Tuesday, April 16, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 16, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the I I I MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wirei Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY tOWA TUESDAY APRIL 16 1957 This Paper Consists ot Two SectionsSection One No BUT UNDER PROTEST U S Ready to Permit Vessels to Use Canal WASHINGTON Ml The United States is now about ready to aMow American ships to pass through the Suez Canal under Egyp tion terms provided they do so under protest against Egypts operating arrangements Top officials who disclosed this Tuesday predicted such a go ahead would be given American shippers within a week The government move would void earlier State Department Loveless in Bus Bill Veto Wouldve Given Tax Exemption DES M01NES Gov Her schel Loveless announced Tuesday his veto of a second tax exemp tion measure to give finan cial relief to city bus companies He previously vetoed a bill to give sales tax exemption to farm ers on gasoline for which they ob tained gas tax refunds In a statement sent to the that American ships keep away from the canal until physical and negotiating hazards involved in reopening the water way had been overcome Approaching Canal Some American commercial ships are reported already ap proaching the canal anticipating hat the government will lift the an within a few days even though Egypts President Nasser has re fused to meet Western terms for operating the waterway The new American government attitude officials said would be made known about the time the Eisenhower administration offici ally informs the United Nations its confidential talks with Egypt House where the bus bill origi nated he said In view of the rather large number of businesses including farms operating with little or no profit it does not seem approri ate to extend substantial tax re to bus companies He added Not Salvage Device In general the tax systems oi state and local should not be employed as a de vice for salvaging specific bus inesses or industries from eco nomic difficulties The major benefits of urban transit systems are enjoyed by the residents of the area served If these benefits are worth the costs of providing the services such costs should be borne by the groups benefitted rather than be ing partially shifted to taxpayers throughout the state by means of tax The bill proposed to free city bus companies for the next two years from paying present regis tration fees compensation taxes have failed to yield a satisfactory settlement Such a report is expected to be made to the Security Coun cil some time this week It will make clear the United States hope that further talks with Egypt will be held on the nine month dispute which touched off fighting last October Reporl Responsible authorities said the American report to the Security Council would contend that Egypt has failed to live up to the six principles it pledged to follow last September in negotiating differ ences with Western shipping na tions Some American officials said gasoline taxes bluntly that the terms Egypt now appears to be sticking to are much stiffer than seemed likely to emerge from negotiations un der way prior to the British FrenchIsraeli invasion of Egypt taxes and franchise Only Fee The only fee a local bus com pany would have had to pay would have been a year for each bus Sixteen Iowa cities have bus lines Many of these transit com panies are hard pressed financial ly The governor exhibited at his news conference a handful of tel egrams asking him to sign the bill The governor suggested that two laws passed by the 1955 Leg islature would provide a sound er approach to the problems of lo cal transit systems than that con tained bus relief bill One of those 1955 laws would permit municipal ownership of city bus lines through a vote of thc people The other would per mit a Vs mill subsidy to the sys tems if the voters approved INJURIES FATAL DENISON Iowa F Brandenberg 21 Vai died in a hospital Monday of injuries suf fered Saturday when his car missed a curve on a road near Vail TeenAgers Break Jail at Albert Lea ALBERT LEA Minn thorities in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota were alerted Tuesday to be on the lookout for two 17yearold youths who es caped from jail here late Mon day The youths identified as Rob ert Lambertus and Eilert Wen delboe both of Albert Lea were to have been tried Tuesday on a charge involving a 13yearold girl Sheriff Carl Lindahl said the youths apparently acquired a d off a bar in were not be jlieved armed Lindahl said the boys had made an unsuccessful escape at tempt two weeks ago They had been jailed about 60 days Authorities said a car vvas re ported stolen at Geneva Monday night It was located at Wells where another car later was reported