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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited tot MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NIWSPAPER THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS NIICHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LX11I Anodxted Pnss wid United rfuli Seven Cents Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY NOVEMBER f Thii Paper Comists ot Two Got 27 Police Force Planning Rushed FOLLOWING LOVELESS ELECTION Commissions Face Shakeup DBS MOINES IDPA Some well known Republican state officials will join Gov Leo A Hoegh on the political side lines next year After Iowa inaug urates its first Democratic gov ernor in 20 years many appoint ive officials will be replaced on state boards and commissions Herschel Loveless through six appointments will have control of the Iowa State Board of Regents governing body of the institutions of higher edu cation A new insurance commission er will be named a new labor commissioner is to be selected The Republicans will lose one commissioner or member each on the Tax Commission Liquor Control Commission Board of Parole Board of Control Board of Social Welfare Employment Security Commission Loveless will have three ap pointments to make on the Con servation Commission five on the Board of Health two on Natural Resources Council two on the Real Estate Commission and several on other minor boards and commissions A new state personnel director will be named The state comp troller serves at the pleasure of the governor The term of the state superintendent of banking expires next year Unusual circumstances will give Loveless control through ap pointments of the Board of Re gents President Dwight Rider Fort Dodge and Democrat V B Hamilton Hampton are serving Hospital vs Doctor Rift Is Patched Preliminary OK Given DES MOINES represen tatives of the Iowa Medical So oiety and Iowa Hospital Assn Thursday night reached prelimin ary agreement in a hospitaldoc tor dispute involving employment of medical specialists by hos pitals In effect the agreement states radiology and pathology are medical services performed or supervised by physicians with personnel and facilities provided by the hospital Charges for such services however are to be col lected by the hospital on behalf of the doctors The 13 point agreement will be submitted next Thursdayfor ap proval to both the medical socie ty and hospital association Court Ruling The controversy resulted from an attorney generals opinion and Polk County District Court ruling which held that hos pitals employing medical special ists were practicing medicine il legally The case is now before the Iowa Supreme Court The joint declaration which also suggests that its principles be legalized by legislation wher ever needed stated that owner ship maintenance and operation of laboratory and Xray facilities is a proper function of the hos pital It said pathology and radiology services in hospitals result from joint contributions by hospitals doctors and technicians but they constitute medical services which must be performed by or under direction and supervision of a Other Points Other points in the agreement include No hospital will have the right to direct control or interfere with professional medical acts and du ties of the doctor in charge of pathology or radiology depart ments or of technicians under his supervision Each hospital should arrange for such services and direction of supervision of these sections by either oral or written agreement with a doctor who is a staff mem ber or acceptable to the staff The contract between the hos pital and doctor in charge oi these facilities may contain pro visions for mutually agreed to compensation but it may in no way create the relationship oi employer and employe between the two Any percentage arrangement made shall not be construed to be unprofessional conduct on the part of the physician or in viola tion of state statutes upon the part of hospitals Agreed Sum Hospital admission agreements signed by patients will include statements consenting that an agreed sum will be retained by the hospital in accordance with arrangements made between the doctor and hospital Feesto be charged for radiol logy and pathology services are to be mutually agreed upon by the hospital and the doctor anc they must be paid for as medical not hospital services Unless the department is leasec technicians and other personnel excluding doctors shall be hos pital employes M M The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy through Saturday Cooler Low Friday night 1823 High Satur day 3540 Iowa Generally fair Friday night Partly cloudy Saturday Warmer south Friday night and extreme west Saturday Colder extreme north Friday night and northeast and