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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 22, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                1 North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N 1 S H 8 0 R S VOL LXIlt Associated Presi and United Pteis Full Lease Seven Cents a MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JULY 22 1957 Thlt of 314 Ike Expected to Veto Wage Hike Bill T i L Iowa Road to 376 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowas 1957 motor vehicle fatality toll stood at 376 Monday three more than a year three separate accident Sunday in which four persons were killed The victims svere identified as Leonard P Nyce 43 Miriam Ardell Foulk Cole 22 Elmira N Y Dorothy Flickenger 49 Dayton Iowa and Opal Sandstoe about 46 Beaman A headon collision between the car in which Nyce was driving alone and a vehicle in which Mrs Cole was a passenger took their The accident occurred on U S 34 east of Albia Peter La basky 26 Elmira N Y driver of the car in which Mrs Cole was riding was hospitalized at Albia svith fractured ribs Mrs Flickenger was injured fatally when the car she was driving was struck broadside by another auto on Highway 169 about eight miles south of Og One Mans A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE jden Mrs Flickengers 17yearok daughter escaped serious injur M Iffi the woi Ames pm Thursday vehicle when it rolled foUowmg WSU1 la City 910 pm Saturday IN DOUBLE DEATH Jury Says Girl Was Murdered OWACITY iff A coroner That Why Not Call It Peoples Capitalism Sheriff Steve Bealieu said the I other car was driven by Gene Ireasen 16 Audubon who said he did not stop for a stop THEN Party Boss Nikita sign Khrushchev was interviewed Andreasen who received a on TV for an American audience ticket for failing to stop escaped not so long ago he said he reserious injury as did his six pas garded capitalism as a form of sengers slavery He predicted unqualifiedMrs Sandstoe was killed in a ly that the United States would twocar collision at a county road become a Socialist State without intersection 3 miles north of any prodding from Russia Gladbrook She and her 13year UQ what extent Khrushchev beold daughter Christine were lieved what he was saying I do passengers in a car driven by not presume to say But 1 do her husband Ingreid know this is the standard RusThe driver of the other car sian propaganda line of attack was Robert Sienknecht 17 Lin against our economic system coin Iowa The sad fact too is that not only Sienknecht and Standstoe were our enemies but too many of our not injured Christine was hos friends do not understand oxirj pitalized in Marshalltown with system As a matter of fact it undetermined injuries needs to be better understood by AP Wire photo GETS WALKING Lord Patrick Beresford current favorite of Princess Margaret steps lively for his plane after he received military orders transferring him from London jury ruled Sunday ffiat Miss1 Helen Meka 26 was strangled by 30yearold Donald Miller who atcr met his death when his car crashed at high speed into a bridge abutment on Highway 261 north of here Saturday The jury deliberating 85 min utes before reaching its verdict on Miss Mekas death was unable to determine whether Miller died as the result of a deliberate ac tion or as the result of severe mental distress The auto crash occurred about two miles north of here shortly before 8 am A search was begun jfor Miss Meka when her purse foundJji Millers car Her body was located in a wooded area in the vicinity of the new Coralville Dam structure Told Attorney Clair Hamilton Iowa City at torney testified Miller had come to see him at his home early Sat Passage in House As Plan Calls for Boost WASHINGTON UP House appeared almost certain to hand President Eisenhower a setback Monday inhis fiscal plans by approving a pay raise for the nations 518000 postal work ers Opponents of the bill planned to put up only token resistance They counted instead on a presi WANTS TO PUT A STOP TO THIS SORT OF THING Sen Estes Kefauver D dential veto to keep it from tak Tenn displays a layout of knives in introducing a bill in Washington to provide sehng effect vere penalties for shipment of such lethal tools across state lines The bill also The measure would provide would provide punishment for interstate sale of such knives to teenagers Kefauver is chairman of a Senate committee investigating juvenile delinquency about an HVi per cent increase in the average postal workers salary of 4340 All workers would to Cyprus The 23yearold nobleman a lieutenant in the Royal Horse Guards regiment said the assignment was rou tine but most palace inform urday and told him that he had strangled Miss Meka Miller said he had asked Miss Meka to marry him and that a quarrel followed according to Ohio Governor De Sheppard Lie Testing tine Dut most paiacc imoim Hamilton Tne attorney quoied ants were surprised by the Miner saying he didnt know rapid switch aymg why he did it said he and Miller made arrangements to meet downtown at Hamiltons office but that the attorney waited vainly for about a half hour Hamilton said he then called the sheriff and