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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 14, 1957, Cedar Rapids, IowaThi land of Opportunity More and More poor win top jobs Parade Magazine feature Eastern Iowa features Independence Vinton Anamosa Waukon turn to Section 2 weather Iowa partly co indy Sun Day ind s u n d a y no the. Slightly cooler Touth son Day. Highs 84-94. Low Sun Day night s5-75. Monday partly c l o u d scattered Showen West. Volume 75number 186 cloy final 15 cents Cedar rapids. Iowa. Sunday july 14. ,1957. Associated press United press International news head of Bakers Union accused Mundt asks rights Bill Compromise Dakota senator would remove some Teeth from measure. By Jack Bell. Washington a sen Ator Mundt . Joined senator Russell a a sat urday in a bipartisan move to take some of the enforcement Teeth out of the administration s civil rights Bill. With supporters of the Meas ure lighting a g a i n s t com Promise moves m u n d t announced he will offer a substitute which would delete enforce ment authority for civil rights other than those involved in voting. Previously Russell commander of the Bill s opponents had offered a series of amendments. One of these would strike out part Iii of the Bill. Fears troop use. It authorizes the attorney Gen eral to bring civil suits co pre vent infringement or threatened infringement of civil rights in general. He could seek injunctions in Federal court and any one violating the injunction could be fined or jailed for con tempt without jury trial. Russell has contended this por Tion of the measure is aimed at enforcing the supreme court s school desegregation opinion and at bringing about integration in the South. He has said it makes possible the use of troops to reach these objectives. Jury trial amendment. Mundt told a reporter his sub-1 statute proposal is designed to place before the Senate a Meas i ure the southerners can t vote for but one with which they can in addition to striking out part Iii Mundt said his substitute would incorporate a so called jury trial amendment offered previously by senator o Mahoney a Wyo. This would provide for jury trials in Federal court contempt cases where the facts Are in dispute. Mundt also moved to Cut Down the authority of a proposed six m e m b e r Reece hurls new charge at oregonian Washington up rep. B Carroll r e e c e a Tenn re o p e n e d his feud with Hep Charles o. Porter Dore Satur Day with a Public complaint tha Porter Hook a woman employee 9 the Library of Congress with him a travelling companion on two trips to latin America. Reece one time chairman o the Republican National commit tee inserted his charge in the congressional record. Porter and the woman s Library of Congress supervisor angrily denied recce s insinuations although they confirmed that she 3id accompany the congressman in an official capacity As exper researcher and translator. Latin american expert. Mrs. Hosta Bennett the Only latin american expert in the Library s legislative reference Bureau made the trips to Costa Rica and Columbia. No govern ment funds were spent. X director Ernest s. Griffith of he reference Bureau said it was Ommon practice for congressmen 0 Call on the Bureau for expend advisers and assistants and that mrs. Bennett was assigned Anc served in this official role. Tru Tuo dispute. Reece and Porter have been ending Over Porter s opposition b the Trujillo government of the dominican Republic. The Oregon congressman wants the United states to Cut off foreign Aid from any latin american dictator iip.�. Reece accused Porter of waging Campa Ign of revolution against the governments of the dominican Republic Venezuela Anama Colombia Cuba and Nicaragua. I am at a loss to understand Why this woman travels in the company of anyone engaged in supporting revolution against the governments of Friendly Allied neighbouring countries r e e c e Aid. Porter retorted t h a t recce s barges showed the Lack of any arguments with Merit against utting off Aid to latin american1 Chat worships. Penniless russian widow 77, Happy to arrive in . New York a a 77 ear old russian widow arrived Lere by plane saturday Penni Ess and All but devoid of any worldly possessions but a to investigate Aud report on Civi rights developments. Would curb Power. His substitute would give commission subpoena Power Only in cases involving voting