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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 14, 1958, Mason City, Iowa r North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fee HOME EDITION VOL H Auoclated International Full HE NEWSFAPEI THAT MAKES ALL NORTH I 0 W A N S N E I G H I 0 ft S 7e t COPTI MASON CltY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST H W8 BACK 16 NEEDS Thli Paper Con list i at Two Airliner Crashes in Atlantic in Slaying Special Tax Last Hurdle Relief Held Likely WASHINGTON Bills call ing for wideranging special tax benefits neared the final hurdle in Congress Thursday L SenateHouse conferees Wedries day night adjusted differences on a trio of measures toafford tax relief tor small business movie theaters community swimming pools and skating rinks stocl brokers parochial schools whisky distillers gold mines investors and a myriad of other taxpayers At the same time the legisla tion would close loopholes in the law which deny retired couples larger credits on their retirement income orallow U S citizens to escape federal estate taxes by taking vup residence in Puerto Rico Alsopolicemen andother peace officers would be denied the right to deduct daily subsistence allow ances from theirtaxable income THI ARE but a few of many provisions contained iri three complex bills revising the revenue laws making adjustment in the excise tax laws and setting up special tax relief for small busi ness concerns IWednesday passed a broad federal aid to educatior bill designed to help meet the by Soviet scien tificadvances The bill was passed 6226 after a session lasting 14 While generally similar to a measure passed by the House last week there are differences that remain to be compromised Cost bill was esti mated at about Th House measure would cost abou 910 million dollars A feature of the Senate bill is provision for the award of abou 23000 college scholarships annu ally tooutstanding students par ticularly in the fields of science mathematics and foreign Ian guages THE HOUSE eliminated compe titive scholarships voting instead to earmark the money for a stu dent loan program The Senate however scalec down the amount of scholarshi awards provided in its bill by adopting 4642 an amendmen sponsored by Sen John S Coope The amendment would limit in dividual scholarship grants t a year or a total of 51000 fo four years of college But it coul permit needy scholarship winner to borrow up to S750 a year from the government The bill as recommended b the Senate Labor ana Public We fare Committee provided for scholarship grants of a year plus additional grants up to a year based on need The effect of Coopers amend ment was to reduce the estimated cost of the scholarship program from 280 million dollars to 80 mil lion Scene of Mason City Partly cloudy Thursday night and Friday with chance brief thundershow ers in the vicinity Highs Fri day 8084 Lows Thursday night 6064 WILLIAM DUANE WHITE The Weather LastDitch Farm Plan Passes House owa Partly cloudy with scat tered showers in east Thursday in northThursday night and over entire stateFriday Slight ly warmer Highs 84 to 92 and lows 64 to 72 Minnesota S ho w e r s cooler High Friday 7282 weather data up to 8 am Thursday Wound Fatal to Zone W Cagley f NEW Chickasaw father shot by his Wed nesday night during a family quarrel died early Thursday in a local hospital of 12guage shot gun wounds Zane Wilbur Cagley 37 was hit in the lower back with a shot gun blast soon after he and his wife returned home Chickasaw County Sheriff Gay lenFolkers reported the boy Wil bur Duane White 16 said his stepfather threatened his mother and other members of the family after they returned home THE BOY went into the bed room loaded the shotgun and fatally wounded Cagley as he made a move toward his wife Folkers said Young White went to the neigh bors to get help following the shooting The boy was arrested Wednes day night on a charge of assault withintent to do great bodily harm However the charge was Debris in Sea Dutch Plane NYBouhtl DOWN IN ATLANTIC A KLM Dutch are continuing however and a quantity Super Constellation of this type is down of debris has been spotted The crash was in the North Atlantic andthe 99 persons aboard are believed lost Search efforts the in the 40year history ofthe airline Britain Endorses Ikes Middle East Peace Plan Maximum Minimum At 8 am YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 82 64 76 82 62 WASHINGTON House pressed for action by the farm belt Thursday passed andsent to the Senate an compromise farm Yieldingtothe pressure from farmers and the cotton textile in dustry it reversed action of