Mason City Globe Gazette, April 30, 1958 : Front Page

Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette April 30, 1958

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 30, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited for BEvaAZETTE HI N I W S f A r I THAT M A K I S ALL NORT M I O W A N I N I I M 0 R S HOMF EDITION VOL LXIV Auoclatod Uniiwl 7c a Copy MASON CITY APRIL 31 19SB ThU X Four US Economic Outlook Brightening i i 11 i j i Schools Gets roval Surprise Move in House By UNITED PRESS Federal aid to school construc ioii got a new lease on life Wed nesday when a House Education subcommittee unexpectedly ap proved the program submitted by President Eisenhow er last year The surprise move was engi neered by committee Democrats Rep Stewart L UdallCDAriz said they felt this was the1 Only way to get action He said they believed the Eisenhower program than otherpending bills get maximum support THE ADMINISTRATION did not offer a school construction bill this year Rep Prank Thomp son Jr a subcommittee member had reiritroduced the Presidents1957 bill on April 21 Udall told newsmen Democrat made the move because they fell it was the only way to get ac tion on a school construction bill A compromise version of Eisen howers defeated by five votes in the House last year The HouseWednesday plunged into battle on another antireces sion anc Republican plans for paying weekly cash benefits to the job less SEVEN HOURS of general de bate started soon after thecham ber convened No votes were ex pected before Thursday The Democraticplan would ex tend present state unemplbynien compensation benefits an exfra 16 weeks to persons whose benefits are exhausted and also would provide benefits to unemployed not now covered The administration plan to be offered as a substitute would ex tend by 50 per cent the duration of state unemployment benefit but would not affect uninsured workers This plan would cos about 600 million dollars which the states would have to pay The Democraticprogram woulc be paid for by the government The cost was estimated at 000000 ELSEWHERE in Congress Court Curbs The Senate Judi ciary Committee approved 105 i controversial bill to restrict or override Supreme Court decision in some security risk cases Railroad Aid Sen George A Smathers Senate Commerce sub committee proposed a program to help the nations financially dis tressed railroads Among othe things it called for tax relief guaranteed loans to buy equip nient more flexible ratemakini to meet the ruck and airline competition and more equitabl pay for hauling the mails INVITE GOVERNOR Gov Herschel Loveless seated receives his official in vitation to the 20th North Iowa Band Festival in Slason City June 10The Ma son Cityans extendingthe invitation in AP Phot of ux theGovernors office left tpight Ray Seney chairman of the Chamber of Commerce band festival committee Vern McDonough and Cliff Rugger Russians Furious Over U N Secretarys Siding With US to treat the proposal in good members definitely favoring an UNITED NATIONS N Y faith raised a Soviet American resolution fo soviet diplomats were reported veto might furious Wednesday because UN Secretary General Dag Ham qiversionary maneuver hythe marskjold intervened in the SeUnited States to detract attention for its resolution urging cunty Council on Behalf of an from the Soviet chargethatnu American proposal for an Arctic clear bomber flights by the US upen Skies msDectionolan Open Skies inspection plan Strategic Air Command 1 r JTVL1 dVLU3O But Western diplomats said the Arctic menaced worldpeace Hammarskjolds appeal to Russia SAME Btmck flat traftto Aeatb hi 74 Mercury Zooms Back Into 60s After Cold Snap Iowa temperatures beaded into the 60s Wednesday in a continu ing warming trend after record breaking low readings Tuesday switch to southerly winds boosted the temperature to 58 at Sioux City Tuesday afternoon highest reading in the state This was in contrast to a low of 18 at Tuesdaymorning a record low figure for an April 29 The record cold snap apparent ly will not cause as much frost damage to flower and fruit trees as expected R Glenn Raines secretary treasurer of the Iowa State Horti cultural Society said a checkup indicated the frost damage was confined chiefly to flowers in un protected areas and the few fruit trees already in bloom Temperatures were a bo v e freezing at most places Tuesday night about 10 degrees higher than expected The lows ranged from 32 at Dubuqiie to 41 at Sioux City Mason City had 36 PROBE ORDERED CLINTON UP A coroners jury said Tuesday it could find no indication of felonious actions in the cartractor crash Sunday night in which three persons were killed but recommended a grand