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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited lor the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Auociated Press and United Frets Full Lease Wires Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1955 This Paper Consists of Two No 212 Israeli Attack Breaks Gaza CeaseFire Highways Are Crowded With Holiday Travelers Special Session Assured Legislators All Agreed DES M01XES The chances of Iowa having two special ses sions of the Legislature in the next year or so is pretty remote But having one late in 1956 is practi cally a certainty This outlook is based on an Asso ciated Press survey of the law makers who attended State Day at the State Fair earlier this week A good share of them were polled a clear majority opposed a special session now There has been agitation recently for a special session soon It has been proposed that the lawmakers provide for legislative reapporlion nient set highway speed limits Governor Issues Warning Speed Limit Is Urged 22 Slain in Latest Fighting TwoDay Lull Ends From Our Wire Seryices From Otsr Wire Srrrlcrf Holidaying lowans crowded thej t n n i j v states highways Saturday as the DRAMATIC workers and police won a ilong Labor Day weekend beganj twohour battle Friday to rescue Peter Bobish 38 from a sewer cavein in Pittsburgh Pa At left Bobish has his CAIRO Israeli arm ored force attacked an Egyptian post in the northern area of the iGaza Strip Saturday an official Egyptian spokesman said He claimed 22 Israelis were believed killed and many others wounded with no casualties reported among Egyptians The spokesman said the Israel attack was led bv four armored with pleasant weather luring thou sands on trips j Two youngsters were killed when v itheir car crashed near Panora FriJ iday night just a few hours after Ijithe official start of the threeday j l Gov Leo A Hoegh has calledj for a voluntary speed limit of miles an hour during the daytime j land 50 miles an hour at night Hej warned that it would become mani jdatory if the traffic toll rose quick head and shoulders free at center hes half uncovered and at right hes freed A physician gave him a sedative during the rescue operation in front and Caterpillar tracks in Hoegh Calls Drought Parley KID to launch a i Nne Planes legalize the sale of liquor by thej career as a skin diver is Todd Highway patrolmen drink and clarify provisions for Ratliff 2 who is weighted down Guard planes and a helii with equipment beside a pool at the new and shorter state income tax form Almost to a man they expressed support for a special session on tax revision about a year hence The 1955 Legislature created a spe cial Tax Study Committee It has said it will present its recommen dations about Sept l 1956 Gov Leo Hoegh has said he will call a special session after that for ac tion on the committees recommen dations Some Chance Those legislators who said theyj favor a special session now ex plained that their positions are based on the assumption that rej apportionment would be taken upj and have some chance of Some said they also would like to see enactment of a speed limit j While they looked hopefully on those two points only one or two said they would like to take up liquor by the drink And no one gave any consideration to the in come tax form matter I Those who opposed a special sesj sion now were practically unani rnous in the view that conditions are not such as to warrant Some called attention to the cost of a special session But many more pointed out that the 1955 Legislature chose not to provide for reapportionment re fused to set highway speed limits and voted down liquor by thej drink Those lawmakers whoj brought up these points also rej minded that the same members would attend any special session DOW Of the legislators interviewed at State Day 28 flatly opposed a special session now 20 favored but with reservations and nine said they were undecided Hoegh said later without being aware of the AP survey that he would like to include reapportion ment with tax revision when the tax special session comes along but that he would poll the lawmak ers on reapportionment first He is anxious for reapportionment Two Roadblocks It also developed that there ap parently are two roadblocks against putting through a reappor tionment measure in a tax special copter to watch motorists from the Hollywood Fia Son of the Rev and al available partolmen and Mrs Dale Ratliff Todd alWere put on duty in an effort to ready has learned to down accidents Iowas last holiday weekend the j Fourth of July was its most tragic j ing will come later Reports Polio SerumWorks for lowans Health Department Goes on Record Heof Wave in California to Continue DES studv of currance of this terrible loss af Two of four teenaged youngsters returning from a picnic were killed about Friday when their i Its Round and Round and Round THE MULBERRY BUSH BALTIMORE man walked into a bar on busy Pennsylvania 1 Friday night and suddenly began chasing woman They took a few fast turns around the bar zoomed into the i outdoors up the street Every time the man got close enough he reached out and grabbed a piece of her clothing j The whole thing ended up in a barber shop where the girl took i refuge wearing only shoes and one other item of clothing By that time police said about 350 people were gathered Betty L Edwards 34 and Gilbert L Walker 32 both of Balti were charged with disorderly conduct No explanation