Mason City Globe Gazette, June 28, 1958

Mason City Globe Gazette

June 28, 1958

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NfWSpAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOW A N S NEIGHBORS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Internationa Full Lease Wire 7c x Copy MASON CITY JOWA SATURDAY JUNE 28 1958 To Sign Korean Bonds 2 Days Work This Paper Consists of Two No ttf in Store By WILLIAM EBERLINE state officials will risk writers cramp so that Iowas 100000 Korean War veterans can be paid a few months hence Gov Herschel Loveless State Treasurer M L Abrahamson and Secretary of State Melvin D Synhorst will go into Chicago Monday to sign the bonds in the Korean bonus issue Its expected to take two days of solid work to sign the 24700 bonds all of denomination Abrahamson says the writing machine to be used will permit signing of 18 bonds at a lime That means the three officials will have to sign their names 1373 times apiece After the bonds are signed and ready for delivery to the pur chasers Abrahamson will ar range for actual delivery of the1 money to Iowa THAT WILL CLEAR the way for further steps leading to pay1 ment of the bonus starting prob ably in the fall Ray Kauffman executive sec retary of the Korean Bonus Board says preparations for pay ment of the bonus are being pushed as rapidly as possible A building for bonus board headquarters in Des Moiries has been leased and now is being re modeled and redecorated Kauff man says furniture and supplies can be moved in starting some time next week Meanwhile application forms are being printed and will be de livered some time during the sum mer KAUFFMAN SAYS these other sleps will be taken before the board is ready to receive bonus applications 1 Recruiting and training a staff of office workers About 50 will be needed 2 Training the personnel who will head the boards various de partments mailing auditing business etc 3 Holding a training school for representatives of veterans and service organizations who will help Korean veterans apply for the bonusThere are about 1500 local chapters of these organiza tions in Iowa and Kauffman says he hopes most of them will send someone to the training school 4 Distribution of application forms to the various county re corders offices for dissemina tion to veterans organizations and other groups AS SOON AS the forms are re ceived from the printers theyll be packaged and highway patrol men then will deliver them to the county seats The county record ers will pass them out to veter ans and service organizations Kauffman emphasized that it will speed up payment of the bonus if eligible veterans will make sure the application form is properly filled out Each appli cation form will be screened three times he said The screen ings will be designed to elimin ate duplications and spot impro perly filled out forms The faulty forms may have to be sent back for additional infor mation or correction and this will ford Pitched Battles in ebanon Continue Mrs Jerry Dean 20 West Havj arm and right leg She is an en Trailer Courts was in serious expectant mother machine bookkeeping condition in ParkHospital Satur day with injuries suffered in an auto crash in the early morning hours near Rockwell Cerro Gordo County Sheriff Jer ry Allen who investigated the ac cident said Mrs Dean received a skull fracture and a broken left delay payment Kauffman said And in any case he added forms receive precedence over faulty needed EARLYMORNING ACCIDENT The battered car top photo owned by Mr and Mrs Jerry Dean rests in a field just off Highway 65 near Rockwell and is in spected by Sheriff Jerry Allen The au to wound upagainst a pile of lumber bottpm photo after separating from a twowheel trailer foreground it was towing Auto Trailer Leave Road Mason Cify Woman In Her husband 20 also was a passenger in the car An iron worker for Walsh Johnson Con struction Co he received only minor injuries and was released from the hospital after treatment SHERIFF ALLEN said the ac cident happened about am Tumble Fatal to Rockford Youth 19 ROCKFORD George William Flessner 19 died Friday night St Marys Hospital Rochester where he had been taken follow ing a fall from a hay mow Flessner was working on the Emil Engels farm near Rock ford when the accident occurred Friday afternoon Born May 22 1939 he was the son of George and Anna Fless ner He was a graduate of the on Highway 65 at the west edge of Rockwell The Deans were driving to Grandview her home Allen said and were pulling a twowheel trailer carrying a dis assembled garage door Elmer Gibson and his wife Swaledale driving north on a fishing trip were witnesses to th accident They told the sherif that the Deans trailer suddenly went out of control and began t swerve across the road narrow ly missing them The car and trailer zigzagged down the road about 300 feet on of control the Gibsons said The car and trailer then left the roac and rolled and skidded anothe 165 feet THE CAR finally came fo a stop after running over a lumber pile on a farm operated by Ron ald Petersen Rockwell The trail er became detached and rolled another 35 feet beyond the car Both the Deans were thrown from the car before it stopped Rebels Testing Defense Obtained Arms Across Border BEIRUT A battle raged or more than 12 hours overnight n Tripoli between government and rebel forces insurgenl iources reported Saturday Dozens were killed and about 10 of theni by standers caught by stray bullets reports from the northern port city said Maan Kara mi brother of the northern rebel leader Raschic itarami said that it had been the most violent night for Tripol since the Lebanese crisis began 50 days ago Lebanese security forces were braced for new onslaughts