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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NIWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10WANS NEIGHBOR S VOL LXIV Associated Prey and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCTOBER 22 1957 This Paper Consists of Two No 11 AP Photofax VICTIM OF Corder 12 Des Monies holds a great horned owl peatedly and the owl finally went into a with a 5loot wing spread which was at spin and plummeted to the ground Owls In 1 1 tin 4 t 1 IT t tacked and killed by two hawks in an aerial battle which he witnessed The and hawks are natural enemies Owls fre quently will carry off a hawk at night but v in vui i j uJa ci iici rtL 11 It hawks divebombed the owls wings re hawks have a daytime advantage Queen Departs Visit by Macmillan Will Follow NEW YORK tifl Hardheaded American and British diplomats brushed away the confetti Tues day and pondered how much the visit of Queen Elizabeth II helped1 their task of improving U S British cooperation TheQueens first minister Bar Ann Lawther Iowa Suffrage Leader Dies DUBUQUE W Miss Ann B Lawther 85 a leader in the na tionwide campaign which brought women the right to vote died at a hospital here Monday night A member of a pioneer Du buque family Miss Lawther was president of the Iowa Equal Suffrage Assn and was Iowas first Democratic national com mitteewoman after the 19th Amendment became law She was a delegate to the 1920 Democratic national con vention in San Francisco and the partys national convention in New York four years later In 1921 she was appointed to the Iowa State Board of Educa tion and served for 20 years Miss Lawther often referred to herself as the Old Lady of Du buque and was active in local and national political and civic organizations She was a mem ber of the League of Women Voters and promoted the League of Nations after World War I She was the first woman to deliver a convocation address at the State University of Iowa The address was made in 1940 Funeral services will be here at 10 am Thursday The Weather Mason City Rain through Wed nesday Little change in tem perature High Wednesday mid dle to upper 50s Low Tuesday night near 50 Iowa Occasional light rain Tues to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 58 Minimum 49 At 8 am 50 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum 71 Minimum 45 MINISTER DIES ui ivatnan w sneiierman juuveiess saia ruesaay n Wednesday Prime Minister a Chicago consultant to employnas been searching unsuccessful Macmillan starts three days of ers on labor troubles was instru crucial talks with President mental in keeping out the Pack senhower Secretary of S t a t ejinghouse Workers and negotiating Foreign Sec the contractor with the Bakery relary Selwyn Lloyd in Washing W EARL HALL Hall to Head Iowa Crusade fonFreedom and Canada 18 Injured in AntiU S Outburst in Viet Nam Probers in New Hea ring Iowa Dispute Is Studied WASHINGTON ffi Sen ate rackets probers heard testimony Tuesday that the Morton Frozen Foods plant Webster City Iowa worked undercover to keep out one labor union then signed a very poor contract with the Bakers Workers Union The allegations came from Gary Long Whittier Calif a ormer Morton employe who said tie helped to fight the first un ion and Eugene Peterson an organizer and field represent ative of the United Packinghouse Workers of America the union which lost out to the Bakers Huge Saving Peterson estimated the Mor ton company saved nearly S200 000 a year by negotiating with the Bakers a contract which he said guaranteed its women em ployes 26 cents an hour less than his union would have demanded old Macmillan arrives here from London Wednesday little more wulilu uavc uejllrtnueu than 24 hours after Elizabeth and and male employes 46 cents an Prince Philipi ended a triumphan 10day stay in the United State hour less The two witnesses testified ihat agents of Nathan W Shefferman FLU VICTIMS 7003 Absent From Public Schools Here More than 1000 students Tues day were absent from the 15 Mason City public schools Supt Lawrence Shepoiser said that 1003 students stayed at home becaus eof the apparently rising flu epidemic in Mason City In addition he said there were five teachers absent in the entire school system and about 150 students missed classes at Mason City Junior College Three hundred fourteen Ma son City High School students were absent Tuesday compared to 239 out of classes Monday Roosevelt Junior High reported 104 absences and Monroe Jun ior High listed 177 Breakdown o n elementary school absences were Garfield 24 Grant 28 Harding 64 Hoover 58 Jefferson 26 Lin coln 35 Madison 17 McKin ley 42 Roosevelt elementary 37 Washington 21 and Wilson 6 No Applications Yet for Iowa Banking Post DES MOINES Gov Her schel Loveless said Tuesday he ton Workers Union hearing was launched over Their job is lo find some way protasis from Thomas S Dawson of countering the Soviet Unionsjgeneral counsel of Morton Frozen new diplomacy Primaj Foods Inc and Roy M Ander son assistant general counsel of Continental Baking Co with which it has merged Unfair Practices They argued that the testimony might prejudice National Labor Relations Board hearings in which the Packinghouse Workers have accused the company of un fair labor practices outlawed by the TaftHartley Labor Relations Law Committee members went into a huddle and Chairman McClel lan DArk then told the lawyers the committee had agreed unani mously to reject their plea for a rily they