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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 26, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for lheHome CITY G HE THAT MAKES ALL NORTH lOWANS NEIGHBORS Associated Press and United Press FulJ Lease Seven a Copy Hundreds Dead Missing Engulfs Jap MASON CiTY JULY M n Opposes New CR Changes GOP Solons Hear Ike WASHINGTON Wi President Eisenhower was said Friday to have urged Republican senators to oppose any further major changes m ihe civil rights bill under debate in the Senate Sen Young RND said that word was given to GOP senators at a closed strategy session by I gave Sens Knowland RCalif and Dirksen Knowland had breakfast with Eisenhower at the White House earlier but left with out seeing newsmen Young who left the GOP meet ing before it ended told newsmen Eisenhower was quoted as being opposed to jury trial amendments now keiagoffcicd to the bill by Sens OMahoney DWyo and Kefauver Major Goal A requirement for jury trials is the major objective of Dixie forces fighting the Housepassed bill now thatit has been stripped down largely to a measure pro viding for the use of injunctions to protect voting rights Sen Russell DGa said in ad vance of a meeting office however that he thought the Southerners would line up behind an amendment of more limited scope than they would like Such a move would be aimed at strengthening their position in the face of the determination ex pressed by Sen Knowland R Calif and other supporters of the Trapped in Tub For 8 Days SAN FRANCISCO UP A 74 year old widow lay par alyzed in her bathtub for eight days because neighbors were unable to hear her cries for help over the blare of the tele vision set The widow Betty Schardt was rescued Thursday night when neighbors noticed the pile of newspapers in front of her door They called police who entered her house through a window Kyushu Struck Hardest Death Toil to Climb TOKYO UP A Violent storm which in 24 hours dumped 9 OfficeTrWncrMrT thick1 bill to resist any weakening of the righttovote provisions Knowland the Senate GOP leader had an opportunity to dis 0 lluay cuss the situation with President evening said Gil Bovard secre TT v TUVALU iecre Thank God piease give me a drink of water Her Chihuahua dog Keenie a feeble yelp He had no bark left Mrs Schardt said she turned on her television set on the morning of July 18 then went into the bathroom She fell into the tub unable to move In the mornings and late af least 280 persons dead Friday and more than 800 missing or unac counted for There were 109 known injured Relief workers in he area said the government casually figures were conservative They pre dicted he death toll would run into the thousands Tokyo newspaper correspon dents radioed from the flood area Thli Pajwr ol Two SectioniSecUon President Laments School Aid Vote WASHINGTON W The White CRUSHED TO DEATH The body of Carl H Hansen 67yearold Mason City farmer lies covered beside his tractor riansens tractor and trailer skidded out of control Thursday on a gravel road south of Portland and crashed down a 30foot embankment UMIWWU JJ win me UUOU died ternoons when she knew the on Kyushu Island that at least newspaper boys would be at persons died inthe city of Is fh 15 miles northeast of Nag II n iasakJ5 and thafc may perished in Omura a port a few miles away A New Sea A reporter who flew over the area said Isahaya a mountain ringed cIFv of 57000 looked like a new sea with only a few high ssjpoints and roofs visible above the all her might But they heard only the television set The dog ran around the house barking but the TV set drowned him out too Mrs Schardt was taken to French Hospital in very condition water It seemed like someone dumped the contents of a lake on us from a giant barrel Half of lowa Legislature to Be at Stag CLEAR LAKEHalf the mem llull hers of the Iowa General Assemjwere washed away or flooded Criticize Textile Leaders WASHINGTON tto Senate in vestigators testified Friday that of United Textile Work ers funds was misused by top s a h a y a survivor who was dragged to safety from the debris cited theater parties including a 10 sazecy irom the debrisStaff for the Sen choked river that flooded andale Rackets Committee said their poured over the city j audits