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Idaho State Journal (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Pocatello, Idaho Mostly mostly Cloudy wild slow cars. High 60. Low Long Gill 45. Idaho sunday journal vol. Lvi no. 50 Pocatello Idaho sunday May 12, 1957 probe tells Beck profit in widow Money handling Washington sen ate labor rackets committee this week will investigate Vhal Dave Beck demanded of the Frue Hauf trailer co. After lending it of his teamster Union s funds. Committee counsel Robert f. Kennedy told reporters saturday inquiry will not be aimed at the loan itself which was announced Long ago but what occurred aft outlined area with in Center shows approximate location of gunnery Range. Southern tip is six Miles North of to Minidoka. Air gun Range spurs dispute Boise Maho depart ment of aeronautics and Hie slate air National guard saturday came to sword s Point Over possible re activation of the air Force craters of the Moon gunnery Range in Southeastern Idaho As proposed by the guard. State aeronautics director Choi Moulton objected o the reactivation As contrary to reasonable Anc healthy growth of general Avia the director said use of the Range would endanger both nearby surface traffic and aircraft flying in the Vicinity of the Range. The area is in the Snake River Plains and is about 35 Miles Long and 25 Miles wide with its Southern Jip about six Miles North of mini Duka. Its Northern Boundary about the same distance South of he craters of the Moon National Monument s South limits. The air guard sought its use be cause of increased activity at the Saylor Creek gunnery Range South of Mountain Home presently used by air guard units. Col James m. Trail chief of staff for the Idaho air National guard said constantly increasing activity at Saylor Creek in the future might exclude its use by Fuard units. The Range to which Moulton objected was used by the air Force until about a year ago. Moulton said its reactivation together with a prohibited zone Over the atomic Energy commission installation would make a forbidden territory some to Miles Long and 30 Miles wide with the exception of a six mite corridor. Pocatello officials to Back airline ally attorney Gerald w. Olson chamber of Commerce Secretary Alvin h. Reading municipal air port manager Galyn Stone and a group of Pocatello businessmen will go to great Falls i week to testify at a civil aeronautics Board hearing affecting area air service. The Pocatello representatives will present evidence they Hope will slay action by the cab in curtailing service Here by West Ern airlines. Representatives of Northwest cities Wilf be heard beginning monday. Cities will be taken in alphabetical order and Pocatello is not expected to be heard before wednesday. Dec fills its tour quota for sunday Idaho Falls up the atomic Energy commission s Idaho Falls operations office said Sal urday the first Public our quota of 2500 persons for he n National reactor testing station near r co next sunday had been filled. The dec said that of the tour tickets went to Idaho Falls 211 of Pocatello and 283 Loblack fool. The balance of the openings were filled through mailed requests the dec said. Or he sail the investigation did not necessarily imply wrongdoing by Fruehaus. The loan was repaid Wilh interest in 14 months. Beck head of the nation s big Fiest Union was pictured at Fri Day s hearing As a who split a profit from Selling Mort gages to a memorial fund for the widow of his Best Friend. Dual trusteeship charged he was trustee of the memorial fund and As trustee of teamster Money too granted him Salt a loan to buy the mortgages which he sold to the memorial fund at a profit Kennedy said. The 31-year-old committee coun Sel said this was just one of four ways by which Beck and his fam ily enriched themselves from the invest men of More than nine Mil lion dollars of teamster Money in mortgages. Beck himself is expected to re turn to the witness chair next week and be Given a Chance to explain Dalai cd charge s that he used his Power with the Union to line pockets. The teamster Boss already has pleaded the fifth amendment 150 times before the committee Rath than answer questions. How Ever he said Lale Friday in a press release hat the Union s in vestments under his guidance have shown a steadily increasing yield. At the same time the commit tee was disclosing Berk s Finau Cial dealings teamster Crown Prince James r. Hoffa lost a fight in ederal court to quash bribery and conspiracy charges against him. But he won a 21-Day postpone ment of his