Mason City Globe Gazette, July 4, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

July 04, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 4, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE j T HI NEWS PAPER THAT MAKES ALLNORTHIOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIU Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 4 1957 This Paper Consists of Two ttt Curt Hannaman S Lichtenberger Douglas Jimenez Dennis Morris Greg Miller Bobby Rye Bill Fischbeck Gary Lesch Ronald Evading Larry Wass Gregory Teas Jamie Nadler Mark Schoofs Jack Pauley William Bjerke Shakeup May Fo Kremlin Purge IndianaMen Cited for i racy Bid Padding Probe Ends DES MOINES Indiana men Thursday had been cited to the Iowa attorney generals office by the Legislative Investigating Committee which charged that they conspired to defraud this state in attempted highway equip ment deals The men are Arthur JMogil Jndianapolis identified as an Hurricane United Cameron Residents as Never Before By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor Traffic Deaths Running Below Hormal in U S BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Millions of Americans headed for Fourth ofJuly outings Thurs day jamming highways but traf fic deaths appeared low normal in the firsthours of the long Independence Day holi day period Tornadoes Strike in West Iowa Force Lt Da Titi Employ merit in Iowa at New Plateau1 DES MOINES Nonagri cultural employment in Iowa af duty equipment salesman and Virgil Red Smith Milan Ind former chairman of the Indiana Highway Department The committee issuing prog ress reports on its probe of Iowa High w a y Commission affairs Wednesday recommended that Atty Gen Norman Erbe take such action as is warranted against Mogilner and Smith Bid Padding The committee referred to al leged attempts to pad bids to the commission onpurchase of equipment Rep Clark McNeal RBel committee chairman said the group now has exhausted its investigation of Mogilner and Smith and that the case now rests with the attorney general Mogilner and Smith are under indictment in Indiana in connec tion with affairs of the Indiana Highway Department They had been invited to appear Iowa committee Smith declined and Mogiiner did not answer The committee received testi mony that Mogilner proposed to three Iowa equipment dealers that certain bids be increased 25 per cent with 15 per cent to go to Mogilner and 10 per cent to the successful bidder Joint Conspiracy gains jn tne coming months According to the testimony thcs We expect some increase in 15 per cent was to go partly toconstruction Manufacturing the Democratic Party jably will be fairly slabie j The committee also had rej fhe outlook is from a point ceived testimony that Smith tried1 to manipulate bids on some equip ment by attempting to have cer tain bids thrown out and new ones asked The probers said in their find ings that Smith and Mogilner at tempted in a joint conspiracy to Tabulation since the count start CAMERON La Every major disaster seems to bring out jed at 6 pm local time Wednes the best thats in the people hardest hit by it In this little parish idav showed 35 traffic deaths 5 by seat which boasted a population of 1000 until Hurricane Audrey drowning and 5 from miscellane got in her devastating work last week neighbors have been causes for an overall total of brought together in a bond of understanding and mutual help45 UP to U am fulness never before known The National Safety Council has A dozen of the 300 families who called Cameron home have jestimated that the traffic death come back to stormwracked houses devoid of even thc basic jtoli will reach 535 at the end of and electricitywith refrigeration and all else ithe extended weekend which cov that goes with electricity The homing instinct that kept them ers the102hour period ending at here when they should have evacuated in the face of repeated imidnight Sunday 3 Injured at Lake City DES MOINES Two torna suli wectnu beard he grew whilespending warnings by the weather has brought them back 54 daysin after bailing out of his jet plane is reunited with his wife Rita at New York You look horri ble Mrs Steeves reported as saying and the lieutenant replied hed shave it off as soon as possible do funnels dropped out of a line of violent thunderstorms crossed Iowa during the and caused widespread property damage Three persons were injured