showed SecretaryTreasur Railroads were washed out orGr Lloyd Kenert charged blocked by landslides Highways of New York lneater tickets 1 i n r were closed Thousands of homes to his union These included tick ets for 24 SlOOanight theater My are expected to attend the 29nch of Jee if BroaoVay hit Days slag Eisenhower at a White House breakfast prior to a closed confer ence of all Republican senators Enforce Rights Eisenhower recently said he op posed providing for jury trials in contempt of court cases arising from injunctions obtained by the tary of the host organization government to enforce v o t i n rights 0lT Various jury trial proposals 6 have been advanced Russell saidi he expects Southern foes of the bill to throw their support one offered by Sen OMahoney head from 52 representatives and 18 senators AH the legislators were invited to attend the annual party given for the Iowa Conservation Commission by the directors and committeemen of the Association accompanying violent d hls head as he heard in disrupted communications rs Aphonse Calabrese areas isolated e i Morlon EHeniS give the tes ns eav Bovard has written many areas isolated except if flm L T li intermittent radio contact More Rain The storm began Thursday morning let up for a few hours ation of Clear late in the day and then in the Placed in evidence was a chart captioned summary of improper use of United Textile Workers of America funds by Lloyd Klenert and Anthony Valente lisled the 500 Expected Two Methodist Bishops Laud GRAHAMS WORK Methodisf a r had Friday for Evangelist Graham who is conducing a crusade in New York They were Bishop Fred P Corson of Philadelphia and Bishop F Ger oineslowa arrived aboard vh VS aS NeW and what it did on a previous occasion for Great Britain it was wll worth while saidBishop Corson His British visit lifted the ssues of morality and religion before the people from eXpecf much Bishop Ensly said Graham had besn a good will ambassa church in Five Convicted in Turnpike Fraud HARRISBURG Pa A Five men were convicted to defraud the Pennsylvania Tun ways ghtay providing for jury trials in criminal contempt cases Russell said that OMahoneys amendment is not entirely satis factory to me because he feels a jury trial should be granted in well survivor at Isahaya T I Sle1 lrte Suddenly an angry bolt of i s havmS been bought by Klenert lightning cut the sky T8 Clayton followed Then the rainsiPaid were such itemsjficial in Sticklers firm and Paul v and ThPr3nCL by buckets full peUy McNeill a turnpike commission v and other state officialsjseemed like someone had dumped r cane Sl5 officer ted8 r COniCnts of a iurC 0lflVamP milk slooi The turnpike case developed ted Association membersja giant barrel Tv set an investigation af er he Sna are As the rain increased VCr JV set Democratic adminSrat on of abandoned mines along the superhigh T 0 otherJmen Yere in the case that Gov George M Leader has said involved one of the greatest public swindles ali convicted were former turnpike commission chairman Se7 ranee former turnpike commis all contempt cases civil as criminal legislation i Russell said that some might be made in OMahonevslallv amendment to make it He said the legal points are highly complicated reported and their personal guests are ex pected to swell attendance at the party to about 600 The party gets under way at 6 watched the i4 IVmAll TTJ i Farmer Crushed to Death Thursday House said Friday President Ei jsenhower is greatly disappointed that ihe House failed to pass a school aid bill The Presidents views were giv en to newsmen by Associate Press Secretary Anne Wheaton less than J24 hours after the House killed a IV billion dollar school aid bill about which Eisenhower himself had expressed some misgivings j When a reporter told Mrs I Wheaton Eisenhower has been sharply criticized on the ground be failed to give strong support to the legislation she said The President has expressed great disappointment that the House did not see its way clear to pass a measure to meet this critical shortage of schools Breakfast Talk Mrs Wheaton did not say wheth er Eisenhower had expressed his displeasure to Republican leaders of Congress but she said I as sume that perhaps there was dis cussion along that line in the Presidents breakfast