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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE N W S P A E R T H XT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Preu and United Press Full Leau Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 30 1957 This Paper Coniists ot Two Ne 311 Cement Industry s Strikes ear Leopold Is Denied Freedom Decision by Gov Stratton CAISSON LEAVES PALACE The caisson carrying the body of assassinated President Carlos Castillo Ar mas moves slowly from the presidential palace at Guate mala as the funeral procession gets under way Armas AP Wirephoto was slain Saturday by a palace guard who later turned his rifle on himself Eight other guards with alleged Communist affiliations have been taken into custody Resource Law Is Argued IDA GROVE nature o issues covered by Iowas new water resources law were pointed up here Monday when the first hearing on irrigation applications To Let Contract ior First BTOM MERCHANT SHIP WASHINGTON Iff The government plans to let the con tract for building the first atomicpowered merchant ship early this fall and have it at sea in 1960 This was announced Tuesday at a meeting called by the Atomic Energy Commission the Maritime Administration and the Commerce Department and attended by representatives of the maritime industry Clarence G Morse maritime administrator said the time table calls for laying the keel for the ship in the spring of 1958 Launching should follow a year later he said Chairman Lewis L Strauss of the AEC said the projected passengercargo ship will carry to all corners of the earth the idea of President Eis errhower forrhe peaeeu4use nf atomic energy Among other features the plans call for a 350000mile range with the first load of nuclear fuel Refueling would be expected in about three years Disarm Debate Spurred Dispute Settled Logjam Is Broken SPRINGFIELD HI William G Stratton Tuesday denied thrill slayer Nathan Leo jpold executive clemency Strattons decision meant that Leopold the rich and brilliant college boy who helped murder Bobby Franks in the cnniejH the century in 1924 will have to serve out his present 85year sentence Leopold had asked Stratton to cut his term to 64 years which DOUBLE EVENT When Mrs Romie Lewis 41 would have freed him with time Vandercook Lake Mich gave birth to a son off for good behavior next Dee AP 110 under the new act was held The applications heard were those of three farmers who want a 10year permit to pump up to 100 million gallons of water from the Maple River between May 1 and Nov each year for irriga tion purposes The three fanners operate 94C acres of landThey are John Cord of near Danbury with 200 acres and a 52000 investment in irriga tion equipment Otto A Rogge and his son who have 500 acres and a equipment invest ment and Louis and Peter Schau brothers with 240 acres and an estimated 58042 in equipment Affects Fish Life Among protestors at the hearingbe legally questionable and up to was Harry Harrison biologist for Norman Erbe said Tuesday Indictment Su to Decide Legality of Klemme Nudist Camp Some Hope However Stratton held out slim hope for the possible future release of Leopold through may of State John Foster Dulles started d L w alks with Western delegationi tiUon for a renearing of eaders Tuesday in an attemptU ttime he desires to inject new life into the dragIf in opiniDnol the mem mg London of the Parole and Pardon Board a rehearing is warranted Before they met Moscow radio his name wai be placed on a sub blasted Dulles for coming here sequent docket for a hearing ana and predicted he would throw a tljen further consideration will be monkey wrench into the works given hiscase on the question o Meeting With Dulles cti paroi ish Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd arid the chiefs of the West under supervision in communit life the Governor said Orville she became a mother and grandmother the same day Her daughter Mrs Cleo Warren 21 also gave birth to a son Ricky a few hours earlier at the same hospital Mrs Lewis the mother or rather the grandmothers son thus becomes the brother of the mother whose son is the nephew of the oh well you figure it out ern delegations involved in the Public Opinion 4monthold talks in the U N In announcing his denial o disarmament subcommittee JLeopolds plea Stratton said the board had the conclu sion that they would not be war the Iowa Conservation Commis sion Harrison said the commis sion is going to oppose such appli cations for irrigation wherever they are made He said every gallon of water taken from a stream affects fish life in it or in one of the larger streams into which it empties The hearing was held before Richard L Rick acting water commissioner for the Iowa Natur al Resources Council Sewage Plant Rogge said he and his son wish to comply with the law and wil accept whatever water is granted but he asked Are we going to operate under a controlled econ omv or a free economy Long Session They included TJ S delegate1 Harold Stassen Britains Cmdr FROM OIJR