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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 13, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tec tha N CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Ml MIWSfAPIK THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS N E I a M 0 ft HOME EDITION VOL LXIV Auoctated Prett and UnitedPress International Full Lease I 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNE 13 195 ThU ot Two Wants New Body to Control Airways Pentagon Bill OKd Amendments Turned Down WASHINGTON bill to re organize the Pentagon sailed through the House Thursday 4021 after angered Democrats methodically axed all the changes President Eisenhower asked Along the way Democrats and Republicans traded hot harsh ac cusations of playing politics with a vital issue both sides said should remain above partisan ship Democrats threw their numeri cal superiority in to the battle with telling effect They closed ranks behind charges that the GOP had stirred up a political row with amendments to a bill that was originally approved unanimously by a bipartisan committee SOTHREE KEY amendments backed by Eisenhower and his Republican supporters we n 1 down to defeat The House re jected them one at a time and atlhe end in a single package As it went to the Senate the defense reorganization bill still would fulfill many of Eisenhowr objectives It would concentrate greater authority in the secretary of de fense and remove kinks and unify command over the nations fighting for c e s It would strengthen operations of the Joinl Chiefs of Staff and put a power ful director in chargeofresearch and weapons development The wasnt over streamlining military command Everybody was for in prin ciple IT CENTERED on three sec tions of the reorganization meas ure Eisenhower said these would set up barricades to effi cient streamlining or invite in subordination In a seriesof teller votes in which members were counted as they marched up an aisle the House voted 1 Not to knock out aprovi lion that the secretary of defense must direct and control the Army Navy and Air Force only through their civilian secretaries Eisenhower wanted to chan nel orders to the services through assistant secretaries of defense acting only on specific instruc tions from the secretary 2 Not to alter provisions for the secretary or military chief of staff of any of the three service t to appeal to Congress an order abolishing combatant functions Congress could upset the order without risking a presidentia veto 3 Not to scrap a provision tha any service secretary or militarj c hi ef could take any service problems directly to Congress Mechanic Zooms Off in Old Jet Bomber Dies in Accident HUNTINGDON England W A US Air Force mechanic stol a bomber plane early Frida and zoomed off alone on a mys tery flight He crashed to hi death a few miles away in th kind of mishap that gives th British the jitters Leftwing British leaders in sist that the presence of Ameri can bombers armed with nuclea weapons adds to the islands dan that someone might g berserk or accidentally drop on of the atomic bombs on Britain The plane that crashed Frida carried no bomb Headquarters of the 3rd US A i r Force announced that th plane was an obsolete Tornad light bomber Just what prompted the run away flight was not known Th air force said the plane was pi loted by an airman who had n instruction in flying DAV PARLEY SIOUX CITY OP About persons were here Friday for for mal opening of the state conven Uon of Iowa Disabled American Veterans POSSUMS GET NEW HOME Seven AP Photolax the babies His dogfound the mother little orphaned possums are the latest less possums below the Julien Dubuque addition to the Fred Kueper home near Bridge One of them an albino Dubuque Kueper is shown bottle feeding is a rarity in the animal kingdom Take a Bow Father Most of You Rank as Heroes in Eyes of the Younger Generation By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK This may come as heady news to to days harassed fathers But most of them rank as heroes in the eyes of their children al though the small fry often re sorts to strange ways of ex pressing worship The fact that children do con sider pop a great guy shows throughout the 20000 letters which youngsters most of them between the ages of 10 and 12 entered in a contest to pay trib ute to the head of the house come Fathers Day The event will be observed Sunday Child winners all got bicy cles each dad got a cigar He looks like John Wayne Robert Mitchum and Roy Rog Transit Assn Names Wold President Russell Wold Ottumwa is the new president of the Iowa Transit Assn He was elected to succeed Robert Walker Fort Dodge at the close of the groups annual convention Friday at the Hotel Hanford Other new officers are C S Douglas Davenport vice presi dent Elmer Brauhn Dubuque reelected treasurer for the sixth consecutive year and Fred Wor den Des Moines reelected sec retary The convention was attended by 30 lowans representing 14 city bus lines in the state The major topic of discussion centered about the problems faced by Iowa transit companies It was pointed out that tax reliei measures granted by the last legislature enabled many compa nies to improve their financial condition during the year Bulganin Recovering From Recent Surgery M 0 S C 0 W Wl Former Pre mier Nikolai Bulganin has under gone a serious operation but is expected to return to work wilh in a week or so Premier Nikita Khrushchev said Thursday night ers wrote Shelley Smith 11 Portland Tex who with two younger brothers won a special family citation this year The other Smith brothers Don 7 and Bill 9 praised their father because he is a good pilot and he cooks out ofdoors MOST LETTER writers cited pops patience love sense of humor understanding gen erosity and mechanical know how fixes all my A prizewinning letter from Steven Evans Houston Tex rated his father as the great est person I know who like knights of old every morning mounts his trusty steed a 3yearold Chevrolet