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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 15, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I N E W S P A P E R TH A T MAKIS AtfL L NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION ITS TIME TO SEtlCT BACK TO SChOpl VOL LXIIl Associated Piesi and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY AUGUST 15 1957 Thla Paper Two Ona No 535 3rd Foreign Aid Plea Goes Unheeded Syrian Envoy Is Ousted Retaliatory Move by US WASHINGTON W The United States Wednesday ousted Syrias ambassador from his post here and also ordered a Syrian Embas sy second secretary to leavethe country by Friday The State Department also an nounced that US Ambassador James S Moose Jr who is in Washington is not returning to Syria At the same time the United States made a strong protest to Syria against a governmentin spired slanderous campaign which has been conducted agains this country in connection with an alleged American plot to over throw the Syrian government 3 Ordered Out The US further protested in terference with an American diplomatic courier at the Syrian border two days ago and de nounced Syrias action in oustin three officers of the American Embassy at Damascus Syrian Ambassador Dr Fari Zeineddine is already in Syria an the effect of Wednesdays U declaration that he is personal unacceptable here will be that h cannot return to his post Washington The Syrian Embassys secon secretary Dr Yassin Zakaria is in Washington and the State De partment asked him to leave not Budget Slashed Again House Group in Firm Stand TWIN GIVES UP BONE MARROW TO SISTER Laura MacDonald 20months plays with a doc tors stethoscope after she underwent what Phlladel phia doctors say may be the first successful transplant of human bone marrow from her twin sister Mary WASHINGTON The full House Appropriations Committee Thursday brushed aside a new plea from President Eisenhower third this wee slashed from foreign aid funds The action came on the heels of a White House statement di rected to the committee asking for restoration of the money in jthe conviction that the national interests of this country are deep jly involved The sequence was about the same as Wednesdays T 411 ApWirePhot Then Eisenhower in a special Laura suffering from acute leukemia had Lews conferencei a session such Meg ODay Gives Up After 284 DAYS FLEMINGTON N J Meg ODay laid an egg day by failing to do just that The littte champion hen who has produced an egg every day for the past 284 finkliygave Rutgers University officiajsthe bird She arose from her nest at the Hunterdon County egg laying test farm with the customary cackle but without leaving the custom ary egg Officials at the station who have touted Megs 284day achieve ment as setting a state national and maybe even a world record had hoped she could keep it up for days arieast But Thursday morning Meg was right back in her usual She laid her daily egg at am Megs marathon started last Oct 1 318 days ago as part of a project to study the effect of breeding and feeding on egg pro duction Meg had been faithful for 317 of those days missing only one previous day since the test started surgery in June and is home today with the leukemia no longer evident Doctors arent sure however that the condition wont return The tots are daughters of Mr and Mrs Robert MacDonald of Drexel Hill Pa HeldinShooting CRESCO An auto repairman shot his wife twicewith i 16gauge shotgun in the backyard of their home here Thursday Parking Ban on Downtown Federal Avenue Suggested by Merchants later than Aug 16 Syrian Move These steps by the United States were obviously in retalia tion for Syrias ouster Wednes day of Howard Stone US Em bassy secondsecretary Francis J Jaton vice consul and Col Robert W Molloy Army attache Syria charged that all were as sociated with a plot to overthrow President Shukri Kuwatly The United States action against Zeineddine and Zakara was taken in an 18minute meet Ing between Asst Secretary of State William Rountree and the Syrian ranking diplomat here Dr Mamun Hamui Denunciation of a diplomat or military attache by the govern ment to which he is accredited gives his own government no op tion except to remove him from his post The State Department said the actions do not mean a breakof of diplomatic relations and of ficials disavowed any intentions to far Relations between Washington and Damascus have been going No parking on downtown Fed eral Avenue during business aours and continuation of two way traffic are being recom mended to the city council by the The retailers division of the Mason City Chamber of