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Helena Independent Record (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Helena, Montana 2/ij c r or Ort vol. Xiv no. 258helena, Montana sunday August 4, 1057 Price ten cents a a a a a a hmm Mem / runs in the family three year old Lori Black looks like a a a Chip off the of blocks As she goes into a song and dance routine As her Mother the former Shirley Temple plays the piano in their Home in Atherton Calif on the san Francisco Peninsula. Accompanying his sister on his ukulele is five year old Charles Alden Blackjr. Dulles challenges russians to join West in cutting great atomic War danger Washington up a Secretary of state Dulles flew Back saturday from disarmament talks in London and promptly challenged Russia to join the West in lessening the danger of a great atomic War by opening vast territories to Aerial and ground inspection. Dulles arrived in mid afternoon and went to the White House to give a first hand report of his London Mission to president Eisenhower. Dulles was with the president an hour and 17 minutes. He was Able to report to the Ion in diplomatic quarters that he had succeeded in pulling the Western allies out of a logjam of disagreement on inspection zones. They concurred in a plan he pre scented to Russia at a meeting of the in subcommittee on disarmament in London Friday. What he proposed in essence was that Russia agree to Aerial and ground inspection Over great areas of Europe North America and the soviet Union. The object is to preclude the possibility of a massive Surprise attack in this atomic age. In an Airport statement Dulles Moscow says Khrushchev Tito in Accord West experts see new Era for yugoslavs soviet London Oft president Tito of Yugoslavia and Nikita Khrushchev met for two Days this week in satellite Romania and agreed on a Concrete forms of cooperation a Moscow radio announced saturday night. The conference Between the communist party and government leaders of Russia and Yugoslavia took place on thursday and Friday. Sitting beside Khrushchev were Deputy Premier a. I. Mikoy an and Otto v. Kuusinen former Boss of the disbanded communist International and a full member of the party presidium. Quot the two delegations a said the broadcast Quot agreed on Concrete forms of co operation Between the parties and on the maintaining of constant ties by the Exchange of party delegations Mutual information and Western experts on communist affairs suggested in London that this meeting could Herald the most significant soviet yugoslav Accord since Tito a break with Joseph Stalin 1948, even going beyond the Accord worked out two years ago when Khrushchev went to Belgrade to apologize for 1948. The 1955 Accord became badly chewed after the polish and hungarian rebellions last year. The presence of Kuusinen an old hand at spreading world com Mun Sim suggested to some Western students that another comintern or co inform might be in the making. The absence of Premier bul Gan from the romanian meeting recalled rumours that the Goatee Premier May be on the Way out state Winter wheat crop runs double that of 56 yield excellent As Harvest in full swing gop Leader says civil rights legislation is dead Tor present session of Congress a big stir was caused by George Abrams above of Newton mass., at the world youth festival in Moscow when he attracted Street crowds by Reading excerpts from the in report on soviet brutality in Hungary. Washington a up a president Eisenhower was reported Adamant saturday against the Senate a revamped civil rights Bill and rep. Joseph w. Martin jr., House gop Leader pronounced civil rights legislation a dead for this session of Congress. Three top administration officials who cannot be named said in interviews that Eisenhower regards the Senate version of the Bill As completely unworkable. He was said to be throwing his weight British peer Calls Queen s speech pain in neck says advisors Are Tweedy by Eddie Gilmore London up a lord Altrincham who describes Queen Elizabeth a speaking style As a Quot pain in the neck a said saturday the British monarchy will collapse if people cannot talk about it. The 33-year-old Peers judicious criticism of Queen Elizabeth ii and other members of the Royal family came in a Magazine article but he backed it up with a flood of Frank comments from his Home. London newspapers wheeled up big guns and hit Back at him. Writing in the conservative president according to info mrs said Quot that Quot it is now up to the Kremlin elite does not list Bulgarin Moscow a up a the soviet government announced saturday night communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev will begin his visit to East Germany aug. 7. Premier Nikolai Bulgarin is not deluded in the list of 12 men o make the trip with him. The Premier