trial that was set for May 27. He also was granted per Mission to seek another postpone ment if an impartial jury can nol be obtained by then. Accusation links Huober Hoffa is charged with rackets commit Lee investigator to slip him Commilee secrets about us teamster invest gallon. Some of the deals disclosed this week fell in the period beginning in 1954 when the committee has said Beck deep in income Tan trouble raised Money to replace part of the Hal he is charged with taking from team ser treasuries. The committee charged last March that Buck agreed o repay at least to the Union then tried to borrow Hal so. From Fruehauf. The firm could t spare it but arranged a loan for Beck from Brown trailer equipment co. Of Chicago. Then to help repay Brown Beck sold Back to the Union for the Home in which he still lives rent free and which the Union helped pay for in the first place the committee said. Scout event rained out the scout of Rama demonstration by 1800 Eeda How District souls scheduled tast night in Halliwell pork was postponed because of rain and wet grounds District commissioner Keith Daulcy re ported. He said in will be rescheduled in about iwo weeks. Mom s Day every Ilar i Mother s fir Al. Fifteen cents mrs. District of Columbia second from left Linwood Findlay of Arlington va., screams Wilh Delight As she hears she has won mrs. America title saturday night at it. Lauderdale Fla. A wire photo _ is trades Industry will graduate 184 a total of 184 students will re. Chive certificates from the school of Trade and Industrial education at Idaho state College Al the eleventh annual commencement june 3. Certificates in Auto mechanics will be presented to c. Bennett. American Falls Evan e. Blackfoot River floods roads Foo journal s Idaho news service Blackfoot the Blackpool River slur Day was rising lowart1 ils of a week ago Slih More than 3000 acres Wesl and South of Blackpool under Waler. Ditch rider William Hail reported a four Inch Rise by Early eve Ning and feared it would continue. The big Blackfoot Reservoir 50 Miles cast of the City reportedly was fall and water was being re leased. Biggie Road on Hie Forl Hall reservation was submerged and tic rising River was threatening logo Over the Yellowstone High Way which was flooded Early last week near the Blackpool Bridge. A primary cause of the present Rise appears to be a heavy vol being Sand ume of Brush and debris carried Inlo the River by Creek ils main tributary in the area. Area ditch rider William Hall and Golden Ellson a Farmer in the Niv Carside area both reported the Brush and debris it is apparently slowing movement of the River along its serpentine course they said. Officials reported Friday that nearly All he Snow in the Foothills East of town was melted but week end Rains apparently stimulated a Irish Runoff. Charles Edward h. To Mcwey. A5h ton Gary t. Taylor. Black g. Jensen. Filer d. Match Ibsen. Gooding Bill e. Bishop. J. Hansen Earl n. Larsen. Hal Ley John e. In Ghl. Idaho i Mil Ler John d. Quinn Conley if. Tucki. J. Hlll Man. Montpelier Max Nurod san. Nampa Joseph l. Rockland Glen r. Smith Ronald Smith. Teofle t o n Vernon Potter. Twin Green Marvin l. Trent. Those receiving Cerli Nicalos in aircraft engine mechanics will be Pocatello James m. Hall Louis a. Labreque Raymond c. Greene Roy 15. Lee. Ted Lar son. La w Cufr fall. Or. Charles l. White. Pm Morross. Fruit l j. Cook. Mini Roundy Lyle run by. a. So ration. Height. Ralph h. Neuharth Floyd m. Voeks. Charles t. Stunner. Candy alas for certificates in body and fender will be Pocatello Paul j. A her Nadia. B. Shin nor. Bitten. Parker. Idaho Evans William j. B a m Berry. Edward t. Gehring. It. Continued on Pago 13 atom scientists say a tests Hurt no one Tokyo atomic expert or. Richard l. Doan said saturday he is convinced there is no. Possible danger to humans from the current rate of nuclear Wea Pons or. Doan directs the atomic Energy division of the Philips Petro Leum co. At Idaho Falls Idaho. He is in Japan for inc . Japan join atomic Industrial forum s. Confer ence May 13-31. Jar. Doan said while it is understandable that some laymen or even scientists who Ore not nuclear experts have sounded an alarm Over alleged harmful effects from radiation the fact remains that the ing program is producing radiation More than 10 times less than the maximum Safe amount which human beings can or. Doan who directs operation of a materials Esling reactor at the National reactor testing station near Arco Idaho also said he believes Japa Nese scientists could build i Clr own atomic reactor