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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH tOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME IDITION VOL LXI1I Associated Press and United Press FuU Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 3 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No 221 Lehigh Strike in Standoff Negotiations Not Resumed Both labor and management in the Lehigh cement plant strike voiced a willingness Wednesday morning to enter into further negotiations but neither indicated any plans to do so Local 106 of the United Ce ment Lime and Gypsum Work ers Union placed pickets around the Lehigh plant Tuesday morn ing thus idling about 670 work cement plant employes and 400 workers employed on a construction job at the plant Local Secretary J W Morris said the union would negotiate with the company at any time it has reason to believe the com pany would be willing to do so No Arrangements Yet Lehigh plant Manager George W Hannaman declared the com pany would be willing to mee with the union at any time foi purposes of negotiating a strike settlement He added however that no arrangements have been made with the union for negotiations and that no plans have been made for any such ar AN OLDFASHIONED FOURTH Emerson Em Decker Mason City gun col lector adds a nostalgic touch to the Fourth of July season with some fireworks from a piece not much older than those used by the minutemen at Lexington anc Concord Left Emerson sifts some black powder into the muzzle of his blunderbuss Center he adds some ammunition in the form of housekeys the gun usually tires lead Right he stuffs the barrel with tissue wadding a modern departure from the crude cotton of the Revolutionary War days Communist Party Ousts Leaders Safety Post to Brown DBS MOINES OR Gov Her Loveless said Wednesday lhat on 20 minutes notice he MsTs the second strike to hit appointed Russell I Brown state safety education division di the Lehigh plant within a year Workers were out seven weeks last summer in a dispute over union participation in the plants training program The Lehigh strike is one of some 40 underway at cement plants throughout the nation in volving about 8000 workers Han naman said he thought about 12 of the 14 Lehigh plants were closed down Nine Demands Morris listed nine demands the union is using as a basis for a strike settlement among them rector as acting state safety com missioner a request for a 136 cent per hour wage increase The demands Morris said are same as those the Marquette Cement Manufacturing Co Des Brown 32 who said he is a reg istered Republican will succeec Clinton Mover who has resigned as commissioner effective Aug 1 Loveless a Democrat had of fered the position to Maurice Rawlings Sioux City also a Democrat but Rawlings declined Ordinarily a governor names a commissioner of his own j political affiliation Professional Man We are going to try a pro fessional safety man in this post Moines accepted in a strike set tlement with the national cement workers union early this week Union President Felix Jones is using that settlement as the basis for ending strikes through out the cement industry The union demands are 1 General wage increase of 136 cents per hour 2 Shift differential increase jand see it works out Love ess commented The governor indicated that he had notified Brown of his deci sion only minutes before the news conference announcement Brown said it came as a complete sur prise Brown also present at the news conference said he had been reg istered as a Republican but nev er active in politics He said he considers himself a professional safety man Masters Degree The Governor added Lhat he and Malenkov Molotov Top List Kaganovich Also Booted 45 Cars Hit U S Highways for Extended 4th of July Holiday Weekend BY UNITED PRESS A mass exodus of Americans began Wednesday with an esti mated 45 million cars hitting the highways for a long Fourth of July holiday weekend of fun for some and inevitably pain and tragedy for others Despite the best efforts of law enforcement agencies and safetyconscious motorists at least 400 and possibly more than 500 holiday travelers are marked for death on the high ways Other holiday celebrants will reach their destinations safe ly only to join the long fatality list in drownings at crowded beaches and resorts Still more will be killed in airplane and miscellaneous accidents Added to this will be the un counted toll of injured in traffic wrecks and the anticipated RED CROSS ON THE JOB LONDON ff The Soviet Unions Communist Party Wednesday night ousted sev eral top ranking Russian of ficials from party leadership Moscow Radio broadcast in Arabic the text of a com munique issued by the Cen tral Committeeot the Com munist Party of the Soviet Union The communique announc ed the removal from the partys Presidium formerly the Politburo of Georgi Mal enkov Lazar Kaganovich and V M Molotov The three reportedly were charged with deviating back to Stalinism The London monitors first listed Dmitri Shepilov former