Mason City Globe Gazette, August 5, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 05, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 5, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETT T MCK1CU C n A1 n r VOL LXHU THI THAT ALL NORTH OWANS N E S 0 R S E HOME Associated Press and United Press FuU Uase Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY AUGUST 5 1957 This Paper Consists ot Two SectlonaSecUon No 3tt ng Opens 7Day North Iowa Fair Jealous Wife for Assault After Battle of Autos With Hubby LOS ANGELES jealous wife Sunday night fought an automobile duel with her husband and at one time nearly pinned him between his demolished car and a build ing She was booked on a charge of assault with a deadly weapon Robert D Smallfield 42 AI hambra told police he and his wife Wilma also 42 quar elled at home and he drove away in his new car Min utes later she followed in her older car and rammed her husbands vehicle at street a cross I k n e w she was out for blood ami I stepped on the gas Smallfield told officers as he signed a formal com plaint She caught and rammed him again at two other intersections and according to Smallfield shouted Turn around an fight like a man and You coward come back and have it out My car can knock out your fancydan heap any day Smallfield told police he es caped down a side road but when he returned to the boule vard his wife waswaiting for One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE KGLO U300 WTAD Quincj 930 WOI Ames 040 WSUI la Cily pm Sunday pm Suiiflay pm Thursday 12A5 pm Saturday We Give but We Also Get THE idea that foreign aid is a twoway street getting as well as giving ac ceplance among all who are will ing to cast off their preconeeived notions and prejudices and look at the subject in perspective In the years when he was serv ing as administrator of the so Marshall Plan Paul G Hoffman observed repeatedly that the program not only could but must justify itself on the basis of enlightened selfinterest Those who viewed it as charity set to the national dimension he reasoned were not seeing the picture in its entirety Two visits to the countries di rectly affected by the Marshall Plan as well as to the countries further east Turkey and Greece which benefited from the so called Truman Doctrine ahead of the Marshall Plan have con vinced me that the Hoffman point of view was eminently sound and borne out by results In my travels into some 50 na tions of the world I have been persuaded that at least 20 of them have been saved from Com munism by the financial eco nomic and military assistance ex tended to them The list would include all of the Marshall Plan countries in West ern Europe plus Turkey Greece all of the Middle East except Egypt and Syria currently buddying up to the Kremlin and all of southeastern Asia Purchased Friendships Whether there is a proper rec ognition and appreciation of our part in saving them from the of Communism 1 Its present among catastrophe dont know those who can read and reason but Im not at all sure that it has filtered down to the masses more interested in a full belly than in things as academic as making manifest their appreciation If affection or even a dem onstrable gratitude were the only thing we were trying to achieve with our assistance in its various forms I would take a dim view of the investment A purchased friendship as between individuals is a pretty fragile proposition among nations it is I think even more nebulous and transitory What the Paul Hoffman pre mise bottomed on was what has come to be almost a truism namely that poverty and eco nomic unhappiness anywhere in our world is likely to lessen pros perity and economic well being EDWARD BABCOCK Mason Cifyan Will Head Iowa 40 8 DAVENPORT Edward Bab cock Mason City was elected grand chef de gare state presi dent at a Sunday meetingof the 40 8 American Legion fun and service group The group passed a resolution calling for the reappropriation of funds for construction of a nursing home at the Iowa Sol diers Home in Marshalltown Other state officers elected in cluded Leigh PiersonofAna mosa Carl R Anderson Des Moines Henry F Kahl Council Bluffs all chefs de train Ed Fatland Des Moines the commis saire intendant Merl H Adams Dubuque correspondent Harry Potter JrNewton guarde de la porte Joe Mclver Cedar Rapids aumonier and Leon C Hubbard Waterloo historian The convention of the main Le gion body moved into full swing Monday with the major empha sis on state topics The annual parade will take place Tuesday with elections and final business meetings on Wednesday him and rammed him again He circled the block a dozen times with his wife in pursuit I finally got chicken and abandoned