rights it would a limited otherwise t hearing voluntary witnesses ii Public hearings and to Makin recommendations to state Legisla lures Congress and the presiden Laws providing Fuller Protection of civil rights. Russell also moved to make the appointment of a staff director o the proposed civil rights commis Sion subject to Senate Confirma Tion. He sought to bar use by the commission of unpaid Volunteer investigators. He said reformer continued on Page 6, col. 8. Sunday s Index Section i. . Gait let late news Cut Ball notes ,. ,. Drolte Moe deaths editorials co str in sural Arti in Cedar rapids. Wait Inchon icon Dirani. Section ii. Lewa Newt you and Iowa television tabloid servicemen s Roundup political notes Faith Finane j Section Iii. Social a and the torn Nei books movies Revord reviews Section in. Snorts outdoor Iowa Marlon want ads crossword Pard Maryiln. 6, 8 1--Io ii it was of wonderful dream just about to come True for mrs. Hanna Fainstein of Bessarabia a Section of the russian Ukraine. For 11 Long years she had sought a passport and exit permit from the soviet government. Finally she got them and set out by plane As quickly As she could now she will achieve one of her remaining ambitions reunion with a son she has t seen for 37 years. He is Joseph Fine of Culver City calif., a machinist who left Russia 37 years ago to come to America. Now 55, he has four children and seven grandchildren. Through an interpreter at Idle wild Airport she told the Story of her efforts to cume to this coun try. She related that another son was killed while serving in the russian army during world War ii and her husband died in a German air raid. The Silver haired Bright eyed Itoman told newsmen As she wailed to Board another plane for of Angeles i Haven t got a Kopec. I spent everything on the arrangements for the trip. But i know that my son will consider me his now she said i m going to stay and learn a new and with a twinkle in her eyes lie add i the first thing i want to Dos learn English is i can speak to my shrinking nest egg cik7. Camp Good health 10.00 10.00 previously reported $4,683.96 in memory of Kate Terry Loomis and Laura Dea con Fletcher by . In Honor of Mother d w. Lent a Friend . Of John hubs methodist Church. From f r i e n d s of Nell Pfaff in memory of her son it. Col. Thornton Pfaff a Friend in memory of mrs. Roy Marine flame throwers to d e s t r o y marijuana Chicago a two . Narine corps flame thrower units nil destroy a four acre Field of marijuana m o n d a the Cook county sheriff said saturday. Sheriff Joseph Yohnian said the iced of narcotic producing Weed s locstf.,1 near suburban Bedford " Ark. Harvested he said it could in sold to addicts for an Esli rated $500.000. Chicago subway service crippled by heavy Rains Chicago Runoff w a t e r rom the most intensive rain torm in Chicago s history Dis opted nearly half the City s downtown subway service Satur Lay. Other sections of the nation s second largest City were flooded artly crippled and per led by reals of possible fire or Gas explosions. At least nine were dead As a result of the storm in Chicago and nother storm death was reported n adjacent will county. In Chi ago two persons drowned three electrocuted and four _ uttered heart attacks t h r e e c v. Dairy bar classic Nile. Trying to dram flood Waers from their Homes. A 7-months old girl Alella Oney drowned when she rolled it of her bed into a foot of Waer in the bedroom of the family s basement apartment. Springfield deluged. Springfield 111. Up Ilgah winds and rainstorms swept in Springfield area saturday Light causing injury to at least to persons and flooding streets and basements throughout the Ity. The two hour rain dumped at East an Inch and a half of water n the area. Winds up to 60 Miles n hour4 and lightning felled Trees and Power lines and whisked the oof from a Ball Park. The storm Leit streets blocked by High water toppled Trees or Telephone poles. The Central Illinois Light co., estimated that 4,000 to 5,000 customers were without electrical Power As a result of the storm. Nabbed in Texas for Minn. Robbery Minneapolis up Robert Emmet Mcdonald 12, Altoona 15.00 wis., was arrested saturday in 10.00 Houston Texas for the june 5 armed robbery of the Kiester Minn., National Bank Fri agent 10.00 5,00 e. Often f r o m the Shamrock club As a Friend. In memory of j. J. Hajny Bowling league to memory of Dean Edward Kopecky from Jerry and Doug Anonymous Hope total budget still to be raised. Cal Howard said. Howard said Mcdonald had been named in a Federal court complaint As the Bandit who held up the Kiester Bank and escaped with $4,800 in Cash and $12,900 8.00 in travellers checks. Other authorities said Mcdon Ald was connected with the hold up by a letter addressed to him which was found within three Miles of the Bank after the hold up. Howard said Mcdonald last re sided in Altoona where he was employed by the Omaha Railroad. Howard said Mcdonald was paroled in 1946 from the Minne Sota prison after serving a term for Bank robbery. 