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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 9, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited ior the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H i NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXHI Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 9 1957 This Paper Consists Two 391 2Months Civ Fight Feare Zlatovski Located in Paris Wanted on Spy Charge PARLS Georg Zlatovski indicted in New Yor on a charge of spying for the Soviet Union declared Tuesday France has granted political asylum to him and his wife Jane A government spokesman denied it The spokesman a Foreign Min istry official said the question of political asylum would come up only if and when the United States formally asks extradition of couple The United States has not yet presented such arequest though official moves are under way The case was being discussed in both the U S embassy and the French Foreign Ministry The question is complicated because extradition action also would involve the French Justice and Interior min istries Grand Jury As the spokesman outlined pro cedure As soon as a request is in hand the case will be handed to a chambre mis en accusa tion the rough equivalent of a grand jury The United States present all the facts as in any other request for extradition The court will have three weeks to decide the case Suitcase Full of Money Proves HEAVIER THAN WORTH LOS ANGELES J Pessell 30 former member of the Freddy Martin orchestra came to the conclusion Tuesday that his money is heavier than its worth Pessell marched into the Los Angeles branch of the Federal Reserve Bank carrying a suitcase containing in bills He told a teller that he had inside information that the greenbacks would be svorthless in a couple of weeks and wanted the bills swapped for silver The teller loaded the suitcase with SI000 in dimes Sl000 in quarters in halves 5900in silver dollars and in miscellaneous change Pessell struggled with the 240pound load but after a few steps gave up in man irr the bank he said leaving the moneyfilled suitcase in the middle of the lobby Startled bank officials turned the money over to police Pes sels father told officers that his son needed to see a psychiatrist Launch Senate Debate AroundCiock essi cmsSeen Reds May Expel Deposed Group WASHINGTON Know land RGalif told President Eisenhower Tuesday that the cur rent Senate debate on civil rights legislation may continue four to eight weeks and possibly longer Knowland the Senate Republi can leader told newsmen Eisen iower is informed regard ing the implications of such lengthy debate with respect to possibility of congressional action at this session on other adminis tration bills Knowland said there certainly UNSCHEDULED STOP FOR CRUISE Ber muda tug Justice fails to budge the Reina del Pacifico free after the British cruise ship carrying 500 pas sengers ran aground on a reef three miles off Bermuda AP Wirephoto The ship not considered in any danger listed 30 degrees to starboard and relief operations were being hampered by squalls and high seas Zlatovski 47 a naturalized Women Open Conference on Safety ALLSTAR GAM American League 020 001 0 National League 000 000 2 Bunning Loes Wynh 7 and Berra Simmons DES MOINES UP Women Burdctte Sanford Jackson 7 and Bailey American who formerly was ajdrivers converged on the Iowa lieutenant in U S Army intelliiCapitol Tuesday to lock horns gence declared in ah interview at his Left Bank apartment The French have given us po litical asyium We are their guests We can say nothing which with the problem of traffic safety About 300 of them showed up at the invitation of Gov Herschel C Loveless The conference headed by Rus would embarrass our hosts jsell I Brown state safety educa He and his 45yearold wife intion director is believed to be the dieted by a federal grand juryifirst of its kind in the country in New York Monday are livingThe women tackled such prob in a thirdfloor apartment over a shop selling abstract paintings Neighbors said they have lived very quietly almost never enter lems as law enforcement the safe travel of school children bicycle riding and the teaching of safety habits TwoYear Plan tained and did not frequent cafes in the street j Delegates mapped the following Soble Ring twoyear plan of action Participation by every ele The U S government linked1 the couple to an international spy ring headed by Jack Soble Soble is currently awaiting sent ence in New York as a confessed leader in the spy plot Mrs Zlatovski is a native of San Francisco and was a wartime employe of the Office of Strategic Services Appearing nervous and upset Zlatovski would say little beyond his claim that the French had given him and his wife asylum You people have already made up everything you want to so why should I say anything more he told apartment rude but I wish you would leave we 1 mentary school in the National Safety Honor Roll program 2 Bicycle safety programs 3 Driver education in all high schools NewSoilBank ProgramSef FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES House which voted two months ago to kili the major part of the administrations farm soil bank reversed itself Tuesday and voted to extend the program one more year Without a fight House members accepted a SenateHouse com promise authorizing Vz billion dollars for payments to farmers next year for the acreage reserve section of the plan for taking a per centage of surplus croplands Girard Case Studied by High Court WASHINGTON W The Su preme Court Tuesday weighed the constitutional rights of GI MOSCOW Soviet press hinted strongly Tuesday the way is being cleared to expel V M Molotov Georgi Malenkov and La zar the Soviet Communistparty The government newspaper Izvestia listed