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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 19, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Doily Newspaper Edited far HMM MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TNI NIWSPAPIt THAT MAKIS ALL NOITH IOWANS NIIGHIORS HOME EDITION VOL LXI Free ud PTCM LUM MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 19 IfSS ThU Ptftt CMtliU OM t7 200 Red Planes Blast Tachen Island Taxes on Services Pondered Million Income Hike DES MOINES UP The Iowa Tax Commission Wednesday said in additional 20 million dollars could be raised each year if tax free services ranging from those of the physician to the plumber were subjected to the twocent state tales tax The report enumerated 13 such services that be included Commission Research Director Louis H Cook said the report was made at the request of Sen Her man Knudson RClear Lake anc Rep Dewey Goode RBloomfield House floor leader and several other legislators These estimates do not qonsider the justice or equity of such a Cook said Neither could they be considered to be an ad he said Two Patterns Cook said any Iowa service tax law could best be patterned after those existing in Washington and Indiana states with approximately the same economic conditions as Iowa Revenue from the taxed services would be in addition to the 016 raised in sales anduse taxes on tangible personal property dur ing the year ending June 30 1954 Cook1 said a list of activities Subject to a service tax might be almost indefinitely extended but enumerated the following specific Services A twocent tax on buses trucks and other freight and passenger haulers working within state bor Taxicab Tax on the services connected with providing fuels and electricity to industrial and processing plants Hotels Motels Tax on hotels motels and other transient Laundry dry cleaning dyeing and storage Services connected with automo biles and other vehicles such as garage repairs washing cars parking Cook said this was a conservative Repair of farm machinery Heating and plumbing Services of funeral directors Earbering and beauty parlor Services of physicians lawyers and Contracting services other than those connected with construction on taxfree Publishing activities such as ad PUMPING FOR President Nixon who as a youth worked as a filling station attendant wipes the windshield of Mrs Barbara Larrocas car in a March of Dimes stunt in Washington Nixon decked out in an attendants uniform pumped gas for several hours with profits going to the polio fund A Real Hollywood Case of PUPPY LOVE MELBOURNE Australia Prank Sinatra Wednes day disclosed there is a teenage romance between his 14yearold daughter Nancy and Bmg Crosbys 16yearold youngest son Lind say Sinatra said Crosby telephoned him about a month ago and told him Lindsay is going around the house with sheeps eyes smitten with your daughter Nancy Were just hoping that youll keep working so that therell be something for Lindsay to hang on to if theres a Sinatra quoted Crosby Sinatra said Lindsay has been visiting Nancy quite a lot I tease Nancy about it She gets kind of shy and says Oh Daddy dont ask me about things like 12 Reasons Cited Stassen Explains Why He Hired Ladejinsky WASHINGTON 10Foreign Aid Chief Harold E Stassen has cited 12 reasons for believing Wolf Ladejinsky Russianborn land reform expert deserves the security clearance Stassen granted him Though the Agriculture Department had labeled Ladejmsky a se curity risk Stassen said Tuesday he later made 12 findings which convinced him Ladejinsky meets the requirements of the federal se curity program Stassen said in a summary of he case that Ladejinskys hirin y the Foreign Operations Admin stration for a land reform pro gram in Indochina was in keeping vertising depending on the scope set forth in the to Less Costly The commission said service taxes are relatively simple in ad ministration and are less costly in proportion to revenues collectec than are most income taxes either corporate or In all cases collected from the the tax would be individual ob taming the service that is the person taking a taxi ride getting suit pressed or having a build Ing constructed While Cook enumerated only 13 categories he said basing his esti mate on taxes collected in other states for similar services lowans could expect to shell out an addi tional 20 million dollars each year Lansing Area Farmer Killed by Tractor LANSING Wl Norbert Hawes 27 was killed Tuesday when a tractor