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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKESALL NORTH IOWA NS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIH Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY AUGUST 23 1957 This Paper Consists o Two Ono No 342 Syrians Deny Control by Communists Hoffa Promises Cleanup If Chosen Union Head WASHINGTON UP The Senate Rackets Committee abruptly broke off its question ing of Teamster Vice President James R Hoffa Friday on grounds that further question ing was USELESS WASHINGTON UP James R Hoffa Friday promised to clean up New Yorks racket ridden phony locals if he is elected pres ident of the Teamsters Union Hoffa now Teamsters vice pres ident and frontrunning candidate for the top post told the Senate Rackets Committee that retiring President Dave Beck made the decision to charter the bogus memberless union locals in New York i The committee has charged that Hoffa conspired with racketeer Johnny Dio to set up the locals in a move to give Hoffa control of all Teamsters in the big city Hoffa was then and still is czar of Teamsters in the Midwest Committee Counsel Robert F Kennedy shouted at Hoffa early in Fridays session You were the one who recommended that the phony locals be chartered But Hoffa insisted The decision was made by President Beck Promises Good Union Are you trying to place the blame for all of this on Mr Beck asked Committee Chair man John L McClellan DArk No sir replied Hoffa If I had any other responsibility I would accept it Hoffa almostcertain choice to succeed Beck next month at th unions convention then told Sen ate investigators that he wouk absolutely run a good union he is elected Questioned about his dealing with Dio and others with Ion criminal records Hoffa said tha as president he would deal wit individuals who will not bring an harm to the labor movement Sen Irving M Ives RNY thundered at Hoffa Youve consorted with a these bums and criminals through out your career Are you going to change GM Answers Reuther USIs Will Investigate Union Campaign Contribution DBS MOINES that McNeal said his committee the Teamsters Union contributed plans to make a very complet money to the campaign of Gov analysis of the situation Herschel Loveless will be invest He cited a section of Iowa lav gated by the Iowa Legislative Inpassed in 1937 which makes i vesligation Committee R e p unlawful for any person or po Clark McNeal RBelmond says litical organization to use an McNeal chairman of the comfunds donated by a Suggests Contract Extension Counters Car Price Cut Plan DETROIT Motors replying to Walter Reuthers proposal for a price cut on 1958 car models has asked the United Auto Workers union to exconvinced that there had been a the purpose of conducting a can tend its GM contract two violation of the Iowa paign for political purposes nonresiden mittee said Thursday he was I person firm or corporation fo a contribution to economic stability law McNeal said the committee wa Teamsters Vice President interested inthe extent of th President Harlow Curtice of James Hoffa testified before a sort of thing and said he b General Motors made the reply Senate investigating committee lieves ihe Teamster contnb to Reuthers proposal It was theNS week that the Teamsters had Uon is only a small part of sue Lying Defense Chief Makes Charge DAMASCUS Syrias acting defense minister has charged the United States raised a false threat of a Communist takeover in Syria in order to hide its own bid for greater Middle Eastern influence Khaled el Azem joined other Syrian officials in denying that Syria is falling under Soviet con trol as a result of leftist officers taking control of the army The United States knows Syria indusldonated funds to the campaignlfunds coming into Iowa from of one candidate for governor ofjoutside the state Reuther UAW president in 1956 portrayed his proposal as a At a Shelby County Republican Later in an interview Haroldlpicnic at Harlan Thursday night means forfighting inflation He Gibbons of St LouissecretaryRoscoe Jones of Atlantic 7th Dis I will not accept foreign influence Azek told American reporters Thursday You pretend we have become Communist and are under the in interpreted Curtices response as treasurer of the Central States trict Republican chairman urged an arbitrary rejection and acConference of the union said the a full investigation to determine cused GM of shocking disremoney went lo the paid the money who in gard of the public welfare Paign and the amount was either Iowa received it who endorsed The UAW chief also charged 5000 or he couldnt rethe checks and through what ac GM with