jury investigation to probe fur ther into the accident US Releases Egypt Funds Frozen Since Suez Canal Rift WASHINGTON UP The Treasury announced Wednes day it has released Egyptian funds frozen in this country when Egypt seized the Suez Canal in July 1956 A terse announcement said the Treasury took the move under advices of the Slate De partment It said the action will be effective Thursday The government thus lifted a ban on the useof US dol lars belonging to both the Egyp tian government and the Suez Canal Co The announcement said the funds were released for use pending clarification of the sit uation which has now been brought about by the agreement recently concluded between the government of the United Arab Republic Egypt and Syria and the canal Representatives of Egypt and the company concluded an agreement in Rome Tuesday to compensate stockholders of the canal company for Egypts seiz ure of the vital water link be tween the Mediterranean and the Red Sea Russia rejected the plan as a diversionary maneuver by the talks to set up the Arctic inspec tionv plan HAMMARSKJOLD took the un usual step Tuesday of interven ing in the debate with a personal statement In it he welcomed U S initiative as he had previ ously welcomed Russias an nouncement it was unilaterally suspending nuclear weapons tests Soviet Ambassador Arkady A Sobolev refused to comment at aE on Hammarskjolds statement Sobolev had denounced the U S resolution as an effort to di vert public opinion from Soviet charges that peaceis endangered by the US bomber flights He introduced a counter resolution to pass the US proposal on to a summit conference w THE RUSSIANScontended it would have been proper for Ham marskjold to have welcomed the U S initiative at a press con ference as he had earlier en dorsed Moscows nuclear test sus pension but that a statement in Vote the Council to call on the United States to end SAC flights and tc refer the Question of surprise at tack safeguards to a summit con ference 2 Inmates Foiled in Attempt to Escape Prison DES MOINES L attemp of two inmates at the Fort Madi son Penitentiary to tunnel thei way out was disclosed Wednes day George Callenius member c the State Board of Control sai guards found the prisoners in sewer underneath a cellhouse They apparently hadnt gotten to far The men were identified a rm a formal meeting of the Security Bessler Charles W Carlyle 29 St Louis and Ronald C Bessler 21 Rock ford 111 Carlyle was committed to th prison from Pollawattami Count on April 7 1954 for a 10yea term for breaking and Council was out of order The Council having heard all members except Colombia ad journed until Friday with nine Deadline at Hand for Tax Returns DES MOINES OR Wednesday was the last day for lowans to file their state income tax re turnswithout penalty Returns mailed to the Iowa Tax Commis sion must be postmarked by mid night to escape penalty The com mission was holding its offices here open until 9 pm for late filers was committed fron Hamilton County Junp 29 1956 for a 10year term for larceny o a motor vehicle The two men have been give an five years each i prison for the attempted escape ITdund inthe mens possessio were a chisel scraper sand paper flashlight masking tape two jackets and a pair of sock HOLDUP BOONE young bandit obtained Wednesday in holdup at the Miller Conoco fil ing station No Strike Planned Reuther Maintains WASHINGTON U Walter P Reuther United Auto Workers president said Wednesday there would be no strike against Gen eral Motors as a result of the companys notice that its labor contract with the UAW will end May 29 Speaking to reporters before testifying at a House Banking committee hearing Reuther said that ultimately a contract vould be signed satisfactory to all par ties Were not going to strike or do anything rash in the middle of a situation in which there is a backlog of 850000 unsold new cars he said 78000 Fewer j Jobless But Number Below Normal WASHINGTON govevn neut rushed out Commerce De partment figures on April em iloyment Tuesday showing a de cline of 78000 in the number of obless as compared with March The report with its dircc bearing on what to do about the shared interest wilh new and louder talk about the possibility of tax cuts None of the tax cut agitation lowcver hnd any encouragcmen rom the White House THE ANNOUNCED DROP in unemployment was less than nor nal for this time of year Also a gain of 600000 in the number of employed workers wa attributed by Secretary of Com merce Weeks almost entirely to he usual spring gains in agricul ural and other outdoor work The new figures put April em Moyment at 62907000 and uncm ployment at 5120000 The figures were released about 10 days earlier