foreign minister and a secretary of the party as havingbeen comprehensive report on the jcoe Druromond of the New However a few moments later j hjs fa Trib one the monitors withdrew Shepilov s dio One Mans n a m p if urns Tint more than one million dollars lost in property damage The National Safety Council estimates there will be one traf fic srhashup for every 20 of highway travel during fourday weekend The council figures these ac cidents will kill 535 persons or 70 more than the 465 who would die in traffic during a non holiday period of length in early July Gulf Disaster Region w editor is EDITORS NOTE Hall GlobeGazette winding up an onthespot sur vey of the Gulf Coast area smashed by Hurricane Audrey Editor Hall will make a special posing cattle to giant rats substantially and snakes Some say there structure which alone till human bodies Ten of two pilots and a Red Cross aboard Mv seatmates were Ros weathered the storm we found local townsmen working with Red Cross and government representa tives to restore life in what for York na several days after the hurricane was a dead community name saying it was not received heard ftjs area at pm Sunday over Station at the rate of 8 cents per hour JBrown who will serve an indefi for afternoon shift and 12 cents per hour for night shift 3 Four week paid vacation after 30 years employment ef fective July 1 1957 four week paid vacation after 25 years employment effective Jan 1 1958 4 Union shop where per mitted 5 One and onetenth for Sunday work 6 Paid holidays to be counted as days worked for the purpose of computing over time 7 Double time for work in excess of 12 hours in one day 8 Agreement that company will not subcontract work to other companies that can be performed by regular plant mployes 9 Contract made retroactive to May 1 Hannaman declined to comment on any of the unions demands The last negotiations between Lehigh and Local 106 were under taken Monday Morris said the tmion was demanding a 15 cent per hour increase at that time The company reportedly offered a 10 cent increase which was re jected GlobeGazette Photos by Gibbs WHAM Emerson pulls the trigger and flinches as his 1840model weapon sends keys and tissue skyward with a roar He obtained the piece properly termed a Coach Blunderbuss from a farmer It unique in its day the era of flintlock weapons since it is discharged by a percussion cap struck by the delicately curved hammer The piece was made in England and models of its sort were used by stagecoach drivers to ward off highwaymen said clearly in transmission It the fourth name mentioned was being checked Stalins Heir The London monitors later said that Shepilov according to the Moscow broadcast was not re noved from the party Presidium ut from his post as a secretary f the partys powerful Central of the Itions best respected columnists What used to be the and Harry Martin is now a medical center nite term will be working close ly on the entire public safety op eration and between us we will name a new safety education di rector Brown formerly of Cedar Falls graduated from Iowa State Teach ers College in 1950 and then ob tained a masters degree from the New York University Safety Cen ter He worked more than three years for the Motor Club of Iowa and was employed by the Nation al Safety Council Chicago as a 750 Killed 3000 Missing in Quakes TEHRAN Iran B Rescue workers came across the bodie of 400 victims in two earthquakedevastated villates in northern Iran Wednesday The discovery boosted the overall death toll to 750 More than 3000 persons are missing The rescue workers uncovered the victims in the villages o Tighband and Sangchal They had not been listed in previous re KGLO Committee ExPremier Malenkov for a I ime looked like Joseph Stalins leir as recognized chief of the Soviet Communist Party and therefore boss of the Soviet Union A man well trained in intrigue by Joseph Stalin himself he was outintrigued in the period 19531 1955 by Nikita Khrushchev Deputy Premier j Malenkov in his rise in Soviet councils for a long time was a close ally of hated Lavrenty Be ria Soviet secret police chief More than any other single per son it was Beria who put Malen kov into the post of premier after Stalins death But then Malenkov turned against Beria and helped purge him By this action he man jDC director of public inform aj We saw a young lad in uniform be Ition for the American Red Crossling treated by doctor and nurse i We sat down in the midst of illjfor an angry cut suffered a cleaningup operation he is being Droughtto nearby Lake Charles s n our whirlybird for hbspitaliza ion In the recorders office is a commissary containing just about every item of emergency food stuff you could imagine la charge is Iva Free parish demon stration agent whose homein Big Lake 10 miles distant went almost unscathed I guess God had other plans for me she explained with a smile Shelter Use The former courtroom was con verted to shelter use and execu tive offices Escapees on the fatal night numbered 2000 or so Now the courthouses use