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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 16, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowuY Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home VOL LXIII ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 16 1957 This Paper Consists o Two One No 334 List Potential New Industries for City Lutheran Parley Opened Delegates Hear Bishop MINNEAPOLIS The presi dent of the Lutheran World Fed eration Friday urged Lutherans around the world to face up re alistically and boldly to world problems including the possibili ty of universal annihilation Bishop Hanns Lilje Hannover Germany told the federation that an Internationale of technological civilization has arisen from which no part of the world is ex empted We do not seek to escape from the world by retiring into cells of piety but rather seek to orient ourselves toward Christ who is the answer to ali the anxieties difficulties and fears of our gen eration Bishop Lilje said in a sermon delivered to the assem blys opening plenary session Social Tensions Even the most serious socia tensions and racial uprisings pale to insignificance alongside the fact that among thousands of new technological possibilities a single one overshadows all possibility annihila CHARLES WILSON Newport News Yard to Construct Atomic Powered Carrier WASHINGTON Navy Friday assigned construction o Us first atomicpowered aircraft carrier an 85000ton giant to Newport News Va Shipbuilding and Drydock Co The Navy said that the ship to be the largest ever built was awarded to bids but the award is subject to acceptable contract negotiations The Navy disclosed plans for building the 314milliondollar ship in announcing the major part of its shipbuilding and conversion program for fiscal 1958 HES ENRAGED THEM ALL Hope to Restore Aid Cut Washington Isnt Going Be Same Without Sec Wilson Senate Is iKes Last Hope WASHINGTON Sen Know land RCalif held a lastminute strategy session with President Eisenhower Friday and reported later they both hope to get back in the Senate a substantial part of the the House chopped out of foreign aid funds The President and the Senate Republican leader held an hour ong breakfast conference at the White House It followed by only a few hours the House action on the mutual security appropriation bill Knowland told reporters he doubts the Senate will be able to By TOM LAMBERT York HeraldTribune News Service WASHINGTON Charlie Wil son is going to leave Washington and the place just isnt going to be the same without him Some of the generals and ad mirals at the Pentagon and some of the Senators and Congressmen on Capitol Hill are not unduly sor1 rowful about his retirement but tion Bishop Lilje said that even in Communist countries fear of weapons of an nihilation is be ginning to un dermine their ideological se He told theyre going to miss Neil McElroy president of But in an administration not1 overflowing with warmth humor and something which might be called humanness the rumpled greyhaired 67yearold cigarette puffing Secretary has supplied quantities of all three and has shown a garage philosophers knack for pinioning an issue for its real worth in words anyone could understand Like the time Congress was roaring and fuming indignantly about a contract on Army hats Someone asked Charlie what forceful enough in settling such Procter Gamble will take over still unresolved interservice dis putes as what to do about guidec missiles Some say he permittee the Treasury Department to set1 defense policy others argue he has provided the country as much defense as he could buy with the money allotted to the Pentagon in the national budget One fourstar officer said the other day that Charlie Wilson is he thought about it Its in the Wilsons post about Sept 1 Wilson has flabbergasted enraged them all on occasions He has struck the White House more than delegates tremendous andjhe grinued trifles category Lively Dispute There is lively dispute a pretty good man and I respect him I go into his office some times for decisions and he nearly drives me crazy There are long silences and questions which restore the entire sum the House knocked out but he said he and Eisenhower are hopeful the Sen ate will restore a substantial part of the reductions made by the House Knowland added he will have to explore further on a bipartisan basis among fellow senators be fore making any estimate of the amount by which the Senate might raise the figures New Money As finally passed by the House Thursday night the measure pro vides in new money dont seem to be on the issue but Eisenhower had sought the full here when the session winds up he makes the decision and its usu the 700 representing 50 dumb a couple of times once ahoutj whether he has been a pretty good commonsense