of their given Asks Release of Low Quality Surplus Corn Conference Set for Sept 17 Dr RaJPfa Heeren director of jcar plunged off a gravel road atthe of preventable disj LOS ANGELES Southern a curve two miles said the studv is additional Californias hottest beat wave Panora Jly impressive because the vac J had received continued Saturday in the wake i Gar Marchant 17 youngsters of 10 100 cases Charlene Bryan 15 both of GuthrieionJv their first shot Amnnir 11 1 Poor Weather Delays Bendix Trophy Evenf Iowa children PHILADELPHIA L3VThe Bendix i The group exhibits occupied fivej I The spokesman said two of the vehicles were destroyed He said the Israeli force also at tacked the refugee camp of Al jbreig near Gaza but retreated un jder heavy Egyptian fire The ex I change of fire lasted 70 minutes jbut no refugees were hurt the pokesman added CeaseFire Ended j The ceasefire which had kept j things calm Thursday and Friday ino longer prevailed First word that violence was I again erupting on Gaza frontier after a twoday lull came from where an Israeli S spokesman said Egyptian and 1s jraeli forces were engaging in a i heavy artillery duel The Israeli spokesman said the duel began after Egyptian outposts began shelling areas of Been and MOKES J Gov LeoYad Morcechai settlements has called a drought coui Both settlements are near the ference for Sept 17 and also Egyptianheld Gaza strip Both Fri the federal government to night and the night before low quality surplus corn for bardJsraeli sources said Egyptian in pressed farmers in the state jffltrators dynamited But that The governor said Friday farmwas the only violence before Sat ers in southwest Iowa and elsejurdays reported attacks where are being invited to appear Cairo Radios Voice of the at the conference to be held inArabs declared in a broadcast Henderson in Mills County and tesj monitored in Jerusalem Friday tify on both the effects of that from today there will be no weather and on the firm culture iturned in a ditch situation price more Egyptian complaints to the i United Nations no more Mixed iji a i T p And the Weather Bureau prei Gary Grow 17 and Joy reported only two of which T i l rfoitlic User UA st here serious injury have occurred among this group Saturdays Benjamin T the ison 17 also of Guthrie Center es ere listed as paralytic No morning I general manager said it was Se tomers hifl Ye t serious injurv Shave occurred among this conditions greatest display of air power at a price thev can pav TheTrlaTcl said once Fvnt Sheriff J C McCool said Heeren said there are conflicti Officials of the show said the restassembled in one place to take care of their Fridav the mercury boiled up to ant the driver apparently was reports as to whether the twoof the opening day program might At a preshow dinner for foreign familiar with the road and missedcases as paralytic actuallyhave to be cancelled if the weather air attaches Friday night Airj LOW Price the turn jwere paralytic Two other casesjdidnt improve j Force Secretary Donald A Quarles Hoegh said he hoped such cornj be made available to the 308 in Los Angeles It hit 110 the day before an alltime high Wednesday the maximum was 101 Scorching temperatures have intensified several damaging fires One of them Friday cost the lives of five persons and in jured 11 others at La Habra 22 miles southeast of here The dav before a fire at San Dimas 25 miles east destroyed 12 homes and damaged scores of others Five deaths were directlv at Perfect Weather Perfect holiday weather is jwere not specfied as either or paralytic non The early morning sky was overJ declared that weapons have cast and the forecast called for occome so powerful that it would be prospect for lowans over the week Among approximately rain or drizzles during thej suicide for any group end Fair skies and moderate children aged 5 through noon temperatures with nights onwno did not receive vaccine there farmers at to a bushel j enters the battle she will make igood her losses and those of the I other Arab End in Sight said one million doordie The Bendix a race of six North other nation Quarles attentive audience in the cool side are predicted jhave been 41 cases of polio Four American FlOOC Super Sabres Over the nation as a these cases were paralytic miles from George Air eluded the air attaches of the U fiftysever traffic deaths had of the four was fatal Force Base Victorville S R and of two Communist sat been reported by noon I think the figures indicate that j rescheduled for Sunday No drownings had been reportedjfne vaccine is preventing polio and The governor talked by telephone jof use force against anjwith Marvin McLain director Whpr natinn the grain division of the ity Credit Corp in Washington map and that at last have found a way to whose end is in Before Saturdays incident the Friday Hoegh said McLain ex pressed some hope of obtainingonly to mar i cease fire was an Egyptian com iellite nations Czechoslovakia anditbe release of lower quality corn The planes were expected easily droughtstricken farmers on a small set and only two miscellaneous it i making it Dr to break the transcontinental The world must know in all state ReP H ine The National Safety Council basHeeren said In addition theserecord of three hours 46 minutescertainty that while we will never said that estimates n a tributed to the heat on Thursday estimated that 400 persons will be results are based on only one inand 33 seconds held by a Republic strike the first