Mason City Globe Gazette, July 8, 1958

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Daily Newspaper Edited for tlw iTY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N I WSF AP ER T H AT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWAMS N E 1 G H O R 5 HOME EDITION 11 VOL LXIV Associated Press and United International Full Lease MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY JULY 8 19M This Paper Consists ef Two AP PRESIDENTS PARTY President Eisenhower with oax his wife Secretary of State and Mrs John Foster Dulles early Tuesday to leave for an official state visit to and staff members walk to his plane in Washington Canada fr Aid Battle Begins in Senate WASHINGTON WVTlie admin istration told Congress Tuesday that unless it restores a House cut of in money for overseas economic development loans the United States could lose the cold war by default Under Secretary of Slate C Douglas Dillon suggested in ef fect that Congress might con sider scrapping the fund entirely if it refuses the 625 million dollars President Eisenhower asked for the Development Loan Fund This reduction raises a ques tion not merely as to the scale of Fund operations he told the Senate Appropriations Committee but as to whether there should be a fund at all It would deprivethe any real prospect of achieving the purpose which Congress intended the fund to Dillon spoke at a closed ses sion of the committee as the administration opened itsfight to restore total cuts of the House made below authorized spending previously approved by Congress in the recentlyenacted foreign aid bill That authorization bill set ceil iiower and Secretary of State Dultional friendship between the two irv4i WVSAIUI UOH WvHY Utll ILiC I YVU 10 LUU 111 U L 1L HlUlltlCvi IV oa Y J1U les arrived by air Tuesday for a great North American nations to the Soviet Union and to declin fencemending visit In conferences with Canadian to negotiate with the Soviets The Presidents plarie the ColPrime Minister John Diefen umbine III landed at am baker who invited him to make after a twohour flight from the trip Eisenhower will explore Canada Greets Ike Series of FenceMen ding Talks Set OTTAWA Eisenhave been disturbing the tradicomplain that the United State Washington Top Canadian officials were on sues hand to greet the presidential party which included Mrs Eisen hower and Mrs Dulles The Presidents threeday stay north of the border is aimed at smoothing out irritations which 2 Narcotics Arrests Start Crackdown NEW YORK Genovese reputed head of the Mafia was arrested Monday night by Treas ury Department narcotics agents Aiso seized asthe government began a major crackdown on un derworld bigshotswas Vincent L Gigante a lowerechelon hood lum acquitted last May of Ihe at irig for foreign aid The pending tempted murder of rackets king bill will provide the actual mon The aim is closer understand ing and some assurance that no insurmountabletroubles divide the two nations There hasbeen a growing re sentment in Canada against the United States and its a feeling that the neighbor to the south ignores Canadian problems or treats them in a casual off hand manner There have been some rum blings in the United States that Canada is shirking on providing manpower defense Many Canadians for their part committee made public ey The Dillons opening statement As the appropriations commit tee began hearings on the money bill Senate Democrats divided on the question of whether to over ride the house cuts Eisenhower has contended that the Housewas taking reckless Tuesday pin Frank Costello Genovese and Gigante were ar rested on the basis of a sealed federal grand jury indictment charging a narcotics conspiracy US Ally Paul W Williams in announcing the arrests said the identities of others named in the indictment would become known when the indictment was opened risks with American security in reducing the bill substantially be low the he originally asked in new foreign aid money to be at or near the top of the ago economic and international is 1035 New Industrial Jobs in Iowa DBS MOINES UPI Indus trial growth in Iowa during the first six months of 1958 created 1035 new job possibilities Ed B Storey Iowa Development Com mission director said Tuesday Storey said there were 34ma jor industrial developments in Iowa from Jan 1 to June 30 In cluded were 10 new branch plants 12 newly organized or home grown industries two in Genovese has long been known dustries which moved into Iowa from neighboring states and ex Mafia the worldwide syndicate pansion program by 10 Iowa man spawned in Sicily many years ufacturers for the jobs added by is too mucn inclined to say no Mainly Canada is concernei about economic issues It worrie a bit about its trade deficit will the United States heavy Ameri can investments dominating nu merous Canadian industries im port limits on Canadian oil US sales of wheat abroad th American boycott on trade wit RedChina and the threat o higher tariffs on zinc and lead In the United States the North west is disturbed over a poss bility of Canadian diversion o Columbia River waters Eisenhower will stay Ihre d ay s in the Canadian capita Secretary State Dulles and h Canadian counterpart Sidney E Smith will sit in on at least pa of the talks So will other off cials Testify Mob Got Control of Unions Freed J S Airmen i Were Shot Down WASHINGTON If T h e US Air Force said Tuesday two Rus sian jet fighters shot down the American