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 .$4,717.96 .$8,125.00 .53,347.04 feud seen Between Aly and brother a d r u d d i n chagrined at Choice of Karim As ago Khan in. By Howard la Andleman. \ Geneva ins a feud tween Aly Khan and his half brother Sadruddin reportedly erupted saturday a. Any s handsome son Karl 19, assumed his duties As Spir Tual Leader of an estimated 10 million devout moslem. Sadruddin a 24-year-old har Ard University graduate Studen showed signs of being disappointed by the Aga Khan s Wil naming Karim a Harvard under graduate As his successor. Furthermore it was Carne hut Karim would reign for the first seven years under a Regency Council composed of Aly and the Beautiful widow of the late a Sadruddin. Thus appeared to a been most pointedly ignored b his lather coolness apparent. Possible coolness Between Juja Ruddin and Aly was \ suggest Friday night when Sadruddin r turned to his own Villa at Bell rive instead of spending the nig with the rest of the family at the hotel Beau Rivage where the were gathered. Ins correspondent g e o r g night who saw the brother saturday reported that the Nade Little Effort to conceal an Royance with each other. During he ceremonies when Karim a a stalled As Aga Khan in Knigh Aid Aly and Sadruddin hardly poke to each other. Although the late Aga passed ver his two sons to choose Carim As his successor he if Uge fortunes to the two Broth is. Huge wealth to All. His will which Aly read to the Amily Friday gave the widowed gum one eighth of the estate Inch Sorre have estimated to be North As much As $2 billion. Alj and Sadruddin Divide the re lain Long seven eighths with the orc Loving 46-year-old Aly in writing the Aga s considerable acing stables and interest. Aly and Sadruddin Are to a amp Fly Karim next thursday n a flight to Aswan on the up or Nile where the body of the the Aga is to be placed in a Slocum. Drives to Villa. Plans for the funeral wore bang made saturday As Karim described by intimates As a shy odious youth with an Eye for continued on Page 6, col. 7. Copter crashes in Antarctic one dead five up one r4 i t i f la to Man was killed and five injured when a Navy helicopter crashed air Force orders missile guidance Washington ins the air Force awarded a 38 million Dollar contract saturday to the a a spark plug division of Gen eral m o t o r s to make guidance systems for the 1,500-Miie Ihor missile. The announcement of the action made no mention of the rival army built 1,500-mile j u p i t e r missile which has Bien fired successfully f r o m the . Missile test c e n t e r on Cape canaveral Fla. The air Force now ins control of both of the intermediate Range while attempting to land Friday at my Furdo in the ant Arctic. A Navy department spokesman said three of the injured were in critical condition. The h e l i c o p t e r apparently crashed when Frost and ice on the Windshield caused the Pilot to misjudge i. Altitude. The Heli Landing to refute near he naval air facility station at Mcmurdo sound. Killed was aviation machinist lost no Lime in undermining and 2-c Nelson Russell Cole of de f i n a l l y ousting Malenkos and ballistics some feat . I. I i l l l Ai l l of. Huiju. I Ca u l sheriff s i n v c s to gators have of the Jupiter May be Iacoi to been watching the Field for two rated in the Thor in its final pro months conman said. Auction form. Khrushchev s Rise credited to murder deceit hatred by Arthur Kranish. Washington ins the Swift Rise to Power of comr unit p a r t y Boss Nikita Khrushchev was officially attributed saturday to a lifetime of murder deceit and hatred for the United states. The description of k h r h Chev s bloody career and his role As an anti-. Fanatic is con Aind in a new biography