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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 1, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LX1N Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 1 1957 This Paper Consists of Two Onn No 122 Union Boss Tells of Altered Records The World Around Us Nasser Has Work Cut Out for Him Number 89 EDITORS NOTE This is one of a series of daily reports by our editor on a trip by air around the world By W EARL HALL pAIRO Egypt Its going to lake more of a miracle than Gamel Nasser to do for Egypt the things that need doing Although Cairo is a city of im pressive appearance Egypt itself is a pathetically poor nation The living standards for ils 22 mil lion people must be raised Thats Nassers job and he isnt gelling it done During time here my Ive made a point of W EARL HALL sounding out na tive feeling toward the former army colonel who chanced to bo standing along the road one day and more or less got hitchhiked into fame Dictatorship and he is a fullflowered dictator was thrust upon him Unlike Hit ler Mussolini and Pcron he didnt seek it So far as I can learn he had no Messianic com plex at the start His First Need Although Nasser is unschooled in the art of politics he was smart enough to sense that his first need was the blessing of the populace And how does one achieve that most easily By taking from those who have ant1 giving to those who have not of course Nasser has been doing this with aii his might and main but he iias had no Evita Peron to help him with the task Flying over the fabulously rich rice land at the delta of the Nile I had as a seatmate a young lad who is studying law at Egypts largest university Its here in Cairo and it stems from what is recognized as the worlds oldest institution of higher learning It ancient when Oxford and Cambridge nothing of Har vard and Yale set up for busi ness MILK STRIKE VIOLENCE Strikers at the Sussex Milk and Cream Branchville N board a truck in attempt to prevent delivery but are fought off by work menwielding baseball bats A weeklong producers milk AP Wirephoto price boycott over a tristate area appears to be losing momentum as the result of police and court action and a lack of backing by big dairy groups MOROCCO IS FIRST AFRICAN STOP Rousing Reception for Nixons RABAT Morocco Pres ident Nixon won a rousing wel come from cheering Mo roccans Friday at the outset of his good will visit to eight African nations Nixon aroused cheer after cheer from crowds packed two and three deep during much of the 10 mile InterParty Fight Flares at Capitol VKOM OUK WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES A battle be tweon Republicans and Demo crats flared into the open as Iowa Legislators prepared Friday to take their March 112 recess The stage was the House and To this lad Nasser was a hero tilc llieme concerned a proposed parade route from the airport Nixon Long live the crowds shouted in Arabic French and English Nixon and his party including his wife Pat landed at beflagged RabatSale airfield at in two U S Military Air Trans port Service DCGBs Crown Prince Moulay Hassan eldest son of the Sultan led an airport reception committee that included Moroccos prime minis ler and foreign minister The crown prince rode with Nixon dur ing the 70minttte parade The vice president immediately began an Americanstyle hand sometimes pausing to pat children on the head j Nixon said he was deeply moved by this unbelievably splendid He arranged to call promptly on Sultan Mo hammed V before starting out on a twoday round of dinners re ceptions and luncheons in his honor Moroccans who won independ ence from the French only last year have indicated they will put before the vice president requests for immediate American dollar aid in addition to help for long term economic projects The vice president who is un dollar air bases which could play a decisive role in any military showdown with Communist na tions Rights to the bases capable of handling the biggest bombers were obtained when the French ruled Morocco The Moroccos now insist on reviewing the agree ments LJ LUC vinj pi cMUCIH WilO IS Un shaking campaign He delightedjdertaking the tour to demonstrate i n f the crowds by twice stopping the limousine to get out and shake hands with persons lining the route On each occasion he walked into a crowd of some 500 persons shaking hands vigorously with American interest in emerging in dependent African nations was expected to listen without mak ing any commitments In Morocco the United States is facing delicate negotiations j M v I H H d I LVJllt menand veiled women alike and over rights to five multimillion for having seized the property of large landowners and carved it up for the countrys fanners In Egypt a ranch or a farm is an isba and a farmer is a fal The new owners have 30 years in which to then Production Reduced The effect so far has been to reduce total production some what This has resulted in a slightly lower standard of living this Nassers followers in sist is only temporary Except for the loss of revenue from a t might closed not be felt at all special sales tax exemption for farmers on certain items and re organization of state government It brought these developments Rep Merle Hagedorn Royal Democratic floor leader issued a statement saying the Republican majority failed to offer a coii struclvc program of its own orj All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy chance of snow flurries Most ly fair Saturday cooler Low Friday 1820 High Saturday near 35 Herschel Resolution Filed Three Democratic House mem bers filed a resolution asking for Here