my car Small field said He said when he got out his wife tried to pin him betweeii his battered car and the build ing and then came after him with a club Smallfield ripped ignition wires from her car outran his wife and called po lice who picked up the woman blocks from the scene I didnt want to kill just wanted to scare him she said Dams Burst New Mexico Area Flooded LAS VEGAS N M Ut Three dams on the Gallinas River burst early Monday sending an estimat ed 90 million gallons of water rushing through Las Vegas and flooding homes above and below the city to a depth of up to 14 feet There was no Moss oflife re ported although damage to live stock and property was heavy National guardsmen and law men evacuated hundreds of per sons from riverbank homes The river swollen by heavy rainfall was falling as dawn broke Long Drought Police Sgt George Shannon said many of the homes had been Duut along the normally is Kenneth J outgoing Benda Hartwick state commander everywhere Economic Vigor Restored The goal of the Marshall Plan was to restore the participating nations to a full economic vigor That this aim was realized is evidenced by the fact that in every Marshall Plan country to day the level of production and general prosperity has never been approached Ten years after Hit ler West Germany had exceeded all his production quotas and by a wide margin A pessimist could take the po sition that in bringing this about we have created tfor ourselves ON PAGE i v I while Vincent J Maxheim 50 Clinton is unopposed as his suc cessor Chancellor Chosen for Postmastership WASHINGTON Iff President Eisenhower Monday sent to the Senate the name of Richard A Chancellor St Ansgar as his nomination for postmaster of St Ansgar Iowa ling river during the past seven years of drought Las Vegas itself a northcentral New Mexico city of about 14000 escaped flooding Shannon said the river banks held well within the city Northwest of the city in Gallinas and Montezuma canyons where the reservoir dams were located more than 12 homes were hit by the flash of floodwaters released when the earth fill dams burst under pressure of heavy mountain rains Water ran three and four feet deep there Lap at Eaves South of the water spread to 25 feet from its normal channel on each side running 12 to 14 feet deep through 25 to 30 homes there and lapping at the eaves of the roofs Shannon said A suburban area of 25 homes a quarter of a mile south of town was cut off for a time It lay at the junction of the Gallinas and the normally dry Pecos Arroyo area SAME Black flag mcins traffic death ta past 24 boars 200 Couples Renew Wedding Vows at Little Brown Church Wilson Data Transcript Is Demanded Cabaret Tax By House WASHINGTON UK The House Monday passed a bill to cut the cabaret tax in half from 20 to 10 per cent The bill was sent to the Senate by voice vote with only a few dissenters although Reps Rees RKan and Gross RIowa ar gued that if taxes were to be cut the cutting should start some where other than in night clubs The House Ways and Means Committee estimated the revenue loss from thereduction at 21 mil lion dollars a year It said some of this would be offset by in creases in income tax collections The committee said the 20 per cent tax was discriminatory be cause most other excise rates are only 10 per cent The 20 per cent rate it said has proved to be a substantial deterrent to the em ployment of musicians and other entertainers Gross asked with sarcasm if wj v LI w iiu oclICclolJl IX t loodvfaters in the river and down the bill should be entitled The the arroyo knocked out the only Democratic Tax Relief Act of two bridges giving access to the 1957 Rep Thomas B Curtis RMo replied that would be unfair because the measure had bipartisan support The musicians union led the agitation for the bill It said its members were losing jobs be cause the tax forced many night spots out of business hundred couples married in the Little Brown Church were recommitted to their wedding vows at a special service Sunday morning conduct ed by the Rev Glenn Utterback Marriage said the pastor of the Little Brown Church is the most sacred institution known to Gods world In it he observed there is an amalgamation of the spirit soul and body into an eternal one ness In the afternoon a program of music scheduled for the lawn of the famous shrine near here was conducted within the sanctuary on account of a chill wind Participating in the hour and a half concert were Vivian ham Hickok of LeRoy Minn harpist Archibald Sovvden West Richard Meier a Nashua reared cellist who has spent the past Monterey jf Mcx and Margaret Dravis of 3 Charles City Persons Injured in 2Car Crash Three Charles City persons re ceived