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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T HE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXIII Associated Presi and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven a Copy MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 5 1957 This Paper Consiits of Two One 12S 2Year Jail Terms for Truman Aides The World Around Us The Hilton Is Pride of Istanbul Number 92 EDITORS is of a series of daily reports by our editor on a trip by air around the world How people live and how they feel toward America are more em phasized by Mr Hall than scenic features By W EARL HALL TSTANBUL Turkey When the ground was broken just s i x years ago April 16 1951 for the Istanbul Hilton there was no subtlety about the intent This ancient Turkish metropolis was to have the fin est hotel on the European conti nent one of the the W EARL HALL finest in world This is to re that the has been reached This installation be ing operated on a 20year lease by the Conrad Hilton organization is both beau tiful and comfortable beyond graphic description There has been no sparing of the horses in anyv regard It was formally opened in June 1955 Because Turkish pride in the institution is so almost become a symbol of the new Turkey of Kemal Ive decided to tell you about it in some detail It represents an impressive joining of Turkish and American enterprise and mutual trust Pension Fund The decision to build was reached in Ankara by the Turk ish government but administra tive responsibility was assigned to the nations Pension Fund source of the money involved The aim is to make it pay good divi dends on an investment of million in a land where a dollar does about three times as much as in The site for the hotel spacious and overlooking the picturesque Bosphorus was made available by the Istanbul municipality thanks to a special enactment by the Turkish Grand National As sembly Its part of a civic center From the start the Hilton or ganization had a final word on design and construction An American firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill with a Turkish con sultant of course turned an am bitious dream into mortar anc stones Its eight stories high and a full block square Comfort Comes First Egypt Is Dragging Its Feet Dulles Expects Policy Shift WASHINGTON of State Dulles said Tuesday that Egypt has tended to drag its feet on arrangements to open the Suez Canal before all Israeli troops are out of the country In the light of Israels weekend withdrawal decision Dulles said he expects Egypt will now end its foot dragging very quickly He es timated the canal could be opened in 10 days Answering questions at a news conference Duilcs also said a ship flying the United States flag should be going into the Gulf of Aqaba some time soon although he called that a matter for the shipping companies to decide Free Passage In his efforts to get Israel to pull its troops out of the Gaza and Aqaba Gulf areas Dulles has said previously the United States would exercise what he called the right of Israel and all other nations to free passage through the Strait of Tiran Dulles released the following prepared statement oh the Israeli Egyptian situation at the news conference i It is a matter of great cation to the United States that the government of Israel has de cided to complete its withdrawal behind the armistice line in com pliance with the United Nations resolution of Feb 2 and that a schedule for effectuating such withdrawal has been worked out with Gen Burns the commander of the United Nations Emergency Forces A TOAST AT President Nixonfand Prime Minister Kwame Nkrumah clink glasses before clowning a glass of punch at Accra Ghana on Africas Gold AP Wirepholo Coast Nixon said the 47yearold Americaneducated leader of that newly independent country told him his people never will be neutral in the EastWest struggle BenGurion Weathers Political Revolt After LeaveEgypt Order Decent Respect Once again it has been demon strated that free world nations have a decent respect for the opinions of mankind as reflected in the General Assembly of the United Dulles made these other main points at his news conference United States aid to Egypt Jor dan Syria and Israel which was suspended on the outbreak of fighting last October may be re sumed quickly but on a country bycountry basis Speed Limit Favored by Safety Group DES MOINES sup port for a law fixing both max imum and minimum speed limits on Iowa highways was indicated by persons attending an organiza tional meeting of a