Com merce also recommended meter ing of closein parking lots with a time limit not to exceed three hours All three recommendation were passed with a substantial majority according to Lester Vlilligan chamber secretary He said all 160 members of the re division were notified o he meeting and its purpose and attendance was fairly good The retailers at their meeting Wednesday also urged the coun cil to acquire as soon as possible additional parking lots to serve South Federal Tfe parking ban ag plied from 4th N to 2nd S it was suggested until additional parking is available for the busi ness area between 2nd and 6th S Voting by the merchants fol lowed presentation of the prob lem by Mayor George Mendon Clifford Hamblin city engineer and Raymond Zack chairman of the chambers streets and high ways committee Trie three made the presentaj lion at the request of Zacks group which met last week to dis cuss the same problem Oneway traffic on downtown streets did not find favor with either of the chamber committees at 4th and S Federal That prop as he has never held before ap Ipealed for all of the which Congress had set as the ceiling in an authorization bill he had just signed That figure it self is half a billion less than Eisenhower originally said was needed Eisenhower served notice that he will call a special session of Congress to get more money if he finds U S interests jeopar dized by the lack of needed funds First Plea erty includes 100 feet on Federal Disregarding the special ses Sheriff Percy Haven reported Areline Vorwald 40 was hospitalized with wounds in her chest and shoulder Her condition was fair Her husbandHubert Casey Vorwald 46 was held on an charge The couples 17year jold son Tommy witnessed ths shooting Haven said Mrs Vorwaldstart ed divorce proceedings last week against her husband Haven said the shooting apparently stemmed ifrom domestic difficulties and the divorce I No argument preceded the bhuotmg M INN E A P 0 LI S sapped out of the house as Mrs Vorwald finished some work in AntiOrdass Meeting Is Broken Up and 330 feet on 4th SW sion talk an appropriations sub The city council at a special session Thursday noon began legal proceedings to acquire for1 a 40car parking lot at 6th and S Federal on the present lo cation of the Quality Fruit Mar ket The public hearing was set for pm Sept 3 The council also has expressed interest in buying the present site of the Rock Island freight depot At its Aug 5 meeting the councommittee in a SVzhour closed cil deferred action on the downlsession Wednesday night made town traffic problem until they jthe 3809650000 cut which the full could have the recommendations of the merchants A letterfrom Kenet Pearce Mason City real tor asked for action on oneway streets V church leader Thursday charged that hecklers and Lutheran semi nary students broke up a meeting called to protest the appearance approved of Lutheran churchmen from Iron the garden and shot her as she walked toward the house the 55 a nextdoor The council also instructed Mayor Mendon to get the opinion of State Highway Commission of ficials on oneway traffic west on State Street from Connecticut to Jefferson and oneway east on 1st South from Jefferson to Connecti cut Refuses to Close Door on Testimony by Movie Stars LOS ANGELES tf The door was left open Thursday for the de fense to call movie stars as wit nesses in the criminal libel trial of Confidential and Whisper maga zines Superior Judge Herbert V Walker said he would rule on the admissability of their testimony when they take the stand He helc in abeyance a ruling on a prose cution motion to bar the celebri downhill for many months testimony on grounds is closely linked with Egypt in WQUd be immaterial its Middle East policy and has like Egypt taken substantial ship ments of arms from the Soviet bloc WhileUnited States influ ence in Damascus has declined Russias influence is believed to have grown markedly Defense Counsel Arthur J Crowley said he wants to put the stars on the stand to ask them whether stories about them in the magazines are true Now barring some further legal move by the prosecution or the defense Hollywood wont be spared the embarassment of hav ing some of her most glamorous names dragged into the stand to tell the truth about their bou doir lives And the trial can be expected to roll along for weeks Already a parade of stories CR Bill Continues to Languish in the House WASHINGTON UP The civil rights bill languished in the Touse Thursday with chances dim for quick action on the con troversial measure Some congressmen believed that talk of a special session this fall on foreign