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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H E NEWSPAPER THATMAKES ALL NORTH IOWAMS NEIGHBORS IjfOME iteiOH VOL LXI1I Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 11 1957 This Paper Consists oi Four No Supreme Court Rules Against Girard OddsMaking Firms Operation Is Probed Davenport Authorities Seize Books Hirschfield in Statement DAVENPORT Countj and state officials had under scru tiny Thursday the question of whether any business that furn ishes odds on sports jsyenis can be legally opelfateonn Iowa The official activity centered around Leo Hirschfield 60 whose firm of Athletic Publications Inc has operated in Minneapolis for the last 25 years It became known Wednesday that Hirschfield had opened an of fice in the Schmidt Building in downtown Davenport and Sheriff Pete Wildman said it was equipped with five telephones a telegraph facility and five em ployes Received Call Hirschfieldj after receiving a call from the Statehouse in Des Moines and seized books and records He said Hirschfield went voluntarily lo the office of County Attorney Martin Leir to answer questions This was after newspaper reports were published in Minneapolis that Hirschfield had shifted his odds making operations from Minneapolis to Davenport Wildman said Hirschfield granted permission to have pho tostatic copies made of his rec ords and that these would be AP Wirephoto QUAD WED Joan Badgett Galveston Tex one of the Badgett quads poses with her new husband Wallace Trochessett after their mar riage at Isle Sacred Heart Church In the background are her three sisters left to Jeanette Geraldine and Joyce Titonka Man Killed When Tractor Tips o h n Rippentrop Ago Khan Is Heart Victim Moslem Leader Dies at 79 GENEVA Switzerland The Aga Khan III a wealthy potentate to whom 20 million Ismaila Mos lems paid spiritual homage died Thursday He was 79 A glamorous figure on the in ternational scene for many years the Aga Khan succumbed to a sudden weakening of the heart during the night He had been suffering from heart trouble since 1952 He was known as a sportsman with an ardent interest in race horses a devotee of luxurious liv ing and a man with an eye for a beautiful woman But he was also interested in affairs of state and once served as president of the League of Nations To Go on Trial in Legality of Move WASHINGTON if The Sui preme Court Thursday upheld 801 the US governments decision to turn over GI William S Girard to Japan for trial in the killing of a Japanese woman The high court in an unsigned opinion ruled 1 Delivery of Girard is not pro hibited by the Constitution and 2 In the absence of a consti tutional bar the judgment of the executive department should be upheld Girard is to be turned over to the Japanese under a status of orres agreemPioVsimilar tojv WILLIAM GIRARD he United Slates has with some 0 friendly nations A district court in Tokyo A district court m Wednesday ihat exPremier meanwhile announced that Gil Malenkov has been ap J n I ff Allrf 1 GlobeGazette Photo by Gibbs 53 a farmer near here was killed Wednesday in a tractor accident He once expressed his love of material pleasures in these words Have fun its later than you think But of his devotion to his Mos lem faith Friday lilp pypry good ANYTHING TO BEAT THE HEAT Wilson 518 16th S E Mason City traffic officer is one wholl try anything to beat the heat while on his rounds in the downtown area checking parking meters Here he wears an umbrella gimmick gift from a ward off the suns rays He says it works all right but that its appearance puts him slightly out of uniform Malenkov ExilecTto as t As ia LONDON o s c o w radio said Wednesday that exPremier ards trial would start Aug 26 mi he absence of a constitutional vi olation the wisdom of the ar rangement is exclusively for the determination of the executive and legislative branches of gov pointed manager of the Ust Ka menogorsk hydroelectric power station in East Kazakhstan The broadcast said Malenkov V M Moltov and Lazar Kagano last week for anti ernment Moslem I spend an hour in medi tation and prayer That is my He was crushed by the machine mQst beautiful hom while putting up grass silage m aj Aly Kharij 46 has gpn field on his farm lerallv been regarded as the heir Rippentrop alone at the but some doubt re apparently fell between the was expressed