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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 13, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE V ur vi r tir THE NEWSPAPER THAT M A LU N 0 RT K IOW A N S NEIGH BORS VOL LXIlt Associated Press and United Press Full Seven Cents a Copyj MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 13 57 This Paper Consists of Two One Becks Held for Larceny New Charges Are Filed SEATTLE un A King County grand jury Friday returned a rand larceny indictment against Dave Beck Two hours later the grand jury charged Dave Beck Jr withtwo counts of grand larceny It accused the 63yearold presi dent of the Teamsters Union of using personally SI900 he ob tained from the sale of a union automobile in 1956 The indictment against the unsL on president was disclosed after f IB surrendered at the office of Prosecuting Attorney Charles 0 Carroll Released on Bond He was released on bail after being booked at the coun I WASNT FIGHTINGHONEST From erent expression on this youngster youd think he got that black eye in a fight That wasnt the case at all Hes Alan Ater llmontholdson of Mr and Mrs L D Ater Decatur 111 He rolled off his bed and struck a window ledge on the way down to the floor Civil Rights s WASHINGTON UP Sen Russell DGa urged the Senate Satsale of a 1951 Cadillac The jury urday to strike out of the Eisenhower administrations civil rights charSed that the automobile was bill its most prinfrnvprsia ii the nrnnprfv nf tJia property of the Joint Coun bill its most controversial provision the heart of the measure I was never more serious in my life Russell told his col leagues as he proposed three major changes in the Housepassed bill One would give the Senatea measure o posed Civil Rights Investigation Committee I Another would delete from the bill the proposed authority forWestern Conference rf onrt Io 1 f J a section which backers lle cu of Teamsters The second j young Beck of 307 ty jail It is the second indictment re turned against the labor leader since the Senates special labor management rackets investigat ing committee started probing his financial during which Beck repeatedly invoked the Fiflh Amendment in refusing to answer questions before the committee A federal grand jury indicted him several weeks ago on an in come tax evasion charge Sale of Cars Young Becks troubles with the grand jury also stemmed from an both cases Cadillacs The jury accused the son in one count of having in his pos session 51850 obtained from the count accused receiving S28Q One would give the Senatea measure of control over the pro m the sale a Sficond Cadil cl Civil Rights Investigation Committee j lac This vas the property of the y or the attorney general to go into federal courts and seek injunctions against violations or violations of voting or other civil rights Supporters of the bill maintain that without such a provision the measure could not be enforced Russell quarterback of South ern Democrats fighting the bill proposed the changes as the Sen ate met in an unusual Saturday session to give members a chance to spread their own views on the record Backers cleared a first hurdle Friday when no objection was raised to a Senate vote Tuesday on a motion by Sen Knowland RCalif to bring the bill up for mally for action That dirt not foreclose the possibility of a Southern filibuster against the bill later Much appeared to hinge results of compromise on the moves Sen Gore DTenn said he is Demos Attack Spending Cut Order by Ike WASHINGTON Dem ocrats angered at a reported presidential order to hold federal spending below administration budget requests for the new fiscal year talked Saturday of applying some tighter curbs of their own Rep Cannon chairman of the House Appropriations Com mittee told reporters this com mittee is not going to recommend more money than President Ei senhower plans to spend and then allow him to impound it sters of Team The indictment against the eld er Beck accused him of misap propriating the money from the sale of another Cadillac also be longing to the Western Confer ence of Teamsters The indictment said a team ster member bought the car and made out the check to the union However it said the check was deposited in a bank under the endorsement of a private concern headed by Beck Leahy Leads 2Up Over Campbell Bob Leahy Denison ted John RAINS FLOOD CHICAGO SUBURB Three feet of water swirls through this residential district of subur ban Homewood south of Chicago