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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 25, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS VOL LX1II Associated and United Presi Full Leasa Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JULY 25 1957 This Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection No 317 House Defeats Sc Aid Program CRBili in New Trouble Amendment Approved WASHINGTON admin istrations civil rights bill wit one key section sheared off by th Senate ran into a new crossfire of dispute Thursday over a pro posed jury trial amendment The jury trial proposal was called up hard on the heels of the 5238 vote by which the Senate late Wednesday ripped out of the Housepassed bill all enforcement authority except that to safeguard the right to vole The measure as it now stands would permit the attorney general to obtain federal court injunctions against violations or threatened violations of voting rights but not to enforce other civil rights Public Places In the latter category under de cisions of the Supreme Court fall racial integration in public school buses swimming pools and other public places Authority to use injunctions to enforce these and other civil rights generally was erased from the bill Wednesday with the adop1 tion of an amendment It was a solid victory for Southern senators who have ar gued for weeks that the bill as it came from the House would permit the federal government Keen Interest in Governor s Stag at Lake AP Wirephoto FINALLY FIND TIME TO WED Jack McCord 74 vearold Alaskaii pioneer watches his bride 66 the former Grace Doering Cleveland lawyer sign their marriage papers in London The couple first met in 1915 but they said this was the first opportunity they had to get married STobeGaiette Staff Writer CLEAR LAKE The first Democratic governor in 20 years going to boost attendance at the traditional political preview Clear Lake Unofficial opening of Clear Lakes Governors Days the sta party of the Association for the Preservation of Clear Lake will ge under way at 6 pm Friday Governors Days honoring Gov Herschel Loveless officially are Saturday and Sunday Climax of that event is the naming of Mus Iowa at the beauty pagent sponsored by the Clear Lake Junior Chamber of Commerce Iowa Jaycees have entered 20 contestants for the honor of representing the state in the Miss America contest at Atlantic City The candidates will appear in bathing suits evening gowns and in talent contests Saturday and day The winner is announced and crowned at the Governors Ball Sunday evening The unofficial opening of the G o v e r n o rs Days each year brings several hundred top poli ticians of the state to the stag party Friday evening The stag is given by the association direc tors and committeemen in honor of the State Conservation Com mission Largest Turnout M C Flier Survives Sea Crash to force racial integration of the schools in their states and im pose other social changes Thirtylour Democrats and 18 Republicans joined to adopt an amendment fay Sen Anderson DNM and Aiken RVt following the crash of his eliminate almost all of trainer tne coastal waters 3 from the measure Thirteen N p Democrats and 2o Re Ideal Weather to Continue but Some Rain in Forecast The idea summer weather of the past several days con tinued in Iowa Thursday But there was a chance of scattered showers as a cool Predominantly Republican in flavor during the 19 years of that partys rule in Iowa politics there was some Question whether the stag this year would bring out the usual attendance Lt Gov William Nicholas Clear Lake settled that matter He look over the task of invitmj the politicos He says the attend Northwood Mother and Son Kiiled 153126 Standing Vote Segregation ssue AP Wirephoto A HAPPY FELLOW Airman 3 C Donald Wheeler Cortex Colo smiles broadly after heing informedhell be released from the Fuchu Japan Air Force Base stockade where he was sent for refusing to get a white sidewall haircut The base commander rejected Wheel ers fourmonth conviction 18year mother DOTHAN Ala An old Northwood Iowa Mrs Robert Made Barker and her monthold son Robert died Wednesday nightas the result of an autotruck accident near here The child was killed instantly Mrs Barker died later at a hos pital Her husband 21 who was driv ing suffered a dislocated hip but About The Weather A Mason City naval air ma told his family by phone Wednes day night simply that he was ance undoubtedly will be the largjwas released Thursday from the front soread into northwest est in history jhospital He is the son of Mr and low Thursday Simoon Cooli The talk unquestionably John Barker Northwood er temperatures alsowere forfijrevoive araimdths a cast Tor northern Iowa Thurs day night and a slight warmup was seen for Friday Mason City Partly cloudy with no important temperature1 change through Friday Chance of a shower or thunderstorm late Thursday night and