as to jj tr ur 1T i tor and a wagon ard lhen wasiwhetiier he or Prince Sadruddin studied Hirschfield s office here run over by lhe tractor He was 34 the Agas Harvardeducated was conducting apparently by a member of his fam u uA mal operations Thursday state agents were still on duty in He js survjved by his wife a Davenport in connection with Kenl at home and a daugh ter Mrs Don Irene Aukes all Loveless Not cr Contact Republicans In England They Really Have TALKING MAILBOXES SCUNTHORPE England UP Mail boxts in England are party not beea persecuted No Barrier The member of the antiparty And the court said We findjgroup have been excluded from no contsitutional Committee said the barrier to the provision as but not one word of here the committees resolution a res Chief Justice Warren read the olution of the Central Commit1 opinion for the court in a specialJtee that stripped them of their lycalled session j powers gives ground for the The case had been under conWestern propaganda fabrication sideration by the justices since Monday when they held another about persecution There can be no thoughtof such a thing special session to hear four hoursj Ust Kamenogorsk is a city ia of argument on it ilhe East Kazakhstan region of the Justice Douglas did not particiKazakh republic in remote Cen big cylindrical affairs callad pillar boxes and are painted bright red pate He had left on vacation bejtral Asia IHs a port on the IT Wednesday Joyce Fisher popped a postcard into the pillar high agrced to pass DES MOINES Herschi and right out again on an order by U S District situation Hirschfield told the county of ficials that his operation is strictly legitimate and in no way constitutes gambling And Leir said he volunteered the informa tion that he has no clients for his service in Iowa The sheriff said Hirschfield was very cooperative Wildman added that he took signed state ments from him and had sub mitted them to Leirs office to the Iowa Bureau of Criminal In vestigation and to the Federal Bu of Tilonc Funeral services will be con ducted at p m Saturday at the Lakota Presbyterian Church offici ate The Swan Funeral Home Ti tonka is in charge ounger son would be named he Aga was said to have been disturbed about Alys playboy activities Aly is the former hus 3and of Hollywood actress Rita Present at the bedside when Powder Puff Derby Winners Announced PHILADELPHIA Roberts Phoenix Ariz and her copilot Mrs Iris Critchell Palos el Loveless said in effect Thursj day that whether he calls a specj ial session of the Legislature in this biennium depends upon what the Republican majority in the legislature would do indication I have had is that they would just recess and go home he told his news con She pushed it through the slot again It came out again and jjudge josepn rj McGarraghy a voice said with a bit of annoyance You havent put a stamp fijrarrls delivery to the death came was the Aga Khans ference on it Joyce took a stamp from her pocketbook and pushed the card through the mailbox slot again From inside the voice said Thats better Then the workman cleaning the inside of the mailbox stepped out the rear both sons Asked whether he planned con Flown To Paris The Aga Khan was flown to Geneva from Paris on June 18 to escape a heaf spell which con tributed to his reau of Vfird Estates Calif Thursdajr condition His Leir then announced that he will winners of the mh w t trans continental Powder Puffjdropped to 132 Sadruddin is planning to marry tacting Republican legislative Nina Dyer a London model on their attitude he said wedding had been set for Monne hadnt and had no plan to do day so The Governors comments came when he was asked at his news conference about a meeting scheduled with him for Friday by a State Board of Regents com mittee d e t e r i orating Erbe in Des Moines to get anj opinion on whether any laws are Derby The lady pilots averaged of f u MIHUU ui NVIICIIICL auv tiici 100 i being violated and said We top ground speed of 188 imlesthat m the days have the whole story on it vet over the 2 mile rou he was Consulted Lawyers The county attorney expressed belief that Hirschfield must have consulted lawyers before moving to Davenport He certainly wouldnt have come here cold Leir said The county attorney continued from San Mateo Calif to iNorlnjvveighed by his Philadelphia Airport All About The Weather subjects