WIRE SERVICES Alan Noble Jules Moch of France DES MOINES The operation of a nudist camp in Iowa Johnston of Canada a jury io decide Atty Gen The Foreign Office talks fol a 3Vzhour morning session In a long opinion to Hancock County Attorney G W Templejbetween Dulles and Stassen at ton Garner who had raised the question the attorney general U S embassy Dulles had We are of the opinion that the return of an indictment or with Lloyd Monday formation based upon the facts which you describe would he in at Winfield House residence 17MontlvOId Girl IsRescuecTFrom Bottom of Old Well cordance with the social concept found in the statute and in the in terpretation thereof by the Supreme Court i The situation arises out of a nui dist camp called LaDell Park es tablished by LaVerne Velau on a farm near Klemme When Han cock County authorities ques tioned the legality Velau agreed to stop operating until the legal situation was cleared up Court Ruling Small Turnout for Wisconsin Election MILWAUKEE Wis about onefourth of Wisconsins 2300000 eligible voters were ex pected to vote Tuesday in a spe cial primary election to pick nom inees for the seat vacated by the late Sen Joseph R McCarthy U S Ambassador John Hay Whitney Another Try It w a s understood Dulles in tended to urge the Western dele gates to make another powerful attempt to reach agreement with the Russians at least on Presi dent Eisenhowers open skies plan ANDERSON S C W We oughta everyone give a big cheer for God right now shouted someone in the crowd The crowd roared in agreement as a weary man climbed out of the 40foot well shaft carrying 17monthold Yvonne Beasley in his arms The baby had fallen into a 35foot abandoned well Shes okay yelled rescuer Red Roberts But for four terrible hours Monday night no one coujd be sure 17monthold Yvonne Beasley would come out alive Her 3yearold brother Richard David wept with his parents begging for his sister to come out of the hole Richard and his chubby brownhaired blueeyed sister werej in the yard Monday eveinour crease ning while their mother Mrs JI Union Concessions Construction engineers the nation moved Tuesday toget major building projects foiling again as crippling strikes in the cement industry ended or were nearing an end Employes at the Lehigh Porf and Cement Co in Mason City started back totheir jobs Tues day morning Twoday negotia tions ended a strike that had closed the plant since July 2 Other plants among the 71 across the nation which were closed by strikes were falling in line one after another the As sociated Press reported At one time 16000 workers were idle George W Hannaman manag er of the Mason City plant said the settlement will give workers 136 cent an hour general wage ncrease The company and Local 106of he United Cement Lime arid Gypsum Workers Union reached agreement Monday night he said Other Benefits Other employe benefits in the new contract 1 A shift differential increase at the rate of 8 cents an hour for overtime shift and 12 cents an hour for night shift 2 Four week paid vacations after 30 years employment ef fective July 1 1957 four week after 25 years em ian 1 1958 3 One and onetenth time for Sunday work 4 Paid holidays to be counted as days worked for the purpose of computing overtime 5 Double time for work in ex cess of 12hours in one day 6 Contract made retroactive lo May 1 including 10 cent an There was no indication when NATHAN LEOPOLD B Beasley fixed supper Richard came running in the house crying Sister fell in the State Also to Patrol Secondary Roads DES MOINES Wi Gov Her1 hole and got hurt the 28year schel Loveless said Tuesday hejold mother said plans to have state highway pa1 I ran out but I never thought trolmen travel secondary as welljof the old well pipe Its away as primary roads after the exjfrom the house and covered with pansion ofthe patrol from 225 to a bucket held down by a 12pound Hanaaman said the new con tract terms differ with the origi nal union demands in two re spects The union had asked the contract made retroactive to May 1 with the 136 cent an hour wage increase included he said Also the union had demanded a clause would not allow the company to contract work in supply or our sewage treatment Erbe added plant The plant empties into the it is for the jury to determine Maple jwhether the facts described are Arthur R Johnson Ida Grove lewd obscene or indecent pose and an independent city attorney said no 10year per mits should be issued Therell probably be applications all along the Maple River he said We wont know for eight or 10 years how much water will be taken from the river and what the ef fect will be on ali of us The attorney general said the Iowa Supreme Court has ruled that the designof the statute isj to prevent evil and indecent exi amples intending to corrupt pubj lie morals j The high court has also said thej phrase the indecent jhas a well settled and commonly accepted signification It means the exhibition of such parts of the person as modesty orj a sense of selfrespect requires to he