has accompanied chn.5hch,v on All his other state veg it a _ former visits including those to Britain Wjuker p Phr sick it is soviet Union to respond. A if the soviet Union accepts these proposals a he said Quot and if the necessary details Are worked out the risk of Surprise attack will be greatly diminished. Quot and since a major War is not Apt to be launched unless the aggressor can count on Surprise the danger of general War will have then it will be More possible safely to reduce the Bur ten of concern shown Over George s brain injuries my India. Deputy Premier a. I. Mikoyan a my foreign minister Andrei Gromyko will make the journey. Others include Trade unionists and Young communist league members. East Germany a communist government extended the invitation. The East Germany news Agency announced july 22 that both Khrushchev and Bulgarin planned to visit East Germany in August on their satellite Campaign. No indication was Given on How the party would travel. It was believed the group would Fly. Ported saturday that his heart condition has improved but expressed concern that Quot there May be complications in the they ruled out the term a a hopeless in a detailed statement of the 79-year-old Diplomat s four months illness. They said that All should be prepared for a critical period of unpredictable length. Jumped off Bridge san Francisco up a Donna reorientation june Tracy Mother of two children leaped off the Golden Gate Bridge saturday a the spans 169th known suicide in its 20 years. One stolen plane crashes second taken at Airport West Yellowstone up a a runaway Pilot who wrecked one stolen plane May have been the same person who a few minutes later made off with another Light plane saturday morning at the West Yellowstone Airport according to sheriff Donald Skerritt of Gallatin county. Civil aeronautics administration officials throughout the West were alerted for the red and White Piper super cub which belonged to Einarson Bros. Flying service of International Falls Minn. Skerritt said a red Stinson voyager stolen in a Hanger breaking Friday night at twin Bridges was crashed on Takeoff at the West Yellowstone Airport just a Short while before the Minnesota plane was stolen. The Caa and sheriffs officers gave this account of the bizarre incident a red Stinson voyager belonging to Byron Byers and Robert Lott of twin Bridges was taken Friday evening from a Hanger at twin Bridges after entry was gained by forcing a door. The plane was not missed until Satur Day. The plane was landed at a West Yellowstone Airport late Friday night state National weather forecast Helena and Vicinity a a partly Cloudy through monday. The official Helena tempera �4 few showers monday afternoon Ture at Midnight was .0� High today 75 Low 47. Montana station Max. Min. Pep. National station Max. Min. Pep. Billings. 79 55 Bismarck n. D. 79 52 Belgrade. 85 49 Calgary Alta. 66 43 .01 Broadus. 79 55 .10 Cheyenne Wyo. 78 57 .50 Butte. 80 41 Chicago 111. 83 69 1.95 Cut Bank. 64 46 .01 Denver Colo. 92 62 Dillon. 87 46 Las vegas Nev. 107 81 Drummond. 82 42los Angeles. 85 66 Glasgow. 75 58 mils St. Paul. 73 66 great Falls. 73 52 new Orleans la. 90 76 .84 Havre. 70 57 t new York City. 90 71 Helena. 77 53 Phoenix Ariz. Too 82 Kalispell. 72 51 t Portland Ore. 67 61 .02 Lewistown. 72 52 .02 St. Louis to. 96 73 .31 Livingston. 80 48 Salt Lake City. 97 56 Miles City. 79 58 la san Francisco. 69 53 miso la. 80 51 Seattle Wash. 64 57 la w. Yellowstone. 33spokane Wash. 76 57whitehall. 84 43 Washington d. C. 98 71maximum temperatures for preceding Calendar Day precipitation for 24 hours ending 5 30 a. In. Minimum temperatures for 12-hour period ending at 5 30 p. In. East of Divide a considerable cloudiness North partly Cloudy South few showers extreme West North today. Mostly Cloudy sunday night monday with scattered Light showers North West. Highs 70-80, lows 45-55. West of divided considerable cloudiness through monday. Few showers North monday. Cooler tonight monday. High today 70-80, lows 45-50. High monday 65 North 75 South. Boy hangs self in Cowboy Indian games Denver a up a nine year old Albert Pugh who loved to play cowboys and indians by himself was found hanged from a pipe in the basement of his Home Satur Day. Police said Albert had climbed on a Bench tied an electrical Cord around his neck and the pipe and either slipped or kicked the Bench away. Firemen worked for More than an hour in an unsuccessful attempt to restore life. Albert was playing alone police said. His brother William 8, found the body and sounded an alarm. The boy had nearly hanged himself six months ago playing the same game. That time he was Quot hanging a the Pilot described As about 5 feet 9, 30 years old and sporting heavy growth of whiskers attempted to take off from the Field Early saturday