overturned as he was haul Ing corn on his farm south of here SAME DATE19S441 flu mttot traffic death ta fust 14 knrt fundamental principles of ustice and of human Had Clearance Ladejinsky 55 had security clearance as State Department ag ricultural attache in Tokyo But when agricultural attaches were transferred by law to the Agricul ture Department Secretary Ben son ruled Ladejinsky a security risk Stassen said he later intervened in the case because of White House interest in resolving the conflict ing decisions by the State and Ag riculture departments Sen Humphrey a crit ic of Bensons hole in the contro versy Tuesday introduced a bill to form a 12member special com mission of government officials and private citizens to investigate the entire security program Not Communist Stassen said his decision to hire Ladejinsky was based on findings which he numbered from 1 to 12 including Ladejinsky is not and never has been a his gov ernment service record is unblem ished his land reform program in Japan helped thwart Communism tie was not a member of any sub versive organizations his writings are not favorable to the Commu nist and was located that he no evidence at any time lad written or spoken favorably of CHURCH PARLEY CINCINNATI UP More than 600 church leaders will come here between Feb 4 and Feb 11 or the 1955 meeting of the Divi sion of Christian Education of tha National Council of Churches of Christ in the U S A 9 Inches Snow in South Iowa By The AssocUUd Preit Snow which fell on most of Iowa and ranged up to nine inches deep in southern counties came to an end Wednesday As skies cleared during the night temperatures dropped sharply in western Iowa Carroll reported a reading of eight below zero The lowest Iowa reading previously re ported this winter was six below at Decorah on last Dec 6 Temperatures throughout most of the western half of Iowa were near the zero mark and the Tues day night minimums ranged up ward to 22 at Davenport The Weather Bureau said read ings would be colder in eastern Iowa Wednesday night but not so cold in the west Snowfall in central Iowa totaled from 1 to 4 inches and in southern owa from 3 inches upward with Bedford and Lamoni reporting 9 inches Extreme northern Iowa re ceived little or no snow Godfrey Singer Hubby Reconcile NEW YORK unTV Singer Dor othy McGuire issued a brief formal statement Wednesday that she has een reconciled with her husband Army Sgt John Henry Brown and that they are very Miss McGuires name was linked with Julius La Rosa efore LaRosa was dropped from his singing assignment on the Ar thuf Godfrey show Godfrey said he had fired LaRosa for lack of and not because he was having a romance with a mar ried woman Four Convicts Continue to i Hold Hostages No Compromise Officials Warn BOSTON 0 For every shot ired at us a guard warned our desperate state prison con victs Wednesday as they continued into the second day to hold five juards hostages in their fantastic bid for freedom The message was issued from the solitary confinement cellblock of the Massachusetts State prison vhere the quartet of desperadoes las been holding the guards cap tive since 5 Tuesday Electric Chair Shortly after receipt of the mes sage by Warden John J OBrien State Atty Gen George Fingold announced over the prisons public address system one of you kills all of you ill die in the electric Both OBrien and Fingold said here would be no compromise They demanded that the guards ie released unharmed Bank Robber Scores of state police and local aw enforcers stood by with ma hine guns bazookas shot guns ubmachineguns rifles and small arms Spokesman and ringleader of the armed convicts is Theodore Ted dy Green 39 a notorious bank robber and experienced prison es caper who notified Warden OBrien Tuesday night One shot me gas bomb and one of your crews guards dies If shots are ired at us then to hell with what happens from then Communists May Invade Area Next Nationalist Raps Policy From Our Win Serried TAIPEH FormosaRed China Wednesday Island with a massive bombing attack by 200 planes and poured naval rein forcements into the growing threat to Generalissimo Chiang Kaisheks northern defenses of Formosa Gloomy Nationalist leaders pre dicted the moves will be climaxec by an early allout invasion at tempt on the main Tachen Isianc and others of the strategic chain of outposts 250 miles north of For mosa Rips Policy One Nationalist leader speaking personally said The Communists are going to take our islands one by one and the United