an an estimated 25 houses damage at Lake City in west central Iowa second tornado swept acros NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV AFTER PURGE A new record for the Fourth of seven farms in the Odebolt area SacCounty lhe tornadoes came without warning out of a night sky after arning Family Tent Idea iJiily holiday period would be set j Others will be streaming back before their homes are ready iif the NSCs estimate is reached for them And a number of tent cities is being considered SherJThe current record toll of 491 wasWarnmg a night sky aft iff 0 B Carter had to be talked out of a plan which would have set during a fourday observajan early evening tornado warm meant a family tent on every residential yard until replaced Stion of Independence Day in 1950j been canceled houses are ready far occupancy too many sani j Farm Hit tatioiv 1 discourage 6i escapees from this 90 per cent destroyed townthe Red Cross ami other agencies in volved in the relief ant rehabilitation responsibility are having their representatives commute from Lake Charlesa distance of Khrushchev Is Stronger Than Ever Upheaval Is Biggest Since 30s C irarges A Outlined BULLETIN LONDON fAVSoviet Russia followed up its Communist par ty purge of four top Kremiiri leaders Thursday by firing them from their government jobs FROM OUR SERVICES MOSCOW Communist Party Leader Nikita S is expectpdth fnllnw nn 1hp Iowa Boy Helps Save Tots Life Fire Chief said thej WASHINGTON ing victory for his liberalization ipolicy with a major shakeupoftli9 Soviet government Western oh servers said Thursday The Communist Party day accused three top meinbers jof antiparty activities and busted Jvi k it ajthem mrnfthe party prcjidum funel caught the southwestVpart Khrushchev emergedThursday ss biggest Kremlin upheaval of Lake City population aboutja more powerful figure thansince the Stalinist 1930s They 2500 apparently oh the upswing he has ever with jwere former Premier Georgi Mai some 60 miles or so ever v lormpocked highway Theyre setting a good example Along with binding commuiiiitie5 tpgethei in closer neighbor liness a disaster has atendency loreteyate some individual to C7 rf ithe a heros pedestal This oriels no exception In this respect jspottedhim on theVtlom of West Sfory of Devotion The man singled out here for that role is the communitys after touching down on the Wil WEST OKOBOJI UVA Owen farm two mile south Id Omaha bov owed his onehalf of Owens barn but left half standing Lake City were Mrs I I VIJ L i f jOkotaoji Lake under four feet McCaulley Jr about I VII ll ws LJ o s n jj lone doctor Cecil Clark 32y earsold His story is oneof devotion rpjmm 130 Mrs Jim Panky and Mrs to his communitys welfare far beyond the call of professional family numbers four Dr and MrsClark the two sons fortun leaped in and started to shore husband sleeping next to her and their four chil ate enough to have been visiting their grandparents in another j Timmvs mother Mrs escaPed injury i L r Whiting helped bring the uncon scious boy to shore and started Plate glass windows in Lake On the contrary Washington Windows Broken was standing on the John Stringer dock when he saw Johnathonj McCaulley suffered neck JKetzier son of Mr and Mrs Dland back inJnnes when a elm tree ter nearly a year of steady in1 A week ago Dr Clark was the head of a happy family of JQ Ketzler Omaha in the water crasned into the roof of her base creases may have reached a newi seven Mrs Clark three sons and two daughters Today that i plateau for the next two or three months the State Employj ment Security Commission said Thursday After that we probably will be able to tell which way it is going to go said David Johnston the commissions chief of research and statistics If manufacturing employment continues stable we may move on up again in the fall But we think we may see more town At the height of the storm Thursday Dr Clark ventured forth from his newly completed home to minister to those in need Two of the five children died when the roof fell in A third three months old was swept from his mothers arms by the seeth ing water Mrs Clark floated about for 18 hours on a bit of debris in the raging flood waters Bodies Not Recovered Mrs Clark is still bedfast in the home of Lake Charles friends from cuts and concussions suffered by her during her ordeal At the time this was written the bodies of the three children had not