and is off to fight modernday mon businesmen employers and employes At the end of the week he continued he relaxes by washing the car fixing the mower cutting the grass A dad is to a boy what wheels are to a wagon wrote 13yearold Robyn Wall of Mi ami Fla He can make you a slingshot out of a tree branch and rubber bands and a and arrow set that will really work but when it comes to women he cant seem to figure them out THE CHILDREN admire fa ther even when hes meting punishment When dad belts me he belts me good said one youngster Father makes the rules and even mom must obey them or in some cases the other way around wrote Elsie Chin an eighth grader in Manhattan If we dont obey everyone ex cept mom gets a good tan ning Young Miss Chin of Chinese ancestry won first prize among the girl contestants We get punished when we do the wrong things another contestant said But I would rather get punished than not have my parents care about me Letters indicate the children have amazing understanding of adults His stomach has grown tremendously in the past six years said one observant My own favorite letter in the whole batch came from 11year old Susan Elizabeth Kelly of Tenafly N J who said Daddies do not like to be asked too many questions hurried or be told they are wrong My dad likes little girls like me and big girls like mom my SAME Industrial Output Climbed in May First Rise in Year WASHINGTON W The Fed ral Reserve Board Friday an nounced that May brought th first upturn in the nations indus trial production since June of last year Economic activity firmed in May following eight months of de cline the board reported in its monthly summary of business conditions The index of industrial produc tion moved up one point from April to 127 per cent of the 1947 49 average It still was 18 points bellow the level of last August and 20 points below the alltime high of December 1956 The boards s uln m a r y sug gested that the May improvement in business activity has continued in early June Thor Missile in Successful Firing CAPE CANAVERAL Fla big Thor intermediate range missile which the Air Force will use as the main stage of its moon rockets roared up from Cape Canaveral Friday on a routine test flight The Thor some 65 feet tail and G feet thick at its base was launched without the two addi tional highpower stages itwill have mounted atop it for the moon shots The firing appeared to be sue cessful Aimed to Prevent Collisions President in Recommendation WASHINGTON tf President Eisenhower Friday asked Con fess to create a new federal Aviation agency in an effort to vert air collisions in this jet age Eisenhower in a special mes age proposed that the existing Aeronautics Administration e abolished and that its func ions be absorbed by the new gency Recent midair collisions of ircraft occasioning tragic losses f human life have emphasized he need for a system of air traf ic management which will pre rent within the limits of human ngenuity a recurrence of such ccidents Eisenhower said THE PRESIDENT recommend ed that the proposed new agency be given full and paramount authority over the use by air craft of air space over the United States and its territories excepl in circumstances of military emergency or urgent military ne lessity Eisenhower asked for enact meht of legislation at this session and at the earliest practicable date He proposed that the new fed eral aviation agency be headed by an administrator assisted by a deputy Both officials would be the President sub ject to confirmation by the Sen teV sa id he had in tended to wait until early nex year to recommend creation o a new agency BUT HE ADDED that a recen air collision in Maryland taking a dozen lives has made the neec for action urgent Eisenhower also recalled wha he termed the nations shock over the most costly civil air dis aster in history He referred t the collision of two commercia airliners over the Grand Canyon June 30 1956 That crash too 128 lives The Presidents message sai Defense Department air contro functions should be transferrec to the new agency as rapidly a adequate arrangement for thei performance and the solution o the personnel problems can b worked out He said military personnel a well as civilians should hav high posts in the new agency tc assure that national defense in terest would not be neglected The Senate already is holding hearings on a bill by Sen Mik Monroney DOkla with th same general objectives Th White House announcement die not mention that measure The Weather Mason City Cloudy and coole Friday night low in lower 50s Partly cloudy Saturday hig lower 70s Iowa Mostly cloudy scatterec showers and thunderstorm Friday night and Saturday Lit tie change in temperatures Low Friday night 5868 FiveOay Iowa Temperature will average 3 to 6 degrees be low normal Friday nigh through next Wednesday wit no important daily changes ex pected Normal highs in lower 80s Normal lows around 60 Rainfall will average about one inch with locally heavier amounts in intermittent show ers and thunderstorms through out the period Minnesota Partly cloudy warm er High Saturday 72 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 71 Minimum 56 At 8 am 62 Precipitation 02 AP Photofax GOP OPENS Meade Alcorn Republi can national chairman chats with Anna Lomas Red Oak national as Iowa Republi cans gathered at rDes MoinesFriday Alcorn was the main speaker as the GOP officially kickedoff its fall campaign e K v S Have Full Gohfftfehce in Aide Alcorn t DES MOINESW Meade Alcorn Republican national chair man said Friday he has full confidence in Sherman Adams am doesnt think anythingAdams has done will harm GOPchance n the coming campaign Alcorn was here for an Iowa Republican campaign kickoJ meeting Hewasasked at a news conference whether he though he GOP would be hurt by disclosures that some of Adams note 3ills were paid bya friend Bernard Goldfine Goldfine has oc casional business with the federal government No I dont think so Alcorn said becausei I think anyon wKo Mr Adams as I