Mason City Globe Gazette, August 3, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 3, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBORS OME VOL LXII1 Associated Press and United Press FulJ Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY AUGUST 3 1957 This Ptper Consist of Two Ona No 315 Man Admits Slaying Widow at Bluffs Russia Studying Latest D isar U S Idea Unfair by Reaction Reds As Expected Dulles on Way Home LONDON UP Secretary o State Dulles outline of a two part Western plan for air am ground arms inspection of the So viet Union and most of Nort America and Europe has drawn a cautious first reaction from th Russians Dulles flew back to Washing ton to report to President Eisen bower after terming the Sovie reaction not as bad as had bee feared and about as good as ha been hoped Soviet delegate Valerian Zori told the U N DisarmampntSab committee the plan presented Fri day by Dulles would receive care ful study But he suggested that it was unfair to Russia and fa vored the West Under the Western proposals Russia and the West would ex change permission for inspectors to searchon the ground and by air for warlike moves First Area MASS OF COOLER AIR ASSURES A FINE WEEKEND Iowas 90degree weather of the last week was shat tered Saturday as a mass of cooler air slowly moved across the state from the northwest The mercury dropped a full 10 degrees between 4 and S am in Mason City as the cool front arrived forcing light lyclad sleepers tograb for the sheets The weatherman indicat ed the cooler trend would remain at least through Sunday giving indications that the weekend would be ideal for outing enthusi asts Some scattered thun dershowers are possible however Steamboat Rock reported a halfinch of rain early Saturday Fridays high in Mason City was 93 while Lamoni had the state maximum of Crash Is Fatal to Osage Man J A Rogers Is Victim British Moving Ground Troops Into Arabia Area A Bert Rogers 77 a retired Osage farmer wa killed instantly Friday evenin in a carpickup collision on High way 9 two miles west of here He was thrown to the pavement Rogers was alone in his pick up which was struck from the rear by a car driven by Dale Squier 27 of near Orchard Squier who also was alone is hospitalized at Mitchell Memorial lospital here He is suffering rom shock has a possible concus sion and abdominal injuries Unable to Stop Sheriff Harry Horn said Rogers apparently slowed down quickly to make a turn and Squier was unable to stop in time Further details of the accident were un available he said because Squier was semiconscious The pickup which overturned was a total loss the sheriff said MANAMA Bahrain READY TO TAKE ON ALL COMERS Freddy a new white mouse pet owned by Joe Reynolds 7 Dallas Tex shows the stuff that hes made out of as he bravely stands up against two other of Joes friends a pair of AP Wirephoto Siamese cats The felines werent in a fighting mood merely wanted to get better acquainted Now Joe is thinking about renaming the mouse Tiger Fire Wrecks Supermarket at Newton The first proposed area would aground troops and armored cars take in all the Soviet Union North j Saturday moved by sea and air America above the Rio Grandelinto revolthit Muscat and Oman and Europe except for a fringe o aid the proBritish sultan of Ireland and southern parts of Spain and Portugal Italy Alban ia Greece and Turkey Or under an alternate plan Russia coukl agree to inspection of the Arctic area plus two pie shaped segments with points at the North Pole This would in clude most of Europe from Ire land to the Urals on one side and Alaska to Russias Kamchatka Peninsula on the other The subcommittee composed of Britain France and Canada in addition to Russia and the United States will meet again Tuesday Zorin complained that the pro posals did not allow for Soviet in spection of Western bases in Ja pan North Africa East and elsewhere the Middle Another So viet spokesman later said the main threat to Russian security Reports from London said a de tachment of Scottish Highland troops already had entered the sultans restive Arabian peninsula domain A Foreign Office spokes man said the troops were being used in support of the sultans forces Reports reaching the British capital said seasoned Cameronian troops had reached Ibri a fort in side Oman still loyal to the sul tan The rebels have claimed the fort manned by Britishled Oman scouts had been surrounded Air Vice Marshal L F Sinclair commander of British forces in the Persian Gulf disclosed that a small number of British armor and foot troops would support the sultans forces in their attempt to regain rebelheld territory Sinclair sid the RAF will con The car was damaged to th extent of Funeral services for Rogers will be conducted at 10 a m Tuesday at Sacred Heart Church here with burial in Sacred Heart Cemetery His Survivors Survivors include his wife the ormer Minnie Smith whom he married in 1903 two sons Ber nard and John both of Osage three daughters Mrs Harold Erna Schultheis Osage Mrs Robert Frances Kleckner St Ansgar and Mrs Louis Ra mona Howe Butte Mont 26 grandchildren eight great grand children and one sister Agnes Lewis Tuttle N D The Champion Funeral Home is in charge A SHADY DEAL LOS GATOS Calif iffs deputies rushed to the Amer ican Sunbathing Assn convention here Friday when a nudist re ported he fired a 22 caliber rifle peeping torn Deputies NEWTON UP The Stockton SuperVahLstore one of Newtons major food markets was tie stroyed Saturday in a spectaculai fire which spread to an adjacen dry cleaning establishment The fire broke out about 7 am in the rear end of the store where the hot water heater is located All local fire equipment was called out and offduty policemen aided in the job of handling the crowd and traffic The market is localed on US 6 about three blocks east of the Newton city square For about an hour the fire seemed to be