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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Home DIM CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1 0 W A N S N I I G H 0 R S WOMf IPITICN VOL LXIII Associated Presi and United Preic Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 21 1ifti of Two 211 Communists Protest UNs Korea Buildup Cover Up Charged by Spokesman To Ship in New Weapons PANMUNJOM Korea UN Command Fridayvoided the armistice ban on n e w weapons tomatch the Conimunisl buildup in North Korea The Reds immediately launched a protest Murray Snyder U S assistant secretary of defense s a i d in Washington that the new arms would include jet aircraft which rcan carry atomic arms but this time no atomic weapons are being given to ground forces He refused to say whether atomic ammunition would be stored a Korean bases for use against an attack The U N side declared it would continue to observe fully the provision and all othe points in the 1953armistice agree ment Mild Reply The Communist command promptly charged the U N wit attempting to make South Ko xea an atomic base and prepar for a IfoctV Ma j Gen Chung Kook Rook declared impassively We are vehemently opposed to equipping UN forces with new types of weapons wrecking the armistice agreement and perpet uating the U N occupation of South Korea U S Marine Corps Maj Gen Homer L Litzenberg senior member of the U N Command North Korean and Chinese Communists of the U N decision at 3 meeting in the truce hut in the demilitarized zone Litz enberg said the Red reply was milder than I expected I did not interpret it as a Red threat to resume the fighting that ended with the July 27 1953 truce he said Chung spokesman for the 40 North Korean and Chinese munists attending the meeting of the Korean Joint Armistice Com mission reserved the right to re ply later UN charges of traces violations He asserted the About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Saturday Occasional showers and thunderstorms ending Saturday forenoon Low Friday night 6670 Cooler Sat urday high 7580 Iowa Partly cloudy scattered showers and thunderstorms through Saturday Cooler north Friday night and over most of the state Saturday Low Friday night 5565 Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 3 to 6 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs 83 north to 86 south Normal lows 59 north to 63 south Cool er Saturday Warmer Monday and Tuesday Cooler again Wednesday Rainfall will aver age generally around one inch but locally up to 3 inches oc curringas showersand thun derstorms and Sun day and again Tuesday and Wednesday M i nnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 82 Minimum Thursday night 65 At 8 am Friday 74 YEAR AGO Maximum 91 Minimum 68 UN Command was airing the charges to cover up Allied vio lations Another Meeting Litzenberg said he expectedduct the Communists to ask for an other meeting within a few days to reply more fully to the UN statement uizzmg Cross Is Concluded WASHINGTON W Sen Me Clellan DArk said Friday the burden is on the Bakers Union now to say whether its president James G Cross abused his of fice and misused funds The Senate Rackets Committee headed by McClelian Thursday completed hearings into alleged misconduct by Cross A Bakers Union hearing board meanwhile notified Cross chief accuser suspended union Secre taryTreasurer Curtis R Sims it would meet to consider the charge that he has brought the union into disrepute with his pub South Loses Major Civil Rights Test Filibuster in July Likely WASHINGTON UP The Southhas lost a major battle in he Senate for the first time over civil rights legislation but has not yet lost the war The biggest battles are still to come and probably will tie up the Senate during most of July in a filibuster But even then the chances that southern Democrats can defeat the bill will be much ess bright than in past years Supporters of the House ap proved administration civil rights won a firstround victory in he 1957 struggle Thursday night By a vote of 4539 the Senate re fused to follow normal procedure and send the House bill to its Ju diciary Committee where a sim lar measure has been bottled up since last winter Htld in Senate The effect ofthis vote was to tiold the bill in the Senate where ibcan betakenup by a majority vote like any bill reported by a Senate committee The motion to take up the bill is not expected until shortly after the July 4 holiday Because that motion willbe subjectto filibuster it can in fact be carried only if