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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 24, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEW S P APER THAT MAKES ALL NOR T H IOWANS NEIGHBOR SC HOME EDITION VOL LXII1 Associated Prcst and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY 24 1957 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No Itt Flood of Major Bills Sent to Governor Jordan Government Threatened by New Riot General Strike AMMAN Jordan Leftist opponents mobilized rioters and a general strike Wednesday in an effort to bring clown the government of Premier Hussein Khalidi The 70yearold Premier who reputedly has Western leanings kept up busy negotiations in a desperate fight to bolster his threat ened cabinet named by King Hussein last week after a fierce struggle with proEgyptian political and military leaders It was the unhappy countrys second serious government crisis in two weeks Stonethrowing rioters swarmed through Amman streets de manding that the government resign Security police armed with clubs and thick shields of trapped large groups of the de monstrators in the streets and kept them from joining forces The rioters replied with volleys of rocks and stones A general strike ordered by the Communists and leftists gripped much of the country In Amman 90 per cent of the shops did not t charges open The stoppage was reported as effective in other towns par ticularly on the west bank of the Jordan in Palestine territory Jor dan occupied after the 1948 war That sector is a leftist stronghold Jordans latest crisis was touched off by charges that per sons close to King Hussein were plotting with the British and Americans against the kingdoms independence Khalidi denied the but the government ra dios in Egypt and Syria aired them over and over Doctrine Condemned The violence erupted in the cen ter of the capital about 9 and was still going on three hours later Mobs swarmed about the Moslem mosque in the heart of the city Communist leftist and national ist leaders addressed the crowds by turns most of them condem ing the Eisenhower doctrine for the Middle East One mob stood in front of Gov ernment House for more than an hour shouting demands that the cabinet resign and such antiWest ern slogans as we dont want American dollars or pounds ster The demonstrators finally be gan moving off after a leftist leader appealed to them to dis perse quietly First Disorder It was the first serious disorder in Amman since the Kings battle with leftist and proCommunist political elements began more than two weeks ago Hussein won the first rounds last week after Joyal Bedouin troops of the Jordan army streamed into Amman to back up the monarch The rioters obviously took their cue from a committee represent ing all political parties which de manded Tuesday that the cabinet give way to an allparty govern ment It would be dominated by the leftist and proCommunist ele ments which Hussein moved against when he ousted the gov Britain Cool to Long Note by Bulganin Red Premier Offers Several Proposals LONDON long amicably phrased letter from Soviet Premi er Bulganin to Prime Minister Macmillan on disarmament the Middle East and European peace aroused no perceptible enthusiasm in Britain Wednesday The British Foreign Office was said to consider the letter friend ly in tone but not necessarily sig nificant Bulganin has communi cated his views in long personal letters to the U British and French chiefs of government at intervals since the Geneva sum mit conference in 1955 Cool Reaction British press reaction was gen erally cool to the Soviet Premiers latest To relieve the present unde sirable aggravation of interna tional Bulganin set forth a number of proposals None var ied greatly from Soviet policy ex pressed in recent months His main recommendations in cluded 1 Immediate banning of atom ic and hydrogen weapon No mention was made of Russias five nuclear tests reported this month but the letter recommend ed that the question of the tests be separated from the general problem of disarmament and set tled this independently settlement not making contingent on agreement on other aspects of the disarmament Eden Plan 2 New discussions of the pro posal made in 1955 by then Prime Minister Eden for the creation of demilitarized sanitary zones in Europe Bulganin also called for companion talks on such cor responding Russian proposals as that for a aerial survey zone centered on the Iron Cur tain Bulganin envisioned these as AH SPRING GlobeGazelle photo by Gibbs Barney a 60pound English bulldog owned by Allen Bull 1032 Elm is one member of Mason Citys pet population who obviously is glad that springs finally