again Friday afternoon or evening Low Thursday night near 60 Gl Involved in Haircut BULLETIN WASHINGTON House Thursday voted to kill the IVibilliond o i I a r federal schoolaid bill H was a stand ing vote of 153126 and a roll call was begun immediately to determine whether the would stand by this decision WASHINGTON UH The Housa votes Thursday on the IVabillion dollar school construction bill amid predictions the measure will be killed But although many members said privately the measure had no chancerilep SI c Colmell IR P one of those leading the fight for t said he still thought it had bet er than a 5050 chance Opponents during two days oi debate have emphasized the pro grams cost and what they refer to as the danger of federal con trol of schools Those favoring the bill contend that without federal aid many states cannot afford the school rooms needed to educate the in creasing numbers of schoolage I children I Segregation Issut Still to come was the issue ol segregation Rep Waimvright RNY said he would offer an amendment to deny federal aid to school dis TOKYO S Air Forceltricts making no effort to obey Cose Freed special session of the Legislature the Governor will call one or not and if he does what An Alabama man Rudolph Phil High Friday low 80s icommander Thursday threw out ithe conviction of airman who W degree manslaughter Police said he drove a truck loaded with as Iowa Partly cloudy through Frirefused to get a white sidewall day scattered showers and haircut and freed him from a sen thunderstorms northwest Thurs tence of four months at hard la day night Warmer Thursday jbora fine and reduction to Northern publicans voted against the amendment Ballot Hailed Both Anderson and Aiken hailed the vote as increasing the chances for final enactment of the legislation and as diminish ing the possibility of a bitter end Southern filibuster against it Aiken said I think this vote makes the enactment of a work able civil rights bill very likely But Sen Javits who voted against the amendment said the Senates action leaves the bill in great jeopardy I hope those who are really for civil rights will see the jeo as seen tor rnaay T oay nigni muiauoj Dor a s Temperatures Wednesday the members of the General Asphall into the side of the Barker ht low jn 60s Cooler exlremeprivate ranciedI from 76 at Mason City jsembly will do about the tax at T Q i F 1 O 4 n n r Lt JG Bruce E Hill 24 son f Mr and Mrs John E Hill 427 President N W and his ompanion on the flight Lt JG esler L Ludwigsen Chicago vere taken to a Newport air sta ion hqspital for observation Both were apparently uninjured The two were on a routine raining Jflight when an apparent engine flameout caused the jet plane to crash off the entrance o Narragansett Bay about two and a half miles from shore Hill and Ludwigsen freed them selves with ejection levers and a to 83 at Spencer and Council Bluffs Sioux City aram Hickenlooper Too helicopter from Quonset Naval Air Station rescued them minutes pardy of losing one position afte another and rally to support the other provisions of the Hous bill he said Damage Suits Adoption of the amendmcnll left intact another section Ihorizing the attorney general to obtain federal court injunctions against violations or threatened violations of voting rights In addition individuals who felt their right to vote was being de nied illegally could go directly into federal court with damage suits or to seek a restraining or der Other major remaining parts of the bill would create a bipar tisan civil rights investigating commission appointed by the President and establish a civil rights division in the Justice part ment The Senate now goes on to conj sideration of various proposed changes in these sections One ofl the major issues to be resolved is whether there should be a provision for jury trial of per sons accused of contempt of court for alleged violations of in junctions which are secured un der the bill later Hill attended Mason City High School and Iowa State College before entering the Navy Medical Men Rap Smoke Cancer Tatk WASHINGTON univer sity medical mensaid Thursday that statistics suggesting a cause andeffect relationship between smoking and lung cancer are un supported by proof They were Dr Harry S N Greene chairman of the depart ment of pathology of Yale Univer sity Medical School and Dr otliehT G MacDonald clinical professor i n T t ri iiiOo d l tiiti of surgery at the University oil In addition to the Governor and his official family a majority of the General Assembly is expected to attend the stag party Sen B B Hickenlooper also has notified he association that he will keep lis record of unbroken attendance jy flying out from Washington rie Chastain Marysville Calif an intersection of U S a new fourlane highway east Friday 84 and under construction The Barkers were on their wayj showers continued mild to Northwood Barker had re ceived his discharge