supporters of the bill can muster the 64 votes required to shut off debate under the Senates antifilibuster rule Thursday nighls vote did not represent atrue test on the civil rights issue because it came on a procedural question and in volved a departure from Senate custom Voted With South For instance a number of northern and western Democrats such as S ens John F Kennedy Mike Mansfield Mont and Wayne L Morse who favor civil rights legislation lined up with the southern bloc They believed the bill should have been referred to committee and an attempt made later to dis charge it if the committee failed to act Waterloo Man Is Victim 2 Killed at Pocahontas FLEE BEFORE MASSIVE TORNADO FUNNEL A group of Faigo N p youngateis turn their heels and run from an onrushing tornado funnel which flattened TWISTER INJURES 85 Ai1 Wlrciihoto a huge section of their city The massive funnel ap proached from the plains west of the community and was visible for miles before it struck Fargo Tornado Toll Reaches 10 FARGO ND Iff giant tor nado striking from a lethal1 cloud tower niore than 10 miles ligh smashed through 100 blocks of a Fargo residential area Thursday night bringing death o10 of them the children of one At least 85 more were injured some critically lie denunciations of Cross In all n Dem0crats and 34 Re Litzenbzerg reporters modern and effective weapons will be flown into Korea soon but said he knew of no final de cision on types quantity or a timetable for bringing them in The UN Commands state ment again accused the Commu nists of flagrant repeated and willful violations of the armis tice agreement and said the UN action was being taken because of the Reds cgmplete disre gard of the arms ban Balance Restored Litzenberg declared the UN Command considered it is en titled to be relieved of obliga tions under the armistice provi sion covering replacement of weapons until such time as the relative military balance has been restored and your side by its action has demonstrated its willingness to comply The voided provision of the agreement banned the introduc tion of all arms into North and South Korea except duplicate re placements for those already there at the time of the cease fire in 1953 DIES OF BURNS McGREGOR UP Funeral services for David Lange 11 son of Mr and Mrs Charles who died ol burns received when a cigarette lighter he was playing with ig nited his clolhes will be held Sunday publicans voted Heanngs Ended the bm to Sims suspended March 8 saidDemocrats and will be surprised if the hearing Doard which he contends is run by Cross fails to make the sus pension permanent against refer committee 34 5 Republicans voted for referral The vote came after eight hours of debate on a move formally launched fay Senate GOP Leader The Senate committee woundWiUiam F Knowland The Sen up its public hearings on the Bakers Union with Cross denying Thursday that he approved sub standard tween his wage union contracts be and abaking ate was functioning under pro cedure which did not permit un limited debate or filibuster The massive black funnel lashed a swath of devastation 20 blocks long and 5 wide The dead included all six chil dren of the Gerald Munson fam ily They ranged in age from 1 to 16 The mother was hospitalized for shocJc One of the Munson children Lois Ann 2 died ofinjuries ear ly Friday morning The body o a young girl was found later by searchers probing ruins of a wrecked home She was not im mediately identified Mrs Munson at work from home when she heard radio warnings of Hhe approaching slorrii calledher house in time to hear the oldest daughter say Girards Lawyers Ask Release of Young Soldier WASHINGTON UP Attor neys for GI WilliamsGirard ap pealed Friday to the Supreme Court to free the young soldier from Army confinement The lastminute appeal was in effect a countersuit against the governments attempt to have the high court reverse Tuesdays Dis trict Court order barring Girards trial by Japan on a manslaughter charge Girard fataHy s ho t a Japanese woman scavengingshell casings on an Army firing range in Japan Supreme to confer privately today on whether to consider the governments ap peal before their scheduled ad journment next Monday The government labeled Dis trict Judge Joseph C McGar raghys ruling clearly wrong It urged the high court to a c t speedily to untangle the diplo matic snarl it caused Ohio Police Sergeant Worried About WHAT HAPPENS NEXT CLEVELAND Ohio UP A pglictstrgtcnt admitted Fri day that he stopped Treasury Secretary for spttding ButSgt Sam Dinardo sard