aid might put off settlement of the civil rights stale mate until then The bill was lodged in the House Rules committee and apparently neither Republican or committee members could get enough support to push their rival plans through And they were getting no help from Committee Chairman Howj Rural Austin Man Bleeds to Death 41 rAn About Thursday The weeks first Eisenhower plea for foreign aid money was made to a congressional group Monday night The new Eisenhower statement came out while the full commit tee was working on the bill In its final committee form the measure allows in new money for the overseas pro gram in the year which started July l With a carryover of S667 050000 from previous appropria tions this gives Eisenhower 288200000 less than he first said was needed Before the full committee acted Thursday Republican Leader Mar Mason City Mostly fair and cooltin of Massachusetts said Eisen er through Friday Low Thurshower wont stand for the cut the The Weather Curtain countries at thethird as sembly of the Lutheran World Federation i Ive never had an experience like the one in Minneapolis Wed nesday night Dr Carl Mclntire ColHhgswood NJ said And Ive spoken all over the world and been in 61 countries Dr Mclntire president of the International Council of Christian Churches said he addressed 1 000 people at a meeting held at the Lye eu rh Theater Feeling sheriff said W E neighbor and a police officer and Tommy Vorwald disarmed Vor waldHaven and Police Chief Earl Waller were about a block away They heard the shots and saw Mrs Vorwald fall day night 5458 High Friday 7477 Iowa Fair Thursday night cool er northeast lows 60s north low 70s extreme south Friday part ly cloudy not so warm with scat tered thundershowers north Minnesota Showers warmer subcommittee made Called Too Deep Its too deep a cut Martin said The President wont stand for this This will not permit him to keep his commitments The new presidential statement bore out Martins prediction on how Eisenhower would view the GlobeGazette weather data upiSiibcommiUee action It did not said that police escorted h i m home when the meeting was through The meeting w a s called to protest the appearance of Bishop Lajos Ordass primate of the Hungarian Lutheran Church and Lutheran church leaders from Poland East Germany and Yugo Dio Bodyguard Are indicted on Tax Charges NEW YORK W Racketeer Johnny Dio and a man described as his bodyguard Theodore Ray in secret indicfc ran so high he ments opened Thursday with fed ORDASS eral income tax evasion and con spiracy to violate income tax laws Dio focal point of recent at tention by Senate rackets probers was accused of failing to report income totaling and evad ing payment of in federal taxes for 1950 1951 and 1952 Ray was charged with evading payment of in taxes for 1950 The government said Rays real to 8 am Thursday however go into the matter of a slavia at the LWFs 11day conname is Rij but that he used the ference beginning Thursday mght ard WSmith DVa an ardent 0 death Thursday after his motor oe of the measure Smith saia le coUided wilfa a car here A e would make no immediate piece of chrome from the auto jouged a hole in Jancourts leg and the bleeding could not be stopped in time American Among Dead in Crash of Russ Airliner COPENHAGEN Denmark itft A twinengined Soviet airliner roni the pages of the two publi coming in for a landing plunged into Copenhagen Harbor Thurs day after clipping a tall chimney Police among in low hanging clouds said one American was the 23 passengers and a crew of 5 There were no sur vivors There was no immediate identi fication of the dead Seven nonRussians on the plane were listed as three West Germans two Britons a Nor wegian and an American Sixteen bodies were recovered Harbor rescue services were preparing to raise the wreck from the muddy bottom with a huge floating crane The plane was in 18 feet of water and the iob may take hours Witnesses said the plane an Ilyushin14 came out of low hanging clouds and struck the mistshrouded chimney which was slightly damaged The plane went into a steep dive anc smashed with severe impact into the southern part of the harbor The airport is south of the city cations has featured such box of ice attractions as Frank Sinatra Robert Mitchum Jayne Mans Mae West June AHyson Maureen OHara Eddie Fisher and Corrine Calvet The stories were read into the record Wednesday HAND VINTON Iff Mary McKinley daughter of Mr and Mrs Don McKinley of Vinton lost a hand Wednesday when she became il and fell into a cutting machin at Vinton canning factory committee to move to call the ake up the bill Smith could delay