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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 20, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited toe BE VOL LXIV Preo UelUd PKM THI NIWSrAriR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH i 0 W A N S N I I 0 H I O R S MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JUNI 2fl HOME EDITION S1 8 Billion nt nsion Bill OKd Goldfine Inquiry Wanted Company Got Big Contracts S WASHINGTON WtA Republi member of a House invest gating subcommittee called Fri day for an inquiry into all bi Bernard Goldfines contacts with federal officials during the last 10 years Rep John B Bennett Mich said Im of the opinion thai Sherman Adams is not the only official of the federal govern ment who has enjoyed Goldfines hospitality Adanis President Eisenhow top aide has testified he ac cepted gifts and favors from Goldfine a wealthy Boston in dustrialist on the basis of a long friendship He said he also go1 in touch with two federal agen cies on matters relating to Gold fine butt denied he sought spe cial treatment for the Bostonian BENNETT SPOKE in an inter view as the Pentagon disclosed that more than a quarter of a million dollars worth of textile contracts have been awarded to Goldfines companies since the Eisenhower administration took over in January 1953 The Pen tagon supplied the figures re quest with no implication of in fluence or wrongdoing In a separate development the Securities and Exchange Com j that it dropped a case against one of Goldfines firmsafter an inquiry from the White House prompted by Adams On the contrary the five man cohimission said the case was prosecuted Goldfines East Boston Co was fined and is nowfiling on schedule reports required by the SEC V THE SEC reported Chairman Edward N Gadsby and his aides have been asked to Tuesday as thesubcommittee re sumes its investigation into how well independent regulatory agen cies are following the law Political repercussions contin ued over Adams actions and Ei senhowers decision to retain his top aide despite what Adanis called hrs innocent but imprudent moves in contacting the SEC and the Federal Trade Commission about matters involving Goldfine Four GOPsenators not up for reelection this year George D Aiken Ralph Flanders Frank Carlson Kan and Jacob K Javits NY backedEisen hower with a statement saying that while Adams may have made mistakes be was frank enough to admit it Meanwhile other GOP con gressmen piled up demands for Adams resignation Besides Ben nett Reps Charles E Chamber Iain Eugene Siler Harry G Haskell Del and S Walter Stauffer Pa all hit the theme that Adams own previous ly expressed principles of clean m T n TV N Win Willsons The Music Man is welcomed at the plane on arrival home from Los Angelesby his brothers and sisters Left to right are Dianna Lynn Norman and Danny Little Candy is just behind the group Celia was the only one who couldnt rush out to meet the plane She is only 8monthsoId Lynn Potter Glad to Jj Be Back Home in River City By CARL WRIGHT Staff Writer Lynn Potter the boy from f a 1S son City who has been cast in the Hls brothers and sisters role of Winthrop Paroo in the road to the plane to company of The Music Man Bother who ompany of The Music Man ame home Friday from Los An geles After a week of auditions on the Vest Coast he was glad to be home again with his brothers and government require that he quit All House seats are at stake in the fall elections Rail Agency Service at Bristow Shell Rock Discontinued DBS The Iowa Commerce Commission Fri day authorized the Chicago Great Western Railway Co to discon tinue agency service at Bristow end Shell Rock The commission said only 15 cars were forwarded from the Bristow agency in the last three years and assigned The Weather Mason City Fair continued cool High Saturday low 70s Low Friday night near50 Generally fair Friday and Saturday Cooler Friday night Little temperature change Sat urday Low Friday night 4856 Fiveday Temperatures will average 3 to6 degrees be low normal for the five day period extending through next Wednesday Normal highs are 8285 and normal lows 5862 It will be cool at the beginning of the period turn warmer about Sunday and cooler again early next week Precipitation will average about one half inch occurring as scattered showers mostly early next week Minnesota Continued sunny cooler Saturday high 6875 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 80 Minimum 50 At 8 am 57 sisters dad and mom and grand pa and grandma Lynn after all is made good as the boy from River City WAS ALL Lynn could say as he put his arms around Dianna and Norman Danny swelling his chest pride in his new 76 Trombones Tshirt led the way from the plane while sister Candy