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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 17, 1955, Mason City, Iowa                                Noitfi lowcs Doily Newspaper MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSPAPIt THAT MAKES ALL NOITH IOWANS HOME EDITION VOL LXI fnm ud FIMA full LMM Wine MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY PHRUARY 17 19S5 Tkta OM Senate OKs Liquor Storage at Clubs Wont Protect Asian Islands As Suchfr Dulles Tells World Rejects Idea of Voluntary Surrender Far East Given Major Attention NEW YORK WlSecretary Dulles said Wednesday night the United States wont defend Chinese coastal islands as but im plied it will fight if the Reds try to seize the isles as a springboard for conquest of Formosa In a major foreign policy ad dress he declared the United States would be alert to Chinese Communist actions in the area while rejecting for ourselves any initiative of warlike Dulles in addressing a dinner of the Foreign Policy Association made these other main points 1 He rejected an idea report edly favored by some British of ficials that Nationalist China vol untarily surrender to the Reds all the offshore islands He said It is doubtful that this would serve either the cause of peace or the cause of Personal Fights 2 The recent upheaval in Mos cow which put Marshal Nikolai Bulganin in the premiers role is an elemental personal struggle for power but it may also reflect a basic policy difference be tween the Russian Communist Party and the Soviet government If of stature will put their nations welfare first in stead of subordinating it to the Communist drive to win the world then indeed there could be a basis for worthwhile negotiations and practical agreements with the new 3 Fear among Asian people that the United States has no real in tention of supporting them in oppo s i t i o n to Communism has mounted to the danger But he stressed the American people have made known their determi nation to restrain those who vio lently menace liberty and the Eisenhower administration will soberly execute this policy Far East Picture Dulles spoke out in a farranging word address which dealt mainly with the critical Far East picture Dulles in his cautiouslyworded address which apparently con tinued the policy of keeping the enemy did not Quemoy or Matsu by name j The United States he said is firmly committed to the defense of Formosa and the Pescadores the main nationalist strongholds This country he added has no commitments and no purpose to defend the coastal positions as The words as such were underlined in his prepared text But he said the Chinese Com inunists are treating the coastal isles as a means to the end of conquering Formosa He noted that the Reds said after Ameri can forces helped Nationalist Chi nese evacuate the Tachen Islands that this created favorable con ditions for the drive to liberate Formosa Senatorial reaction was mixed A very good said Sen George Foreign Rela tions Committee chairman Sen Morse a critic of admin istration Formosa policy said the speech contained some double Sen Humphrey DMinn voiced pleasure that Dulles said he planned to work through the for a ceasefire NEA Denounces Presidents SCHOOL PLAN WASHINGTON National Education Ann Thursday do nouncod Prosidont Eisonhowtrs school aid program and pleaded for fomo gonuino instead of tokon federal holp to givo every school child desk William G Carr NEAs executive secretary said the adminis tration measure keyed primarily to federal aids to state and local financing rather than outright grants gives our schools much too little aid and much too much control by the federal government Carr said of the administration program The purpose of the bill is stated as being to provide assistance of a substantial and effective It will not provide such assist The NEA is a professional organization of educators Waverly to Open Arms to Negroes WAVERLY 0 A warm invita tion to Air Force Capt Virgil A Daniels to move into an apartment from which he said he had been barred by racial of neighbors was prepared Thursday M R Lackore secretary of the Waverly Chamber of Commerce said every resident of the apart ment building has now signed a petition telling the Negro captain iey welcome him and his family and will be happy to have him as a Other residents of the apart ment building are white Ceremony Planned Lackore said a ceremony was planned at which city officials residents of the apartment and others would present Daniel with ceys to the apartment Lackore also said a deposit made up y donations from residents of the apartments Daniels will be presented We also hope to have keys to several houses Jn Waverly for Capt Daniels so he will have a choice of places to Lack ore said The announcement was made following an executive session of Chamber of Commerce officials Lackore said Waverly wants to show Iowa and the world that Waverly is a friendly Three Children Daniels 37 father of three chil dren is the only Negro officer sta ioned at the nearby radar installa tion He now must commute 42 miles round trip from Waterloo where he and his family live in a mixed neighborhood He said he took back his de posit on the apartment after the apartment rental manager ap ealed to him to take him off the look by not moving in CorwithOKs School Bonds a special election here Wednesday the Corwith Com munity School District approved a bond issue for school pur poses The vote was 400 in favor and 191 opposed to the bonds This is a margin of more than 67 per cent Sixty per cent is required for pass age The money will be used for re constructing and equipping the existing school building construct ing and equipping a new school Building and purchasing land