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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 16, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                Nortk Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H 1 NEWSPAPER THAT MAKfS ALL NORTH tQWANS NEIGHBORS VOLLXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wirei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 16 1957 This Paper Consists 6t Two One Plymouth Man Pick Edwin R Hie Win for hwa Judge Post cates in Cavein New Corn Program by Benson WASHINGTON W Secretary of Agriculture Benson recom mended to Congress Tuesday tha nations largest grain supported at lower price levels in the future and that plant1 ing allotments be dropped Benson proposed beginning in 1959 corn out of the pre ferred price support and control category which also includes wheat cottonrice peanuts and tobacco These are the six basic crops which have wielded great influ ence on farm legislation Better Balance In a report requested by Con gress Benson said his recommen dation would bring about a better longterm balance in the produc tion of feed materials and live stock products The secretary had been asked for ideas on improv ing feed grain programs In addition Benson said his proposal would move in the direc tion of more freedom for our farmers to produce unfettered by allotments determined by rigid formulas Reduce Costs Furthermore he said it would reduce costs to the government and assist in meeting the public demand for economv in govern ment Under present law corn like the other basic crops must be sup ported at between 75 and 90 per cent of parity depending on sup plies and needs The larger the supplies in relation to needs the lower the support may be Injuries Fatal fo McKiness Daniel W i City nursery owner died Tuesday at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines as a result of in juries received in an auto ac cident May 22 McKiness pickup truck swerved out of control and crashed into a culvert three miles west of Mason City on Highway 18 Mr McKiness wasborn Nov 30 the Late Wm Riley WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Tuesday nominated j Edwin R Hicklin Wapello Iowa attorney to be U S District judge for Southern Iowa Hicklin 62yearold Republican would succeed the late Judge Wil liam F Riley The nomination is subject to Senate confirmation Hicklin formerly was a state senator Federal district judgeship apj pointments are for life and carry 522500 a year salary Long Wait Ended The nomination of Hicklin ends a long period during which the U S Department of Justice did not make a decision as to whether to recommend his appointment to the President Hicklin an attorney managed Eisenhowers 1952 preconvention Iowa for delegate Republican conven tion He had the support of lowai Sen B B Hickenlooper and for the ap Dean E Valley Is Victim Buried Under VICTIM OP City firemen am bulfince driver and construction workmen help lift the body of Dean Eugene Valley 21 Plymouth onto a Photo by Gibbs stretcher The workman died of suffocation when sand and gravel buried him in a conveyor hopper 1921 at Wagner SD son of Hugh and Birnedetta Jansen Thomas E Martin pointment There had been indications that theJustice Department had de layed its decision pending eonsid eralion of Hicklins age and health He suffered a heart attack more than 18 months ago but had since returned to active law prac McKiness He attended St Joseph School in Mason City and was married to Nina Hedden Feb 7 1948 in Mason City He was a member of St Jo sephs Catholic Church and the VFW and the Iowa Association of Nurserymen McKiness enlisted in the U S But under Bensons plan corn in 1942 and served with would be supported between zero and 90 par cent of parity or be tween 60 and 90 per cent if Con gress preferred as might be de termined by the secretary Two Charges Filed Against F A Weaver Co B of the 262nd Medical Battal lion four years in the South Pa cific Surviving are his wife Nina three children Patrick 8 adjce 5 and Tralee 2 his parents Mr and Mrs Hugh Mc Siness and a brother Robert Mason City and a sister Mrs Jerome Goeders Shreveport La Funeral arrangements are in complete The PattersonJames Funeral Home of Mason City is in charge CHARLES of manslaughter and driving while intoxicated third offense