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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for LOBEUAZETTE VOL LXIV AisocLated PrtM aad United ruU LMM HI NIWSrAPIt TMAT MAKES ALL MORTHf 10 WANS NEIGHBORS v i COPT MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY J Wl HOME EDITION TkU Paper Two Russ to Veto Arctic Inspection Plan Jobless Aid Plan Passes Victory for Eisenhower WASHINGTON Ufi With the help of Southern Democratic con servatives the Eisenhower ad ministration Thursday won smashing House approval of its emergency unemployment relief program By a rollcall vote of 223165 the House rejected a IVibilliondollar Democratic leadership plan which critics called an outright dole in favor of a 600milliondol lar program backed by President Eisenhower It then voted 37017 to adopt the Eisenhower plan and send it to the Senate OK THE CRUCIAL test to sub stitute the administration plan for the Democratic proposal 60 Democrats joined 163 Republi cans to outvote 148 Democrats 17 Republicans The substitution motion was made by a Democrat Rep Her long of Florida who said the GOP administration bill would provide a temporary extension of jobles pay benefits in a sound way without making a complete mockery of the entire unemploy ment compensation program Herlongs move climaxed two days of heated debate during which the bill backed by Demo cratic leaders was denounced by Southern Democrats as well as by Republicans THIS BILL drafted by the House Ways Means Commit tee would have provided 16 weeks of jobless pay at state rates to virtually all unemployed including those not covered by jobless insurance programs as well as covered workers who have exhausted their benefits The federal government would have footed the bill The Democratic measure was denounced by opponents as a handout and a dole Rep Howard W Smith DVa called it pure unadulterated undisguised un abridged and socialof staff ism President The administration bill adopted by the House would provide a 50 per cent extension of benefits but only to workers who have ex hausted their rights under pres ent federalstate programs In most states this would mean a 13week extension of payments THE GOVERNMENT would put up the money but would be repaid by the states after four years State participation would be voluntary and the program would expire April 1 1959 Iowas congressional delegation was split on the voting Oppos ing the substitute bill were Mer Goad Iowas only Democrat in the House and Paul Cunning ON TAX ISSUE GOP Tosses New Blast at Loveless DES MOINES tfhState Re publican Chairman L L Jurge meyer accused Gov Herschel Loveless Friday of trying to mislead the voters hy creating the impression he never has advocated any tax increases Jurgemeyer told a news con ference he is confident the Re publican candidate will defeat the Democratic governor in the general election next fall A RECENT speech by Love less at Council Bluffs drew much of Jurgemeyers fire In the address Loveless had said that because of his veto of the Legislatures tax bill which let the sales tax rate fall back from per cent lowans are better off during the cur rent recession because they have about 20 million dollars more to spend Here is a man who went on record during the last legisla tive session in favor of tax in creases and yet today he pre sents a face to the people that he is not in favor of tax in creases is the worst one is not needed Jurgemeyer said HE DECLARED that failing to increase state revenues would be false economy and added We are going to have to raise revenue in Iowa to take care of the needs of the state government The needs of the state come ahead of the needs of the party Loveless Jurgemeyer is saddled with proposed tax increases by his candidates that doesnt mean I have to be 6SAGE VISITORS Officers of the 119th annual meeting of the Iowa Con gregational Christian Conference held gomery Grinnell conference superinten dent emeritus and the Rev Sam T Len ters Sioux City newly elected confer iiciu OIUUA vjity liewiy eiecteu conier this week at Osage confer following a ence moderator Standing are the Rev business meeting Seated left to right Don YungelasBelle Plaine scribe and are Dr Judson E Fiebiger Grinnell conDr Charles M Houser Des Moines con ference superintendent Dr Royal Montference preacher for next year No Ancient Family Quarrel Son of Purcell Air Forces Boss Backs Shakeup Plan WASHINGTON Wl Gen Thomas D White Air Force chief unreservedly Eisenhowers backed defense HAMPTON Vigorous denial that the Chronicles withholding of support from Enid Mrs William Robinson was based ona family feud of long standing was contained in an open letter to Earl Hall editor of the Mason Cfty GlobeGazette current issue of the local newspaper The piece was signed by Dwright VI Purcell Publisher The letter was prompted by a news story carried by