last week to break a legislative stale mate in the closing days of the Congress The compromise bi 11 pro changed to an open one Cagleydied at a m after Severe Weather Warning Given KANSAS CITY severe weather forecast for extreme southeastern Minnesota north eastern Iowa southern Wiscon sin and northern Illi nois was issued Thursday by the Weather Bureau A few severe thunderstorms accompanied by some large hail locally damaging surface winds and the risk ofaniso lated tornado are expected to occur this afternoon and eve ning from 1 p m until 7 p m CST specifically in an area along and 60 miles either side of a line from 30 miles north of Mason City Iowa to Mil waukee Wis it said LIQUOR RAID NEWTON UPI Warrants were issued against the AmVets Post No 5 here after state city and county authorities seized gambling devices and liquor in a raid Wednesday 4 nounced satisfactory by the Eis enhower administration and Dem ocratic House leaders was passed under abbreviated procedure re quiring a vote PASSAGE was by voice vote The bill now goes to conference with theSeriate to compromise differences Senate farm leaders announced in advance they would not accept the House bill without change The majoreffect of new farm legislation will be to forestall sharp cuts due next year in plant ing allowances for cotton and rice farmers It would peg cotton acre age at 16000000 acres and rice at this years level NO TIME for the inquest has been The shooting took placein the hqmeof CagleyatChickasaw a little hamlet about nine miles here Cagley and his 43yearold wife had just returned from an eve ning at Ionia seven miles west of here Cagley reportedly had been drinking The boy told authorities he ook the action because he couldnt stand him abusing mother any longer UNITED NATIONS NY Britain Thursday welcomed Pres ident Eisenhowers Middle East as asolid foundation for reconciling our points of view and achieving constructive The British position was out lined by Foreign Secretary Sel wyn Lloyd before the emergency session of the 81nation General Assembly which was opened Wed nesday by Eisenhower While throwing Britains full support behind the Presidents sixpoint plan for bringing po litical and economic stability to theMiddleEast Lloyd expressed sharp disappointment oVer the tone adopted by Soviet Foreign President Angry Over U S Surrender Study THE COMPROMISE also ex tends theWool Subsidy Act for another three years and approx imately doubles the amount of money available for pricesupport payments sources explained that it would eliminate dollar price floors provided under the previous House bill and provide a support floorof 65 per cent of parity For corn growers the price range would be 90 per cent of the threeyear average market price or a bushel Bill to Require Humane Livestock Slaughter OKd WASHINGTON UPI The House completed congressional action Wednesday on a bill to re Scarcely Knew Probstein Hoffa Avers WASHINGTON Uf Teamsters President James R Hoffa testi fied Thursday he scarcely knew Dave Probstein the mysteriously vanished Indianapolis taxicab op erator but had loaned him money The Senate Rackets Committee veered suddenly from its efforts H ike Gets Approve I WASHINGTON W The Senate Finance Committee Thurs day approved Hie bill increasing social security benefits by 7 per cent It voted to keep in it most of a public assistance provision objected to by President Eisenhower The bill passed the House 3752 July 31 Along withincreasing the payments to the 12 million persons on the social security rolls it would raise payroll taxes to pay for the higher benefits Secretary of Welfare Arthur S Flemmtng told the committee last Friday he would recommend a veto of the bill if the group re tained a House provision boosting public assistance grants to the states by 288 million dollars a year The committee rejected 96 a moveto strike this section of the bill But it did reduce the increase by 39 million dollars to a total of 249 million a year The group also votedto make the increase in public assis tance payments effective Jan 1 1959 instead of Oct J 1958 as in the House bill The bill is expected to come before the full Senate Friday Minister Andrei A Gromyko in theopening Soviet speech Informed quarters said Britain and the United States were in close consultation on a resolu tion dealing with part of the Eisenhower program This was understood to cover some poli tical asplecls including the estab lishing of conditionswhich would make possible the withdrawal of US forces from Lebanon and British troops from Jordan OF EISENHOWERS proposals which includes a UN police force to keep the peace in the area his