extreme east Sat urday Low Friday night 20s north 30s south Five day Iowa Temperatures Saturday through next Wednes day will average from near normal to 5 degrees below nor mal Normal highs 46 north to 53 south Normal lows 27 north to 32 south Warmer Sunday Colder Monday and Tuesday Little or no precipitation is in dicated for the period Minnesota Light snow cold GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Thursday 39 Minimum Thursday night 25 At 8 Friday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum All About 30 34 20 Algona Man Drowns in Woden Creek WODEN Frank Skilling 58 Algona drowned in a small creek which runs through a gravel pit near here His body was discovered in the creek Thursday Coroner John Schutter said the man apparently ell into the creek and was drowned Skilling who was partially dis abled had been employed as a gas attendant for trucks hauling gravel from the pit He lived in a small shack there Loveless Says He Wants More to Stay as Demo Chairman DES MOINES UP Herschel Loveless said here Thursday that Jake More has been an excellent state Demo cratic chairman and he wants him to remain in that post Jake has done a fine said Loveless the first Iowa Democrat to win election as gov ernor in 20 years More had been under some fire before the election especially from supporters of Adlai Steven son More served as Midwest campaign manager for Gov Av erell Harriman of New York whan the latter sought the presi dential nomination New Rioting Breaks Out in Budapest Red Cross Aid Is Accepted VIENNA Hungarian Reds announced that fierce new fighting erupted in blazing Buda pest Friday They announced they would accept Western Red Cross aid provided it is chan neled through Communist Yugo slavia Communistcontrolled Bud apest Radio broadcast an an nouncement by the official Hun garian MTI news agency that the Sovietsponsored government oi puppet Janos Kadar has acceptec offers of aid from the Inter national Red Cross But it added that this would be allowed into the battletorn coun try only if it is sent through Yugoslavia with guarantees tha it contains no weapons or agents of exiled rightist for mer Hungarian Regent Adm Nicholas Horthy Organize Aid Convoy The Soviets have charged thai Horthy agents and arms were sent to the Hungarian rebels through the Red Cross The MTI announcement appeared to be de signed to press this propaganda allegation while at the same time taking advantage of desperately needed Western medical aid and food The International Red Cross is organizing in Vienna a convoy of trucks from a number of Western nations Earlier announcements by the Red run Budapest Radio said rebels holed up in the narrow streets of the old city near the former royal palace had launched new attacks on the So viet forces Other fighting ragec on both sides of the Danube and fire raced through two vast ho Royal and the Continen days after the Reds had claimed complete victory Freedom Broadcast Hungarians in Milan Italy claimed to have heard a very faint broadcast by a freedom station claiming that at least Hungarians have been killed in the struggle since Sun day This broadcast claimed tha Budapests 14th district was burning fiercely and that fight ing continued in the 8th district It also claimed that Hun garians died at Dunapentele am that fighting continued at Gyoer Stpron and at the Tatavian coa mines nterim appointments The Senate refused to confirm Hoeghs reap pointment of these men to the oard Loveless will replace them Vacancy Exists In addition Mrs Frank Brooks Mt Vernon has resigned and the vacancy still exists Her term runs until June 30 1959 Three other members terms expire June 30 1957 They are Mrs Villard Archie Shenandoah Carl Fredrickson Sioux City and Har ry Hagmann Waverly Mrs Brooks Frederickson and Mrs Archie are Republicans Others whose terms expire nexi June 30 include Ray Johnson Muscatine Iowa tax commission and former state comptroller Harold Wolfe Mason City chair man of the Liquor Control Com mission Rolla Glenn Osceola Board of Social Welfare Otto Henningsen Clinton Board of Pa role J Claire Blodgett Cedar Rapids Employment Security ommission Oliver Bennett Mapleton state insurance commissioner was giv en an interim appointment by Gov Hoegh The term of Health Commis sioner Dr Edmund G Zimmerer Des Moines expires July 1 The terms of five doctors serving on the state board of health expire in January Board of Control On the Board of Control the erm of Republican Henry W Burma expires in June Terms of the two other board members one a Democrat and the other a Republican do not expire now Terms of three Republicans on the Conservation Commission em in June They are Joe Stanton Des Moines Floyd S Pearson Decorah and E G Trost Web ster City The term of Newton P Black