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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS I VOL LXIM Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 1 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No 301 Order Check of Teamsters Delegates Broad Family Life Policy Is Outlined by Church Council NEW YORK broad family life policy approving re marriage of widows and advocating full equality for wives Tuesday was set forth by an official of the National Council of Churches leading voice of Protestantism in the United States The policy was outlined by the Rev William Genne executive director of the councils family life department It wasoffered as guidance to the 37 million members of 30 Protestant and Eastern Orthodox churches represented by the council Genne said the council wanted to family life matters for Protestants because Pope Pius XII said Monday Catholic women should subordinate themselves to their husbands and earlier had advised widows not to remarry Various Protestant denominations are not in complete agree ment on family matters Genne said but there is nearunanimity on these points The individual is responsibU for acting in accordance with his own conscience Widowhood is not necessarily a higher spiritual state nor any more desirable than remarriage The general feeling is that marriage should be a team ar rangement with neither partner holding a necessarily upper hand Legislators Are Polled on Money Bills DES MOINES Gov Hcrsch el Loveless said Tuesday he is asking the 158 members of the Legislature by letter for their re actions to a series of proposals he made for capital improve ments appropriations and a tax program which might be taken up in a special session The proposals were the same as those rejected by a grouo of Governor matter last week General Feeling The letter said If there is a general feeling that none of the suggested reve nue sources is acceptable I can see no point in incurring the ad ditional expense of a special ses sion The letter also outlined three other subjects which might be taken up in any special session One would be to provide addi tional appropriations for the State Board of Social Welfare The sec ond would be to remove the 2Vz per cent maximum interest rate which could be paid on bonds to finance bonuses for Iowa Korean War veterans The third would be enacting a revenue bond plan of financing new buildings at the state educational institutions Cost of Session The Governor told the legisla tors he was sure they realized a special session would cost from to and that he was sure none of us would want to be involved in this expenditure unless positive results in the form of capital appropriations and a mutually satisfactory tax pro gram can be enacted I favor a special session if there is some indication that the members of the General As sembly are favorably disposed to Maunory Regime Toppled PARIS French govern ment fell Monday night on a vote of noconfidence in its program for a measure of home rule in Algeria Only 253 deputies of the 538 present voted for the old government of Premier Maur ice BourgesMaunory 279 voted against Before the confidence vote was taken the premier warned the assembly that France cannot save Algeria by force of arms alone He said history taught that an ideal and moral force also can tip the balance in a bat tle He warned rejection of his pro posal would merely make a so lution of the 35monthold Alger ian war more difficult to find The plan was assailed from both the extreme right and the extreme left The right felt the law would open the way for even tual Algerian independence The left maintained the only way to peace was through direct talks would produce the amount of rev enue required to meet additional appropriations Drivers Helper Arrested in Death of lowan W Earl T Steward charged at Elko Nev with the murder of a slain Iowa ruck driver was arrested here Monday by Federal Bureau of In vestigation agents Steward formerly of Balti more Md had been the drivers helper Thomas R Jessen 55 of Ja maica Iowa had hired Steward in Oakland Calif for the trip back to Iowa Jessen shotthrough the head was found 10 days ago inside the abandoned trailer of the truck south of Wendover Utah The cab was found at Wendover near the Nevada line About was missing rebels Hands In Resignation BourgesMaunoury jn office only since June 13 immediately handed his resignation to Presi dent Rene Coty Coty refused to accept it at this time and in the present cir cumstances BourgesMaunoury agreed to stay only until his suc cessor can be found The noconfidence vote was short of the absolute majority of the total 596 deputies which would have forced BourgesMaunoury to resign This left Coty free to ask to stay in office Ayr Farmer Killed in Accident M O U N T A Y R Ernest Hegg 49 farmer east of Mount Ayr was fatally injured Monday in a truck accident on his farm Heggs body was found by Ches ter Huffman Kellerton when Huffman came to the Hegg farm to assist with some hauling Hegg had backed up with a truckload of brush to dump it into a ditch on his farm He ap the ditch SCHOOL BUS CRASHES INTO RAVINE workers bend over victims of a school bus accident after the vehicle plunged onto a footbridge near Los Ao jj j j V geles and crashed upsidedown into a ra the bridge AP Wirephoto vine Two youngsters were killed and a number injured severely The driver said the brakes failed and the machine ca reened wildly down a street before hitting Gunmen Captured or Slain in 300 Mile 2State Chase NORTH VERNONrInd An Indiana detective sergeant Tuesday captured a gunman who with a companion killed two state police troopers and wounded three other officers to climax one of