States 7th fleet is no going to do a damned thing abou The Reds already are in posses sion of Yikiangshan Island 12 miles north of Tachen after a sur prise amphibious invasion carried out Tuesday Pishan another is land 32 miles south of Tachen was seriously menaced A large Amer ican detachment is based on Tachen A large number of Chinese Nationalist warplanes Wednesday carried out a retaliatory air raid against Communist vessels along ihe southeast coast of mainland China A military communique is sued here said the punitive at which also sent Nationalist fighter bombers to the Amoy and Swatow areas off the China main and inflicted heavy losses on the Reds TwoHour Flight The Reds claimed Yikiangshan was conquered in two hours Pei ping Radio quoting the official newspaper Peoples Daily called the invasion a victory of modern military It added the victory shows that the Chinese peo ple are unshakable in their deter mined will to fight for the libera tion of Taiwan The ocean is no barrier to the heroic Ihinese Peoples Liberation The Nationalists made known theirapprehensions amid these re ports 1 Organized resistance on Yiki angshan was broken by the Reds t was believed that the defending jattalion of guerrillas either had een killed or captured 2 Outnumbered and outgunned Nationalist planes swarmed out of Formosa to bomb and strafe Red warships anchored off Yikiangshan and Chinese Communist troops al ready ashore 3 A new threat was said to be developing 32 miles south of Ta chen at Pishan Island where Com munist artillery was shelling Na ionalist defenses Unconfirmed re wrts said the Reds were massing an invasion fleet near Pishan 4 The Nationalists claimed they killed Communist soldiers hot down two Red bombers and ank or damaged several Commu list warships at Yikiangshan Sheppard Denied Bail Father 64 Is Dead RICHARD SHEPPARD CLEVELAND WtAn Appellate Court Wednesday denied bail to convicted wifeslayer Sam Shep pard whose father died Tuesday night 11 days after his mother committed suicide The three judge court held that no person convicted of a crime punishable by life imprisonment is bailable under state laws Sheppard convicted of second degree murder has been sen tenced to a life term Shcppards attorneys had asked that he be released on bail while his appeal is pending Sheppard broke down and cried Tuesday night in jail when he heard that his father had died Two brothers of Dr Sam who was convicted of killing his preg nant wife Marilyn said their father Dr Richard Sheppard 64 lost his will to live after the suicide of his wife 11 days ago Dr Sam was kept in a special observation cell Wednesday while guards at county jail maintained close watch Just a few days ago the younger Sheppard who is ap pealing h i s conviction for the seconddegree murder had been returned to his regular four by eightfoot cell He had been un der observation since Jan 7 when his mother shot herself in the head CeaseFire Between Chinese Forces Is Presidents Wish WASHINGTON Eisenhower said UP President Wednesday he would like to see the United Na tions try to arrange a ceasefire between the Chinese Nationalists and Red Chinas attacking forces Tlje President told a news con ference that he does not know whether the would be able to do anything about halting the shooting but he said he would like to see it use its good offices to seel a ceasefire The Presidents remarks came atop a statement Tuesday by Sec retary of State Dulles that th United States would offer no ob jections to the United Nation seeking a ceasefire Dulles state ment created a sensation in For mosa stronghold of the Chines Nationalists All Are Elthon OKs Appointments 4 to 38 Senate Committees DES MOINES Gov Leo Elthon Wednesday announced his appointments to 38 committees of the Senate to serve during the 56th General Assembly All committee chairmen are Republicans The Appropriations Committee is headed by Harry Watson RSan J Kendall Lynes RPlainfield is the ranking member Tin Ways and Means Committee is headed by J G Lucas RMadrid Two Mason Cityans Hurt in Accident North of Hinton Kay Manley 74 1033 2nd Mason City was in jured Tuesday afternoon when th car in which she was riding rolle over on Highway 75 a half mil north of here Miss Manley a passenger in th car driven by her brother Jame B Mfnley 79 was hospitalizet at Le Mars with a cut forehcac and possible chest injuries Highway patrolmen said the Manley car rolled over into a ditch wice and landed on its top They said Manley was uncertain wha lappened