pc cared by the legislative reference service of the Library of con Ilis Rise to Power the Biog Raphy said was accompanied by the betrayal and physical destruction of Bis closest associates. At the Helm of the party he Chov s past is Replete with mass repression intrigue and it pcs Ribes two with Roit Mich., son of or. And mrs. Russell p. Cole of Dearborn Mich. In critical condition arc it. Richard e. Anderson North lit be Rock Ark., it. . Bernard Frid Cevirt new York cite aviation machinist mate 2-c Leisie ". Scarborough Joshua Texas. Bus disaster in Spain. Bilbao Spain ins persons were killed my 37 others injured saturday when the bus in which they were Riding suddenly went out of control struck a tree am p l u n g e d Down a Ravine. Twelve of the passengers were Molotov As political rivals from the collective leadership and in establishing h i m s c i f in Stalin s fashion As master of the soviet compiled for committee. The profile of Khrushchev russian prime minister Bulgarin was prepared at the re scorn his role As an accomplice of Stalin who later became a leading critic of the Stalin re Gime. Bulgarin Lap pct too. The Goatee a Bulga Niri shared the Library s biting condemnation. The deceptively Jovial exterior it said belies his charac Ter and the profile pointed out that in Ganin began his career a.-, an efficient officer in the dread secret police who stowed great 7,Al in jailing and sending i death residents of his own Home own. The report continued by Panin has a record of Nith Les Ness in achieving his goals. Rude to his subordinates he tolerates neither criticism nor opposition. As is customary among the top soviet leadership bul Ganin lacks Confidence in and personal loyalty to his close Asso red China is milking us dry Nikita by k. C. Thaler. London up soviet com Junist party chief n i k 11 a Khrushchev has complained that de China is milking us Wilry Siplo Hatic sources said saturday. Khrushchev made the remark East european leaders during recent negotiations for increased Oviet Aid to the satellites the maces said. The piping regime is under Ood to be insisting that Russia infill her commitments to sup 1y Industrial goods and raw a rials on which China s economic Lanning depends to an important senator egret. Can t afford rebuke Russia although under pres ure for More assistance from Hei ate Sites in Europe cannot afford o rebuke red China on whose political Good will she is at pres it More dependent than Ever Khrushchev said in czech Oslo Akla f r i d a y that Russia s Irene la Liei in the Aid which so dispenses with great Joy to ther communist states. But there have been signs of ome time that the growing ca1 m soviet assistance is sever cd Esting Russia s strained econom offers to others. These demands Complete wit Russia s offers of economic assistance coun tries made Iri the last 12 Montr in a political contest with to the neutralise nation the latest shakeup in Mosco More satellite Claire on russian assistance. Krusi Chev has indicated during h czechor slovakian tour that rus Sia will help the satellites in Rais no their standards of living. Girard Case probe As iced by senator Washington up sen Tor Allott a Colo saturday sked for a Senate investigation f the Girard Case and the agric cents by which the . Soldier to be turned Over to Japan of Lal on manslaughter charges. He introduced a Resolution to reate n bipartisan eight Man Ommittee to report on whether he agreements permitted . Servicemen to be tried by foreign 0 u r t s for off duty offences hould be revised or scrapped. The supreme c o u r t ruled Hurst by that the government As authority to turn Over army Peci Olist Williams Girard to japanese courts. Girard is caused of killing a japanese Oman while on guard duty at 1 army firing Range. Ohn l. Hillman 3ies of pneumonia Des m o i n e s a or in l. Hillman 92, president nor Tufi of Simpson College pianola died saturday of Pincu Onia at Wesley acres Here. He had been living at the Home r retired persons since 1049. He As a f o r m e r pastor at first methodist Church in pcs Moines id at Virlous times was chair. An of several National methodist set substandard wages. Grimit Tometi. Or. Hillman is survive a Liv two is or. Paul m. Hillma Dps Oines methodist p a s t o Rand in w. Hillman editor of Hansville ind., c o u r i c ran rce daughters. Ian hearing on cig Aret filters Washington of witness