have been filed against Francis An thony Weaver Mason City and formerly of Lakota Bonds of and 33000 on the two charges were set by John Also Mentioned Hicklin authorized Hickenlooper and Martin to submit another name for consideration if they wished but didnot withdraw as a candidate Martin subsequently said he had no intention of with drawing his support of Hicklin un ess the Justice Department gave a definite and final decision that ie could not be named State Sen D C Nolan Iowa 3ity also was prominently men ioned as a possible appointee to he post CoasMoCoosf Air Record Set by Navy NEW YORK T h e Navv beat the Air Forces transcon WASHINGTON R President Eisenhower was pictured Tues day as still in favor of all the basic provisions of the admin istrations civil rights billinclud ing a section especially de nounced by Southern foes of the measure I find no change in his posi jtion Senate Republican Leader Knowland of California said after a conference with the President Knowland then added that Eis lenhovver recognized that the The judgeship has been vacant i Senate may feel there are ccr MEMBERSHIP OF 40 Opinion Awaited on Legality of Nudist Colony at Klemme states only nudist colony has closed down temporarily while Iowa Attorney General Norman Erbe faces the question on whether the camps are legal in the state or not Hancock County Sheriff L H Brower identified the nuciisl camp as La Dell Park operated by LaVern Velau on a former farm near here Velau has agreed to stop operating the camp until the legal situation is cleared up Brower said Opinion Expected Soon A formal attorney generals opinion on the question is ex pected soon The camp is chartered by the National Nudist Council of Mau mce Ohio Brower said The American Sun Bathers Assn Inc national nudist organization has heard about the possible legal peril of its Iowa advocates The national group has written Erbe daring him to divest the states members of their camp by ruling the colonies illegal in Iowa Used Farmhouse The camp near Klemme opened last year but didnt attract much attention until this summer Brower said Last year the Rileys death lasttain clarifications that will bcj group used only the farmhouse at La Dell Park he said But this 3 Henry N year xvas expanded A high board fence now completely en since Judge Dec 29 Judge of the northern district of Iowa and visiting judges from other THE HAGUE Netherlands if Dutch airliner plunged int the sea off Northwest Guinea before dawn Tuesday B early afternoon hope was aban oned for finding alive any of 5 persons listed as missing There were 13 children aboard the KLM plane and most were believed among the missing At least one child was among the 11 passengers h e svere rescued Bodies Recovered Native boats and launches Gravel Dean Eugene Valley 21 Plym outh died from suffocation early Tuesday when an avalanche of sand and gravel swept him into conveyor loader at the saad and gravel pit on 12th N E He was a laborer for W Hodjj man and Sons Construction Fairmont Minn which is black topping county roads Officials of the construction company said Valley was buried for nearly an hour after the mis hap Company workmen said the avalanche carried him irito the j hopper of the moving loader which loads gravel into trucks Firemen rushed to the scene and had to cut away por tions of the steel hopper with an acetylene torch in order to free the body Feeding Elmer Rosburg construction foreman of Fairmont said Val ley apparently was feeding the gravel into the hopper when the sand and gravel suddenly gave ay and carried him into the ma ineryvRosburg noticed seme hing was wrong when they saw a shovel slicking up from the gravel in the hopper Details were sketchy Tuesday morning but the bulldozer opera tor Paul Jepson Bristow said he was just starting tip the gravel pile from tne othersine ot the hopper to push another load over the top and into the conveyor when a workmanyelled at him to stop Jepson said he did not see the Valley lad at all and he added and one crew Side3eavedin that the job of clearing the hop per was not Valleys duty Valley reportedly was a water boy arid general helper around the con veyorloader Done Ir Before One of the truck drivers said that Monday Valley was pushing gravel into the hopper and was shoveling from under his feet and then running