been recovered In the face of all this having every good reason for be lieving that his entire family had been wiped out by thc hurri canepropelled tidal wave Dr Clark worked continuously for a where latest statistics show record hundred hours or so at the medical center set up in the Cameron employment for the months ofj Parish courthouse only building in the community to come April and May The low point ofi through the disaster intact the opportunity of building former Premier Vyacbfr jlflinto a dictator M Molotov and Lazar This was the assessment herejnovich of the situation in Moscow in thej But their high jobs in the gov wake of the expulsion Wednesday jernment technically distinct from of four top Soviet officials fromPartv has not yet called in the Communist party But it was almost cer Since Communist party boss tain they would have to leave the Khrushchev has been the domijcabinet as well in light of Khru nant leader for several years ascendency although expectation here is that the ouster of the because they wanted to return to Stalinism w they may not have to answer for antiparty activities before the in some respectsdoes not meanj that basic Soviet foreign and mestic policies will be altered i artificial respiration Dr WillisCity stores were blown out Re Taylor Jr Omaha vacationing atjdenius said except for the McCaul the lake assisted in reviving thejlcys house which was demolished child who later fullyrecovered Pakistani Airliner Crash Fata to 24 others received varying amounts of damage The McCaulleys plan to move in with their parents The fire chief said the tornado perts believe that the policies of peaceful coexistence negotiat1 ing with the West on disarma ment seeking to extend Soviet in fluence in Asia and the Middle East and trying to develop Rus sia internally will be pursued per came without warning All of a haps even more vigorously than isudden there was a whistle a hissbefore KARACHI Pakistan UP A nnc he said In the simplest terms Khrush htV Tlle storms broke shortly faterlchev appears to have succeeded Thursday As theyiin ridding himself of several defraud the state but that there wasno evidence that the Demo cratic Party in Iowa or Demo WJ v vi oli11t LlI cratic Gov Hersche Loveless hadieach any knowledge of u has shown been found wrecked in the Bav of mmauav uieyui nuuiug luiuacu ui sivcim uu Bengal it was announced eastward across the statesmen in the Presidium the polio day AH 24 persons aboard wereslronS winds hit in Newton Marjmaking body of the party and the G reported dead ishalltown Grinnell Hawardenjrea center of power in the Soviet the year usually is in February The total nonagricultural em ployment last February was 644 100 The figure moved up to 648 300 in March and then came the Do you wonder that among Dr Cecil Clarks neighbors there is unanimous insistence that his home and clinic be given top priority when building operations for a new and better Cameron get under way Also the committee April record of 554900 and thel May peak of 655500 j Ever since the summer of 1956j months report a gain over the cor was no evidence that any equip ment dealers participated in such a conspiracy The next meeting of the com mittee probably will be in Des JVIoines late in July McNeal said He said the group then will look into elections political activities and campaign contributions responding period of the prcvio vear Send JCIIU M tO Ike No Holiday for Cleanup Squads in Storm Area LAKE CHARLES La W About Johnston said thc record j ploy ment of April and May due largelyto the service indusj tries and educational cmployjcleanup ment Retail business showed slight increase but manufacturiCarneron wenfon at high pitch s in thc hurrH fishing town ofj The Weather lowa Scattered showers and thunderstorms warmer east high mid 80s to lower 90s Partly cloudy anci cooler Thurs day night and Friday Scattered thundershowers south Thursday night low in 60s ing was a little soft he added despile he holiday Thursday with GlobeGazette weather data 1 i to 8 am Thursday 3 WEN KILLED LONDON Presivf dent Klimcnti Voroshilov sent Fourth of July congratulations to President Eisenhower Thursday Wednesday Moscow radio reported On the occasion the national holiday of the USA Independ ence Day accept Mr President my congratulations and best wish es to you personally and to the American people the message said c Sheiff Ham coim y told