new Iowa Safety Council here Tuesday The indication came on a show of hands requested by Chairman John Hattery Nevada for the guidance of the board of directors The show of hands showed 39 fa voring and 10 opposing such a law It No Vote came after W Earl Hall Mason City had moved that the The United States has no plan record as favoring to take legal action against three newsmen who went to Red China late last year in the face of a State Department ban on travel there by American citizens Dulles said he and President Eisenhower such a speed law The formal mo tion however was not voted upon after Q E Thornburg Des Moines pointed out that the coun cil had made no study of the mat ter and did not have facts well in have given thought to various poshand to such a move i j irr jsibilities of modifying the ban or jncws coverage by Americans o Red1 China but that thev have no The council elected its 15mem lemporary board of directors Bunche Expected to Take Charge of U N FORCE IN EGYPT ACCRA Gold Coast Ralph Bunche assistant secre tary general of the United Nations now attending the Ghana in dependence celebration is expected to take charge of the Emergency Force in Egypt shortly informed sources reported Tuesday The new assignment would put the UNEF under civilian direction at the height of its re sponsibilities for keeping the peace after the Is raeli withdrawal Bunche himself refused to com ment on the report But other sources here said he had been tagged to work out the host of prob lems piling up in the police force The UNEF is now under the military com mand of Canadian Maj Gen E L M Burns who refers all political questions back to New York for SecretaryGeneral Dag Hammarskjold BUNCHE Bunche an American Negro is Hammarskjolds chief aide Cheating Called Custom Not Exception in Many Colleges CHICAGO A survey of American college students indi cated Tuesday that systematic cheating on examinations is the custom rather than the exception at many large colleges were findings about college stu dents standards of sexual moral ity Despite the boldness of col lege talk dress and outward so cial it said in per sonal practice and fundamental he permanent board and then j The conducted by belief students generally hold to There has been a blending of found any way to solve what the meeting until Junejphiiip E Jacob social sciencejstandards which are thoroughly Turkish motifs and modern trends in the interiors and furnishings Rooms were designed more with a thought to comfort than to spac iousness which seems too often to be the major consideration over in this part of the world In the exterior gardens which surround the enormous hotel and in the building itself there are dancing fountains enhanced by special lights at night Fifteen called a very complicated probi6 al wllich limc professor at the University of lem members and officers will be elected The board also is to have ready for the June meeting a pro posed program for prevention of traffic accidents Members of Board The board members are Rich ard L Holcomb and Dean Mason Ladd Iowa City Floyd L Link land Mrs Helen Swenty Daven LITTLE CEDAR Gary Lievlport Norval J Wardle Ames Car Hits Bridge St Ansgar Youth Injured Pennsylvania was delivered to he 12th national conference on ligher education In contrast to what the report called generally low standards n regard to academic honesty romv 19Sl Ansgar was injuredJoseph Weir Sioux City Bert L thousand square yards of carpetcarly Tucsda mornj when hisjWooJcock Ccdar n n ing were handwoven in Kenya center of Turkeys carpet indusmic north ancl a half milc eastjEarl Hall H C Du ry of Litlc Cedar The accident Mrs Violet Lundquist An Olher parts of Europe and incurrcd about 3 and he was thon Harry Macuk Council deed the whole world are repfound at by Max ElBluffs Arlo Myers Burlington resented in the tiles lamps and Ijott an Osage trucker He was and Sterling Alexander Bryan other fixtures A special procurealone in the car Council L E Crowlcy Raymond mcnt organization had to be set up for this aspect of the task Correspondence in several foreign languages had to be carried on Training Program And to make sure that there would be a maximum usefulness from the finest structure and equipment that money could buy there was a joint training pro gram for personnel participated in by the Turkish Pension Fund the U S Economic CoOperation Association and the Hilton organi zation Istanbul Hilton has developed into a focal point for business diplomatic and tourist functions and is in truth an impressive sym bol of the friendship