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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 1, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or tho Horns VOL LXI1I MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N E W S P A P E R T H A T M A K E S A L L N p R T H 1 0 W A N S N E I G H E 0 R S Associated Press and United Full Lease Wlrei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 1 1957 HOME EDITION MASON CITY DOlLAt Paper Consists oi Four 311 Subcommittee to Pro Lan AFTER BRAKELESS RUM DOWN MOUNTAIN Trucker Admits Hes Lucky to Be Alive TJN10NTOWN Pa A truck driver who skillfully drove his brakeless vehicle at an 85 miles an hourTdown a curving mountain road without denting a fender said Thursday hes mighty lucky to be alive State Trooper Reu Silbaugh a man with nerves to match those of Glenn Switzer Fairmont Neb agreed with Switzer So did nearly a score of motorists who scattered out of the path of the truck carrying 40000 pounds of sugar from Baltimore to Chicago Wednesday night Switzer 28 had just started to descend the threemile Summit Mountain hill on Route 40 when his clutch failed Then his brakes failed By this time he said he was really rollin Just then Trooper Silbaugh came along on routine in the opposite lane of traffic He quickly swung his car around sped past Swilzers rolling truck and kept his siren roaring Motorists scattered I was thinking about jumping a couple of times but then I looked at the speedometer Switzer related The last time I looked I was rocking along about 85 miles an hour and I just said to myself Man youre crazy if you jump So I decided to rideher out Trooper Silbaugh breezed into the little community of Hop wood at the bottom of had everyone out of the way when the tractortrailer roared into town f had brushed my truck against the hillside a times and slowed her down to about 70 miles and hour Switzer said When I got into Hopwood there was a little grade and that slowed me up Then I saw a muddy path alongside of the road and I just pulled over and stopped Switzer father of five children collapsed and was treated for shock Gluck Case Has Capital Pondering Ceylon Envoy in Middle WASHINGTON case of Maxwell H Gluck new US envoy to Ceylon had the capita pondering anew Thursday an old political question Just what part should campaign contributions play in federal appointments As in the past opinions varied For example President Eisenhower told his news conference rather heatedly Wednesday that he would never thinkof giving a government job to a man on the basis of his fi nancial contributions to the Re publican Party But the partys top spokesman Chairman Meade Alj AI that campaign AFTERMATHOF STORM Three inches of rain fell toward compromising contributions should not bar the m less than an hour at Dubuque Wednesday night and comniamis tho Orders for Reforms to Teamsters AFLCIO Plans Next Moves WASHINGTON AFLCIO eaders plan lo order the giant Teamsters Union to carry out spe cific reforms to avoid ouster from the federation This was learned Thursday from top AFLCIO officers who explained a third postponement by the federations Ethical Prac tices Committee of hearing on charges the Teamsters are cor ruptly dominated The charges are based on disclosures before f h e S en a te R a ckets In ves tig a ti ng Committee These officials denied any sug the new delay represented Love I and Dealing GOP in Blast the scatteredbrinks are part of more than a halfblock of roadway which was torn up by the onrushing waters The bricks were carriied three blocks by the torrent donor from consideration for government job MeeHng Called The Senate Foreign Relations Committee summoned Undersec retary of State Christian A Her ter lo a closed door meeting to explain administration policy in choosing its ambassadors Gluck the cause of it all con tinued Lo hone up on Ceylon and related matters at his temporary headquarters in the State Depart ment The new envoy a businessman and heavy GOP campaign con tributor told the Foreign Rela tions Commmittee that he didnt know the name of the Ceylon prime minister and couldnt pro nounce the name of the prime minister of India Studies Names Gluck told reporters at an im r iui5cniuu ut Duuaijesi Miiet las promptu news conference at the November of instructing those ari State Department to loot the governments that he has gone over the namesheligious affairs office during the lo of Ceylonese officials a numberjantiRussian