than usual Weeks department said the csti mates compiled by the Censu Bureau available at at unusually early datethis month EMPLOYMENT ROSE whi unehiploymenl figures change little because inost of ftotial farm workers were house wives and studentswho Had no been part of the labor force pre viously Between March and April th number of workersemployed i agriculture increased to 555800 from 5072000 THERE WAS A lesser gain In employment in nonagriculura industries to 57349000 from 57 239000 The Commerce Departmen said the increase in outdoor job was largely offset on a seasona basis by further layoffs in othe sectors and an unusually earl influx of students into the labo market in search of jobs In a late tax development th Democratic Advisory CommiUe called for a tax cut of more tha three billion dollars in the lowe income brackets This 24membe party council also asked new bil iions of public spending and further lowering of interest rate Nixons Arrive in Buenos Aires BUENOS AIRES Argentina president Nixon arrived ly air Wednesday to attend the in auguration of Arturo Frondizi a i president The vice president and his wife Pat came to Buenos Aires after a twoday visit in Montevideo Uruguay on the first leg of an 18day goodwill tour of eight Latin American countries They were met at the airport by Rear Adm Isaac Rojas Argentinas provi sional vice president since dicta tor Juan Peron wns overthrown in 1955 U S Ambassador Wil lard Beaulac also greeted them Nixon said he looked forward to Frondizis inauguration Thursday Guarded View by No tax Cuf Verdict Yet WEIGHT PROBLEM SOLVED Chum bulldog owned by Harry Reas Ithaca NY sits clown on the bathroom scales but lies cheating his Iront paws arc on the floor Churn is pyer weight and like a lot of humans does some fudging ori his diet But he solves the problem this way Glasses and towel add a distinctive touch ALL OR NOTHING Wont on Pentagon Project Ike WASHINGTON Eisenhower said Wednesday anj basic compromise on his defense reorganization plan wthild mean a retreat to a dangerous degree ofmjjUary ineffectiveness Eisenhower told his news con ferencehe is notrigid about the wording of any defense reorgani zation bill But he said it would be all wrong to change the basic principles of the plan he sent to Congress WHILE EISENHOWER was staling his views the proposal continued under1 f ire iri a hearing before the House Armed Serv ices Committee Influential mem bers of that group oppose its con centration of authority in the of fice of the secretary of defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff Just before the news conference opened Gen Maxwell D Taylor Army chief of staffconceded in tho hearing that the plan conic reduce the civilian secretaries ol the individual armed services to the status of flunkeys BUT TAYLOR said that wouldnt happen unless authority carried in tho bill was misused Eisenhower said either we are do the right thing or we are not He said every single conces sion possible to make toward the individual pride and morale OJ each of the services had been made before program he submitted his Its an all or nothing pro gram he added YOUTH ARRESTED DES Moines police Tuesday arrested a 20year old youth in their investigation of noon an incident in which they said a gang of youths entered an East Side home and roughed up seven THE The Weather Partly cloudy through Thursday War m c r Wednesday night low in 40s Thursday cooler high in mid or xippetf 50s Iowa Partly cloudy Wednesday night warmer in south lows in 40s Thursday scattered show ers and cooler WASHINGTON W L President Eisenhower said Wednesday tho April decline In unemployment cannot be interpreted as ing for sure that the nation ill on the high roadto recovery from the recession But he said he believes there is continuing evidence the busi ness slump Is flattening out Asked at a about the possibility of an anti recession tax cut Eisenhower stuck to his previous Shat the situation f must more study end analysis before decision on that THE FIRST QUESTIONput to Eisenhower was whether believes the 78000 decline in un employment for tho month ended in midAprilmeans that an eco nomic upturn is under way The President replied he not think thereis justification for such a categorical statement He noted that when the employ ment and joblessness figures art adjusted for there still Is seasonal factors a good bit of u employment Eisenhower then went on to say that in his viewwe cant assert that we are nowon high road to advance or re covery from the recession Five day Iowa will average 4 Temperatures 8 degrees be nextMonday Normal highs 67 north to 69 south Normal lows 42 north to 40 south Colder Thursday Warmer Saturday Rainfall