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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper T t Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH iOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITM VOL LXIII Associated and United Press Full Lease Seven i Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 31 1957 This Paper Consists ol Two No 5W Propose New Lows to Curb Lobbyists WASHINGTON iffi Aspecial Senate investigating committee recommended new laws Friday to cure the evils and mischief found to exist in lobbying and campaign financing Greater public disclosure of activities in both fields was the key feature of the committees legislative proposals in the stated belief that sunlight as the late Justice Brandis once criminal penalties in some cases said is the best of disinfect ants The eightmember committee composed equally of Democrats and Republicans unanimously recommended a bill to shed more light on direct lobbying and on indirect lobbying aimed at putting pressure on Congress members It would provide S AP Wirephoto MOUNTAIN RESCUE Mis Dalton LeMasuiier is comforted by a member of a search paity which found her lying in snow near the scene of a plane crash on a Wyoming mountainside She wears some of her dead husbands clothing He died several days after the crash Woman Found Alive on Mountain s After Crash m Day for failing to file certain state ments or reports or for filing false documents But thecommittee under the chairmanship of Sen McClel lan did not reach full agreement on a measure to regulate contributions and ex penditures in election campaigns for president and other federal officers The proposed measure woulc do away with any limitation on receipts or expenditures in presi dential and vice presidentia campaigns and raise the spend ing ceilings for Seriate and House races But it would require full er reporting of campaign financ ing and limit annual contribu tions by any individual to 000 To Introduce Bill McClellan told newsmen that he would introduce the lobbying bill He said he would attempt to push it to passage at this ses sion of Congress McClellan however said he didntknow whether he would in troduce the election bill which would replace the present Cor rupt Practices Act But he said that if he didnt some other com mittee members probably would He called it a very good The special committee was set up last year after Sen Case R SD disclosed he had been of fered and had rejected a campaign contribution by an oil lobbyist during Senate considera tion of a bill to exempt natural gas producersfrom direct federal regulation The special committee proposed that Congress enact what itcalled a LegislativeActivities 3 Disclo sure Act And in place of the Corrupt Practices Act it urged a Political Activities Disclosure Act Heads GAO Both acts would be adminis ered by the comptroller general Je heads Jthe General Accounting Office which is an arm of the congress rather than a part of the executive branch of the govern A DOUBLE PLEASURE FOR HANKS Sam Hanks who picked upthe chips Thursday by his win in the 500mile race at Indianapolis is flanked by his wife Alice and movie actress Cyd Charisse who Wllcpholo kissed him even though he was covered with grim Hanks of Pacific Palisades Calif won his first 500 mile race in 12 starts by setting a record puce of an average 135601 mph Details on Sports JUDGE UPHOLDS CONTCMPT CHARGE Miller Is Found Guilty Jf RAWLrNS Wyo The 45yearold survivor of alight flf plane crash who lived beside her dead husband on a lonely moun tain top for 19 days on only three candy bars and melted snow was reported in goodcondition Friday in a Rawlins hospital Although search planes flew within sight of the wreckage sev eral times and a group of sheep herders once camped onlytwo or three miles away Mrs Dalton Le Masurier was not spotted unti Thursday She was sighted by Jack Putnam foreman of the Buz zard Ranch whowas looking stray cows with a pair of bin oculars A rescue party set out at dawn Friday to remove Le Masuriers body from the crash scene He was a Duluth Minn radio and TV executive Good Condition Doctors reported the woman was suffering from exposure but said her condition amazingly good was not considered criti cal British Lift More Trade Embargoes FROM OUR WIKE SERVICES LONDON British Board o Trade officials said Friday Brit ment The committees major recom mendations with respect to cam paign financing included these 1 No ceiling on receipts or ex penditures in presidential or vice presidential elections Present law imits to three million dollars the amount a political committee may receive or spend in a year But there is no limit to the number of committees and the senators said hat asa result thereis now no aggregate ceiling for all practi cal 2 For Senate and House elec tions expenditures would be lim ited to an amount equal to 10 cents for each person in a state or congressional district mvolved At present the limit is the Flier Kilted Jets Collide Navy Panther jet planes flying in a Me morialDay war dead cplllded crashed into a parkedcaf and set three houses afire killing the pilot and injuring nine persons four critically The pilot of the second craf bailed out to safety and his plane plummeted into a vacant lot The jets collided over northeas Minneapolis More than a thou sand persons gathered in a ceme tery witnessed the collision Capt Frank Gill commanding officerof the Wold Chamberlain Naval Air Station who witnesset the collision from the ground saic the right wing of the second plan apparently struck the fuselage o the first craft as the four jet flew in staggered formation The first plane its tail gone plunged to the street Its pilot Cmdr Newell Olson 38 bailee out too late His parachut snagged in a tree and Olso droppedto the street An arm an The couple had been missing since May 11 when they took ofi