after stopping four rebel attacks Fri day in the gravest challenge so far to President Camile Cha mouns proWestern government THE BATTLE in Tripoli began at 10 pm Friday night when armed men infiltrated close t security forces positions Karam said The shooting began to subsid Saturday morning but at noon the thunder of artillery still could be heard in thehills surroundih Tripoli Security forces reportedly usec heavy artillery frequently durin the battle It was the thir straight day of heavy lighting around Tripoli An army communique repori ed the attacks were put down Fri day with the help of jet planes artillery and armored of the armys biggest shows o strength during the sevenwee rebellion Heavy fighting brokeout in th u UIUIUUL 01 reuei cniei rme morning and again in the after Castro Three Cubans were killed AP Photofai SIGN MEANS WHAT IT SAYS Anxious parent living on Neeclham Place in Dubuque joined in posting this sign to warn drivers that there are indeed Jots of youngsters playing in the area Neighbors estimate there are 35 children on the oneblock street The sign was painted to look like a traffic sign to catch the eyes of motorists Goldfine Records Wanted Seek to Prove Fox Charges WASHINGTON W Rep John B Bennett RMich said Satur day he will insist that House in vestigators get all of Bernard jflldfines records to find jtlie ruth amid conflicting Statements tn the Sherman Adams contro versy vr Thats the one way corroborate all these things said Bennett after testi mony from Boston businessman John Fox about relationships be tween Goldfine millionaire Bos ton industrialist and IN FEW DAYS Cuban Rebels to Free Engineers HAVANA Cuba who kidnaped 10 U S and two Cana dian engineers from a mining camp told an American wife that the men would be treated well and released after a few days The Cuban government tried Saturday to get the men back U S Ambassador Earl E T Smith said he expects the men will be re leased fairly soon and unharmed The men were abducted from Moa on Cubas northeast tip Thursday night by 200 rebels who the U S State Department said were commanded by Raoul Casf tro brother of rebel chief Fidel noon in the capitals Basta Mos lem quarter Armored cars wiped out a rebel street barricade to claim one victory AT RASHEIYA in southern Leb anon the communique said an attack on the army garrison was driven off in a sharp exchange of gunfire Another attack at the north Lebanese port of Tripoli was stopped the army said after rebels advanced within 50 yards of army positions claim control of of this Middle The rebels threequarters Rockford High School Survivors are his parents three sisters JoAnne Feltz Ames Fannie Rover Floyd Eilene Kre ger Rockford and two brothers Henry and Arnold both of Rock Funeral services will be Mon day at 2 pm at the Zion Lu that are properly filled out will theran Church with the Rev J G Brinkmann officiating Burial ones Proof of discharge will be will be in Riverside Cemetery lowans who were in service becharge Weaver Funeral Home is in tween June 27 1950 and July 27 1953 are eligible for a bonus The rate is 31250 per month of overseas service and SlO a month Cor time served in the United States between those dates The DES MOINES UPI Mrs maximum payment any veteran1 Rose LaVonc Samuell 35 Des can receive is S500 Des Moines Woman Dies injuries MOVES DIES Noyes 77 a robust British writer who made a living on poetry died in a hospital Saturday on the Isle of Wight England Prob ably the best known poem was Kew in Lilac Time Another The Highwayman was made into a movie ones on the scene Mrs Dean was driving at the time of the accident Carrier Enterprise to Go on Scrap Heap NEW YORK W The famed aircraft carrier Enterprise known as the fightingest carrier iin the fleet during World War II has been auctioned off for scrap Apparent high bid was by Lipselt Inc a New York scrap metal firm The ship was credited with downing 9U enemy Mason Cify Partly cloudy andjpianes sinking 7i ships and dam warmei Saturday night withjaging 192 others low in lower 60s Sunday scat tered showers high in mid SOsj jlowa Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday night scattered show ers northwest low in 60s jn day partly cloudy with scat tered thundershowcrs oin me car Deiore ii stoppea iuo Petersen heard the crash rePublic which is small he and the Gibsons were the firster than Connecticut and say they Fidel Castro has been trying since December 1956 to over throw President Fulgencio Batis ta by attacks from the Sierra Maestra 100 miles southwest of Moa although his forces have not been very active since defeats in April Castro has accused the United States of helping Batista Mrs John Schissler wife of a kidnaped California engineer said a rebel leader told her the men were taken in reprisal for the al leged U S aid butthey would be well cared for and released in a few days Officials of the Moa Bay Mining Co reportedly went into the hills will keep fighting until Chamounjto dicker for release of he en quits The president whose term gineers The officials expressed The Weather expires in midSeptember has conceded the rebels dominate at least onequarter of Lebanon Chamoun has accused President Nassers United Arab Republic of sending in arms and men to aid the rebels A UN observer team established to investigate the charges said Thursday it had found some aid coming in from the UARs neighboring Syrian province EDUCATOR DIES LINCOLN Neb Dr Louise iPound 86 scholar author and jeducator died Saturday Accident Fatal to Keokuk Musician KEOKUK UPI Virginia Whiteside 50 Keokuk a wellj known musician in this area was killed instantly early Saturday when her station wagon collided with a meat truck from Waterloo Mrs Whiteside was returning