plants in iwo years and soon catch up in atomic development race. The today s chuckle and the Ballac acc old her lawyer you night warn my husband that if he Tingle payment f hot Springs a. Leading atomic scientist says nuclear tests can continue Index Nile by without harming Mankind Wilh radioactive fallout. Or. Ernest o. Lawrence told the Commerce department s bus incas advisory Council Friday that the average person takes in More natural radiation from climbing a 300-foot Hill than he Gnu from the combined results of All atomic less so far. Lawrence head of the radiation Laboratory Al the University of California said testing can go on at current and planned Levels indefinitely without causing any harm. He was supported by chairman Lewis l. Strauss of the atomic orgy commission. Both asserted the Low yield test explosions in Nevada have injured nobody. Strauss said six atomic Power plants will be comply cd his Yeai and Al least 21 will be in operation in inc uni cd Stales by 1362. He said there has not been a single Accident so far in the infant Industry. My Confidence that private Industry would run with the Ball has been Strauss said. Lawrence said he just cannot understand Why some reputable scientists believe that atomic tests can result in radioactive harm to Mankind. All less prove other Wise he declared lie described the views of i desc scientists Asun believable and id i poc Tellan gets health position Mccall up the Idaho Public health association slur Lay elected Leslie t. Mccarthy of Lewiston As president and com mended former stale Public Leith director l. J. Peterson for Lis health promotion in Idaho and he National recognition he brought o the stale. Or. J. E. Ilyati Pocatello. Was elected third vice president. Earlier or. Kayo Sun ado. Epidemiologist Wilb the u. S. Public Calth service old delegates Hal the Salk polio vaccine was As Safe As any vaccine on the Market to Day and was 60 o so per cent of fac live preventing said studies in Idaho last year showed Here were no cases of polio among he vaccinated children which in eluded 701 youngsters in the Lew Islon Coeur d Alconc and Pocatello areas. Before adjourn Cal of Hie con pc Nylon Here the association also adopted a Resolution com mending the late or. . Jacobs of Lew Slon who died in january and urged Stream and air pollution Laws in Idaho and a continued study on the medical care pro Grams in inc stale. Man gets wet to win his bet police saturday Nocht had a re port Hal a Man claimed he swam to Portneuf River and was to meet a Friend in Mountain viev cemetery As part of a bet. Mrs. Doren Parr route 1 South called police to say that she and ice husband met the soaking wet Man As they drove Home on South Irani Cal Cension. They gave him a ride and let him out at South r Ifland Kasl Hall Day. He gave him his name As Robert Mcclel land. Police were unable to locate Mcclelland. Lafe briefs pout Lanil James belkins and ills employee Ray mond f. Clerk. Saturday were found it Lilly by a Federal court jury on seven counts of violating inc Federal wire tap Law. Al kilns who was inc witness before inc Senate committee investigating labor and clerk were charged with illegally intercepting and divulging Telephone conversations. Taipei Formosa up the chinese communists slur any followed up the heaviest Artil Lery bombardment of no Lionel 1st offshore is Hinds is year with a denunciation of . Guided missiles on Formosa As a they threatened to conquer inc nationalist Strong hold despite the atomic weapons. C j Oad plans into focus state and Federal Highway finials will explain problems vol vol in re local Lon and improve Mcnol of highways to conform to he proposed Federal interstate Highway by slim in four area meetings this week. Pocatello residents will hear Hie lans and present their views monday at 8 p. M. In the City building. A hearing at fort Hall will be in the tribal Council building Mon Day Al 4 p. M. Chubbuck Ocsid cols will find old How the proposed changes will affect their Community in a 4 p. M. Meeting tuesday in the Vil Page Hall. Tie officials will move to Ala Meda tuesday Al 8 p. M. For meeting in Grcen acres element Ary school. Purpose of the meetings is to actual no Ocsid cols with problem confronting the slate Highway department and o a Stan to prob lems Hal May be raised in the proposed construction. Chamber of Commerce exc cd live Secretary Alvin h. Reading saturday urged persons w h o want a More direct mule to the project at Arco to attend the meetings. Major portion of the estimated project includes construction of a