seek a freer exchange of technical scientific knowledge and manpower to keep from be ing outdistanced by Russia in the nuclear missile race for supre macy But they also want and want badly a joint means of keeping the oilrich Middle East from falling completely under the Communist spell A major obstacle to greater AmericanBritish cooperation in the scientific field is the Ameri can Congress U S atomic en ergy legislation is highly restric tiyeJTongress has been adamant against changing it although President Eisenhower is anxious ly so far for someone to appoint as State Banking Department su perintendent at a salary of 518000 a year Loveless said he has had no ap plications for appointment as suc cessor to Lee C Chandler 53 Dike who died Oct 14 Chandler a Democrat was appointed by Loveless and took office last July uio kiiiiv ci lo ctJlXltJIISI j ijj jjii t to share more scientific secrets of the hearin In an openjng statement Mc Clellan said the committee would seek to learn whether there has with the British Make Jobs Lighter Q But a Congress responsive to been a deliberate and calculated VH ri 4U nV g be to circumvent and defeat Earl Hall editor of the on to assess carefully the peoples provisions of the TaftHartley Act by any of a dozen companies it t v i ni i ftMsJUtJltro GlobeGazette Tuesday accepted mood And there was no question the Iowa chairmanship of the that demure Elizabeth and her 1958 Crusade for Freedom it was dashing husband Prince Philip announced by Gwilym A Price charmed and captivated the national Crusade chairman As Iowa state chairman Hall will organize Crusade committees to raise funds for Radio Free Europe the private American network broadcasting from West Germany to the five Sovietdom inated countries behind the Iron Curtain Long active in stale and na tional activities Hall has served as vice president of the National Safety Council as a member of the Board of Governors of the National Red Cross commander of the Iowa American Legion and j c j ul ulc inieiican iegion day Scattered showers Vednesfor 12 years as a f day Low Tuesday night in 40s Iowa state Board of Regcnts Hall was named win Minnesota Rain changing to snow in north colder high 35ner of the Dr C C Criss Mutual 45 of Omaha Health and Safety Award Hall returned weather data up early in 1957 from a 40000milc around the world trip in which he visited 30 countries including Russia He had a closeup look at the results being obtained through Radio Free Europe behind the Iron Curtain That was the rea son he explained why he was unable to say No to the assign mcnt This month the Crusade began its eighth year in support of DES MOINES W The Rev RFE President Eisenhower who Hugh Damron Glassburn 75 re tired Methodist minister and hero of an ammonia gas explosion here launched the Cmsadc more than 30 years ago Monday died in 1950 called recent events behind the Iron Curtain dramatic evidence is investigating PROFILES PROVE is a study in Count Philippe de Lafayette poses beside a bust of his famous ancestor the Marquis de Lafayette French hero of the US war of independence The count in Washington on a visit is a fifth generation descendant of Gen Lafayette Gl Home Program Given Death Blow WASHINGTON GI housing program received a virtua death blow Tuesday The Governor explained that the This came when the Federal National Mortgage Assn superintendents salary is paid its offer to buy new mortgages at the Veterans Administration rat from fees collected for bank 1IA animations and not from tax funds The salary is set by the State Banking Board It became a year last July 1 Pre viously it had been 313000 a year The Governors salary is a year and he gets a 54000 an nual expense account SAME DATE American people Officials coldly calculating the effect of this are hopeful it will make their jobs lighter A mem ber of Congress might be inclined to accept relaxing legislation ifj reasonably sure he would not be voted out of office for it Eisenhowers final message to Elizabeth repeated what he and Dulles told her in separate toasts at banquets in Washington last week In a message read at Eliza beths final banquet Monday night Eisenhower called for Gala Ball Increased free world unity and cooperation and indeed for greater pooling of human and material resources if we are sucj cessfully to champion on a global scale the cause of human free dom and peace based on justice The banquet was followed by a gala ball at the 7th Regiment Armory From there Elizabeth and Philip drove to Idlewild Air port boarded the same Royal Air Force DC7C which brought them lo Ottawa Oct 12 and took off for London Their allout New York rccepj lion was a climactic triumph to a whirlwind visit In Canada four days in Washington four days in JamcsiownWillianisbiirg aml IlcTMixrr T AP Photoiax AI Ml SI AiKNl Like any other woman a sometime has troubles with siraps on her eve FNMA which purchases mortgages from banks and loan com panics to furnish them with new cash for mortgage lending als cut the price it will pay for 4Va per cent mortgages guaranteed b VA or insured by the Federal Housing Administration Library Hostel Bombings Rock City of Saigon SAIGON bombs Tues day shattered the United States nformation Agency library a military bus and a hostel in a sud len outburst of antiAmericanism n Saigon Eighteen persons including 13 JS soldiers were injured The other injured were Vietnamese or hinese civilians No one was ailed Two of the soldiers were re ported in serious condition