various degrees o punishment which can be invoked against party members who plo against the partys monolithic unity Izvestia quoted Lenin and decisions of the 10th party congress of 1921 to show that plotters against party unity are liable to punishment up to and including expulsion from the lowest ranks of the Communist Party Malenkov former Foreign Min ister Molotov and former First Deputy Premier Kaganovich were ousted from the partys ruling body in last weeks purge Malen kov successor to Stalin as pre mier has been singled out for the most severe criticism Government Paper The government paper de clared in a full page discussion The 10th party congress au Czechs Greet Khrushchev andEulganin PRAGUE Czechoslovakia Nikita Khrushchev will be Senate action on some other legislation alter conclusion of the civil rights debate But he added it also is likely that some administration m e a s u r e s may have to be put on the shelf ia Congress until next year Knowland and other GOP con jgressional leaders discussed the icivil rights situation in the Senate at their regular Tuesday morning meeting with Eisenhower Long Sessions They met at the White House as Senate Republicans girded for aroundtheclock sessions which may be ordered if southerners stiffen their resistance to bring ing the Houseapproved bill of fically before the Senate Knowland has asked his in cases of violation of ue William S Girard to determine thorized the Central Committee whether they overbalance thie gov ernmentsdecision to let him be tried ia a Japanese court The court which listened to nearly four hours of legal debate Monday gave no indication how soon it will hand down its deci of production Only Senate approval which appears certain remains to in 4 Assistance to driving clubs 5 Support for national safety campaigns 6 Steps for safety legislation Help Needed Paul Jones Chicago director of the public information for the Na tional Safety Council addressed the session I am fully convinced teenage safesure effectiveness of the program in 1958 Tuesdays House action came in approval of a compromise of Senate and House differences over a bill appro priating funds for the Agriculture Department in fiscal 1958 which started July 1 On May 15 the House voted to kill all 1958 financing authority reporters who went to hisjnever be won until we utilize the ment I am sorry to faeipower of womanhood to a degree Leopold Again in Appeal for Release From Illinois Prison SPRINGFIELD 111 College friends poet Carl Sand burg mystery writer Erie Stanley Gardner and bestselling author Meyer Levin Tuesday appealed to the Illinois Pardon and Parole Board for the release from prison ceive new pledges of loyalty in the wake of the sweeping Kremlin or revival of factionalism to use all measures of party retribution up to and including expulsion from the party to be ready for round theclock sessions to start possibly Wednesday but more likely later in the week L With Knowland directing campaign to get the measure be As 15000 cheered Czechoslovak Communist Party chief vote 6op falters were asked Nnvnfnv and lesser officials em virn i r n r i braced and kissed the beaming With members of the Central n apriira uv sion In winding up arguments seek ing to block Girards trial by Japan Earl J Carroll one of his lawyers said that if such a trial were permitted it probably would destroy the morale of our Solicitor General J Lee Rankin contended the executive branch of the government acted within per missible discretion in deciding to yield to Japans demand that Girard be tried in its courts for the death of a Japanese woman Rankin said that among other factors considered was evidence that Girard enticed the woman to come forward and pick up scrap metal on a firing range Committee this includes demotion to candidate members and in ex treme cases to expulsion from the party Soviet leaders on their arrival by train at Cerna on the Czechoslo to sign up for periods when they will be on hand to sit out tha Southern talk In Extreme Punishment The party cannot tolerate those who do not carry out the will of the majority who do not the interest of the party above everything else who try to bring dissension into its ranks and who plot against its unity Up to now the party press has been referring to the three and former Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov demoted along with them as comrades This indi cated that however low they had fallen they still were in the party ranks Expulsiop is an extreme punish ment which would prevent any of a typical assignment Sen vakHungananDkrainian border said he had been Novotny considered by many asked fl be Qn deck from 1Q undl one of Joseph Stalin s more faith112 oclockj eadv morning and nil dsaples paia special tribute night Sen Morton R Ry has FARM FIRE to Khrushchev s program to ex pand Soviet agriculture which V M Molotov and the other purged Kremlin leaders were accused of opposing Said Novotny We especially hail the results of the creative policies of the So said earlier he has day and night hours on a different shift Not Enthusiastic Sen Mundt who is un enthusiastic about the House bill in its present form said he had Lilt j 1 viet Communist Party which hasjdeclined to accept any assignment brought progress to your country outside the Senates regular meet advances in industry and agriing hours culture and the great prospects SenRussell command that the Soviet Union will surpass jer of the Southern opposition the United States in per capita forces said he is ready to cope production of meat butter andwith roundtheclock sessions dur ing the last half of the week with Southerners speeches explaining the bill Russell declined to say whether the alleged antiparty groupJThompson Jr new US ambasthese will continue until Know milk