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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 10, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Homo MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXII1 Associated Press United Press Pull Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JULY 10 1957 This Paper CousLsts of Two Ons 104 Civil Rights Compromise Held Likely Zhukov on Way Up the Ladder May Assume lremiership FROM OUR 1VIRE SERVICES army Marshal Georgi Zhukov is rapidly emerg ing as the key factor behind the power shift in Soviet leadership top diplomatic sources said Wed nesday He is expected to assume a top position the premiership The jutjawed defense minister conqueror of Berlin and wartime friend of President Eisenhower played an important role in sav ing party boss Nikita Khruschev in last weeks Kremlin revolt and Khrushchev depends on his loyal ty for survival the sources said Zhukov was not considered man seeking a military dictator ship and not a Napoleonic type But he is being pushed up ward by the constant increase in strength of the Red army over which he has unchallenged con trol diplomats said Under Cloud It was not known definitely he would replace Premier Marshal Nikolai Bulganin But Bulganin was believed under a cloud and on his way out because he sym pathized with Vyacheslav M Mol otov last week when Zhukov lkes John Huston Offumwa on Subject NotCIosed Clarification May Be Needed Newspaperman Dies AP Wirephoto COMFORTABLE SURROUNDINGS Actor Gary Cooper seems quite content with the company of Miss Universe contestants at a press reception held at New York Foreground left to right are Marine Gamio Cuba Gloria Noakes Canada and Jacqueline Bonilla Morrocco Standing Gerti Daub Germany Lisa Simon France Brynclis Schram Iceland Inger Jonsson Sweden Sonia Hamilton England Atara Barzley Israel Camelia Perera Ceylon and Hannerl Melcher Austria FOR TRAFFIC LAW VIOLATORS saved Khrushchev trom the wouldbe Mplolov coup Diplomatic observers said to make the KhrushchevBulganin split less obvious Bulganin might be kicked upstairs that he might take the of Presi d e n t Klimenti Vorosljilov who would be drop ped Voroshilov Differ Penalties WASHINGTON Sen Rus sell DGa said after a confer ence with President Eisenhower Wednesday that Eisenhowers mind is not closed to amend ments which would clarify the administrations civil rights bill Russell quarterbacking South ern forces opposed to the legisla tion in the Senate told newsmen Eisenhower is against enactment of any punitive measure Although Russel said Eisen hower has an open mind with respect to the possibility of clari fying amendments the senator re fused to express an opinion as to whether the administration will1 EacTTsucri amendments Compromise Seen In advance of Russells confer ence with Eisenhower there were hints at the Senate that sponsors of the administration measure probably will consider compro mises The White House conference was set up with only a few min utes advance public notice Eisen hower told his news conference last week he would be glad to talk over the case with Russell who contends the legislation is vicious also backed Mo lotov It was noted that Khrushchev took protocol precedence over Bulganin in ZHUKOV Prague and was he evidently expected to be leader of the DES MOINES Her schel Loveless indicated Wednes day he has in mind stiffer pen alties for traffic law violators and more suspension of drivers licenses for his traffic safety program He told his news conference he plans to call for justices of peace and p o 1 i c e court officials throughout the state to attend eight district meetings next fal to discuss stronger traffic laws and enforcement Possibly we should mete out stiffer penalties for traffic Jaw violators he said The gover nor also called attention to a 1955 act providing for suspension for five to 30 days of licenses of drivers who have had three speedingor two reckless driving convictions against them in a 12 month period We hope to emphasize this at the district meetings the gover nor said We want to be sure that all convictions are reported so that the safety department can issue the suspensions The public should be aware of this law Loveless said that prior to the district meetings he plans to call late in September a confer ence of mayors councilmen sheriffs and others to be held in Des Moines This would be a followup to Tuesdays statewide Womens TraSic Saitey conferenceitr iesj M bines In that connection the governor commented he thought that the Tuesday meeting was rather successful but we must wait and see what happens back home The governor noted hat sev eral recent traffic fatalities have occurred on secondary roads and said that the state highway patrol probably will be asked to branch out on to the second ary roads when possible