missing DIES OF INJURIES INDEPENDENCE Jpi Terry Fry 13 died Monday of injuries suffered April 8 when he hit a tree with his fathers car on the grounds of the Independence Men tal Health Institute He was the son of Mr and Mrs Benton Fry of Independence AP Wirephoto ISLAND GETS A DOCTOR Dr Mikio Kato Kobe Japan right flew to Baltimore Monday for the last leg of his trip to the isolated island in Chesa peake Bay which will be his home Dr Kato received a heros welcome Monday night from Tangier Island residents who have had no doctor for three years Showing Dr Kato his route on the map is Edgar J Fisher director of the Virginia Health Councii which helped the island find a physician Senate Passes on 41 Million for Dept WASHINGTON UP The Senate quickly passed and sent back to the House Tuesday a money bill carrying million to restore normal postal services The Senate took up the measure as soon as it met and passec it by voice vote without any debate The Senate Appropriation Committee had approved it unanimously at a 10mirvute sessioi shortly before The bill had to be returned to the House whichpassed it Mon day because the Senate added for Senate housekeeping items However the House is tually certain to accept this Sen ate money without question Thus the measure may be sent on to President Eisenhower during the afternoon Senate Restrains The senators did not take the opportunity either to iambast or defend Postmaster General Sum merfield The House spent several rAII About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and a little cooler through Wednesday Iowa Partly cloudy northwest Tuesday night and over the state Wednesday Minnesota Generally fair south and mostly cloudy north with little change in temperature GlobeGazette weather data up lo 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday 54 Minimum Monday night At 8 Tuesday Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum 43 Minimum 31 New Jordan Cabinet Set for Swift Cleanup Strategy Planned by Beck In Answer to Attacks MAKARIOS IN bishop Makarios Greek Cypriot leader now enrouleto Athens poses at Niairobi Kenya Afri ca where he visited following his recent release from a 13 months exile in the Seychelles Islands He told a news confer ence last week that he will be available for talks on the future of the British colony of Cyprus hours doing so Monday afternoon before passing the measure The administration had askec for 47 millions to carry the de partment through the remaining 2V months of this bookkeeping year but Republican congression ale leaders said President Eisen hower is willing to settle for the 41 millions voted by the House They reported that after the weekly legislative conference at the White House saying Eisen hower recognizes the very prac tical problems Eisenhowers attitude was out lined to newsmen by Senate GOP Leader Knowland of California and House Republican Leader Martin of Massachusetts after their regular Tuesday morning conference with the chief execu tive Ready to Act The Post Offices call for emer gency money to restore normal mail operations was discussed as the Senate made ready to act quickly on the million appro priation measure approved by the House Monday Knowland told a news confer ence that he looks for the Senate to get the bill to Eisenhowers desk either Tuesday night or Wednesday morning He added that in his opinion Senate GOP leaders will go along with the House version calling for 41 million dollars and not press for the full 47 million GALVESTON Tex Dave Beck and the Teamsters Union Executive Committee huddled pri vately here Tuesday with five la 3or attorneys From the conference was ex pected to come the unions strate gy for answering congressional and AFLCIO attacks Beck called the conference amid conflicting reports the committee would back him to the man or would attempt to strip him of his control over one of the worlds argest labor unions The 62yearold Beck accused of using in union funds or personal projects made it clear shortly after arriving here e has no plans of stepping aside Not Retiring Im not planning to retire ali hough I would be money ahead f I he said He offered no explanation but apparently had in mind the a year pen same as his current sal reportedly would receive upon retirement Beck said he would have no statement to make until Tuesday but told reporters he would blow the lid right off the Senate if he told what happened to the union funds He said a lot of fine peo ple would be add ing that he was taking the rap while refusing to answer ques tions at the recent Senate hear ings in Washington Beck earlier said he will seek another fiveyear term as presi dent at the Teamsters September convention Another Opportunity Sen McClellan chair man of the Senate Rackets Inves tigating Committee before which Beck invoked the