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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Ediied for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES AUL NORTH I OWANSNEIGHBORS VOL LXJI1 Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 22 1957 This Paper Consists oi Four OBB No 341 tv v i i PLANE Firemen spray a smoking engine of a air taat lost a propeller on takeoff from the Los Angeles International Airport Wednesday night and spun on the ground like a top fo 30 minutes The broken prop cut into the fuselage left center shearing the controls and makmit Pilotand his two crew on a rope Expect No Agreement To Recess in About Two Weeks The Weather nesday announced Western readi ness to accept conditionally a two instead of a sus pension of tests This statement implied that the Soviet Union must now make concessions There have been no indications the Soviet Union will make any important gesture soon Red Position On the contrary Soviet Dele gate Valerian Zorin told Ameri can British French and Canadian representatives Wednesday that if they intend seriously to end nu clear tests they must renounce the link between that issue and thej Western demand for an agree ment to stop production of atomic explosions for military purposes Zorin according to a report to the State Department welcomed the offer for a twoyear test sus pension when it was formally pre sented by US negotiator Harold Stassen with Eisenhowers per sonal authorization But news dis patches from London quoted Zorin as saying the new Western pro throm showers WASHINGTON WVUS officials expect the London disarmament talks to recessin about two weeks without agreement for ending the w a EastWest arms race President Eisenhowers n e w concession to Russia on suspend ing nuclear tests is regarded here as improving the Western posi tions for negotiating and propa ganda But it does not appear to have broken the basic deadlock A White House statement Wed Mason City Considerable cloudi ness through Friday with oc casional showers or thunder storms High Friday about 82 85 Low Thursday night 6264 Lutherans Elect New President MINNEAPOLIS UP Dr Demos Consider New uvi Right New Shopping Center Still Being Planned By THOR J JENSEN GlobeGazette Staff Writer The proposed shoppingcenter at 19th and S Federal appeared Thursday to be still very much alive despite the many months of delay in starting construction Sears Roebuck and Co still has an executed lease for a proposed store which would occupy approximately half the space in the center That lease consequently is the most important key to the development Philip Levit Chicago developer who owns the land reported Wednes day that other leases also are still In effect Development of the center has been delayed and still awaits financing for the building Levit said He added that he is presently working on this problem and is hopeful that it will be resolved within a short time Cant Sell He added that he has been ap proached to sell the former North Iowa Fair property He is not in a position to do so he said so long as he holds the Sears and other leases for the proposed shop ping center W G Skoning Chicago Sears real estate manager confirmed that we have an executed lease with Mr Levit for the proposed Sears store in this shopping cen ter It is true there has been a considerable delay and there may be a further delay You are Considerable cloudiness Franklin Clark Fry of New Roj delay You are igh Friday with scatteredIchelle N Y Thursday was fJVare SlnCe the mcePtion of ers and ihnnriPictnimc elected nrpsirlnnt nf tiio i center money rates have and thunderstorms central sections Thursday night and over most of the state Fri day Continued warm low Thursday night 60s high Fri day 80s Further Part ly cloudy and little cooler with a few thundershowers Saturday Minnesota Fair southeast part ly cloudy west and north Thurs day night with scattered thun dershowers possible northwest Low Thursday night 5565 ex cept 5055 northwest Friday partly cloudy high 7075 north west and extreme north to 8085 southeast GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Thursday Maximum Wednesday 83 Minimum Wednesday night 56 At 8 am Thursday 69 elected president of the Lutheran World Federation at its third assembly The 56yearold churchman who also is president of the United Lutheran Church of America suc ceeds Bishop Hanns Lilje of Han nover Germany as head of about 50 million of the worlds 70 million Lutherans Dr Fry accepted the responsi bilities of the post by declaring he was deeply sobered and ex hilarated by the honor and pledged his best efforts of mind and soul to further the objectives of the federation He said the federation has grown to be a virileand increas ingly effective instrument for the kingdom of God in the 10 years of its existence The federation he said already North iowa Man Killed in Crash CHARLES retired Floyd County farmer Albert Schafer 67 Charles City was posal contains too many unacceptkilled Wednesday in a twocar able conditions Zorin did on Highway 69 fifteen PVPP nrmvi i e 4rt rritn flic I n tf 11 tightened considerably and finan cing of such projects has become most difficult I am confident however Mr Levit will work out the financing arrangements for this shopping center Levit reported that he and Skoning had been in New York very recently discussing4he mat ter with possible financial back ers Plan Two Years The original announcement of the shopping center came more than two years ago when negotia tions began for the purchase of the land from the Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors A year ago a representative of Levit Bernard Lutren reported leases with Sears for 80000 square feet of space with the S S Kres Mrs Charles Barber Dies at Her Home Mary Willson Barber 89 widow of Charles H Barber and daugh ter of