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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORT H IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Associated Presj United Full Wires Seven Centa a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY APRIL 20 1957 This Paper Consists at 1wo I 1 Christians to Note Christs Resurrection BT THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Christians throughout the Avorld Sunday celebrate the joyous holiday of Easter commemorating the resur rection of Christ Millions of worshippers will throng churches in cities towns and villages to pray in the name of the Prince of Peace In old Jerusalem because of the atmosphere of suspicion and hostility which grips the Middle East only a few of the usual thousands of pilgrims will take part in ceremonies In Home Pope Pius XII will give his annual Easter message to the world For the first time the pontiffs message will be tele vised for Europe Also it will be broadcast via Vatican radio and 14 European networks in 28 languages and later will be picked up by American Canadian and ish broadcasting systems In the United States regular church services will be supple mented by scores of sunrise cere monies in various sections of the nation For small children it will be the happy day to find the bright ly colored eggs the Easter bunny has hidden For their sisters and mothers it will be the day to don new spring finery for the Easter pa rades after church No 165 To Attend Services President and Mrs Eisenhower vacationing in Augusta will be among the millions of Ameri cans attending services In Washington sunrise services will be held at Walter Reed Army Medical Center for the 30th year Traditional sunrise services at Ar lington National Cemetery will be attended by government officials and broadcast nationally by NBC Postmaster General Arthur Sum merfield will give the prayer Catholic and Protestant serv ices will be held at Camp Kilmer for Hungarian refugees still remaining at the reception cen ter The American Committee for Liberation will broadcast Easter services from Munich Germany to people behind the Communist Iron Curtain Usual Parade Weather permitting New Yorks Fifth Avenue will see its usual throng of Easter paraders Hundreds of thousands are ex pected to witness other Easter parades on the broad walks of As bury Park and Atlantic City in New Jersey In Philadelphia rock stage shows scheduled at roll two theaters for Easter Sunday were cancelled by the managements at the request of Mayor Richardson Dilworth The mayor said he thought the shows clearly inap propriate for the day About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy and cooler high 5863 Saturday Mostly fair and cooler Saturday and mild high 6266 Iowa Partly cloudy through Sun day thunderstorms extreme east and northeast ending Saturday Six Dead in Wind Storms in Wisconsin Property Damage Described Heavy MILWAUKEE tf Six persons were killed as a series of violent wind and rain storms tore at southern Wisconsin Good Friday The dead were two Minnesota men killed in a plane crash two youths drowned in a boating mis hap a high school agricultural teacher struck by lightening and a farmer who was injured fatally when his house was blown to bits by savage winds Two of the storms striking at Necedah in the southcentral part of the state and Burlington in the southeast portion caused heavy property damage Temperatures were near 70 as the storms struck Lived Alone The storm at Necedah resulted in the deatli of William Mallis about 55 who lived alone on a farm Other victims were Verhon Per schau 42 and Max Albers 36 both of Glencoe Vincent Ptaschinski 17 and Edward Schliewe 18 both of Beaver Dam and Oscar W Dobratz 44 of Oco uomowoc Mallis authorities was in his home when the storm struck He was found about 125 V Legislature in TugofWar on Tax Issue By DW1GHT McCOKAIACK DES MOINES A political tugofwar over the states future tax program is enlivening the dying days the 1957 Iowa Legislature How it comes out probably will be the determining factor in the session ends The Senate has agreed to quit officially next Tuesday The House hasnt acted on that resolution Many of the lawmakers believe they wont be able to finish their work actually before next Saturday Up for debate in the House probably Monday is the socalled Senate omnibus revenue bill It would continue on a permanent basis the present sales use individual income and corporation in come tax rates It also would provide funds for state aid to schools and agricultural land lax credits Democratic Gov Herschel Loveless has warned the Republican AcontroIled Legislature repeatedly that he would veto any bill which proposes a sales tax rate of more than 2 per cent The bill calls for f22 per cent the present rate The Republican majority in the i Senate which passed he bill on j April 10 by a vote of 2S to 21 attempting by including school aid and agricultural land tax credit in I he omnibus bill to lay on the governors desk a bill he Demos Want Bipartisan Investigation Road Department Probe Welcomed crats welcome the right kind of But he added that a House resolution which could provide the vehicle for such a couldnt veto However some Republicans i especially those from western DES MOINES Demobordcr counties also object to a crats have demanded equal rep21i per cent sales tax Theysay it resentalion on any legislativcjis losing business in their coun commiltee to investigate equipjties to neighboring salcslaxfreo ment bids received by the Slateslates Highway Commission Amendments Likely State Rep Merle