morning but crashed into about three feet of water in Hebgen Lake at the Edge of th4 runway. An unidentified passing Motorist picked up the Man and quoted him As saying he wanted to get a Tow truck at West Yellowstone to pull the plane from the water. Shortly thereafter the plane belonging to Einarson Bros was taken from the West Yellowstone Airport just As two customers of the flying service walked on the Field to continue their Cross country flight. A we know it was our plane taking off but there Wasny to much we could do about it a said Louis Gordon 24, of International Falls. A Sophomore at the Minneapolis school of arts. He said he and Norbert Goulet 24, International Falls had rented the plane for a Cross country vacation by plane they said they were headed for Salt Lake City in route to los Angeles. Quot who Ever has that plane got a Complete set of aeronautical charts for every state West of the Mississippi River and his course chartered for him to los Angeles a Gordon told a reporter. A the probably had enough fuel to reach Salt Lake City if he ran his mixture lean and did no to go too fast Gordon said the name Einarson Bros was stamped on each Side of the 1957 Model super cub. Caa officials said they were checking out leads that the missing planets Pilot May be from Canada. They said papers a loaded .38 Caliper revolver and ammunition found in the crashed plane at Hebgen Lake carried Canadian marking. A Canadian first Aid kit also was aboard. The owners of the plane said the equipment did not belong to them. National and English review a which he edits lord Altrincham pronounced All Tring am pounced on the Queens speech making. The personality conveyed by the utterances which Are put into her Mouth is that of a priggish schoolgirl Captain of the hockey team a prefect and a recent candidate for confirmation a he wrote. The relatively classless society of King George v unfortunately is not to be seen in his granddaughters. The Queen and Princess Margaret still Bear the debutantes commenting on the Queens speeches a Buckingham Palace spokesman said. Important speeches by the Queen Are usually drafted by the minister concerned. Other speeches Are prepared by one of her private hitting out at the people around the Queen lord Altrincham said the Queens entourage a those who serve her from Day to Day who accompany her when she travels and sit with her when she eats Are almost without exception people of the a Tweedy a he added that the court had a failed lamentably to move with the there was no mention in the article of Prince Philip. The Young peer who was once fined five pounds $14 for knocking off a policeman a helmet when he was a student at Oxford said the Queen should be surrounded by advisors and companions Many differ ent backgrounds As possible. Lord Altrincham even declared the Queens training was a woe fully she received her education from private tutors. Lord Altrincham a Magazine had hardly hit the streets when solidly against House acceptance of it. Martin told a reporter Quot the Bill is not acceptable to us and i done to think its acceptable to a majority of the he foresaw a probable deadlock which would put the Issue Over to next year. The three administration leaders agreed that As the matter stands Eisenhower would rather have no Bill at All than accept the Senate a insertion of the jury trial amendment in a measure which it already had stripped of authority to enforce civil rights in general. Some House democratic leaders voiced the opinion privately that the republicans a a done to want a civil rights Bill this they contended the Eisenhower administration is stalling and hoping to carry the Issue Over into the 1958 election year. A a dangerous a Theodore a Teddy Ray Rij Johnny Dion a 240-Pound bodyguard stands on his rights under the 5th amendment in Washington and refused to answer questions for the Senate labor rackets committee. Raj has been described by the Fri As a capt to be armed and extremely another witness testified that teamster Crown Prince James Hoffa and a the mob of his Friend Johnny Dio threaten to Rob one million new York workers of honest unionism. Senate Racket probes say James r. Hoffa seeks super government creation Washington a up a sen. Mcclellan dark said saturday that James r. Hoff a a plan to put All the nations transportation workers into a single Union or federation would create a a super government Hoffa the 44-year-old heir apparent to Dave Beck As teamsters Union president has said All truck air rail and shipping unions should to combined into a single Union or federation Quot Tor their own Protection. Both Mcclellan and sen. Gold water a Ariz viewed Hoff a a plan with alarm and said it looked like a move to set himself up As the nations no. I labor Boss. A control the nations transportation