a search for Miller was be I have every confidence that when the history of the 20th cen tury is written the performance of the American economic sys tem in bringing prosperity and wellbeing to the masses wUl be hailed as a near miracle Much of the misunderstandin of our economy arises from the fact that we are a capitalistic society in which the profit motive is a dominating factor As such we have been attacked as ex ploiter of the masses and as an instrument of Wall Street by those who advocate a turning t socialism Some Changes Made There may have been grounds for such attacks in the days of the industrial barons of the last century Since then however there have come some marked changes in our business and in dustrial life We have created a system which joins the dynamic values and productive powers of capitalism with the wide distri bution of benefits commonly as sociated but never actually East Remains Locked in HeaFWave By THE Another day of hot and humid weather appeared likely for wide areas in the eastern half of the nation Monday after a weekend of scorching temperatures Deaths attributed to the heat and drownings mounted At least 39 persons drowned as flocked to lakes and streams Sheriff Albert J Murphy said COLUMBUS Ohio tf Ohio Gov C William ONeill said Mon day Dr Sam Sheppard will not re ceive a lie detector test until the confession of a Florida prison er that he killed the doctors wife is determined to be true The Governor announced his po sition after a telegram from the unofficial Court of Last Resort Stanley Gardner cast doubt upon the validity of a confession by Donald Wedler Wedler said he bludgeoned a woman during a burglary on the same night that Dr SamsWife Marilyn killed ia her Cleve land suburban home Sheppard who protested his innocence is serving a life sentence for her rural carriers and fourth class postmasters They would get a 12 per cent raise with a top Administration Opposed Eisenhower and other adminis tration officials strongly object to any general wage hike now for postal or other government workers They contend it would spark inflation and put off any he murder of Marilyn Sheppard eventual tax reduction iowever no one should form any The bills sponsor Rep James inal opinion on Ihis man until H Morrison predicted the after there has been a lot more raises would go through as writ investigative work done and until ten by an overwhelming vote headed by mystery writer Erie slaying Viac hppn a pgyhiatrif inrRptVl gtipriortarg flvifj Church Rocked by Feud Closed by Bishop DeWolfe NEW YORK Episcopal sishop ordered the closing of a teudridden Brooklyn church Sun day to prevent its being used as a battleground Bishop James P DeWolfe called for the closing of the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity until the courtssetUea bitter struggle within the none in the sunbaked Deputy Sheriff Don Wilson said he discovered two pieces of an antomobilei horn ring near where the body of Miss Meka was found The ring matched with Millers car he said ONeill who last week gave permission for a lie detector test to Sheppard changed his position after receiyHVgthis telegram from Tire Tracks The horn ring was found be tween tire tracks near Miss Mekas body The tire tracks were by the same type wheels on s crashed auto Wilson Novelist Kenneth Roberts 71 KENNEBUNKPORT Maine Kenneth Roberts whose historical novels have repeatedly made the bestseller lists since 1937 died Sunday He Was 71 j vuiVji jrm XLTJIU 5 His family Robert had examination of him in Florida we admit to a growing conviction hat he may well have committed the vestigation There are some important ma jor conflicts between his story and existing fact These conflicts may have been the result of drug reactions and attempts to ration alize his acts or just plain decep tion ONeill pointed out that earlier he bill agreed the Court bf Last Resort an unof ficial body created to prove inno cent those who may have been wrongly convicted We are still not prepared to take as true the confession of Donoid Wedler But following our gation For nearly a decade the church has been divided over the alleged areas in Millers car must have been going at a terrific rate of speed when it struck the bridge abut ment Murphy quoted a witness as saying the car bounced 30 the feet into the air after the im ing relief from the oppressive heat There was some possibility of a littlereliefin northern Midwest states southward through proCommunist activities of the Rev William Howard Melish its former rector He has denied any Communist link The closing of the 110yearold church until further notice was announced at the 11 am service by the present rector the Rev Dr Herman S Sidner The 107 the se r v i c e were stunned by the news gia The Eastern Seaboard from Virginia to New York sweltered the summers hottest weather Sunday Thermometers bubbled past the 100degree mark in many cities including Baltimore Wash ington and Philadelphia The 103 reading at Baltimore the record 104 for the date Washington sizzled in 101 Murphy identified of Iowa City as having been a door todoor salesman and the driver of a at various times lived with his parents Mr and Mrs