he referred to it as a and he has had the entire na tion shaking its head over some of his remarks that might better million L u t h jjerans in 29 coun I tries that when fever the dark BISHOP LILJE clouds of fear arise racial and religious politi cal and economic differences dis appear Like an electric current there ought to go out from this inter national assembly a united stimu lus of faith as we renew pledges of our allegiance to Christ the bishop said because Christ is the only the most important and the most effective liberator Gift of Unity Bishop Lajos Ordass of Hun gary opening the assembly Thurs day night at the Municipal Audi torium said that the fruits oJ Christs death are personal free dom freedom of service and the gift of Christian unity Although we may be living un der entirely different earthly cir cumstances the bishop said we are neverthelessfriends and nave been left unsaid good Defense Secretary and there are almost as manyopinionsas people Some say he has been a good administrator of the Pen tagons business affairs but not Extortion Try Fails Youth Held brothers ofone Uni versal Church of Christ Bishop Ordass one of several delegates from behind the Iron Curtain was imprisoned for 20 months and in house arrest for six years for alleged dealings in foreign currency in Hungary He was reinstated as Lutheran pri mate of Hungary last autumn a few days before the Hungarian uprising against Red domination The world assembly is the first ever held in this country More than 10000 attended Thursday nights opening program WATERLOO UP Gerald J Aberg 21 Cresco was charged Friday with trying tc extort from an unidentified Waterloo couple by threatening them with harm Aberg was arrested Thursda night when police set a trap fo him Officers planted a dumm package of money Whe Aberg appeared they moved i on him He escaped briefly b running inside the nearby YMC where he lived and hid in th basement About The Weather one Charlie came herewith a won derful naivete about politicians nd generals a kind of sincere nd unconscious artlessness which ocked them all He has lost ome of that but he never be ame so bland that the flavor dis ppeared Addressing Aason City Partly cloudy and cool through Saturday low Fri day night near 60 high Satur day 7680 owa Fair north partly cloudy with a few afternoon or night time thumlershowers south through Saturday Low Friday night in 60s Little temperature change Saturday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures expected to average slightly below normal Saturday througl next Wednesday Normal high 82 north to 85 south Norma lows 57 north to 62 south Mile days and cool nights will be fol lowed by a slow warming trend near the end of the period Rainfall is expected to average about onethird of an inch oc a senatorial com mittee one day he referred to he members as you men Senatorial neck veins bulged and faces went purple at this nearblasphemy because nothing s more cherished by senators ban their dignity and calling hem you men was like strip ping them down to their shorts in 3ublic amount of a previously passed au thorization measure 33367000 000 cut of more than 809 mil lion is a net figure taking account of some permanent authorizations needing no new law and some switching of carryovers from pre vious appropriations Even the authorization figure is half a bil lion below what Eisenhower ori ginally sought Eisenhower came to the door of he north portico and bade Know and a cordial goodbye while pho tographers pictured them togeth er Fantus Survey Report Is Optimistic AP Wireplioto OffHand Remark IN STEP Grinning and both in step President Eisen hower and Sen William Knowland of California the Senates GOP leader Avalk through a White House door after breakfasting together The meeting was a strategy session called in an attempt to get back in the Senate a substantial part of the chopped out of the foreign aid funds by the House This was an unusual gesture for he President to make to a break fast visitor It appeared to consti tute a followup to three specia pleas already made this week for foreign aid money No Discussion Knowland said there was no dis cussion Friday of Eisenhower calling a special session of Con gress in the fall as he has said h may do if the foreign aid fund voted at this time are inadequate Knowland said he thought th calling of a special session woulc depend on world conditions at th An offhand remark another day threw the generals into pro found shock I havent noticed it made a man any smarter to put one more star on his should er Charlie commented He didnt save all his remarks for the politicians and generals however There were gasps all over the j is Presiden country the day he reckoned what was good for our was good for General Motors rove Charles City School Reorganization