banking superintendent since 1946 expires June 30 Republicans will dominat the highway commission Th terms of Emery Loomis Water loo and Mel Graham Audubon expire in June Both are Demo crats The other three commis sioners including Robert Beck the chairman are Republicans Frank Means Manilla is labor commissioner His term expires in June He is a Republican On ihe state printing board the term of Richard R Eby Moulton Re publican expires On nearly all state commissions and boards the law provides for members from both political par ies with the control going to the party of the governor in power 3n threeman commissions for instance two members would be from one party On fivemember commissions political division would be three and two Mrs Beardsley Files Suit for DES MOINES widow o the late Gov William S Beard sley Thursday filed a damage suit in Polk County Dis trict court for injuries she claimed were received in the autotruck crash which fatally in jured her husband on Nov 21 1954 Named as defendants were the Hawkeye Truck Leasing Service owner of the truck involved anc John Gardner Des th driver Gov Beardsley then 53 died almost instantly after hi car hit the rear of the slow mov ing rented truck on Highway 6 about one mile north of De Moines AP WI rep ho to SHIPS BLOCK SUEZ CANAL This is a view of the Port Said harbor show ing ships sunk by the Egyptians to block the vital passage British and French forces are busy clearingthe waterway so that traffic can be resumed AP Wirephoto HOUSE LEADERS AT MIDEAST PARLEY Rep Charles Halleck House Speaker Sam Rayburn and Rep John McCormack DMass arrive at the White House for a conference with President Eisenhower They were part of the group called in to discuss the Middle East situation Iowa Could Support 30 Big Industries in 6 Categories DES MOINES UP A The types of industries which the statewide industrial survey shows that 30 industries of six major closed because the commission categories could be supported in said this information would help the state the Iowa Development competitive states Commission said Friday The 30 industries were broken The survey had the overall obdown into these groups Chem jective of an approach to inical processing metal working creased payrolls and making and machinery packaging elec greater use of farm products trical and electronics equipment nondurables and a selection o eight additional industrial devel opment o pp OT t unities well adapted to smaller communities The survey was made by Fan tus Area Research of New York L Clinton Hoch the firms secretary treasurer comment ed Iowa can meet the needs of these 30 industries It probably could support more than 30 but U S Willing to Accept Hungarian DPs WASHINGTON United States joined European nations Friday in offering haven for Hun garians who fled before the re turn of Russiandominated rule in their country President Eisenhower directed Thursday that up to of the refugees be admitted under the Refugee Relief Act which set up special immigration quotas and procedures for victims of Com munist aggression Pierce J Gerety deputy ad ministrator of the act made it clear that red tape will be cut to the minimum saying We are going to get the people in Through White House Press Secretary James C Hagerty Eis enhower called for American vol lunteers to assure employment bousing and financial aid for the refugees Such assurances are needed under the law which re quires also that refugees be screened for security Gerety said the laws provisions will be met but added We are going to use extraor dinary measures to do two things sure we dont get the wrong ones and make sure we get the processing Two Persons Die in Toledo Crash TOLEDO persons were tilled in the collision of two cars on Highway 63 five miles north of here Friday Coroner Harvey Jones identi ied the dead as Dean D Thomas 51 Traer attorney and Carl A Steimel about 50 Route 1 Wa terloo Jones said the Thomas car was leading south and Steimels car was going north The two cars met just below the crest of a hill colliding almost headon the coro ner said here Thursday t Q 1 itate could support were not dis KATZDIES KANSAS CITY ttIsaac Katz chairman of the Executive Com mittee of the Katz Drug died Friday hese 30 are the ones which can be developed most easily and the most quickly There may be others which can grow along with the 30 Bu the survey proves that Iowa can support these 30 In some of these Iowa ca serve the industries better tha other The commission said other re leases will be later con cerning the survey but the in formation will not disclose th specific industries the state wii seek Neither will the release disclose the names of the compa nies which could profitably locate in Iowa the commission said Clyde Hendrix Clinton com mission