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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTHI0WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXlll Associated Preu and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 12 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No 364 Big Bills Still on Docket Congress Is Off Schedule By DON IfcVIN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The immi nence of a Senate filibuster on civil rights makes it virtually certain that the 86th Congress will write the bulk of its legis lative record after its second session starts next January With the first session in its seventh month the roster of important general legislation excluding appropriation bills which the 85th Congress has sent to the White House is small Heading the list is the resolu tion authorizing President Eisen howers Middle East Doctrine As matters now stand mos bills which havent yet passed the Senate must depend for their chances of early action on con sideration in the few legislativ hours remaining before the call ingup of the Houseappro vec civil rights bill signals the star of a bitter Senate deadlock Slim Chances Chances are slim that the Sen ate will act on any but emergen cy measures while the filibuster is or that it will linger long in Washington after it has made its decision on civil rights This means that all but the most im portant incompleted legislation on the Senates calendar will stay in that chambers deep freeze until the new session starts Notable exceptions to this gen eralization ate the Housing Plan Is Signed Lower Down Payments OKd appropriations bills required to keep the government functioning during the 19575S fiscal year that started July 1 Congress voted itself a onemonth grace period to wind up the chore bu five of the money bills includ ing the mutual security and pub He works are still i various stages of action The Democraticcontrolled Con gress got down to business wit JAMBOREE TRADING IN BIG WAY Anthony Baranoucky Sheboygan left offers five shoulder patches for one white mouse from a scrambling assort ment in a box held by Herb Patriarche 15 East Lansing Mich Swapping of trink ets and itemsof all sizes shapes and descriptions is big business at the IN ational Boy Scout Jamboree 51000 AT VALLEY FORGE 4th Scout Jamboree Opened VALLEY FORGE Pa Americas Boy Scouts Friday officially opened their fourth national jamboree With red rockets bursting in It was the first time the American flag had flown over the encampment though thou tours to historic areas in Valley Forge Park archery angling marksmanship logrolling log WASHINGTON fft Presidentj Eisenhower Friday signed a housing bill authorizing lower down payments on FHAinsured homes and making an additional available for vari ous housing programs i In approving the measure how ever Eisenhower said that un fortunately it contains a number of very serious defects He called for repeal of some provisions at the next session of Congress Noting that the sum made avail able for housing programs is more than double the amounts requested for these programs Eisenhower said Accordingly I have given in structions to limit the use of the new authority provided by this act during the fiscal year 19581 which started July 1 to amounts consistent with the overall judget program January Budget Eisenhowers January budget proposal called for only 000000 The bills provision for lower down payments on housing carry ing FHAguaranteed mortgages is only permissive and there was no indication in the presidential statement that Eisenhower was taking any action to put them into effect The National Assn of Home Builders had asked the President to give FHA orders on that point The lower down payments made possible by the bill are a mini mum of 3 per cent of the first 510000 of appraised value 15 per cent on the seg ment and 30 per cent above that 5 Per Cent Down Ruling in Girard Result in Political Battle Aid Bill Change Many Solons Are Indignant WASHINGTON W The Sii Courts decision in the Gi irard case spelled potential trou jbles for President Eisenhower in Congress Friday even as it AP Wircphoto smoothed the path for his deal ings with foreign countries Administration officials beamed over the courts 80 verdict in COMMON TOUCH Visiting Russian Premier Bui ganin and Red Party Boss Khrushchev touch glasses with a woman worker during a visit to a metallurgical of their pledge to Japan u i i mi i loFt c allow Japanese trial of Army plantin Prague Czechoslovakia Third iiom left is Specialist 