Fifth Amend ment when informed of Becks blow the lid off statement told reporters in Washington Mr Beck very likely will have another opportunity to come be fore this committee to McClellan said he wanted to read the statement before com menting further Photo by Chuck Gibbs FACE TO FACE Ernst Horeth 6 son of Mr and Mrs Michael Horeth 1222 Monroe N found there is a difference between tropic and gold fish when he visited a Mason City aquarium Plere he is to face with a ThreeSpot Blue Gourmi The fish lower left is an Angel Fish The one upper right is a Hatchet Fish Silence Descends Over Ambassadors Name in Red Case WASHINGTON no Silence has suddenly descended over th name and memory of E Herbert Norman the Canadian ambassa dor to Egypt who killed himself after he was named as a Com munist in a Senate subcommittee hearing But the confusion continues It still has not been clearly estab lished 1 That he was a Communist 2 That he killed himself as a result of publication of the hearings although the events fol lowed close by or 3 That the full contents of his suicide notes have been made public Canadas Foreign Secretary Lester B Pearson has been less completely frank At first he said the hearings were reviving old rumors Later he said that Norman in his youth had Com munist But he re fused to answer when twice asked in the Canadian Parliament if Norman had been a Communist CarTruck Collision Kills One lowans May Get New Licenses for Cars Each Year DES MO1NES The practice at Spirit Lakc in fair con of giving motorists little renewal I Jlllon died several LAKE PARK Iowa lip Wineman 61 Sioux Falls S was fatally injured Monday in a cartruck collision on Iowa 219 a half mile south of here Authorities said Winemans car collided with a pickup truck Iriven by Paul Lawrence 65 Lake Park Lawrence was hos aft the accident tags instead of new auto license a e accien Dlates everv vcar mav ho a Ihin IL vvas thc flrsl trafflc fatality plates every year may be a of the past The House passed Monday and sent to the Senate a bill designed to assure that drivers get new plates each year It sets up a special fund from regis tration fees to pay tlie cost TRADING STAMP LAW TOPEKA Kan Gov George after Dec 31 have rear bumpers Docking has signed a new law Another measure approved by making it illegal for stores in the House would empower the Kansas to issue and redeem tradistate fire marshal to issue rcgula as soon as the state of cmcrjing stamps after April of on the handling of flam gency is ended and he is allowed The law does not apply to liquids and liquefied petro to return to the island land similar coupons ileum gases in Dickinson County this year Blame Each Other Meanwhile the State Depart ment and the Internal Security Subcommittee each trying to blame the other for releasing thc information on Norman pre sented a clumsy spcctable to Ca nadians already bitter about Nor mans death The subcommittee never has explained why it handled as it did information dealing with a foreign diplomat Troops Holding Control To Begin Look for Communists By TOM MASTERSON AMMAN ffi Bedouin troops and security police held Jordan under tight control Tuesday as the noderate new government got lown to the hard work of restor ng stability to the country Its first job following the hec ic sixday cabinet crisis from vhich King Hussein emerged with a decisive victory over leftist and xtremist elements will be to clean the Communists and their sympathizers out of key posts in he government and the army Only two minor demonstrations vere reported Tuesday In Old Je iusaleni leftist students and eachers staged a parade Mem bers of the Moslem Brotherhood waylaid them and in a brief skir nish a few persons were injured Thc other demonstration took place in Nablus Leaders Warned In Amman leaders leftist groups have been warned drastic action will be taken against them if they start trouble The future of Maj Gen AH Abu Nuwar 34yearold chief of staff of the Jordan Army remained in doubt informed sources said Brig Sadik Sharaa deputy chief of staff is returning from London Maj Gen Ali Hayari is acting chief of staff Nuwar has official ly been given 14 days leave and latest information available indi cated he remains in Syria He switched his loyalty during the crisis when it appeared tha National Socialist Party of Sulei man Nabulsi whom Hussein oust ed from the premiership last Wednesday would be victorious Whether Nuwar will be forgiven remains to be seen Io Resume Duties The Damascus newspaper Al Alam quoted Nabulsi foreign min ister in the new cabinet as say ing in a telephone interview Nn war will resume his duties short ly The general vvas in Damascus with five other highranking Jor danian officers In Baghdad Iraqs Parliament discussed foreign policy in secret session Premier Nuri Said was reported