ha Itt Humphrey go whan found out who was Humphrey was going 35 in a 25 mileperhour zone Said Dinardo I guess I was overawed But Dinardo added that hit big worry now was whether people would understand Ill catch the devil from motorists Ive ticketed in the past North Iowa Methodists iri Pastor Appoi ntments WATERLOO North Iowa Conference of the Methodist Church Thursday night announced pastoral appointments for the 195758 year at the conclusion of the annual convention here AlgOna district appointments B R Bricc AlexanderLati mer Newton M Coughenour Algona R D Tappmeyer Armstrong M L Jones Belmond R M Bell Britt F W Shreve Buffalo CenterWoden Frederick Samek BurtLedyard RJ Barren Clarion John DeLong Clear Lake L J Runion Corwith G J KAUFMAN DIES NEW YORK UP S Jay Kaufman 71 Broadway ccurn ist playwright theatrical publi cist and arbitrator died Thurs day Hjelmas Crystal E F Martin Emmetsburg W company official whose father loaned him Called Favor He was doing me a favor and getting nothing in return Cross said after acknowledging the loans from Martin L Philipsborn Sr whose son is the labor relai Uons chief of Zion Industries1 Inc Zion 111 j In four hours of questioning Cross acknowledged payment of between and of union of it from a secret bank a convicted Los Angeles prostitute Mrs Kay Lower But he said she was paid solely as an undercover union i organizer SAME Bluck flag meant traffic death In 21 hoarc R Noland Estherville H A WaiKer Fenton O W Brand Forest City and Trevor Basker ville Garner J H Machlan Goldfield D Samuelson Kanawha M E Miller Klemme Liberty E Ulland Lake Mills W M Ruthven S H Hammer Swea City Grant F E Mas Thompson Ellis Point E X Hanson Thornton Swaledale E Goldman Titonka Doan Robert Jones Wesley Prairie Olson West Center Bend AP Wircphoto ROYAL TWINS Princess Charlotte wife of Prince Jean heir to the Grand Dukedom of Luxembourg peeks at her new twins Prince Jean and Princess Mar garetha now a month old Looking on at left are the royal couples other two children Princess Marie Astrid 3 and Prince Henri 2 H N Cylinder Fort Dodge district appoint ments included R H Cox Eagle Grove F M Shultz rlumboldt T D Hersey Pope joy Lee Center R D Killer1 man Webster City The Alden appointment has not been an nounced Both pastors of the First Metho dist Church in Mason City Dr G Truman Carl and the Rev C F Haigh were returned for a second year Dr Paul Arnold Peterson was returned to Wesley Methodist Church in Mason City for the 19th year Waterloo district appointments included R Elridge Aredale C E Olson Chapin Hansel F W Ortmeyer Central Church Steinman Floyd Marble Rock E A Codicil Geneva Brad ford C Becker Greene W E Shoemaker Hampton and H C Shaffer Lime Springs Chester P V Clements New Hamp ton WiHiamstown J E Webb Nora Springs R R Ritter NorthwoodKensett P R John son Osage M C Da vies Ply mouth Rock Falls Luella G Koether and T Janet Surdam Riceville Mclntirc G W BakertRockfbrd E M Rasmus sen Rockwell C L Oelfke Rudd R L Pearson St Ans gar Little Cedar F A Nich ols Sheffield and G W Me Michael Waverly The group voted Thursday to hold the 1958 sesion at St Pauls Methodist Church in Cedar Rap ids It8 hitting Then the phone went dead Their father was absent on an outoftown job The other dead were listed by the coroners office us Titgen 26tentatively iden tidied Jay Mr and Mrs Theodore Udaft abodt 50 tentatively Identified by close friends An 8or 9yearold girl believe to be a daughter of the Udahls Titgens wife was missing bu wo daughters were believed Ihe coroner said National Guard troops orderc into Fargo by Gov John Dayis solice and volunteers searchec the devastated area at dayiigh or other possible victims Mor than 500 homes were leveled o iieavily damaged by the deadly blow Many others bore scars of the huge twister Plenty of Warning The tornado did not come with out warning Hundreds of resi dents savy the twister approach ing overthe prairie and fled the city Radio stations had broad cast tornado Warnings Eye witnesses said t he y watched the huge funnel for up to 30 minutes before it struck the northwest corner of town about pm Mayor Hershel Lashkowitz said that damage would be many mil lions of dollars In addition to the homes de stroyed or damaged many cars and trucks were smashed tossed into the air and slammed to the ground by the powerful funnel Troopers Out Gov Davis ordered 200 North Dakota National Guard troops to Fargo at the request of Mayor Lashkowitz They hurried to the scene from summer camp at Dev ils Lake N D under Highway Patrol escort