to safety before the Regulat Conference Knowland talked with reporters states have been holding court in ne and ofner GOP congres southern Iowa during the period leaders held their regular of the vacancy Tuesday morning confer ence Still pending in Congress is a with Eisenhower proposal to create a third roving Scnatf was to vote later lt federal judgeship in Iowa to the day on Knowland s motion to lighten the load of the regular brmg the Houseapproved civil judges in the two Iowa nghts bl11 offlciallv before t If this proposal passes it will cre Valley was married to the for mer Alice Varner last January and they lived in Mason City He was the son of Mr and Mrs closes the camp Brower estimated the camps membership at about 40 f Vi sJ VJJ Vi CIJtU iTtX 3 irom tne Uutcn destroyer Valley Plymouth His wife tenauer searching the area for survivors recovered 11 bodies works at a Mason City cafe The Bride Funeral Home With expansion of the nudist camp complaints increased Dr AAler president has charge of funeral i rr J iii A i 11 I TCT AT Airline c c 3 H nn Kiicic the sheriff said Brower said he asked County Attorney G W KLM Airlines said on the basis Templeton if such a place is legal Templeton passed the question information available it ap along to the attorney general ea e r orces ranscon u tinental speed record Tuesday bv ate a new opportunity for appoint110 StdnUail Knowland predicted that mo flying 2640 miles coasttocoast in 3 hours 23 minutes 81 sec McGeency justice of the previous record set Weaver was in Floyd County an F84F March 9 1955 was 3 Tuesday for failure to provide minutes 5388 seconds bonds The driving charge was filed Monday by the state highway pa trol which investigated the acci dent July 10 in which Weavers car struck one driven by Jacob P Gashel 76 Nora Springs Mr Gashel died early Monday at Mercy Hospital A Marine pilot Maj Glenn Jr piloted a John FSUl ment of another federal judge Auto Leaves Road ed by a subi istantially heavy margin Hej also forecast defeat for an exj pccted motion by Sen Morse Di Ore to send the bill to the Sen ate Judiciary Committee Once Candidate for President Is Dead peared the plane developed en gine trouble and made a forced landingpn the ocean He said hope had been given up of finding alive any of the ments Fort Dodge Man Is Drowning Victim morning in the Des Moines River ChanceVought Crusades from Los Alamitos Calif Naval Ait Station to Floyd Bennett Field here to seLthe record EMBARGO RELAXED BEDFORD UP Merlin Gj FORT DODGE V missing KLM listed the a vi s 42 drowned Tuesday jahties of the missing as 53i Dutch and three Britons 4 Seriously Hurt F o u r of the survivors were DAYTON Ohio James M Cox whose long and Scarcer carried him from a small Ohio farm to the threshold of thej The Lockheed SuperConstellaj Man Dies sevenday review of us provispresidencV dlcd in his home here Monday nisnt at thc aec of 87 iUoncarrying 59 passengers and I Cox threetime Ohio governor and a newspaper publisher forjf CTOV Ol mnePIunSeri Into than half for jions Would Kill Bill Travis 23 Sharpsburg was killed Knowland said adoption of thatj Tuesday when the car in which he was riding missed a junction be tween County Highwav J and Iowa 148 Gravity Travis h Franklin ridDKiJIl Sports Bulletin OMAHA Neb UP Mrs Ann Casey Johnstone Mason City Iowa fired sizzling sub par golf Tuesday to score 5 and over Mrs William jreeular flisjht to Amsterdam by Hartson Oakland Calif in jway of Manila Jakarta Bang first round match play in jkok Rangoon Karachi Beirut Womens Western Open came aftci several His poiujc3 interest developed and Rome it would open the of failing health Thursday and in 1903 he was elected to thc When an autopsy showed thai TOKYO followedicaped serious injury Sheriff Artfor military enforcement of nc stumbled and felljuS House of Representatives death resulted from injuries sufBritain Tuesday and relaxed itsJMatheny said the car hurtled aicial integration in the publiciwnic working at thc Daytonifrom Ohios 3rd District Twoj fered in the accident the manJtrade embargo against Commuiroadside ditch and went SO fcetischools Illaily News one of his newspajyears later he was reelected Morse proposal would amount another Ohio killmg the bill Southern foes of the civil rights f a century was Democratic presidential candidatecet of