conversa tion Friday with Sen Knowland the Senate Republican leader Eisenhower had said before Thursdays vote that he was not fully satisfied with the compro mise school aid bill but would ac cept it The measure defeated by a fivevote margin differed in several major respects from an administration bill which would have provided in school construction aid to the states Blames Ike Earlier Rep Kelley au thor of the school aid bill had w j ni n j Lfl Q farm tractor and trailer he was driving skidded on a graver road feat ment Death Other Democratic supporters joined him in partisan criticism int t u rbut two Republicans who also a 30foot embankfavored the bHl disagreed I lay defeat of the bill squarely it f r f J was due to a crushed chest Cerro Gordo County Cor oner J E Christopherson said Hansens body was found about at the feet of the President Kelley told a reporter I think if he had come out with a strong statement we could have pm by Verlyh Gourley 311 we only lost by five votes neighboring farmer Gourley said he saw skid marks leading off the road and stopped to in vestigate Load of Oats Hansen a farmer in this area all his life started out from his farm about l pm with a load of On the other side Rep Freling huysen a strong backer of the bill said I think the President did all he reasonably could do And Rep McConnell GOP floor leader for the bill blamed a combination of things r jwenji u vuiii OL LIllIltS oats he was taking to Portlandifor the measures second defeat TTO tlICT 1T i t He was expected back about 2 pm The accident occurred toward the bottom of a steep hill Inves tigating officers said Hansen ap parently lost control of the trac two years Major Plank Eisenhower has made a federal school aid program a major plank in his legislative platform for Sev eral years But he let it be known earlier this week lie was not en tirely satisfied with the bill the tor and slid over the embank ment Dorn in 1889 jj ALH LUC um IPS Hansen farmed south of PortiHouse was considering although and with his son Alvin He wasihe would sign the measure if Con born Dec 29 1889 in Bath Passed li hip son of Chris and By a 20S203 roll call vote tha P m at the All Veterans Social ers began pouring through DDinlor fining and Gov Leader came into haya YasujiroTachikawaTaidhe o SI fHrom commission former watched the dim outlines J been under Republican 27 Nabbed Nightly for Violation of lowa Speed Limit DES MOINES UP About Hansen He was a motion by Rep administration motorists are being picked to Selma Kelck Dec 22jHoward wSmiln DVa to strike intx r rt m out the enacting clause of the ASithe iam increased Hoodwatmcns 3lliu both f and rnv T aciminis raton ofi27 motorists are being picked up to Kelck wear S4 4n h Came each niSht for violating the states Bath Township ear ran0ma from commission formHv had new 60 mile per hour night speed Surviving are his wife effectki broken houses and O itJiO ill outlines ofidresses and drifting n C uu iuinierjy naa cost and childrens been under Republican control involved in the trial debate were and a S40 completely rk The US Navyi insent a helicopter to Kyushu The stag is the unofficial open ing each year of Saturday and Sunday Governors Days at Clear Lake Highlight of the celebration this year will be the crowning by Gov Loveless Sunday evening of the new Miss Iowa Another Event Another event on the program will be the dedication of the 500000 Clear Lake Sanitary Dis car accident four miles east The ceremony will take St Ansgar Man Badly Hurt in CarTruck Crash OSAGE Carl Stromley 76 St Ansgar was severely injured Thursday afternoon in a truck one mile north of St Ansgar at a county road intersection A daughter Lillian Stromley who was driving the car also was hospitalized here with pelvic injuries Another daughter Diana to the flood area FOR GRIM CEDAR RAPIDS UP services for Dr 84 described as the oldest technical engineering opinions on what was the right way and what fill in old mine limit Highway Patrol Chief Dav id Herrick said Friday Herrick explained this was son Alvin and daughter Mrs Earl Reva Reimers lason City eight grandchildren four rAII About the number the patrol Fred Marble Rock optometrist in lowajfjjj will be held here Saturday prevent future an of the turnpike Sticklers firm was