following a sixinch AP Wirephoto rainfall Dozens were injured in the storm which struck the Chicago area PLENTY OF HITCHES AND FOULUPS Chicago Hit by Storm Jolier Also Inundated CHICAGO M Boats plied flooded streets SaTuTday in yf swamped Chicago metropolitan jarea after a 624inch rain took at r least three lives and drove hun dreds from their homes The downpour concentrated ia a severe sixhour electrical storm flooded tens of thousands of base ments blocked streets and under passes and cut power and com munication lines Airline traffic was halted at flooded Midway Airport and at jleast 1000 stranded passengers and motorists spent the night plashing barefoot in waiting rooms or catnapping in chairs or atop newsstands and counters 200 Removed Millions Dead in CD Test NEWSPOINT Operation Alert PI Officials estimated Saturday that 95521526 than half the population of the United in areas supposedly ravaged by mock enemy bombs in Operation civilian de fense test At least 191 vital U S targets were theoretically smashed by a presumed enemy who swept across the North Pole Friday with nuclear bombs to spare and Grinnell Flu Identified as Oriental Type IOWA CITY A P Mc Kee professor of bacteriology at the State University of Iowa Col lege of Medicine announced Friday that the ailment which struck some 200 persons at a church conference in Grinnell two weeks ago has been identi1 fied as Oriental flu Dr McKee whose laboratory at the university medical center station for the Organization a United Nations agency said he has conducted exhaustive tests on noseandthroat washings and blood samples from six of the Grinnell victims and that he has definitely identified the Oriental flu virus in these specimens The scientist said the disease has been generally mild in cases found so far in this country When the recent outbreak oc supersonic bombers to deliver them There were hitches and foul ups aplenty in this makebelieve nuclear holocaust a test of the nations civil defense and mobil ization organizations Officials struggled to overcome them as the exercise continued No official estimate of the num ber of casualties was planned but presumably a major portion test target areas would be dead or wounded in any real emer gency A bulletin Saturday said countless lives were saved by civil defense measures But tens of millions were lost hypothetic ally speaking and the ravages of airborne contamination were yet to be felt news distribution point The re suits will be trickling in for days Weve had painful delays in communications But the real thing Would be a lot slower President Eisenhower wh o had flown by helicopter Friday to a secret hideout from a capi tal that was supposedly blasted soon after his departure took a It is too early to tell whether recess Saturday Forsaking air the exercise is a success or JO a oUCLtob Ul of the more than 95 million in the flop said one official at this A definite cooler trend late Sat urday and Sunday has been pre dicted by the Weather Bureau oy the weatherBureau mid905 Saturday afternoon but1 sumval ancl of assessing The Cortland St bridge I he highest temperature reada levelling trend should be nolicejat flght wilh werciknocked into he river A spokes burem diiuu HUH IO impound It ie wv wun colleagues of botnjcannon accused the Oskaloosa at the curred at an international Pres rr ih 3 Jbstituteiiion of duplicity lhalfway mark of the 36 holelbyterian youth assembly at Grin tor tnc adnnmstratiori bill j Credt to Gop jchampionship finals match Saturjne College health officials won javiu KjNY told the Senj The row which threatened thCdaY noon in State whether the ailment Tafp foreign aid Tournament at the MaSmght be the same one which be comDrom hT other Programs also cifV Country Club gan several months ago and has in the bill This Democratic moves to head off Campbell won A is a very said Speaking the first two spread to other parts of in v v ci iu lltdU jil i vvuif me TliJi JWO w t Dill hejwhat they hinted is a Republican holes but Leahy fought back and the world Cooler Trend for Iowa Is Forecast At Joliet a city of 51000 just southwest of Chicago 200 persons were taken from their flooded houses by boat and a refuges center was set up iirtheVeterans of Foreign Hall Coast Guard craft were trucked to Wheeling northwest of Chicago where a number of houses were inun dated The bodies of three personi were recovered in flooded base ments 30 Injured More than 30 persons were in jured none seriously when gusty winds