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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fee ITYLOBE VOL LXIV Associated PieM United Preu International Full Lease WUer THE N E WS PAPER TH AT M AKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S N E I 0 H I 0 S Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 11 1951 HOME EDITION Paper Consists tt Two No 2M ontempt Charge Against Goldfine ENDS CANADIAN VISIT President Eisenhower ending a threeday visit to Canada says goodbye to Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker at Uplands Air Station Ottawa Friday With the AP Photofax Prime Minister isMrs Diefenbaker The President flew to Messena NY to in spect parts of the St Lawrence Seaway project Expansion Job Finished at Lehiqh Pltint V W B 1 The expansion proj ect at the Mason City plant of the Lehigh Portland Cement Co is completed The WalshJohnson Construction Co Davenport Fri day moved off the job which it began in April 1956 Joseph S Young Allentown Pa president of the Lehigh Portland Cement Co was in Mason City Thursday and Fri day to inspect the completed project It has increased pro duction capacity at thelocal plant from two million barrels a year to three million Young said That production increase has been accomplished said George W Hannaman local plant man ager with the addition of 25 pro duction workers Total payroll now he said is 315 workers Nider president and genera manager of the Northwestern States Portland Cement Co ONE HUGE KILN is re sponsible for the millionbarrel ayear increase Young pointed The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and little cooler Friday night Most ly sunny and mild Saturday High Saturday lower 70s Low Friday night lower 50s Iowa Partly cloudy cooler ex cept extreme southeast Friday night Mostly sunny continued mild Saturday Highs Saturday in the 70s Lows Friday night In the 50s except lower 60s ex treme southeast Further out cloudy and mild Sunday Minnesota Partly cloudy through Saturday cooler north Low Friday night 5262 High Satur day 7282 Iowa Fiveday Forecast Temper atures will average 2 to 10 de grees below normal Friday night through next Wednesday out It is 400 feet long and 11V2 feet in diameter Lehigh recently installed 475 by 12 foot kiln in Miami Young added which is he largest piece of moving ma chinery in American industry t is the only one larger than that in Mason City Expectations of increased fu ture production at the Mason City plant are shown by the construe tion of the present addition The roof covering the new kiln slopes one way from a peak to one sidei of the machinery Young pointed1 out that an addition of equal sizej could be built on the other side of the peak to house another kiln SUCH AN EXPANSION might come in comparatively few years he indicated stating that he ex pects the increased demand for cement for the interstate high way system to reach a peak in this territory about I960 This midwestern area has not felt the recession which hit the northeastern states hard said the industrialist Demand for cement in industrial New England is down 18 per cent this year In this area a slight increase over 1957 is expected Nationwide Young said the demand is ex pected to be about the same as last year Obviously proud of the rebuilt Mason City plant the head of the Lehigh chain of plants pointed out its modern features Its machinery is the most mod ern obtainable he said noting particularly the control board with its many lights blinking in formation to the three workmen who stood in front of it home of Gen Hanford Mac County Vote Set on Oil Co Building The county board of supervisors riday announced they have en ered into a contract to purchase heStandard Oil Building at 109 rd NW for use as a courthouse The purchase price of the build ng and adjoining property is i59400 The contract by its terms is ubject to the approval of the oters of the county A special Dallot will be submitted to the voters at the general election Nov 4 the supervisors have de cided If the proposal is turned down y the voters the contract will be nullified without expense to the county The supervisors said they en ered into the contract after re ceiving a petition signed by 1500 county residents requesting such a step and after several weeks of negotiation with the Standard Oil o THE BOARD now intends to en ge an architect to draw up plans for the remodeling needed to turn the building into a suitable courthouse These plans and the Senate Approves Hbegh Nomination WASHINGTON Senate Friday approved the nomination of Leo A Hoegh former gover nor of Iowa as director of the combined Defense and Civilian Mobilization July i Hoegh headed the separate Of fice of Civilian Defense which then was merged with the Office of Defense Mobilization SHIP SALVAGE DARWIN Australia UP The submerged wreckage of the US destroyer Peary and three troop ships sunk by Japanese bomber in 1942 has been sold to a Japa nese salvage company proposed cost will be announced as soon as they are completed hairman J C Dickinson added The building formerly housed Standard Oils district adminis rative offices It has been va ant since last fall when the com pany removed the last of its per sonnel from Mason City under an administrative consolidation plan Built in 1937 the building is oi teel and concrete pillar anc uearn construction The building has some 4000 feet