minor injuries Sunday aft ernoon when their car was in volved in an accident on Highway 18 just west of the city limits of Mason City Taken to a Mason City hospital by ambulance where they were treated for cuts and bruises were rAll About The Weather Mason City Generally fair and pleasant Monday night lowin lower 50s Tuesday paitly cloudy a nd warmer with chance of shower high in mid 80s fowa Generally fair Mondav i rr ui uugicssiujiai CBSl nigfit low 30fo Tuesday partly m o n y by Defense Secretar WASHINGTON UP Th White House Monday called for a transcript of congressional testi cloudy and warmer Charles E Wilson in which he op Fiveday Iowa Temperatures a budgetary reform sup during the next 5 days will President Eisenhower average 3 to 4 degrees above White House Press Secretar normal The normal high is 84 James C Hagerty said the chief to 88 and the normal low is GOJexecutive still was strongly for to 64 It will be warmer Tuesthe legislation Under it the gov day There will be minor ternernment would switch to an ac Cljicicu m open C1ass perature changes until it turns jtual formftf financing from the beef Davisson said He said there cooler Saturday Precipitation fcarryover system The change were about 175 head of dairy cat will average light to moderate was recommended by the Hoover tie entered iFopen class comoeti occurring as showers and Exhibits Are Put in Place Ice Varieties Is Highlight The North Iowa Fair grounds Monday was overrun with ex libitors hurrying to get entries n place The gates to the seven day fair being held on the new grounds west of Mason City on Highway 18 opened at 4 pm A band concert was scheduled at pm before the grand itand by the Mason City High School band under the direction of Paul Behm A formal welcome to the North Eowa Fair was to be given previ ous to the grandstand show by Henry Hook former member f thejair board and now pub isher of the Davenport7 Morning Democrat The Ice Varieties of 1957were set to get under way on the ice rink in front of the grand stand at 8 pm Finishing Touches Reserved seat tickets for grand stand shows throughout the week are on sale in the office at the fairgrounds The grounds during the morn ng were bustling with workers Crowds of 4H girls in the exhibit were putting the finishing touches on their booths Depart ment arrangingdisplays and the com mercial exhibitors were at work on their booths Commercial booths overflowed into two large tents next to the exhibit hall and farm machinery displays spread out to the souti of the building farther than eve before Livestock exhibitors still wer bringing in their animals durim the afternoon Gilbert Davisson general livestock superintendent said over 300 head of baby beeves had been entered in the junior livestock show He estimated the number of 4H dairy heifers at 60 and beef heifers at 35 head Open Class More than 100 head of Angus Hereford and Shorthorn cattle lave been entered in open class ty in the north occasionally spreading south ward There will be heavier tion HaSerty Piling arrival of Wil son s critical comments to the The 20th Century Shows arrived on the scene Monday morning cum m cilia tO me iiJUrniilE House Appropriations Committeejancl began erecting concessions 1ITT5 411 nlAJ At 1 i finrl rl itf n C 1 i x f j activity Friday and Saturday was talking about the basic legis This will amount to onequarter jlation but was referring to par to nn0aK Ual finandng Qf the which would result from thepro to onehalf Minnesota Fair and cool Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Monday Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum posed new budget method 75 41 61 was a misinterpretation Hager ty said We are for the bill and we have not changed our position and rides south of the grandstand The ice rink was set up in front of the grandstand and frozen over with the ice shows refrig eration equipment Directors of the show supervised the placing I think you will find that there tJe suPervised the placing s a misinterpretation Hager sPotlghts on a temporary tow We are strongly for the bill The or vvorkmS on wiring from one president is on record and thpiend of the fairgrounds to the er behind the grandstand Workmen were attaching wires or working on wiring from one jPresident has so informed the De fense jfense Department WCather data UP Thc defense secretary said the m Change by hampering longrange planning and spending on defense program could risk the security of the nation to 8 am Sunday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 82 54 65 5S Waterloo organist The program divided into seven units included some of the best known numbers from the library of religious and classical music Instrumentation