3c Will5am s Girard Czech Red party leader Novotny for the shooting of a Japanese woman i The Japanese too voiced j pleasure over the ruling And IJapanese Dist Judge Juzo Ka wachi who will conduct Girards trial fnr ofConvemence4s Khrushchev had at living for flag pole raising and j The present requirements are at least 5 per cent on and 25 per cent above that I 26 as the starting date for the proceedings He promised they will be fast and fair Loud Outcries But on Capitol Hill there were loud outcries against the decision the fir PRAGUE Czechoslovakia iff Nikita Khrushchev Thursdayland a blossoming of moves to ve that I night proposed a marriage convenience Grease air and a hand piaviiithe stir than three days in tents pitched various physicafefitness comThus the dOWT1 payment on a capitalist worlds to avert war a it UIAU r o t ni i j TTnnlfrtsilti nA V11 iia n ling again ring martial tune Colors four Eagle Scouts hoisted Old Glory on a 60foot pole approval after some amendments Drums rolled as the flag reached the top of the gleaming of President Eisenhowers re quest for a joint resolution au thorizing him to undertake mili tary and economic aid agree ments with Middle Eastern na tions seeking assistance Allied Field In an allied field the Senate has approved a billion for eign aid authorization bill in cluding a development loan fund provision sought by the admin istration The administration has pulled out all the stops to re verse attempts to cripple the bill in the House where it is still pending in committee The an ticipated HouseSenate compro mise will be on the Senates post filibuster must list Three toplisted items of gen eral legislation have passed both houses and gone to the White House One is a compromise housing bill permitting sharp re ductions in minimum downpay aluminum then there was a moments silence Not a sound came from the 51000 scouts and their leaders standing at attention in the grassy valleys and wooded hills of historic Valley Forge on this historic land made famous 180 years ago by George Washingtons colonial army The flags 01 62 other nations also were raised on 28foot poles that lined the headquarters quadrangle Until Friday evenings mam petitions and visits by 7000 to jooo home could be cut from Philadelpnia to see Independ ence Kali and the Liberty Bell The pageant in the jamboree arena with the entire 51000 mjont nave present will feature a roll 950 to The SI990000000 carried in the i call of the scouts moth pageant featuring Vice portraying in various tableaus iprovide 31675000000 of new funds He also claimed Yugoslavia as a loyal member of the Socialist An Eisenhower opposedreso pamn jlution by Rep Bow ROhio to Communist camu i L y Thestockv Soviet Communist partv chief put forward his sugjend foreign trials ol GIs gathered of marriage without love inthe glittering ballrooms ofifresh support in the House and mil is aiunuiuj s 14th century Hradcanyloomed as a threat to Eisenhow Castle once the home of Bojers foreign aid bill hernias kings i The House Rules Committee Turning to the envoys of capThursday cleared the 53242333 italist countries attending the re 000 aid hill for House considera meet Experts in the Housing and Home Finance Agency say that actually it will President Richard Nixon the days program ran the gamut ofthe Scout routine Walking the heritage traditions and j local characteristics of U S areas Relief From Heat Seen on Weekend Relief from the current heat wave was forecast but not until after more hot weather Friday Parts of northern Iowa re ceived rain Friday morning with Mason City reporting 14 inch Scattered thunderstorm activity rAil About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy with an occasional thunderstorm through Saturday Continued hot but turning cooler late Sat urday Low Friday night 70 72 Iowa Continued hot and fair with Three Iowa Cities Hit by ABombs for housing construction The discrepancy conies in the funds for secondary market mort gage purchases by the Federal National Mortgage Assn These purchases provide lending agen cies with new funds to enable building to continue even when private sources have dried up rights bill Vote on Civil Rights Set Next Week WASHINGTON do notlike the Commujthe aid measure to see where he opponents Friday agreed to pernist system but i like it ception given by Czech President j tion starting Monday but left the Antonin Zapotocky for the KremBow resolution in the deep freeze leaders Khrushchev said capBow promptly started studying mil a showdown vote the middle of