has arrived Barney assumes a contented pose as he basks in the warm sun while gently sniffing a newlyblossomed daffodil First U S Ship Starts Way Through Suez From South End SUEZ Egypt UP The Presi dent Jackson first American flagged ship to enter the Suez Canal since it was blocked last fall started through the watcr Wednesday from the south ern end The American President Line Riehm Likely to Run for Congress DES MOINES UDPA friends of State Rep Curtis Riehm Garner reported Wed nesday that he probably will an nounce for the GOP for Congress in the nomination sixth Iowa Congressionaldistrict shortly after the adjournment of the present legislative session JOINS FLEET vessel is en route from Karachi with cargo and 12 cruise passen gers The ships agents said the 295 toll for movement through the canal was paid in U S as required by Egypts new canal regulations but under protest The U S State Department pre viously had suggested such pro cedure for American vessels using the canal Secretary of State Dulles told his news conference in Washing ton Tuesday the United Slates has no objection to U S ships en tering the canal provided they pay tolls under protest Such procedure showing the form of payment is not voluntary is designed to lay a basis for pos sible legal action if what users regard as a satisfactory canal In Cairo he newspaper Alkahi ra predicted Egypt would shortly announce a canal plan which include an advisory organization formed from world shipping com panies The report added Egypt would favor World Court arbitra tion of disputes Albert Lea Jail Escapee Receives 37Year Sentence ALBERT LEA UP Eilert Inquiry Receives Approval Senate Backs House Plan DES MOINES House accepted by an 8314 vote Wed nesday a conference committee report on a joint resolution call ing for an investigation of po litical parties elections and campaign funds and activities The measure which will per mit an investigation of the State Highway Commission now goes to the Senate for its action on the conference committee report The difference was over the method of financing the probe j The conference committee recj ommended that the interim com mittee be permitted instead of directed to pay the bills After sharp debate the Senate voted 464 to join the House in a Republicansponsored move to create a committee to investigate political influence campaign ac tivities and related items The wording of the resolution did not specifically mention he Highway Commission Its spon ors made clear however that Robert K Becks charges of an attempt to influence an equipment etling would be high on the list of subjects for study Partisan Way Beck chairman of the Highway Commission said there hadoeen an attempt to lay groundwork for a move to pad equipment bids by 25 per cent He said it was possible some of such profit might go to the Democratic Party Democratic leaders flatly denied any such action had been con templated Senate Democrats furnished the chief opposition to the probe res olution They said they favor an inquiry into Highway Commission affairs but didnt like the parti san way the Republicans were going at it The resolution sets up an elec tion and Election Privileges Com mittee of three senators and three Re publicans and two Democrats Sen Jack Miller RSioux City sought to require that the com mittee hearings be public but lost 3613 Amendments Defeated Wendleboe 17 The chief attempts to modify the Wednesday however were by sentenced up to 37 years in the Democrats Sen Tom Dailey D state prison on two charges after he pleaded guilty in district court here He received a 30vear term and Burlington lost 3612 on a move similar to Millers to insure open hearings Also defeated wore Democraiic AFTER STUDY to Sign Probe Resolution DES MOINES Her schel Loveless said Wednesday he probably would sign llie resolution setting up machinery for nn investigation of the Iowa Highway Commission and other state matters Bui the governor told his news conference that before he signs he wants to determine the answers to certain things I want to know Loveless Wednesday referred to the resolution as the Iowa McCarthy Resolution and said he wanted to know before he signed it whether the Legisla ture has the constitutional pow er for an investigation of such scope Certain powers are dele gated to the Legislature by the Constitution and others to the executive and j u d i c i a 1 Loveless explained The Legislature undoubted ly has the power to investigate individual state departments but 1 am not sure that is what this resolution Loveless said it is felt in some quarters that an investigating committee of the sort provided for in the resolution would be exercising judicial