under control but shortly after 8 am flames broke through the roof and the front end of the onestory brick building crashed into the street When the flames spread to he cleaning establishment the major efforts of firefighters were con centrated on preventing further spread of the blaze The market PRESERVED IN GLASS Iowa Constitution Is 1QQYearsOld DES 27 years The other 10 amend in a glasstopped box in the vault of the secretary of states office is the Constitution of came in 1952 ments were added over a pe riod of 68 years The last ones Iowa which is 100 years old Sat urday Several years ago Secretary of State Melvin D Syahorst ran across the aging document which had been gathering dust in the vault He promptly had it boxed and glassed and put it on display However it now has been re turned to the vault It is brought The anniversary day passed with apparently no special re cognition However the 1957 Legislature conducted a joint session of the Senate and House last March 14 to observe the centennial year The Constitution was drafted and signed by 36delegates who met early in 1857 at Iowa City Twentyone of the delegates at a comes from bases excluded from the plan jtinue to support the sultansilearned that the itchyfingered Main Questions troops RAF planes have beenjnudist had shot at and missed an The spokesman said Russia conpounding rebel targets for twojother delegate who was sitting in sidered Dulles proposals of ways weeks since he asked for British the bushes to get out of the hot to control disarmament meaning less without cutting down on arms Zorin told the subcom mittee he was sorry there had been no discussion of the main questions of disarmament Control of disarmament only has any meaning if it is an in tegral part of a general program for measures of disarmament in the sphere of conventional and atomic armaments Zorin said British spokesmen viewed Zor Jns reaction as unfavorable The British have taken a more pessi mistic view of the protracted ne gotiations In Washington leading Demo crats praised the Wests new dis armament proposal as a cards on the table move They sak it is up to Russia to fish or cut bait KING IS 85 OSLO Norway Haak on VII oldest reigning monarcl in the world celebrated his 85tl birthday quietly here Saturday SAME WUck fiat meani trirflo SeMh In pi SI bourt lp in crushing the revolt Isun Identify Slain Prowler as Farmers Neighbor TiPTON m The Cedar County sheriff said Saturday the prowler who was shot and killed at a farm near Wilton Junction Thursday night has been identified as Jake Van Dresseldorp 44 owner of a farm not far from where the shooting occurred This development came after local and state authorities had tried to trace the identity of the man who entered the farm home of Harry Schneider 62 six miles northeast of Wilton Junction and threatened Schneider and his wife with a gun Sheriff Elwood Hemmingway said identification was establish ed by Eugene Schroeder a farm hand employed by Van Dressel dorp who became concerned when his employer turned up miss ing Friday The sheriff said that Van Dresseldorp a veteran who had been wounded in World War II formerly lived at Pella and moved from there last March to his farm near Durant about three miles from the Schneider farm Officials learned that Van Dresseldorps wife and son had been visiting this week at Pella and were not at home Thursday or Friday Schneider told authorities that the prowler apparently hid un der the stairway in the basement and when Schneider found him there the man said this is it and pulled an automatic pistol which later was found to be empty Schneider said he ran upstairs with the man in pursuit and got a 38 caliber revolver which he fired at the man three times Hemmingway said the shooting was an absolute case of self defense Schneider had been under a doctors care for a heart condition His wife and their daughter were at home at time of the shooting The sheriff said Van Dresseldorp was well respected by per sons who knew him that he had no for robbery and that he apparently went berserk is owned by Frank Stockton Loss was estimated at Tito Khrushchev Confer in Romania MOSCOW Com1 munist Party chief Nikita S Khrushchev and Yugoslav Presi dent Tito met during the last two days in another mantoman at tempt to thrash out their differ ences it was announced Satur day The meeting of the Soviet party chief and the Yugoslav leader who insists on his own road to socialism took place somewhere in Romania First Deputy Soviet Premier Anastas Mikoyan sat in as official head of the Soviet out occasionally because Syn were Republicans and 15 Demo horst makes a point of showing crats Fourteen were lawyers it to all school groups which tour the Statehouse Other vis itors sometimes ask to see it In Good Shape The document is described as in pretty good shape al though somewhat yellowed by age The Constitution although Woman Is Beaten to Death Oil Refinery Employe Held COUNCIL BLUFFS of Police Earl Miller said Satur day afternoon that Bernard Flock 40 Omaha oil refinery employe had made a statement admitting he fatally beat Ida Kennedy about 60 Council Bluffs widow in a fight early Satur day The woman Ida Kennedy about 60 was lying fully clothed on her bed but her tarpaper residence was in great disorder as the result of an apparent struggle Attacked Outside Police Lt Jack Hoden saicl bloodstains indicated Mrs Ken nedy had first been attacked out side her home The struggle thea presumably continued indoors Furniture was smashed and dish es were broken Hoden said that after the at tacker left Mrs Kennedy appar ently was able to crawl to her bed where she died No weapon was found and there was no apV parent motive for the attack Hoden said Taken Home The body was discovered after police were called by Flock Flock itold authorities he occa sionally roomed at the home and that he and Mrs Kennedy