is charged Mcclellan s Senate unit to resume hearing on r a c k e t s tuesday. W a s h i n g t o n a Iii Tor dark saturday accused James p. Cross president of the Bakers Enlon of attempting to in a Date a witness of the Spe Lal Senate rackets investigating committee. In a statement announcing the Ommittee will resume Public earnings tuesday chairman Mclellan said it will examine at empty to suppress and intimidate witness of the committee by re aleatory measures taken by or. affidavit Given. Mcclellan did not elaborate. Sut an aide said the witness re erred to had Given an affidavit placed in evidence at an earlier hearing affairs of the Baker and confectionery workers Union. The witness was not identified but he is scheduled to testify with the resumption of the committee s hearings on alleged improper practices in the Jabor manage ment Field. On june 20, the committee end d its inquiry into charges by Hother Bakers Union official Bat Cross abused his office and ils used Union funds. The com Littee made no statement of endings. Ward head to be heard. Mcclellan said the first witness tuesday who is concerned with Lother matter will be John a. Arr president of Montgomery Ard. He requested an opportune y to answer testimony about his Many s relations with d a v e cock or. Boss of the giant team ers Union. Also to be explored further at e hearings tuesday Mcclellan a will by Cross relationship the Martin Phillipsborn sr., and s participation in the Union a tract negotiations at Zion 111. Three or four witnesses will be in stoned about these activities the bakery Ulison chief the Nator said. Testimony on Loans. At earlier hearings the com it tee received testimony that Oss Hod obtained a loan from Lillie born and that the Union itched a substandard contract Ith Zion industries a Candy and Kery firm in which Phillips in and his son have interests. Cross told the committee he lad borrowed Money from the older Phillipsborn but that he has had nothing to do with Union negotiations at Zion since 1948. He said the Zion contract lid not Cool front ends Iowa heat wave the study describes the 62 of the House committee on year old prime minister As an implacable foe of american democracy a hich he accused of predatory and aggressive de two in american activities. Committee chairman f r a n Cis e. Walter warned in an accompanying statement that by re fusing to heed the True character Walter said the study entitled Katat Ollil ill it a col front moving in Froni i North ended Iowa s he at wave saturday and held the Cedar 1 " 1 temperature 17 degrees Fri Dill a High up a saturday s High was 81 degrees government with 98 Friday. Thebom mice announced slur ,r, had dropped to 79 de Grees at 6 . Throughout he state saturday afternoon the readings remained Day it Wil l Start hearings Tours Oay in an Effort to determine whether filters protect smokers from cig Aret hazards. Chairman John. Firm said the Public umps am a Rcd v.10wcrs, with Siou reporting a third of an Inch to rain and Davenport almost any health safeguard 1"1 inn s i t Lic spends no extra half million dollars a a Alp Vij. " for filter Cicar cts. But there Are j iome Little reports if trial f i l ters he said. If the Public is Beni if to want to find out Why i prop Riate Federal agencies lot done something about Blatnik said in a statement. The weather forecasts partly Fot e j i Cloudy weather for today with the a highs reaching 84 to 92. Little p. Have change is expected monday. Of Russia s leadership we arc rushed to Bilbao hospitals with Bat t be Tor injuries. The biography snid Thrush Russia to return 258 Jap detainees Tokyo ins the russian government not i f red Japan Satur Day that it would return 258 do Tai noes by the end of Nis month. A memorandum received by the foreign ministry from the soviet name . Comm Queeman. Lansing ins the re publican state Central committee elected John b. Martin of Gran i rapids saturday As Michigan s brition a . . Martin is a former state senator auditor general. Who Are they ."1 is the first in Tokyo asked that he fast Josing full initiative in our a series of biographies of Semi a Repati alien hip leaders of International comm to the Sakhalin port of Holmok by july 28. Today s chuckle the new planes Are getting so fast you Don t have time to ii t Mcqua Interi with the Stew Ardess any More

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