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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 15 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No Ike Scientists in HushHush Parley Guard at School Reduced Bulk of Force to Depart WASHINGTON Wi Secretary of the Army Brucker Monday announced plans to cut in half the number of regular Army para troopers at Little Rock Central High School He also said the Army will dismiss from federal control the bulk of Arkansas Na tional Guardsmen who were fed eralized Sept 24 Brucker said the reduction in federal troop strength in Arkan sas will start immediately and will return about 500 of the 1000 members of the 101st Airborne Di vision to their regular post at Ft Campbell Ky The Army said that only 1800 Arkansas National Guardsmen will be retained on federal duty and that the remaining 8500 members of the Guard will oe re leased Major Force Brucker said also that Maj Gen Edwin A Walker com mander of the federal force or ganized to enforce court inte gration orders at the high school has been ordered to use the 153rd Regiment of the Arkansas Na tional Guard as the major op erational force to carry out his mission Brucker said the decision to reduce the number of federal troops and guardsmen on duty was in recognition of the gener ally orderly situation which has prevailed in Little Rock since the National Guard of that state was federalized and the airborne troopers were sent to Little Rock AP Wirephoto DISCOVER NEW Massachusetts Memo rial Hospitals doctors Robert Wilkins and Wil liam Hollander use a chart to show how a new drug discovery chlorothiazide relieves high blood pressure New Drug Has Amazing Effect on Hypertension Individual Basis The Army said the Arkansas guardsmen to be kept in federal service will be selected on an in dividual basis from the entire membership of the Army and Air Force Guard of the state The Army said the exact time the troops will leave Little Rock will be determined later and will depend on how soon the Air Force provided transports to fly them back to Kentucky At Little Rock meanwhile the fourth week of integration at the school began quietly Monday with seven Negros entering and leav ing the building under the pro tection of troops There were no hecklers present Two other Negroes ill with the flu remained at home Order Retrial in Confidential Case BOSTON of a new drug for the relief of high blood pressure has been an nounced by two doctors at Massachusetts Memorial Hos pitals The discoverers Dr Robert W Wilkins 50 and Dr William Hollander 32 said Monday night the chloro thiazide may add up to 20 years to the life expectancy of some 20 million Americans who suffer from high blood pres sure They said they tried the drug over a period of several months on 51 patients with amazing startling and exciting results The doctors said that even the toughest cases of hyper tension high blood pressure patients who failed to respond to all other forms of treatment responded to chlorothiazide Dr Wilkins president elect of the American Heart Assn said hypertension strikes some 20 million Americans at the av erage age of 32 and reduces their life expectancy by some 20 years The doctors explained that it has been known for some time that the kidneys and the salt content of the body are some how connected with hyperten sion and that kidney disease produces high blood pressure For seven years they experi mented with diuretic com pounds to determine if they could make standard drugs for reducing high blood pressure They said chlorothiazide initially was be Hoffa in Plea of Innocent Perjury Case Is Heard NEW YORK R Hof fa Teamsters Union leader pleaded innocent in Federal Dis Irict Court Tuesday to five counts of perjury involving a federal grand jury investigation of wirej tapping in his Detroit headquar ters A previous 52500 bail bond cov ering his release in a wiretap con spiracy case was rewritten to cover the perjury indictment Judge William Herlands re served decision on a motion by Sol Gelb Hoffas attorney fojr in definite postponement of trial on both indictments and gave the defense until Oct 25 to make further motions He said that ifj he has not decided the motion by Oct 25 he would on that datej set the trial dates for both cases Hoffa recently was elected president of the 1400000member International Brother hood of Teamsters but has been barred by court order from taking of fice Plans Upset The 44y e a rold Detroiters plans to take over the scandal tainted Teamsters Union were upset Monday by U S District Court in Washington Federal Judge F Dickinson Letts issued a temporary restraining order that barred Hoffa and others