Wholesale Prices of Food Rises Slightly NEW YORK WVWholesale food trices as measured by the Dun Bradstfeet index rose slightly this week to the highest point in seven weeks The index stood at com ared with a week ago Herman M Knudson RCleaj Lake as ranking member Chairmen of other committee included Agriculture Lynes Cities and Towns Van Eaton Highways Dykhouse Educational Institu tions Molison Social Security McFarlane Tax Revision X T Prentis Aeronautics Schrooder Banks Building and Loan Scott Board of Control Knudson Claims Eli jab Compensation of Public Off cers Heideman Chaplains Say re Conservation Putney Election Reform Walker En rolled Bills Shaff Affairs Grimstead Insurance D Nolan Interstate Cooperation Nelson Iowa Development Ander son Judiciary No 1 Vest Judi ciary No 2 Bycrs Labor William C Stuart Man ufacturing Commerce and Trade Military Affairs Walter Mining Bellman Motor Vehicles Johnson Printing C Emory Ste wart Private Corporations Wash urn Public Health Butler Public Lands and Buildings Boothby ublic Libraries Larson Public Utilities Wbitehead Railroads Don Risk Rules DeVere Watson Chaplain A special group on the Board of Parole is headed by X T rentis and a special Toll Roads roup is headed by Charles S Van Eaton TANK RUSHED TO M41 Army tank with a threeinch gun clatterTover cobblestoned streets as it reaches the ancient Massachusetts State Prison back ground in Boston The tank was called to aid in the siege against four convicts AP Correspondent Spencer Mos sa at Taipch reported that quali fied sources indicated the Chinese Nationalists would reject such an idea A ceasefire in effect would end Chinese Nationalist hopes of ever returning to the Eisenhower also told his newi conference that Dag Hammar skjolds mission to Peiping in an effort to win release of 11 impris oned American airmen cannot be regarded as a failure to long as negotiations are continuing Senate Republican Leader Know land Calif has termed the Ham marskjold mission a failure While Eisenhower did not go along with Knowlahd on that he said emphatically that efforts geek ing the release of the airmen im prisoned as spies never can termed a success until the fliers have been returned to their home land For the first time in history television and newsreel sound cameras were permitted to record the news conference for possible later public showing White House aides will check first however to determine what is to be released The questions covered a wide range of topics to a re quest for an appraisal of his first two years in office the President said the international situation looks better than it did when he was inaugurated two years ago Thursday But he added he would not go so far as to say the picture s rosy As forthe domestic situa ion the Chief Executive summed it up by saying the economic out ook is good Second again aughed off an attempt to draw him out on whether he will seek reelection Federal by a news man that some congressmen are complaining they cant understand he administrations new budget the President replied hat it is the job of the appropriate congressional committees and ad ministration officials who testify before those groups to work out an understanding of the budget He aid administration officials will do everything possible to set mem ers of Congress straight regard ing it Bing Crosby Has Kidney Operation SANTA MONICA Calif Crosby in surgery Wednesday for about four hours for removal of a ddney stone came through in ex cellent his doctor said About The Weather Mason City Fair warmer Iowa Fair and warmer Minnesota Warming trend Globe Gazette Sift Stabbing at Anamosa ANAMOSA An Iowa reforma ory inmate Clifton Clauson 32 iVaterloo was stabbed to death Vednesday noon The prisoner was found in the boiler room dead of tab wounds near the heart and in he head Warden Ray Purcell said reform tory officials had no immediate lues to the identity of Clausens ssailant Sheriff L M Driebelbus of Ana mosa and a State Bureau of Crim nal Investigation agent were ailed in to aid in solution of the asc Clauson was serving a fiveyear FAR a WAftMCR weather data upjtcrm for assault He was sentenced to 8 a m ncsday Maximum Minimum 13 At 8 a m 13 Prccip Trace YEAR AGO Wedjoriginnlly on May 14 1954 to Fort a d i s o n Penitentiaryand was transferred here last Nov 5 Maximum Minimum 27 OUTLAW REDS HAVANA WVThe Cuban Council of Ministers approved a decret Tuesday night outlawing Commu nism in Cuba   

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