John W Miller Iowa City Miss Meka lived with her par ents Mr and Mrs Bohumil Meka on their farm south of here aeen in bed for only a week and lad just completed proofreading another novel Water Unlim ited due for October publica tion A niece Miss Marjorie Mos ser said death was due to coro nary thrombosis Recently Roberts won a special Pulitzer citation for his books which the Pulitzer committee said have long created a greater interest in our early American history telegrams from the court saic there was not the slightest evi dence of deception in Wedlers statement But tne Governor said the latest telegram uses the lan guage or just plain deception T h L s present telegram Defense Work Audit Turned Down by GM WASHINGTON Gen eral Accounting Office said Mon General Motors Corp is re fusing to let government auditors see its books on incompleted de ONeill said indicates the tests show he may be guilty of just plain deception I have discussed this with Warden Alvis of Ohio Peniten tiary It is my opinion and his that until the truthfulness of this confession is determined there shouldbe no lie detector test giv en to ONeill said he would wire a similar statement to the Court of Last Resort The pay boost to go into effect Sept 1 would amount to about 280 million dollars annually But chairman Tom Murray DTenn of the House Post Office Commit tee estimated the bills total cost would cometo S317500000a year by increasing fringe benefits based on salaries Other News Other congressional news Rights Opponents of the ad ministrations civil rights bill claimed a minimum of 50 senators would vote to eliminate the mea sures hotly disputed Part Three A dozen Brooklyn police delecjheat the highest reading in the tives were at the church Therejnations capital in three yearsj cnniniism olaces its emwere no untoward incidents howiThe millions in New York City felt While socialism as torri d A court order recently removedjgrees and in Wilmington Del on the the American economy SeS on the wncept that weriih the Rev Mr Melish from the pulthe mercury roistered 102 IS UULlt wn v R nnA nilml1 TW C i rt o r fr vor T T 11 has to be produced before it canjpif and upheld Dr Sidener as Michigan reported 21 persons be distributed It has shown thattor The ousted cleric is appealingidrowned over the weekend while under a capitalistic system charthe decision actcrized by free enterprise com maximum achieved But our American system has gone further than this It has Haircut petition and profit motive thej Sidewall production can be Case Results in iin New York there were 10 I drownings i A cool front that had been fair Iv stationary for several days MILLER MISS MEKA Young Iowa Brothers Are Drowning Victims FORT MADISON UP Two rural Fort Madison brothers drowned Sunday when they waded off a 30foot dropoff in the zaak Walton Lake 3 miles south west of here The victims were James Conlee 11 and his broth er Robert 7 Authorities said the boys were wading about 15 feet out into the fjce he use of congressional subj water when they both stepped to get at the books the sharp dropoff and didnt Lawrence J Powers top GAO come up official in the handling of military contracts told the subcommittee iof GMs refusal during testimony All Abaut The Weather fense contracts I dont know what they are trying to cover up said Rep F Edward Hebert chairman of an armed services investigat ing subcommittee but its veryj suspicious Hebert promptly ofIowa Considerable fered the General Accounting Ofj IMason City Partly cloudy through Tuesday Cooler Monday night low 6065 Continued seasonable temperatures Tuesday high 82 This section would allow the Jus tice Department to get injunctions to head off any conspiracies to deprive persons of any civil rights The Senate began the third week of debate on the bill with a vote expected by Tuesday on Part III Rackets The Senate Rackets Committee planned to open an in vestigation July 30 into alleged links between Teamster Union of ficials and New York hoodlum John Dioguardi alias Johnny Dio Committee Chairman JohnL Mc Clellan DArk said the hear ings will center around the activi ties of Johnny Dio and use of his followers in the power struggle for 85 control of the Teamsters Union in New York City and the East Coast There were indications Midwest Teamsters boss James with scattered showers and KILLED IN FALL WASHINGTON M A i Guard cutter and rescue plane searched an J R Hoffa who was acquitted by ja iury last week of trying to plant Ispyl Qn thfi committeei would ibe called to testify thunderstorms mostly southeast Monday night Partly cloudy Tuesday chance of scattered thundershowers southwest inf r j j C o o 1 e r southeast btriKC IS tnded Monday night Somewhat warmj CHICAGO W Settlement be West Coast Cement unreason SIOUX CITY UP Robed off Cape Hatteras Monday for 4Month Sentence demonstrated that this weaUh ofj FUCmj Japan AVAn Ameri production can be distributed tocan airman wno objected to get the people raising our a white haircut of living to the highest level everiwas convicted o disobeying or ders Monday and sentenced to four months at hard labor The airman Donald Wheeler across northern Wisconsin UpperiBenjamin Jr 10 