ranged from harp and violin solos to ensemble performance The church was filled to capac of one of two cars involved Paulhrie Shave 30 and her son Richard 8 Driver of the second car Pat OBrien 17 Polk SW was not injured Authorities said the accident happened when OBrien halted his car to make a left turn off the highway His auto then was struck ity and a considerable number of B listeners on the lawn were served by special amplification Mr and Mrs Charles Pierce of Nashua married 41 years ago were cited as the oldest from behind by the Ash cars were headed west NEW YORK Si other to get proper lighting for exhibitors and concession stands The concession stands were open and serving workers and roving groups of 4Hers looking over the wonders of the grounds The fair covers a greater area this year than last with the ad dition of new buildings more displays and commercial ex hibits There is plenty to see Judging of textiles girls 4H booths and special features and womens home project began at 2 pm Mason Citys 41 Degrees Is Low for Iowa state during early morning hours AP Wirephoto REUNITEDRuth Owen Cam bridge England and James Grulkowski Arcadia Wis who met and became engaged while he was stationed in England hold hands after they were re united at the Grulkowski family farm The happy ending caine after five days of tears and confusion wheii the 17yearold lass ran out of money in Mil waukee and was unable to get in touch with her 22yearold fiance Thornton Boy Killed by Auto Geddes family reunion at the Klemme City Park Sunday afternoon ended in trag edy when Roger Dean Cassels 4 son of Mr and Mrs Herhert Cassels Thornton was killed al most instantly He was run over by a car driven by Donald Kram er 19 Meservey Roger apparently was playing in front of the Kramer car when he drove away from the curb and Kramer was not aware that the child was near his car No charges were filed The accident was Investigated by State Highway Patrolman El mer Angle and Hancock Deputy Sheriff Gregg Arnold The Cassels boy has five broth ers and sisters Funeral rites were pending Farmer Is Fatally Hurt in Accident NEW HAMPTONInjuries suf fered in a tractor accident result ed in the death Sunday morning of G L Sheehy 67 New Hamp on He died of chest injuries afc St Josephs Hospital in this city vhere he had been rushed from he farm of his soninlaw John Stavnes of Castalla where the accident occurred Assisting in oats harvesting operations on the Stavnes farm Sheehy was alone in the field at he time of the accident but it s believed he fell from a tractor nto the path of a load of oats he vas hauling A resident of this area for many Jars he farmed near New booths Hampton served for some time on the City Police Department and recently was employed as a salesman at the Oldsmobile ga rage here Surviving are his wife eight ons Robert of Lawler Maurice of New Hampton Edward of Des Moines Gregg Jr of Rockford Cool dry weather prevailed Keith of Davenport Clifford across Iowa Monday following of New Hampton Gerald of Den record and nearrecord low ternver Coio ancl Raiph of St Paul perature readings throughout the four daughters Mrs iM f IM rt T f lair Delphine Reilly of Ossian tailJK llOUrS ui WdSiailf Lows ranged from 41 at Mason MrsRaIPh Rose Marie Baltes City and 43 at Spencer to 54 at of Waterloo Clara Mae Stavnes Burlington and Ottumwa Lamoof Castalia and Mrs James Sbir inis 49degree reading was Todd of Des Moiaes degrees below its previous Aug 5 Tne Larkin Funeral Chapel of rion Marlowe Monday was reported suffering from a virus infection v vtLiu i 3 lilt UiflPsT i returned for theannual cere mony to Doctors Hospital after com plaining of chest pains RETURN PROM EUROPE Comedian Red J5kdtcm and Ins family arc shbwn at New York as thevreturned from a thrceweejc tourof Europe Skelton took his son tucharrt 9 a victim of leukemia to ive him a chmce he had read about Skelton sad hejeft London abruptly because some writers had called the tour a publicity stunt With Red ami sou are Mrs Skelton and daughter Valentine 10 jlow set in 1948 while Council Bluffs 52 was four degrees below its earlier record set back in 1915 Mason Citys 41degree reading almost tied a record The lowest ever recorded for the date was 40 here degrees in 1894 Sundays high ranged from 71 at Dubuque to 80 at Council Bluffs New Hampton will have charge of the funeral which has been set for Tuesday morning from St Marys Catholic Church with burial in St Josephs Cemetery HULtTDIES f D TAINTOR will be The Weather Bureau said skiesjTuesday for A D Hull 59 widely ram ener3llv cleariknown lurjcey raiser who died ap rain of ahcrtaiick IE ery Sunday V ;

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