next week in the first round there arc many cases might offer his resolution as an amendment Khrushchev continued of pedj SUCCESSFUL SURGERY of the Senate battle over the civiljplc not in love getting marriedj Rep rights bill iThey get along very well without Rules Committee Republican The decision was reached in ajlove but with understanding said the House without any 50minute conference in the office NEW YORK UP Crown Sen Richard B Russell DGa No Other Way Lets try it Let us compete Prince Faisal of Saudi Arabia was leader of the southern bloc see who is better but let us Three Iowa cities were targetsirecovering Friday from a sueing an allout fight against Presia0 it peacefully of simulated nuclear bombings jcess operation for removal of an dent Eisenhowers fourpoint pro still aiming his words at the shortly after noon Friday Thejinfected gall bladder cities were Des Moines Council I UCHt OLIH iJ HI IK JllO VI ULtliW gram The huddle preceded the Wcstcrn diplomats among form Eisenhower would question would tack Bows amendment onto the aid bill if it comes to a recorded roll call vote If the aid bill passes Congress a few thunderstorms extreme i Bluffs and Cedar Rapids north Friday night Partly The theoretical five megaton cloudv widely scattered tlnm bombs fell at the junction of High with was exPectecJ lo continue in extreme northern counties day j Cooler air is expected to enteriFjveday the northwest part of the slate Saturday and cover the entire state by Sunday afternoon Show ers will accompany the cooler air mcnts on houses bought governmentinsured loans The others extend corporation and excise rates unchanged through fiscal 1958 and inaugurate a droughtrelief program permit ting payments to farmers who agree to withhold livestock from grazing lands But there is an impressive list of important measures which ap pear slated for deferment until next year at best as the Senate deadlocks It contains The administrationbacked proMoines and Ottumwa gram of federal aid for school construction which has been re ported in amended form in the House but has yet to get out of committee in the Senate TH Revision Administration proposals to ex tend minimum wage coverage and revise the TaftHartley law Sioux City and Council Bluffs had the state high of 97 Thurs day Mason City had 92 Temper atures early Friday ranged from 71 at Mason City to 78 at Des They have yet to clear commit tees in either House The administration proposal to increase postal rates to meet mounting deficits It is out of com mittee in the House but hasnt yet come up for hearings in the Senate Post Office and Civil Service committee The revived bill to free natural gas producers from federal regu lation which wont even get Sen ate consideration unless it passes the House Legislation clarifying laws gov erning the conduct of the gov ernment in the event of prcsi dential disability still in com mittee in both houses ending are liberalizing amend ments to the immigration law and legislation to restrict President Wont Invoke TH Law in Cement Strike dershowers Saturday Turningways 3084 in Cedar Rapids atj cooler extreme nonhwest pm at 6th and Grand in urday Low Friday B8T8 iDowntown Des Moines at pm and at 25th and Avenue G in owa Temperaturesjcouncil Bluffs at pm will average slightly above nor mal Saturday through nextj CHICAGO UP Contractors pparently failed Friday in an fforl to get President Eisen hower to invoke the TaftHartley Act in a cement strike affecting areas across the nation Joseph F Finnegan director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service in answer to a New Jersey Contractors Assn appeal said he saw nothing in the situation which would indi cate need for TaftHartley action at this time Meanwhile in Chicago a spokesman for the United Ce ment Lime and Gypsum Work ers said the outlook for a set Uement shortly was very good Operation Alert The mock bombings were part Wednesday Normal highs 87J3r nationwide Operation Alert con north to 90 south Normal lowsducted by the Civil Defense Ad 62 north to 65 south Turning ministration cooler during the weekendj Civil Defense headquarters in Warmer Monday and TuesdayjDes Moines said a five megaton Cooler again about Wednesdayjbomb would affect an area ap Rainfall will average about onejproximateiy five miles in diame half inch in scattered thunderter showers mostly during At Washington President Eisen weekend and again about Tueshowcr and key aides fled thej day icapital by helicopter flying to as jsecret emergency White House Minnesota Cooler showers