water shortly before dawn ranklin D Roosevelt as his running mate Warren mif Biak lsland Tne icr Ohio Neutron was on a five miles north ofjmeasure have concentrated their won the election by seven million votes more WCKR radio and TV in MiU Umi Fla wife Sharon 17 slaughter charge was filed Tues day The highway patrol said Weavers car was on the wrong side of the road at the time of the collision on Highway 18 just east of Nora Springs Mrs Gashel 67 still is in Mercy Hospital at Mason City She suf fered a fractured leg and other injuries The couple had gone for a ride to cool off after Wednes davs heat nist China into a nearbv field Armstrong Motorist Plays Pinbair on Main Street j Opponents also have com ended iPer and that ngnl aj At tne eml of njt second that thc bill goes much He went into a coma ran for governor and Rail Crossing Crash Is Fatal to Nurse INDEPENDENCE Lillian About The Weather mat tne Dili goes much 1Jt ran tor governor and was T city Mostly fair through than the Presidents stated anci ncver regained conjeiectcd He served in 191315jMcClaren 23 a nurse at Peoples T u c s d a y jectivc of protecting the right tojsclovlsncss ivote Although James chief executive Charles City Airport Improvements OKd DES MOINES W The Iowa Aeronautics Commission Tuesday approved in improvements at the Charles City airport The project will include paving of run ways and taxiways The federal government will share the costs twiththc city and the state on an equal basis ARMSTRONG Soren L Nielsen drove his car downtown Monday night But when he turned onto Main Street things began to happen to the 67yearold man Sheriff Linn Foderberg said Nielsens car went out of con trol and struck an auto belong ing to Mr and Mrs Reinhold Busch Ringsted causing damage The Busch car was pushed into one owned by Charles J Schmidtke Ceylon damage Nielsen missed several other parked cars the sheriff then rammed Larry A Walters auto The Belmond man re ceived damage to his car Walters car was forced into a car owned by John WhiteseH Dolliver causing damage Nielsen again swung out of the line of parked cars and col Burglars Caught in said I Act Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS UP Two wouiclbr burglars were causht jn the act early Tuesday by squad of Cedar Rapids police i Working on a lip from an un identified dtuen nine officer in jfivc patrol cars surrounded the Powell Hoofing Co and seized the lided with a car belonging to Ed men as they attempted to Burgess Armstrong who sufjlcavc Walter Petrie 32 sndj fered damage and 39191921 to becomcIIos5Vltal here vvas earlvl Cox Jr Ohiols first threetime chief exTuesda a a railroad crossing defeated of here Sheriff Emerv A officer of hc ecutive He was n c w s p apersthe 19151917 term ln 1920 hc won lne Democratic night low 7073 Hot Wednesday high 9206 the elder remained iMiss McClaren was driving loi Hart said lowa Fair southwest to partly Coxi L f t work from her farm home when1 live in publisrJpresldcntial car couidcd with in Illinois ins the fourmo nth campaignCentra passcngcr raia Jliss Dailv X sonielimcis delivered 20 adMoClaren was t h c Journal aid the field t i a day in arguing fiercely IrfvlOIl t iv itor LS participation in thc rrCir f r of Nations He earned thp Solid Sovith however Ohio COX Sun the Spring field Ohio News The Mi ami F a t i only and decisively beaten Harding jHarry Behrens 27 both of Cedar Daily News the Atlanta Journal j anno Irict i FIRST TONTO DIES DETROIT John Todd who Nielsen escaped injury but his Rapids apparently lost theirlanc Constitution car was damaged worth inervc after entering he buildinq vurri Ton to on the Lone Ranger Ihe sheriff said He was charged and decided to leave Ieraled stations nearv decades with falling to have his vehicle jnarturo was speeded by the nine WHIGTV in Dayton WSR and js dead Totld diod at a Detroit undor control Availing patrolmen iWSBTV in Atlanta and WCKTjHospUal He was 80 SAME cloudy with widely scattered showers and thunderstorms ex treme north and northeast through Wednesday Little change in temperature Low Tuesdav night 6375 Minnesota warm Showers continued Globe weather data to J8am Tuesday Maximum Monday 85 Minimum Monday nighl 71 At 8 ainTuesday 73 Precipitation 03 inch YKAR AGO Maximum Minimum 65   

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