pioneer residents of Mason City died Wednesday afternoon at her home 217 Delaware SE She was a native of Cerro Gor do County born Mary Willson Aug 9 1868 in Owens Grove southeast of Mason was a daughter of Alonzo and Cather ine Reynolds Willson next to the youngest of a family of eight Her family moved to Mason City when she was 9 and she spent most of her life in Mason City She was married to Charles H Barber in January 1888 in Ma son City Throughout her life she partic ipated in civic and church affairs and was active in property man agement She was at one time treasurer of the YWCA active in the Womans Club and the First Congregational Church and was a charter member of Sorosis Club Surviving are a son Philip in public relations in New York City a daughter Jeanne B Gross Mason City three grand MVIWIIJ o ctli CaVlj J T kj o ixl CQ has a solid achievement in Co for 19500 square feet ing suffering Christians resettleYounkers for 32000 square feet ment of many thousands of refua piSly Wiggly supermarket a gees support oi younger supermarket a G and the promotion of ChristianiKmney store and the LeiI solidarity jGourmet Diners of Minneapolis Dr Fry is a native of Bethle Lutrori said at that cIIecl for at Ieast frontage ui rrj is a native ot iJetnle hem Pa for many years served c cl for at Ieast 15 retai nits at Akron Ohio and has been aIonS a l027 at Akron Ohio and has been president of the United Lutheran Church of America since 1944 McELROYS SUCCESSOR CINCINNATI Russia had proposed in mid June that tests be suspended for two or three years and had then repeatedly attacked the Western insistence on the 10month period New Policy An Eisenhower statement de scribed the new Western offer as a significant change in US dis armament policy The statement emphasized that any suspension of nuclear weap ons tests would be agreed to by the United States and itsAJHcs only under certain conditions and safeguards The most important of these conditions the statement made clear is that the suspension New Northwestern Bell Co Secretary OMAHA W Eman Howard T uelson native of Davenport Iowa Howard Jianri a graduate Qf Seriously injured were his son day as Presidcnt of Procter R Colby as secretary Milton and Miltons wife Zamble Colo sliccccd Neil treasurer of the Northwestern popa who lived in Charles Citv fUoy newly secretary Bell Telephone Co Sept with the elder Schafer The in defcnse i i r0nnr BREAKFAST President interested as Senate Republican Leader William of California talks while the two walk througha White House door after breakfast together Thursday Knowland commenting on the Republican proposal for breaking the civil rights deadlock said there was not much use discussing Senate action Until the House acted upon the plan offered by Rep Joseph Martin On Ames Action No Comment by County Supervisors John Cahill Rockwell chair man of the county board of super visors refused comment Wednes day on action taken by the State Highway Commission calling for an investigation of a Cerro Gordo County road project Ask Bill Pappas Cerro Gordo County he said Hes Jour attorney Legal Question Two Killed in Crash at HAMPTON vacation trip in tragedy near here Wednesday when an auto collision occurred social welfare worker died Thursday at a hos pital here Margaret Brady wa The commission in a letter to the driver the car escaped injury but is hospital ized in a Cameron hospital with its parents Milton sustained a possible fractured knee and Mrs Schafer a broken pelvis The four had left Charles City for Eagle Pass Tex where Mrs Schafer planned to visit her par ents for six weeks Father and son had planned to return to Charles City A car driven by Charles Mc Carty Trenton Mo struck the Schafer car during a rainstorm should be part of an passengers in that car also for a permanent cessation of production of fissionable ma terials for weapons purposes and installations of inspection sys tems to insure SOMETHING TO WATCH DEARBORN Mich A sign at a busy shopping corner bears the legend Watch Out DearsCrossing were hospitalized The McCarty car slipped off the highway and in an attempt to get back on the is retiring MARY WILLSON BARBER Benjamin the Iowa attorney generals office said the supervisors apparently were riot following Iowa law in resurfacing of a 9Vimile road from Rockwell to Highway 107 The supervisors began work on the road this month after reject ing ali bids from private contrac tors The commission in asking for an investigation said the su pervisors were not following speci fications in the contract Rosa Brady 65 an assistant cashier in an Ottumwa bank and Further Changes Possible May Break Deadlock WASHINGTON M Speaker Rayburn DTex said Thursday House Democrats are willing to consider an agreement on the deadlocked civil rights bill based on a new GOP compromise pro posal or some other one Rayburn said he stilt hopes for a righttovote bill at this session of Congress but he avoided any commitment to accept a compro mise The plan put forward Wednes day by Republican House Leader Martin of Massachusetts with President Eisenhowers approval was coolly received at first by Democrats But Rayburn told a news con ference Thursday that he and my colleagues and those interested in this matter are going to give it serious consideration No Discussion That doesnt mean we are go ing to accept it in tbto or say what parts we might accept ha continued He said there hasnot yet been time for discussions lead ing to any firm decision about this compromise or another He declined to spell out what he might mean by another At the same time Republican leaders were said to be inclined to revise their proposal somewhat in an effort to gain Democratic support With neither Democratic nor Re publican leaders holding to an ab solute noyield stand hopes rose for a possible quick agreement on the measure