intending to go on member which icount it was handled shortchanging American sumers through higher prices Curtice made his counterpro1 posal in a letter to Reuther de scribing it as a constructive step against inflation The United Auto Workers leader answered Mason City Mostly cloudy with All About The Weather AP Wircphoto RESCUED BOY AIDED Bonar Seholes 16 Timmins Ont receives blood plas ma as he lies on a stretcher after he was rescued from an abandoned mine shaft Scholes was one of five boys who fell into the entrance to the shaft One of the boys Ronnie Blakemore 15 died His body was recovered Friday Claim Road Building Firms Not Entitled to Iowa Work No Licenses Are Recorded Doing Highway Commission Jobs By HARRISON WEBER DES MOINES jury to one person 8500000 for injury to more than one and S100 000 property damage Upon further checking how ever it was discovered that Sharp was involved in an accident at jSpencer on Aug 15 and that it the claim for that accident which had been filed with Em ployers Mutual Casualty Co of Des Moines and not for the Perry mishap state officials said Sharp Loveless to Decide Soon on Session DES MOINES question of a special legislative session in a public statement Rejection Arbitrary He said Curtices letter was anj arbitrary rejection of the un ions price cut proposal He then denounced GM declaring company evades basic issues Last week Reuther proposed to the auto industrys Big Three of GM Chrysler and Ford that they cut 1958 car prices by an average of a car In return he said the union would be willing to ad just next years contract de mands Reuther has not indicated what concessions the union might of fer The UAW has said it will seek higher wages and a shorter vork week next spring when hreeyear contracts in the auto ndustry expire GM has been the first to reply 0 the union An extension of contracts as Curtice proposed would not in fringe on coslofliving changes or annual productivity increases provided for in the contracts The Hoffa apparently jolted by the tion has developed whether a firmirammed into a bridge causingjthis fall is expected to be an cnarge replied I intend to in excess of a million S10000 damage His licensejswered within two weeks Gov duct myself with respectabilityMars worth of business with lhenaci Deen suspended about Loveless says because I realize that Ihestate Highway Commission is to the Spencer acci The Governor said mea who put me into office canally entitled to operate in thecent safety officials said take me out Will Correct Union Whats it going to be Good or bad Ives demanded state Actually there are two firms in volved in the occasional showers and thun derstorms and cooler Friday night chance of locally heavy rains Low Friday night 5257 Partly cloudy little tempera ture change Saturday high 70 75 Iowa Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunder showers Friday night locallj heavy rains likely northeast Cooler Low Friday night 525 northwest 5762 southeast Partly clou dy no importaii temperature change Saturday high in 70s Further Partly cloudy a little warme Sunday Minnesota Fair and cooler Fr day night with low 4045 north west to 5558 extreme southeast Saturday fair w i t h slightly Democrats Draff New Rights Plan By UNITED PRESS Democratic leaders are draft ng a counterproposal to the Re publican compromise plan on the civil rights bill This was disclosed Friday by Speaker Sam Rayburn who said the Democratic proposal might be ready Saturday The move came amid reports that the Democratic leaders are willing to go halfway toward ac cepting the GOP plan Rayburn made it plain that the Republican present ly fill the bill He said there seem to be some very peculiar things about it The Republican plan calls higher temperatures northwest for granting a federal judge and extreme north high in 70s discretion whether to grant a Thursdaj he wants to study a report on the Order Lifted states finances this weekend and Morris Hanson assistant direcivisit with some legislators next tor of safety responsibility saidiweek before deciding on a special Road Builders Inc of Iowa andlsince it was determined that T i IT TVN firiinrnril T T The standingroom only crowd lowa Road Building Co of Minnecompanies could show financial Loveless said a special session in the Senate caucus room The fjrms are opcratcd by responsibility the order more political than economic ercd when Hoffa m what seemedHarok Edman and Althur ottening them from using the statesTheres no question but what we i i ti 1 fiI f f t i to be a slip of the tongue said bolh f Fairmont Minn recognize both responsibilities The union Hoffa told Ives will be run for the