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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 14, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor 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 JANUARY 14 1958 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No 82 6 Federal Pay Hike Plan Outlined Boost in Postage Assured 4rCervtRate Most Likely FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei ienhowers 5cent stamp proposa Tuesday was given a chance for passage in the it is knocked down to 4 cents It also appeared certain any higher postal rates would be tied to a pay raise for postal workers Chairman Olin D Johnston D SC of the Senate Post Office Committee said he was opposed to the 5cent proposal But he ac knowledged support for some form of postal rate bill if Eisen hower approves a pending Senate bill to hike pay scales for postal workers retroactively AP Photofax HOME FOR girl tion for the couple was held at Dallas be Jayne Mansfield andher new husband cause the actress said I wanted the first Mickey Hargitay are shown in Dallas wedding cake I cut to be the one mama Texas with her mother Mrs Harry baked Mrs Peers served as Jaynes ma Peers and stepfather A wedding recep tron of honor in Plea for Help WASHINGTON UP Leading railroad executives called Tues day for drastic steps to lighten the burden of taxes and regula tions which they said are threat ening to destroy the nations rail ways The railway spokesmen in a second day of testimony before the Senates Surface Transporta tion subcommittee accused Con gress of favoring rival air and highway carriers Hoopla Reigns at Wedding of Jayne Mickey PORTUGUESE BEND Calif W Jayne Mansfield w h o yearned for a quiet wedding was married Monday night to Mickey Hargitay with all the hoopla of a Fourth of July pic nic Some 1500 fans mostly teen agers but some adults carrying anking GOP member of the Sen te post office group said I hink very definitely Congress this ear will pass a postal rate bill ut weve got to keep in mind hat we should pass a rate bill if e are going to pass a pay bill Heavy Costs Sen A S Mike Monroney D secondranking Democrat on the committee said I am against the increase to 5 cents because it would add heavy costs 0 utilities and taxing authorities and others who have to use firsl class mail in large quantity However Monroney said he would support an increase to 4 cents with perhaps raises in other forms of postage to help meet the post office deficit A Houseapproved bill now pending in the Senate would raise first class letters to 4 cents airmail to 7 cents airmail post employment increased by 186OOOJ cards to 5 and regular postcards Totals Increase WASHINGTON govern ment reported Tuesday that un Walter Reuther gesti panics should share their profits over 10 r AP Photofax OUTLINES UAW Auto the auto industry Hisrjronosal the com Would Be Effective on Julyl An Attempt to Keep Personnel WASHINGTON tffi The White House made public Tuesday the administrations general plans for a annual increase in federal workers salaries In his budget message to Con gress Monday the President said the salary hikes are necessary to attract and retain trained per sonnel the government needs to carry out national defense and other activities Special messages detailing the salary increase plans will be sent to Congress later Increases of up to 6 per cent or more are proposed for million postal and other civil service culates as he discusses his unions aims givjng bonuses to workers for upcoming bargaining sessions with rebates to car purchasers DEMAND CALLED UNREALISTIC Car Industry Vetoes Reuther to Share the Profits babies in arms screamed and shouted outside the Wayfarers Chapel during the most tender moments of the nondenomina tional rites Rock Tossed Someone even bounced a rock off the top of the allglass church while photographers Monday other witnesses warned who nead oulnumbcred guesls iat the railway industry is K that sick and faces bankruptcy un less federal and state govern ments change their policies Albert E Perlman president of the New York Central Railroad called for removal of all regula tions on pricing and operation of passenger service as one means of keeping railroads from dying of starvation Sharp Criticism He sharply critiziced the shack les of cumbersome and conflict kept banging their cameras against the glass walls Just as Jayne and Mickey were whispering their I dos more than 100 teenagers stormed up a steep hill shout ing like a Marine landing party bvit a cordon of police pushed them back US Citizen Jayne looking demure in a wedding dress that revealed more curves than US 66 said she never heard the yelling in the nation last month 3 cents Proportionate in thc number of workers with also would be made in second and third class mail intt regulations which he said All I heard was Mickey say keep railroads from making1 ing I do she giggled enough money to help themselves out of mounting deficit problems ff passenger service regulation must be continued Perlman sug gested the federal government handle it through the Interstate Commerce Commission instead of leaving authority in the hands of individual state commissions The New York Central he said would like to try to operate the railroad passenger service ac cording to lhe laws of economics instead of by the dictates of lo cal pressures Tax Repeal Hargitay son of a Budapest theater owner has been in this country 10 years and is an American citizen He is known as a muscle man and winner of a Mr Universe contest in Lon don in 1955 but says he made a bankroll building houses and filling stations and in developing physical culture gymns in In dianapolis They were married aflei Jayne received her final di vorce dccrcce last weekend from her first husband Dallas public relations man Paul declined by 488000 The moderate holiday season