from Salt Lake City for Rapid City S D When rescuers reached Mrs Le Masurier she struggled to remain with her husbands body they said She told them she tried frantically to attract the attention of rescue planes but could not The couple had only two matches and they were wet When the planes flew nearby I waved a red shirt trying to get them to see us she sobbed Wore Husbands Trousers When found she was barefoot and was wearing her dead hus bands trousers She said all she had to eat during the agonizing 19 days were three candy bars she bought by chance at Salt Lake City and a bottle of vitamin pills She drank melted snow Mrs Le Masurier said she and her husband stayed in the planes wreckage for the first three days after the crash and then decided tc try to get off the mountain Her husband got only 400 yards before he died with such Communist countries as North Korea and North Viet Nam at the sams time it drops he Korean Warimposed ban on trade with Red China The officials said the relaxation of Red China trade announced by Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd over American protests will apply to North Korea Communist North Viet Nam Communistoccupied Tibet and Portugese Macao as well All these territories in cluded in the same government trade order to be issued in line with Lloyds announcement that the Chinese may now receive any British goods permitted Russia and the Eastern European satel lites Britain had banned all trade with North Korea until last Feb iruary when it was announced the overnment would consider 11 ensing the Communist puppet re gime there to receive any goods allowed under the Red China em That decision raised a storm o protest in South Korea and th overnment of President Syng man Rhee officially condemnec the move British economic experts predic ed the relaxing of trade restric tions would double British trad within a year amount obtained by multiplying three cents by the number of votes cast in the last general election for the office at stake with ate House candidates SAME trlFfla In pat 21 hours PREMIER QUITS VIENTIANE Laos Premier Prince S o u v a n Phoume resigned Thursday when1 he lost a vote of confidence on his handling of the integration of About a leg were severed He was deac The pilot of the second plane Lt John Forsmarck 26 baile out after his craft missing on of its wings went out of eontrp The Navy ordered a complete investigation of the tragedy on of a series of air incidents tha has plagued the Twin Cities sine last fall Electronics Technician Literally COOKED TO DEATH LOS ANGELES UP An electronics technician has literally been cooked to death by oneminute exposure to a radar beam it was disclosed Friday in a medical journal At least two other persons are under treatment for similar injuries and another case was reported at Sandla Air Force N M an article in California Medicine said The dead man was exposed at 10 feet from source of After one minute felt a sensa tioh oThest in his abdomen and moved out of tha ray He died in a few days Autopsy showed that his internal organs were cooked by the microwave rays in the same manner that electronicrotisseries and roasters cook food inthousands of American homes today Beirut Patrolled After New Political Violence BEIRUT Lebanon Soldiers andpolice guarded strategic spots and armored cars patrolled this capital city Friday in th wajce of Thursdays political violence Eight rioters were killed about 70 wounded and more than 20 under arrest as the army squelched a demonstration by gov ernment opponents Business activity returned slow ly to normal Only a few shop Fear 2 Americans May Be Kidnaped VIENNA UP Austrian au thorities said Friday two Amer ican students who disappeared while taking a tourists peek at the heavilyfortified AustroHun garian border were feared kid naped by Hungarys Communist police Austrianpolice identified them as Myron A Gilbert 20 and Warren William Hair 20 Their remained closed But Ihe govern ment underlined its determinatior to maintain order with the shov of armed force on Beirut streets The opposition politica leaders were making little heac way in appeals to continue general strike A few The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Friday night with chance of a few thunderstorms Low Friday night 5357 Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday high 6770 owa Partlycloudy through Sat urday with scattered showers and thunderstorms southeast Friday night Low Friday 4853 northwest 5460 southeast Cool er Saturday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Cooler over the weekend A little warmer the first of next week but cooler again by midweek Norma highs 76 north to 79 south Nor mal lows 53 north to 57 south Precipitation will be light av eraging less than onetenth oi occurring as scatterec showers about Tuesday or Wed nesday Minnesota Partly cloudy and windy Friday night low 40 north to 50 south Saturday gen erally fair and cool high 50s north 60s south GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 73 Minimum Thursday night 61 small disturbance erupted apparently sparked b home towns were not known imjyouths trying to turn funeral serv j mediately jices of Thursdays victims int jsomething morebut roving troop quickly suppressed them The government announced was going ahead with parliamen tary elections slated to begin Jun 9 and said the army will help su pervise them The opposition leaders had d manded continuation of protest until the government falls an until the criminals who are gov ernment officials and employe get their just punishment It became apparent that the opposition was centering much of its ammunuition on proWestern President Camille Chamoun who was elected in 1952 for a sixyear term The president is chosen by Parliament Opposition groups are supporting former Foreign Faces Fine Term WASHINGTON liftArthur Mill er