economic aid plan won widest initial support Arab diplomats indicated privately they were im pressed with it although only heavily depend ent on US it open en dorsement Jordanian Delegate Monem Ri fai told the Assembly Eisenhow ers proposals fill our hearts with hope and satisfaction Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko who followed Eisenhow er to the Assembly rostrum said the economic aid program re quired careful consideration yHe insisted however that first U S troops must get out of Lebanon FROM CUE WIRE SERVICES SHANNON Ireland AKLM Royal Dutch airlines SuperCon stellation with 99 persons aboard including at least 46 Americans plunged into the stormy Norti Atlantic Thursday Survival conditions were good but no solid report that any of the airliners passengers had survived the crash The British Air Ministry said the French trawler General Le Clerc sent a message saying Can see life rafts with men on board But after a closeup look the Air Ministry said the trawler messaged again there was Msign of life visible DARKNESS was closing in swiftly on the disaster area and each passing minute dimmed hopes that any of those aboard had survived The first message from the trawler had brought hope after hours of despair in the first crack up of an economyclass airliner in the fourmonthold cut rate trans Atlantic service All indications were that the plane was beaten down into the WASHINGTON IP Ive never seen the President so mad That is how a senator describes President Eisenhowers reaction on learning of reports that defense officials are studying the possi bility of a U S surrender in a nuclear war The senator refused use of his name saying Eisenhower and De fense Department officials had urged secrecy on the matter JaTnes Hagerty White House press secretary said that the President actually was more cur ious about the study than angry He dismissed talk of any sur render plans as ridiculous Jn relating the story Wednesdaj the senator said Secretary of Defense McElroy and other Pentagon leaders had assured the quire humane slaughter of live stock President the studies were onlyj By voice vole the Houseac jcepted Senate amendments to the bill it earlier passed and sent to to identify the higherups who squelched a 1953 House investiga tion of Hoffa and plunged instead into a scrutiny of Hoffas relations with ProbsteLn Probstein titular head of the State Cab Co of Indianapolis dis appeared in 1955 and is presumed to be dead Hoffa testified he and Owen Brennan an international team sters vice president loaned Prob stein of their own funds drawn from a firm owned in the maiden names of their wives on May 14 1954 Hoffa said the money came from either the Hoburn or Test Fleet Corp two of their Michigan holdings and that only of it was paid back I dont put nothing on my wife Hoffa heatedly told the committee when its chief coun sel Robert F Kennedy asked whether it would be necessary to call Mrs Hoffa for questioning about ttic loan and British Jordan forces must leave theoretical The directive for the surrender study the senator said was made jy John B Macauley deputy as sistant defense secretary for re search and engineering It was described as part of an overall study of all possibilities of a war between the United States and the Soviet Union including conditions under which either side might be forced to surrender Eisenhower however flared at the suggestion that U S officials were even considering the possi bility of a surrender much less making a study the senate in formant said the While House The measure would require that altle and other meat animals be killed by a single blow or gun shot or by electrical chemical or other means that is rapid and effective It would apply only to slaugh terhouses that sell meat to the government But since the na tions major meat producers are government suppliers it could have farreaching effects Waterloo Tot Drowns in of Park CEDAR FALLS UPI Three yearold Tommy Griffith Water loo drowned Wednesday night in a small pond at Island Park here The boys parents Mr and Mrs Harry Griffin Waterloo were on a picnic in the park at the time of the mishap INJURIES FATAL MARENGO Stcin AP Photofax ELVIS MOM Ver non Presley 42 mother of singer Elvis Presley died Thursday at a Memphis Tenn hospital She had been hospital a severe ailment obtained an cmer ized with Elvis had gency furlough from his base at Fort HoodTex to visit her before she died Man Who Terrorized Sioux City Home Captured in Park SIOUX CITY 38yearold Everly man was held here Thurs day by police as the man who terrorized the Myron Thebcrt home Tuesday night Detective Chief Harry Gibbons said