new interstate u. S. 91-191. The new Highway would leave existing Highway 91-191-30 approximately one half mile South East of he Southeast City Lills of Pocatello. It would continue Northwest on the East Bench and move North heavy rain floods rip into Texas Dallas. Tex. Up n e w Flash floods built up by Soven Rich in two hours Lime ii Ruck Central Texas saturday in filet. Creeks in he already Salura cd ii a swept out of their batiks looking out highways mid leaving in undetermined number of per ious marooned at iwo Small towns. The department of Public safety Ssu cd an urgent Call for boats with heavy motors for Rescue operations a helicopter was requested fro lie army in Rescue three persons who were swept away in Mieir automobile but managed to grab Ana Lipold on to a tree. The new crisis developed in sch ral Texas As new and continuing sent at least six Riv ers Cli Arnine to dangerous Heights earlier slur any washing out a Railroad track Between two. Approaching Rains. At least one person was killed. She was mrs. Monroe Miller 60, Elsler i Law of maj. Gen. Adler , of san Antonio who was swept from the Highway along with five women in an automobile Icar Del Rio on Hie lilo Grande. The Flash floods struck inc same was dial had undergone Flash looking on three previous Occas on since an in paralleled Selge of heavy weather struck the slate on april n. The creeks that went out of the Janks wore inc Gullli Lutc and cow ii you about 15 Miles South of Waco. The heaviest rain in mile area tvs Al Moody so Miles South of Waco which had inches and heavy Rains were still falling there. Five indies of rain reportedly Tell Al Eddy Between Temple and Waco stalling 102 cars or Force them off the Highway. H was re ported that residents Al a town of Belve in 100 and Iso marooned. Tornado warnings were out and one Tornado did lilt near Chon Iling in lie North West Corner of the Tex As Panhandle knocking Down Power lines. Rains Check Forest fires boston1 up widespread showers broke a month Long drought Friday night Bill provided Only a breather or fire ravaged new England. The first rain to fall on inc re Gion since Early april temporarily ended the critical Forest fire men Ace. The rain arrived live hours Afler flames were checked Al has Oric Plymouth in new England s worst Forest fire in 10 years. Estimates of loss in the billions acre called conservative by forestry officials. Massachusetts gov. Fosler fur Colo ordered an immediate pro Gram of Cloud seeding in Hopes of manufacturing More rain. Despite heavy losses estimated Al in Iho Plymouth lire alone no deaths have been reported in he five Days of fires which Lack Ned thousands of acres of Forest and destroyed 175 Homes. Cast East and North about Miles of inc Union Pacific rail mothers will get Clouds rain Here the Weatherman he fears Mother s Day will not be a Good Day for Akong Mother out for a Spring stroll. He predicts mostly Cloudy Nellh showers. High today will be Only about 60 and the Low tonight Road tracks opposite Forl Hall. The new Highway would inter sect the Bulyc Branch line of the u. P. And he present Highway 91-191 at an interchange about two Miles Southwest of the South City limits of Blackfoot. The hew location of inner Sale u. S. 30 would diverge from exist ing Highway 30 at a proposed interchange near inc Power county line and proceed Easl crossing Chisling Highway 91-191 near the South limits of Chuchuck connecting with a proposed inter state Highway 91-131 at an inter change about one mile East of Chubbuck. Outlining the plans will be a. E. Johnson slate Highway depart ment chief locating Engineer n. F. Mccoy department planning officer Kenneth Oviatt. Area Engineer of inc u. S. Bureau of roads All of Boise and c. E. Aldrich Pocatello Highway department District Engineer. President Eisenhower and wartime Friend British Field marshal Viscount Montgomery leave president s plane at Gettysburg where they will spend weekend together at president s farm. The world War in com Manders planned to tour Gettysburg civil War Battle Field a wik photo social Security gets area teacher nod Idaho Ica ehrs voted overwhelmingly Friday to conic under tiler in social Security if the Poca Lello area Vole any indication Public school teachers Here approved Hie measure 270 to 17 Lili Idaho stale College staff and foe ully members voted to 3 i favor of die provision according to blur m. Reports from other area schoo districts showed 101 for and 5 against in Black font 32 favourable Voles in soda Springs and 33 of firm alive Voles in american Falls there were no