and you control the country a Coldwater said. A a there a never been any doubt in my mind that a what Hoffa Mcclellan said if the Type of transportation Union Hoffa has outlined Ever comes into being it would Wield economic Power that Quot would amount to a super govern Mentz Mcclellan is chairman of the Senate rackets investigating com Mittee on which Coldwater also serves. Fourth Rescue is made by Ontario girl Hamilton ont. A up a Wendy London newspapers began hitting Urquhart 15-year-old High school Back at him. Helena selected Billings a up a the Montana title association has selected Helena for its Golden Jubilee convention in 1958. D. R. Geiman of Hamilton was re elected president and f. N. Weed of Townsend was named first vice president at the 49th annual convention Here. Baby for president Havana Ltd a a 10-Pound daughter was born saturday to mrs. Marta Fernandez Miranda de Batista the wife of Cuba s president. The Batistas have four sons. Mrs. Eisenhower returns Home Washington a a mrs Mamie Eisenhower returned saturday from a six Day visit to her Home City of Denver and was met at the Airport by president Eisenhower. The first lady greeted her husband with a a hello Darling As she stepped from the presidential plane Columbine Iii at National Airport. Quot this is an unexpected pleas ure a mrs Eisenhower said As the two met at the Bottom of the ramp and kissed. A really you came Back on a warm Day a the president said. The temperature was about 97 degrees. Girl chalked up her fourth water Rescue of the year last night. She dragged Larry Doyle 3, out of Lake Ontario after he had walked out of his depth near his Burlington Beach Home. She brought the boy Back to Shore and revived him after 25 minutes artificial respiration. The committee has been delving into Hoffa a affairs and particularly his alleged associations with new York labor racketeers. Hoffa recently was acquitted on charges of bribing an investigator on Mcclellan a committee. Hoffa is under subpoena to appear before the committee aug. Is although the Date May be changed. Mcclellan said that the com Mittee when it resumes its hearings monday will look into the Case of a a a bouncing Union charter. One of the witnesses called for monday is Max Chester former financial Secretary of local 405 of the retail clerks Union. Kennedy said Chester was involved in a Quaw manipulations and later moved Over to the retail clerks. Chester along with labor racketeer Johnny Dio and Samuel Goldstein president of teamsters local 239, was convicted of a $30,000 Shakedown conspiracy against two new York electroplating firms. The three of them Are being held without bail awaiting sentencing but a judge has ordered them paroled Long enough to testify before the Senate committee. Dio also under indictment in the acid blinding of labor columnist Victor Riesel is expected to testify thursday. In hearings on labor manage ment practices in the new York area the committee already has received evidence that racketeers dominated unions which reaped a steady dues Money Harvest but produced no benefits for Union members. St. Paul Ufi a reported yields of Winter wheat is Montana so far this year is most cases Are double those of a year ago Railroad agriculture experts said saturday. The Only exceptions according to the Northern Pacific railway monthly crop report were on the relatively Small acreage West of Helena and Butte. Yields Are uniformly excellent the report said with some reports of 40 bushels an acre. The aver age in favored sections of Eastern Montana is 30-35 bushels an acre. Similar yields Are expected in later portions of the state. Weights High test weights per Bushel Are from 60 to 64 pounds but protein is Low and samples show numerous starchy kernels. Combining of Winter wheat in the Eastern part of the state is in full swing even nearing completion of Bench lands on the South Side of the Yellowstone River. From Billings West at higher elevations combining probably will not become general until nearly aug. 15. The hard red Spring and durum wheat crops Are harvested ready to Harvest or approaching maturity in All but the High Mountain valleys of South Central and Western Montana. Reports indicate durum May produce average yields one or two bushels better than the hard red varieties. Selkirk predominates in the hard red cheats and it has shown Lack of ability to withstand High temperatures. Red carpet reception awaits state s touring orphans Sacramento Calif. Up a Montana a touring orphans entered California saturday but the office of gov. Goodwin Knight said the governor would be unable to meet them As planned because of a conflicting schedule. The spokesman said it was presumed the group would continue on to Disneyland at Anaheim without stopping in Sacramento. The group six busloads full