benefit 0 The records of the office of the secrctary of state indicate that highways was lifted effective imicoulcl opcrate through the bien nkun without a special session mediately There is a stiff penalty for a he said the members and will be coi reeled where it needs correction ss in Iowa The question is whether there auto workers present average pay is about an hour Living Cost By coincidence the Curtice Reuther exchange came on the same day the government an nounced a costofliving increase for the 13th straight month Auto workers through their es calatorclause contracts get a 3 cent hourly pay raise effective the week of Sept 1 Curtice backed his contract tension proposal as a contribu tion to economic stability for the1 nation He said it would have at most constructive effect even be yond our industry GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum Thursday 81 Minimum Thursday night 64 At 8 am Friday 66 Precipitation 105 inches YEAR AGO Maximum 87 Minimum 60 ury trial in criminal contempl cases arising out of violations of court orders to protect voting Under that plan a judge who refused to grant a PRETTY FROM NASTY UGLEY England Schoo teacher Evelyn Pretty moved here this week from the town Eluence of the Soviet Union You use this as a weapon and propaganda hoping to frighten people who fear communism and out their goods t h e defense chief as serted You use it to force Amer ican and European public opinion to support American policy in the Middle East Oil Interests If you told people frankly the purpose which is to replace British and French influence by your own and to guaranteethe interest of oil companies and oth er monopolies the American peo ple would not help by giving you funds A statement read by Azem said the American people and Presi dent Eisenhower fail to under stand the Arab mind and Arab aims U S help to imperialism and Zionism willing or unwilling ly is preventing any under standing between the Arab and peoples he declared In addition you Americans want to dictate your will to all people and want them to follow he same policy You want to dominate large and small coun tries Azem said Russia wants Syria to be entirely free from the influ ence of the West as well as the Soviet Union itself Blames Embassy Syrian President Shukri Kmvat ly was quoted in the Cairo news paper Al Ahram Friday as blam ing U S embassy staff violation trial could not impose a penalty greater than a fine and 90 days in jail Rayburn said the GOP plan presumes that a judge could pass sentence before he knew the facts He said this seems out of line to lawyers He said negotiations have not started with Republicans yet on jury i of convention diplomatic rules for of Nasty in Hertfordshire Democratic counterproposal 1 the Minnesota corporation and the tm mm y m The question is whether there lv reference to iiViTrnicnntli Tip i i r Jill V MJLL1ML It n l t1 nt vu Iowa corporation have not been icenscn TO any posslbihly of compromise proposaj Although rare v used a me union s cai price tin imjpuxu Wild West Casualty authorized to do business in the seda comPanJ relation to revenues slate of Iowa since 1955 Ally coulrt fined a da for eachi The Governor vetoed a 2i per day of business the company op erated in Iowa without proper au General Norman Erbe slated State officials became com ested in the companies through also could bc ined a Iesscr an accident involving a state under another provision Last May Commerce Commisjn hc state code or bothi the alj sioncr John A Tallmans car was lonicy general added The ccnt sales tax measure passed by the 1957 Legislature McELROYS SUCCESSOR CINCINNATI Howard J was a statement that GMs prices were not properly the rubject of I collective bargaining Shortsightedness Reuther in sharply worded comment said GM had shoun shorlsighlcdncss toward a prac DALLAS dclegalcs to m collision with a truck near Percalls fov a penalty of SI a month nf P the convention of Toastmaslers y Thc truck was said to September and pyramids up cay aS PreMtlcm O1 MT International a public speakers to the Iowa corporation but it had o a month for January uammc L0 lo ivcu H organization staged a mock gunfighl in a hotel lobby Thursday It was al in fun but there was a casualty just the same companies following the a Minnesota license plate Accident Claim A claim wts filed against the each month thereafter Erbe e I Companies both foreign and state are required to file an an named ThursStical anci Positive proposal from the union By its refusal Reulher said secretary GM nas demonstrated a shock jing disregard for the welfare ofj jthe American buying public and indicates its inlention to