theGlobe Gazette under the Gross GivenSupport of Hampton Newspaper Ancient Feud Recalled There was an assumption in that news item that strained re lations between the late Publisher TomWPurcell and the late TJB Robinson former 3rd District Representative were reflected in the Chronicles present course of action Such is not the case Purcell stated in his open letter Alle gations of an ancient feud are entirely unfounded and with out fact to the best of my knowl edge and belief IF ANY differences ever exist ed they are unknown to the pres ent generation and had nothing to do with the Chronicles posi OSAGE PARLEY The Rev Sam LentersHeads Church Group OSAGE Rev Sam Len ters Sioux City is the new mod erator of the Congregational Christian Conference of Iowa The Rev Mr Lenters was elected Thursday during the 119th annual to Succeed Mr MU VYlkiJ Llili O1X1 U1IHJ1C ft UU31 MLI tion in the present to be turned against me reorganization bill Friday in tes timony before a doubtful House Armed Services Committee race The TJB Robinson and Pur cell families areand have been on the friendliest of terms Any ham were Voting for Rep Gross the measure Hoeven Jen sen LeCompte Schwengel and Talle fcWS1110 JTtll J White took the stand as the differences that may exist with service witness who has been most outspoken against provisions of the bill vacated it This was General Randolph M Pate com mandant of the Marine Corps I support the reorganization bill asproposed by the Presi dent White said And when Rep Brooks DLa asked for suggestions on a sub stitute White said he hact none Brooks question was open con firmation for reports that such a measure is in preparation I recognize the committee feels some provisions should be set out in more detail White said I would not quarrel over language if the objectives are ac complished PACIFICISTS ARRESTED The crew of theketch Golden Rule is served arrest warrants at Honolulu Hawaii after they ignored a court order not to sail to Eniwetok Island to protest US Hbomb tests The Coast Guard stopped them two miles out to sea and towed them to jail Mrs Enid Robinson are of her own making Use of the terms misunder standing and bygones is set down by Purcell as hollow mock ery of the truth and a thinly veiled effort by the writer of the article and Mrs Robinson to make an excuse for the Chron icles support of Mr Gross We consider the reference to two men who have passed away and who cannot defend them selves as cheap political subter fuge which friends of both re sent the Hampton publishers letter stated NEITHER ONE of them would condone such action and their hundreds of friends throughout the county and district will no1 approve it either Restating the sentiments con tained in the Chronicle editoria of the previous week the body o which was reprinted by the Globe Gazette in its previous front page story Purcell said we suppor H R Gross because we believe he is the most capable candidate in the field Contradicting the claim tha there had been an attempt on he part to end the ancient quar rel Purcell wrote Mrs Robinson knows why we support H R Gross and sh knows that it is not due to an grievance The differences between th Chronicle and Mrs Robinson Purcell observed are of he own making and are recent THE SUBJECT of the so called strained family relations said Mrs Robinson in com menting on the Chronicles ope letter isnt changed one iota b anything either of us say at thi time What really matters is that th publisher of my hometown new paper and a few of his friend are against meand throwing the upport to my opponent in this rim ary election Thats their ight of course But I cant believe that the reat majority of my Franklin ounty neighbors who have been o kind to me in the past are go Attitude Remains Negative UN Action Pending BULLETIN UNITED NATIONS UP Russia Friday vetoed in the United Nations Security Coun cil a United States proposal to establish an Arctic open skies inspection system as a safeguard against surprise at tack FBOM OUR WIRE SERVICES UNITED NATIONS N Y The Soviet Union Friday de nounced the Eisenhower Arcti open skies Inspection plan as gimmick and said Russias op position to the proposal remain unchanged In a sharp Security Counc speech indicating a veto Sovu Delegate Arkady A Sobolev too a slap at UN Secretary Genera Dag Hammarskjold for throwin his support behind the US pla to guard against surprise attack in the polar region He repeated Soviet charges th the Arctic inspection was intended primarily as a me sure to gain military intelligenc from Soviet territory SUPPORT IN THE UN Se curity Council he said was by a friendly chorus of NATO mem FatoI to Des Moines Man Victim AP Photofax HELD AFTER RAID When attractive Mrs YuHung Ting 24 took her dog for a walk in New Yorks Central Park she attracted many mens eyes One reason was that the pres ence of the dog meant