blow we will ifindicate the farmers of Mills Counthe violation left d 1 f and five more Friday killed in traffic accidents during Thunderstreak a plane construck most assuredly strike back M harvest less than 20 bush ihpra con Losses in poultry and rabbits uhe holiday period from 6 Dr Heeren stressed that moresiderably slower than the FlOO a decisive Quarles said els of corn to the acre this dv kll d were so staggering that a Los lime Friday to midnight conclusive estimates of the vaci Big crowds were expected for Quarles said the air show should Hoeghs followed fJ EO reinforcements for Angeles County Farm Bureau of ficial appealed to National Civil Defense Director Val Peterson to declare this a disaster area per mitting farmers to apply for dis aster loans It was estimated that scorching temperatures had killed three million dollars worth of chickens and rabbits Damage to vegetable and fruit crops mounted with serious losses predicted if the hot spell doesnt break soon Some lemons and Valencia oranges have suf fered damage Isolated damage has been reported to such tender vegetables as tomatoes and Monday The toll cines effectiveness can be made the openina day of the threeday convince the visitors that there the aPPeal of for the threeday Rafter another year when the Labor Day weekend was 539 fromcinated youngsters will have all accidents including 364 in trafceived their full course of shots military aircraft ever j vacshow which officials described be no question about 0urHaslingsformer Iowa Democratic re greatest peacetime display ofiability to maintain our world to Washington offij t lots militarv aircraft pvpr nsspmhlpri UitiYm in air nmvpr icials for help for Iowa and Nei Governor Lectures Missouri Trucker on Speed Habits DES MOINES CP Gov Leo Hoegh who asked that motorists j voluntarily cut their speed on Iowa session and repeating it in the next slrins beans jhighways over the Labor i regular session as Hoegh would Some nurserv stock has been the word person SOlltfrtilltrrrttt J like done to hurry it along The reapportionment plan Hoegh wants enacted would involve an amendment to the constitu tion To become plan would have to be approved in two consecutive Legislatures and then by a vote of the people in the fol lowing general election One block is that the tax study corn mittee is not expected to re port until Sept 1 next year That would mean that at best reappor tionment could not be passed the first time until about midSeptem ber It is highly doubtful whether the committee could finish its work much before Sept 1 The other block is that once a constitutional amendment has been passed there must be legal notice given of that fact 90 days prior to the following general election iiui oti otutiv uccil n T burned but the 20 million dollar a a Mlssoun year cut flower crop has not been hard hit as yet Frida The Weather Mason City Fair warm Fair and warmer Minnesota Clearing cool Globe Gazette weather data to 8 Satur day Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum I The governor was driving from j Ames to Des Moines observing the 50mileanhour nighttime speed jlimit he had suggested when a truck passed him at high speed Hoegh radioed ahead asking that the truck be halted Police stopped the truck at the Des Moines limits When the governor arrived on the scene he gave the driver a personal lecture on highwaj safety It had not been generally known that the governors official car carried a twoway radio SMALL ESTATE LOS ANGELES Brazilian Singer Carmen Miranda left an es moving across the Suez from the western bank to eireinforce the Gaza garrison in case I of emergency National Guards men once trained to fight the Brit BURXED TO bodies of two arrows who burned toVeaTh tatr of only plus an income Friday in hattlinjr a brush fire near La Habra lie on the scorched earth minutes WARMER jof a year after the flames passed Thirteen other volunteers were burned for help for Iowa braska farmers hurt j drought Quick Steps Wearin said Wednesday he hadJto Gaza telephoned Kenneth Scott assistant The Egyptian high command in secretary of agriculture asking the eastern zone and the Suez Ca that immediate steps be taken forjnai area at ismaiiia cancelled dis emergency financing for farmers charge orders for troops complet jin drought areas military service and cancelled j Hoegh said Rep Emlin Bergeson leaves City visited him Friday j Thecairo reports said the Egvp jand asked that the state urge government also adopted federal government to release corn stringent internal security meas to droughtstricken farmers Hoegh ures piacing large police forces at i said he had called Washington points m the cities and check jfore the Sioux City representative fog tnose entering vital govern arnved nient senices Regarding the Henderson confer ence the governor said evenone I will be given an opportunity to istate his He said he Uea4 Truckina scheduled the conference at Henj SQQ TUCKing jderson because I wanted to see DES MOINES Sawyer first hand what the problem is becn named presi that badly hit section of the of the Iowa Motor Truck to succeed E W Harlan of Des Moines elected to a twoyear term on the associations board of directors Other officers elected Friday were Otto Wichelmann Clinton vice president and G F Ardery Charles City E F Bock Garner L I McComb Oakland Robert Lytel Portland Peter Pap pas and I John son Joliot SAME board Winterset Man to   

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