Eight of the American wounded were evacuated to the Clark Field Mil itary Hospital in Manila a US spokesman said The soldiers belong to the US military Assistance Advisory Group here to train South Viet Nams army Their names were withheld for 72 hours while rela tives were notified Siesta Hour The injured persons were in or near the bus and hostel The bomb in the Information Agency library exploded during the siesta hour when the building was empty It was the first case of anti American attacks in Saigon in al most two years There are some 2000 Americans presently in the Vicit Nam capital including mil itary and diplomatic personnel and construction company work ers helping build two modern highways U S officials said the bomb ing attack was the work of Com munist agents seeking to em barrass the Viet Nam govern ment These officials said it is clear that the bombing was de signed to upset the friendly at mosphere at a time when Saigon yjj j LAUuouig rtUUJimai1 a LlUil IlluatJIICii at a LUIIC WilcU The new price will be 90 to 92 per cent of the face value of the is host to its first big international home loan instead of 92 to 94 A bank in other words would re Iowa Makes Final Cruise Famed Battleship to Be Deactivated 59000 to 59200 for a 310000 mortgage The VA housing program has been dying gradually since the general rise of interest rates made its 4lh per cent rate unat tractive to banks and other lend ers conference Now in Session The ministerial meeting of the 21nation Colombo Plan now is in progress in the South Viet Nam capital The bus and hostel bombings occurred within several minutes of each other A witness a few NORFOLK Va baltlc Pacific during hoisted anchor final cruise to VJJIY Vd uaiUC u r 4 hip Iowa veteran of numerous casj lor m se miiiiiuua cunties having a better yield At the moment FNMA has com mitted itself to buy million dollars of governmentunderwrit ten mortgages of which 170 mil lion dollars worth are at the per cent rate However there was nothing to prevent a private builder from selling a new house with a 4V briefly cent mortgage if he could ob funds for the construction battles in the World War II Tuesday for a Philadelphia where she will be inactivated A score of lowans including Lt Gov William H Nicholas came here to make the Iowas last cruise ing the battleship Nicholas a Mason City Republican was treated by Navy doctors The Iowa a 45000ton battle wagon was built at the New York Navy Yard at a cost of 110 mil lion dollars She was launched Aug 27 1942 and was commis sioned Feb 22 19S3 In 104445 the Iowa took part in strikes against Eniwctok Truk Banks have been selling the per cent mortgages to FNMA aslyards the blls Said about a ranidly as FYMA umM soldiers and officers com ithem in order to convert them ng Irom thc Metropole Hotel had just entered the vehicle when Iho blast occurred The time bomb at the Ameri can military hostel was hidden in a flower pot at the front The explosion shattered one wall and damaged a car parked nearby The hostel is in Cholon Saigons twin Chinese city Four soldiers in the building were hurt The library bomb was appar ently hidden behind some books Thn blast ripped a huge hole in the wall destroying desks chairs and bookshelves The United Stales has separate financial and military aid pro grams for Viet Nam Deficits in this nations budget are covered by U S aid cosls The builder stood a chance of getting thc money from a bank as long as FNMA would commit itself to buy thc mortgage when thc one was completed and sold Banks will be most unlikely to advance the construction costs Two years ago Americans Hv officials conceded in view Tuesdays FNMA decision Thc VA maximum rate is fixed by law at 4per cent FHA of i ing in Saigor became the victims of a stealthy war of nerves Of rr c iiAuu icnv ai 4j per ceiu linan Saipan and Hollands mortgagcs by rLson of SnP imc in firct nry1 o She was in the first and battles of the Philippine Sea and t i i H i u L u r she banged away at Okinawa 5 per She was in Tokyo Bay at thc end of the war in September 1945 Thc Iowa was decommissioned one year laer and was recom missioncd in August 1951 then spent seven months of 1952 in Ko rean waters in creases approved last December and August may command up to Floyd School Is Closed by Flu ficials of thc U S Embassy re ceived threats against their lives Their automobiles were blown up or burned Grenades were thrown at the houses of embassy fami lies Cedar Rapids Reports Its 3rd Flu Death Perry Man Is Victim of Auto Accident PKRRY D of thc flu Va and l n n iijciu UII 11C1 r New York Cilv one clav eachit wing jrown Queen Elizabeth somewhat slivlv adjusts r ny al ahosPIlal htrrc uj i i i Mursdav morning of inmnps suf had been 10 days of North Amen X VV I ALI Cl O 1J I 1 11 M I I I I I Ij I J of lit E s effectiveness in keepca falling in love with pelitc ing alive the spirit of freedom Elizabeth and her blond prince her as she aitends a dinner in hei s sufthat onecar accident CKDAR RAPIDS WVCompIica vi TK vi j r inous brought on by the flu HOYD The Floyd last Thurs dated School was closed Tuesday day of Mrs Edward Kelly 46 106 pupils out of an enrollCedar Rapids doctors reported I mcnt of 281 were absent Mondayiherc Monday i II was the third fluconnected Icleath in this city and the eighth officials said H is hopedjreporlcd in Iowi within thc pnst scs can be resumed ncxtweck Two olhcr such dcaths in Boone County IMonday City   

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