knocked down a tent the travel for the time being thejater on the Southwest Side during President went by aiitomobiieian evening performance About from his command post to his 250 personswere watching a play farm near Gettysburg Pa tojwhen the canvas roof and sup scattered thunderstorms The mercury is expected to sky to the mid90s Saturday afternoon spend the weekend with Mrs ports came crashing down Two bridgetenders working in a Eisenhower and three of his grandchildren railroad bridge control shack Another Test jwere injured when theswollen President plans to take to Chicago River tore loose a coal theair again Monday for anbarge from its moorings and other short participation in the smashed it into the middle of the exercise bridge The men crawled from At another secret headquarJthe shack on to the barge and ters the twin problems of civiiUvere rescued by firemen ran assessing The Cortland St bridge wa the state high of 104 Des Moines was right behind with 103 and several other Iowa points bad readings of 100 or more Mason Citys high Friday was 96 The forecast for Iowa calls for partly cloudy conditions with Highs in the state Sunday should range about 84 in the ex treme northwest to 92 in the south A thunderstorm small in area Friday night left 75 of an inch of Clty moisture at Clarion and Kanawha and 50 at Pope joy immediately after Russell had offered his amend ments Javits said he doesnt be lieve revision of the measure will win any more supporters for it The House bill embodies an ad attempt to get credit for tax re ductions next year The storm blew up Friday af ter published reports that Bud get Director Percival M Brun ministration partisan six proposal for a bi dage at the request of t h e teenth holes to evened the match on the ninth hole Campbell won No 11 but Leahy returned again to take No 12 Then the Denison golfer won the thirteenth fourteenth and fif go 3 up He President had directed federal ofbogeyed No 17 for his 2up edge ftcias to lold 1958 spending at thej Leahy shot 363672 even par whil Mt OskaooSa opponent woyear study Jons Commission would be appointed by the D dent subject to tion Ine House Appropriations a 36 on the first round but me ouna OUT iy completed acitook a 38 on the second round for may 74 Some tourists and sailors re turning to this country from the Orient are known to have con tracted the disease Dr McKee said that despite the Grinnell outbreak there still is no evidence of a full blown epidemic in this country How ever he said no one can pre dict how quickly the situation Roland Man Killed in OneCar Crash STORY CITY Stanley Sampson 32 Roland was killed Friday night in a onecar acci dent on a country road near here Authorities said his car wont out of control and rolled over four times Sampson was dead on arrival at a Story City hospital Iowa Woman Dies in Nebraska Accident GORDON Neb fSVAn of actual spending for the 195S fiscal year totaled AEC Budget Cannon said administration wit nesses asked his committee Fri day for 1958 appropriations for the Atomic Energy Commission amounting to more than half a billion dollars above those for 1957 When we questioned them they acknowledged they had been told not to spend more than they did in 1957 Cannon said adding thing woman was one of two personsigress beadon crash Its the most astounding Ive ever known Cannon said his committee is considering adoption of a resolu tion which would require the Pres ident to put a ceiling on federal Iowa j spending on terms set by Con Lisbon Crash is Fatal to Women LISBON Iowa women were killed and the elderly hus band of one of them was in jured late Friday in a collision of two oars on Highway 30 a mile and a half east of here The victims were Mrs Louise Rose Corrie Clinton and Mrs Albert F Hamdorf Stamvood Glenn Plattenberger Lisbon mayor said the cars going in opposite directions came to gether on an open stretch of the highway Body of Cedar Falls Man Is Recovered killed Friday in near Mcrriman in western DELAYED AGAIN Nebraska The victims were ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev identified as Mrs Otis HowelllThe troublebeset atomic tcs Of Arthur Imva and Mrs Richjplosion known as nnirs ancr a witness art rtiley from Massachusettsjday has been postponed 24 hoursiapparcntlv stepped info Mrs Hovvcll was killed outrightagain because of weather while wading Cement Plant Union Sign New Contract LIN WOOD UP About 300 members of the United Cement Line and Gypsum Workers Union Local 6 of