Eisenhower was reported Tues day to have talked with Atty Gen Brownell the language the President had rated obscure Aft er that session administration backers said Eisenhower held to his original view that the proposa and desirable Door NofClosed Nevertheless sponsors of th Soviet delegation Bulganin played this role in their previous junkets abroad Army Support The diplomatic sources said that Zhukov could topple Khrush chev even now by withdrawing his support since the Red army has great power and apparently is the only major stable power factor in Russia In Prague Khrushchev prom ised Czechoslovakia that the split in the Communist bloc which im perialist reaction attempted in Hungary will never happen The Soviet Communist Party chief spoke to a huge crowd at Henkel Gets Contracts for Big Projects The Henkel Construction Mason City was awarded the gen eral construction contract for the Southwest Elementary S c h o o building at Albert Lea Minnat a letting held Tuesday evening The amount of the contract is the Prague railroad station j merly named for Woodrow Wilj This school building is on thej About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and warm through Thursday with occasional showers and thun derstorms Wednesday night and Thursday High Thursday 8588 low Wednesday night 62 65 Moreland Is Paroled From State Prison Robert Moreland 65 Clear Lake Wednesday was paroled from the state prison at Fort Iowa Partly cloudy WednesdayjMadison after serving 34 years night and Thursday with a few for attacking a 7yearold girl thundershowers northwest Conj Moreland was sentenced at Ma r snn Pitv Oft in JOHN HUSTON egislatkm were hinting Wednes day at possible future compro mises amid reports that Eisen hower himself had not closed the door against clarifying revi sions of the Housepassed bill The current fight in the Sen of a fullscale filibus er so over a motion to aring the bill itself up for floor action With Southern Democrats ready to resume their assault on the measure in lengthy speeches there were clear indications Eis enhower administration officials will be willing to talk about changes in the bill when the Sen ate begins actual work on it Among others Vice President Nixon was reported to feel the language sponsored by the ad ministration and approved by the House may be too stringent This view apparently was shared by Sen Knowland of California Open to Suggestions Knowland said that after the measure is officially before the Wednesday night 6373 EMises Are Awarded Legal Custody of Little Hildy McCoy MIAMI Florida Circuit he will be open to suggesJudge Wednesday awarded the Lee Loomis Pays Tribute to His Lifelong Friend Lee P Loomis GlobeGazette publisher and president of the Lee groupof newspapers pSid the following tribute to his life long friend John Huston Today is a day of sadness for me because John Huston was one of rny earliestand best friends came to Ottumwa as a lad in my teens with two strikes against me because 1 was the nephew of the boss rny mother was a sister of the iate A W Lee It was my good fortune to be placed in the circulation de partment of which John Huston soon became the head What I know about circulation I owe entirely tohim Later I was shifted to the editorial office and although no longer in direct contact with John he still fought my battles when 1 needed help A few years afterwards when I was moved to Muscatine we were physically separated but distance was of little effect as far as our friendship was concerned we kept in close con tact and our friendship never wavered After serving as managing editor of the Muscatine Journal for a time I became publisher and later John succeeded James F Powell as the publisher of the Courier For years when either of us had problems we carried them back and forth to each other John fought my battles and I tried to fight his A world without John Huston will be an empty world to me Served 60 Years Wth Courier Heart Ailment Proves Fatal OTTUMWA John Huston 78 publisher of the Ottumwa parent paper of the A W Let group died late Tuesday follow ing an extended period of failing health The veteran newspaperman suit fered attack airhis May 17 and had been in critical condition at St Joseph Hospital since that time He turned for the worse early Tuesday and the end came shortlybefore 6 pm Funeral services will be held at 10 am Friday at St Marys Church in Ottumwa A requiem mass will be celebrated by the Rt Rev Msgr W E Cullinan with burial in Calvary Cemetery here Although he had been in poor health for the last six years he uExLaihis dpgk th er office until the time of his heart attack Huston was born April 3 1881 he son of Mr and Mrs Huston As a boy hesold news papers on the street and carried them to home subscribers First He was 16 when he took his first full time job withthe daily and weekly