transport plane which crashlanded jn Soviet Armenia June 27 Five of the nine airmen para chuted Four others rode the turning plane to the crash land ng The Air Force said the red The Weather Mason City Occasional showers or thunderstorm Tuesday night low in lower 60s Occasional thundershowers Wedn e s d a y forenoon high 7276 turning cooler by Iowa Scattered showers and thunderstorms in northwest Tuesday night and across the state Wednesday A little warnv er over state Tuesday night and in southeast Wednesday Turn ing cooler northwest Wednes day Lows Tuesday night 5866 highs Wednesday 70 northwest to lower 80s cloudy a little cooler Thursday Minnesota Scattered showers thunderstorms mostly south and central Tuesday night and in east and south Wednesday Low Tuesday night 5060 Highs Wednesday 7080 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum 74 Minimum 52 At8 a nr 58 Precipitation 02 fighters made another firing at tack on the crippled transport as it was heading in for its land ing The nine men were released by Russian authorities to American officials Monday returning to their home station at Teheran The Air Force in Wiesbaden announcedthe men were suffer ing from extreme fatigue and postponed a news conference with themruntil Wednesday THE SOVIET VERSION of the incident was that the USAF transportwas compelled to land after it had flown into Soviet ter n the ground Tuesdays Air Force announce ment said the American fliers eported they were intercepted y the MIGs and set afire at Farm Boy Shot Killed by Sister AKRON Iowa UPI A 12 yearold rural Akron boy died seconds after he was shot Mon day night with a 12gauge shot gun reportedly held by his 16 yearold sister The victim was David Mook who was shot by his sister Nor ma S H Luken LeMars Plym outh County coroner said The shooting reportedly fol owed a family argumentbetween David and another sister INDIANS SHOT BILLINGS Mont Black feet Indians have been stricken by polio during the past week andIndian Health Service off cials fearful of an epidemic or dered a mass vaccination cam paign itory and that the plane burned iOOO feet A combination of extensive himderstorms instrument flight onditions and unreported high vinds had caused inadverten xossing of the Soviet frontier he statement said THE BURNING PLANE ex iloded on the ground the Air said The four crew mem 3ers who rode it down were able o reach safety All members of the crew are uffering from extreme fatigue and exhaustion the Air Force In addition Airman Peter ST Sabo suffered seconddegree urns Steals 3 Bases Hauls Them Home Base stealing is common in baseball but a sixyearold Charles City youngster Mon day did it literally by loading up first second and third bases in his little express wag on and taking them home with him The bases had been tagged down on Comet Field earlier in the day in preparationfor the Charles CityNew Hamp ton Junior Legion game Mon day night However Policeman Harold Kristiansen recovered the bases in time for the game Northwood Royalty Crowned Governor Speaks at Centennial the new manufacturing concern and expanded industries w i 1 come to about 4 million dollars a year putting an additional 300000 a month into the cash registers of Iowa businesses and trades Storey said Twentytwo Iowa ing new industries towns gain so far this RIDING IN Beaudoin takes pride in his motorcycle and believes in making his passengers com fortable when riding with him Mrs Harry Barnes tries out the sidecar equipped with an umbrella for sunny and rainy days before taking part in the Jubilee Week at Portsmouth NH By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Farm Editor than 5000 persons were on hand at North wood Monday evening to help celebrate the final days activi ties of that towns centennial Featured on the centennial pro gram were an hourlong parade a talk by Iowa Gov Herschel Loveless crowning of the cen tennial king and queen crown ing of the Viking queen and a centennial dance More than 100 units took part in the parade including bands from 13 North Iowa and Southern Min nesota towns One of the high lights of the parade was the ap pearance of the Austin Minn Drum and Bugle Corps OTHER BANDS taking part in the parade were Northwood Emmons Minn Grafton Kies ter Minn Lake Mills Plym outh Rock Falls St Ansgar Thompson Kensett Fertile anc Hanlontown Loveless told the gathering fol lowing the parade that people would be aghast if they seriously looked back over the accomplish ments of the past 100 years but would be equally aghast if we could look into the future Dr Fisher was elected at the Il is sometimes Love annual meeting of the synod atllcss saicl That the individual no Iowa State College Tuesday afterlonger matters in this pushbut noon He was nominated by theton world I seriously doubt that Rev Luther P Powell of Storm wc or our children will ever see Lake The Rev Gayiord M that timcTnere must always be Couchman president of the UniSomc fngcr lo push the button ivcrsity of Dubuque seconded the and some brain to derive the nomination equations in this scientific world The next 100 years will take year were Britt Carroll Charles City Clarinda Corning Davenport Denison Des Moines Forest City Guttenberg Lawton Madrid Manning Man son Mason City Muscatine New Hampton Oskaloosa Ottumwa Roland Storm Lake and Water loo Presbyterian Post to Storm Laker AMES newly elected moderator of the Presbyterian Synod of Iowa is Dr John A i Fisher president