DES MOINES Iowa Board of Public Instruction Fri day approved the original proposal for creation of a reorganized Charles City Community School District with one exception The board in unanimously accepting the recommendation of the State Department of Public Instruction held that nine families Omaha Man Killed in Crash Hear GLENWOOD W Robert P Smith 55 Omaha was killed Friday in a onecar accident on Highway 34 eight miles east of here Mills County Sheriff Don Rho the northwest corner of the Floyd Consolidated School Dis trict could send their children to Osage to school By THOR J JENSEN GlobeGazette Staff Writer Mason City can have a new in dustry if it wants it Not only one but more That message was given Thurs day evening to 40 directors and industrial promotion committee men of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce It was included in a printed re port inches thick presented orally by Edwin I Oppel director of research and L C Hoch sec retarytreasure of Fantus Area Research Inc The report included a list of 10 industries which could profit ably establish plants in Mason City Attached to each of the 10 were the names and addresses of the firms which should be con tacted True Position The report is intended to tell Mason City its true com petitive position in attracting in dustry said Hoch At the end of the more than three hours of presentation by the two men ai number ol the Mason nessmen present expressed the opinion that the report was worth more than it cost Hoch warned repeatedly that the report will be of no value however unless Mason Cityans do the work necessary to use it Hoch is apartner in the Fantus Factory Locating Service in addi tion to his other position The report lists three particu lar advantages of Mason City as a factory location 1 A good supply of several raw materials 2 Unusually good transporta tion facilities 3 A very stable and unusually labor force The few labor troubles that Ma son City has had said Hoch can be traced to factors outside the community rather than within The percentage of persons of 25 years of are higirschool graduates is tremendously high comparatively High Ratio High school graduates in Mason City make up 46 per cent of the persons 23 years old or more The original proposal was to set up a 200squaremile Charles City district including 17 present districts The joint FloydChicka saw county boards of education excluded the Floyd consolidated District from the proposal An appeal was taken to the de hearing They arrested him a short time he flr the first of next j r guuu im VT ii aim cirrng aunng the middle o he had organijary ed that might find it possible to gel alon Mills County bnerm uon nno AH appeal was lakun u ui existing foreign aid funds unden said Smith apparently which held a he iiti Congress reassembles in Janulost control of his car or fellon the matter last Monday dIUl QmitH TVio nrc in ihp In New York the percentage is 34 in Philadelphia 29 and in Cin cinnati it is 32 Freight transportation facilities here by truck or train are ex cellent the report shows Hoch added Your scheduled airline service is an enviable asset for a city of 35000 Few cities of week Minnesota Fair and pleasant GlobeGazette weather data up Parole Agent Nabbed for Drunk Driving KNOXVILLE Parole Agent Harry Johnson 65 Des Moinese has been charged with driving while intoxicated here Police arrested Johnson driv ing a stateowned car Wednesday night He was arraigned Thurs day before a justice of the peace He pleaded innocent and was re leased under bond The State Board of Control in Des ater Police Chief Harry Krieg said Aberg who was unemployed left four hand written notes for the Waterloo man and his wife in the couples car which they parked in a rented space near the rear of the YMCA The notes threatened harm to them and their family if they didnt give the writer money The first note was received Monday It asked for S200 The writer later raised the price to Aberg was held on a SoOOOjHayes 88 who built the first alli bond metal body automobile and was The names of the couple inbelieved to have introduced is a zed labor quivering with rage he time he compared some un employed autoworkers with ken nel dogs who wouldnt get out end of next week and rustle for food to 8 am Maximum Thursday Minimum Thursday night At 8 am Friday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 83 60 69 91 66 HAYES DIES NEW YORK Knowland said he thinks therebadiy asleep at the wheel Smith was The objectors to the action ofi ibadiv cut when the car a conithe joint board argued ihat it was fair chance Congress can vertible skidded under a barbed contrary to the wishes of wind up the present session at the wire fence and struck a post in oters and represented only per ja field volved were withheld by police fenders died Thursday