playwright husband of actress rtarilyn Monroe was convicted Triday of contempt of Congress Federal Judge Charles Me aughlin announced the verdict in 15page written opinion aughlin had presided without a ury at Milters six day trial Ahich ended a week ago Thurs day The1 indictment was based VUUers refusal to tell the House Committee on UnAmerican Ac ivities the names of Communist writers with whom he attended ive or six meetings in New York n 1947 When he appeared before the committee last June the 42year old playwright willingly answered all questions concerning himself But he said his conscience would lot permit him to use the names of others a n d bring trouble to them Not Court Miller was not in court when Judge McLaughlins decision was released to reporters and no time was fixed for his maximum punishment for c o n tempt of Congress is one year in Minor Flooding in Iowa Cedar River Is Bankfu By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Heavy rainfall holi day period caused high water in streams in parts of eastern Iowa Friday No serious flooding been reported but theWeather Bureau predicted more and thunderstorms for the state The rise of rivers and small streams came in the wakeof fun i e 1 bearing clouds Thursday which caused no damage Tor nado funnels were reported in parts of Carroll BooneStdrf and PoUawattamie counties j Between Charles City and Wa terloo the Cedar River was rising although it was well below flood stage at Waterloo The river was expected la crest at a bankful level of 9 feet at Charles City Fri day At Waterloo whore flood age is 13 feet the Cedar was ue to crest Saturday at 9 feet No Roads Afftcttd While no primary roads wers ffccled In eastern Iowa a rise feet in the Iowa Riverand floqd ng of a tributary stream Burnett Creek sent 8 to 10 inches of water n Highway 14 north of Marshall own Thursday Traffic was able o go through and thewater sub idcd T h e holiday period Thursday vas marked by spotty thunder storms which caused heavy rain fall in some sections Over a 24hour period Brooklyn riad 294 inches Dubiique had rainfall of 263 inches Burlingtoa 178 and Ames 118 Struts Floodtd The Weather Bureau station in Des Moines recorded only 56 but about one inch of rain fell in the eastern partof the city in 15 min afternoon and i were flooded tempor arily v Otherrainfall amounts included 84 aiGrinnetl 78 at Jeweii 5Q at Davenport 32 at Zearing and 24 at Lanioni The Iowa River was dropping slowly at Marshalltown Friday after cresting Thursday night at slightly over 14 feet Flood is 138 The river had dropped to 1345 at 0 am Friday Highway 14 north of Marshalltown again was clear of water and tributaries which caused the flooding were sack withfn their banks Tne Iowa River was expected n crest below bankful stage at Iowa City and Aapello jail and a fine McLaughlin rejecting one of the chief defense contentions ruled that two unanswered ques tions cited in the indictment were pertinent to an inquiry being con ducted by the committee Chair man Walter DPa said the hear ings during which Miller testified concerned fraudulent procure ment and misuse of American passports Not Considered However commendable Millers motive may have been in refusing to name others McLaughlin said that motive could not be taken in to account Joseph L Rauh Jr Millers at orney had argued the committee sought to expose the prize win ning playwright and insisted ex posure for exposures sake was illegal Communist Pathet Laos iunits into his country rebel At 8 am Friday 65 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 78 Minimum 49 AP Wirephoto JET RAMS HOUSES Minneapolis firemen battle flames at four homes after two Navy jets collided dur ing a Memorial Day observance flight One of the planes spun into the lawn in front of one of the houses and bounced into it Flaming wreckage set the other dwell ings on fire ft Minister Hamid hamoun Fragieh over Hungarian Attache Told to Leave US WASHINGTON United States Thursday ani nounced the expulsion of Karoly Meszaros Hungarian military and air attache stationed in Washington He was given until June 3 to leave the country It was believed that Meszaros was being expelled in reprisal for the expulsion from Hungary a month agoof US Capt Thomas R Gleason assistant military attached at the US le gation in Budapest Gleason was ordered out of Hungary on charges of taking unauthorized pictures Accidents in Iowa Claim Lives of Five Br THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Five lowans were dead Friday as a result of Memorial Day acci dents Three of the deaths oc curred on highways State officials estimated 10 will die in traffic accidents during the fourday holiday period ending Sunday midnight Killed Thursday were Alfred Bowiand 28 Elgin truck driver and Jacquelyne Scherf 5 monthold daughter of Mr and Mrs John C Scherf of Garnavillo in a cartruck crash on a rural road west of Garnavillo William Gregory 5 son of Mr and Mrs Abe Goebel of Near New Hampton when struck by a car while running across Highway 3 in front of his farm home Sheriff Galen Folkers said tha boy was struck by a car driven by Peter Adams 16 of near Ionia when the lad apparently started across the road to join his 10yearold brother Vincent Goebel The Mass of the Angels will be for the boy at 9 am Satur jday in St Marys Catholic Church hcre Burial will be in the parish cemetery He is survived by his parents ten brothers and three sisters Richard DeLacy 17 Clinton who drowned while swimming in a lake at the Springbrook Country Club near DeWitt Leonard W Kirkpatrick 46 when his tractor overturned on his farm near Climbing Hill ARTHUR MILLER DELAYED AGAIN ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev For the third time the second shot in the summer atomic test series jhas been canceled because ad verse weather   

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