rise in unemployment boosted the jobless figure to 52 per cent of the labor highest level in three years and the highest December rate since 1949 Com pared with a year earlier unem ployment was up by 700000 to a otal of 3374000 The monthly report of the Com merce and Labor departments aid the December jobless count as moderated by temporary oliday hiring in stores and the ostal service It indicated the jobless figure nay spurt in January noting that ederalstate unemployment com icnsation claims have incrcascdj harply by over 500000 since the December jobless count was a ken The report attributed the De cember jobs decline mainly to further sharp cutbacks in manu acturing and construction It said the average factory ivork week remaining in Deccm jer at the 3D3 hours level of November was the lowest point or any December since World War II Overtime work declined from 23 to an even 2 hours be wccn November and December largely of auto industry cutbacks Harrv A rebutts president ofi Mansfield She has a daughter Jayne Marie 7 by Mansfield The Weather Mason City Snow ending much colder Tuesday night low 510 Wednesday parti cloudy and rather cold high 20 25 Iowa Light snow spreading t southeast and ending northwcs Tuesday night low 512 nortl west 1220 southeast Parti Southern Railway System called for repeal of the excise tax on transportation as well as legisla tion making for the establishment of competitive rates Debutls argued that the war time excise taxes were used to destroy all but essential traffic and travel during the war Cer tainly they have succeeded only too well in peacetime in driving traffic from us he said Railroad industry spokesmen painted a gloomy picture of the railroads p r c c a r i o u s and alarming financial position Subsidies to rival carriers were mentioned again and again as backing the railroads against the wall SAFE LANDING FRANKFURT Germany A TWA airliner easlbound from New York with 51 passen gers aboard landed safely here Tuesday despite defective landing gear which caused it to skip a scheduled stop in London cloudy Wednesday southeast c o 1 d e auto industrys Big Chrysler and General have greeted Walter Reuthers profitsharing plan with sharp words that amount to rejection A Ford spokesman called the plan unrealistic General Motors President Harlow H Curtice said Cold Snow Expected to Coyer Iowa Colder weather was moving into Iowa from the northwest Tuesday andLhe said a wide band of snow would cross the state from northwest to increase suggested that the prosoutheast The snow was not ex posed nickel stamp carry alpectcd to be heavy Rep Issue in Doubt Edward H Rees R ranking GOP member of the House Post Office Commit tee said he couldnt guess what the House would do if the Senate approved the nickel stamp for outoftown first class letters as the President asked But Rep Bawatt OHara D who opposes any first class DETROIT of thejit was foreign to the concept of the American free enterprise sys tem L L Colbert president of Chrysler said it was inflation picture of two pirates That is one more pirate than OHara proposed when the House ap proved a 4cent first class rate for both local and outoftown let ters last year Fire Burns Police Car at Northwood The police car usually driven by Patrolman M A Pcliham burned at noon Mon day in the Falk Machine Shop here The cause of the fire was un determined Work was bein done on the frame when the blaze began The Northwood Fire Department was on the scene im mediately and confined the dam age to the shop to the ceiling di rectlv over the burning car n the southeast the of Jureau said Fog light mist and drizzle were orermuch of lowrrTnes lay morning A few traces of snow also were reported High temperatures Monday ranged from 37 at Mason Cityi o 49 at Lamoni Lows early Tuesday ranged from 18 at Dav enport to 34 at Lamoni Council Bluffs and Des Moines August Andresen Minnesota Republican Is Dead at 67 Minnesota Clearing much cold er GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 37 Minimum 32 At 8 am 32 Precipitation trace YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 5 15 WASHINGTON lftR e p Aug ust H Andresen 67 of Minne sota died early Tuesday at th nearby Bethesda Md Nava Hospital A Republican Andresen wa first elected to Congress in 1924 He was a member of the Hous Agriculture Committee Andresen was admitted to the hospital Dec 1 for treatment of an intestinal disorder He appar ently was making a good recov Passage of the cold front calls or winds of 20 to 30 miles an our and temperatures Tuesday ight will range from 5 to 10 bove in the northwest to 15 to 20 For a different reason the United Auto Workers chief also appears headed for opposition from within his own union The reason says Carl Stcllato a UAW minority leader is that Reuther turned his back on demanding a shorter work week in favor of trying for a profil TeenAge Girl Has Glamorous Death m Auto SAN JOSE Calif Police listed as a suicide the death of a pretty 17yearold high school honor student who crashed her car into a pepper tree on the Los Gatos Road south of here Mon day Authorities were puzzled as to what motivated Constance Chase Sports Bulletin COLLEGE STATION Tex a wealthy Santa sharing plan in this summer bargaining Stellate president of Ford Lo cal in the UAW said You can bet there will be plenty of oppo sition to the idea on the floor of the Ill be right there The UAW will convene Jan 22 to give formal approval of the unions goals in 1958 bargaining sessions Heavy Layoff Stellato one of the chief oppo nents of Reuther in the IVimil lionmember union eyed the re cent heavy layoffs in the auto in dustry and said Reuthers plan is going to give him more four day work weeks than he but theyll be the wrong kind Reuthers plans would give em ployes 25 per cent of a com panys profits above 10 per cent of net capital before taxes An other 25 