hired pected to pick up during and Emil Mason The WeaJher v up uuLillg LUc JUSL ltiMjn UllA few weeks of enforcement untiljand Chris Charles City three the public gets accustomed to theisisters Sophia Tasesen and Dora Mason City Parti v jnew law He said the new laivjHirffman Mason city and occasionaYsh 5 tojwas decidedly cutting down Frenz Decri stolms through Saturday was not injured The Stromley car which was headed east and a gss truck com ing from the south driven by Lawrence Rosenberg St Ansgar collided at the intersection Both vehicles came to rest in the ditch place in City Park about 3 pm Saturday following the parade Stanley L Haynes Mason City member of the lowa Natural Re sources Council will be master of ceremonies Senator George OMalley Des Moines Democrat will represent the Iowa Senate W L Mooty Grundy County Re publican and Speaker of the House will represent that body The keys to the disposal plant will be turned over to Gov Love and were badly damaged Thejless by a member of the conser leaking gasoline did not ignite ivation commission The Gover Stromley suffered a fractured nor in urn will present the kevs collarbone hnad injuries and sejlo T L Soars president of the concussions Rosenberg wasihnard of trustees of the sanitary cut and bruised district MflO icu UJMdj uecmecuy cuiung down uuennaa Kren Deeri subsurface mine voids bethc speed of drivers at night andlRiver Minn He was preceded in neatn a sixmile section of thehe was very satisfied with thedcath by two granddaughters a1 jnghtotway of the turnpike excompliance with the new law brother and four sisters I tension in Luzerne and Lacka1 Herrick said a total of 458 moj Funeral services will be hold Daftly cloudy with widely wanna counties The contract wastorisfs were arrested for speed2 Pm Saturday at the Patlcrsoni scattered showers and thunder suspended m February 195B andjing from July 4 when the Mason City Chapel storms Friday night and west by the stateiwent into cffectuntil July 21 jRev Leroy Peterson pastor of Saturday Little temperature jthe Hanford Community Church1 change Low Friday night 6070 will officiate Burial will be j Fiveday lowa rcmpcratures will average slightly above normal Saiurriay through next Wednes the work and had received PITTSBURGH An iav formal highs 88 north to 36700000 when the contract wasexpert basted himself and his ANOTHER TRIP 9L soilh Xormal lows 63 north canceled r wife to death in their WASHINGTON UP Secre io 66 solltWarm through Sat The prosecution handled bypavket Thursday night of SlaK John Foster Dulles Dist Atty Huctte F Dowling aicxplosion also claimed the life Friday on a weekend irip to ii A i Mines Department j The firm drilled more than 160000 feet of holes to reach the in Blast iree Dead Set Off PITTSBURGH explosives ht 6670 Memorial Park C e m c I f r y Friends may call at the chapel j until the time of services TAPAIVESE FLOOD AREA 4U rt j CltltCS et inemajor points on Kytislvn Islanrt the southernmost major is anr of Japan vvhirh WOKP i P mcn at Jhc SwlHiall day drowning hmidmls iaii u i vii nuuue r uownng lanneu me me rnuay on a wecKcnfl inp to Republican and Special sveaiold girl happily lickingget acquainted with Canadas new Atty Gen Vincent G Panati aian ice bar Seven otheripnmc minister John G Dicfen Democrat maintained the werc injured in had intended lo continue the whch rocked the until it had received 19i milisidc business section about one lions i mile from midlown I The dead are Arthur DePew AN INSIDE JOB his wife Elaine 18 and Lindai DAVENPORT UP SheriffKraus Pete Wildman didnt have to o very far Friday to servr warrants KILLED IN CRASH on two men charged with assault FUERSTENFELDBRLTK mlent tn commft robbery nwiiy UPV Air Force Lt John hav been v s een llmmty Jalare charged with killed in an automobile accident robbing another inmate ifhe air force said Friday urday Turning cooler late Sun day or Monday Warmer again by Wednesday Rainfall w i 1 1 average onehalf inch north and west to onequarter inch south cast occurring Saturday or Sunday and again on Monday Minnesota Showers warmer GlobeGaetlc weather data up ho S am Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 74 Precipitation 01 VKAR AGO SAME DATErlS5383 Minimum   

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