to add to a site already owned Governor to Get Tax Deadline Bill DES MOINES ac tion was completed Thursday on he bill to give lowans until April 30 to file their state income tax re turns The measure now goes to the governor for signing and will be effective in time so that this years state returns will not need to be Sled until the April 30 deadline Great Britain to Start Work on HBombs Drastic Change in Defense Net LONDON UP Great Britain announced Thursday that she will start developing and producing by drogen bombs The disclosure that Britain wil become the worlds third Hbpmb power was made in an officia government white paper giving Britains defenses their mos drastic overhaul in history to keep them abreast of the atomic age In deciding to join the Unitec States and Russia in producing th worlds most deadly explosive thi government said the Hbombs ter rible power its act as a deterrent to Atom Bombs Britain already has produce and exploded its own atomic bombs In the circumstances our im mediate duty and policy should be to build up our forces in conjunc tipn with those of our allies into the most powerful deterrent we can the report said The white paper was prepared and issued by Defense Minister Harold MacMillan and submitted to the House of Commons The surprise innottneement slid flatly that Britain has the ability to produce thermonuclear weap ons Itadded After fully considering all the replications of the step the gov ernment has thought it its duty to proceed with its development and Big Three Britain thus made it a big three lydrogen bomb race lagging 18 months behind Russia The blew off its first known hydrogen device Aug 12 1953 ac cording to the findings and reports of United States atomic experts The United States exploded its first Hbomb May 5 1951 Prior to announcing its entry in o the Hbomb race Britain had disclosed that its revamped de fense strategy was being based irimarily on atombombers capa le of thrusting deep into Russia at near the speed of sound Sales Use Tax Hike Debate Set Tuesday DES MOINES f The Iowa Senate has set for a m next Tuesday its debate on a commit ee bill to increase the sales and use taxes to three per cent The present tax is two per cent 7he Weather Mason Ciry Snow colder Iowa Snow flurries colder Minnesota Occasional snow Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Thurs day Maximum 31 Minimum 18 At 8 21 YEAR AGO Maximum 44 Minimum 23 CM0 MARDI GRAS IN FULL floats of the Krewe of Babylon wend Seir way through crowded New Orleans streets to officially open the Mardi Gras season Parades each night and several during daylight hours will be presented for the next five days GOP CONVENTION low air view shows San Franciscos huge Cow Pal lace which will be the site of the GOP presidential nominating convention in 1956 The indoor stadium seats and has a parking lot capacity of autos Cow Palace to Be GOP Convention Site WASHINGTON Repub lican National Committee Thurs day unanimously ratified the se lection of SanFrancisco as the site for the GOP national con vention in 1956 Approval was by a voice vote The committee approved a resolution submitted by a site subcommittee calling for conven ing of the convention in the huge Cow Palace in the West Coast city the week beginning Aug 20 1956 The action came after a brief discussion during which commit teemen from Pennsylvania and Illinois expressed regret that the party could not meet in Philadel phia or Chicago other main con tenders for the host city The Democrats have picked Chicago for their 1956 conven tion starting either July 23 or Aug 13 Hall said Republicans have been talking for years about a West Coast convention and de cided next year was the time to have it It will be the first GOP convention on the West Coist aiTd the Aug 20 opening date will the latest in the partys history In Des Moines meanwhile Iowa Secretary of State Marvin Synhorst said in a telegram to GOP national headquarters that the convention date conflicts with the states election laws Our interpretation of the Iowa law establishes Aug 17 1956 as the last date for filing names to appear on the general election Synhorst said I have no authority to speak for the Iowa Legislature However this situation will be called to their attention 700 Aged Women Burned to Death In Yokohama Blaze Braniff Defers New Flights Present Schedules to Be Continued Braniff Airways will not start its pecial onestop ChicagoMason ity flights Sunday Festivities lanned to mark the occasion have jeen canceled Braniff will defer inauguration f its proposed trunkline service ud will continue temporarily to perate its present schedules be ween Sioux City and That announcement was made Thursday by J W Miller execu ive vice president of Braniff It ollowed the Civil Aeronautics Board order that Braniff should ontinue to serve intermediate joints on its Route 106 54 Deadline The CAB said that in no event owever shall Braniffs temporary uthorization extend beyond July 1 956 The board said that in order to revent interruption of service iraniff may continue to serve 1 Fort Dodge and Dubuque owa and Rockford until tailed starts serving them 2 Clinton Iowa and Rockford until zark starts service there The CAB reaffirmed Wednesday ts decision awarding those parts f Braniffs Route 106 to the two irlines Ends Sunday Braniffs authority to serve the our cities will end Sunday The AB said that neither United nor zark has filed schedules for the ew service and such schedules annot become effective until 10 ays after their filing The board said that continued uthority for Braniff would prevent n interruption of service at the our points BAD EXAMPLE LEWES England UP Magis rate Alfred Donald Beale who is Iso headmster of a London