powers and he said these powers are re served by the Constitution to the judicial branch Republican legislators have prepared a concurrent resolu does not need the governors to au thorize their probe in case Love less should veto the resolution School Aid Bill Passes DES MQINES The House sent to the Senate Wednesday by unanimous votes four bills to ap propriate a total of a year for state aid to schools in the biennium beginning July 1 The amount is more than is now being appropriated and also s above what Gov Herschel Loveless recommended The money will be allocated for general aid supplemental aid transportation aid and miscella neous aid including funds for edu cation of handicapped children The House increased the amount for handicapped children by a year and set up 00 as an emergency fund to help Financially distressed school dis tricts The total for handicapped Money Measure Argued Adjournment Draws Near DES MOINES UP The Iowa Legislature sent a deluge of major bills that would affect thousands of lowans to the desk of Gov Herschel Loveless late Tuesday and early Wednesday The House ended its billpassing spree at p m Wednesday when it locked horns with a Sen atepassed omnibus revenue bill calling for an extension of the per cent sales tax Scores of amendments offered by House members gave promise of many hours of work before the issue would be decided With still a faint glimmer of hope the 57th General Assembly may adjourn by Saturday night these bills were approved and sent to the governor for his sig veto A bill to establish a water rights law in Iowa that would give the state the right to regttl lale usage from streams and riv ers by cities industries and house holds Relax Standards A bill that would permit the State Board of Medical Examin ers to relax standards to permit oreign psychiatrists to practice n Iowa It would also give the board the right to recommend re vocation of licenses a power vhicb it does not now have A bill to appropriate for each year the coming bien nium for Board of Regents insti tutions The bill would make pos sible salary increases averaging 16 per cent at the University of Iowa State College and Iowa State Teachers College A bill to increase he price of twoyear drivers license from to S3 and boost the annual chauffeurs from to S4 Ceilings Set A bill requiring the full dis closure of finance and insurance charges in the sale of cars or other vehicles It would set ceil ings on such charges from IVi per cent per month on a car to 2 per cent on a fiveyearold auto mobile The spirited work session pro duced near agreement between the House and Senate on several other bills with only minor de tails to be worked out before they went to the governors desk children and other purposes now settlement is not finally obtained The United Slates soujjhl to attempts to js Wendleboes companion Roger Increase committee membership The amounts for theother aids In this ures to category were meas Egyptian agreement to a can Grant county auditors treas urers clerks of court sheriffs recorders and many supervisors S300 a year salary increases The bill would apply only to counties with a population of or less crnmcnl of Premier Suleiman Nateps toward an allEuropean sysj NEW YORK supcral operation plan that would also IT will ho with two member to General aid SN XW onu Item of collective security to Saratoga the world s that the waterway will notinn iho named hv the governor Khalidi met until late Tuesday night with the AllParty Commit tee seeking its support for his cabinet At one point during the meeting a cabinet minister told reporters the government would resign but the Premier later de nied this and said were still going on negotiations Science Wizard Strom Retires From TV Quiz NEW YORK Wi Schoolboy science wizard Robert Strom re luctantly retired from TV quiz show competition Tuesday night with a record in win nings The 10yearold Bronx boy walked off with the biggest bank roll won by any contestant on a television quiz program He broke the old record last week on CBS TVs The On Tuesday nights show Rob erts father Albert announced that the family had decided the boy should stop The father said the TV appearances werent much of a strain on Robert but were a terrific strain on his parents Asked how he felt about quit ting Robert grinned and replied Well what can you do with parents His winnings will he deposited in a trust fund in three annual in stall merits place the NATO and Warsaw lest pacts 3 The Great Powers should join in denouncing the use of force to settle disputed issues in the Middle East 4 BritishSoviet talks to expand trade and cultural and scientific technical exchanges i i ion the same