trailed astep behind All of his brothers and sisters were there Celia 8 months old waiting in the arms of her mother Lynns parents Mr and Mrs George Potter 1627 President and his grandparents Mr and Mrs Earl Potter also were there i And George Mendon mayor of Milligan secretary of the Cham ber of Commerce all were there to greet Earl Hall who accompanied the boy to Los Angeles and return LYNN COMPLETED his audi tions like a veteran said Mrs Hall He became a little ill af ter leaving Kansas City but I dontbelieve it is from flyingvor nervousness He has the most composure of any lad of his age Ive ever seen After a round of greetings with everyone from River City Lynn and his entire family were es corted to a waiting convertible A police escort headed the pro cession of more than a dozen cars and Lynn the mayor and others went through Mason City right up to theboys home at 1627 President NW with sirens screamin Travel Levies Freight Also Affected FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES Senate Fn day defied President Eisenhowers notaxcut policy It passed a cor pprate and excise tax extension bill which repeals both the 3 per cent taxon transportation of freight and the 10 per cent levy on transportation of passengers The bill was sent to a House Senate conference committee by a voice vote Final Senate action came after five amendments to kill or reduce various excise taxes had been de feated AS IT PASSED the House the legislation would have preserved the full in revenue sought by the Eisenhower admin istration and top Democratic leaders But overriding the bi partisan nocut stand the Senate late Thursday adopted amend ments repealing the transporta tion taxes would mean a revenueloss ome million if accepted by the House The bill extends the present 52 per cent corporate rates and the existing rates on liquor beer au tomobiles and certain other ex cise items Earlier the Senate rejected an amendment to repeal the 10 per cent tax on local telephone calls And the chamber also turned down other amendments to cul the auto tax adjust corporate rates to aid small business and repeal or reduce various manu facturers excise rates Both Republican leader Wil Ham F Knowlarid of California River City and other officials of the day when Lynn first became Lynn wavecl to acquaintances the day when Lynn first becamej famous were there to greet him They of course were officials of the North Iowa Music Man Band Festival Ray Seney chair man of the festival R L Currie president of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce Lester B Johnson of Texas opposed the amendments to repeal the 3 per cent levy on passenger tickets The amendment erasing the freight levy was adopted 5925 svith 33 Democrats and 26 Repub licans joining forces to write it Jme SOOa fls Great B into the bUl Voting against it of an vere 10 Democrats and 15 Re publicans Philippines Given New US Loans WASHINGTON United States agreed Friday to establish a new line of credit for the Philippines and provide million in development loan funds The development loans are subject to congressional action along the way as he sat proudly in the rear seat of the convertible And even broke into song his Gary Ind as he neared his home ITS FINE teing home said Lynn But Im anxious to get in to rehearsals too I like it Neighborhood youngsters of course attracted Lynns atten tion and he greeted them ell be fore he went into the house to dis tribute presents he had brought from Los Angeles Lynns quitea family boy and he has a lot to tell before be goes back to Los Angeles in midJuly And he has a big throb in his heart for Mrs Hall who took him to Los Angeles for his big chance Passive Truce in Lebanon During HammarskjolcTs Inspection Broken FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES BEIRUT attacked an army patrol in the ofpocket cost of the agency servi ice Service to the Bristow area will be handled through the nearby Allison agency the commission gaid Business from Shell Rock in Butler County will be handled through the Clarksville agency passive trucc be the yisit o United Nations SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold The UN leader met with Pre mier Sami EsSolh and a govern ment spokesman said Solh told Hammarskjold the nation was the Tareek Jedida quarter Re ports said the first rebel fire in flicted casualties and that the army replied with machine gun fire The battle lasted about an hour In another incident progovern ment Christian Phalange workers shot and killed a workman near the British embassy On nearby Cyprus meanwhile relying upon United Nations helpJTurkish Cypriot leaders rejected Sources said Solh asked for a DUTYTOUR CUT large UN police force to seal SEOUL Korean tour ofjLebanons