from the Army at Camp Rucker Ala to 8 am Thursday where they had been living fon Maximum Thc airman 20yearold Donald 1 i i a Cortez Colo was con Mmnesota Clou d y scattered orde He jvicted of disobeying an order He claimed he had only challenged GlobeGazette weather data up jit and said Thursday if given the Supreme Court decision against segregation in the classroom The House killed a school aid bill last year after adopting a similar amendment by RepPow ell Rep Lanham DGa predicted that even if no antisegregation provision is written into the bill the same effect would be obtained the bill is tion or by executive order several months Mrs Barker is the former Ma D C Between the stag party and the crowning of Iowas most beauti ful girl will be a busy program for those attending Governors Days The official program gets under way at Saturday afternoon with the Governors arrival by boat at City Dock The parade through the business district fol sharing Funeral arrangements are in complete at Northwood Minimum At 8 am YEAR Maximum Minimum 76 56 68 87 54 jorder again Id probably refuse it or Id challenge it would not be a legal order I think everyone knows Force officer said theres no School Tuition Rates Up 7i DBS MOINES rates for the coming school year in Iowa public schools will be 7Vi wa Itarent going to get any of the Imoney in the South he said As for future haircuts an Air The House rejected Thursday a substitute proposal under which Birthplace of Atom Age to Disappear CHICAGO birthplace of the atomic age will soon be gone the University of Chicago said Thursday The west stand of Stagg Field 0nger any requirement on whitejthe states would have been al sidewalls prescribed for the j lowed to keep one per cent of Far East Command Honor Guardjthe income tax payments their of which Wheeler was a member citizens make to the federal gov the unit has been disjernment Rep Scrivener RKan banded A white sidewall strips advanced the plan as a substitute the head bare to the crown Legal Col Charles Errors W Johnstone of for a bill to authorize IVz billion dollars in grants to the states for school construction The pro posal was beaten on a 13093 Reno Nev Wheelers base fln which members were not mander tossed out the convictwnirecordcd by namc Southern California Medical School They testified before a House Government Operations Subcom mittee whose chairman RePV0niDleledL Baltnik said at t h ecompieiea 20 contestants for her title The Governor will speak in City Park following the parade andloumvin ithere lear per cent higher than a year agownich sheltered the worlds first State Department of Publicnudear chain rcaction on Dec Instruction said Thursday J1949 ingloriously bow to demi The department announced RDout Aug 10 the moillhlvunivcrsity said A plaque corn he hacl Droce maximum be I dedicaionof the for thc 195758 year n ending the chain reaction 1 TaL Sanitarv District iust Elemcntary 3UmoriwilI be placed on the cleared site Lake Sanitarj District and high school flf thejha start of the days hearing that the tobacco industry has been con lowa law Provldes z formula byfirst miclear reactor which the state department deter The annual Governors Banquet fa h d Set bet will be at 6 pm in the Surf Ballj Jiroom Already more added there would not be o apporlion the money other trial litwould get for school purposes have talked with dei am convinced that he has undergone a change of the House said in a statement I do not intejU f ConJre consider that further trial federal contro interferenca No US Control The Scrivener amendment that each state could de th income tax amcndmcnt REYNOLDS DIES i Jamesiserve the cause of justice the adopted ft was there be r6 attending school in a dis BELLAGIO Italy Jamesiserve the cause ot justice tne concerning school d outside the one of their resiReynolds 65 American authorjterests of the Air Force or the curricuia textbooks l dence land artist died Wednesday individual mstriictional materials for lo fjbanquet breaks up in time for the fi n l TI11 f quiry study h y feeen ing the effects of smoking and what degree of protection is af q h t the waterfronl on iforded by cigarette filters MacDonald said a man would the stageonthelake Following the vaudeville show ihave to smokemore than 100000J be Vcnctian a day to equal relativejd the Miss Iowa candi ly thc cancerproducing dose usedldal ridi ip decoratcd boats A in laboratory experiments on c Surf dose the Iowas two senators split their votes on the amendment matter Bourke Hickenlooper voted with the majority while Thomas Mar tin opposed it LT JG BRUCE HILL mice He said that when the lo5eevenjntj 0f tar was cut in half during such gc1s the honored guests I experiments no cancer resulted carlv Thc break among the mice f which Lt Gov wiiliam H he added on my js jn charRe is at 8 am trapolation a man can t f the gucslswill be taken Suicide Blamed for Blast in Airliner and instructional