Fargo with 40000 residents is the largest city in North Dakota It is located in the flat Red River Valley noted for its rich farm crops The twister wrecked immense Biliy Edgar Woolman 24 Wi tcrloo was killed instantly early when the panel truck e was driving tore into a pickup ruck and trailer at an intersec ion three miles south of Graf on In another North Iowa accident ate Thursday two people wert dlled In a crash near Pocahontas A highway patrol officer saii kVoohnan who was driving a overnment panel truck headed vest on Highway 9 sideswiped on eastbound pickup truck and hen rammed info the tractor oadcd trailer it was towing Woolman was alone In the panel truck Hurt Driver of tha pickup truck an Iowa Conservation Commission vehicle was Guy A Krall 31 ake Mills He was taken to Mer cy Hospital in Mason City whert was reported in good condi tion after being xrayed A passenger Duanc Peterson 18 Lake Mills was also taken the Mason City hospital A high way patrol officer said he wai later released after treatment Woolman is a former resident of Redfield moving from to Waterloo highway patrol of ficials said Graftort The collision which patrolmen said tookplace at 5l5ym oc curred ata point edited Graftoh Corners Highway 337 running south frbm GfaftOn Highway 9 at the accident site In the Pocahontas accident ar youngIllinois man and wife on their way home from Mdntana were killed outright and another person severely burned in a col lision involving a a truclf The victims were Identified Lyle Hahns 26 and his wi Joan 23 They were killed in stantly when they suffered broken necks and multiple fractures of ficials said Robert Fieseler 30 Ruthven driver of the truck was severly burned when his truck caught fire after the crash at the inter section of Iowa 10 and 17 about 7 miles north of here Fieseler was taken to an Emmetsburjf H Heath F First Church and Cedar RapidsMerger Proposal Studied CEDAR RAPIDS possi bility of merging Cedar Rapids and adjoining Marion moved an other step forward Friday Mayors of the two cities have agreed to appoint a joint commit tee to study the proposed merger Mayor Jim Meaghan of Cedar Rapids said the committees work Shanley High School and the nearby American Lutheran Church Three other churches also were demolished At Aberdeen S ons woman was reported killed when a tor nado struck about 18 miles south of there Thursday night The state police radio said the wom an unidentified died when a trailer house tipped over on her at Athol SD She apparently had stepped outside just as the storm struck about 10 pm Rain on Tap as Summer Arrives Warning Posted With the arrival of the first day of summer Friday at am Iowas brief respite from wet weather appeared to be ending with a forecast of heavy rainfall for the next days The outlook Friday was for warm temperatures high humidi ties and thunderstorms in scat tered areas of the state during the afternoon Showers will spread across the state Friday night and continue over the weekend the Weather Bureau said A tornado warning was in force Friday for southwestern and cert tral Iowa The warning was for sixhour period ending at 7 pnu The area was bordered by a line running from Harrison County ia the west to Webster County td Wayne County It roughiy included the south western quarter of Iowa with an extension up toward Fort Dodge Grant Selected for District Judgeship DAVENPORT UP Nathan Grant 51 Davenport was nomi nated judge of the 7th Judicial District Friday to replace Judge Young Republicans Hear Talk by Ike WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Eisenhower told Young Re publicans Thursday night that the GOP has a constant concern for every American no matter what his religion or the color of his skin The President spoke at the conclusion of a tribute to him by 1500 delegates to the loth Young Republican convention The Presideni told the Young Republicans that when he heard Charles G Rehling The selection they had adopted a resolution will take more than a month bejwas made at a special meeting oflbonoring him it brought tears to V F Lane St Charles Floodjfore a report will be made Recjthe Scott County Bar Assnimy eyes Eisenhower called up reek churches all in of the committee Judge Rehling resigned effocon the Young Republicans to work City J N Clcmmcr Dumont twill not be binding on the city live Saturday He will return to for a world of peace in a land of Ruth Husband Elma E of the two cities he said Vjsate legal practice justice and Aplenty   

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