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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited toe GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION T H I NEW S r A I ft T M A T MAX IS ALL NORTH IOWANS VOL 97 Prtm Md PitUd InUnutlpnil full LMM 7e Copy I MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCTOBER 17 ThU it OM 7 85000 Hear at Cedar Debts of Probed Committee in Clash The Weather Mason City Fair with no large temperature chanjges Saturday Low Fritiay night low 30s High Saturday upper 60s owa Fair through Saturday Cooler extreme south Friday night ldwV3542 Warmer north west Saturday Five day will average 5 to 10 degrees above normal Saturday through next Wednesday Slow warm DBS MOINES was taken from a campaign fund for Gov Herschel Loveless in 1957 and 1958 to pay some busi ness debts of the Governor the Iowa Legislative Investigating Committee was told F or me r Democratic State Chairman Jake More said of the money went to Leo J Schu macher of Washington Iowa He said the other went to an other man whom he did not name Committee a r k McNeal said the other man was Roland Reko Des Moiries SCHUMACHER who now oper ates a surplus retail store at also testified before the committee All thepayments were made after Loveless waselected gov ernor m 1956 and had no bearing ori the electionthat year More said t v He has testified previously that the Loveless for Governor Cam paign continued after the election to receive and dis burse funds for various party purposes BOTH SCHUMACHER and the other person involved More ex plained contended Loveless owed them commissions on sales they madeforthe GencralEquipment dealing in parking meters and ottfermunicipal sup plies v He said Loveless denied owing the amounts the two men speci fied But More said he author ized payment out of the cam paignfund of the amount because he said it it to avoid law suits After Cores testimony a bat tle broke out between Democratic ajid Republican committee mem bers Rep Scott Swisher D Iowa City accused Rep Jack Milroy Vinton Republican of using the committees findings for smear purposes SWISHER CHARGED that the committee was originally formed to investigate election influ ences but now should be called a committee for influencing elec tions Sen Duane Dewel RAlgona said in reply to Swisher that there was a small degree of evidence in committee filesthat could perhapssubstantiate Mil roys charge Milroy in a statement answer ing an earlier one by Democratic State Chairman Donald S Nor berg Albia asking that Milroy resign because he was using the committee for political purposes said it is significant that they asked Duke to demand my resig nation Milroy added that Norberg is the only man in the LovclessHof ing trend through Sunday Turn ing cooler about Monday or Tuesday Normal highs 59 north to 63 south Normal lows in up per 30s Little or no precipita tion is indicated Minnesota Continued pleasant High Saturday 75 weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 70 Minimum 33 At8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 58 37 All Eyes on the President Contest Takes Back Seat By CHUCK WALK GlobeGazette Editor CEDAR RAPIDSThe National Cornpicking Contest took a back seat to President DwightD Ei senhower Friday as an estimated 85000 persons stood beneath cloudless skies to hear hisad dress at this 10th annual event Most of them had never seen him ia person before The effect of his appearance on the crowd was tremendous 70 nighway patrolmen to gether with many special deputy sheriffs from Linn County were needed to keep the crowd in check as the President walked beside one of the corhpickers entered in the contest MOST OF THE people fortun ate enough to grab a glimpse of the President as he strolled past thought he looked in excellent health Mrs Denny Neal Mount Ver non said We couldnt get too good a glimpse but he sure looked good Ive never seen him in per son before I think hes better looking than on TV Art Sever a farmer near Mar tell e agreed with Mrs 7 Neal about the Presidents looks He added that he looked healthy enough from where we were standing Almps t L everyone this reporter talked not f oVsee JPhotofax LOVELESS GREET AP Photo fax Iowas Democratic governor Herschel wlieli Loveless arioV his wife were the first to plane ex greet President andMrs Eisenhower tended the official to the state ONE THOUGHT IN MIND AIR One of the prison ers who rioted at the Denver Colo County Jail presses his face against an unbreakable glass panel in a cell house door and shows how it feels to inhale tear gas Tear Gas Ends Riot in Jail at Denver DENVER UP Seventy prisoners at least one of them a con fessed murderer made a desperate butvain bid to escape from the Denver County jail late Thursday v Mpre than 100 officers armed with sufamachineguns riot shot guns tear gas and football helmets quelled the uprising in little more than two hours Four guards suffered cuts andbruises None were believed seriouslyinjuredThe prisoners were uninjured and suffered only fromxheavy doses of tear gas The end came when the last of some 25 prisoners who had holed up in a penthouse jails maximum block appar t However one c wasmofe impressed hy te ap pearance of Sen John Kennedy That was Carmella Maley a junior at Media nicsville High School who said her big interest was to see that good lookingsenator from Boston THE PRESIDENT appeared in fine humor as he