Ottumwa Courier in 1897 and his service of nearly 60 years exceeded that of any other Couri er employe During the early years he came a specialist in the circula men son Khruschev and Bulganin had just completed a 24hour whistlestop train tour across Czechoslovakia Real Character The Hungarian events clearly showed the real character of im perialist designs Khrushchev declared Our opponents our enemies very much wanted to subvert the unity of the Socialist camp to split it apart and then same site on which the Henkel The records show Moreland in Company is now Southwest Junior building the High School Building This contract which was for the amount of 31692000 was awarded in May The Henkel Company is also at work on another school in Free born County a contract for close to a half million dollars at Alden 8 miles from Albert Lea The Henkel Construction Co Fiveday Iowa Temperatures williduced three little girls age 9 7 average about 3 degrees aboveiand 5 into a building on a pre normal Thursday through next Monday Normal lows 62 north to 66 south A little warmer Thursday otherwise not much tense that he would make them a kite and then attacked one of them His life sentence was commuted one by one to crush the peoplesjwas recenUy awarded the storms northwest Thursday and daytoday change in temperato last December by for tures Rainfall will average one half inch to one inch northwest and onefourth to onehalf inch southeast occurring as scat tered showers and thunder Gov Leo A Hoegh He is the llth 21 lifers who received com mutations at that time to be freed GRANTED DIVORCE tions for possible changes Melvin B Ellises legal custodv of This seemed to reflect the 6yearold Hildy McCoy ending OddsMaking Firms Move Is Probed growth of opposition among Couples fiveyear inj DES MOINES UP The office some Republicans to ramming through a measure their Dixie colleagues have said would con fer sweeping powers on the attorney general to intervene in almost any civil rights contro versy Sen Young RND announced by him have gone to other news papers in the Lee group He be came known through the Midwest as an expert in circulation prob lems Hustons starting pay on Courier was S4 a week but later he worked in nearly every de partment He eventually became advertising manager and later business manager He was named publisher in 1928 after the death of James F Powell who had been publisher for 21 years Headed Press Group In the newspaper organization field Huston was president of the Iowa Press Assn in 1936 and re ceived its Master EditorPublish er award in 1950 He served three years as director of the Inland Press and the American News paper Publishers Assn Throughout the years Huston a prominent part in civic at a Senate Republican Policyral mother was a Committee mppHnf TnpHav ho The Florida We I Committee meeting Tuesday saidicharitable and professional or Wednesday an investigation begun into the activities of a Min He was president of the Ottum neapolis Minn oddsmaking Chamber of Commerce in 1932 that has moved to Davenport land for many years had been a Leo Hirschfiekl Minneapolis of the chamber Also in gster are proper perthe of thg organizalion which 1932 he was Community Chest di ioot Hildv whose natudeteriTlines betting pont rector when that agency raised ferences between competitors in more money for Ottumwa chari they have raised from infancy Judge John Prunty ruled that the Ellises who fled their home and business in Massachusetts rather than give up the freckled faced youn sons to adopt Hildy whose natu Roman Catholic of Ihe democratic order But thisjcontracls for lhc corstruction ofi over the stale about Saturday Film riucen Ginger Rogers 45 SANTA MONICA Calif not vote to limit debateirecomniendefithat lne Ellises onXLM 1 lovpn thp rh ri Thn ronnrt csIH L V i 11 t 3 UCL tT VV U elfare Departmentathietic conlesls and reiatecl matjties than ever before or since rades will never happen j sewage treatment plant at SiouxJM c j lunsday was granted a divorce Never will it be possible Iowa lwo bridges a showels continuedfrom her fourth husband youth on the bill Sen Williams RDel lhe chllciThc idj told newsmen he is undecideditnat the child from On the Democratic side Sen Bitnc nnly Parents shc ha the h Huston was a Fourth Degree y member of the Knights of Colum of bus In political life he was a Re served as a dele anybody to shake and violate ourj lh Mobridge SD area one i i i 1 c 7 warm UUill HII uuuili iiUMJctlld vuuui itnnun r coiinnc A i rvi UnilC daieiV IO CnetK nn U1L Hi fill French actor Jacques BerjWe of Nevada said he is damivUics to the Republican national nm tn vnto scrnnct limilnrr lO 01 eniOUOnal seClinlA i tpnnrpntmn at PWplanH n 1P3K of socialist countries will underQlher 2Q9 stand that in fraternal unity and solidarity lie the most reliable guarantees of freedom and inde