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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 9, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                Daily Newspaper THI NIWSPAMR THAT VOL LXIV Pnw utf PMW 7e MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANJ M I I N I 0 ft t MASON CITY IOWA WlDMitOAY JULY HOME EDITION IKE HONORS CANADIAN WAR DEAD PresidentEisenhower places a wreath at the Canadian War Memorialin the heart of Ottawa Wednesday as the first C f I official duty on the second day of his visit ment AP Photofax to Cahada From the War Memorial the President went across the street to speak before members of the Canadian Parlia nces By ft CORNELL OTTAWA A President Ei fenhower told Canadas Parlia ment Wednesday that differences between the two neighbor nations can be solved and must not be allowed to overshadow the trans cendentimportance of free world cooperation in the winning of the global struggle against commu nism We stand together at a pivotal point in history Eisenhower told a warmly applauding Parliament He was interrupted 10 times dur ing his speech by members ap plause and the traditional desk thumping All that we Canadians and Americans and those who went before us have built all that we believe in is challanged as it has never been challenged before The new horizons of competition range from the polar areas and extend to the infinity of outer space In conciliatory terms the Presi dent got down to specific points of wheat exports American restrictions on oil im ports Canadas trade imbalance with the United States and the heavy flow of American invest ment capital to Canada THERE iS NO CAUSE to be surprised or disturbed Eisen hower said to discover that dif ferences occasionally arise be tween the two nations But said such differences tan be talked out in friendship The setting for the presidential address was the great oak and chamber of the House of Commons in towering Parliamen spot which has re sounded more and more with crit icism of the United States and its policies In awareness of such criticism Eisenhower came to the Canadiar capital Tuesday to attempt to strengthen ties of f r i e h d s hi p which have been slipping Eisenhower was introduced by Prime Minister John G Diefen baker with whom he is consult ing on problems affecting the two nations The President made no mention in his address of apossible new channel for cooperation in the realm of defense through crea lion of joint CanadianAmerican Cabinet Committee on Defense THE TWO LEADERS convassed in tentative fashion the idea o setting up such a committee in the first of their official talks Tuesday Details and decisions were reserved for later talks Turning to matters which he said are troublesome between us the President said that in dis posing of surplus wheat overseas the United States has no intent t damage normal commercial mar kets and he thinks we have been generally successful in this MAN KILLED DENISON Archie Lee Williams 40 Julesburg Colo was killed Wednesday when his sugarloaded truck plunged of the Boyer River bridge here anc dropped 15 feet into the shallow stream The Weather City Partly cloudy and cooler1 Wednesday night Partly cloudy Thursday Low Wednes day night upper 50s High Thursday around 80 Partly cloudy through Thursday Scattered showers and thunderstorms east and south Wednesday night and possibly again Thursday after noon extreme south Not much temperature change except cooler northwest Wednesday night High Thursday 7585 Low Wednesdaynight 5565 Further outlook Mostly cloudy scat tered showers and cool Friday Fiveday Fwccut Temper atures will average 3 to 6 de grees below normal Wednes day night through next Monday witk only minor daily changes Normal highs in the upper 80s Normal lows in the lower 60s Rainfall will average onehalf to one inch in occasional show ers and thunderstorms during the period Minnesota Mostly cloudy Wed nesday night Thursday partly cloudy Continued cool Low Wednesday night 5060 High Thursday in 70s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am Precipitation YEAR AGO 76 57 71 19 Maximum Minimum 83 Canadians have contended that the disposal program has cut into their commercial markets over stands to benefit from US re moval of surplus farm products Tuesday into overseas consumption Canada ning to around one billion dollars a year want to buy them owup DBS MOINES Iowa Board of Regents plans toask for the backing of the Iowa Republi can Party in its drive for a long range building program at the three statesupported colleges it was learned Wednesday The Regents outlined their re quest for support in a letter to GOP Party Chairman meyer Clinton this week The threestage resolution which the Regentshope to have the Repuhh licans adopt will be presented orally this weekend Regent officials probably present the program in fore the GOPpreconyention res olutions committee which will meet here Saturday and Sunday THE PROPOSAL called for the regular resolutions committee picked when the delegates to the state convention arrive here David Dancer iejcretaryof the Board