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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 15, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated United Press Full Sevta Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE IS 1957 This 1npcr Canslita ol Two No 215 Plymouth Woman Killed in Collision Russian Disarm Plan Brings Ray of Hope CR Bill Rider Is All About WASHINGTON UP Northern Democrats and Republican teamed up in an important vie tory for President Eisenhower civil rights bill Friday smash ing back an attempt torequire jury trials in contempt Ceases The House vote on the key jury The Weather Mason City Fair and cool Satur day night with low 5055 Sun day partly cloudy with high near 80 Iowa Mostly sunny Saturday j warmer north high 8086 In creasing cloudiness Saturday night Scattered showers andl thunderstorms extreme south Saturday night and south and central portions Sunday Little change in temperature through Sunday Low Saturday night 5565 Minnesota Grow ing cloudy in s 0 u t h Sunday Details Must Be Clarified LONDONW The Soviet Unions offer to admit Western inspectors if agreement is reached on a nuclear test ban was seen in Western quarters Sat urday as a major step forward in disarmament negotiations But they pointed out many details Globe Gazette weather data Saturday 77 50 70 91 63 trial amendment was 199167 showers A score of Negroes looked on Warm from uncrowdedgalleries during count which was conducted byMlers up to 8 am Withthat out of the way the Maximum Friday bill was well on the way to a bal Minimum Friday night lot on final passage But with At 8 am Saturday eye on ranks thinned by week end departures the leadership YEAK AGO put that vote off until Monday Maximum Virtually Ended I Minimum all but ended Fri day with a few outside failed to put across the amendment to make a jury trial mandatory for anybody accused of violating an injunction designed to enforce voting or other civil rights Members from Dixie contend ed civilrights can be enforced adequately present law They arguedthat the amendment merely would guarantee another basic right rofAmericans and must be clarified MTAL COLLISION GlofocGsielto photo by Milsser The carand truck involved in a collision which took the Driver of Truck I n j u red Jennie Hale Is Victim Jennie Lcc Hale 62 Piymoutl was injured fatally Saturday 1 a carpickup truck collision two miles south of Plymouth at the intersection of the Plymouth and jllock Falls roads The driver of the pickup Clem Hebel 42 rural Mason Cily suf fered scalp lacerations and mul tiple contusions but was listet Saturday noon in satisfactory con dition by Mercy Hospital officials Snells Ambulance rushed the two persons to Mercy Hospital but Mrs Hale died in emergency surgery shortly before noon Sat life of Jennie Hale Plymouth rest against a fence in H ditch on the Rock Falls The proposal was put to the Hale was driver of the car Avhile Clement J Hebei Mason City who was Minnesota Youth Dies in Disarmament Subcommittee Friday by Soviet Delegate Val erian Zorin He suggested a two of three year halt to nuclear tests with an international com mittee under the United Nations to enforce it Zorin said the Soviet Union would agree to admit Western in spectors if there was agreement to the moratorium on nuclear tests Demands Rejected Until now the Soviet Union had rejected Western demands that any halt to nuclear tests be jacked up by inspection The So viets held that the tests could be ended by a simple agreement among nationsBrit ain Russia tions The injured in the crash was operating the pickup truck NORTHWOOD Eugene C Deny Undue Pressure Put on Hiqhway Commissioners urday Pinntd Under truck The impact threw Mrs Hale immediate reaction from Western sources was that the Soviet proposal represented an important advance but that it Rep Cooley DNC called to be though but before dastardly measure that instantly Saturday significance can be judged DBS MOINES The chair man of the Iowa Legislative In vestigation committee said Sat urday be would be quite sur if members of the State Highway Commission feel undue pressure has been put on them by legislators 7 AmT chairman of the com niissiSn said it ishis belief that the commission will not go so far make a bit more palatable what wild 17 Albert Lea Minn was el conceived in putrid politics when the car in which he was Supporters of the legislation said the jury trial amendment would have destroyed the bills effectiveness