which has been stale mated in the House Rules Com mittee since Senate passage Aug i The GOP proposal would give judges sole discretion to decide whether there should be a jury trial in voting rights cases in which a person is accused of AjiTiiii xWIH vdUaLlon Hip UL for four Ottumwa sisters ended criminal contempt for violating a court injunction If the judge tried the case with vy j vLLUt J CLI UAit vCtoC and brought death to two of them out a he could impose a pen ahd injuries to the two others 1f Catherine Brady 67 a teacher died Wednesday and Margaret be ary Bradv 58 a tnal the defendantif convicted ally no stronger than 90 davs in jail and a fine In the event he decided there should be a be imprisoned for as long as six months and fined up to Jury Trials The bill as passed by the Sen Theresa Brady 60 a teacher ate would guarantee jury trials remained hospitalized Rosa Bradys condition was listed as serious Thursday and Theresas as good to defendantsin criminal con tempt cases This would apply not only to voting rights cases but to cases arising under a wide range n or or Recommends Space Weather Station MINNEAPOLIS fl weathererd Minn a vista of some 450 station in outer space 19 milesimiies up could make accurate forecast for half the nationsays the Air Force doctorpilot of a balloon that soared to a record 102 000 feet Maj David G Simons told a news conference Wednesday night that one forecaster at that alti The major fully recovered from the fatigue which showed when he landed the balloon near Ellendale Tuesday was asked why a dangerous violating the law or Charles Barber New York know lhcv were going to and a sister Mrs Burr Williams jstart on roacj ne said but I ChevyChase Md who has beenn1 know specifications for in Mason City several weeks She the work arc Al4t dll ii C Officials said the sisters wereof lawsConviction for criminal returning from a vacation would carry a possible Minnesota They said it appeared of up to six months in jail a tire bl e w out causing theand up to fine Brady car to swerve into the pathl Tilc House passed a civil rights driven by Theodore SmithpiU conforming generally to the knou if the su Hampton Smith escaped with Eisenhower administrations rec un ij S thcsuper was preceded in death by her hus band in July 1940 Mrs Barber also was the aunt of Meredith Witlson Los Angeles composer and radio and televi sion star Dixie Willson Red Bank NJ writer and Cedric Can Reject Bids Iowa law allows the supervi sors to reject bids and do the work themselves if they stay be low the lowest bid and build ac cording to contract specifications Whether or not they are break apparently minor injuries ommendations It would authorize A51 of the sisters except Therithe attornev general to seek in esa Brady were thrown from the UnCtl0ns against violations of car by the impact and struck tv n8hts m general The House MIHJ Willson Dallas Tex cement inIrS the depends on whether sional pavement Theresa Brady had suffered a fracture in Minnesota and her leg was in a cast ENTERPRISE A MUSEUM WASHINGTON UP The House has given final congres 0 a bill permit Funeral services will be 2 p the m Friday at the PattersonJames assignment I guess I just asked for it harder than others he replied Simons said he thought it would pastor of the First Congregation al Church will officiate Burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery Friends may call al the chapel at j v ci i tU d UUl not they have departed from I ting the aircraft carrier contract specifications lo bc tlirncd into s J C Dickinson museum Mason City and R D Robbins Clear Lake both refused any comment DES MOINES v Atty Gen n an omnnjL iu Kci on sdni ue inouent H would r c v i i road it struck the Schafer car more than be possible to push a balloon such i J servlccsThe familv Lrbp salfi Thursday he according to Missouri state troopsc2resofgroundweathtr stations as he rode into the 120 000foot K t memorial contrijhad not yet received the formal crs j Simons said that from his Vanlevel ibut0ns made to the Heart referral from the Iowa Highway jtago point in the hallnnrT onr A iAssn Commission asking him to invos The dead man was a Hfclongofa resident of Floyd County havng farmed in Riverton Township ami in the Marble Rock Last winter he and his wife sold the farm and moved to Charles City ncwsman t ta spot felt closer to I i navui l idl IO ous thunderstorms of which hisjsoaring 32 hours in a puiplc parties were xinjsky that turned aware He reported earlier hav ing seen the western shore nriuef man heen me western shore of being able to contribute lo mans Sindav in Lake Michigan from above Brain1 progress smons aid jundi Lake Onuno RECOVER BODIES TH Jf h a Commission asking him to inves tigate a Cerro Gordo County sec ondary road project Erbe said he will decide on hisj the bodnext steps in the matter after the en who died Ireferral arrives Ife said he al a Uinnelljcady has some information rtni the general outlines of the matter bill contains no jury trial amend ment thus permitting a judge to punish violators of injunctions without a jury trial The Senate wrote in the jury trial amendment after limiting the effect of the bills injunction pro visions to voting rights cases In Committee After the Senate passed its bill jAug 7 the measure went back i to the House where it now is lodged in the Rules Committee Four Northern and Western Democrats started action last Monday to get a meeting of tha committee They filed written no tice with the chairman He had jthiec days to decide and that time ran out Wednesday midnight 1 Thursday Chairman Howard D I Smith DVa reiterated he has intention of calling a meeting Three other Southern Demo SAME crats on tllc cornmiUee sfand with meani tfjrdo in tn opposing civil rights lejz SI bouri jislation   

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