from an engagement at Fort Mad ison when the collision occured about two miles norlh of here on US 218 The truck driver Arn old Ray Waterloo was hospita lized in fair condition JMoines died in Lutheran Hospital Friday night of injuries sheMinnesota Partly cloudy show received in a twocar crash here ers Wednesday Stalins Favorite Ballerina Caught Shoplifting in West GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum 79 Minimum 55 At 8 am 70 Chicago Woman Dies of Crash Injuries COUN7CIL BLUFFS W Mabel Townsenrt 55 Chicago who was injured in an auto accident on US 6 east of here June 17 died al a Council Bluffs hospital Sat urday BRUSSELS Lepes jinskaia once Stalins favorite ballerina was caught shoplift ing in a Brussels department store police said Saturday The star of the Bolshoi Ballet now appearing at the Brussels World Fair Miss Lepesjinskaia is ranked only behind Galla Ulanova Maya Plisetskaya among Moscows famous bal lerinas Police said she was stopped on leaving the store Friday by a store detective who had been tipped off by a customer She picadcrl to be allowed to attend ballet rehearsals but confidence that Castro would turn them loose when they pointed out that the incident was bad publi city in the United States The 12 men were loaded onto trucks and driven off under armed escort The rebels also took 19 trucks and jeeps and looted supplies of food and medi cine Women and children at the camp about two miles from the viilage of Moa on the norlh coast were not molested Mrs Burdick Now Wants to Return V to Ailing Husband WASHINGTON at tractive young wife of 79yearold Rep Usher Burdick RND de clared Friday she loves him and only 5 per cent wants to end their separation and highest Jean Rodgcrs Burdick 30 saidjbracket appli shc wants lo return to her to be rel lion then to the Palace of Justice for questioning Police said she finally admit ted takingan umbrella two pairs of gloves cluff links and sonic tape Unlike the celebrated case of a Soviet woman athlete con victed of shoplifting in London in 1956 this one seemed un likely to causp an international incident Store officials indicated they may not take any action three children President Eisenhowers top aide Foxs new testimony under oath drew more denials BENNETT a member ol the subcommittee checking relations between Gbldfine arid Adams spoke in an interview as the House group appeared to be m disagreement over whether to question Fox in secret when Fox returns to the witness stand Mon day Friday Fox who published the nowdefunct Boston Post quoted Goldmine had bought a ton house for Adams given checks to Adams regularly before Adams came here with Eisenhower in 1953 Falsehoods replied Presiden tial Press Secretary James C Hagarty on both counts Hagarty said Adams has rented two houses he has lived in since coming to Washington and that Goldfine never sent any checks to Adams A TtTLE SEARCH showed the house now occupied by Adams has been owned by Mrs Dorothy B Kerr since 1946 Late Friday Adams blasted as another malicious falsehood a statement by Fox that Goldfine once said in the presence of Adams and Fox that Adams is going to take care of some trou bles Goldfine was having with the Federal Trade Commission I deny it ever happened Adams said in a statement Subcommittee Chairman Oreo Harris DArk halted Fox Tight Shotgun Discharges ISC Student Killed AMES UPI Marvin Rohr danz 27 Ames was killed Satur day when the gun he apparentlj was cleaning went off Pplic said the 12gauge shotgun bias struck Rohrdanz in the heart Rohrdanz an Iowa State Col lege student in agronomy anc his family were preparing to move lo Kansas City and were packing Rohrdanz was eraduat xr viiiiu mrLj liaiieu J UJV LIVLIH cd from Newton High School He after the controversial witness was survived by his widow and got in his statements about the House and the checks INSIDE RUSSIA TODAY Income Tax Isnt a Major Problem mental answer is of course that the state owns and operates all the land industry transportation and means of production in the country was hustled off to a police staTiand as suon as they can unLlively few cit tangle legal red tape involvingjizens who have suits lheA filed against eachjby Soviet stand other a few weeks after theiriards compara marriage lively large in EDITORS NOTE This is one in a series of articles based on John Gunfhers new book In side Russia Today By JOHN GUNTHER One thing surprising to mines V r m s American and Western EuropeanSnT a Pa r l m e n l visitors to the buildings turn their revenues iover to the stale and the state I alone determines to what use these shall be put Moreover the proceeds of retail trade pour enormous sums into the coffers of the government The country jhas after 200 million custom ers and the total value of its do mestic trade is the equivalentof 120 billion dollars per year or more What all this means is in ef fect that the ordinary Soviet cit Soviet Union is that taxes are so 1 o w Basic income tax is GUNTHER izdh no matter how light his di rect taxes may he pays through the nostrils otherwise Any time l he buys anything in a shop the vo In f al exemptlons Thcgovernment makes a profit in vcr lowest income group comfact the marku on sold nricintr I love Usher and Im going comes is only 13 per cent More back lo him as soon as I can over those in the 13 per cent the congressmans former sccrejcatcgory are favored as a rule tary said Her decision to try to patch up the marriage came when she pnsmg men and women who earn nnt stars and was recovering from How then docs the Soviet The current Soviet budget h injuries m solitude at his home Union support itself The fundaiaround 560 billion rubles or ;

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