against gold platinum or diamonds on various an niversaries The AGA KHAN value went to the many charities KHRUSHCHEVS VIEW Ikes Clean Bomb Talk Called Stupid barring Girards delivery to the Japanese for trial Major Victory The decision was a major vic tory for the administration which has contended that refusal to turn Girard over to the Japanese would be a grave threat to Amer icas security The administra tion argument was that if the agreements under which Ameri cans overseas may be tried by foreign courts for offduty acts were canceled U S forces would Joined in Exile LONDON UP Commu nist correspondent in Moscow reported Thursday that Georgi Malenkovs accomplices will join him in virtual exile Vyacheslav Mototov as a For eign Ministry political ex pert and Lazar Kaganovich as a foctory manager tysh River about four miles from a railway station It has soma ore processing mills two wood working factories and an enter prise for production of construe in aterials There is a teach have to come home The decision was a setback fori i forces in Congress which contend6 there and five techm the U S Constitution covers GIs 1 secondary schools overseas and they must have its city the Ust Kameno full protection electric power stationa Nikita Khrushchev Thursday labeled President states troops are installation of con k about a clean Hbomb a stupid thing jtioned in many COUntrics as partjsWerable sizewas built after At the same time speaking to workers at the Stalingrad our own national defense PRAGUE i talk about a clean Hbomb a stupid thing sizewas iwith Loveless about appropna Ai t tho MoL II and put into opera gave broad approval for the heTp strengthen the free world ition a few ago versitv of lowa Iowa Slateof Communism according to National peculiarities and indicatedstnggle agajnst Communist imi Kazakhstan served as a place Teachers College and other insti itutions under regents direction Referring to Fridays scheduled meeting Loveless said They probably are wanting to see the wrong people They prob ably should see the Republican Holhster Quits Foreign Aid Job would hold an early tne opjnion Thursday01 exile in Sialins era His most with President Tito in an effortsaid ibitter opponent Leon Trotsky some time there after he WASHINGTON John to heal finally the Kremlins riftrThe of with Yugoslavia cases of offenses against the lawsiwas thrown out the Central President Eisenhower is a talof host countries whether by OuriCommlttee tne Commu ented man of great principles servicemen abroad or by servicenist Parti7 Khrushchev But look atjmen o otner C0lintries in the jtvnrusnuncv ou ot other countries in me Hoilister resigned Thursday asjwhal a stllpid thing he says when United Slates is dealt wilh bv i ri i nnt Jio IrilnrrinttrkrtQf f rt T 1 I the State In the director of the International is aclean Were just checking to see city MosUy fair anfl quite its all aoout He says he gathers wafm through Friday Low information on gambling odds for Thursday night 6568r high Fri subscribers who want it His family had gathered at his villa in the suburb of leadership m the state in Ui says there is a ciean nyarogen of a special session what operation Administration Hmv can you nave a clean i lilrvyt i O lr O f f I I 1 J1 t U rt O done capllal thing It He said this information is noli dispensed to anyone in Iowa its Iowa Fair and quite warm hard to say whether charges will through Friday Low Thursday be so close to the line night in 60s The officials said that HirschMjrmesota Continued fair hot field gave no reason for moving Governors Car Is Tagged for his operation lo Davenport It wasj GlobeGazette weather data up Kuhns 73 Oelwein blacksmith IJIggai Parking Injuries Fatal to Oelwein Blacksmith OELWEIN L7P Ed w a r d The resignation will take effectJkonik to Ls will depend on what thewhen a successor qualifies for the destruction of children sition party plans on aid post iand WOmcn What a contradiction President Eisenhower acceptedThey can things clean the resignation with regret He Mutual Trusts In the operation of this sys in Japan there has been greatest measure of mutual trust land cooperation j Grant Mistrial in Case Against ion Fischbach 88 Minimum Wednesday night 63 At 8 a m Thursday 76 reported that he is keeping his j to 8 a m Thursday sports dope sheet publishing busi Maximum Wednesday ness in Minneapolis Hirschfield