go on it KV 11 Ctll L V 14 I 1 L Lt Ull V i il iitv ains1 nual report sometime between thc Fairmont Mum a b o u t three American consum accidenl riav anf tlo ri years ago after spending more thrnnch higher nriccs first day of July and the first day Arthur Stadc crs through higher prices Prices on 1958 model cars will Tom Murphy of Dallas tryjit was through this claim that theo uicust xvith certain exceptions than 25 ycar hcrc A ing to fan his sixshooter in apallorncy generals office and A sfmilar case croppcd up backnlso hcld slock in the companies nol bc announccd unui later in proved western style gashed iothcrs became interested in the in the mjd 30s involvinn a con but thc tno split up several ycar lnduslry sources have his thumb by getting it tangled case tractor from western Iowa who and stadc started his ownl idtncv mav bp hijncr in view with the hammer Man Dies in Auto Crash at lowa City IOWA CITY UP Roscoc sibility 59 Palm Springs Calif Edman conferred with was killed and his wife injured officials here Thursday and athis company was qualified to otten said the companies critically in a cartruck collisionlirst it was thought that the truckbusmcss in Iowa which deal primarily in asphalt on U S 6 about 4 miles west ofdriver Archie Sharp Blue Earth j Report Statement resurfacing had a million and a This slimmer the stale departhad not legally been licensed to firm menl of public safety suspendedIdo business in the state for some One highway official at Ames Ithc right of thc two firms to usefive or six years As a result of said thnt the company had al ilowas road system because iheythis case the highway commisways done good work and failed to show financial rcsponsion included in its specifications commission felt they were quite for Icttings the requirement ihalreputable contractors safetythe contractor had to state thatj When contacted at Fairmont iof increased labor and material costs here today The truck driver was Minn had turned the claim over not injured CARDINAL DIES to thc Employers Mutual Casual ty Co of Des Moines The com panies have their insurance with State officials said that a certinajf dollarsin contracts this sum fied public accountant from Minmcr m highway projects mostly ncsota staled in a financial report in Iowa but somo in Minnesota Edman said We will do cvery i filed with the Iowa highway comi ROME CardinalEmployers Mutual of Wavisaumission that the Iowa Road Build Mercati 90 librarian of the RoWis Safety officials said it wasjing Co was qualified to do m to thc man Catholic Church died Thursldetermined that the conipaniesjncss in lowa in 1957 situation immediately if some day night in residence ihave insurance of for in Otton and Edman moved to thing is wrong noninterference in the internal affairs of the country for Americas deterioraling relations with Syria Kuwatly is in a hospital at Alex andria Egypt He was quoted as saying Its on the West that most responsibility rests for the tension and troubles currently prevailing in the Middle East They accuse us of Commu jnism because Syria announced i acceptance of any unconditional economic help from Russia or any other country But Syria will inot become a base for Commu jnisls or other London Report A London newspaper thc Daily Express reported from Damascus that thousands of Russian volun teers are pouring into Syria lo stay and fight for the Syrians when Syria feels the time has come to try to roll Israel into the sea Correspondent Donald Wise i wrote that Ihe Russians are esti jmated already to have sent Syria 250 tanks and 60 MIG jet fighters In London diplomatic sources jsuid Syrias anti Communist Ineighbors plan to isolate her in an effort to cordon off Soviet in jfluence The Arab neighbors are Lebanon Jordan Iraq and Tur ikcy The informants said the United States and Britain have decided any open intervention trend AP Wircphoto MAN SOME CAT Billy Frees 13 Oklahoma City wanted to give his grandmother a present but had no ready cash She allowed that a fish dinner would be justfine Billy had no luck with rod and reel but man aged to wrestle this 25pound catfish out of the North Canadian River with his bare hands He had witnesses Youth Is Charged in Knife Attack WEST BRANCH A 16year old farm youth Friday faced a 0 Batters son of Mr and LCSIJC Walters was charged Thursday after authorities said SAME IBUck ting means death In 11 hours and also the scratches from the sharp fins to prove his stabbed Martha Fawcett t fish story The cat was on display but now is resting on iwith a hunting knife she re ice waiting for Sunday dinner histod his advances   

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