stayed Friday night in Nevada three buses were sent to Carson City and three to Reno. At Disneyland a a red carpet reception is planned for the orphans. Actors Bing Crosby Bob Hope and Roy Rogers Are to be on hand to Greet them. The trip is financed by Benjamin Brinton retired air Force colonel and former treasurer of the new York Stock Exchange now a rancher at Ennis Mont. Brinton said the children rang ing in age from 6 to 16, were All either orphans or products of broken Homes living in Montana orphans Homes. He said he hoped the trip would stimulate interest in adoption of older children. Passage of Post office pay Bill predicted Washington a a sen. Carlson a Kan predicted saturday that Senate democratic leaders will push through a Bill raising pay of the 500,000 postal workers before this session of Congress ends. He said republicans expect that a move will be made in an Effort to Embarrass president Eisenhower who has announced Strong disapproval of the Bill. He told a reporter he was sure it would not become Law. However if it is sent to the White House in time to Force the president to veto it before Congress adjourns there would be an Opportunity to try to override the veto. Eisenhower killed Federal employee pay Bills in his first term but not until after Congress had quit. Wants Independence Lisbon Portugal up a foreign minister Erie Louw of South Africa said saturday his government wants to become an Independent nation outside the British Commonwealth. A i believe that South Africa As a Republic would develop and grow just As America grew when she was no longer a British Colony a Louw told a news conference. Spring wheat Teste meager and scattered Combine reports show an average yield of 18-30 bushels from the Spring wheat varieties and test weights of 58-62 pounds. Again this year the report says diseases have hit the Barley crop. As a general statement at this time production should exceed a year ago. With Harvest Well past the Peak the oat crop in Montana is about average with yields of 25-45 bushels reported. Montana a sugar beet crop shows excellent prospects. The Good stands and vigorous plants reported earlier Are unchanged. Barring Hail during the remainder of the season most growers believe they will Harvest Well above average yields. At Sidney indications Are that yields May set new records for the factory District. 93-year-old Man in 1926 car has collision Coeur do Alene a up a a 93-year-old Man was seriously injured saturday when his 1926 Model Coupe with Only 42,000 Miles on the speedometer and a 1957 Sedan collided North of Here. August Peterson route i Hayden Lake was listed in a a fair condition at a Hospital. The car was demolished. The Driver of die other ear mrs. Dorothy Mckinnon of Coeur d Alene pulled Peterson from the wreckage when his car overturned after the collision. She was not Hurt. Sheriffs officers said Peterson was believed to be the oldest licensed Driver in Kootenai county and his 31-year-old Ford the oldest licensed car. Right on Job Dayton by. Up a four sleeping members of a Dayton fire department company did no to have far to go Early saturday when a Man pounded on the door to summon them to a Blaze. It was in the engine House in a room where fire Hose is stored. Gov. Aronson praises work on state owned Forest land Kalispell a a up a gov. J. Hugo Aronson saturday praised the operation of Montana a state owned Forest lands. A montanans can be both proud and Happy that their 60-million-Dollar investment in state owned Forest lands is being operated on a Businesslike basis for the Benefit of both present and future generations a Aronson said. The governor left Kalispell saturday noon for Helena after finishing a two and one half Day tour of state forestry department lands and facilities. A i just went to school on this trip a he said. A it was a great education for me and i just wish every Montana could see How capably their state owned lands Are being managed. A a it a not perfect yet but the strides which have been made in the past four years Are the Best possible proof that Good Businesslike policies have paid off and will pay even greater highlights of the governor s tour included a look at assistance to state landowners in the Potomac area inspection of leased Cabin Sites in the Seeley Lake area a View of new Timber and fire roads As Well As Brush disposal operations in the Swan River Forest an inspection of Roadside campgrounds Timber stand improvement and Timber Sale areas in the Stillwater state Forest and inspection of Headquarters facilities at Missoula. Aronson was accompanied on the trip by state forester Gareth Moon Deputy state forester Dor. Drummond land commissioner Lou e. Bretzke and Darrell Coover the governors executive Secretary

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