talked about thecontest with Sen Bourke Hickenlooper and Chuck Worces ter Cedar Rapids acting as co ordinator for the contest At one time the President ex pressed concern about the amount of corn left on the ground by the mechanical pickers Wor cester explained that the farm ers usually go through the field and pick up by hand sifter their pickers are through LUMIR DOSTAL on whose CEDAR RAPIDS Mrs 2TeenAgers Killed Near Pleasantville retreated through the same small hole they had cut to gain faFarrell hierarchy with hands clean SWISHER OBJECTED because he said this implied unsavory associations around Loveless Swisher continued that he had not seen anything in Ihe commit tee files which would indicate such associations PLEASANTVILLE Two teenagers were killed and six others were injured Thursday night when two cars collided headon on a straight stretch of highway about8 miles south of here Two of the injured were in critical condition The victims were Janice Pav lik of near Russell and Kenneth Brewer Millcrton both 19 AutoTruck Crash Takes Second Life BLUE EARTH Minn farm the contest was held told the President the field where the contest was going on will aver age about 100 bushels per acr This brought a remark about the tremendous advances that have entrance during the riots early confusion The men who took refuge in he brick enclosure housing the Jails airconditioning system and hose vhq stubbornly held out n the cell block were a shout ng howling mass of humanity They protested what they termed guards Guardsdiscoveredthe hole in he cell block ceiling leading to the penthouse shortly after the riot broke As darkness closed in Fire Department spotlights showered the small structure with daylight brilliance and stream of tear gas shells was fired into the penthouse When more tear gas was poured into the cell block be becn made in agriculture While walking back from the contest site the President passed a fire engine placed there for safety reasons He turned to Wil liam Murray Iowas Republican gubernatorial candidate and jok He then said that if the insinujThe flaming crash of a gasolinellow he last desperate face dis truckand a passenger car east ofjaPPearcd from he window AI itions are false then the com mittee is being used for smear purposes State Sen Thomas J Dailey DBurlington said he shared Swishers opinion and added that he felt the statement by Milroy was unwarranted and unfortu nate since he Dailey is seek ing public office on the same ticket with Loveless Dailey is running for Congress in the 1st District against Repub lican incumbent Fred Schwengel Davenport After a few more exchanges the committee retired lo an ex ecutive session closed to the press STRIKE ON Airlines suspended operations Fri day after operating most flights ior 24 hours following a strike byj mechanics here Wednesday claimed its sec ond victim Friday She was Mrs Myron Ewart Minnesota Lakes a passenger in the car Her hus band remains in critical condi tion Robert Wolf Spring Valley was killed when ploded avenues of possible escape hac vanished Stillness reigned The cell block was wrecked Windows brooms and brushes were battered Lithograph by Wood Presented to Ike CEDAR RAPIDS Eisenhower was presented with a an Tigly inquired We arent going 0 burn the corn are we Mur ay quipped back No thats there for the Democrats The President also talked with newsmen and photographers as they followed him around the con test site While Worcester ex plained the 2row picker the Pres ident turned to the photographers and said Weveseen enough of your machines Lets look at these WE LIKE IKE and Wei come Ike signs were not the only political signs in evidence as the President spoke One sign read Faubus for President It vas being carried by Stanley Bak er a shoe salesman from Water oo Baker said he favored the Arkansas governor for office be cause he abides by what the ma jority of people want He added he is opposed to integration al though it is alright in the North There arent that many Negroes here he said While the President was the big Dwight Eisenhower returned Fri day to the public school she had attended as a kindergaftner in 1903 Her visit made the diamond an niversary program of Jackson School a grand affair all agreed All along the route from Cedar Rapids Municipal Airport to the school throngs lined the street to jet a view of the Iowaborn Firs Lady AT THE SCHOOL itself al pupils were lined up outside and only Mrs the re porters and cameramen accprh panying her and school organiza tion officials were allowed inside At the school two present kin dergarten pupils Douglas Bar and Sandra Sue Welsh pinned tw orchids on the blouse of the dis tinguished visitor On the table inside the building was a model of the school i Hotter Thin it I I Helmn Lqs Angeles hotter than Hell here Thursday Hell isa usually simmering desert community about 175 miles east of here The high temperature in Hell was mere 97 In Lot Angeles it was 104 hottest Oct 16 on record cake Very beautiful said Mrs lisenhower of the cake The program brief Mrs lisenhower signed the 75th anni versary register her name lead ng all She was presented with a school pennant a booklet giving the history of the school This is not the first time Ive registered in this school she said IN TURN the Presidents wife presented the school with an en larged black and white photo graph of herself and the kinder garten class of 1903 