HEADS FOR MOSCOW VIENNA UP Llewellyn E havnt even approached me alone With that he shut the door quietly on the questioners The apartment door had been opened by a dark unidentified man wearing heavy hornrimmed Jones said He told his audience women gen erally take an active part in the Red Cross Community Fund can cer polio and heart campaigns but are let out of safety drives by glasses a pale gray suit andjchoice or by male domination speaking English with a heavy gutteral accent that the war on willjfor the acreage reserve key fea ture of the soil bank The Senate1 voted to authorize billion dol lars for it The House accepted the Senate House compromise which includ ed the Senate figure with a S3 000 limitation on the amount of soil bank benefits which may be paid any one farmer Under the acreage reserve growers of five crops wheat corn tobacco rice and upland i i j j A t j rT LH UJ11IJ of 1924 thrill slayer Nathan Leoj Monday from participating in any govsador to Moscow left for the Soijanci and otner SUpporters decide inight destroyed the barn andernment or party activity Itjviet capital Tuesday to tale overto try to force issue with a The appeals of Sandburg Gardjcattje shed on thc Agnes KinleVjCouId even pave the way for ajAmericas most important limitation vote Knowland in the lg mjjes southeast of hereitrial for any one or all smatic post abroad indicated he will not attempt Deaths of Man Woman Ruled IrlMl VltJI vl I vl tr No great cause has ever suc ceededwithout the leadership en ergy and allaround ability of women Jones said Its high time we enlisted them fully When we doa cotton receve they agree not to plant some or ted ner and Levin came of letters to Gov William G Stratton which were presented to the board Leopold was not pres ent at the hearing on his petition for executive clemency and re lease from his 85year prison term It was Leopolds third appeal since 1953 Leopold together with Richard Loeb was sentenced fori the slaying of little Bobby Franks Jin Chicago Loeb since has died j ACTRESS ARRAIGNED S ANGELES W Actress ATALISSA Muscatinellurcrs are going to halt the race County cornnor Tuesday listed asjfor power and return to safety j murdersuicide the deaths of a man and woman at a farm house near Atalissa Monday afternoon Dead are Evelyn Yearian 32 for as under the program JGail Russell 32 Tuesday was ar Tov TnvcJoss in his talk said1 Rep Bvirr Hanison on a felonydrunk driving he beiievS c manufac gainstjcharge and sued for S75000 dam Ithe program in the House wasages as a result of driving her satisfied that a good deal wasjcar through a cafe window July 4 accomplished by the battle Hej cited the 53000 payment limitaj tion and the requirement that Secretary of Agriculture Ezra T Benson must make all of the pay The Weather City Fair Tuesday nightjments by Sept 15 1953 farm home about two miles south ancl west of Ataiissa Mowa y high 90 Fair and mild Tuesday night low in 60s Partly cloudy and warmer west few afternoon or evening thundcrshowers northwest Wednesday Minnesota Fair and warmer GlobeGazette weather data up Muscatine County Sheriff j Charles Anson said that Mrs Yearian Hayes former house keeper was killed by a blast from Hayes 12 gauge shotgun The farmer then turned the gun on himself Anson said but onh suffered wounds He cut his throat lo g a with a pocket knife about 20 min Maxjmum Monday later Minimum Monday night Anson said the sLaymfis appar A g a m Tuesday ently stemmed fronvan argument betweenHayes and Mns YcarianjYEAR AGO about her quilting as house Maximum keeper Minimum Onawa Man Fatally Injured in Crash Sports Bulletin John Eymann Forest City shot a oneunderpar 71 to lead early qualifiers Tuesday in the Iowa Amateur Golf Tournament at the Mason City Country Club He carded a 35 on the first nine and a 36 on the ONAWA Lyle Pitts second A stroke behind Ey 74 52 36 Onawa was fatally injured in an auto accident Monday night on Highway 75 about two miles north of here His wife was in jured but not seriouslySheriff JDon Muir said investigation by JDepuly Mai Peterson showed that iPiits sideswiped another car iwhile passing They Piils vehicle went out of control and into the ditch on the left side ofthe highway msnn was Bruce Osmundson Thompson with a par 72 Fred Gordon Betmond former state champion had a 73 Tied at 74 were John Liechfy Iowa City and John Jenney Cedar Rapids Scores of Mason City goUers included Adrian Ringold 75 i Ned Brandt 75 Marv Wolter 76 I Mickey Cross 77 Lyle Hum phrey 80 Jack Edwards S3 and i 3erry Harrer S4 attempt that until next week 64 Votes The affirmative votes of 64 sen ators are required to limit de bate Because Knowland might be able to summon that many among Republicans and Northern Democrats who are supporting the bill Southerners are reluctant to make a test on the preliminary issue Apparently they feel they would bo in belter position to maintain a filibuster against actual voting on the measure if they avoid los ing on a test on the issue of whether the Senate shall even consider it As passed by the House the bill would permit lhe attorney general to go into federal courts to get injunctions against claimed or threatened violations of all of the civil defined by the Su preme Court These include vot ing rights and racial integration in the schools and public places Violators of these injunctions could be sentenced for contempt with no right o jury trial AP Wircpnoto PACKING DOG AND Red Skelton aiid his family pack their suit cases at their Hollywood home before leaving on a liOday roundtheworld tour Red arranged the tripto show the worlds famous places to son Richard Jr sec ond from who is suffering from leukemia With them is Reds vrife Georgia and his daughter Valentine 10 SAME W6342   

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