elected with him Oct 4 at the unions Miami Beach convention from taking office The term of Dave Beck incum bent president runs to Dec 1 Beck had agreed however to step aside to give Hoffa an I earlier start in directing the 1 400000man union On his arrival here Monday ACCIDENT Dunn with a wrecker crew from Mason City inspects the damage to a car driven by Charles L Forbes 25 Rockford Route 2 Forbes was injured after his car went out of control and rolled over after a country road collision south and east of Mason City lieved to be merely a diuretic Hoffa said it appeareci that compound but soon they dis covered it also lowered high blood pressure in its own right The doctors said it now ap pears that chlorothiazide has a double action It effectively re duces the body fluid and salt and it reduces high blood pres sure by itself Farmer Hurt in Collision Charles L Forbes 25 Rock jford was in Park Hospital Tues day as a result of a broken shoulj der received in a twocar colli sion The accident occurred on a country road four miles south and five miles east of Mason The Weather Mason City Cloudy and mild with occasional rain through Wednesday High Wednesday in low 60s Lows Tuesday night mid 50s Iowa Cloudy with occasional rain or drizzle Tuesday night low in 50s Scattered showers Wednesday continued mild Minnesota Light rain mild Trucker Tells of Holdup M a s o n City police Tuesday were investigating the storv of GlobeGazette weather data up a Texas truck drivel wnQtold Pickard Interstate Power Co Board Chairman Is Dead F Pickard 69 chairman of the Board of Inter state Power Co died early Tues day following a short illness Hej was associated with Interstate asj chief executive officer for years Mr Pickard came to Dubuque nr1939framTnIss he was president of the Central States Power and Light Co elected president of Inter LOS ANGELES tfi Confiden Hal magazine and associates are he until 1953 when he was made scheduled to be retried on crimi nal libel conspiracy charges Nov 20 The date was set Monday by Superior Judge Herbert V Walk er The first trial which lasted two was chairman of the board and senior A leader in the gas and electric business Mr Pickard upon as sumj thc presidcncy of Inter months ended Oct 1 with thc jury state worked unUringlv loward unable to reach a verdict To be retried with Confidential are Fred and Marjorie Meade Whisper magazine Hollywood Re the successful reorganization of the company until today Inter state is recognized as one of the in nations leading utilities search Inc and Publishers Dis extcnsivi tributmg Corp They are having begun hislnection with the purchase of Peo to have conspired to libel in 1909 with the Gas division by tics through publications of scanCaroiina Public Service Co at Interstate Power he made fre dal stories Greensboro N C His manyiquent trips to Mason City and be activities in thc utility field incame an ardent booster for this eluded director of Edison Elec1 community His fine leadership trie Institute president of counsel and genial friend Iowa Utilities Assn and presiship will be missed by all of us dent of the North Central Electric jn the Mason City District DBS MOINES OliverAssn Lernont Babcock 36 Albert Cityj Surviving are his wife twoj died Tuesday in Broadlawns Hosjsons Hendrix at home Thomas pital of injuries received in a I Des Moines three grandchildren would have to defer his plan to take over the Teamsters immedi ately He said Beck would stay on the job pending resolution of the legal issues Five Counts Last Sept 25 Hoffa was in dicted on five counts of perjury He was charged with lying to a federal rackets grand jury in vestigating the use of wiretaps in his Detroit union headquarters Last May 14 the same grand jury had indicted Hoffa Bernard B Spindel professional wiretap per and Owen Bert Brennan president of Detroit Local 337 on charges of conspiracy to use il legal wiretaps Hoffa has asked that the wire tapping trial be postponed indei iniloiv on i lie sroii net in 3 i A 11 T aiuo driven ov Albert J public opinion would prevent a 9 Mason R 3 fair trial now was nol injurcd He appeared before tne rackets grand jury last April 3 He asj reported sertedly lied in answering five condition at the hospital questions concerning the first time he had heard of Spindel and his first meeting with him When Hoffa appeared before the grand jury the panel was conducting an investigation into possible violations of wiretapping racketeering obstruction of jus Uice and conspiracy i In its wiretap indictment the grand jury said Hoffa supposed ly had hired Spindel to tap phones in the unions Detroit headquarters so the union boss could keen tabs on