charges when he est and most powerful embroiled in the politicscovers from sailed Wednesday to join the Atof the Middle East That was W011IK an re gun lantic Fleet at Norfolk Va All About The Weather major aim of a set of canal oper ation principles drafted in the U N Dulles disclosed that the United The ynuths hoth of the the committee Lea area escaped from the Kreei To Pinpoint the probe on the born jail last week They Commission Greater Power Give he state fire marshal to tighten fire re strictions for schools theaters to Rep Don PetniccelJi KDn cnjhatcls and nil public meeting port attempted unsuccessfully toiPlaces All schools would be re Ihe general aid to niquired to have fire drills at least supplemental aid 34 million and Require selection of a Demojtransportntion aid S3 million cralic anci Republican lawyer increase AhrendRoland Comet Visible to lowans DES MOINES UP lowans will be able to get a good look at the AhrendRoland comet in the northwest sky for he rest of the a Drake University pro Mason City Partly cloudy and continued mild through 1 T t 1 t I 1 I were captured a lew days later States will report to the U Stillvvater in a stolen Security Council this week on its canal discussion with Egypt Hisi LICENSE FEE statement signaled an end to quietj DES MOINES Sen George OMailey I million dollars CDDes Rep Vern Lisle tonce a month while school was in RClarindalSession minority leader said he succeeded in putting hack into the The passed two bills of wanted to applaud the Republi night or Thursday Little change in temperature except cooler west and extreme north Wed The comet named after twu ncsdav night low in 50s Belgian observers who discovered Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will general aid bill a provision for a package designed to revamp cans for providing for an investislate aid to junior colleges al thethe states mental health pro gation OMailey said he hopedkate of 25 cents per pupil a One which was approved Airplane pi the investigators would check ajllo said he hoped that a separale944 would create a State De day Low Wednesday 46T S efforts dlrine the and instructors will pay S4 report that a successful bidder on appropriation bill still may br partment of Mental Health set 5 High Thursday 7 75 month to win avowed Egyptianjevcry two years for a license contracts roomed with passed to provide an additional 75 up a sevenmember advisory jndherence to the U N formulader a bill passed by the Houseja member of the Highway Comjcents per student per clay for juncommitleo appropriate to Iowa Chance scattered showers for running the waterway iTucsday and sent lo the Senate jior colleges juork with and permit the de southeast late Wednesday partment control it was closest to the million miles April 20 but was too close to the sun to be seen Riggs said The tailed comet stays in view for more than an hour in the early eve ning he said SAME Black Uf meant u iff Jo death In 34 hoaril average around three degrees above normal Thursday through next Monday Normal highs 61 north to 63 south Normal lows 38 north to 42 south Little change in temperatures until cooler trend about Saturday Precipitation will average three tenths of an inch to half an inch occurring as showers at the first of the period and again about Monday Minnesota Fair pleasant GlobeGazette weather data to 8 Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 77 Minimum Tuesday night 54 At 8 Wednesday 63 YEAR AGO Maximum 4 Minimum 10 to oversee but not slate mental institu tions The other would appropri ate to promote research into he care treatment and di of mental problem at the University of Iowa and stata institutions HOUSE SAVED The barn on the Max Smith farm just east of the Great Lake Pipeline terminal at Clear Lake lies in ruins after a fire Two lire trucks from Clear Lake saved the house even though i was blistered by the heal from the fire The blaze started a I midmorn when Smith was working on his tractor Kcllogs Photo jras tank and it dropped down and shorted his battery terminals The tractor was saved although damaged some but a now corn planter and cultivator were ruined Smith estimated damages at about JHOOO partly cov ered by insurance Tractor Overturns Farm Worker Killed MARCUS A 25yearold farm worker WHS killed Wednes day when the tractor he was driv ing overturned on a gravel road curve about four miles west of Marcus Irvin NOITKS Marcus was i killed while on the way to work iat the Lylc Shlinger farm near here His widow and two children survive DIES OF INJURIES OSKALOOSA PiHarold Real Osknlnnsa died Wednesday of in suffered in an nulu accident April 13   

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