doknows that he is aman of cbniplel gne of the mostded Hampton Man Victim of Auto Crash HAMPTON William Thomas Wickliff 23 Hampton was killed early Friday in a traffic accident at the east edge of town Authorities said Wickliff was driving alone when he missed a curve and crashed into a pile of nowfence at a dead end road He died at the Hampton Hos pital shortly after arrival there Wickliff was employed by the Eastern Iowa Breeders Associa tion His wife Charlotte has taught sixth grade in a Hampton school since they moved here a few years ago from Fairfield BULLETIN WASHINGTON UPI The Agriculture Committee Friday approved 2110 n nibus farm bill It provides for the most sweeping changes in the operation of federal farm programs since the New Deal came to power irv 1933 cated public servants in moder political history IN WASHINGTON the Whit House stood behind Adams Pres Secretary James Hagerty sai President Eisenhower absolutel has no intention of firing Adam as some Democratic legislator have demanded Adams has ac mitted that Goldfine paid som in hotel bills for him bu that Goldfine never received an favored treatment from feden agencies in return Alcorn said that as he saw i the accusations against Adam an assistant to the Presiden add up to the claim that h Adams occupied some quarters regularly maintained b someone since long before Adam was connected with the Eisen hower administration THOSE WHO addressed the Re publican caihpaign conference in eluded L L Jurgemeyer Clinton the partys state chairman an William Brenton Des Moines R publican national treasurer Attending county leader and state and legislative cand dates W G Murray Ames th partys nominee for governor and W L Mooty Grundy Cente GOP nominee for lieutenant go ernor spoke for Alcorn on th luncheon program Cyprus Curfew Ordered Bloody Riots Bring Action NICOSIA Cyprus ff Only British troops walked the streets if Nicosia Friday as lamped onthe first 100 per cent curfew in an effort to end com munal fighting Britain also ordered paratroop ers to the Mediterranean colony her troops trying to nd continuing clashes between j r e e k and Turkish Cypriots Eleven Cypriots have been killed since Saturday Since the outbreak of communal rioting the Greek and Turkish communitieshad been allowed out of doors separately for several hours daily to get food and other essentials Today even that was prohibited and such pass holderj as doctors civil servants and re porters were included in the pro libition BRITISH PLANS for the future of be announced Tues expected to intensify violence by failing fully to satis fy either the 400000 Cypriots of Greek descent or the 100000 Turks The Greeks want the island an nexed to Greece The Turks want Cyprus partitioned if the British leave The situation approached civil war Thursday with the bloodiest battle yet A gang of 300Greek Cypriots tried fcTorkisH village near Nicosia andwas met with gunfire Three Greeks killed and nine BRITISH TROOPS headedoff part of the Greek mob arresting 30 and disarming the rest but one group set fire to crops and was attacked by hidden Turks Seventeen Turks were arrested In another clash clubswing ing British troops broke up a Turkish mob trying to storm a Nicosia police station Authori ties clampedan earlier curfew on the Turkish section of town The War Office in London said the situation on Cyprus is de teriorating and more troops needed to bolster the British forces that make this an East Mediterranean s t r o n g p 6 i nt About 500 paratroopers are ex pected to be flown here Satur day Other troops in England have been alerted Oahe Dam Will Be August PIERRE S D and other officials from Iowa and nine other states will be invited to be here Aug 3 when a leash is appliedon the meandering Mis souri River The gap will ba closed at Oahe Dam and the river will be diverted through control tunnels RUSSIA TODAY Surprisingly Enough Many Russians Get Big Salaries YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 73 60 EDITORS NOTE This is in a series of articles based on John Gunthers new book In side Russia Today By JOHN GUNTHER A point not at all appreciated outside of Russia is that a sub stantial number of Soviet citizens get large salaries What might almost be called a millionaire class has grown up composed most ly of writers who earn royal ties musicians scientists and inventors The richest man in Russia is s u p posed to be a c o m p o ser of popular music whose earnings p rob ably a m oun t to a GUNTHER million rubles at par per year THE BEST PAID people are in tellectuals like university profes sors A full professors salary is quite large by our standards about 5500 rubles a month or Then if you are a mem ber of the Academy of Sciences you automatically receive a 5 000rubleamonth stipend in addi tion to your salary and your earnings may be further a u g mented by royalties on textbooks TV appearances and lectures The director of an important research institute will as a rule get several thousand rubles a month bonus in addition to his salary if his work is good Then intellectuals always h a ve a chance of winning Stalin n o w called Lenin prizes which can run up to 200000 rubles each at par Finally a man in a big position has special per quisites like the right to have or share a motorcar a dacha in the country and an apartment m Moscow than most more I7M 1000 754 HERE ARE FURTHER salais ies and wages Rubles A Month President of the Academy of Sciences 15000 Army colonel 4000 Rector of an Important university 800012000 80003000 Senior government official 6000 Factory manager 3000 Shop superin tendent 12001600 Shop foreman 1200 300 Earnings of those less favored are very low Statistics are diffi cult to procure and are seldom reliable The guaranteed mini mum wage is 300350 rubles per month a sum on which a worker is barely able to live it c a a mean virtual starvation although it is better than nothing EVERYBODY even the most innocent visitor t k 11 a   

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