in the South Equal Justice A Negro member Powell told the House When American citizens are facedwith juries in the Southern section of the United States we riding collided with a slowmoving dragline on a county road one Jules Moch French representa tive told Zorin an ending of tests would be no guarantee to the halt to ask the committee to look nto reported heat and pres sure on the commissioners Earlier this week the commis sion made public letters it had re ceived from threemembers of the Legislature written on legislative stationary Some members of the commission voiced objectionOne of plenty at on him by another unidentified leg investigation committee chairman said at Clarion that in the committees executive from her car and she was pinned beneath the pickup officers said Both vehicles landed in Ihc ditch on Ihc southwest corner of the intersection There were no witnesses Id the accident at the stop sign Intersec tion west of Rock Falls officers said They said little will be known until Hebel recovers suf ficiently to talk The Major Funeral Home is In charge of funeral arrangements BIKE PATROL police who gave up covering their beats with bicycles more than 30 years ago arc back oiv them again Officer Edward Snjecki rides oneof the new speedy models1 how being used to patrol tue citys subway con courses islator know that a colored citizen can not get equal justice Accusing enemies of the bill of hypocrisy and dishonesty Powell said thaV a minority in this country has made up its mind ttiat under no circumstance is it going to allow colored citi zens the right to vote half mUe southeast ofEromons ing of production of hydrogen Minn bombs A flagman who was following the dragline Charles Jacobs 62 was dragged 50 toi 75 feetby the car nwhicK Wilds was riding before t struck the dragline Jacobs re ceived a broken leg Driver of the car Duane lyerson about 18 was also injured Both Jacobs and Iv erson were taken to a Albert Lea hospital The accident occurred at am The Worth County sheriffs office here said that Iverson ap parently did not see the dragline The heart of the bill is a sec tion empowering the U S attor ney general to go direct to a federal court for an injunction to protect voting or other civil rights In addition as urged by Eisen hower the measure would set up a bipartisan commission with a twoyear life to look into the whole picture of civil rights It also would create a new civil rights division in the Justice De partment under an assistant at torney general to investigate charge of civil rights violations until it was too late to stop Both Iversons car and the dragline were traveling north The dragline was being movec Ttit Blasts The Western position is that the scientific knowledge gained over be years from nuclear tests could permit the Hbomb race to continue The West Insists that nspection and enforcement ap ply to the production of fission able materials as well as to test explosions Zorin gave no reply when asked by U S Delegate Harold E Stassen if his proposal repre sented a change inSoviet think ing on the ending of the produc tion of fissionable materials Meanwhile the New York Her ald Tribune said in a story from Washington that the Soviet pro Turncoat Andrew Fortuna Shows Up at Kong Kong HONG KONG turncoat Andrew Fortuna Ionia Mich crossed into Hong Kong Saturday from Communist China where he said he had spent a pleasant and interesting three years The 31yearold Fortuna was one of the 21 American soldiers captured by the Communists in he Korean War who chose to live in Red China rather thart return home He is the eighth to change bis mind and decide to go back to the United States Not Mentioned The discussion which followed left the impression with some that some commissioner members be lieve the probe committee ought tolook into the situation There were reports that a list of legis lators who have appeared before the commission or written letters to it would be prepared Rep Clark McNeal RBel sessions and under oath commis sion members were asked wheth er undue pressure had been put on them Legislators were not specifically mentioned in the questions All five ofthecommissioners replied in the negative McNeal reported He saidregarding the heat and pressure that his commit tee hasnt been asked to go into hat field of activity McNeal added that he would be interested in any such list of Mrs Hale was the wife of Beech er Hale Plymouth who has been in ill health for some lime Saturday