win average onefourth lo onehalf inch occurring as scattered showers Thursday and again Saturday or Sunday Showers continued cooU GlobeGazette weather data up lo 8 am Wednesday Maximum 53 Minimum 36 At 8 am 48 YEAR AGO Maximum 80 Minimum 44 Dougherty Tot Run Qver by Truck Killed Pitzen berger 16 months daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Pitzen berger was killed instantly Wednesday in the yard of their farm honle near here Anoil pruck which had deliv ered gas to the farm backed over the child as it was leaving after filling gas barrel The truck was driven by Ed Ewens Dougherty The accident happened about QUEEN HAGUE IS 49 Holland children being tended by a babyWednesday celebrated the 49th birthday of QueenJuliana The discussion these topics ranged ARCTIC INSPECTION mil uyviajsc two uujjrvva JJC KV i iwn low Thursday through it jtilt iffiy for nextMonday Normal highs 67 Soviet take therpo sition that the United States is trying to make propaganda in proposing an arctic aerial in spection system to guard against massive surprise attack Eisenhower said his reaction to this Soviet contention ii one of sadness said the Republican presidential nominee for 1960 will be picked by the party and that there are a Ipt of goqd men available Eisenhower had been asked whether In his view the Presi dent has a responsibility to courage those pot in life to seek the presidency Eisen hower at first interpreted that aa a question whether he was groom ing a successor He denied that he is doing that The nominee he went on should bea choice among men thought by the public and tho party to be successful prospects At that point EisenhoweiMura self brought up the name ol Vice President Nixon regarded by many as a front runner for the 1900 GOP presidential nomination Nixon and he Eisenhower said are warm friends and he admires and respects the vice president But beyond that Eisenhower added he has a duty to keep Nixon well informed regarding what is going on in government inner circles As a result be sakJ Nixon today is right up on every thing UPTODATE BOSTON by tha current You Auto Buy paign a Boston footwear Wednesday displayed this sign in its store window You buy shoes MASTERS OF DECEIT A Few Fanatical Reds Can InfluenceMany EDITORS NOTE In m of his book of Dtcoif J Edgar Hoovtr f u r thor to victimixed by Communists details operations of typical campaign in which a few fanatical Reds may influence thousands to sign petitions donate money or help break down law enforcement By J EDGAR HOOVER Director federal Bureau of Investigation We have a long record of how the Communist Party has searched out incidents it could magnify and exploit for agitation the eviction of a family thear rest of a Negro the proposal of a rise in city transit fares an im pending increase in taxes the dismissal of a teacher a shooting by lawenforcement officers Some of the cases upon which it has fastened have unfortunate ly reflected mistakes in the ad ministration of justice or blem ishes on the face of American so ciety The others were deliber ialely twisted by the party into victims of capitalist terror lynch justice academic wjtch hunts Gestapo brutality and such AS INDICATED in the previous chapter the results obtained for the party rather than for the vic tim or the family of the mar tyr are what determine the ex tent to which the party will con duct its agitation Will the agi tation help the party smear one of its opponents Will it help gain recruits Will it bring money into the war chest through a defense fund or some other device The answers to these questions guide Hie decision of the party leaders regarding the agitation Once the decision has been made the probable first step is the formation of an XYZ Commit tee to Save John Doe a Commu unist front born at 9 a m full grown at a m mailing out letters by noon This device gives the illusion of organized interest focuses attention and masks Communist participation WHEN STARTING a mass ag itation campaign the party knows that the success of the tactic de pends on securing nonCommu nist support Members contact community leaders such judges members of the city cil doctors lawyers clergymen educators social far statements or testimonials Z In such cases the Communist is no longer the shadowy figom deep underground or meetaof secretly at night He is knockiBg on doors seeing prominent peo ple attending city council meet ings f I feel that John Doe been wrongly arrested or convicted as the case may I am pelled in tbe interests of to demand that he be released is a typical testuaoaial t f ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: April 30, 1958

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