Linwood Saturday rat ified a new contract with the DeweyPortland Cement Co i The new wage agreement calls for an average 136 cents an hour increase The company and thej union tentatively reached an agreement on July 1 so there was ministration FCDA and the Of fice of Defense Mobilization An attack by a 20megaton H destroyed New York Special Horror Chicago and Gary ind had special mock horror Two 3000 pound nerve gas bombs explod ed over Lake Michigan presum ably spreading an odorless col orles gas that kills in seconds Discovered in Roanoke Va was an unexplocled suitcase bomb Greensboro NC was wiped out by a 20kiloton mis estimated damage at to Near Record The downpour was only 08 of an inch short of the alltime Chi cago rainfall record for a 24hour period set in 1885 By 1 am Sat urday 611 inches of rain had fal len during the previous 24hour period Police and fire stations re ceived hundreds of calls reporting minor explosions as rising waters covered basement heating equip ment Lightning struck several homes in northwest and south west suburbs sile launched from a submarine The battering winds and rain off the coast played havoc with transportation The vast atomic energy inland communication Hundreds of at Oak Ridge Termcars stalled in deep water and Los Alamo went up in im Two of the citys main trans jaginary blast and flame Grand portation arleriesthe Outer and Coulee Dam v a s Shore Drives and the Con struck by the equivalent of a jgress Street Expressway were million tons of TNT In the sameiclosed for a time when as much macebelieve manner the Panajas four feet of water piled up in ma Canal was hit as were pointsjspots CEDAR FALLS pThc body of Gordon C Thucsen 40 Cedar jFalls was recovered from the Co xdar River here Saturday about witness ssid he a hole NEW KHAN RECEIVES FOLLOWERS American college student and now spiri tual head of 20 million Moslems sits on a white satin throne chair at Geneva Switzerland surrounded bv his followers The new Khan is the son of Aly Khan Grandson of Aga Khan Placed on MOSLEM THRONE GENEVA f A B1ffs of the city were cut off as enport and Cedar Rapids water swirled across streets and The Iowa attacks theoreticallyroads Skilled or injured 33300 persons j Heaviest toll was at Des Moinesj jwhere 8000 were killed and 51 J900 injured The assumed i was held down by putting into op1 jeration detailed ovncuation plans ihe cities j All About Confiscate Still From Mans Home at Cedar Rapids the riant P 3nt sons and named SAME late Aga Khan bypassed his two princely handsome 20yearold grandson Prince Karim fo the throne of the 20 million Ismail Moslems The old Agas will held he was best suited to cope with the atomic age The athletic seriousminded Aga Khan IV is the elder son of Prince Aly Khan and his first wife daughter of a British baron Karim thus of Persianltalian descent from Aly and half English through his mother The choice of Karim as Imam of fhe widespread Ismaili sect m Asa and Africa was announced Friday AgaKhan Ul died thursday in his Swiss villa at 79 Prince Aly 46 was not visibly affected by the bypassing but his Brother Prince Sadruddin 24 was in an obviously sulky mood as the news became known Both the elder princes are planning new marriages The new monarch a Harvard University student hoped to complete hit senior ysar studies The Weather Mason City Mostiv fair and cool er Saturday night low 6366 i Sunday partlv cloudv and high CEDAR RAPIDS J Kosina 28 told federal agents who confiscated a still from the jbasement of his home at Walker he was using alcohol produced by till to mix with gasoline and r use in his outboard motor sina is free on S500 bond after i charged with possession of Iowa Partly cloudy with still and with possession of tered thunderstorms south distillation He inday night and Sunday Notwavcd preliminary hearing and so hot south Sunday High Satwas bound over to the federal urday in the 90s Coolor IvtrX day nighl lows 636S north 68 Federal agents said the fivegal ion still was made of copper Also was a 20gaon crock oC jgrain mash and a fruit jar one 73 south Minnesota Fair and Cooler third lof a liquid said to bo a Maximum Friday Minimum Friday At S Saturdaj YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 06 72 84 60 The agents of the US Treasury akohol ancl tobacco tax unitquoted Kosimvas saying Alcohol from the still was not sold or given away for human cnn jsumptinn but was used strictly imotor fuel   

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