the greatest manhunts in the states history The patrolman one of about 300 officers who took part in the Money Bag From Garner Bank Left Behind by Killers A money bag from the Han cock National Bank and Trust Co Garner Iowa was includ ed in a parital inventory of ob jects left behind in the flight of the copkilling desperadoes who reached the end of the trail in Indiana At Garner bank president H L Ollenburg said so far as he knows there have been no ma jor business place breakins in Garner in the last 60 or 90 days He said he could not imagine how a money hag of the bank could have come into posses sion of the desperadoes Such bags usually are used by busi ness firms to carry their re ceipts to the bank for deposit TOPS IN IOWA DES MOINES search of a woodland area south of here brought the badly wounded bandit out of a wooded grove where he had spent the night Police fearful they would have to shoot it out with the gunman carried a heavy array of weapons and kept in touch with each other with walkietalkies during the search Other officers in the slate police and North Vernon police con tingents girdled the area on foot and manned about 75 roadblocks in a 10square mile area south of here ducks for the gunman in the fog and early morning darkness The dead troopers were Pellot 23 Clinton The Weather Mason City Continued fair and pleasant through Wednesday High Wednesday in lower 80s Low Tuesday night in mid 40s William KeUems 27 Scottsburg Ind The captured gunman was iden tified as Victor W Whitley 26 Granger Tex Authorities said the gunman wai one of two bandits who killed a state trooper in Michigan another The desperadoes then fled to Indiana killing another state patrolman and wounding two police officers in a gun battle at a roadblock One of the officer was reported in critical condition 101st Is Relieved at School Guard Troops Take Over ROCK LITTLE Arkansas National Guardsmen ook over from federal paratroop ers at Central High School Tues day as tension continued to ease in the second week of troop jnforced integration Only about 20 paratroopers were on patrol duty when the 153rd Infantry look over shortly after 7 am Col William Drake public relations officer for the Arkansas Military District said patrolling at the high school would now be done entirely by the National Guardsmen Since they look over at the school last Wednesday the troops of the 101st Airborne Division gradually have relaxed the cor don about the school The guard around the school had declined Monday from a solid line of steel lelmeted bayonetready troops of last Wednesday to a few two man patrols Guard Reduced For the first time Monday the troops of the armored division sheathed their bayonets and the guard inside the school had been cut from 24 to 11 Street barri cades were taken down and traf fic began moving normally by the school Also for the first time the nine Negro students no longer had a military guard as they arrivec for classes Tuesday but they stil rode in an Army station wagon As the scene at the school con tinued to relax Tuesday a group of citizens worked quietly in an effort to organize a show of op position to the way Gov Faubus The search was held up for a time by a denseJog Police feared the searchers would be sitting handled the racial integration ducks for fhp mmman in thD na problem at the school One group of 24 business and session bus said he was considering Such a session would seek means of removing troops from the school 30 on Duty Only about 30 National Guards men were on patrol duty Tues morning afternoon and seriously wounded f bega another The desperadoes then v ng The barricades were th rflt T Ugf a re normalcy at toe school le f Guardsmen fed by Eisenhow er after mob violence broke ou JLO uamiiy ion patently was in b a c fc of the County ASC office Tuesday was truck when it rolled backwards announced winner of the pmmngt him against the wall of competition to select the I H i f j standing county office in Iowa first out Why the Salvation Army To combat sin and despair Its activities in elude Openair and indoorworship services Leadership training classes Ladies Home League Musical instruction recreation and handicraft classes x Family counseling and relief Transient relief Weekly visits to nursing homes Golden Ager meetings Youth Center Emergency service Many hours of service are volunteered takes some money too All the Red Feather agencies help build a better Mason City Pag 10 rervtce It Walker Taylor feT iSVL SttleNand dZped Continuedjair and pleasjfrom the getaway car Iowa ant through Wednesday Tuesday night 4555 Minnesota Fair and mild high Wednesday 7582 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Monday Minimum Monday night At 8 am Tuesday YEAR AGO Maximum 64 Minimum 41 Low viving bandit later abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot into the woods about seven miles south of North Veraon During their twostate flight they also abducted a man and woman in Michigan and a deputy sheriff in Indiana All were re leased unharmed The bandits were believed wanted for a crosscountry crime spree 83 36 53 a fed eral Court from further interfer ence of integration at the school One company of the paratroop ers consisting of about 200 men went to the troop area behind the high school The remainder were placed in reserve at the Little Rock University armory and at nearby Camp Robinson Their of ficers said they were subject to instant recall to the high school if needed THOMAS HAGGERTY of Hoffa SURVEY SHOWS Rank and File Not in Favor of Jim Hoffa New York Herald Tribune News Service PRINCETON N J The sentiment of the rank and file members of the International Teamsters Union is three to one against