negative Voles in if her soda Springs or american palls. Teachers in he Boise school sys pm United press report cd voted 515 to 29 for the proposal according to supt. D. C. De Beau Mon. Wulser teachers vol cd 50 o 2, in Avor of inc program official results were to be announced As soon As possible by he slate department of Ion it was announced by Allon 1. Jones superintendent of Public . Season scarfs West Mon. The tourist season of this Amous National Park officially opened saturday As tourist Cabins act cola and repair garage at famous old faithful Geyser were Plenert o inc Public. The Park s general store opened Lay j. Officials said the read through he Park from the Wisl Clrance o the Madison Junction South told faithful and. Then North to warm old hot Springs also was opened to traffic saturday. It s interesting inside skiers boost new area near 10. Denial convention to Mecl 12. Chamber charts program to ill act 1. Teachers Here Casl their ballots in inc College and Al each school n class a District 25. Machinery the slalom wide Clellon was set up by Clio n of the 1957 legislature. Gov Robert e. Smyre . Quick the lows election Coli ducted by fare the school year ended. If teachers in Oiler communing approved coming under life so Cial Security by slim these will w inc results All Idaho including Liliose who Are nol member of the stale retirement system be covered by social secur y. 2. For members covered by he cell Temerl system or who Are Imer contract for Sulci employment n the Dale agreement is executed of social Security the overage will be retroactive Ian. 1, 19sg. The employees a x or the retroactive coverage we Ujj be paid from the individual Leach hrs contributions on Deposit in the talc Rell rement system 3. Teachers hired in Idaho Aru or Jan. 1, 1958 will not Nam bars of the state retirement a Stem unless they apply. 4. Members of lie retire meet a slim As of Jan. 1958 May led to quit being members Wilh n six months after july 1, il958, f they drop out of the slate ire in cent system Hoy cannot re oin. Supt. Gerald r. Wallace., an Oun cd he tabulation by Schootz 5 follows Pocatello 58 alomeda1 Junior , 0 yes 4 no Franklin arid Irving Umlor High schools both 16 yes Bonneville elementary school 10 Emerson elementary school 2 yes Grcen acres elementary school 18 yes Jefferson Elethen Ary school 23 yes 1 no Lewis my Clark elementary school 17 3 no Lincoln elementary school 3 yes Roosevelt Elemen Ary school 14 yes Tendoy Elt Centary school 9 yes Tyhee Ilc Mcnary school 10 yes 2 no a Ashington elementary school 13 6 no whilst or elementary school 13 yes and office. 9 yes. Morse hits dam critics Salt Lake City sen. Wayne Morse a or a criticized upper Colorado River storage project supporters saturday for not backing a High dam at Hells can Yon. He also varned thai the coming vote on legislation of authorize a High dam Al Hells Canyon prob ably will be the last Chance o save this Namsik for full develop ment in the Public Morse told the concluding ses Sion of the two Day Western Stales Walcer and Power conference Hal Hells Canyon is in Symbol of a people s determination to resist underdevelopment for Quick prof it and lie perpetration of monopoly. H thai jumbo is destroyed the forces of profit plunder will know do sen. Arthur v. Watkins had said earlier saturday thai sen. Morse and i Are on opposite sides of the Fence on the High Hells Canyon is be but i can As sure you members Ron the up per Colorado River Hasin that the senior senator from Oregon has not joined other spokesmen Tor the Northwest in their unfair and a lacks upon the col Orado Walkons praised the Eisenhower administration reclamation policies and defended the recent lax write off granted to the Idaho Power co., on its Hells Canyon dams. I Clyde t. Ellis executive Man Ager of the National Rural elec tric cooperative Assn. Called for a Federal system for the upper Colorado River storage project. He said without such a system the poner companies will get All the benefits of upper col Orado the people will , and Public support will be Loste. M. Naughton president of Utah Power and log he also Lold the Power conference or owned utilities Are ready will ing _ and Able to build transmission lines to Load centers without perverting1 the upper Colorado project into a Federal Power plan by insisting that the government build Icse Naughton said Irrig Alors ind users of municipal water can very it Llo toward he Cost of Iii pro Cal incr before Power mint sold o. Whomsoever kill highest

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