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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 27, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the DN CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKEJ ALL N O R T H I 0 A N 5 NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII PTCM Doited PZMI Full Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY AUGOST 27 1957 This Paper o Two Ml Balan Power Unchanged Dulles AFLCIO Body Files Its Charges Against Teamsters Vice President Jimmy Hoffa WASHINGTON AFL CIO Ethical Practices Commit tee Tuesday filed its own c h a r g e s against Teamsters Vice President James R Hoffa Their nature was not specified in a committee announcement The announcement said the committee served upon the Teamsters Union a report which includes charges con cerning the activities of Hoffa These charges were based primarily upon evidence and testimony before the McCiellan committee the announcement Hoffa Midwest Teamsters boss and apparently in line to succeed to the union presidency was a witness last week before the Senate jackets Investigat ing Committee headed by Sen McCiellan Hoffa repeatedly asserted in abilityto recollect events about which he was questioned Fi nally McCiellan suspended the hearings with the tart comment that the witness has no mem ory The Senate committeeaccused Hoffa of questionable actions in the handling of union funds in cluding a loan to a race track It also said he had bor rowed from employers with whom the union bargained collectively and from union sub ordinates The Senate investigators con tended also that Hoffa figured in the setting up of phony Teamster locals in New Yorlc City in an effort to extend his power in the union and allied himself with New York hood lum Johnny Dio for the same j purpose This was the AFLCIO Ethical Practices Committees third ac tion in the last few months against the Teamsters Union IOWAN SAYS Babys Sex Determined in 3rd Week Russia Tells of Missile First Test Completed MOS CO W Russia said Monday it has successfully tested an intercontinental rocket missile which can hit any spot on the globe No other nation East or West has announced such a claim The announcement said the initial test was carried out sev eral days ago The missile was described as super range and multistage Recent nuclear and hydrogen tests also havebeencarried out successfully at great height in re days the announcement The United States an PALO ALTO Calif sex of a baby now can be determined as early as its third week of de velopment in the womb a scien tist from the University of Iowa AP WfrepTioto BOYLE VOTES Howard Boyle Jr Milwaukee at torney running as an independent forUS Senate in Wisconsins special election Tuesday emerges from a polling booth after casting Ms vote Boyle has erapha sized his support of Joseph McCarthys policies in the campaign to fill the late senators seat Boyle is opposed by Republican Walter Kohler the favorite and Demo crat William Proxmire Cool Air Mass Brings Rain to Much of Iowa A cool overspread Iowa during the night and touched off showers and thunderstorms which brought moisture ranging up to nearly two inches The Weather Bureau said warm moisbair is rolling in over the top of the cooler air and the rainfall is a result of this Showers are expected to continue Wednesday Western Iowa points reported the heaviest rainfall Meas urements included Randolph 182 inches Oakland 158 Atlantic 153 Red Oak 104 Council Bluffs L49 and Greenfield 79 The rain moved into the Ma City area about 8 a m Temperatures Monday ranged from a high of 75 at Spencer to a peak of 91 at Lows early Tuesday ranged from 54 at Dubuque to at Burlington Ma son Citys low was 55 Additional moisture totals in cluded Fort Dodge 28 Oilman 60 Des Moines 76 Sioux City 60 Spen cer 21 Ottumwa 41 Waterloo 32 Cedar Rapids 08 Dubuque 27 Oskaloosa 32 S tor in Lake 47 Zearing 44 Perry 63 Gu thrie Center iOO Hubbard 96 It was stiH raining at mos points at observation time PRINCE WEDS BELLERIVE Switzerland Aly Khans younger brother Prince Sadruddin Tuesday mar ricd exotic London model Nina Dyer in a school house in thi Lake Geneva village SAME mtxni uaTfla death in M Escaped Convict Killed in Crash on Keokuk Bridge KEOKUK w Karl Clarence Sane 33 who police said was an scaped prisoner from the Mis ouri State Penitentiary ally injured on Municipal Bridge ere Monday night when his car urtled into a guard rail during police chase Officers said Kane had been liv ing under an assumed name Wil am Mullfell at Macomb 111 ollowing his escape from the enitentiary last April 17 He was erving a fiveyear burglary term t