that Harold C Hintz admitted the armed holdup of Mr and Mrs Theberl who were held at gun point in their new home for 2Vi lours Hinlz was arrested late Wednes ay at Leif Erickson Park in orth Sioux City by two officers vho were searching for him They aid he had a 22 caliber revolver md was lunching on food he had bought at a grocery Gibbons said the gun and lad been taken in a breakin at a service station in Leeds Sioux ity suburb Aug 2 Thebert identified Hintz as the man who accosted him and his wife in their home and stayed several hours helping himself to food cigarettes a shirt and before he disappeared GROMYKO on1 Tuesday sub mitted a resolution asking the withdrawals with U N observ ers to checkupon them The fourth and last speaker at Wed nesdays session Foreign Minis ter Mahmoud Fawzi of the United Arab Republic endorsed the So viet resolution saying it was moderate and deserved considera tion He made no comment on Eisenhowers proposals The subdued tone of Gromykos The effective date would be metz 50 gored by a bull on Aug June 30 1960 The House bill had 2 died of the injuries in a specified Dec 31 1959 jpital here Wednesday More Showers in Offing for lowans Iowa can look forward to more afternoon and evening shower in the next few days That was the word Thursdaj from the Weather Bureau Rain was expected in eastern Iowa lat jerThursday in the northern part of the stale Thursday nigh and over the state Friday anc Saturday speech like that of the Soviet resolution surprised Asian and European diplomats Some ex pressed hopethat the lack of fire works in both the U S and So viet presentations presaged a smooth construclive Assembly session sea by a heavy thunderstorm KLM officials said there were 91 83 adults 5 children and 3 and crew of 8 on the Super Constellation which disappeared between Shannon Ireland and Gander Newfoundland onan AmsterdamtoNew THE DEATHS of all 99 aboard would make this the worst disasi ter a singleplane in the history of commercial avia tion The planes pilot made his last routine radio contact with Shan non at pm Wednes day 35 minutes after he had taken off from the Irish airport following a routine stopover After that there was nothing but silence Air officials said the KLM aircraft probably hit a lent wind and rain squall shortly after leaving Shannon The flight 607E was a replace ment for the normal flight 607 which left in charter Wednesday night of the replace ment Flight 6G7E was delayed nearly five hours in Amsterdam IT LEFT Shannon airport at pm Wednesday and was due in Gander at am Thursf day The pilot made a routine radio contact with Shannon at pm when the plane was approximately 200 miles west of theIrish airport But there was only silence after that and a vast international air and sea search effort got under way A Trans World Airways pilot reported encountering a terrific SAME means no leatk put U hoars OF THE AFROASIAN nations Japan was the most outspoken Foreign Office sources in Tokyo applauded the Eisenhower speech for the spirit of peace that ran through it But some sources at the United Nations were disappointed be cause he did not announce flatly any troop withdrawal In Washington congressional reaction lo the Eisenhower pro posals was generally favorable even from the Democrats Iowa Woman Drowns at Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS W Connie Cameron 20 Cedar Rapids drowned early Thursday in the Cedar River near here LOCKHEED DIES MOKELUMNE HALL Calif Ifl Lockheed 70 one of the founders of Lockheed Aircraft Co difcd Wednesday He and his brother Alien founded the firm in 1917 and sold their interests in 1930 squall in the Atlantic off Ireland We1 hit a very bad squall said Capt Everett Wolf after landing in London If that KLM plane had engine trouble she real ly might have been in a bad way WOLF SAID the Dutch plane after taking off from Shannon would have been in a lower strata of the weather than his plane It was really rough down there he said We were a bit above the weather but brother we felt it The squalls with rains lasted 25 to 30 minutest He said the KLM sky giant may have hil the squalls as it climbed out from Shannon Atomic Sub in Quest of Endurance Mark WASHINGTON W The U S atomic submarine Seawolf appar enlly is striving for i new under water endurance record while OB a cruise in the North Atlantic The USS Skate another ntn clear sub now on an exploratory trip in the North Pole region holds the record for longest undersea 31 days hours A Navy spokesman said the Sea wolf which left Groton Conn Aug 5 is undergoing tests to de termine how long the sub and its crew can function away from earths atmosphere ;