is reduced accident in which to those with a specific mission lowa Generally fair but biccle crashed under the rearjm connection with getting Cam lowa ueneiaiiy lair out wun ff grons disolaced residents reumt 1 By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor CAMERON An Air Force helicopter Tuesday carried me so low over the brakish saltwater spilled on Cameron Parish by Hurricane Audrey that the stench of dead things reached my nostrils These ranged from debris a few feetfrom a huge Gulf tugboat which had been lifted out of its moorings and east athwart a paved highway by last Thursdays tidal wave This as much as anything Ive seen reflected the unbelievable might of the wind and water hi combination Three blocks away at the parish Al Boy on Bike Is Crash Victim The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with scattered ttumdershowers Wed nesday night low in lower tc mid 60s Widely scattered show TVmrcrta v in ports traffic safety consultant when he over a 500mile arc in was hired by Mover lran extending up to the Soviet border The quakes spread death and damage over the Elbury Moun tain range along the Caspian Seas southern edge and up to the Soviet border on both sides of the sea Iranian officials estimated the Property losses were also huge from Tuesdays quakes ranging Base Rate Hannaman said Lehigh now Clear Lake in Preparation for Holiday Event CLEAR early morn ing wind and rainstorm dampened sites and stages somewhat Wed nesday for the July 4th celebra tion City trucks were kept busy carrying broken limbs away from parks and streets The carnival opened a massive show Tuesday night on three sides of the City Park to a fairsized crowd The two elimination con tests for the talent show were scheduled for Wednesday after pays a base rate of per hour The top wage rate paid is S222 he added Marquetle was paying from S165 to S210 per hour before its settlement with the union this week Also affeclcd by the Lehigh strike here but not directly in volved are 400 construction work ers employed on a million ex pansion project Lehigh noon and evening and the finals Thursday evening The evening shows both July 3 and 4 will be presented from the stage on the lake at the end of Main Avc Both performances will be concluded with a display of fireworks Even if drizzle should stage show shown between 9 and each property loss at more than 12Vi million dollars They put the number of seri ously injured at 1500 More than 100 villages were de scribed by officials as wiped out and nearly 50 more partially damaged j Shah Mohammed Reza Pah levi who is vacationing in Switz erland with Queen Soraya or dered largescale relief opera tions for the stricken area esti mated to cover 50000 square miles No fresh Huinker Signs Bonus Contract With Cardinals The Masorj City Braves re ceived a jolt Wednesday after noon when it was announced that Art Huinker lefthanded pitcher had signed a bonus con tract the St Louis Cardin als He has been assigned to Co lumbus Ga of the South At lantic League a class A circuit He will report next Tuesday His bonus was under the limit which would bind him to a major league club From Cafmar he posted a 190 pitching record during his the foundation for his dismissal as premier in February 1955 After his demotion from pre mier to a mere deputy premier and minister of electric power tations he was accused by Nikita vhrushchev of doctrinal heresy Since then Malenkov has been still prominent in Soviet affairs scattered thundershowers in north through Thursday Not much change in temperature Low Wednesday night in 60s iveday lowa Temperatures will average near normal Thursday through next Monday Normal wheels of a semitrailer truck leftierons displaced residents reunit highs in mid 80s and normal a 9yearold boy dead Wednesdayj The victim Allan Thilges son1 of Mr and Mrs Raphael Thilges rural Algona was riding on the handle bars of a bike pedaled by Ronnie MertE 10 also of rural Algona According to Mrs Free only two families never left Cameron Now a dozen are back to their homes but they are wholly without utilities There isnt even drinking water All wells must be freed of May Share Data on Clean Bomb The accident occurred on Highjsalt water and treated for germ lows in mid 60s Continued mild 1 way 169 three miles north of here I contamination but with frequent minor dailyiA witness who was following the Under a decision reached Tues temperalure changes Rainfailitruck told officers the bicycle beday several tent communities are will average threeWhs to sixigan U wobble and Allan wasjto be set up here as soon as basic tenths of an inch with locally thrown between the left rear dualjservices can be restored So far heavier amounts occurring inwheels of the trailer Mem wasjas possible Cameron s oxyn people occasional showers and thunderunhurt jdl formerly had 1000 will be em storms throughout the period 1 Kenneth Philibee 29 by Red Cross and govern apolis the truck driver was notnnent to put things in readiness Minnesota Fair and warm scatheld tne two or three hundred