I should pause to observe thai in my brief time here Ive j uuiiua had to look for signs of Onc involved the rowing out of the Suez crisis among mhcr committee to study government economics and report back by April 5 The developments hinged main ly on two points bill which would cx about Minnesota Man Held in Death of 3 j SHAFER Minn UP Three cloudy through of a rural Shafer fam Coast Rackefs Inquiry Pushed BULLETIN WASHINGTON iff Stanley G Terry Portland pinhall ma chine operator swore Friday he never paid to Frank W Brewster West Coast Teamsters Union official in order to pro tect his pinball business He said he might have made some state ment in jest about such a payment but that he does not be lieve he made such a statement because I never gave him Brewster WASHINGTON Stanley G Terry testified Friday the minutes of a meeting of the Oregon state pinball operators organizal tion were altered to make them more factual before a jury saw them Terry an indicted Portland pinball machine operators union official said he had questioned the accuracy of the account in the minutes of one of his conversations He told the Senate Rackets In vestigatmg Committee the minutes were altered by Alvin Brown secretary of the pinball operators organization The committee did not at once get around to questioning Terry 1 New Trading Stamp Permit Bill Filed TELLS OF B Elkins former and slot of paying to Frank W Brewster head of the llstate Western Conference of Team sters to get an okay to resume pinball operations in Portland i The committee in this fourth day of public hearings in a na ionwide investigation is into charges of an alliance be f i DES MOINES bill to litween some West Coast Teamsters cense trading stamp companies Union officials and underworld issue the figures to organize and control vice and other rackets in Port 2 Plead Innocent to White Slave Traffic Charges MINNEAPOLIS Minne apolis man and woman have pleaded innocent to charges of persuading a woman to travel from Minnesota to Wisconsin for the purposes of prostitution Held here in lieu of bond each are Shirley Picciurro and Charles Lipscomb Lipscomb was named in three indictments charging him with inducing a woman to travel from Minneapolis to Mason City Iowa for prostitution from Minneapo and merchants who stamps was introduced in the House Friday by Rep Wayne Ballhagcn RNew It differs in some respects from a trading stamp bill pending in the Senate The Ballhagcn measure would require trading stamp companies to pay a license Merchants issuing the stamps would pay a S10 annual tax and a two per cent tax on gross sales for which the stamps were given Last Day Among many other bills re ceived on the last day for intro duction by individual members were these To permit municipalities to reg ulate hours during which liquor consumed in private land Nonprofit Group Under questioning by Chairman McClellan DArk andRobert F Kennedy counsel to the commit tee Terry denied that he person ally ever had altered any minutes of meetings of the organization known as Coin Machine Men of He said it is a non profit organization 1 Not I Terry told nedy when asked whether he had altered any of the minutes bv the Israelis would pull back alt her troops from the labor probers in Washington that Seattle underworld leaders and Teamster Union officials joined forces to get a friendly district attorney elected in Portland in 1954 elec tion Israeli Plan Is Awaited UNITED NATIONS A high diplomatic source said Israel would inform the 80na lion General Assembly Friday Us to Milwaukee for the same were filed too late It also would may bj clubs moving pages and retyping them But he said that Al Brown paid secretary of the organization did He did not say when this oc curred but thai he hailed Brown when he saw him in a Port land si reel enroute to hand over To allow municipalities to regulnc minutes to a grand jury late health and safely outside the municipal limits in territory which the municipality plans to Gulf of Aqaba coast and the Gaza Strip Strong Arab opposition was ex peeled if qualifications were in cluded of minutes told Brown to let me see that and started reading annex through it Lot of Talking One paye said Terry said this lo require that all trucks havpJTorry said that Terry said The withdrawals would be in line with Assembly resolutions of Feb 2 the source said He said he pointed to the book Representatives of the United states Iranee and other nations rear bumpers To allow deduction of all med ical surgical and hospital expense in figuring Iowa income tax To permit payment of about 100 World War II bonus claims which the witness related 1 said Terry must have been doing a lot of talking at this meet Terry continued Stan Terry must have been doing all the who support Israels demand for shipping rights in the Gulf of Aqaba were scheduled to speak f o 1 1 o w i ng the announcement They were expected to call for j stationing of troops of the U N Emergency Force in the dispute areas until there is no further danger of belligerent action Western Plan The Western plan was said a x j n jjiti U W U a 5 CliVj LO He said he then asked Brownjinciudc support for a mili it uinu wmnu He saut ne Uicn asked Brownjinciudc support for a UN purpose and with conspiracy injprovide for a reopening until July Are you sure Tcrrv said all lary administration of Gaza unt I alleged while save traffic beI for new applications for World that and that Brown replied he some new status for the sirin tween Mmneopolis Menomonce War II bonuses jwasnt and added lean bo worked out P Falls and Milwaukee i To legalize horse racing andt All right Ill cluing it Ill