and under standing which has developed be tween Turkey and America in the troubled years since World War II Lievrou received a fracturedjD Stephens Q E Thornburg Ir jaw according to a spokesman ivin R Wild man and Edward S at Mitchell County Memorial all of Des Moines pital at Osage His condition was described as satisfactory Lieurouw the son of Mr and Mrs Morris Lievrouw St Ansgar is home on leave from the serv ice BULLETIN Deputy Sheriff Mervel Angel investigated WASHINGTON UP The Senate Tuesday approved a controversial amendment to its Middle East resolution It calls for continued U S aid to the United Nations Emergency Force in the Middle East The proposal won 4843 SAME Black means trafflo deith In put 21 hnun 30 DIE IN ACCIDENT RANGOON Burma UP A report reaching here Tuesday said 30 persons were killed and injured Monday when a train was sabotaged at Pyinmana 220 miles north of here Although students generally seemed to profess reasonably high values Jacob said It is with regard to cheating that the chinks in the moral armor of students are most Withdrawal of Troops at Hand JERUSALEM UP Premier David BenGurion Tuesday ap peared to have weathered a po litical revolt against his person al decision to order Israeli troops out of the Gaza Stisip and the Aqaba coastal area Political informants said re bellious parties in the govern ment coalition now were ex pected to line up with the 70 yearold Premier on a vote of confidence following his expla nation Tuesday to the Knesset Parliament of his withdrawal order The rebels support would ensure endorsement of BenGurions policy An Israeli army spokesman in Tel Aviv said actual withdraw al of troops from the Gaza area had not yet started but that it was expected to begin shortly probably Wednesday Getting Ready A spokesman for the Israeli military governor in Gaza forces there arc getting every thing ready to move just as soon as UNEF comes There was no word on the start of withdrawal from the Sharm El Sheikh area on the Gulf of Aqaba coast but a military in formant said the evacuation there would be a short opera tion He said the withdrawal from the Gaza Strip would re quire two to three weeks The pullout from Gaza was ex pected to be accomplished by stages as the Israelis progres sively transferred administra tion of the strip to units Demonstration Called The militant rightwing Herut OFFCOLOR ACT Jackie Gets Bounce at Stork Club NEW YORK Celebrated comedian Jackie Gleason has now joined the ranks of those whove gotten the celebrated bounce at the celebrated Stork Club The TV star staged an im promptu offcamera perform ance which was a bit too much off coloivfor club proprietor Sherman Billingsley Witnesses described Gleasons act as closely resembling that of the character The Loud he often portrays on his shows Called Obscene Billingsley said however that Gleason overdid the part when he played it at the club Monday only was he loud he was downright obscene After a bit of a tussle it was said Ihe comedian was escorted right off the premises More over Billings ley decreed as he has in the case of other impolite patrons in the past that the latchstring will not be out hereafter for Gleason We dont welcome that caliber of person as a pa said the noted proprietor It was all a bit vague but this appeared to be the sequence of events Unidentified Blonde Gleason with an unidentified blonde on his arm arrived at the club about after a call at another celebrated saloon Toots Shors Billings ley said Gleason became loud and boisterous as soon as he and the blonde were given a table Gleason was requested to leave Gleason then was or dered to beat it Still he kept every one of his portly pounds glued to the chair Thats when the tussle began When it was over a few mo ments later Gleason and the blonde were outside GLEASON Freedom Party called a dem onstration in Jerusalem coincid Nickerson to Face Trial Claim He Released Secret Documents ATLANTA 41yearold ex pert on guided missiles at thi Armys Redstone Arsenal nca Huntsville has been orderec tried by courtmartial on charge he released secret information I unauthorized persons Trial of Col John Nickerson a 1938 graduate of W e s Point is expected to begin with in six weeks at Redstone Arsena where he now is restricted to th reservation Lt Gen Thomas F Hickey commanding general of the 3r Army announced initiation of th court martial proceedings Mon clay after reviewing results of a investigation into charges brough against Nickerson Feb 5 A 3rd Army spokesman wh Connelly Caudle to Appeal Sentenced on Fraud Count ST