chairman commented The study points the way to ex pedite industrial development in Iowa We now can go out and do a better selling Hoch said in his report The real significance lies in he potential of spreading manu facturing over a broad area and a wider utilization of Iowas agri cultural resources Therefore the report provides a sound founda ion on which industrial develop ment can be built for the benefi of communities throughout the state and for the bolstering of the gricultural economy The logical fit of these in dustries for Iowa is sufficiently great to merit immediate promo lonal efforts and active solicita ion by industrial development groups We are confident that a rogram which has this specific emphasis and direction cannot fail to bring substantial returns to the Nasser Denies That His Arab Allies Failed Him CAIRO Egypt Wi President Nasser declared Friday the United States and Soviet Russia were with us when Egypt de fended herself against British French and Israeli attacks He denied his Arab allies had failed him The Egyptian President de clared the Arab allies were ready to fight but he rejected their aid because he did not want to spread the war King Saud contacted me by telephone and said the Saudi Arabian army and money were at Egypts Nasser said in a talk at El Azhar Mosque Nasser said President Shukri Kuwatly of Syria also offered to intervene in the fight but he re jected the offer because he did not want to involve Syria AP Wirephoto SUPERVISOR DIES MIDEAST HIGH SPOTS The map locates embattled ANAMOSA UP Henry Fort Said W and Cyprus where Britain will with Rickels 64 Anamosa a member draw some troops and Air Force units Israel wants of the Jones County Board of to keep its troops in the Gaza Strip 3 and also wants i lr ml n I f tn O u A Israeli Reverse Stand Agree to Quit Egypt UNITED NATIONS sraeli agreement to pull iti out of Egypt and Britains nnouncement that it is withdraw ing some military units from the ast Mediterranean spurred ef orts Friday to rush a police orce to the Middle East At Washington m e a n w h ile resident Eisenhower and 23 ongressional leaders discussed ie tense Middle East situation or hours The legislators left ie closed meeting using such erms as grave and ut there were some expressions f optimism over the fact that ie peak of the crisis may have assed Prime Minister Eden told the ouse of Commons in London hat many Royal Air Force quadrons would be pulled out of Cyprus at once Eden also said British assault and commando rbups will be moved out of Egypts Port Said He said they ill be replaced by infantry units ntil the police force moves nto Egypt Contingent Returned A dispatch from Famagusta Cyprus said a contingent of sh paratroops already had re turned there after spending three days on the Port Said beach Some Air Force units would remain on Cyprus but it will now be possible for many squadrons to fly In an he added with the ground organization in existence they can be redeployed in Cyprus and Malta within a matter of He also said additional infantry reserves would remain on Cyp rus Quiet was reported on the Suez Canal battlefront as of ficials worked at top speed to mobilize the international police orce Secretary General Dag Ham marskjold hinted that the first units of the force would reach Egypt very Informed sources said plans call for getting two teams of about 40 men each on the scene as soon as possible and to fol ow up with a final force ex pected to number from to men or more Seventeen members have volunteered o contribute to the police organ zation The Big Powers are ex cluded from service with the orce Quick Israels agreement to withdraw ts troops represented an over night change of policy after strong appeal from President Ei ienhower Israeli Premier David ienGurion told his Parliament Wednesday Israel would not yield any Israeli or Israeli occupied erritory to any foreign force vhatever it was called Thursday night Israelis for eign minister Golda Meir mes saged Hammarskjold that the government of Israel will with draw its forces from Egypt im mediately upon the conclusion of satisfactory arrangements with the United Nations in connection with the emergency international Egypt had agreed to accept the General Assembly resolution set ting up a command for the Suez area So far as could be learned however no additional word had been received from Cairo on acceptance of the po lice force itself Hammarskjold said he re garded Egyptian agreement to the establishment of the command as acceptance of the force But as nations volunteered contributions he asked Egypt if each nationality was acceptable to keep the islands of Tiran and Sanafir Egyptian troop buildup has been reported at Ismailia SAME   

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