visited WASHINGTON IIP Th elneighbors until about midnight teamsters Union began liningup support Saturday for an attack on he prestige and leadership of P r e s i d ent George AntiMeany Move Led by Teamsters whence took her home and went o Omaha Flock said he returned to tha residence Saturday morning and mmediately notified police when ie found the place wrecked The aouse is located near the rail road tracks in southwest Council Bluffs Mrs Kennedy had one known relative a sister living in Oma iia covering about 15 pages of small type in reprint form in the Iowa Official Register was penned in fancy script in its original form Although this is the centennial year for the basic law of the state it has been amended only 20 times These covered changes made in 11 separate years After the adoption in 1857 by a vote of the people of 40311 to 38681 the constitution was amended 10 times in the next 12 farmers and 10 were o miscellaneous occupations Rejected Twice It was the third constitution al convention A convention which met in Iowa City in 1844 adopted a constitution but it was twice submitted to the vot ers and rejected both times The second convention met at Iowa City in 1846 the year Iowa became a state The Constitu tion drafted then was ratified by the voters later that year However it contained a num ber of provisions which found to be unsatisfactory AFLCIO Back of the move was Teamster Vice President James R Hoffa next in line for the presidency of the 1500000member trucking un on Changes Sought The Teamsters Saturday threat ened to pull out of the AFLCIO unless there are major changes in meanys program to end jurisdic tional disputes between the build ing trades unions and the indus trial unions The Hoffaled drive to discredit Meanys efforts will come at a convention of the AFLCIO Build Trades Department opening Monday at Atlantic City N J Hoffa one of five Teamster del egates will appeal to the old AFL building trades leaders to join the Teamsters revolt against thejtors from nine Southern states peace agreement for settling to decide how much Final Vote on Civil Rights Bill Near ing WASHINGTON Russell DGa called a meeting of sena terunion disputes Craft Unions The agreement was drawn up by more resistance to offer to the ad ministrations battered civil rights bill practice One was a prohibi tion against banking institu tions As a result the Legisla ture in 1855 set in motion the action which resulted in adop tion of the present Constitution a committee of building trade and The Senate finished its rewriting industrial union leaders w i t h of the Housepassed measure late jMeapy acting as chairman It proFriday but final arguments on its ivides that new construction workpassage were put over until next ut should be done by the crafttypejweek building unions while production and maintenance jobs should fall to unions organized on plantwide lines Roving peace teams would settle disputes on the spot This bill is not going to work any hardship on the of Georgia Russell said in advance of the closed meeting in his of delegation in place of Premier Nikolai A Bulganin There was no explanation for Bulganins ab sence All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Sunday Cooler Satur day night with low in the lower J to mid 60s High Sunday midj 80s Iowa Partly cloudy and cooler Saturday night scattered showi ers south low in the 60s Sun day partly cloudy little change in temperature Minnesota Fair and cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 90 Minimum 68 At 8 am 70 YEAR AGO Maximum 72 Minimum 66 ions State Hospital Inquiry Planned iio ftceBut he said he was going to The Teamsters contend the votinstit s agreement favors industrial un Vote Seen Wednesday Senate Democratic Leader Lyn don B Johnson of Texas said he hoped for a roll call vote Wednes dayon final passage He ex pressed hope that it would pass INDEPENDENCE UP An by an overwhelming majority iinvestigation will be made nextj But the ultimate fate of the bill Iweek into complaints of inadejwas clouded in uncertainty be facilities at the Mentaljcause the House either must ac iHealth Institute here Board ofcept the Senate changes or a corn jControl member George Calleniusjpromise will have to be worked said Saturday jthat can run the gantlet of both Callenius said he was advised Branches the complaints dealt with the fact jthat some senile and untidy pa itients were transferred from the Veto Possible In addition President Eisenhow jmoremodern Witte building to theers blast at the bill as amended Bolder infirmary He said he the Senate prompted specula stooci this was in line with Board lion about a possible veto if the Control recommendations in should reach him with a the past that the newer facilitiesjury trial provision in it jbe devoted to patients who had The Senate stripped out of the chance to get well JHouse measure authority for the Dr John Meyer clinical direcj attorney general to obtain federal tor at the institute said the transjcourt injunctions to enforce civil jfer was made to place the aged rights generally limiting this jpatients in smaller wards so they Denver to the protection of voting jcould receive more individual atrights tention NOW A CENTURY OLD Democrats who drafted it CHRISTIE DIES LONG BEACH Calif i And in an even more stunning jblow to the administration the Senate axloptet an amendment Drjproviding for jury trials ofany AP Wirophotn The slightlyyellowed Iowa Constitution is housed in a Rlass container in a confclin Christie 74 thcjeriminal contempt charges prow vault m the secretary ofstates ofhce in Des Monies flight surgeon of Unitedjing out of injunctions obtained by It contains the signatures of 21 Republicans and 15 istates armed services died ofjthe government in votingrights cancer Friday in a hospital jcases anct many other cases ;

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