to nar cotics buyers that her gift shop had a new shipment of heroin Federal agents raided the place Friday and found million worth of thedope hidden in jade jar The GlobeGazette editor rought into the dispute through he open letter stated By rejecting the inherited pol cy explanation the Hampton liblisher raises a question of why e turns against a neighbor who njoys universal respect in Iowa n favor of one having scant con iections with either Republican arty or 3rd District The Weather Mason City Scattered thunder showers through Saturday Low Friday night in low 50s Cooler Saturday high in 50s owa Scattered showers Friday night warmer with low in 50s Partly cloudy Saturday show ers southeast turning cooler north Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average near to slightly below normal Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs 67 north to 69 south Normal lows 42 north to 46 south Pre cipitation will be moderate to heavy averaging onehalf to threefourths of an inch occur ring as showers Saturday and again Monday or Tuesday Minnesota Showers cooler High Saturday 5260 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 61 Minimum 43 At 8 am 47 Precipitation trace The confereri e e nam ed Wilbur Mollison Grinnell as assistant moderator the Rev Don Yung clas Belle Plaine as scribe and the Rev Phillip Muth Clinton as assistant scribe Dr Charles M Houser Des Moines was elected conference preacher and Dr Royal J Mont gomery Grinnell as historian DELEGATES TO the general council are the Rev Nelson Bax ter Davenport the Rev A El mer Brinkmeyer Webster City the Rev Mace Crandall Maquo keta Mrs F N Cole Iowa FaUs Mrs Howard Waters Dan ville Mrs Howard Boardman Newton Elgin Enabnit Osage Herve Hazen Des Moines and Fern Sharp Elkader Elected directors at large were the Rev C Fosberg Hughes Sioux City Mrs Don Renaud Kellogg Jperle Trickey Des Moines for 2 year terms the Rev Carlus Basinger Keokuk Mrs 0 J Jacobson Waterloo and Walter Parker Charles City were elected for 1 year terms MRS LESTER OLSON De Witt and Richard Ringun Cedar Rapids were elected to the pro gram and business committee Others elected were The JRev W R Thomas Col well and the Rev Clinton to the Midwest regional committee The Iowa Temperance League Board consists of Farwell Brown bers The joining of the secretary general in this chorus he said did not change the nature of the US maneuver or make itjjiiore attractive This did hot contribute to the strengthening of the au thority of the secretary al but to the contrary Sobolev addressed the 11nation gener council after Chief US Delegate E1A1 Airline Big Airliner Lands Minus One Wheel NEW YORK big inbound airliner believed to have lost a wheel several hours before on its takeoff from London landed safe ly at Idlewild Airport Friday as crash equipment hovered near The plane carried 63 passengpxs and ofHi r The pilot told by radio of the possible difficulty expressed con iderice bring his craft own without difficulty and he id The plane belongs to Israels and Harold Rinehart Ames Roy Faught and J E Waggoner Charles City Christians must make greater efforts to heal the breaches within Christendom if they ex pect the rest of the world to listen to the churchs message of reconciliation That was the message of Dr Sheldon Mackey Philadelphia secretary of both the Evangelical and Reformed Church and of the United Church of Christ There is division in the mis sion of the church and this di vision weakens and undermines the witness of Christ to the YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 81 51 Henry Cabot Lodge had accept ed a Swedish compromise pro posal in an effort to avert a So viet veto The move howeyer apparently failed THE SOVIET DELEGATE de clared he could not accept the Swedish amendment which insert ed into the original US resolu tion a reference to eventual dis cussion of the inspection plan at a summit meeting Russia had insisted on the whole issue going to a summil conference without preliminary discussions He again pressed fcr this idea The Arctic plan Sobolev said is the old idea of control with out disarmament The West has insisted for nine years that there cannot be disarmament without safeguarded inspection and con trol WHAT IS DEEMED worthy of inspection the Russian went on includes an extension of Soviel territory in the Arctic zone but not an inch of U S territory or U S bases on foreign soil We merely conclude that the Unitec States needs information on So viet military dispositions Secretary of State John Foster Dulles news conference in Wash ington Thursday in which he pledged to end Hbomber Arctic flights if the inspection plan were adopted was directed to naive and credulous people Sobole1 said He warned of the consequence if an American bomber droppec a hydrogen bomb by mistake on the Soviet Union Cant Beat Loveless With 3 