarmament German reunifica tion an assessment of Soviet pol icy the pace of German rearma ment moves toward European political and economic unity the Middle East and WesternEuro pean trade with Red China Nearly a dozen top German for eign policy experts led by Foreign Minister Heinrich Von Brentano joined Adenauer in Washington Sunday They came direct to the capital from New York while Adenauer flew off to Gettysburg Approaching Election Partly because of the approach ing German elections American officials from Eisenhower down vere eager lo demonstrate the confidence and trust they place n the visiting German leader A ringing American reaffirma ionof the policy of seeking Ger man unity can bd1 expected in the inal communique summing up he talks Such vigorous restate nents are expected to help Adenauer Christian Dem ocratic party beat back the chal engc of the German Socialists in the scheduled September elec ions W F Rauschcr welfare statis tician said it would appear a 15 per cent cut would enable the jpicket line battle on a construcdcpartmcnt lo makc it through tion job here the next bicnnium and still slaj Police Chief Dock Morrow saidjwilhin Us budgct apparently the shooting began Welfare officials give at leas when nonstriking workers sought to remove a barricade at the en trance to the Cotton Producers Assn feed mill being built by the iGulf States Construction Co At lanta The dead were William Harl son 22 Aibertvillc Ala and John Leroy Ward Parsons Kan Harlson was identified by Mor row as one of the pickets Ward was a cement finisher AP Wircpholo in Grundy Cen Bonnie Haan 28 Iowa Falls GlobeGazette weather data up was to 8 am Sunday Maximum Saturday 71 jancl an injured ankle Minimum Saturday night 51 At 8 am Sunday 52 Precipitation 110 BALL CARRIES Mazur 11 shows her brother Joey3 an inscribed rubber ball which Council Bluffs Man Dies in Accident COUNCIL BLUFFS Wredt of Council Bluffs was killed AVO reasons for the increase in the number of claims One is the fact families are staying on ADC rolls longer than in the past Rauscher said it also appeal some widows and divorcees who have been working are having trouble keeping or finding job because of economic conditions bounced at her feet as she passed the wall of the Eastern u bcforc Saturday State Penitentiary Philadelphia The bal carrying a whcnhis car rammcd a bridge Another greeting from prisoner Jerry Curry 21 to his infant passenger Gene Barrow Grundyi son was delivered later by Marie to Mrs Curry The Center escaped with minor inj inmate had tossed it over the wall m hopes someone would find it juries ion a deadend street near thej Council Bluffs downtown business district He was alone in he car SAMS iBlitk meant irnffte dcalh In pas Michigan Girl Dies in Reinbeck Crash REINBECK De Heer 13 Grand Haven Michl was fatally injured late Sunday a car in which she was riding with three other young persons went out of control and over turned on a country road seven miles southwest of here The others suffered only minor injuries and were released after being treated at a doctors office They are Peggy Teishinger also of Grand Haven Milton Bern IS driver of the car and William Bru bakcr IT both of Reinbeck The Michigan girls were visiting at Reinbeck TOP SHOOTERS DES MOINES SJi Davenport Police Team No 1 and Wendell Willard of the Marshalltown police department won top honors Sim day in the annual revolver tourna ment of the Iowa Assn of Chief of Police and Peacti Officers ;

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