per cent would go to car buyers in the form of rebates The per be kept by the company If the plan had been in effect the last 10 years the UAW chief said employes of General Mo and for many thousands of military personnel They would be effective next July 1 Rival Proposals While the White House was otit ining the Presidents program en Neuberger DOre said a enate subcommittee he heads may act Wednesday on rival roposals to make the federal 5ayrises retroactive either to Octl 1957 or Jan 1 this year The Presidents military pay hike proposals are based on rec ommendations made last year by a Defense Advisory Committee to reduce currently excessive turnover of key men Increases in that category a White House Clara contrnctors would have made an aver tor They conage of S600 more a year Gen ceded has 50000 hourly statement said are designed to place greater emphasis on meri torious performance and less on monetary reward for length of service Among other things the Presi dents program calls for a mini mum six per cent increase ia base pay for all military person net with more than two years service It also provides special pay incentives for noncareer of icers to serve beyond their obli gated period of service 6 Raise The nations 500000 postal work ers would get 6 per cent pay increase In that category the White House said the primary objective is mereadequate those whose present salaries are sub stantially less than those paid in jobs of similar responsibility out side the government Also the starting pay level for recruits from college as well as the intermediate salary rates for scientific professional and mana gerial positions would be adjusted upward The plan also would remove the numerical limitations on the three jobs There now are only 1226 ably resulted rated employes from Los Gatosj He said if the rebate plan had i federal workers out of a total of tccnagc grouplbecn in effect for consumersInearly one million who can re discussions ofthey would have received an avjccive from 512900 to 316000 a the auto deathjerage of more than S70 a car of actor James Reuther said wage increases Dean in 1955 jhe named no also will be member MISS CHASE group year Top Figure The administration proposes to Friends s a i dj sought at bargaining sessions j hike the top classification figure the girl was ajschcduled to start about April 1 to S1SOOO of ajAssembly plant workers now av whicherage about an hour The While House said elimina tion of the numerica restriction considered Deans death asj Ernest R Breech Ford board relating to those who could be Her father M L Chase said chairman said the unions pro paid salaries in that range is re posal would be given weighty gorded as essential in order to Eddie Erdelatz jConstance had seemed disturbed consideration but he said more reasonable salaries announced Tuesday he will re main at Navy as football coach and has decided against a move to Texas Erdelatz announced his decision after re ceiving a telegram from mid shipmen at Annapolis urging him to remain there He said his talks with officials have all been in general and no definite offer was made and no offer was turned down Judge H C Nichoi Dies Unexpectedly AMES Judge H C Nicho 63 died unexpectedly at his home in Ames late Mondav lately but he refused to acccptPan was the suicide verdict Last Mav a school class j for key scientists and exccu New Demands Ilivcs Curtice said It is unfortunate Treasury Secretary Robert An mate of Miss Chase died us bisthat these extravagant demandsiderson meanwhile sent Congress auto crashed into the same trecshould come at a time when puba request for a temporary in Monday night the tree now confidence needs to be recrease of So billion in the public tie more than a stump was as a basis for an uptuniidebt limit The present limit is plctcly removed from the scenein the economy by a bulldozer CAFE BURNED S275 billion The chances would vastly imAnderson said the money would prove if instead of annoimcingibe needed between now and June such extreme demands the the cud of the ciflrent fiscal I nPI F ion its bargaining obycar The increase would allow H ii T i on the economic reatitiesthe government to pay its hills eo me ithc nitlon today not onlyjuntil income tax revenues start charged it was deliberately bv lice aid someone trying Cobeit Keuthci proDOSOS to run him out ot business months nninu cry but suffered a heart attack He had worked at his office dur at pm Monday and diedling the day and after he returned home his wife found him dead in a chair in his study Death was believed due to heart failure Judge Xichol was a Republicant REP A ANDRESEN shortly after midnight Andresens death was the sec ond since Congress reconvened Rep Russell W Keeney Illinois Republican died at thea member of the American Le jsame hospital Saturday night and the lilks Funeral serv Thc deaths make the presentices are scheduled Thursday in I House lineup 231 Democrats IHSlDes Moines His widow survives Republicans and six vacancies him Vest to File for Lt Governorship DES MOINFS Ann SAME tllf no traffic death In I pail Si hours in effect to fight inflation by making a whole series of new in flationary demands upon the an tomobile industry American Motors Corp and StudcbnkerPackard Corp had no immediate comment Under Vest RSac City Tuesday asked their present profit position the Secretary of Stite for noitu ncither would be affected by profnation papers in order to rim for jitsharing Republican nomination for Reuther when nsked about lieutenant governor dropping the fourday week issue Vest amiotniceil eirher thit he jsaid You will notice I have not would run fur the liepnhliem healing the drums for the nomination to the post now lirld shorter work week since lhe firs1 bv Lt llm William Nichihts a Spuinik went up jRepublkan iron MIMIII City   

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