Sioux City was Michigan and the northern Great fatally injured Sunday when he Lakes region started to moveifell from a tree and hit his rapidly after a southward during the night jon a clotheshne pole son known to mankind Name With An Appeal President Eisenhower and THREE FUNNELS SIGHTED others have attempted to find a of Cortez Colo also was sent have aucmptw enccd lo tose in pay and re ne for our duced to the rank of basic air italism Various suggestions name capitalism have been made Not long ago it was christened the Peoples Cap italism by the Advertising Coun cil of America an organization of businessmen It was felt this UL UUftlllcooiii lilt nciu icicivcu a L cijiiiaiiwu i Uited u Heavy Rain in Central Iowa as a 515481300 profit had been contemplated General Motors in a statement included in the GAO report re jjected the GAO charges GM Itermed its profits reasonable It jalso noted that its defense profits Ion an overall basis still are sub iject to renegotiation er Tuesday Low Monday night a West Coast and the 60s United Cement Workers Union S FiveDay Iowa Temperatures jwas announced Monday on the will average 4 to 5 degreesleve of new mediation efforts to above normal Tuesday ihroughlresolve a strike which has halved importantjthe nations cement production highsiAs new talks were set with four Normal Eastern firms the union an lows 63 north to 66 south Rainnounced that it had signed with fall will average from around the nth firm since the strike be onefourth inch northwest to i n terms providing tor a 17JS threefourths of an inch hourly wage package at Pa west with locally Cement and Aggregate Co amounts occurring as intermitjSanta Cruz Calif tent showers and thunderstorms throughout the period I airman third Three tornado funnels were class sighted and heavy rain fell at Wheeler contended that he had some places as a line oC thun challenged an order to get at derstorms moved across Iowa white sidewall haircut because late Sunday received a regulation Airj Two Of tne tornado funnels fresh and unstcreotyped view from the eround after bein sghled in our system ears lo crown leaving only the Colfax area near Newton The Advertising Council fvi Qn top Tnc third caused some dam further than attempting to name lhe courlmallial board agc in the Washburn area the system It joined with Yale us vci University in holding a panel n kcd ym which leading professors of ceo to fop nomics law history and icligionj returned its verdict Wheeler imagine any not getting southeast of Waterloo That twister lore the roof off a ma merged with businessmen in an endeavor to evaluate the Peoples Capitalism concept They sought to crystalize an explanation of its CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 chine shed on the J J Dunne wald farm State Highway Pa The charges against Wheeler trolman William B Starr es did not mention haircuts and the Air Force contended it was a routine matter of militarydis cipline caped injury when strong winds blew his patrol car off a road and onto the driveway of thp Dunnewald farm Ncsriy an inch and a half of rain fell in that area The heaviest rainfall re ported was an unofficial seven inches at Lamoillc near Mar shalUown The official rainfall at Marshalltown was 375 inch es but parts of the city got as much as six inches The heavy rain caused a flash flood on Linn Creek at Mar shalltown and the Iowa River rose rapidly there but was ex pected to crest below flood stage of IS feet Members of the Laverne Hus ton family abandoned their home at Marshalltown when the basement walls caved in after four feet of water ran into the basement Many streets be came flooded when storm sew ers were unable to handle the runoff Brisk rains Saturday night and Sunday were reported over much of North Iowa Mason City had 65 of an inch Saturday and another 18 Sunday the first appreciable moisture in several i Monday Hebert called the report shocking He said the instanceMinnesota Partly cloudy cooler SOMERSET Ky bordered on fraud Arrest Suspect in Slaying at Omaha CHICAGO UP Authorities 1 GlobeGazette weather data up jto 8 am Monday sought to Maximum Sunday Minimum Sunday night At 8 am Precipitation extradite YEAR AGO Eipht Somerset teenagers crowded in to a 1941 model car were killed Sunday w h e n a freight train smashed into their auto on the ioulskirts of town weeks The rain brought a wej George Daniel Jones 32 to Ne Maximum come relief from temperatures jbraska to face charges in the Minimum which reached the 90s both islaying of a pretty Omaha nurse days iJones alias John David Phillips GlobeGazette weather data up The slow moving cold front was arrested by the FBI Saturdayjto 8 am Sunday that entered northwest Iowa Inight in a Chicago subway staj Maximum Saturday nearly two days ago picked up ition He surrendered without ai Minimum Saturday nigh speed Monday and was i At 8 am Sunday Jones denied any connection in Precipitation pected to touch off showers and thunderstorms in the southithe shooting death of Rita KapYEAR AGO east half of the slate Monday penman 21 whose body was Maximum and Monday night ifound in her Omaha apartment Minimum   

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