more floor pace not including its basement than the present courthouse The building was first con sidered as a possible new court house last April when the super visors arranged for a formal pub lie inspection A number of Ma son City attorneys realtors and other businessmen joined the Doard in the tour J J H O F M E I S T E R Des Moines real estate representative of Standard Oil Co also accorn panied the group on the tour anc has since handled the purchase negotiations Erection of a new courthouse has been proposed several times the past 25 years District Court judges and grant jurors have repeatedly pointec out that present valut facilities provide slight protection for val uable records The county jail hai also been condemned as unfit for prisoners The most recent statemento conditions in the courthouse and county jail was delivered in a grand jury report April 3H termed both the courthouse anc jail as inadequate and urged the board of supervisors to explore the possibility of acquiring the Standard Oil Building SEVEN KILLED HANNIBAL Mo UPI Seven ipersons four of them children were killed Friday in a collision of a car and tractortrailer in driving rain storm AP Photofax GETS SUBPOENA Bernard Goldfine holds up the subpoena served on him Friday by the specialHarris Subcommittee The paper was served Boston in dustrialist as he showed up for the fifthday of testi mony Iowa City Man Dies in Collision IOWA CITY UPI Ronald Schillig 22 Iowa City was killed early Friday when the car he was driving crashed headon into a semitrailer truck about six miles west of here Authorities said the two ve hicles met at about the middle of the road The car rolled over several times andlanded 6nits top Jane Kelly Iowa City a pas senger in the automobile was in jured and was in fair condition at a hospital here The driver of the truck Ralph Pace Musca tine was not injured GUNMEN KILL THREE PARIS UPI Three French men in a cafe were shot to death by Algerian nationalists Thurs day night Urge Nomination of Algona Attorney for Supreme Court EMMETSBURG at the 14th Judicial District con vention here Thursday urged Don afa C Hutchison Algona atto ney to seek Republican nomin tion for the Iowa Supreme Cour Hutchison is associated in la practise with his brother vTneo dore Hickenlopper Will Keynote Convention DES MOINES UPI Bourke B Hickenlooper RIowa will keynote the 1958 Republican State Convention here next Fri day it was announced Friday William G Murray of AmesRe publican gubernatorial nominee also will deliver a principal ad dress at the session But No Lego I Action Still Refuses to Answer Posse Captures Child Slayer A XT i m tkT DR C E FRILEY Dr Friley Former ISC Head Dies REGINA N M Mex ico State Police Friday wounded and captured a bearded recluse who Thursday slew two children Police identified the captured man as Norman Foose 47 They said he once spent six months in fan Idaho mental hospital Six officers led by Sgt Milton Matteson of Santa Fe closed in on the hermits camp at dawn I told him to corns out and AMES Dr Charles E Friley 70 presidentemeritus of Iowa State College died early Friday at his home here He had been ill about six weeks Dr Friley was named presi dent of the school March 17 1936 and held the post for 17 years until he reached the mandatory ABOUT SIX FEET tall and retirement age of 65 in July 1953 throw down his gun Matteson said He came out in the road with his hands up but with the rifle still with him T told him again to throw down the gun and fired a warning shot into the bank He didnt and one of the officers shot him in the foot REGINA is a tiny hamlet in the mountains of Sandoval County about 100 miles north of Albu querque About 100 men surrounded the camp where Foose Thursday night shot and wounded Sam Hill one of the posse members The man had shot and killed two children on the street of Cuba N M andwounded the mother of one of them The bald bearded Foose chat ted calmly with four sweating of He was Iowa States ninth presi dent Dr Friley first came tothej college in 1932 as dean of the science division He was namedl balding the middle aged in dustrialist spoke rapidly but pleasantly of the industrys con dition and prospects throughout the United States wvvvj uiviaiuu JC1C vvdb ImiTlca 0f course were bullish about vice president in 1935 and be the future he smiled Thats why this plant was enlarged He was cordial and unhur with greatest departure in east ed with the photographer and him on his way Young spent the night at Indianhead the to 8 am Friday Maximum Jlinimum At 8 am Precipitation 77 52 60 13 portion Normal highs in upper reporter even though a 80s Normal lows 62 to 66 No significant daily temperature changes are expected Rainfall average about onehalf inch to one inch in occasional peri ods of thundershowers through out the period GlobeGazette weather data up plane POWDER BURNS came head of the school the fol lowing year succeeding Dr R M Hughes Dr Friley was bornin Rustonj La and as a student attended Sam Houston Teachers College and Baylor University in Texas He received a bachelor of scij ence degree from Texas A Mj and a masters degree from Co WHAT Surber tumbia University in New YorkJ 12 What Cheer recently sufferedJHe did further graduate work at severe burns when he and his I the University of Chicago friends found some gun powder and lighted it with a match He was standing near it and