his underlings o 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 65 55 55 25 officers he had been held up just Discuss Satellite Missiles Future Course Is Mapped FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES A group of Americas top scientists Tuesday gave President Eisenhower a frank evaluation of basic federal j research in a multitude of scien tific fields The President met with the 13 members of his Science Advisory I Committee for a 45minute hush jhush discussion of earth satellites and and Amer ican Neither the White House nor thc scientists would disclose just what was said No Comment Dr Isador Rabi chairman of the committee told reporters anything you want you will have to get from the Presidents of ice And White House Press jecretary James C Hagerty told hem they would get nothing Dr Rabi professor of physics at Columbia University said he and his colleagues had a priv ilged meeting with the Presi dent but that it would not be ap propriate for them to discuss what was said He also declined to be drawn out on whether the US ballistic missile and earth satellite programs should be speeded up And a surprise U SBritish diplomatic huddle also was held Tuesday The State Department said Secretary of State Dulles and British Foreign Secretary SeKvyn Lloyd met at Washington to discuss ramificationsof Rus sias Sputnik Lloyd is in this country in con J I JIVLII U IS I L4 O t outside Mason Citv during the with the forthcoming visit yiT TT night and robbed of S130 The trucker Pete Dugger 23 Mount Pleasant Tex told police the incident occurred on Highway 67 44 Iowa Bank Chief Is Dead at 53 DES MOINES C Chandler 53 state superintendent of banking died in a Des Moines hospital Monday Chandler made the Skyland swim to Dugger persons to him that After he City The first man on the accident scene C W Code Mason City made use of his training in two fields Arriving moments after the accident he stopped gave first aid to the injured man climbed a telephone pole and called the sheriff Code is a lineman for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co and also a first aid instructor He had equipment necessary to hook onto the telephone line ai the scene to make the direct cal for help within a matter of mo ments Sheriff Jerry Allen said Forbes car went out of control after alto his recent post by Gov Herjdrove north on the Scrip Road sideswipe collision with C Loveless in February iDuggers partner J D also of Mount Pleasant his home in 18 opposite ming pool According in an auto signaled he had a flat tire stopped Dugger reported he got out of the truck and was met by a man from the car The man told him according to Dugger that another manin the car had a gun and that he should hand over his money Dugger passed over the money he reported and the man then hit him in the mouth The rob of Queen Elizabeth Reports from both side of the country said Sputnik had been sighted early Tuesday Ambassa dor G L Mehta of India said he saw it from the terrace of the Indian Embassy in Washington at dawn Rooftop observers in San Francisco said they saw Sputnik Des Moines after being appointed ber then jumped in the car which or one of its celestial traveling companions at daybreak there They said it was plainly visible to the naked eye Unknown Force Meanwhile US scientists have reported puzzlement over an un known force that apparently is acting on the moonlet causing variations in its orbit Dr J Allen Hynek associate at Three Lakes Wis and Runyon a graduate of Buffalo Center t gh SlliuuiCli dTldleT in goodformerly was president of the llowa Savings Bank at Dike in director of the Smithsonian Astro Barker pnySicai Observatory said in V Cambridge Mass that the infor the semi truck wa vcry and Nicholas Urges Loveless to Attend Decommissioning of Battleship USS Iowa Lt Gov William Nicholas Tucsjmake them available to you soj ay asked Democratic Govithal you can as I think youj Hcrschcl Loveless to forget ourishould represent thc people of Dugger did not get a license number of the car which he de scribed as a black 1949 or 1950 Chevrolet The robber he de scribed as Negro 6 feet tall 180 pounds mustached and wearing a dark sport coat and brown trousers An alert was radioed to officers in this area Albert City Doctor Is Accident Victim Iowa Covered by Belt of Showers Queen Philip to Head for U S and 6Day Visit added the findings might account for variations in Sputniks time table He said the satellites or bital plane apparently is turning faster as a result of the force thus preventing electronic com puters from accurately determin ing the orbit on the basis of nor mal gravity But he went on gravity still accounts