mornings acclden was the second onereported by sheriffs officers within a 24hou period Early Friday night a ca driven by Ken Watson 16 Thorn ton swerved out of control and rolled over twice four mil6ssouth and a half mile west of Swalcdale Foreign Aid Bill Given Senate OK WASHINGTON W President Eisenhowers foteign aid bill moved on to the by a 5725 v from Silver Lake Township where pOSai was not acceptable to US The burly exsefgearitlooked trim and fit as he walked across the border into this British Crown smoking a cigarette Fdrtuna was taken directly to the American consulate here and jit had been used for dredgingjofficials because it is too longofficialsCrushed him through pass Manslaughter Charge Filed in Death of Ben Butler Waterloo vork Russia Plane Crash Fatal to 2 Americans MOSCOW W A twinengined Polish airliner carrying eigh of them Amen in a storm Friday night while coming into Moscow WATERLOO Americans were taken from the wreckage alive Th ter charges have been filed against Myron McLaughlin 21 two o here following a traffic accident died Thursday night which resulted in the death of Ben Butler 70 prominent Waterloo attorney McLaughlin was arrested after being identified as the driver of the vehicle which rammed into the side of a car in which Butler was riding The collision occured at a residential intersection Butler a former district judge died of his injuries Friday In jured in the mishap were Ray Paul 61 vice president of the Rath Packing Co who was driv ing Butler home from a Boy Scout awards dinner and Laure Wilson IS who at first was be lieved to be the driver of the other car But police said Me Laughlin admitted being the driv er nd pection BULLETIN TOLEDO Ohio UP The only grandfather in the field Jimmy D e m Saturday grabbed the lead in the Nations golf championship Da ma ret shot V par 70 in the morning over the Inverness course That gave him a54hole score of 211 Demaret led Dick Mayer by one stroke going into the final round legislators which would show evidence that legislators were putting undue political pressure on the commission for sel fish gain Sense of Duty If it is only a case of a legis lator representing a group of cit izens McNeal continued that Both Hospitalized Riding in the car with the Wat son boy was Albeit Jondall 17 Thornton Both wore taken to Mercy Hospital where they re m a i n e d hospitalized Saturday noon Hospital officials say that both boys suffered multiple con tusions and abrasions but were in satisfactory condition The Thornton boys told sheriffs officers that a pheasant flew into the path of the car They swerved to miss the bird and lost control is in a sense his duty as a repreof the car sentative or represent the desires of the people in his FLOOD VICTIMS area Commission Chairman Robert K Beck said at Centerville he knows of no legislator list being prepared He added that it is his opinion that this sort of thing will not get out of hand so far as the commission is concerned Beck said the commission has been receiving communications Discover Another Huge Shortage in Cook Co Funds CHICAGO Cook County states says he has discovered another onemillion Every effort by bands of Demo craticled opponents to trim its totals and limit its authority to one year was smothered in a se ries of roll calls that kept the Sen ate in session almost until Friday midnight On final passage 26 and 31 Republicans voted for the bill 17 Democrats and 8 Republi cans opposed it Kept in Line It was a rare demonstrationof Republican unityona foreign pol icy Sen Knowland of California the Republican leader supporting Eisenhower on every issue He Sometimes has differed with the administration on foreign policy matters It also was an exhibition of gen eralship by Sen Lyndon B John son the majority leader in keepingmany reluctant Demo crats in line Both held out the possibilityof includes only scientific insert proceedings in order to get inundated Tulsas ion The paper said the US Sim out immediately aboard ajFriday and the o f tVJWU V t I I i i f I TULSA Okla UBFlood water from legislators ever since he shor age in county funds c aimed lat tullai1 Mohawk Zoocame a member nearly two years c aimed eels it is essential to include ir and ground disarmament po icing l The Herald Tribune said the United Stateswill seek to sell its allies on a 10month trial suspen sion of nuclear tests provided he Soviet Union agrees to do the same jhim out immediately ship leaving for the United only