new lered showers j Highway patrolman Dale Mehomes required iBride and deputy sheriff Don Merciful Help GlobeGazette weather data investigated I My visits with storm victims to 8 am Wednesday j Funeral serviccs will be conhere as was last year when I Maximum Tuesday 8 at Thursday at Stireported on Californias devas Mmimum Tuesday nignt 66 jCecilias Catholic Church withjtating floods at Yuba City and At 8 am Wednesday 6R huriai in lhc calvary CemeteryJHumboldt County have impressed Precipitation 52 inch WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower said Wednesday some advisers have told him Russia should be given the secret of how to make clean hydrogen bombs the United tSates itself finally tremors were re ported Wednesday but the fright ened populace slept in the streets and fields Tuesday night Many roads were destroyed asj a result of landslides Telephone Eisenhower also told his news conference he will invite all other nations to make onthcspotj cancel either one of lelcgrapn incs were down hIT ihows fireworks will be tho small towns and vil the evening announced Jim Gilrulh at the plant They have refused lo cross chamber ofcommercesecretary the cement workers picket lines Construction Superintendent J W Matthews said Wednesday morning about 25 or 30 of the construction workers have al ready drawn their pay and left between the small towns and vil lages of the stricken area Mesj sengers on horses provided the only means of communications There was no word of what happened on the Soviet side of the border The Soviet Unions bigBaku oil production center is four years at Loras College where he was graduated this lflgures how to U g I rrilH June Huinker has been consid ered one of the top hurlers in the Southern Minnesota League On Tuesday night he fanned 11 and pitched 7hit ball in a 153 win Austin That gave him a 31 seasons record with Braves He is to teach 3 Sailors Killed in Flash Fire on U S Carrier MARSEILLE France checks of radioactive fallout atlAmerican sailors were killed McCulioughs Funeral Home me a heartwarming apprecia in charge tion of the merciful help received He is survived by his parentsfr0m an always generous Ameri three sisters and two brothers jcan public through the Red Cross Its the difference between facing life with hope and facing life in utter hopelessness many have told me in their own way From the helicopter I could see Cement Workers Get 13 Cents Pay Hike DAVENPORT crease of 13 cents an A pay in smoke curling up in all directions hour has This it developed on closer in ibcen tentatively agreed upon forspcciion was from automobile J future US atomic jn a nsh of the Dcwcy Port1 and truck tires being brought on a sma French harborjland Cement Co plant by the truckload for use in to the current series of to u Ofthemselvesin the receding salt school and coach this fall at Os sian DeSales High School the project He said it was Hkelylprices reached their highest point in nearly two years this week Pun Bradstrcet reported Wed Wholesaie Prices of Food at New High NEW YORK foodjon tne western side of the Cas more would leave I dont think well have too much trouble finding labor once the strike is over said It will be a a while though Matthews pian nesdav CHERWELLDIES OXFORD England W At S623 the organizations foocllCherwell 71 Britains first little light compared with a chief died here Tuesday ago inight 1 tests now in progress in Nevada A reporter asked Eisenhower a truly clean bomb was was any way the United States coukl share the with the Russians Eisenhower replied that he had raised that same question with the scientists and they had told him that the minute the secret of building a clean bomb was worked out other countries should aircraft carrier Lake Champlaini The workers arc members A French riockhanci perished the United Cement Lime and water Perhaps a week from now The blaze raged around theiGypsum Workers Union Localjthe slench which hangs heavy ov stern of the 40130ton 6th A company spokesman satdier this unfortunate land will have carrier for 45 minutes before it Wednesday the pay boost will beidisappeared was extinguished The harbor boat had pulled alongside the Lake Champlain unload automobiles and other jgranted under terms of a new conj tentatively drawn The old expired last month i equipment needed ashore by the carrier crew The three Amori PAARLBERG CHOSEN WASHINGTON j lowa Farm Prices Show 3 Increase DES MOINFS UP Prices can sailors were aboard the boat I Eisenhower Tuesday nominated received by Iowa farmers for know about il lie added hejwhen the fire broke out Don Paarlberg agricultural cconifarm products increased during thought legislation would be rej Identity of the victims was notomisl from Purdue University toithc month ending Juqc 15 with quired to authorize sharing of anyigivcn The cause of the fire was he assistant secretary of agriculthc index of all farm prices in SAME DATE1956 bomb construction knowledge not determined jtufe creasing three per cent   

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