pendence Randalia Coupe Killed in Crash and Mrs Walter A Butts Randalia were killed Tuesday evening when their car was struck by one driven by a Fayette youth who apparently ran a stop sign at a country road intersection near here Both Butts 58 and his wife Eunice 60 were thrown from the car Mrs Butts was killed in but Butts jived for awhile even though he was pinned under the car Charles Langcrman 18 the driver of the oilier car was in good condition in a Sumner hos pital HEAT WAVE BROKEN LONDON UP Cooling Breezes from the north Atlantic iVednesday brought a measure of relief to Europe which has swel tered in the grip of a 10day heat wave that claimed more than 400 lives UPU igerac on grounds of cruelly inmv against limiting Summary of Main Issues in Senate Civil Rights Debate to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 86 Minimum Tuesday night 59 At 8 am Wednesday 77 YEAR AGO Maximum 75 Minimum 53 Pakistani Premier Arrives at Capital WASHINGTON Min ister Suhrawardy of Pakistan saidPersons within the jurisdiction of jseparation of races Wednesday that his country andjthe United States Proponents Jury Trial the United States are pursuingicontend its primary purpose is toj The bill would empower the at the same path of freedom in efjprotect voting rights of Negroes jtorney general through civil law forts to further world peace iin the South Opponents claim its procedure to obtain federal court WASHINGTON UP Sum mary of main issues in the Sen ate debate on civil rights Purpose of Bill government in the person of the attorney general automatic powers to enforce civil rights as he sees fit and break down the to her emotional at Cleveland in 1936 werp to clptorminr the exact lrinHconventlon at in report cited the Ellises cxi ID UIL MIIU i of an oneration Hirschficlri Married in 1909 cellent reputation adequate mj na come and betterthan whelhcr ll can exist withmj liuslon was married Aug 24 home in recommending thelhe of Iowas to Rose Ella Meany Ottum adoption gambling laws Survivors besides his widow The attorney general was out ofinclude a daughter Mrs George the city Wednesday The apparentjSeully Waterloo a son Bernard question was whelhcr Iowas Huston Ottumwa and six satutes would apply lo thejgrandchildren Bernard K John jestimating of odds even thoughAnn and Jane Huston all of Selection of Clinton Case Jury Completed KNOXVILLE Tenn ili Thejthe information were not used injOUumwa and George and Mary f J K rt fmnl tf r ft ft Tji Cnrillx f jury for the Clinton trial was convside the state of Iowa Uo Scully Waterloo To protect the civil rights ofisoulhern social system based onjtjon Of four alternates and the plcted Wednesday with the selec Hirschficld was a overnmenl The Lee group was founded by Suhrawardyarriving here forjlanguage is broad enough to perinjunctions against violations or an official visit was greeted atimifc use of troops to enforce racial anticipated violations of civil On trial in IT S District Court mo u um uu in a federal grand jnryjlh late nAW Lee Tt ow federal government prepared to prises 10 newspapers two tele begin presenting its case lhls vcar Division stations and two radio sta 16 segregationists Selection of what the government described two men and two women filledjas a gambling ring in Minneapolis They include the Davenport the panel of 12 jurors and alternates nationwide connections Boone Farm Wife Dies of Injuries iTimcs Davenport Morning Demo jcrat Mason City GlobeGazette j Muscatine Journal KGLO and iKGLOTV of Mason City in Iowa La Cross Tribune and Madison Slave Journal in Wisconsin Han SAME CUrk dettb la past 24 hours National Airport by Vice Presiiintegration in schoojs and olherjrighls Persons disregarding sucharc Northern segregationist John jdcnt Nixon who assured him thalpublic peaces injunctions would be to ajKaspcr and 15 Clinton area resii two coiintries are firm Basis For Fight ifine and fail sentence by a fedjdenls They are accused of crimi jfriends arid good allies Duringl Supporters contend the IcgislaieTal judgewithout a jury trialjinal contempt of court for alleged BOONE Jeff Hoffman nibnl CourierPost md KHQATV Suhrawardys three days of talksitionis necessary for protection oCJOpponcnts contend this would of an injunction pro78 Boohe County farm wifedicj of Hannibal in Missouri Kewa jwith President Eisenhower theseconstitutional rights of all Amediporvcrling the civil to Hejhibilins intrrforencr with intein a hospital early Wednesday ofnrcSlai Courier andradio Da ilies of friendship will be strengthJeans regardless of raceOpponjprivc persons of Iheir of Clinton High School suffered in a onecanlion of Quwcy in IHinoU jened Nixon said icnls contend it gves the federal jiional right of jury trial accident near Boone June 3 jand Lincoln Star in Nebraska   

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