the time of his escape Authorities said the toll keeper at the Keokuk end of the bridge called them about 11 pm and said that he noticed a man bran dishing a gun while talking to hree girls The toll keeper also aid he heard Kane tell the girls ic was a police officer When Capt John Marlin and Patrolman Raymond Lovell ap jroached Kane in a squad car hey said Kane jumped into his own car and fled across the bridge The officers said gave chase with speeds up to 90 miles an hour At the eastern ap proach to the bridge they added Kanes car hit a guard rail He died in a hospital here about 2 am Tuesday reported Tuesday This shortens th6 time of recog nition by about a month and brings scientists closer to the point where they may be able to detect the changes which produce chil dren with outward physical sex abnormalities Dr Emit Witschi foldthe American Institute of Bio logical Sciences Sex reversal the process which ehangpg an indHadualfeom mate to female or the other way around is known to occur some time in the early weeks of preg nancy Germ Cells At least some of these changes come about because of degenera tive processes in the germ cells such as overripeness of the egg at the time of fertilization the scien tist said Dr Witschi using the technique of Dr Murray Barr a Canadian nerve specialist wasable to iden tify the sex of embryos less than an inch long He did this by tak ing samples ofthe embryonic skin and nerves and finding differences in their chromatin a substance which plays a part in cell division and growth If researchers can find the very beginning of sex changes in the development of the embryo they may be able to do something about preventing physical sex ab normalities Dr Witschi reported Reaction by System One possible way of treating them he said mightbe to giv antibodies to the mother durin pregnancy It has been theorized he added that a cause of thes abnormalities in male children i due to reaction of the mother system against the male cells o cent said nounced last Friday that Rus sians had resumed testing at Si berian proving grounds Ultimate Weapon The announcement broadcast to the world said the intercon tinental missile can reach any distant area without the strategic aviation which is at present vulnerable to antiair craft defense Such a missile as Russia claims to in the United States as the ultimate weapon RUSS PLANES TO LAND IN is the Soviet TU104 jet passenger plane which the US has granted Russia permission to fly to this country next month The flights will bring the Soviet delegation to the UN General Assembly session The delegation previously used regularly scheduled airlines in its travels The TU 104 the civilian version of the Badger bomber will be the first Russian plane to land here since 1937 A US crew will board it at Gander Newfoundland to guide it on its last leg to New York Discusses Rocket Report Vast Strides by Soviets FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON Secretary oi State John Foster Dulles said Tuesday that Russias claim to have developed intercontinental ballistics missiles will not affect the EastWesttbalance of military power now Dulles voiced doubt that Russians accompished any sud den breakthrough in the long range missiles field He noted that the Soviet announcement was not precise and was carefully House Passes 27997 Compromise 6R A Tass statement broadcast by theMoscow radio said A super longdistance intercontinental lultistage ballistic rocket was the roadcast said They fully con irmed the correctness of the cal ulations and the selected design The rocket flewat a very igh unprecedented altitude Cov nng a huge distance in a brief ime the rocket landed in the arget area The announcement marked the most important Soviet military dvance reported since Russia xploded her first Hbomb in Au ust 1953If put into mass pro uction thenucleararmed mis the child It is possible that thi reaction can suppress the develop ment of male characteristics somewhat the same way as th blood of a RH negative mothe orms antibodies against the RH ositive child she is carrying An antibody might block the se eaction Dr Witschi saidHow ver no such antibody has bee iscovered TRIAL SET LOS ANGELES Gail Russell 32 has been or dered to trial Oct 15 on a felon drunk driving charge Sh pleaded innocent Monday and i free on bail success the uL High Altitude Speaking of the tests WASHINGTON UP The House Tuesday approved 27997 a compromise righttovote bill that is expectedto become the st civil rights enacted by Congress since the Recoristruction Era The action sent the hotly fought measure back to the Senate which also was expected to