Ilagedorn Dj It is expeclccl lhat ma u V HUSr 1CT will be made in the House I U a i H h r 11 t n T I Democrats and Republi cans lo amend the omnibus bill Democrats are due to follow the governors line in these efforts will file an amendment Buti provide for a truly bipartisan PromPuy Declared that committee of three Democrats and three Hage dorn said The recent tax study committee was described us bi hc would veto it The committee then dropped the plan That proposal was to boost in dividual income tax rates 25 per cent continue the sales tax at feet from the house by a neigh bor a stick of Mallis frame home or other buildings on the farm remained standing Upside Down Perschau and Alberts were killed when their private single engine plane crashed about three quarters of a mile from the La Crossc Municipal Airport Author ities believed the piano was flying upside down as the occupants battled a rain squall and high winds Ptaschinski and Schliewe and three companions had rented an outboard motor boat and were riding on Beaver Dam Lake when high waves swamped their boat Sunday fair The three others were rescued Dobratz agricultural instructor aruy ciouay mrough High School had Scattered showers and samPlcs on I nO l llfrntvi I f1 the Clifford Leonard farm four west of Qconomowoc Highs Saturday Go7s west Wund east Cooler northeast a ll6C that ha1 becn night lows 4250 northwest 5058 southeast Warmer west Sun day lin Minnesota Cloudy windy cooler Globe Gazelle weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Friday 71 Minimum Friday night 50 At 8 Saturday 55 Precipitation 03 inch YEAR AGO Maximum 5tj Minimum 22 Trains Collide in Subway 77 Injured NEW YORK UP Seventy seven persons were injured Fri day night when a subway train slammed the rear of a sec ond stalled train in a Brooklyn tunnel Eight of the injured were hospi talized but only one the motor man of the moving train William Hoke 46 was seriously hurt Pleasant Weather Seen for Iowa Easter Sunday Jiminez Found Guilty on AssaultCount A District Court jury Friday evening found James Allan Jim inez guilty of assaulting his father with intent to do great bodily inj jury Judge Tom Boynton presid ing set time of sentencing for Monday The conviction allows as pen alty a fine of not more than or up to a year imprisonment in either the county jail or the State Penitentiary at Fort Madison The verdict was one of five the jury could have brought in Jim Inez 21 507 Washington S was charged with assault with in tent lo murder He could have been found guilty on that charge guilty of assault with intent to commit manslaughter or of as sault and battery as well as thej type assault of which the jury found him guilty Jiminezs attorney had asked for a finding of innocence on the grounds that the young man was acting in self defense when he slashed his father with a jack knife Jan 12 The father John Jiminez 51 was hospitalized with abdcJminal wounds after the inci dent at the family home James Jiminez in his testimony in the trial admitted attacking his father but said that the elder Jim inez had threatened to kill him and was armed wrilh knives him self The jury deliberated over three hours before the verdict was read to Jiminez and the court Judge Boynton after the verdict was returned excused the trial jurors until Tuesday morning bills those to provide funds with which to operate ment agencies in state govern the next two years Leads the Nation in AVERAGE SCHOOLING WASHINGTON Iff Iowa leads the nation in the number of adults with five or more years of school work A recent reporr compiled fay the research division of the Na tional Education Assn shows that only per cent of Iowas population 25 years of age and older had less than five years schooling The national average based on the 1950 census was 11 per cent Oregon and Utah ranked second to Iowa with per cent while Louisiana fell to the bottom of the list with per iiji T i i Hiuaf UillfcMtf I1CC3 Iowa ranked 14th among the states in the percentage of Hussein had battled for a Roland Reko Des a oneimust be solved and the other two lahon with at least four years of high school per cent a new turn pcrhapsjtime employe of Gov Herschelipassed in the same form That ia and well down the list in the number of college graduates at 5 jfor the worse Loveless and asked to halt a conlone requirement the Legislature per cent The national average of college graduates Hayari described by his friends tract letting on mower equipmust meet only 6 per cent California topped the field here with per las a career soldier with little Jordan Army Chief Quits After 2 Days AMMAN Jordan Gen Hayari resigned jvia a telephone call from jas the new chief of staff of Jor dans Army The political crisis partisan when it consisted 10 Republicans and two per for the rcst of this ivear and then let it drop back Issued Statement to 2 per cent The move for a probe of the Another factor on which final highway commission by the LegaclJournmenl will depend is pas islature took shape after Highway of the major appropriations Commission Chairman Robert Beck Ccnterville issued a state ment Thursday saying he had been informed of a reported at tempt to pad highway equip ment bids by 25 per cent One Requirement Only two of the four have luul JiavCT Beck said Commissioner M c llpassed in both houses And in the Graham Audubon a of the two approved the had been approached by two menJHouse figures vary from those of Virgil W Smith Milan andthe Senate These differences cent in politics took over the SAME 41 Escape Forced Landing in Airliner DALLAS Tex Bran Convair airliner carrying 41 