known go He described the ommun0a count Itates rnaay ana me oniv IL viiir ualties were three water buffalo cations and appearances as the lid off the county build which drowned mon procedure two others were among nine wh ied The three American survivors vere identified as Mrs Margaret METCALF DIES Tremper her daughter Michelle 4 and Richard Cheverton all of Irand Rapids Mich Cheverton ormerly was news director of stations WMT and WMTTV at Cedar Rapids Iowa They were on a tour of the So viet Union sponsored by tele vision station WOODTV in Grand Rapids Cheverton now is news director for the station Listed as dead were Mr and Mrs Harvey Beuker Beuker is a Grand Rapids insurance man Mrs Trempers young daugh ter Michelle and Cheverton who were rescued later were1 both badly bruised and suffering from shock Mrs Tremper was believed the more seriously hurt The Russianbuilt airliner vas Family of Seven Perishes in Flood ST LOUIS UPI The Franklin County sheriffs office reported Saturday that a farm family of seven persons drowned in wild flood waters near Beaufort Mo about 40 miles southwest of here A deputy sheriff said the uni dentified victims en route to their home stopped at a creek that was swollen by a flash flood He said a wall of water picked up their car and carried it an eighth I of a mile Heavy rains continued to plas ter eastern Missouri and forced evacuation of more than families St Louis itself reported NICHOLS Former stale legislator Bert L Metcalf 88 died Friday of a heart ailment carrying 12 pas sengers and a crew of four from Warsaw ing This is the most unconscion able mess I have ever seen i said Benjamin S Adamovvski as he raised his estimate of losses to the county from three to at least four million dollars The new irregularities Adam lowski said involved tampering with lax foreclosure warrant books kept in the custody of the county clerk We dont know who altered the tax books Adamowski told reporters T h e investigation points in all directions and j every time we turn around some jnew method of fraud confronts us Adamowskis shortage figure far exceeds the 2A million dol lars which former State Auditor Orville E Hodge pilfered from the state Hodge now is serving a 12 to 15 year prison term for the thefts The period under investigation includes the time when Mayor Richard J Daley was county iclerk and head of the Cook Coun ty Democratic Party cuts in a later appropriations bill to provide funds for the aid pro gram They reminded their col leagues that the foreign aid bill is an authorization measure set ting only ceilings and terms Opposition Leaders The opposition was led by Dem ocratic Sens Long and Ellender of Louisiana Morse of Oregon and OMahoney of Wyoming All voted no on final passage An amendment by Ellender to slash military assistance from to was beaten 6126 Another by Longto cut military assistance by 100 millions was rejected 5233 In he only close vote the Senate re jected 4940 a proposal by Long to cut defense supports by 90 pil lions to 710 millions Sens Hickenlpoper and Martin Iowa Republicans voted in favor of the foreign aid authorization bill They alsovoted with ths majority who rejected four amendments offered by Sens Long and Ellentser inches in 13 hours Des Moines Baby Drowns in Drain DES MOINES lkJames Lee Costello Jr 2 drowned Friday when he fell into a twofoot deep NOjo DAMAGE An entire halfblock section of business buildings I eAivi rtf V f i i 11i 1 I AP Wircphoto sump drain in the basement of his home He was the son of Sgt and Mrs James Lee Costello Costello is stationed at the Air Force recruiting station here ancT homes in the eastern part of Springfield 111 were destroyed late Jruiay by windsof up to 106 miles anhour Two persons were killed and some 50 injured Twenty homes were wrecked and 200 damaged while losses m trees and communi cation lines was extensive SAME Asian Flu Epidemic Spreads Over World GENEVA Switzerland Asian influenza epidemic has reached Europe and North Amer ica and cannot be prevented from spreading through most of the world the UN World Health Or ganization reported Friday The newly identified type of vi rus A cause of the epidemic which struck nearly every coun try in Asia the past two months jhas been definitely identified in the Netherlands It is assumed now to be spreading throughout JEurope and the United States with the large numbers of trav elers arriving daily from Asia 4 I   

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