LOUIS 7 Con nelly and T Lamar Caudle who leld high positions in the Truman administration Tuesday were sentenced to two years in prison ind fined each for con spiring to defraud the govern nent Federal District Judge Gunnar H Nordbye before imposing sen ence denied a motion for a new rial The lastminute motion filed Monday was that the late Federal Judge Rubey M Hulen who pre sided at their trial last summer was in no proper mental and physical condition to preside at he trial Judge Hulen was fourtd shot to iealh in a yard at his home three weeks after Caudle and Connelly were convicted by the Federal ourt jury 5Year Maximum Judge Nordbye said Tuesday ha ound nothing in the record of the case to indicate Judge Hulen had suffered from any mental dis turbance at the time of the trial Connelly and Caudle could have seen sentenced to five years in prison and fined each A coroners jury was unable to determine whether Judge Hulen killed himself deliberately or ac cidentally Connelly was White House ap pointment secretary during the Truman administration Caudie was head of the Justice Depart ments tax division until Truman fired him for having outside in terests that conflicted with his of ficial duties Judge Nordbye permitted tht two defendants to continue free under bond each pending an appeal Appeared Nervous Connelly appeared depressed and highly nervous His voice trembled as he addressed the court Caudle was sternvisaged but addressed the court in a forthright manner in his pro nounced Southern accent Caudles wife was in the court room as sentence was imposed She had been at his side through most of the 27day trial last sum mer A jury of four women and eight men found June 14 that Connelly and Caudle conspired to try and avert the prosecution of Irving Sachs a St Louis shoejobber and income tax evader who paid a fine but didnt go to pri son Harry L Schwinnner a former Kansas City attorney was also a defendant but a mistrial was de clared when he became ill At the trial the government con tended that Schwimmer using Sachs money gave oil royalties and things of other value to Con nelly and Caudle to use their in fluence to avoid prosecution of Sachs Traer Man Dies in Auto Accident TRAER Sell 41 Tracr railroad worker was killed Monday evening when his car ap declineci to use his parcnUy b 1 c w out a tire and name said overturned on Highway S3 five n Nickerson was charged among miles north of here His widow ing with the Premier s speech other things with writing lwoand six children protest what it called the critical of lernmenrs disastrous surjlary Of Defense Wilson and the rciuer guided missile policy of the Joint AP Wlrcphoton GLAD TO MEET CHA Barristers Broadcaster a friendly sort of character noses up to little Lee Allen at a Portland rlojc show and shows he wanted to get Several hundred persons most ly students marched on Parlia ment Monday shouting stop the withdrawal and calling on Ben Gurion to resign Police threw up a cordon to halt the surge and wielded clubs to scatter the demonstrators Barn Burns on Homer Lucas Farm Nashua barn on the Hom er Lucas farm south west of here was burned to the ground Tuesday morning The blaze was noticed at when Mrs Lucas saw it from the house No livestock was lost in the fire hut a quantity of hay was burned rAll About Chiefs of Staff The spokesman said Army ini vesligation determined that five unauthorized persons received copies of the memorandums anc that others might have them in their possession But the spokes man insisted that none of the memorandums went outside this country Contents of the memorandums were not made public but it was understood that Nickerson wrote in some detail about the missile battle between the Army Navy and Air Force The Weather CANCER VICTIM ST LOUIS Mo UP Dr E v a r t s A Graham 73 who touched off a medical controversy j Mason City tercel Cloudy with scat s n o w flurries Tuesday acquainted The Basset hound oddly enough is owned ifmighi the fiip which did not The Nashua Fire Dcpartmenlby suggesting a possible link bcYEAR AGO night and Wednesday Slightly colder Tuesday night with low 1824 High Wednesday in mid dle 30s Iowa Partly cloudy Tuesday night low 10 15 north 20 25 south Wednesday mostly cloudy Minnesota Light snow colder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Tuesday Maximum Monday 37 Minimum Monday night 27 At 8 a m Tuesday 30 by Richard E Woodinville Wash threaten any other buildings twecn cigarettes and lung Maximum died Monday of lung cancer 1 Minimum 53 32
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