ap ile would seriously affect orld balance of power the Driver Held After Car Plows Through Home at Fairfield FAIRFIELD E Cain 36 Ottumwa was charged Tues day with leaving the scene of the accident after his car plowed through the Clifford Thomas home near here Monday night Mr and Mrs Clifford Thomas and their son Arthur 5 were rudely awakened shortly after re iring Mondaynightwhen an auto mobile smashed into a room of iheir house and came out the oth er side No one was injured An investigation led to an un occupied car about 100 feet away from the onestory frame home located three miles east of here pn Highway 34 Police said a drivers license in prove it before the end of this week Republican leaders said in ad vance that President Eisenhower sign the bill into law The compromisebill throws new federal safeguards aroundmmor ity voting rights It also sets up v federal civil rights com mission to investigate illegal curbs on the ballot The measure aloprovides for a new assistant attorney to head a new civil rights division in the Jus tice Department Southern opponents in the House failed in a lastditch fight against the bill They lost a possible veapon when heavy absenteeism hat had marked other recenl House sessions failed to develop This was the second goround in Congress this year for civil rights egislation The House on June 1 lad passed its own broader ver West Disarm Proposals Are Rejected LONDON Russia Tuesday rejected the Wests terms for a U 4UU41U Ail LLAW At Sfanrf fnr on uclfar weapo of the vehicle belonged to He vas arrested abouf midnight in owntown Fairfield A passing notorist who brought Cain into own had notified police sion The Senate on Aug 7 pass ing its first civil rights bill in 8 ears amended this sharply Tuesdays House vote was oa agreeing to the Senates amend nents with two additiona in advance Republican and Democratic lead ers of both houses Voting for the bill were 128 Democrats and Ibl Republicans Against it were 82 Democrats and 15 Republicans The Senate Post Office Commit ee meanwhile broke off hearings on a postarrate increase bill and announced it had no plans to con clude testimony at this session of Congress The action apparent ly means the bill has no chance passage before Congress ad which may occur late this He suggested at Jiis news con ferencethat the announcement may have been influenced by in ternational politics Careful Study Dulles nevertheless said he has no particular reason to doubt the general veiacity of the Soviet statement The U S government he said is making a careful study of the announcement through its intelligence agencies Dulles said it must be assumed hat there are some facts which indejlie One ques ionTheadded is whetlsartheJbaU istics missiles hit a large or a small target Dulles said the Soviet announce ment emphasizes the formidable journs week Chairman Olin JohnsonCDSC said he did not see how the com mittee could continue meetings this session in view of the crush of windup business The House passed the Eisen hower administrations p o s t a 1 rate increase bill earlier this month The bill would raisefirst second arid third class rates to bring in an estimated 521 million dollars annually at full effect The Senate sought a final vote threat posed by the Soviets to the free world andjhejmportance of maintaining A11 i e d defenses agamstSoviet strength 7 Putting the Soviet claim in the framework of a threat to the free world Dulles mentioned the prog ress made by Soviet communism in Syria another He told his news conference very large amounts of Commu nist military equipment have given countryanof fensiye capability which has genuinely alarmed its neighbors Reciprocity also said the United States would consider on its merits an application from any Chinese Communist newsman to come totheUmted China has demanded reciprocal treatment if 24 American cor respondents are permitted to en ter that country as authorized by the State Department last Now Its Tranquillizer Pills for Animals LONDON UP A British company Tuesday put on themar ket a tranquilizer pill for anibv nightfall on thet battered for eign aid appropriations restored to That was 5308750000 less than the mals The company said the pill will stop dogs from barking and re a billfold found in the front nervousness anxiety andjamount called for by President EisenHower Signs Bill to Hike Vet Disability Payments WASHINGTON Presider lisenhower signed Tuesday a bill liking monthly payments to about AVO million veterans with disabili ies from service The increases effective Oct 1 range up to nearly 25 per cent in the case of veterans who are otally and permanently