u is likely lhat lie lawmaker said the meeting with also will provide some funds for j uvti tut int win iJiuvKie funds Jor top job only Thursday and apparGraham was arranged by tfcmocapital improvements These bills ently firmed up Husseins control cratic State Chairman Jake More have not yet been introduced over the restive kingdom He replaced Maj Gen Ali Abu Nuwar a proEgyplian soldier politician who was driven from the country to Syria last week passengers nosed over shortly Several high officers accom Another Bid The commission chairman said the men asked Graham to get the contract letting canceled and to set up another bid letting Inter on Thc Board of Regents has asked more tlliin LB million dollars for now buildings and improvements at the institutions under its juris diction The Board of Control in which the bids would belwlllls million for its institu paddcd by 25 per cent tions chief of staff i Beck said he was told that most Republican Icacers in the House was to go to the lci nt tall up the sine adjournment resolution until whal the situation Pleasant weather temper atures in the upper 60s and lower 70s was promised Saturday for Easter Sunday The forecast said skies would be partly cloudy and there wasnt much likelihood that miladys bonnet would get sprinkled dur ing the Easter Parade There were a few showers and thunderstorms in parts the state Friday night and early Sat urday morning but the heavy rains that had becn forecast didnt materialize The heaviest rainfall reported 30 of an inch at Waterloo and about a fourth of an inch at Dubuque Other amornts were less than a tenth of an inch Mason City Had 05 Clearing skies allowed the mer cury to drop into the 40s in west ern Iowa early Saturday Lows ranged from 45 at Council Bluffs to 65 at Davenport Peak readings Saturday after noon were expected to be a little cooler than Friday when highs ranged from 71 at Mason City to 83 at Davenport and Burling ton Verdict Returned in Favor of Truck Lines DECORAH UP A Winne shiek County jury Friday night returned a verdict in favor of the Indianhead Truck Lines St Paul in connection with an auto accident two years ago which was fatal to a Decorah woman The truck lines was awarded a settlement while a countersuit by Roy Gjettley De corah husband of the traffic vic tim was dismissed The accident occurred April 22 1955 on Iowa 52 near here before midnight during an emjpanied Nuwar tergency landing at Love Field the with a faulty nose wheel Pac was scnt to Damascus lo ask the profit was to 0 rian authorities lo extradite a Democratic Party but thaiau sengers and crew members esjgroup of the Jordanian dissidentsJGraham turned the l leaped injury Cut an official spokesman flat and then informed lhcjis lnpn cd that on arrival Hayari telcrest of the commission about ir phoned fatherinlaw Scdky Meanwhile Gov Lcvelcss said u piumikm wui JEl Kassem Lo present his rasigju nsf would conduct a highwaybe delayd a day or two Even nation to the government Commission investigation of Hie final adjournment Tc t c F TA Atln Tfft Vi ii t f1 if If it appears impractical to Gov Lcvelcss measure then il probably will Reports from Damascus said Hayari had asked political asylum in Syria which gets arms from Soviet Russia and that a number of other free officers of the own He promised ho would upon by both houses if mand prosecution if any illegalthat time arrives and the work acts arc uncovered Smith said he Moines just looking around and the in is not completed is the Destraditional practice of stopping Jordanian Army had joined him that he did not go with Reko to That means the clocks in the in the Syrian capital Usually reliable informants saidj Hayaris job probably will go to Gen Habes Majali or Gen Sadek Sharon both now deputy chiefs of staff Audubon lo see Graham But halls are stopped just and Graham said Smithshorl of the agreedupon time of the trip adjournment Governor Thus Far Has 124 ModernDay Pilgrims Leave on Ocean Trip PLYMOUTH England Mayflower II left Plymouth liar DKi MOINES UP Hogulntr the manufacture and bor Saturday to sail for the new Hcrschel Loveless thus far has sale of fertilizers world on u voyage duplicating the I signed into law 124 bills passed from 5 to 8 the min Pilgrim fathers trip in 1620 The by thu Legislature most of numbciof pllplU lo main of minor or hmited an school A few exceptions were measures wooden vessel 180 tons was lowed into the English Channel by a tug belching black smoke to Authorize cities lo engage1 in a injj uutujv 1 aml there were wild cheers from Increase the size uf the Iowa cieajrancc projc thousands of spectators Highway Patrol from 225 to Kcciuire counties to have thnr ABLOOM FOR EASTER Patty the Easter lilies on a terrace of Rockefeller Center in New York as final preparations were being made for Sundays Easter observance In background is St Pa tricks Cathedral focal point of the annual Easter Parade Sails of the Mayflower II were men and authorize pay raises still furled to the rigging but the crew was lo spread them outside Plymouth Harbor A light south west wind barely fluttered the red ensign on top of the mizzcn mast inner harbor was placid but Extend the 6 cent state gasoline tax another four years Legalize 50foot trucks on state highways road budgets approved by the Highway Commission has vetoed two hills One would have relieved farmers of paying the sales tax on gaso Increase the cost of hunting andjtine used in agriculture The othnr fishing licenses from to have relieved cily transit ihcrc wore a few ripplos out attach and require women lo of paving jsea Ifishing licenses taxes ;