of Regents said in his let ter to i the regents would like to present and am plify the major issues of wide spread public concern regarding the future of the states college THE FUTURE OF IOWA is dependent on trained and com petent leaders at aUY levels if the state is to maintain andim prove its present position among other states Dancer said He said the number of young lowans who will qualify for a coir lege education will double with in the years immediately Opportunity for highereducation ks GOP backing of the Regents plan will be foreclosed for to 1 Boost salaries to college teachers to attract and hold competent teaching and research personnel 2 Ask for immediate direct state appropriations large enough to meet current critical needs for college buildings 3 Inaugurate a longrange plan for financing educational build ings at the stateschools About 15 other special groups were expected to present t h err drafts of proposed5 resolutions for action by the state convention which will meet here July 18 The eightman preconvention resolutions committee will sift thej various proposals and then ture over its recommendations to many youngsters unless these institutions sire provided with increased support the building needs in these in stitutions are great and urgent Daiicer said He saidaq per cent of Jthe classroom and laboratory space at Iowa Staje College the University of Iowa and Iowa State Teachers College was tempo rary obsolete orf hazardous Earlier the Regents advocated a million longrange building program for the next 10 years LAND WAR CURITIBA Brazil Military police patrolled western Parana State Wednesday in an attempt to maintain order be tween battling landholders and squatters that the head of the city police labor detail proposed that he Efforts Continue to Save Man Trapped in Canyon ANTONITO Colo seas But Eisenhower said he conteams moved Wednesday along siders the basis for past objecroutes above andbelow a man tions by Canada has been largely on a narrow shelf of rock removed and the doors of conwhere be has been stuck for five sultation will be kept fully open days on this must nev One group at the base of eav a final word between ernous Conejos Canyon found the the Past the wheat program has heights above them turned back helicopter rescue at dusk The body was identified by res n u y res mnp fn y l 1ew Mexico Garver and John Sanders 35 Eisenhower observed that Albuquerque were returning American goods flow across the from a fisning trip when they ap border only because Canadian Parently fell from a perilous IL mountain trail five daysago The man on the ledge 600 feet from the bottom of thecanyon has identified himself as Sanders to members of the rescue team Don Bewley 22 scraniiiled down a lowered rope to Sanders side Tuesday He gave the trapped man the first food and water he had had in four days Bewley volunteered to join the marooned man despite the dan ger of jagged rocks sawing into the rope which supported him Rescue groups had written off an attempt to reach the man from above because of the dan ger of starting loose rock a cascade of Stalled by the precipitous can yon walls rescuers called on an Army helicopter from Ft Car son Colo The shelf where the one man base of the canyon AP GQLDFINE AT HEARING Bernard Goldfine confers with Samuel Sears one of his lawyers Wednes day as he sits at the witness table of the House Sub committee on Legislative Oversight At the start of the hearing Goldfine agreed to supply House investigators some of the financial records demanded of hinV v questioning in the committee A Chicago ressearch for evidence of a nation taurant operator told the Senate wide underworld plot to muscle Rackets Committee Wednesday in on labor and industry 4U IXVMJ the restaurateur Harold Schwimmer said the suggestion came from supervising Capt George R Barnes who told him the police could not help me in any way The committee it questioning the Chicago restaurant owners about possible shakedowns am collusion in dealings with labor unions Schwimmer took the stand after former Chicago union official refused to tell the investigators anything about his reported links with the under world He invoked the Fifth Amendment The committee heard testimony Tuesday that Frank The Enforc er Nitti an overlord of Chicago crime forced Romano into the labor movement as boss of the downtown Chicago Bartenders Union Local 278 to serve as a righthand man for the mob Romano wearing dark glasses refused to tell the committee even where he was born I decline to answer on the grounds that it may tend to in cago Restaurant Teitelbaum onetime lawyer for thexCapone family subsequent became the coun sel for the association The committee headed by Sen John L McClellan DArk voiced curiosity about Teitelbaums rea sons for hiring Romano as tht restaurant associations labor ex pert after a state court had ousted Romano and placed Local 278 in receivership TEITELBAUM was witness in a House investigation of tax scandals in the Truman administration and now lives in Hollywood Calif Romano thi committee said lives in Miami As the