borders but thai Ham A Greek government source said Premier Constantine Kara manhV Cabinet definitely would reject the plan which calls for the Greek and Turkish govern ments to join Britain in govern ing the island The NATO allies were putting strong pressure on Greece at least to join in discus sions and Britain planned to go ahead with the plan in any event Archbishop Makarios exiled U S Army soldier will be cur tailed to 13 months from the present 16 effective July 1 jBritains partnership plan of the Greek Cypriot move governing this embattled islandment to unite the island with jThc Turkish government agreedGreece conferred in Athens with million a total of S717 million an nually The Senate House Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation said the freight amendment would repeal the 3 per cent tax oa all classes of freight whether in carload or less than carload lots and whether carried by land sea or air Congressional experts at first said pipeline shipments were not affected but later said they were in error and the bill in its present form would repeal the 4Vz per cent levy on crude oil and liquid products thereof moved by pipeline The amendments written into the bill by the Senate will force the measure to go back to the House before final action can be taken Civil Service Wage Boost Bill Signed WASHINGTON UPI Presi 3ent Eisenhower Friday signed a bill giving classified government employes a 10 per cent pay in crease retroactive to Jan i i AP Phototax CAMERA QUEEN Smiling Vanda Jones 19 poses at the side of a pool with her trophy after being selected as Miss National Press Photographer at the annual photographers convention in St Paul Miss Jones who won out in a field of 28 beauties stands 5 feet7JA inches weighs 128 pounds and measures 362236 UNWill Discuss Hungary Tries to Head Off Bloodbath UNITED NATIONS NY UPI United Nations Special Hungarian Committee under nessure from the United States las called a closed session for Jaturday to try to head off a new loodbath in Hungary Hungary sources at the UN said at least 120 persons faced trial and possible execution Budapest House Passes Atomic Data Swap Plan WASHINGTON House passed 34512 Thursday a bill au thorizing President Eisenhowers plan for stepping up exchange of atom weapons information with Allies The measure is expected to get quick consideration ia the Sen ate possibly Lowering substantially butse lectively the walls of secrecy around US nuclear weapons production the legislation would permit an ally already capable of producing atom weapons to exchange knowhow and mater fivenation committee wil sift a mass of charges against the Hungarian Communist regime 11 was called into action after the JS State Department urged the UN to press a fullscale in vestigation of the execution of former Premier Imre Nagy Gen Pal Maleter and two other lead rs of the 1956 revolution BOTH HOUSES of Congres also approved resolutions con and Democratic Leader Lyndon and mater B Johnson of Texas oDnoJrf thP ls Production with the United States LU icyeai me 6 per T t cent freight tax and the 10 per s and Energy cent lew on Commission officials have said repeatedly that the only nation now qualified for such ex changes or likely to qualify any time soon is Great Britain Dis Britain are re ported to have begun The law does not authorize de THE VOTE approving repeal livery of actual weapons and of of the 10 per cent levy on pasfacials have said any placed for senger fares was 5035 Twentyexample in NATO countrieswill remain in US custody ESCAPEE NABBED MARSHALLTOWN seven Democrats and 23 Repub licans voted forrepeal while 17 Democrats and 18 Republicans voted against it Secretary of the Treasury AnnethHohrman 44 Marshalltown derson has estimated that reap escapee from the CILve Honor qno n m peal of the freight tax would cul was captured here Thurshours Se revenues million dollars daV Hohrm an walked away S and the passenger fare levy the honor farm Monday marskjold envisioned the UN to talk about it and the Greek Cypriots awaited word from force as unarmed observers The rebel attack occurred Athens Cypriot mayors He said he would send views to the British later SAME meant ac UaffH FMi li while serving a 10year sentence on bad check charges in demning Russian barbarism and perfidy and expressing a deep sense of indignation over the deaths of the Hungarian patriots Washington dispatches indicat ed the US might seek a special session of the General Assembly oconsider the Hungarian situa ion but informed sources here said such a move would be pre mature THE FIRST UN reaction to rtie Hungarian executions was to place thechargebefore fKe spV cial committee which last yea issued a scorching indictment o Russia for its brutal