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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 11, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ioi MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANJ NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Asioclateo Presj and United tnternillonal full 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY DECEMBER 11 Paper CnniUU of Four Monitors Charges Upheld Ruling Hits Teamsters WASHINGTON WVA U S Dis trict Court judge Thursday ori dered the Teamsters Union to comply with reform orders ofi courtappointed monitors The union was barred from holding a scheduled March new convention next TQ GREET VISITORS A bitf welcome is ill store for Judge F Dickinson Letts upheld entering Iowa on the main highways This is complaints of a twoman majority a motlel of liew greeting signs that are being installed of the three monitors that the union under President James R Hoffa had failed ot comply in good faith with reform recom mendations Hoffa had nothing to say imme diately on the ruling He is in Miami for meetings of the Team sters Executive Board JUDGE LETTS noting that tht monitors are officers of the court and subject to the courts super vision said they have all powers reasonably necessary to bring about a cleanup of the union soon by the Iowa Development Commission at 21 loca tions leading into the state Cold Headache Easy to TakeEspecially After Million Jury Award in Wednesdays earthjar ring explosion The two dyna miters are believed lo have shared the fate of their victims Detectives said the ap parently was touched off by Ralph Mu Her M and Peter Kamenoff 12 both of Joshua Tree Calif Tape recordings made by the pair the night before the dyna miling indicated they were angry al the leader of the Krishna Vcnta and wanted lo bring him lo officers said THE TAPES an hourlong re cital of grievances against FRESNO Calif W Charles C Binklcy 73 woke up Thursda Krishna and the cull also were Bombing Linked to 2 Men Both Died in Blast AT NEW HAMPTON Peris House in aze CHATS WORTH Calif 1ape recordings discovered neai he dynamited wreckage of the fountain of the World monastery oint to two former cult mem ers as the bombers police say Nine persons possibly 10 were stairs bedroom NHW HAMPTON Elizabeth Brown 90 and her son Wilbur are believed lo have died of suffocation in a fire which demolished their small frame house here Wednesday nighl The fire was discovered about and Ihe fire department called They discovered Mrs Browns body alter about an hour in u down Not Cutting Himself In WASHINGTON itfThe The cause of the fire has mil been determined Jvcllt a11 oul Thursday to insist that Vice President Nixon is being consulted on administra torch when they arrived and if was impossible then lo enter it to look for occupanls President Defends Nixon She had been an invalid The body of Hie son was found in he base ment but not until several hours later The fire department was slill al the scene Thursday morning as Ihc remains of the house were sliil smouldering Firemen said the house was burning like a but it is thought it may have started from one of several stoves with which the house was healed In spite of Hie intensity of Hie fire the bodies Had not been burned loading to lite belief that the victims suffocated ralher than died of burns officials said Brown am mother lived alone Sur vivors are not known al this time Funeral arrangements are pending at lie Icrry Chapel New Hampton The Teamsters are obliged a cold a headache and a million dollars comply with such orders of rec How rfoes jt feej ommendation by the monitors described as farewell messages detectives believe the men Not much different replied the twinkleeyed blew themselves up and in good faith cooperate wilhhaircd liule man havent secn the money inn m nn fiiA the he Venla a barefooted selfstyled A Superior Court jury deliberated 3V hours Wednesday of his flock and two T nn f v J I f Letts an 83yearold former Rethen awardcd Binklcy half a lcfl by a publican congressman from Iowa rejected a contention that the role of the monitors is merely ad visory in these words The court does not subscribe to the view that the duties and privileges of themonitors are merely LETTS SAID in his 12page memorandum opinion that the Teamsters without the knowledge and consent or approval of the courtappointed monitors had is sued a call for a convention in the early part of March 1959 He ordered Hoffa and the Team sters to cancel all plans for the scheduled special session Hoffa frankly arranged to seek to end the monitorship Nora Springs Sewage Plant Approved NORA SPRINGS A sewage treatment plant for Nora Springs has been approved by the Iowa Department of Health 11 has been certified to the Pub lic Health Service for a federal I GIVING DAYS LEFT grant not to exceed 30 per cent of the total cost The Nora Springs plant allow ance is within the allotment of the Iowa health department said Dr D W Butts mayor of Nora Springs Approval under the Federal Water Polution Control Act in the past has been a for mality after stale approval The plant will be built at the southeast corner of Nora near the Shell Rock River said Dr Butts on about six acres of land being acquired S fl Wallace and Holland Mason f S City engineers have been in structed to prepare final plans as quickly as possible The engi neers estimates call for a treatment plant plus interceptor he had ever heard of jefore about three years ago 750 soe 250 FUND KEIORTKD West Circle From A Women nf the MLS mi City Pressmen and Assistants Union No 290 United Home