hearings got under way Donald Strang owner of a Niles 111 restaurant testified that Illi nois state police told him they could no nothing about union vio lence at his restaurant because they had been called off by the governors office has been trapped since Friday criminate me he said angle from the canyon will Be e lu4 low is 600foot free fall to the testifying as the leadoff base itness in the second day of AHO NO LAWYER BODY FROM CANYON A pack train returns the body of William E Garver 38 The body was found lodged in a crevice near the floor of Gonejos Canyon in southern Colorado fell to his death last other men remain trapped on a narrow shelf of rock jutting out over the canyon Also scheduled to be questioned a major He said this was in June 1952 during the administration of Adlai Stevenson but he said he didnt know who in the governors office gave the order In Chicago his statement drew quick denials from Thomas ODonnell who was state police superintendent that year and arl McGowan who was Steven sons administrative assistant AND STEVENSON enroute to he Soviet Union for a tour said Wednesday No such orders were ever issued by the gover nors office He added Thats all I have to say Strang who runs three restau rants in Cleveland and one in Wes outside Chicago said his roubles were with Local 450 of he Restaurant Workers Union hen run by mobster Claude Mad dox now dead Strang said he had defied the unions demands that he secretly force his employes to join He said he learned later that the ocal without consulting either lim or the employes enrolled hem on its books as dues paying members And he said he learned that a fee he had paid to Teitel aum for helping in the negotia wns actually was used to pay dues fc DATEW7MJ Goldfine Under Fife Says Adams His Guest WASHINGTON House in vestigators accused B e r n a r d oldfine Wednesday of balking at their inquiry into worth hiscompanies uncashed checks Goldfine shouted he would answer only what was pertin ent The blowup over the checks some of them uncashedforyears marked Goldf ines return for un der oath questioning this after noon after a comparatively morning session The subcommittee headed by Rep Oren Harris DArk checking into relations between Goldfine and his friend Sherman Adams President Eisenhowers top aide tb sett whether Goldfine got favored fed ejral treatment PRODUCED a Hatch of treasurers and certified checks and photostatic copies He identified the checks but refused tosay what they were usedfor or let the subcommittee keep the photostats It was developed during vtna forenoon sessionthat Goldfine en tertained a group of business as sociates at New Yorks Waldorf Astoria Hotel in 1954 when Slier man Adams was also his guest there Goldfine who was in with the Federal TradeCommis sion at the time swore that Ad ams did not come to New York by prearrangement to meet with him and his business associates He said Adams his close friend and No 1 aide to President Eisen hower just happened to be in New York and accepted his hos pitality at the hotel X i The Boston textile man was un der questioning by the special House subcommittee exploring the kind of treatment he hasreceived from federal regulatory agencies and the question of whether the agencies have been influenced by his friendship with Adams BOTH GOLDFINE and Adams have denied there was ever any attempt at influence or that Gold fine got preferredtreatment In explanation of a bill he got from the Waldorf Astoria 3art of it for entertaining Adams oldfine told the House group I had invited about seven or eight people that I do business with they were not in political ife They were my guests and ov Adams and his wife hap pened to be in New York and I invited them to be my guests for inner Goldfine Boston millionaire tex le man showed up on time for he 10 am hearing He had had n extra day to rest up with post renement of Tuesdays hearings The delay was granted on a lea that the 67yearold Goldfine yas exhausted by such weekend xcitement as the exposure of an ttempt by a committee staff in estigator to listen in on hotel oom conversations of Goldfine ides and the reported theft o ome of Goldfines papers AT THE OUTSET Goldfine and is attorney Roger Robb agreed lat some records demanded by hairman Oren Harris would be upplied Harris ako asked the Boston in ustrialist to tell about 33 names ie subcommittee put in the pub c record last week The subcommittee said the list icluded persons who were in flute House and Capitol Hill of ces Goldfine said he sent checks o these people at Christmas time Subcommittee Counsel Robert ishman launched the questioning y asking about charges brought y the Federal Trade Commission lat Goldfine mills had mislabeled he fiber contents of fabrics When Goldfine said his son Max new more about that than he did iarris agreed to let Max testify Giving his full name as Horace laxwell Goldfine the son was worn as a witness Max 36 a hort compact man identified imself as the wool buyer for Goldfine mills and saidhe also handled the direction of the   

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