to have spoken about re lations of Iraq a member of the proWestern Baghdad Pact and linked to Jordan by royal blood with other nations of the Arab sphere i The new cabinet is expected to i swift up of Red elements that have in filfarted public agencies The State Department in try Observers also looked for King ing to disown any responsibility for release of the hearing testi mony has been less than con vincing On March 12 John K Emmer son a state department career with his military victory over leftist in vite James P Richards Presi dent Eisenhowers special envoy lo Amman to explain the Presi dents Middle East doctrine New Strength There was no clear indication SAME Black flat meant traffic death in pas 21 WITNESSES MAY NOT KNOW IT When Space Barrier Is Cracked By Man diplomat was called before the subcommittee to testify Robert Morris counsel for the subcomjhowever thai Jordan would sub mittce gave this writer a double ilcrjbc to the American plan aimed at halting Communist penetration of thc Middle East With the formation of a regime i purged of Communists and ex lions with Chinese em d from dunns the war and later in the cnsis new Middle Last with Norman who anri siaLurc For awnile Moms our recu appcared lhe lefUsls would ords as a Communist Qut Qn top but a dramaUc Emmerson first mentioned Nordisplay of loyally by tough reason for calling Emmerson Listed as Red To ask him about his associii COCOA Fla yellow ball will be hoisted atop a 90foot tower at this Air Force guided missile test center Pleasure craft nearby and ships down range will heed the warn ing and steer for safety Work men in this bcomtown will see the yellow ball and a flash of flame across thc blue sky Signal But not until later will they know they have witnessed mans historic attempt lo crack the space barrier The chances are some residents may not even notice the launch ing of the first earth satellite because the yellow ball is the same signal used for every launched at t h e Cape Canaveral missile testing grounds A guarded fence and an air of secrecy surround Operation Van guard 20 months after President Eisenhower announced thc deci sion to attempt a small conquest at the edge of space as the U S contribution o thc International Geophysical Year and at Patrick Air Force Base a few miles south of Cape Canaver al on a sandy hook of land jutting into the Atlantic Ocean officials that vanguard is But the ments to give radio receivers onstages of he missile will be lesl earlh Ihe first messages from fired before he satellite itself is mans name But that Morris was already to take out after Norman was shown by the fact that he very quickly called him a Coin j munist and produced what he said were records lo bear out thc statement On March 14 the record was space Test Firing canCanadian relations why was thc record made public will tell you lion ends there Vangujrd will be the three stage rocket which will carry thc above the earths surface and ably will be only a test of thejthem mln orbit around Ihc earth the opinions of this govcVnmcnL send it hurtling miles on mechanism which will There is no word when the VaniAnd it added The investigation The Pentagon has announced that the first tesl launching of the Vanguard missile will be in August from the Cape Canaveral site But it will not carry the man made moon in its nose and prob put in the nose of the 72foot Van guard Authorities search laboratory in Washington say at least six satellite vehicles will be launched during the ICY stretching from Inly 1 of this made public There was an im mediate and bitter Canadian re action Since this could have been at the naval reanticipated as damaging Ameri in troops of the Arab Legion turned the tide The Bedouins who formed the hard core of the Britishtrained legion swarmed into the capital Monday from strategic positions atop the seven hills surrounding Amman Security police loyal to the young monarch also were out in force with riot equipment Bolstered by this support Hus sein summoned all former prime ministers senators and some dep uties to thc palace They emerged When the Canadian reaction setl after three hours with a seven in the State Department quickly year to Dec 31 1958 Thc scicnjsaid allegations about Normans lists hope to get at least one of i Communism do not represent elliptical orbit around the earth carry Ihe rocket about 100 UJH bo launched There is Crammed into the 20inch mag At the Pentagon in Washington nesium sphere will be instru above the earth Later the second and third speculation it will be sometime early in 1058 being undertaken by the commit tee lies entirely within the con trol of the man government headed by Hus sein Fakhri Khalidi 61yearold former foreign minister who has shown sympathies toward the West Othtr in with him were live other moderates The seventh