revolt last fall j of times and has them down pretty well The new ambassador inpri vate life a Kentucky horse All About The Weather Reds Round Up Priests in Hungary BUDAPEST Hungarys Communist government struck out Thursday at opponents in the Roman Catholic Church announc ing the arrest of what it called a major group of counterrevolu tionary priests The Interior Ministry in a state ment also accusedJosef Cardinal nCT Mindszenty a refugee in the U S Minnesota Scattered heavy Legation in Budapest since last showers continued hot tAUg jNoveraber of instructing thnsp ar Mason City Fair io partly cloudy continued hot with oc casional showers and thunder storms through Friday High Friday 9297 Low Thursday night 6870 Iowa Fair to partly cloudy con tinued hot through Friday Chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms extreme northwest Friday afternoon Low Thursday night 6875 AFLCIO complaints against the i millionmember truck driver organization the nations largest labor union New Date Rather it was said the Team sters now have been given a new date Aug 28 as a final one to reply to the charges and tell what reforms are planned After that the AFLCIO leaders privately the federation plans to issue specific orders on what the Teamsters must do if GIRARD AT SHOOTING SCENE William Girard 21 Ottawa 111 soldier TeftT stands witKhjs Japanese civilian and Army legal advisers as they discuss the de tails of the shooting incident at the Somagahara firing range 80 mileswestof To kyo Japan Girard will go on trial iri Japan later this month on a charge of cans ing the deathof a Japanese woman on this range Windsor Denies Role in World War II Nazi Plot FROM OCR WIRE SERVICES of blocking then President Frankfillumine Hitlers years 0t uiocmng tnen Frankillumine Hitlers years 19831945 nor l WASHINGTON A grandioseUn D Roosevelts renominationiForeign Minister Joachim von We STazi plot in 1940 to put the DukeiOf this 3160000 allegedly went forRibbentrop emerges as the f Windsor back on the Pennsylvanias eonventermind of the Finksnf winrlsnr Th at Malone FROSt OLJR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES Gov Herschel C Loveless said Thursday a con gressional subcommittee agreed to conduct an investiga tion in Iowa of a controversial land purchase made by the Iowa Highway Commission Loveless also said he was in estimating other questionable and purchases by the commis ion The Governor made the ments as a political freeforall eveloped over his disclosure of he a purchase of a 75acre tract of land hear and for an interstate nterchange Issue Blast The Republican members he commission Robert KBeclc Centerville Russel F Lundy Des Moines and Chairman Chris Larsen Jr Sioux City mean while issued a blast at Loveless and Democratic Commissioner Cecil Malone Atlantic charging that both men are too hasty in their judgment of the purchase and spoke without knowingall cfae facts Perhaps theyre guilty shooting from the hip the Re publican statement said Beck Lundy and L a r s e a charged Malone grossly illad vised the Governor and proven that he is incapable of interpret ing and analyzing even the plest set of facts Public Hearing After only 30 days on the com mission and after attending only jtwo meetings they said Malone wants to substitute his judgment for the commissions its engineers and the U S Bu reau Public Roads They added It looks like we have a new Democratic candidate for nor in the person of Cecil Malone We wonder where that leaves Loveless LUC 4 erf maici 1UU61 UO they want to remain in the a been votes rtf lupalpr in tnn rlnrMimontc T of unions Such demands would have to come from the AFLCIOs power ful policymaking Executive Coun cil which has scheduled its next regular meeting for Aug 12 ivealed in top secret documents Tainted Source captured by the Allies and justj The British government labeled Special Meeting But since the Teamsters hear u u has been rescheduledfor 28 a special meeting of the made public The papers are among 415 Ger man messages and reports un veiled Wednesday night simultan eously by the U S State Depart nfeht and the British Foreign of fice They also report a 5250000 pay ment by an American oilman to the documents as necessarily a much tainted source It said Windsor never wavered in his loyalty to the British cause The Duke himself called the part about him complete fabrication a ad gross distortions of truth The Democratic National Corn termind of the Duke of Windsor ploT