for 99 per cent of the total force acting on Sputnik It was reported Monday thai the sphere had resumed its beep beep radio transmissions after emitting a continuous buzz for an j extended period OTTAWA If rci owa Masonic Council Picks New Officers twocar crash Friday and five sisters living in North Carolina He was preceded SAME Bttclt flag raffle rteathfn pasl Jl hovirt Nebraskan Dies in Iowa Road Accident PATTERSON Iowa cartruck accident near here Monday evening claimed the life of Mrs Alneda Tilcy 67 North Platte Neb and seriously in jured her husband William 89 Madison County Sheriff Rex Rouse said the accident occurred In commenting on the death the Tiley car approached Mr Pickard Charles E Si rickrapidly behind a farm tractor and lane Mason City vicp presidentarailcr Rouse said Tilcy attcmpt of Inersfale said His passing is a i It is traditional that thc gov battlcship Iowa next week jernor of Iowa be in attendance In a personalletter to Loveless sat all these functions When theiturned Tuesday to workaday Nicholas said he had agreed battleship was chores her coronation head a state delegation to accomisioncd an Iowa governor once more packed away for SPENCER UP A formal pany the famed battlewagon was present On thcjsome future storybook occasion banquet Monday night ended the A gentle soaking rain journey to join the mothballshakedown cruise from CaliforAfter the glittering meeting of the Iowa to fall over Iowa Tuesday vithfleet only because I felt that thenia to Hawaii an Iowa governorand pageantry of the young monGrand council of the Royal and more than an inch of moisturepeople of Iowa should be was present larchs opening of the CanadianIselcct Masters of Masons having been recorded at somejsented at such an historic not want you or thejparliament Monday the Quccnsi xew officers elected were in death by a son Charles Benja min who was killed in action in World War II Funeral services will be held at 10 am Thursday at St Lukes Methodist Church here d v Dovc sioix cilv most jj points i Nicholas letter continued people of Iowa to think for a minSchedule for the last full day of The shower belt moved across It has been my idea from theaite that I had any intention of her Canadian visit was crowded Edward the state late Monday and is exoutset that you should be lowasjhorning in on this invitation My with tasks not too different from Schnefder Dubuque deputy pected to remain through Thurs representative When I learncdjplans to attend were based those usual for her at home Wand master Forrest H e u e r day Temperatures should be on that you felt the invitation to youj wholly on my understanding Thc carefully worked out the mild side with davlimc readshould come from an admiraliprior commitments had precludcovered more than a 12hour T i I 1 i i 1 i ings in the 60s and lows at night rather than from one of lesser led fulfilling a duty which is in the 50s rank I insisted on delaying my Logan has reported thc heaviest acceptance until this matter of cumbenl on you as Iowas chief executive It started with a motorcade from grand treasurer Camblin Atlantic Government House a brief stop at nearby Hulls City Hall a scenic i rainfall in the past 24 hours getprotocol could be straightened I will help me with my ownjride and a ting 132 inches Other included 106 inches at amounts Hit plans if 1 can know and have Conrad 11 was not until 1 was ini your decision by Thursday of this 102 at Lamoni Cedar Rapids formed that you had declined an week Nicholas concluded first to construction of the 31niillionrlol lar Quecnsxvay section of thc Killed 3 Injured Crash at MOV1LLE Robert LcRoy Albia Lake Park 1 inch al Oskainvitation in due form from tin Loveless had said earlier Highway loosa and Haverhill 08 at Fairfleet admiral thai 1 asrccd to go he believed one of the reasons Wednesday shortly before noon IVScron 29 Corrcclionviile cd to slow down and lost controlIfield 95 at Toledo 03 at Sioux in your place My reservations why he was being urged to at great loss to of his car which swerved info thc our industry and to me personaljpalh of an oncoming truck driven ly During the negotiations in conlby Dale Smith Earlham City 92 at Grinncll 90 at Garfor a win Monlczuma and Washington back from flight lo Norfolk Va and tend was thai thc lornan dele Pliiladclphia arc ongalion Ihcn could get free stops on a sixday visit they will dcpart bynjjuie fnr killed and three persons were in laniestown and WilJiaimburc Va jurod Monday night in a lwoeir and 2o al Mason City hand I should be most happy toiof his National Guard plane States on Hishway 20 about lour nniies 01 here   

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