of Buena Vista College at Storm Lake more individual effort will have to be shown then was in the re cent primary election when only 10 per cent of the eligible voters went to the polls In praising Northwood resi dentson their fine centennial ef fort Loveless said Iowas bright economic spot in the nation has been brought about by the intern al strength of the communities making up the state Acting as master of ceremonies for the evenings activities was Lawrence Plummer Northwood attorney who gave a brief sum mary of the notable firsts in Northwood history Also on the program was a welcoming ad dress by Dr B M Austin North woods mayor NAMED CENTENNIAL king and queen were Mrs C H Dwelle and John M Slosson Dwelle is a descendant of one of the first Nortbwoodsettlers while Slosson was born in Northwood in October of 1876 and has served asv city clerk mayor and representative Eileen Deppe 18 Rock Falls was named Viking queen over 12 other contestants from towns with bands in the parade She was introduced by Ken Kew KGLOTV news director and crowned by Judy Anderson Thompson last years Viking queen MAY SMITH and Sarah Kjer land both 87 were honored as being the oldest living Northwooc residents Miss Kjerland taught school in Northwood for over 3 years while Mrs Smith has livec her entire life in Northwood ex cept for six months during which time she lived in South Dakota Entertainment for the evening program was provided by the Worth County Rural Womens Chorus and a group of Northwood Girl Scouts doing Norwegian folk songs A special community award was given to Lloyd T Diilon for outstanding civic service Dillon has been a resident of North wood for nearly 60 years and while high school band instructor produced three national cham pions Texan Ta kes Stand 1 Senate Body in Hearing WASHINGTON Rack ets probers heard testimony Tues day that the old Caporie mob has taken over Chi cago labor unions but that only failure and murder resulted in a mobster attemptto move in oh Texas The grim story came in testi mony from Lt George Butler of the Dallas Tex police and Virgil W Peterson operating director of the Chicago Crime Commission Peterson told of a feeling of helplessness by rank and file union members in racketsbossed unions The testimony kicked off a new et of hearings in which the Spe cial Senate Committee is investir ating Chicagos racketsharried industry and alleged irooked labor union dealings THE HEARING is part of an quiryiri which the attempting to show a widescalei effort by gangsters under direc ion of the Mafia Black Hand mob o infiltrate labor and industries cross the nation i Peterson linked with Capons mobsters the names of James Blakely secretarytreasurer and John Lardino a business a gentof Local 593 of thtfHotel and Res taurant Workers Union in Chi cago Ho said such an association has been clear since a 1940 police raid on the locals headquarters rounded up Blakely Lardino and Danny Stantoh a notorious Ca pone gangster and a power in a number of unions who was slain in gang in 1943 Chairman John L McClellan DArk lined up bigtime gang LEBANON BLAST BEIRUT Lebanon A rebel incendiary bomb wrecked Beiruts leading 5 and 10 cent just as much individual courage as the past 100 years LOVELESS CONTINUED by store Tuesday killing or woundi saying that in order to meet the ing at least 30 persons challenges of the next 100 years on the side of the car announces that the Northwood Chamher of Commerce favors in the Northwood centennial parade Monday evening Vi a wide turn to avoid a car which lost a the paving of Highway 105 east from wheel in the middle of the parade route The musicians eye the slanting wheel as they pass the disabled vehicle The sign town The accident occurred on a paved portion of the highway through town sters the operators of some plush Chicago dining spots and labor union officials as major wit nesses WITH THIS new set of hearings the committee seeks to portray in detail what it chargedin last weeks preliminary that a highly organized criminal syndicate under discipline of the Mafia Black Hand mob is ng dangerous power over legiti mate industries and labor unions from coast to coast There will be testimony about the still unsolved 1947 slaying of Nick De John a Chicago racke teer who had moved into Dallas and San Francisco allegedly fi nanced by loans from the syn dicate De Johns body was found ia Ihe trunkof his car parked in a San Francisco residential area He had been garroted with wire allegedly because he failed to pay back his loans The committee also is turning its spotlight on a mys of the missing Green lease ransom money COMMITTEE COUNSEL Rob ert F Kennedy has confirmed a report by the St Louis Globe Democrat Monday that a number of St Louisans who figured ia the sensational kidnap murder case during its missing money phase have been subpoenaed to appear before the committee The is part of that 6yearold Bobby Green leases parents Mr and Mrs Robert Greenlease of Kansas City paid kidnapers Carl Aus tin Hall and Bonnie Brown Heady in 1953 The other half was re covered Kennedy said committee inves tigators havedeveloped informa tion that some union officials might know something about the money But he said no more PAINTER DIES HANOVER N H Maxim Kopf 65 internationally known painter and sculptor and husband of columnist Dorothy Thompson died Monday after suffering a coronary thrombosis i A 1 ;

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