RTBBenlrop later was hanged as a war criminal Ribbentrops Story The plot as recited by Ribben trop went this way On July 11 1940 Ribbentrop sent a message to the Nazi en voy in Spain Eberhard von Stohrer saying the Duke thenin Madrid should be informed of Germanys plan to use him in peace negotiations The Nazi The dispute centered on tha question of whether a public hear ing was held before the commis sion purchased the land at the site of a cloverleaf which would connect U S 6 and U S 75275 when they are rebuilt into super highways Loveless and Malone a Love less appointee to the commission charged Wednesday that the land was purchased about a month be fore a public hearing was held at breeder and operator of a chain The statement charged the car dinals secretary the Rev Albert Egon Turcsanyi took part in the looting at the head of an armed group Max i mum Minimum At 8 a m They shipped the secret docu ments to Mindszenty the minisi itry ssid of womens clothing said he now can pronounce the last name of India Prime Min ister Jawaharla Nehru However he said wrinkling nisi Turcsanyi Jailed brow that to try to recall the The Budapest press reported first name of the prime minispreviouslythat Father Turcsanyii ter of I n d i a even now is nois in jail i cinch I The statement said the group ofi The mustached 57y e a also included Istvan businessman sat behind a deskjbodi a fourthyear theological and a stack of books including I student Pal Lieszkovsky identi Economic Development of Ceyfied as a lieutenant colonel under Ion the dictatorship of proNazi Admi I never felt as important inJNichoias Horthy Fathers Imrej my life he said jVargu Antal Kukla and several Gluck who contributed nearlyjolher priests j to the GOP last year tind The total number arrested was about in 1952 said he waslnot announced The statement surprised when he was appointedsaid they would go on trial short ambassador to Ceylon I dontlly in Budapest Municipal Court1 Central Seminary The announcement said the rebel priests had their headquart ters at the Central Theological Seminary in Budapest Their ac jtivitieswere said to have started the outbreak last October and to have become very great YEAR AGOt Maximum Minimum 93 65 74 73 61 is Planned about ment b an American oilman to inc negotiations me isazi u ti M t t ro o lav Sow UKJ Democratic groups with the no record of plan was to keep the the SI W o incanv such contributions as were I Duke and the wife for whom he01 V b V i u cim imnnfinnffi in XD had ntu paid WHS higher the Ohio Man Killed in Iowa Crash know who suggested it he said Des Moines Couple Takes Own Lives DES MOINES UP The before laVl October bodies of a Des Moines couple and to have were found late Wednesday in a at that time to demands The corruption charges based on Rackets Committee dis closures that Teamsters President Dave Beck and other leaders en riched themselves with union funds and otherwise misused un ion powers Beck has announced he wont eeK reelection at the teamsters o IVasnm me unuen stales papers sain coin convention and James R Hoffa ajcurye on about a mUedividedintervene or stay oufdence of astonishment jTeamsters vice president of here a prime ajm of Ritler Enmeshed in Convention mentioned in the Nazi papersjhad abdicated the British thronei And it noted Pennsylvania cast allthree years before in a of its 72 votes for Roosevelt on area of Spain until he could be5 4 V1 the first and only presidentialused as an intermediarv oeiweed The three Republicans said a ihof tne two warrnw nations hearing on the project actually me nations hed Qct 3 1956 Council July 2o stohrer messaged BRlffs and thatMaIone searched that a Spanish mterjth m t determine the ballot that year nAirrAAm T Tne German documents cover OAKLANDIowa Wl Ronald the period June 23Aug 31 1940 Durand 22 Cleveland Ohio waslFranCe had fallen in a sixweek n n u a xwee killed Thursday when the car heiblitzgrieg Britain braced for in it a c rffttTin rr in n was driving jailed to to the Duke and Duchess J ivasion The United States was The papers said both gave di teamsters vice president from south of here And a prime ajm f Enmeshed in Conventior on th r J Detroit is his heir apparent Durands wife Terry and was to ke America neu appeared to be com at a heaung on the L S 6 east other passengers Arthur Duranditral jpletelv enmeshed in the d and Charles Kisonharih all nf u If ve Advised of the Republican state facts about the Loveland ex pand interchangs