newsmen s liavc recovered Par latest estimates placing the deathi xiiwi Maximum 83 Kn M toll around 700 and property darn Minimuin wcdncsdav night 68 rwrt11 V1 age near 100 million dollars A c a Thnrsdav r native stone buildl f Al B am ling collapsed in a shattering Ham of Procipiiatu wrecked two couilly told nexvsmcn killed three small eastern Kansas nn mated at least 400 more persons are missing j Reid said an official list of the missing the first such attempted had been started with 58 names already entered Of the 301 known idead tl2 were unidentified xinuim imum 11 inch 73 55 QUIET HOLIDAY GETTYSBURG Pa Presi dent Eisenhower spent the Fourth of July at his farm home here Victor Couple Dies in Knoxville Crash ilowa City and Muscatine jUnion The Weather Bureau reported Montezuma in eastern Iowa re ceived 260 inches of rain in a short period More scattered showers and thunderstorms were forecast tor this July 4th Temperatures were Delay Firing of Huge A Device Accused of Misdeeds A 3500word party resolution them of the most severe of party policy but was no suggestion of crim activities Specific charges against those ousted indicated a renewal of the Soviet drive for better relations with Yugoslavia and the West Moscow r a d io said their re moval consti tutes a further major victory in the cause of peace and co operation b tween because they MOLOTOV had impeded the stronger affir mation of a policy of peace and active coexistence Shepilov Out Former Foreign Minister Dmitri LAS VEGAS Nev lost his place as a candi expected to reach Wednesdays nical difficulties have forced theidate or alternate member of the of 03 at Council Bluffs Energy Commission to Presidum and as one of the party imvrltv igive up its plans to explode the secretaries Economic expert Mifc jb i g g e s t firecracker eve r bail Pervukhin was demoted to touched off on the Fourth of July candidate membership and Max The AEC had hoped to detonate im Saburuv Russias top eco Khe largest nuclear blast ever set joff in the United States However Sioux City Minister to Oppose i Rep Jensen in 58 I STUART fTl The Rev RobertHhe AEC announced that the test D Yoak 42 a Congregational would be delayed 24 hours bej minister was in thc sPecd recording equip Yday with his announcement thatment on a plastic balloon from hewill seek election to Congressiwhich thG ricvicc Wl11 be fircd vvas Yoak pastor of the Stuart andinot working Fairlew churches said he The hlast was rescheduled for run mthe Democratic nomina the same lime Friday The atoimc tion in 1958 for the 7lh Iowa Disauevice ls expected to equal more irict now represented by 60000 tons of TM Ben Jensen Yoak fa ther of three children said his icanriidacy had been approved by KXOXVILLE Iowa UP Frank Miller McGahcy r8 Vic Donald Stout in charge of Red tor and his wife Eiliei 2 were marriage iCross relief for victims of Hurrikilled Wednesday afternoon when made them CEREMONY Can dy Suoyama 28yearold di minutive sweetheart of soldier S Girarrl 21 holds tin certificate i c h MI nnd the deacons of his churches Slams Refrigerator Door on Own Nose Senate Subcommittee KAGANOVICH OICs Pay Boost Bill MALENKOV icane Audrey iiis agency vas their cav wen out of control on paper heini WhitUnglon 10 prcpared to provide money for Highway 2i0 3 Eor fiod clothing mcdiwest of here They vere en route cal care burials home repair lo InclianoSa 10 sptnri ilie Fourth Tokyo where they jhome rebuiirlmj furniture and of July holiday with two of their through a relieious loois needed for livelihood ai Camp i at the campchape on Friday jnomic planner until last Deceni ber was dropped from the Prcsl WASHINGTON Senateicium Post Office and Civil Service Up thc ladder to full Presidium subcommittee Thursday approvedmembership Mrs Ekaterina a bill io raise the pay of iheiFurtseva the Soviet Unions top federal governments 750000 eiaswonun offioiai and the first ofher MKMPIUS Tenn siillisifieri employes and 500000 possex ever to reach theniling Prcsr peering inside Mr Charlesital workers by 7j per eent uliiun Marshall Georgi Xhnkov Drennon slammcci the door of Under the bill a majority rf the ihe defense minister Ontral her reirigerator Wednesday postal employes also Mould reCommittee SecTetmes A Her noseisnt broken ihe doceeive temporary costofliving intov N I jBeiyayWv Lconirl lor rsarcct her ore ranging from to R KowovjCUo iswiiien U year KuusincnTged Commumst of ;