Bank Employes A Friend Elk Creek Ruth Circle Kensett Elk Creek Rachel Circle Ken sett Friendly Blrlhdij Club From Mnreen Ann and Jo children were killed in the ex plosion One and perhaps two other bodies have also been re Cora Nidever died in isssicovcrcd The violent explosion at the age of 85 She left an es tate of but no will was ever found BINKLEY a retired glass blow er from Montpelicr first heard of Mrs Nidever when he was shown a clipping in an Indi ana newspaper and the fire that followed made identification nearly impossible Mullor and Kamenoff were seen in an argument with Venta about an hour before the blast Details of the quarrel were not known The tape recordings were found in Mullers pickup truck parked He began what he calls a little near he1 cults 29acrc colony in Box Canyon about 30 miles north investigation that check of Civil War pension files Then he announced h i s father a Union Army veteran named Joseph Binklcy had the father of Mrs Nidever said his fath marricd An na Miller Lew included a I THE DAYS TOTALS S TOTAL TO DATE S is in Indiana in BINKLEY 1880 after leaving Mrs Nidevers mother Hester Binkley in 1878 Eight nieces and nephews of Mrs Nidever contested Binkleys claim but the jury was unanimous in determining his right lo half the fortune west of Los Angeles AFTER LISTENING fo them officers pieced together this story Muller and Kamenoff left their desert home in Joshua Tree about 115 miles east of Los Ange les picked up 20 sticks of dyna milc and electric primers and drove lo the cult area They registered at a motel in nearby Tarzana set up their re corder and taped their last words They said they wanted to bring Krishna Venta to what they termed said Undersher iff B B Cummings of Ventura County Whether they meant re ligious or otherwise I wouldnt attempt to say AMOUNT STILL NEEDEn Must Step Up Tempo of Giving NONCOMMITTAL before the 11 judgment was announced Binkley was still silent about his fiscal plans Ive lived in the same house in Montpelier for he said and theres no reason to rriove now I dont need any clothes I really dont have any plans I dont expect to change my mode of There have been plenty of sug gestions on how he might spend LIC money Tve had 50 or 50 of already Everything from business opportunities to propo SHOPPING DAYS LEFT TMAS SIALS A WALK IN THE SNOW James Cole Oswogo N and children stroll alonjr the snowclogged main of A Photulax his hometown More lhm 70 inches of the white stuff has fallen on the city since Saturday some in sewers and pumping stations to cost Engineer Ralph Wallace said contracts couldbe let early in 1959 I showed CL CriSG 4 11 LI L on el V i r i sals of marriage but it is evident from the figures above that the con tribution rate will have to be stepped up if the goal Iowa Widow Admits Embezzling KEOKUK lift A 50yearold widow who is seriously ill in a hospital here has signed a state ment admitting she embezzled from Ihc Kcokuk Water Department which she served for 20 years as chief cScrk Mary Kull through her attorney Har old Martin pleaded guilly Wed nesday before District Judge J R Leary HOOVER HONORED NEW YORK Former Presi dent Herbert Hoover was honored 7 PRICE Two Chicago Men Purchase KSMN Sale of Radio Station KSMN in Mason City to two Midwestern radio personalities was announced Thursday by Charles V War ren president of Land oCorn Broadcasters Inc Don Red Blanchard and Harry Campbell Chicago have pur chased the interests of Mr and Mrs Warren in Land oCorn Broadcasters owners and operators of the clear channel Mason Citv station lion policy lo be outlined in the Presidents Stato of the Union I message A flurry of statements by presi dential press secretary James C jllajierty followed a conference Nixon had Wednesday nighl with Hlircc Cabinet members Gen William P Rogers Secre tary of Labor James P Mitchell and Secretary of Welfare Arthur S Hemming met first at Nixons office in the Capitol then adjourned lo a restaurant The conference led lo reports that Nixon was moving to cut himself in on Ihe preparation of Ihc Slate of the Union message csident Eisenhower will deliv er to Congress next month Nixon was said lo feel lhal the message may have a direct hearing on his prospects for winning tho Re publican presidential nomination in HAGERTY took exception jan Associated Press slory saying j Nixon had cut himself Hag crly said this implied that Nix ons views hnd not been sought lie said nothing could be fur llier from the Hagcrly later called reporters to a second news conference and said lie had talked lo both Eisen hower and Nixon aboul Ihe storys implications They both said nothing could be further from Ihe Ha gcrly stated HE QUOTED Eisenhower that since this ridiculous point has raised it might be of intcr j cst lo make it known that Ihe j Presidents chief speech writer 71 Malcolm Moos conferred for an Y j hour with Nixon regarding the Stale of Ihe Union message A f i r r I In National Security Council meeting Nixon stayer i behind and discussed Ihc forth coming message with Eisenhower I for half an hour Hagerly said Hagcrly said Nixon reported Ihnl he and the three Cabinet members discussed the 1959 leg islative program in general terms hut reached no conclu sions Nixons conference with Ihe Cabinet members was significant for this reason The men with whom Nixon met jre the Eisenhower ndvisers most active in the fields of civil itic and Historical Societies of the Christmas Cheer Fund is to be reached REPORTS are coming in from stores industrial plants and or ganizations that collections arc being taken for the Christmas in owa with