was a government witness in a federal grand jury investigation early this year of what the government described as a gambling ring in Minnesota with nationwide connections died Thursdav in a local hospital of injuries suffered Tuesday in a DES MOINES iiGov Hersch PAY RAISE SOUGHT WASHINGTON OF U S Dis gen Eisenhovver tol a since the present arrangementiricl Judgc Rurnita s Matthews civcn fourbccame cffcctVO in October ordercd the bribery more of expcrimenJafan m the overuhclminuc iatrial of union boss James R Hof moie ot cxpcnmen tv nf lh ca vvnch nrnrrrri hut nranted a mis n incy can turn out a fv fj ht 0 rv Amcri Jj10 bomb absolutely clean hag waived twocar accident at a gravel intersection west of here Loveless official car was Youth Killed When Struck by Auto EARLVILLE Ron nebaum 12 Earlviite was killed late Wednesday when he was hit by a car on a country road one and onehalf miles northeast of here Authorities said Ronnobaum Grand Jury Indicts Former Cherokee County Treasurer CHEROKEE UP A n t o n this time just when the trial was riding in a wagon being pulled by hisfather when an on Dahlgren former Cherokee Coun ty treasurer was indicted Wed nesday fay the county grand jury on charge of embezzlement of in county funds Dahlgren was free on bond Tuesday after the grand jury gave him until Sept 1 to enter a plea in the case would take place Dahlgren was charged by the noted that Hollisler who Plcsldnnl served two years in the KA tion already ha stayed on e er than he had planned to Hoffas codefendant Mi attorney Hyman I Fisch mislrial for Fischbach wa innocent equlvacnl f manfllgherigranted because of a heart ail jin the death of Mrs Naka Sakaimonl suffered by Fischbachs Jan no on a firing range used byicounseli Daniel p Maher jboth U S and Japanese troops Thc government asked for the prison inmates may get a first since payi out Idav but the Governor will Gus Harrison told Thc Communist bosssi State Corrections Commission came Jack Crippcn military aide to me to the Governor said he parked as ajunskilled to 70 cents Premier Nikolai Buiganin he jwas being taken on a rainspat Itered tour of the factory and a farm The private citizen and that he would for skilled labor settle for the ticket Patrolman Tom Spencer who issued the ticket said he did not know it was the Governors car grand jury with failing to acjwhen he fagged it on Sixth Ave count for during the penue where parking is prohibited iriod Jan 1 1956 to May 21 1957 ifrom 4 to 6 pm Dahlgren who had been county Crippen who is the Governors treasurer since 1M9 resigned driver said he had not noticed May 21 while an audit of his bonks the sign when he pulled into the was in progress coming car appeared to veer outj County Atty James McDonald of control Ronnebaum leapedsaid he would like to try Dahlgren from the wagon and was hit by during the September term of ths car District Court but wasnt sure at parking spot shortly before 4 pm Dahlgrens office handled all Ho said he had parked there county lax money as well as allwhile taking Gov other revenue coming lo the daughter Sandraon an errand county ion after completing address Khrushchev the fourth week of the contend Mrs Sakai who triai on charges scavenging metal scrap was enthcy bribed a Senatc Rackcts ticed to the area where she wasjCommittcc investigator John shot cheasty to feed Hoffa data Adlibbing in his favorite fash rtU Liouuig ins javuLiiv tccment ant contcnds the shoot f n after completing his formal Sf made noi was an accident further reference to Eisenhower Khrushchev defended the right of individual Communist nations to develop their socialist Com munist culture parties and gov ernments on the basis of their own Onslow Man Killed Truck Accident m rom Mahcrs illness brought the case to an abrupt halt Wednesday Judge Matthews held four sep arate sessions of court Wednes day without deciding how lo pro Icccd in view of Mahcrs illncss BUck Ug t 94 honri C A S C A D E Wayne She agreed with Fischbach that no Ippculiarilies It was a strong enLynch 7 Onslow was killednew lawyer could fairly replace clorsemonl of some of the CommuWednesday night when hisiMaher at this stage of the Irial hiist President Tito hajpickvip crashed off of loua Thc mislria means lischbtrh ilong been preaching about three miles south of herejean be tried Lvtcr
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