jit xvas fjrst ijmc Eisenhower GlobeGazette weather data up nas hjs much publicized new to 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 92 j Command Posts Minimum Thursday night 71 Tne emergency White House is fifth day of Senate debate on the morc than 1000 guests Khrushbfaced with the choice of veto highlv controversial issue chev said I know vou dont like legislation which he says The exact dav will be worked jolir Vstem but we were not vUal out later Friday with Senatewilh church bells ringing but with slgnn emocratic Leader Lyndon Bthc sound of gunshots Let us stop xxs HANCHER HAS SURGERY boasted that Soviet ent m SAME In other congressional moves 1 Bow introduced a new bill ias a result of the Girard deci free world security or he Bow amend tion say defense chiefs could i collapse the global security sys item by forcing America to with troops from around the Ar t v LUIII IOWA CITY Mjrclations with this Communist najworld Hancher president of the are so good they cannot be sity of Iowa was in good condi roved tion Friday after undergoing End Ams Race stomach surgery m tno morning improvcfl lions with other countries appUes to all servicemen so that the Umtea Stales he said servLceman be subject United States is a strong anc bigjlo the criminal laws any or eign nation Special Study 2 Rep Keating he sen equals ior House Judiciarv Committee He nul the hnviet t nmn an end tn the arms race hornuse modern developments ofL At 8 am Friday Precipitation 14 inch Acting State Water Commissioner Quits DES MOINES W The Iowa Natural Resources Council an nounced Thursday the resignation of the acting state water com missioner Clifford E Peterson who was made acting water commissioner under the 1957 Legislatures state water control act resigned effcc m one of several command posts to which the President might be evacuated in event of actual attack More than 100 cities over thej nation the majority of them in dustrial centers and defense in stallations were blasted in the exercise The mock attack large ly a paperwork test however and went unnoticed by most resi idents Next week after three days of emergency civil defense tests more than 5000 government offi cials and key subordinates will live immediately He has becn seek to reestablish normal gov ern ployed by the council stncelernment operations from 80 safe last December Peterson will bcrelocation centers in half a dozen The strike of some 16000 by Richard L mcnt workers was beginning to28 formerly of Cedar Rapids at Operation Alert is intended to make itself felt along the East a salary of S6900 n year Rickbe a preview of substantially crn Seaboard where nearly 20has been associated with thpjwhaf would happen if this counj country We also think that we are not a small weak country 1 think we can be considered arms this catastrophic couln become an announced he would a resolution to set up committee to study fsH for peace n le offorccs of the agreements the Uni f of Either we have war he said arrangements for trial must mobilize all oui efforts and broad all nations for peace 5 3 gen Holland pre dieted the Senate will give seri attention to some form of the Iowa Couple Kapidiy trcaty Umiting amendment pro Gettina Larqe Family bT Scn Backer vjciiiny y Sen Thitrmond DSO said CEDAR RAPIDS Mr wmld prcss for adoption of Mrs Eugene Murphy a young Lchis resoiullon against surrender dar Rapids couple arc acaimuof any LJ s servjcemen for for lating a family in double time CJ Mrs Murphy 19 gave birth i Thursday to her second set ofj twins a boy and a Fifteen months ago the first set of wins arrived also a boy and a gin Shueyville Farmer Killed in Accident CHASED OUT Actress Vivien Lcijih takes quite calmly after she was escorted out of the SHUEYVILLE Iowa UP Charles Svohoda about tiO was OPERATIONS BEGUN killed here Thursday when the DAVENPORT r Production roe of a combine caught on his Lords in London for shoulinjr from the jrallery She operations siartod Friday at the doihmg nm pulled him into His body was cwa wou appen s coun s rolestinp the demolition of old St James theater ncwM mjilon dollar plant expa and cnnlri 000 conduction workers hae aU council about a month since leaWtry aclually wore plunged into which London Insinessmcn want to tear rioAvn to put sion of the Pavcnpor ks of uhcr h o dmn t come lo Ue nouse paign contnbuuons L war after a surprise assault I up an office building iihe Aluminum uo of America lat noon lobbying jreadyvbeen laid off ling military service y   

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