an official rcp Chcer Fund You can help get rescntalivc in the annual Rose the matter started in your group We have found that this is a Miss Iowa Will Represent Both Forest City State at Pasadena FOREST North Towa city will be the only one Bowl parade New Years Day loannc MacDonald the 1058 in the state the 20yearold Tows State College junior will be present at many of the din ners banquets and ceremonial occasions which mark he cause that brings happy donors Miss Iowa and nmncrup in the from people in all walks of life national Miss America compe No gift is too large or too small tition will grace the official i to become a part of this effort lo Iowa float in the parade Mason CitvConsiderable cloudi bring the happiness of Chrislmasi thrmigh lhc of SlhS Sffrf t0 the of Modernistic Industries of Iowa tered light snow Thursday night c T Friday Locally colderb Servicc Inc The funds will be administered and the Forest City Develop ment Committee MISS MacDONALD early in November agreed to be the of Thursday night High Friday 10 AN EXAMPLE of group giving to 15 Low Thursday night zero is the contribution from to 8 below the employes of the United Home ficial representative of Forest I M stlv cloud pBank and Trust listed above City and of Modernistic Indus j j It will be noted that gifts also tries of Iowa al the Rose Bowl hire Schanee from two cnurc circles in festivities Miss Iowas scrv and Friday iSv Thursday1KenS6lt and from other ices were placcd thc dis niahf in nnrthoacf 9ft cnnti zatlons and individuals posal of the Iowa Development night 10 northeast to 20 south Bring of send Commission knowing that its es I budggt was limited and in ap preciation of the Iowa official float i Miss Iowa will have the place 1 of honor aboard thc Iowa float in the parade In fact she will be the only person riding on Ihe 33 Vinton died in University float which depicts The New Hospitals Wednesday of burns I o w W h e r e Factory and suffered in a traffic accident Parm Share north of Vinton Nov 21 As Ihe reigning beauty queen Minnesota Continued cold cloudy Highs Friday zero to 15 above GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Thursday Maximum 13 Minimum 3 Al 8 3 Precipitation trace of snow GlobeGazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa INJURIES FATAL IOWA CITY Byam Wednesday for outstanding serv The purchase price was announced at and transfer of ice in advancing the American control is subject to approval by wny nf The award n the Federal Communications smill bronze statuette of a MinCommission ulc Man was given lo Hoover BOTH BLANCHARD and CampJ nre radio veterans widely known to radio audiences through out the midwest headlincrs on Station Chicago Blanchard is the star of the National Barn Dance and own shows Camp bell is an announcer and WLS farm editor with lop audience rat ings among rural anil urban listeners Rolh Blancharrl and Campbell plan to move Iheir families lo Ma son ily ns soon as housing can be arranged No changes arc planned in slafion personnel Fol Boor will remain as manager Warren said Tournament of Roses festivi ties Under the arrangements worked out by Elliot Cooper a director of Modernistic Indus tries of Iowa and of ihc Forest City Development Commitler and Ed Storey director of the Iowa Development Commis BLANCHARD is married and has three children He is a mem sion Miss MacDonald is being bcr of Lions Club the Moose placed al the disposal of the JL o d g e Am vets Masons and state commission between Dec Shrine Campbell also is married 26 and Jan 4 and has two daughters He was born April 17 1911 on a farm near Walkcrton Ind Land oCorn Broadcasters j i u nas owned and operated KSMN partv leaves and untd the time f r V jfor abotit Jhrcc years KSMN cov ers 28 Iowa and R Minnesota coun lies and has studios in Mason COOPER will have super vision of her activities between the time Ihc official advance JOANNE MacDONALD I1 of their return The official Iowa group will include Miss MacDonald and her chaperone plus Cooper and Storey They will leave Des Moines Dec 26 and fly to Chicago to board a nonslop airliner for the West Coast Modernistic Industries of Iowa manufacturers of AIjo trailers was the first of six industries lolocate in For est City during 1058 Two hun dred and eight Forest Cilyans invested a lolal of in the company which is headed by C T McCreary Gardens Calif Hampton and Clear Lake SAME DON RED BLANCHARD rights labor health and wel fare Those arc fields in which sonic tokens of Republican pro grcssivism could be imprinted upon the Presidents message Seawolf to Get New Power Plant During YearLong Overhaul WASHINGTON crew ot the nuclear submarine Seawolf established a record by staying submerged two months will be dispersed and the indi ividuals assigned to other sub marines within the next two months when the submarine is withdrawn from service for in istallation of a new power plant The 20milliondollar job will require from 11 to 13 months A few of the officers and men iin her crew may be in the new crew formed when the Seawolf is sometime in 19GO I Leakage in part of the heat ex jchangc equipment of the present jiiquidvjiodiiim reactor resulted in ithc Seawolf operating at only 80 ipcr cent of maximum power The Navy decided to replace the so dium reactor with the standard i pressurized water system used in nuclear submarines HARRY CAMPBELL We Need a News Correspondent in KENSETT Do You Have a for News Do You Like to If interested please get in touch with State Editor GlobeGazette We will send you all details   

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