Charlie talked at times in a kind of Goldwyn jargon which left his listeners laughing but some what perplexed as to his mean ing He said once the Department of Defense was reviewing some of Gen Douglas MacArlhurs re ports and dispatches with a to making them public But first he continued Everyj Mbody is going to look over a fine tooth comb Again commenting on an anti Force campaign by some I thinki Senate Launches Debate on Atomic Energy Power Bill WASHINGTON IT The Senatejprojects for both military Army officers he said ithc eager beavers arc gnawing idown some of the wrong trees Not Popular Policy Some of his comments stunned scientists research is a of boondoggling and some shattered the politicians He dei and clared once he had learned in said lohnson is paroleJFriday opened debate on a uses There is no disputeWashington that weeding out in for Tminmsti million dollar Atomic Energy 0ver most of the items efficiency is politically unpopu School for m ife for the State Trainingmillion dollar Atomic Energy jover most of the items el for Bovs at Eldora iCommission authorization b i 1 Ij Sens Hickenlooper which includes a disputed proBrickcr ROhio and Knowland Charlie was loath to make fore gram of governmentbuilt power all members of thejcasts or predictions Asked once reactors committee offered amendmentsto take a long look ahead on some Democrats expressed confidencejto knock out the Democraticsponiissue he replied dryly I dontj they can keep the power programjsored provisions for 58million dolthink the crystal ball is real clear in the bill but Eisenhower adminjlars worth of experimental poweron that istration forces were ready to tryreactors But he could look back with rej to knock it out The bill also would direct thcigret on some actions like selling j The House already has rejectedjAEC to build reactors for five miijhis General Motors stock when he tmost of the power provisionsjnidpal power groups and rural cotook office I had a little sentij which arc strongly opposed byjoperalives then sell them steam mental attachment for it he rc onal opinions and feelings of in this size have it he said If a branch factory were lo jcated here executives would want tne to visit it frequently Consequent ly they look for airline service iividual board members of the joint They also contended the joint Doard action deprived the people when iocating a time is valuable The only facilities lacking in the community which were men tioned by the Fantus executives of the Floyd consolidated district were sewage disposal A sewer of the opportunity to vote on thejim rovement wiu be necessary original proposal The joint board cut out about 50 square miles of the proposed Five Schools Mason City will be attractive to new industry the report shows district The appeal was made by of jts fine schools and he Floyd Rural Independent Dis advanlages The high at ttiM TTlctnr c n i n nictrinT Ulster Township District Independent Dis tendance in vocational and adult Iowa The uj decision was made without comment to 350 v ers snould be available in Mason City within three years the Fan tu men declared if Mason City wants the plant and will work to get it Here is their list of 10 potential REACH LEBANON Francis Jeton vice counsul at 702 Tornadoes in U S During First Half of This Year K ANSAS CITY ifcThe Weather industries which could be profit Bureau says it counted 702 tornaiable nere Idocs across the country in the first A acid plant employing jhalf of 1957 and that sets a new50 men the year around and 300 recorcj during the sugar beet harvest The twisters killed 130 The season It would use beet mo iworst one hit the Kansas Citylasses lime and sulphur in proc jarea May 20 killing 33 in theessing all available here suburbs and 7 others in nearbyj Concrete Products Kansas 1 Precast concrete products Texas led with 162 twistersPrecast concrete pipe and pre had 97 Kansas50 andStressed concrete beams using Nebraska AEC Chairman Lcvyis L Strauss The biggest part of the bill would authorize AEC construction at a price based on hat from the called use of conventional fuels House has rejected this Thc leaving Washington peace going to be missed ii iui cement and sand and looKs a s Tnc previous record for the first gravel could be sold in tiic same azme rack with his wite and two children on avriv of the year was in 1955 with area scrvcrl by our cement mills in Beirut Lebanon Jeton was among three em 554 The Weather Bureau said inEighty or 100 men could he em bassy officials asked to leave Syria an el jtensified efforts to spot and report ployed laged plot to overthrow the government The U S tornadoes may account partly for Sieei bars for has denied any such activity Ithe higher 1957 figures jconcrete could liremade here in a   

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