It was in WhileHouse picture frame golc and black in color Mrs Eisen hower said she had had the en largement made from a picture in her scrap book and through i would be nice for the school t have a print for the anniversary In the kindergarten room Mrs Eisenhower commented Thi is not like it was when I wa before All they had was Everything now is 4 SHe had attended the school as child when her family resided h Cedar7 Rapids and her father lie late John SDoud was en gaged in the packing business here Gets 25 Years on e of Murder 1st Stop on Trip to West Cedar Rapids Plays Host FROM OXIE WIRE SERVICES CEDAR Ei senhower opened a 5300mile po litical campaign tour Friday with a speech in an Iowa corn field and reminded the farmers to count their3 blessings1 under his Republican administration The chief executive spoke at the ational corn picking contest on le 80acre farm ofLumir Dostal 0 miles from Cedar Rapids A rowd of several thousand watched the Presidents big plane and in Cedar Rapids where he witchedtoa helicopter for a di ect hop to the contest site j Sheriff James Linn estimated he crowd at the contest which sprawled over 300 acresat being n the neighborhood of 85000 EISENHOWER disclaimed poli tics in his brief speech But the manner in which he praised the agricultural record of the GOP made this more than a giveem hell visit Instead of coming out and say ing farm belt conditions are at ributable to GOP policies the President said it was a matter of freedom r Our farmersshould free to make decisions and to use free markets flect the wishes of producers and consumers he said Due large ly to these practices farm prices are Generally thosejprices higher now than FbRTt DODGE W Donald J 39s Calelnder was sen tenced Friday by Judge Paul E Hellwege to 25 years in tie Fort Madison State Peniten iary for second degree murder of his father Carl I Klinger 62 ast May 31 Klinger was con victed by last Sept 24 for the shotgun slaying at the Donald Klingerhome near Callender The elder Klinger had resident of Callender Cardinal Constantini Succumbs at 82 VATICAN CITY Itf Celso Cardinal Constantini 82yearold chancellor of the Roman Catho supports were lastnn ized net farm income is up 20 per cent over last year capitafarm Income is the highest ever Gross farm income too will set a new record this year AFTER PRESENTING this ap praisal of the farm situation speakingfrom anopenstand in bright sunny 75degree weather the President said there was a negative side of the picture which he was attempting to change Farmers still havesome seri ous difficulties including costprice squeeze he said we are making real Then came the message that was unmistakable in political overtones Then above all I am grateful that j ou are still running the farms and havent turned the job over to the federal govern ment The basis of GOP criticism of Democratic farm policy over the years has been that the Demo erals stood for farreaching gov ernment controls over agriculture The President and Mrs Eisen lic Church died Friday The death of the longailing Italian left only 54 living members of the College of Cardinals It is nor mally composed of 70 cardinals Grant Wood lithograph of Iowa scene upon his arrival hereshcvof the contcst thousands also Friday ispent some time wandering Gov Herschel Loveless in a around the 40 acres of commercial letter accompanying the gift said the picture has some of the rich and educational exhibits These included several millions of dol human quality that has won youjiars worth of farm equipment jlhc personal affection of lowansj jof aii parlies and creeds The scene entitled December After GARFIELD DIES CLEVELAND hower were Cedar Rapids by Gov Herschel Love less of Iowa and Mrs Loveless WE TALKED about the weath er and I told them we were py to have them in Iowa said Loveless a Democrat v ThePresident marked up an other first by traveling from the airport to the corn picking contestby helicopter It was the first Jtnie a president had ar rived for a political speech by On stepping from the helicopter at the corn picking contest Eisen hower was welcomed by GOP Sen Bourke B Hickenlooper of Iowa and by the states Republi can nominee for governor Wil liam G Murray professor of ec onomics at Iowa State College Only an hour or so before Ei senhower spoke the crowd heard Sen John F Kennedy regarded as an aspirant for the Democratic presidential nomina tion call on Eisenhower to recon cile his previous speeches with his and the Republican Partys performance KENNEDY PREDICTED mJSl farmers will protest at the polls ut tt1 dgctinai 116 vctueu an tuOik 5AME 5J3 lf trxri I si by Secretary of Agriculture Ben son to preach disunity and divi city against country east a g a i n s t west neighbor against neighbor PicgnViTuier and Kennedy Garj REACHES CONTEST SITE President bird brought him from the Cedar Rapids jbrFefiyin a corn field before the jnoon was completed by lowasjfield ss last surviving child Eisenhower arrow steps from a heli airport to the site of the National Corn jprcsjdcni spoke They shook imost famous arUsta few monthsPresident James Abram GarficFd copter on his arrival at the Lumir postal Picking contest where he made an in hands and chatted a moment in photoav lo ibefore he died in Idied Thursday j farm near Cedar Rapids The whirlyr formal address and ate a box lunch a friendly manner and then Et   

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