Washington informants said the urday Cooler extreme east Sat urday Low Friday night northeast 25 southwest 18 ily were found beaten to death with a sledge hammer Friday Fiveday owa Temperatures will average near to slightly be low normal Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs are Mr and Mrs Emery i Person both 60 and their daugh Mrs Piccuirro was named injparimulucl belting The measure would set up a system of license the last two indictment make it more faclua James B Elkins Porllahd United Slates a Israel have number of rr Q p AJ 1 J J 1 1 11 13 I I V i 11 II t L U Oi District Court attaches fees create a state racing comlblcr was iho witness who tesliiSovernmeiiLs in the last few davs llfl I Il f rHfl tV rlM I I H 111 i t n n i TI jl n i I I ml i ff 3 said trial probably would up within three week come mitteo and provide betting strict nilesjfied Thursday that paying to Hrewster tnlrl him Jin an effort to obtain wide back billbcards arc aimed at keeping issue alive and grimfaced soldiers are doing their stuff But war conditions Met by Chance For what seemed to be the most representative estimate of Nasser I could find let me recall my evening with Mohammed Korayem a 23yearold Cairo lad whose specialty is import and ex port trade Hes rather recently out of the university with a de gree in economics I met up with him by chance at a late evening dining spot SI million a year on gasoline for obtained gasoline tax refunds be cause they the gasoline for 36 north to 44 south Normal he had l lows 16 north to 21 south Pa IS f Warming trend Mondav throueh hc sheeted slayer He lf Wednesday No precipitation of consequence is expected during the period of the Persons who released from a St Cloud where he had been ai held as is Doug1 las Person 34 who was picked nonhighway purposes Other Point to 8 Friday Maximum Thursday Minimum Thursday night The other major point was aj 8 Friday resolution the Senate rccentlyjYEAR AGO passed which called upon Lovc Maximum less n prpviclc details on how Minimum had said the state could about S5 million annually by gov ernmental reorganization Hep Robert Carson Rhulc GOP floor leader ic up at Taylor Falls early Friday All four members of the family jhad attended a party for patrons the Shafer Creamery I night The slayings look place GlobeGazette weather data fVmc thoir rctlirn to a H their farm home continucd 23 28 44 27 cuscd Democrats of turning flip Car Strikes Bridge Victor Man Killed The son apparently overturned his car three miles east of Shafer and then walked into Taylor Falls He called the St Cloud hospital from there and hospital authori tics notified Chisago County au thorities to investigate The sheriff says the son con fessed the killings to a neighbor ing farmer Floyd George called authorities VICTOR J Navy Chief Says flops on the bill to give fannJ68 Victor was killed and another man seriously injured early Fri not crying in my beer What Nas ser has done was inevitable Its been too long deferred Hes a dictator all the benev olent kind of It was the strong conviction of this personable lad President Eisenhowers stand against ag gression in the Suez had done the American cause more good in the Arab world than all the financial aid ever ladled out in this part of the world of the Iowa County Coroner Jay Ben jOWa coroner lay ICIUNM vvuson men A Democrat attempt to reconiton said Willard the driver apcatccl tnc formal announccmenl is tnf nili c n i t i i ii m m inn n I sider the bill Wednesday was de feated 5646 TRAFFIC TOLL DIPS CHICAGO nations traf fic deaths in January totaled a decrease of three per cent compared to January 1956 the National Safety Council re ported Friday wit u J l IT 111 4 tilt U i J V V J parently had been dead about twolmmincnl hours when the mishap was dis t Undersecretary Thomas S covered at 3 Riding with is cll1e to succeed Thomas was Fred Hansen also of Penta8on sources had disclosed who was taken to Veterans Hostnc Dan before Thomas made his pital at Iowa with injuries described by Benton as POPE TO BE 81 mvn remarks Thomas said only ins for such a program Advo jcates of the plan were said to idel if agreements could be ob tained from enough countries be Israel could be reason ably certain of achieving its major objectives even though no formal guarantees were obtained Irom the United Nations or Egypt jin advance of a troop withdraw al Another Resolution It appeared another General Assembly resolution would be necessary to authorize the j force o say in Gaza and the Aqibn Coast U U Secre tary General Dag Hammnrskjold has consistently held that the force is authorized only to su pcrvisr the troop withdrawal and must quit Egyptian territory when Egypt demands it Any proposal to keep the force on station appeared cer lo bring new arguments the Arab stales as well as Soviet bloc SEEKS 2ND TERM YORK Robert F Wagner says he will seek a second term in November and is nol a candidate for anv other I off the announcement would be made soon Thomas for some weeks that he intends William San Francisco sits AP Wirupliolo behind the tllul J I J LUI CITY Piusllo leave the government in the XII will be 81years old future emcni wouia oe made IMKUH iv oau r SILS uenincl as had let it be known wheel of his car wearinga pained expression as ambulance stewards place iniured that he intends Haxcl Drobshoff on a stretchei rPhe woman was struck down at tlio crossing liy i 11 v i 14 v rv H w JI ii LiH i I 11I U V Whissells car and suffered fractures of the arm and pelvis was hold for SAME m violating a pedestrians of way tlxt truffle doalh In pail M 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