action until ext week He said he hasnt de ided what course to follow but ras not inclined to do anything ntil some agreement is reached etween backers of rival bills Republicans want to broaden he Senatepassed civil rights bill Democrats are willing to accept he Senate version with a change inly in the jury trial amendment o limit it to voting rights cases Rep Kenneth B Keating R said that he would recom mend that in the event of a session on the foreign aid bill the issue be taken up then f no adequate civil rights mea sure is worked out before Con gress adjourns 86 Minimum Wednesday night 68 At 8 am Thursday 75 Eisenhower rnignt YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 86 57 about SAME DATE19S6435 Man Suffocates in Sewer Cavein OTTUMWA workmen were trapped by a sewer cavein here Wednesday and one was dead when rescuers reached him The dead man was Charley Hunt who was buried for about 10 minutes Firemen operating a resuscitator failed in their ef to revive him i The other manMaurice Kelly rescued from the 11foot ditch alive and apparently unharmed The trench is being dug for a sewer system in a new addition The full committee report writ ten by Rep Passman DLa who headed the subcommittee said the group has evidence that the funds approved are more than adequate to keep the program op erating effectively It said the committee noted that the unexpended balance for the mutual security program last June 30 was 36195000000 That with the new money recommend Bishop Ordass who will present e keynote address to c representing 50 million of worlds 70 million name Ray in matters involving taxes and that he was under the name of Ray i Dio is alleged to have been tha of the acidblinding spent nearly two years in labor columnist Victor on trumpedup charges under the Communist regime He was later reinstated as primate of the church CLERK RESIGNS DUBUQUE tf Lee McNeely clerk of the US District Court for Northern Iowa for 45 years ed would give the agency resigning Aug 31 He is one 760000 of the oldest Federal Court clerks bor dealings As in his previous picas Eisenin years of service jhower took the stand Thursday that even the full authorization jbill figures would hamper pro Igrams designed for the countrys best interests Riesel in New York Ray also was alleged to hava been one of those involved in tha Riesel attack Government ef forts to prosecute the two and others on charges growing out of the action collapsed through re fusal of certain witnesses to testi fy Dio recently was convicted on state charges of extortion in la Young Farmer Killed in Tractor Accident IRFTON Franke Probers Hear Recorded Chat Between Labor Racketeers WASHINGTON rack ets probers Thursday confronted turned pinning him beneath it captured control of the Teamsters Joint Council 16 in New York labor racketeers Tonv This was a major stride in Hoffa3 23 was killed in a tractor corallo and Sam GoldVnse to powcr in the umon dent on the farm of his wjth secrcrty recorded tele Corallo hunched over in the wit Mr and Mrs Elmer Franke pnone conversations lness chair took the Fifth Amend about three miles east of thisj ment and refused to identify his jSioux County community He poert F Kennedy chief counvoicc on the recornng But it killed when the tractor overise of the Senate Rackets Comwas so identified by an agent of mittee said his purpose was to the New York police department show that Corallo whom he Xatale Lauremli described as more powerful than The Johnny Dio in the underworld committee already has heard some wiretapped record came out of the narcotics racketsmgs one of these was a tele and linked up with Goldstein toiphone conversation between Dio WASHINGTON Si The SenateidominatTc Teamsters Umon Localam corallo discussing plans to f f Confirmed by voice vote Thursr39 in New York City defeatMartin J Lacey for re lef combsthe hair of her mfantson bctore jday President Eisenhowers nomj Kennedy also said the convex election as president of Joint ination of Edwin R Hicklin to bcUsalions show that in league witlr Council 16 and supplant him with U S district judge for southernjracketeer Dio the two helped tojjohn ORmnke who finally got loya The Wapello attorney suclrig the 1956 election in which the post ORourkc was hacked by the late William F Riley Teamsters boss James R HoffajHoifa CHRISTENING DAY Italian film star AP Wivcphoto Gina Lollo Hicklin Nomination Confirmed by Senate christening ceremony at oabaftclia Italy iNurse KOS Reich the baby while his lather Dr MUkp Slcpfic is at center The baby born July 28 was telied Milko Jr V   

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