the selection of James R Hoffa as their new international president at the forthcoming election in Miami to succeed the retiring Dave Beck This figure was obtained in a spot check of the 1400000 members of the union by the American Institute of Public Opinion in 27 cities from coast to coast Personal Profit The overwhelming opposition sentiment of the members was that Hoffa had personally prof ited at the expense of the mem bers themselves that he had brought discredit to the union by his actions and that in the final analysis he just is not the kind of man they want to head their international There was a minority opinion however that Jimmy is an all right guy and would like to see him elected to the presi dency of their national organi zation In the opinion of this small group Hoffa is a good worker who is interested in the welfare of the teamsters a man they believe could ably handle the administration of the huge trucking union No Resentment In addition the Institute re porters found that the Team sters willing to express an opin ion said they did not resent the current investigations of their union by Sen lohn L McClel lans special committee on LaborManagement Practices trufr viewcd said they believed that the investigations are a good thing In their opinion the hearings will clear up a lot of crookedness and show the people just how some of these guys operate HAAKON BURIAL OSLO Norway sor rowing Norway buried its beloved King Haakon VII Tuesday Mercury Soars in Iowa for 3rd Straight Day Temperatures soared again Tuesday giving Iowa summer like weather for the third con secutive day Highs Monday were as much as 10 degrees above seasonal from 76 at Du buque to 87 at Sioux City The mercury early Tuesday morning dipped to chilly levels Lows ranged from 40 at Atlantic to 54 at Burlington Temperatures Tuesday after noon were expected to soar into the high 70s and low 80s dipping between 45 and 55 Tuesday night The Weather Bureau reported no precipitation in Iowa during the past 24 to I wo weeks since the state has had rainfall of any consequence PRECONFERENCE TALK Four southern governors preparingto meet with President Eisenhower at the White House pose at a breakfast conference as they meet to try and forpe a common proposal on how to deal with the crisis over troopenforced integration at Little Rock Ark Left to right are Gov Frank Clement of Tennessee who proposed the talks Luther Hodges of North Carolina Leroy Collins of Florida and Theodore McKeTcliri of Maryland Decision Is Made by Beck Hoffas Lead Could Be Cut FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES MIAMI BEACH Teamsters President Dave Beck Tuesday ordered a recheck of delegates credentials questioned y the Senate Rackets Commit ee a move which could slice the ig lead James R Hoffa now lolds in the race for the top union job We are bending over back wards to see that no delegate is seated where a protest is backed by factual data Beck said in asking the credentials committee 0 go over the list of delegates rom 68 locals questioned by Sen ate investigators The Senate committee informed he convention that it had reason to believe more than onehalf of some 1900 delegates were chosen mproperly The Teamsters com mittee met backstage while so called noncontroversial changes n the unions constitution were before the convention FourMan Race Chicago contender Thomas J Haggerty one of four in the race o succeed Beck said that a first jallot victory for Hoffa could be stopped But Haggerty said only properly elected delegates could be seated if he and other antiHoffa candi dates Thomas Hickey of New York and William A Lee Chi to have a chance Rep John S Shelley DCalif withdrew as a candidate for president with an appeal to the other candidates to unite in a stopHoffa rally of strength In Washington Chief Justice Warren may act on an effort by a group of Teamsters Union members to block the election of national union officers Warren has under advisement an appeal by 13 Teamsters members in New York for reinstatement of an injunction delaying the union election Hoffa opponents are banking heavily on the threat that the Teamsters will be expelled from the AFLCIO if Hoffa is named to succeed Beck The convention Monday seated approximately 1500 delegates listed by the Credentials Commit tee as being simon against whom no question has been raised 175 Challenged Haggerty has challenged seat ing of approximately 175 dele gates from 112 locals His cam paign manager Peter J Hoban Jin a statement Monday night said the Credentials Committee has withheld credentials of 322 locals with some 571 near ly three times the number that the Haggerty camp has chal lenged Hoffa remained supremely con fident of election on the first bal lot The Detroit Teamster boss re ceived an ovation when he en tered the convention Monday Later he was reappointed chair man of the Central Conference of Teamsters by Beck and was en dorsed by the group At a meet ing of the conference Hoffas handling of union funds which has come under some criticism was unanimously approved and he was given a virtual blank check on future spending Aged Des Moines Man Falls to Death DES MOINES UP Louis Kreiger 73 fell to his death from the third floor of Broadlawns General Hospital Monday night Authorities said Kreiger a heart patient at thf hosptial since Sept 5 struggled out of an oxygen tent climbed onto the window ledge and then accidentally fell to his death TOLL RISES LAHORE Pakistan death toll in a collision between a passenger train and an oil train in west Pakistan Sunday has ris jen to nearly 300 lives according jto reports reaching here Tues day   

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