s included in a hearing on the northsouth U S 75275 route not at a hearing on the U S 6 east RECORD STRENGTH DES MOINES UPlThe lowaily g Highway Patrol reached an allin Council Bluffs jlime record strength nf 272 men Authorities said the auto struck Thursday as 36 new officers werean embankment after leaving the sworn in ihighway jpletely enmeshed in the conven nd were renorted in fair i I uH3 Uauff the about the Council Bluffs na were repoiieam tairpart of an historical project to voy reported They rephedhprinir i rpnlipri condiion at a Hospla jjthat according to t h lydid they Charles Gitv Trurkpr i Iu n 11S uTdno be thfi Atantic to e Vnari65 Viry J rUCKer possible after the abdication ah1ish thp snftt for t Senate Votes 890 to Take Up Urgent Financial Matters WASHINGTON Senatemess again when the Senate com parked car along the Des Moines River in PolkCounty The couple was identified as AP Wirephoto FACES Rij racketeer Johnny Dios former bodyguard went before he The present Hungarian Catholicj Senate Rackets Committee witness The jvoJcd 890 Thursday to take up jfor final action a bill carrying money to run the armed services Jin the 12 months which started July It did so shortly after the White House said the Defense Depart ment and some other agencies might not be able to meet their pletcs action on the defense money bill The plan was o adopt a similar he s Is Driver of Month Afler six vveeks nf plot IS Driver or Month counterplot the Duke and confuse fhe mah DES MOINES UP Robert left for the Bahamas jthe L s Bureau of Putuc Roads Starkey 41 Charles City Thurs One document said Windsorsaid tnal there was no legai re jday was named driver of theiclaimecl that Churchill threatjruircnient to a public hear month for July by the IowaieRed him with a court martial ifing prior to a land purchase made Motor Truck Assn he refused the post The Nazijin a rarai area A hearing was Starkey who believes a sensimmisfcr ln Lisbon quoted only when the route went blc speed is the biggest factor injDuke as saying any disobcdiencejthrough or bypassed a city town safe driving has driven 750000 would disclose his intentionsjor village accidentfree miles over a 3oPrematmly bring about a The Republican highway com jyear period Starkey is and deprive him of hismissioners contended however i h v t a f TT n 1 nj n H i Co procedure for the Agriculture De partment money bill Both are compromise versions a r ea d y passed by the House and needing only a final Senate okay to send them to the White House Neither payrolls unless the Senfaced major opposition Thursday as a Joseph Groesz h a sj committee is ed Coohs51 and his wife following a more which Chairman 49 tory Policy than Cardinal Minds Ark said will sljow that Team The Polk County sheriffs toward the CommiHiist re sters Union boss James R Hof fice said their deaths came It has formed an organiza fa in a corrupt rlcal with Dio ing a doublesuicide A noxiblcjtion called Opus Pacis1 I h e sought and may haveachieved v m thatmrasurp anrfal steel tubing ran from Ilie exhaustwork ofpeace to cooperate with siranRlchold power over the jlcmpovarily displaced the thpr hnk rfnrim pipe oMhe leflU9 Commumstorganized peacej Port of New York ancithe en rights bill But it viJJ recSs in thedvHi evidence acted on pending money bills Sen Morse DOrc was one of CDi stymied by the civil rights dethosc who voted to take up jbate defense money bill Earlier in the Approval of the motion to takeAVCck ne nad objected when lead up the defense appropriation m England jthat the commission made it a The statements of the to hold public hearings included an expression of 1 even though not required to do so admiration and sympathy for the by federal law fuehrer the papers said j Another message from the minister in Lisbon said Windj sor was convinced war c o u I dj have been avoided had maincd on the throne he re rear windowdeputies said movement 1 tire Eastern Seaboard tically become the pending busijrightsdebate SAME 406 BUck death n HOSPITAL REPORT CHICAGO mil lion persons approximately one ith of the nations population i were ad mil ted to hospitals as pa jtjcnts last year the American Hospital Assn saidThursday BULLETIN WASHINGTON Sen Me Cletlan DArk said Thursday the Teamsters Union apparent ly paid the expenses of former heavyweight champion J o Louu when Louis came to Washington in midJuly and at tended James R Haffaj brib ery trijil V   

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