ounty reform school was bound vcr for trial Wednesday on harges of keeping fraudulent rec rds REP JERE COOPER House Committee to Start Work on Proposed Tax Cuts WASHINGTON Jfl Chairman Jere Cooper DTenn said Thurs day the House Ways and Means Committee will act next week oti President Eisenhowers request to wstpone about three billion dollars n scheduled tax cuts The committee is expected to approve by a big margin possibly on Monday or Wednesday Eisen howers recommendation for a one ear postponement of these tax cuts now set automatically for April l 52 to 47 per cent in he corporation income tax rate amounting to about two billion lollars annually and 2 about one illion dollars in excise tax rates n automobiles cigarets liquor gasoline beer and wine Little opposition to the extension I present rates has been voiced ither in the House or Senate Pineou Loses Three of His 36 Nominees PARIS Pineau completed a proposed government ineup early Thursday but within a few hours three of his 36 nomi nees withdrew at their partys re quest All were followers of Gen hades de Gaulle This action sent Pineau scurry ng for replacements 46 Survivors of Holocaust Blame Placed on Defective Wiring YOKOHAMA Japan About 100 aged women died in flaming agony Thursday when a flash fire roared through an old ladies home before dawn There ware only 46 survivors police said Nearly all were burned or injured in jumps from the sec ond floor of their twostory wooden dormitory declared a fire hazard in 1953 Several were in critical condition Heard Screams I could do a survivor cried I can hear their screams Hot Help Hot Help The inmates were mainly pitiful old Japanese women without fam ilies Their ages ranged from 60 to 96 Sister Umcko Sugiyama 42 a nun died when she dashed back nto the burning building to carry out another of fcer charges The home a converted Japanese army barracks was part of the convent of the Garden of Our Lady belonging to the Francisco Mis sionaries of Mary an international Catholic order Defective Wiring Yokohama police said the blaze apparently started with defective wiring at Heat and sparks ignited a twostory chapel and two other buildings They too urned to the ground The main convent housing 101 nuns and novices mainly Japa nese was spared Bill Given Warm Debate Beer License Is Permitted DES MOINES MVA bill which would permit private clubs to store and serve liquor belonging 0 members even though the club has a beer license was passed 38 12 by the Senate Thursday after warm debate It now goes to the House The measure does not legalize the sale of liquor by the drink The bill also permits hotel guests to have liquor in their rooms with out jeopardizing a hotels beer permit but it does not permit li quor in public places of the hotel where beer or food are sold Additionally the measure per mits liquor to be stored on coaches club cars and pullmans of railroads which have Iowa beer permits but does not legalize the serving of such liquor in Iowa by the railroad companies NO Before the final roll call the law makers beat down an amendment which in effect would have changed the measure to be prohibiting any person from having liquor in a place where beer is sold Sen Frank C Byers whose committee drew the bill opened the debate by saying the OHwr Storiet on Page 2 measure was intended to clarify the law defining premises where liquor may be kept He said confusion arose from a recent ruling by Atty Gen Day ton Countryman holding that li quor could not be kept even in members private lockers in clubs holding class B beer permits I want to say in defense of the young attorney general that he was only doing his Byers said But his ruling upset a practice of private clubs which had pre viously been declared legal in an earlier attorney generals opinion Not Public This bill would simply legalize what has been held to be legal all along that club members have the right to drink liquor where they please so long as it is not in pub ic And a private club has been held not to be a public Byers said he understood the bill ias the blessing of Gov Leo A Hoegh and added that it is only de signed to keep from putting pri vate clubs and some hotels out of business hope there is no split on the ssue of wet or dry because this is not a wet and dry Byers said The measure will not cause any more drinking now goes on You can dry up the state even drier than it God knows it s dry enough people who want liquor are going to get Sen Earl Elijah RClarence proposed the amendment which ivould have killed all the provi sions of the bill and substituted a clause prohibiting any person in cluding patrons from taking hard iquor into a place where beer is sold I understand that in some tav erns there are socalled bottle men o keep the liquor in their pocket and give a drink to anybodywho vants to buy Elijah said This makes it difficult for offi ers to make any Bottle Women J understand there are even jottle women who hide the liquor SAME White DATE1W447 no pill 24 kwrt i in the bosom ot their dress place where peace officers would hardly be likely to The Senate voted down the amendment 3811 after Sen De vere Watson RCouncil Bluffs de clared that socalled bottle men arc subject to arrest under present law He said Elijahs amendment would neither aid the law enforce ment officers nor increase penal ties if the bottle men are caught Sen Henry Heideman RRock well City argued against the bill saying it would open the door to bringing back the old Those who choose to drink liquor can get all they want at the liquor store I see no reason for bringing it into clubs especially where beer is sold Beer makes a very poor chaser for Hei deman said   

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