repression 6f the revolt The committee was ordered to meet this morning by Australian Ambassador E Ronald Walker but he later postponed the sessioi until Saturday because the Uru guayan and Tunisian ambassa dors who are members of the committee had pressing duties in Washington The other members of the com mittee are the ambassadors from Ceylon and Denmark Vanguard Satellite Shoot Postponed CAPE CANAVERAL Pla An attempt to launch a Vanguard satellite rocket was scrubbed at am because of technical difficulties of a basketballsized satellite originally was set for ranging from a few minutes to JAN CLARK Jan Clark to Head Iowa 4H Girls AMES Jan Clark 18 Baa croft who recently won the hon or of Band Festival Queen at Ma son City Thursday was elected president of the Iowa 4H Dlubs Jan daughter of Mr and Mrs B V Clark has been in 4H work for eight years and was grad uated this spring from St Johns High School at Bancroft She succeeds Marcena Christian La Porte City The girls named Deanna Grace 17 Hampton as vice president Judith Dean 17 Corwith secre tary and Janet 17 of Spirit JLake historian meeting attended by 1600 delegates reached full stride Thursday The program in cluded four divisional discussion groups Mason City Girl on Bike Struck by Car Injured Julie Ann Holub 7 was in fair condition in Mercy Hospital Fri day afternoon after her bicycle struck a moving car and she was thrown to the pavement She the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Holub 115 Rhode Island SE The attending physician said she was in fair conditionwith head injuries and bruises The full extent of her injuries is not yet known She was reported in semiconscious condition The girl was attempting to cross State Street at Vermont northbound in front of a bus vhich had stopped eastbound OB State As her bicycle emerged n front of the bus according to he police report it struck the right frpnt fender of a car also aastbound driven by Ray Coi ins 25 Westview Drive She was taken to the hospital n Snells ambulance INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY Communist Indoctrination Begins Early for Russian Tots EDITORS NOTE This is m a series of articles based on John Gunthers new book Jn side Russia Today By JOHN GUNTHER Indoctrination of the whole Rus ian population begins in child hood without regard to whether or not the child will ever reach Communist party membership Youngsters in nursery schools become Little Octobrists and then at the age of 9 or there abouts go into the Young Pio neers There are some 20 million Pioneers Next at about 14 favored chil dren enter the Young Commu nist League the Komsomol or g a n i z a t ion which has around 18 mil ion members This is a very mportant or anization in d e e d Only about 40 per cent of the boys it is at the Komsomol stage that the first extensive and detailed screening of the population at large takes place Normally a young person re mains a YCL member until he is 26 The program includes everything from political instruc tion to competitive sports from military exercises to cultural activity of every sort A sharp eye is kept for potential leaders But not all Komsomols by any means become adult members of the parly atthis juncture too there is a widespread winnowing The party takes only the best PARTY MEMBERS not only have the right to criticize their associates if they are derelict but a specific duty is selfcriti cism also as everybody knows they supposed to be volunteer failing watchdogs looking for wen in their superiors er former Sen William Bentoa calls the most stupendous psy chological manipulation in his tory It maintains more than 6 schools and has 375000 propagandists and agitators in the field Each is armed with scrip turean 824page book called Guide for the Propagandist and Agitator This publication ap pears at regular intervals and is revised from time to time to expunge previous material that is no longer in fashion keep up with the convoluted twistings of the party line and in particular make actual happenings fit into the ideology which they often contravene WE SHOULD however point out again that conformity is not merely imposed from the top but as a result of 40 years of in doctrination rises from below flame It docs not create the party line but disseminates it CUNTHER and is responsible for what one girls available are taken in astute and knowledgeable observ m 11 u a i 11 U111 Agitprop the party apparatus People obey not merely out of dealing with agitation and propajfear but because they think in is keeper the sacred uniform terms General Augustm Guillaume who was the French military attache in Moscow for a period and who certainly has no sympathy for the Soviet   

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