Sales Tax Nicholas Vouches world Friday he told the conference TREMOR FELT FRANCISCO tf A slight Dickens Man Killed Beneath Tractor MILFORD A Volkert 52 Dickens was killed when crushed beneath his tractor at a county gravel pit about half a part of San Francisco shortly after 6 am Friday No damage was reported ing used on a stone crushcr A 35foot embankment overlooking the pit gave way NEW LONDON Iowa Lt Gov William H Nichola said Thursday no Republican pro posing a 3 per cent sales tax ca beat Democratic Gov Hersche C Loveless in the Novembe elections Nicholas comment was aimec at his opponent in the June 2 pr mary Dr William G Murray o Ames who has backed a 3 pe cent sales tax with the added per cent applied to local schco districts to reduce property taxes Loveless has opposed any sale tax higher than the current 2 pe cent Nicholas said his approach wa to plug the loopholes in tb present tax structure The pilot made three swings yer the airport while ground rews and control tower men ooked at the landing gear of the raft a Bristol Britannia turbo rop model whose flight had ori ginated at Tel Aviv Israel On the third thou ands of airport spectators watch ng the pilot was told y radio Your landing gear is 0 K except for your left wheel vhich is missing DES MOINES UP A Dei Moines man who barricaded him self in his home and exchanged shotgun blasts with police was killed Thursday night Clair Snyder 27 Des Moines died from gunshot wounds shortly after he apparently decided to give up and started to walk out the front door of his home An inquest was held to deter mine whetherSnyder died from wounds received from police or whether he died from selfinflict ed wounds POLICE WERE CALLED to the Snyder home after neighbors said he had threatened his wife his mother and a brotherinlaw When authorities arrived they said Snyder fired his shotgun two times from a window Patrolman Ralph Marquis fired ashotgun blast through the front door of the house Police said it was the only shot fired by them H Police threw tear gas grenades into the house after Snyders wife and his two daughters crawled to safety SNYDER BRANDISHED his gun at police when they arrived and shouted Ill give you just five seconds to get out of there He then fired the gun from the rearof the house Authorities movedto the front of thehouse where Patrolman Marquis fired a shot through the door Snyder emerged from the house seconds later holding both hands to his face He took a few steps and fell face down Snyders wife Shirley 21told police he appeared to have been drinking when hearrived home She said they quarreled and Sny der ordered her out of the house She said she went back to get the couples children Cindy 2Vfe and Debbie 1 to take them to a rel atives house STRIKE ENDS DAVENPORT UP Some This meant that one wheel on 4000building trades which mem he left landing gear was absent Sach of the two main landing jears has four wheels instead of he usual two a safety factor in ust such cases Shortly before the landing the pilot was informed by radio that a wheel similar to that used on ns airliner had been found after lis takeoff at London BILL APPROVED WASHINGTON Sen ate passed a bill Thursday to give pensions for the first time to tlyj vidows of Confederate veterans ind raise pensions of widows of veterans in all conflicts before World War I faers went back to work in the Quad Cities Friday after the heart of a dayold strike was bro ken SAME Stack means cuttle M houri MASTERS OF DECEIT Reds Lay Groundwork for Actual Penetration of The 123 Group EDITORS NOTE In this inIparty member but he had main stallmtnt of J Edgar Hoovers new book Masters of Deceit author continues h i s ac count of the Communist Partys invasion of a typical nonCom munist organization By J EDGAR HOOVER Federal Bureau of Investigation In the beginning of the Commu nist penetration of The 123 Group which is representative of organizations to be found in any large city all of the officers of the group except one were bit terly antiCommunist The exception was the holder of the post Communists knew from experience to be a key position in any organization namely sec retary He Mr A was not a tained cordial contacts with party members He was popidar with the rank and file of the group membership Therefore he was the weak spot in The 123 Group to the Communists The party organizer set his in filtration campaign going as told previously by drawing up a com plete slate of candidates for of ficerships in the group tagged the Reform Ticket A few re actionaries were included to help conceal the Communist interest Naturally the secretary who had kept an open mind about Com munists induced to run for reelection to that position on Reform Ticket THE CHIEF PROBLEM to the Communist strategists and tac ticians was who to runfor presi   

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