kept usually covered Married Couples Templeton asked also whether Erbes answer would be different 275 completed Thursday Istone I ran right past it jor if Dulles would meet withranted in recommending that ex1 He said traffic fatalities on sec I ran into the front yard andjlhe plant to other companies as 1 londarv roads are running 45 per then back again and then I heardlong as the plant had proper cent higher than last year while her crying and calling Mommyjcqiupment and personnel to per deaths or primary highways arelmommy mommy jform it The union dropped thit No Close Neighbors jdemand Hannaman said ran out in the road and tried Lehigh was represented in the top a car We dont have by Lew Liphard Allenlovvn iphone and there arent any 6m jbors close I ran and screame jbut nobody would stop I guess j they thought it was some family ifight Moscow demands action either way county George West Is Charged With Destroying Reeds George West Des Moines pro moter of the Venetian Village project at Clear Lake was f JiJ A O changed Monday afternoon by in the event a nudisl group was Harold Raster Ventura with desjcomprised in whole or in part of nrnnprtv Wpst i i troying public property West was rnmarried individuals p opinion would be the same in the Justice court ho comprised m Raster filed information in visons court Monday charging West with cutting bullrushes and reeds under the supervision of the State Conservation Commission An appearance date has not been set according lo Scrvison BLAST DELAYED LAS VEGAS Nov verse wind conditions have forced the Atomic Energy Commission lo call a 24hour postponement of the llth nuclear blast in its sum mer test series whole or in part of unmarried in dividuals This is another fact that could be considered by the jury Velau has said nudism was practiced at his place only by married couples Erbe said he proceeded with the ruling even though Velau closed his camp because of considerable All About The Weather Mason City Fair to partly relations at i home office Pennsylvania Settlement The settlement here was the Finally after about 20 that ended a strike Mon a car stopped and a woman gotjday at the National Atlas Cement out and came with me Her Northampton Pa Lehigh cloudy continued quite warm through Wednesday Slight chance of shower or thundcrj band went to phone the firemenJValleys largest plant Observ We ran to the well but believe terms of the settle couldnt even see Yvonne But lament at National Atlas will be shower High Wednesday T i c n the whole time Low Tuesday night 6viO icould hear her crying She criedadopted everywhere Hannaman said a small crew1 Minnesota Showers warm The Bcasleys live about sevenwas on the job Tuesday at Iowa Fair to partly dourly not miles from town on a little road the Mason City plant It will be much change in temperaturesoff the highway The young few days before we start roll through Wednesday Low Tuescr was alone because her husband ing again he added day night 6572 was going to a GI class at the At one time the Lehigh strike Anderson High School He washere affected about 670 workers jsummoned home J270 in the plant and 400 on a S12 Oxygen Piped In million plant expansion project j v v i frtt to 8 a Maximum Minimum At 8 am Y Maximum 77 UlleT feet deep and reSine lines and back to work I moved a section of pipe and an Work Hampered old bucket stuck in the pipe joint Construction Supt J W Matth to reach her ews has said results of the strike e Gaettc weatrer data up Oxygen Piped in muuuii yian m Tuesday The child was wedged almost atjWhen Local 106 threw picket lines 88 ihc bottom of the narrow drillaround the plant July 2 the con 65 ipipe of the old well Doctors suslruction workers refused to cross 79 Ipervised piping oxygen to Last week however about j while drilling experts bored a construction men went through Minimum 55 AT Wiicphotn nis camp oecause 01 consmeraoie WTI i L n T n public interest in the matter The BUSINESS BLOCK Damage qstimalecl at a million dollars was caused legalityof nudists camps in lowai when flames destroyed business buildings on both sides of Fourth Street San Ha has never hccn decided and stilij facl Calif Some of the 250 firefighters from a half dozen nearby cities are shown wasnt by Erbes ruling here as they battle the fire The doctors said she just had would probably hamper work on SAME a few scrapes Mrs Beasleyrthe project even after the cement said She was just dirty and hunjworkcrs went back to their jobs tgry They gave her warm milk i He estimated more than half she jhcrc at the hospital idled construction workers left the i The rescue here was similar toijob as the strike progressed that of 7yoarold Benny Hoop the strike ended Tuesday WHS or Manorsille NY who wasthcsecond to hit lchiah in Ma irapped near the bottom of a 24son Ciiy within tho last foot well shaft in Ihc hack yard Prior Irvfhn striko Lehigh Island homefor 212paying a base rate of Si75 hours last May 1617 Ihour and a lop wage of 2tl   

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