materials for lo school administration policies Another Atomic Device Exploded ATOMIC TEST SITE Nev WV An atomic device shattered thej predawn stillness of the Nevada t am Thursday with over 50000 cigarettes a day and not be in danger of developing cancer from smoking jby boat from thc north shoreto1 PM Park for the meal 1 Dead 2 Injured in Highway Crash the power of TNT It was the of almost 20000 tons son DODGE was fatally injured and two others hurt late Wednesday in a Union church services are at am in City Park The rest of Sunday will be given j over to the Miss Iowa contest andi jto the visiting which is a large Ipart of the entire celebration The pertalcnt comest for thc girls is at 2 pm at the Surf The coronation jball gets under way at 9 pm LOS ANGELES A my Ierious tiole was ripped in an airliner flying 10000 feel over Californias Mojave Desert Thursday and a passenger was blown to his death Investigators believe the man shot himself and bullet holes so weakened the plane that its side blew out The plane landed safely Its 12 other passengers and crew of 3 were unhurt A hunt was Rank Restored Wheeler was released from the Air Force stockade at Haneda Airj JForce Base where he had been1 confined since Monday night He was restored to his rank of air man 3rd class However Wheeler said Im not going to change any princi MOSCOW Bui Sj u u n eanin called Wednesday for a I pledse from the Euro igohrough all this trouble but not in the case of a real Wheeler said he plans to get a Hoi onlv fresh Bulganin in Bid for Hands Off Pledge by West Hollywood went to the planes washroom soon after it left Las Vegas at am He stayed there until the blasl occurred at Ireguiation haircutthc The blasl was opposite the iA j u ij Th washroom Western said its in vestigators found four bullet holes in the fuselage near the States not to assist any sor who violates peace aggres in Eu edge of thc 4 by 7 foot hoiei contends he alwavs has hadthe The Plea the to first thine Fridav proposal in Bulgamns latest let i T bad to British Prime Minister ihis attitude as the result of a delivered m London 15 An earlier theory that an ex plosion charge might have been jminute mantoman talk with ihis base commander Col Johni stone This had more influence Monday and released in Moscow Wednesday night Most of the 6000word letter OLUllvJp touched off was discounlea jh said than lhree davs in jaiijwas devoted to expressions of re irfnf rvf rrvrol if I n o n o y a 11 between a car hauling lhe at 10 pm when under way for the mans body luuil lilt yiu vini was the 10th shot in thejhouse trailer and another vehicleih beauty of Iowa 17 rtwrxT if finrv c nttr here Mrs John L OConner CuverlQ0vernor Atomic Energy Commissions cur rent test series It was detonated from a balloon 500 feet in the aircjiy ind was fatally injured in The detonation was a closed crash which occurred just in newsmen were barred from thesjde the city limits on U S 169 is announced and crowned by the IAMB CRASH VICTIM WASHINGTON site of the AECs Yucca Flat lestghe died about three hours laterKleclridaivs Mate 3c Wayne M cenler n a iocal hospital Her husband Ewalt Marshalllown Iowa was j The blast was originally set for was in serious condition ane of 10 Navy airmen killed Tues IJuly 17 and then postponed for at a hospital while the driver ofday in the crash of a Neptune pa lecnnical reasons for weather ihe other ear Pat McGuire 25 trol plane off Barbers Point and because a previous lowa was in good conditionHmaii the N a v y announced had precedence over it jwith leg iniuries Thursday The missing passenger is a re tired San Fernando Valley jeweler who flew to Las Vegas Wednesday and boarded the Los Angeles bound plane Thursday morning He had tak en out a round trip insurance policy for with his wife as beneficiary Western Airlines operator ill the twinengine Convair i said S F Binstock 62 North Western said when no signs of he powder any sort of a ncavcn blast were found Western said its theory is that lhe bulk holes so weakened the side of the plane that air pres cabin was pressur it out Binstoek was in ihe wash room so iliat one passen ger became alarmed and was aboul o call a stewardess when Ihe plane was shaken by the big rip d e s c r i b e d as at m Macmillan s note of June 14 to jthe innumerable proposals of iBulganins original letter 1 It would be worth while RETIRING DATE SET WASHINGTON ReiiringiBulganin said for the United Secretary of the Treasury HumStates and the Kuropean powers phrcy will leave his governmentmutually to pledge not to give ipost next Monday The Whitemilitary or economic aid to any House announced Humphreys drstale tlat violates peace in Ku iparlurf dale and said Robert B rope whether or not any of Anderson will he sworn in that pnwcrs have prior Allied morning as Humphreys succcsjtiiitmcnls with the isor I state i 4 4 i JI f i l V   

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