disabled but the rise will be about 10 per cent for most veterans getting the higher payments The cost tot he government is estimated at nearly 167 million dollars for the first year In a statement Eisenhower said he was signing the bill even though he felt it inadequately compensates some veterans with sky and ground inspection against surprise attack Soviet Delegate Valerian Zorin told the fivepower subcommittee of the UN Disarmament Com mission that the fivemonth nego tiations for an agreement to halt the world arms race has reached a state of deadlock The Russian diplomats speech was made available textually by the Soviet Embassy authorities after Moscow Radio had begun to broadcast an official statement on EastWest disarmament negotia tions The broadcast was interrupted and listeners told to ignore the statement as sent Zorins long statement blasting Western disarmament policies was the fiercest he has yet made n the negotiations and it sug jested that the Soviets are ready o call off the talks The state ment accused the Western Pow ers of lying The statement followed the Mos cow announcement Monday nigh that the Russians have tested sue cessfully an intercontinental mis sile capable of reaching any part in the world Western capitals had suspected the announcemen was timed for its effect on the disarmament talks more serious service connected disabilities while providing at the same time more than necessary increases to others Eisenhower said that when Congress meets again in January he expects to send it comprehensive proposals for veterans legislation HEADS WAF WASHINGTON1 ol Emma Riley a Missouri bankers daugh ter who once had dreams o learning tofly a plane is th new director of the women in th Air Force apprehension in highstrung aniEisenhower mals The tranquilizer is being offered to veterinarians with the claim that it is effective on dogs cats and other pets At the same time this was the tatus of other major bills with chance for congressional action FBI Files The House called up or debate its bill aimed at pro etting the sanctity of the FBI laim that the Senate bill doesnt o far enough Pay Raises The Senate may ct before the end of the week on wo Housepassed bills that would grant pay raises to IVi million and other federal workers Republicans have predicted a presidential veto on both Immigration The House was expected to act on a Senate passed bill that would ease refu ee admissions under the Walter McCarran Immigration Act The jill does not affect the status of 28000 Hungarian refugees ad mitted tothe United States as parolees during the Hungarian re volt last fail AP Wirephoo MOTHER OF 5 SHE CANT VOTErMrs JoDean Mil ler Sioux Falls SD is the proud mother of five chil she still isnt old enough to vote The family includes two sets of twins The 21yearold father holds Jerald 1 month while Mrs Miller who is 19 holds Jan nette 1 and James 1 month Threeyearold twins Jer rilyne and Jolene round put the family This Dulles although it did not promise admittance of any Chinese Communist reporters a sudden reversal of U S policy on the point of ad mitting Red reporters from China The original announcement of the decision to grant permission for American reporters to go to Red China had been specific on the point of no reciprocity Under questioning Dulles de clined to become involved in a discussion of German politics re lated to the coming Sept 15 gen eral elections Specifically Dulles declines to back the reelection bid of Chancellor Konrad Aden auer lest any such move be in terpreted as interference MORE MONEY WASHINGTON Sen ate Monday night voted its Racket Committee an extra to continue its investigation into next year Junk Yard Fails to Get Old U S Sub NORFOLK Va junk yard never got the subma rine Tarpon honored veteran of World War II The Tarpon sank nine Japanese merchant ships during the war The sub old at the age of 22 was sold for sal vage She was being towed Monday from New Orleans to Baltimore Md by the lug Julia C Sud denly the Tarpon with no one aboard sank in 150 feet of water 35 miles southsouthwest of Cape NC About The Weather Mason City Mostly cloudy with occasional rain or drizzle through Wednesday Low Tues day night 5570 High Wednes day mid 60s Iowa Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms through Wed n e s d a y Little temperature change Wednesday Low Tues day night 5666 Minnesota Showers quite cool GlobeGazette weather data up to S am Tuesday Maximum Monday 78 Minimum Monday night 55 At 8 am Tuesday 56 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 8J Minimum 81   

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