was burned about the left side of his face and head One of his sisters beat out the fire preventing more serious injury Before coming to Iowa State in 1932 he was on the staff of Texas A M for 20 years From 1912 to 1924 he was registrar at that school and was dean of the school of arts and sciences from 1924 to 1932 AP Photofax SLAYING SCENE Cowboyhatted New Mexico State Policeman Joe Ortega ing cases Maria Cebada 12 was shot measures jeep tracks at the scene of a down as she stood where the rear wheels bizarre shooting which claimed the life of the car are shown Pete Cebada 13 of a boy and a girl at Cuba NM The kill was sitting on the porch of the Cebada ers car was parked between the two pack store background when he was slain ficers who were carrying him down the mountainside What were all you fellers do ing out there Foose asked We were looking for you I didnt know what was going on Foose said I wondered what all you fellows were doing out there How does it feel to be shot an officer asked IT HURTS Foose said Well the officer said there are two people that dont hurt any more Foose had been prospecting for uranium in the area for about six months The slayer left his camp about noon Thursday and drove to he mountain town of Cuba a farm ing village of less than 500 about 75 miles northwest of Albuquer que Driving up in front of a groc ery store he stopped and leveled his deer rifle across the car win dow I thought he was just bringing his rifle in to pawn it said Wei don Vernon clerk in the grocery store Then he fired I ran out and the little girl was laying there Then he shot a little boy and off as if he werent in too much of a hurry The dead girl was Maria Ce bada 12 The softnosed 3006 slug passed through her back and raked a flesh wound across the stomach of her mother Mrs Sofia Cebada Eddie Cebada 13 nephew of the slain girl was sit jting 45 feet away on the porch of his familys store The second i bullet struck him in the right hip and severed an artery He was dead on arrival at an Albuquer que hospital CYPRIOT BOMBS NICOSIA Cyprus UP Two bombs exploded in central Nico sia Friday after six persons were killed in violence between Greek and Turkish Cypriots over this British islands future WASHINGTON UPtCounsel for House investigators Friday tac cused Bernard Goldfine of con empt after the Boston industrial st refused to answer 23 questions about his financial affairs The questions had been special y drawn up to prepare the way for possible contempt action Robert W Lishman lawyer for he subcommittee checking Gold fines dealings with presidential assistant Sherman Adams and federal agencies charged that Goldfine was in contempt The charge was not immediate ly acted on But the subcommit tee headed by Rep Oren Hariris DArk had taken toward citing Goldfine for not answering questions which they said were pertinent to their inquiry The subcommittee recessed at pm without takingany ac tion on contempt Goldfine was called back for further testimony at 10 am Tuesday GOLDFINE was served with a subpoena as he entered the hear ing Friday The subpoena was issued to off set doubts that a witness appeal ing voluntarily could be cited for contempt The subpoena was just for Gold fine to appear It didnot call on him to bring records A separate subpoena for records was served on his bookkeeperMiss Mildred Papefman Harris said iGoldfines feast Boston Co a holding had gone for eight yearswithout filing reports required by the Securities and Exchange Commission Next Harris had the subcom mittee counsel W Lish man read a specific question about a withdrawal he al leged Goldfine made from a sub sidiary of the company Goldfine declined to question Thursday saying it was not per tinent to the investigation MR LISHMAN Goldfine firmly replied Friday I respect fully decline to answer because the matter is not relevant Goldfine said the questionwent into his own business affairs rath er than the matter of regulatory agencies And furthermore he said the subject is under judicial inquiry Harris asked if Goldfine con sidered Lishmana question not pertinent Yes sir I do Goldfine said Harris ruled the question was ia deed relevant to the inquiry Therefore I direct you to an swer Mr Goldfine Harris said Mr Chairman Goldfine per sisted I decline to answer for the reasons given before A DEPUTY MARSHALL slipped the subpoena into the hand of the 67yearold Boston industrialist as he walked into the room The paper fell to the floor and Gold fine walked right on to the wit ness stand But Atty Samuel Sears said Goldfine giftgiving friend of presidential aide Sherman Ad wasnt rejecting the sub poena at all Sure hes served Sears said He didnt know what it was and it dropped on the floor Sears said Goldfine did not mean to show disrespect I didnt throw it on the floor Goldfine said HARRIS AIMED a shaft at the White House where Adams has acknowledged seeking information on Goldfine cases before federal regulatory agencies but insisted he did nothing to influence the agencies Harris said testimony indicates that in many important respects the Securities and Exchange Commission is not an independ ent regulatory agency Earlier in the inquiry the com mittee announced Goldfine paid worth of hotel bills for his friend Adams between De cember 1953 and last May a jump over the previously disclosed total   

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