Mason City Globe Gazette, September 29, 1955

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 29, 1955

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1955, Mason City, Iowa North lowot Doily Newspoper Edited MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THt NIWSPAFII THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS N I I 6 H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LXI rntf Italtatf Prtu full LMM WUw CMte Con MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPTIMMR 29 IMS Tua coetuu Two French Support U S on Atlantic Pact Ask Hike in Aid to Schools ISEA Makes Proposals DES MODfES UK The Iowa State Education Assn proposed Thursday that state aid to schools be boosted to nearly SCO million a year that the state income tax be collected at the full rate and that weaknesses in the agricul tural land tax credit law be cor rected These were among the recom mendations by the ISEA to the Iowa Tax Study Committee It has been holding hearings for organiza tions and groups as the basis of recommendations it will make for overhauling Iowas tax structure 1 Sufficient revenue should be The ISEA recomendations made available to pay present aids in full The state now is lupplying annually to the schools Fun payments would require about million ISEA laid Ntw Standard I Additional revenue should be provided to include a new stand ard school aid and make the AP Wlrephoto CONVOY TO THE DEW merchant ships were part of the great ar mada engaged in carrying supplies to construct the DEW distant early warning radar picket line along the Arctic coast of Canada The mission just completed found several ships being damaged by ice floes All returned to their West Coast ports however and the operation was called a success GOP OPTIMISTIC President to Initial Papers DENVER Eisenhower has reached the point wherej he now will initial two official documents within the next day or so I His top assistant Sherman Adams said Thursday he will fly out from Washington Friday to take charge of the temporary White A bedside bulletin earlier said the President had a very good U S Security Council Says Prayer for Ike Nixon Presides at Big Meeting night Wednesday He slept almost continuously under the oxygen tent from 9 p m to a m j This was from Maj Gen Howi lard M Snyder the Presidents perj jsonal doctor and Col Byron Pollock chief heart specialist at Fitzsimmons Army Hospital where Eisenhower has been confined since his heart attack last Satur day The doctors have been saying that rest and sleep are essential to repairing the Chief Executives damaged heart and putting him on the road to recovery j RUSSIANS GRANT AMNESTY Germans to Be Freed GEORGE ALLEN Major Crisis Faces U S in Middle East George Alien Sent to Cairo Mission WASHINGTON President Richard M Nixon Thursi Good Sign WASHINGTON United day opened a meeting of the Nai Thus the some nine hours ofjStates has the makings of a first j tional Security Council with a mojsleep Wednesday night appeared to class crisis on its hands in the ment of silent prayer of thanksjbe an encouraging sign Pinay in Blast at Russia Firm Stand on Germany From Our Wirt Senices UNITED NATIONS N France Thursday declared against Western reconciliation with Russia if it means dissolution of the Atlantic pact and withdraw al of American forces from Eu rope French Foreign Minister Antoine Pinay told the United Nations General Assembly Russia is on the wrong track when it attacks the Atlantic pact and when it bases its propaganda on the elim ination of what it calls improper ly foreign I know of no foreign bases military establishments imposed within the North At f Pinay y it is giving for the marvelous record of recovery the President has made up to this In an unprecedented act some On the basis of a procession of similar bulletins over the past few days an atmosphere of increasing but still restrained optimism has MOSCOW Soviet Ungrave crimes ttiey have commitAdenauer and Grotewohl during20 of tne governments top here about the Chief ion Thursday kept its promise tojted against the Soviet itbeir missions to Moscow their heads and said a heart C0niiti0ji grand total ajd equal 2s per cent Gerraan chancellor Konradj The decree said will bethis month It specifically for their President in Denj jAdenauer and East German Prerareleased from further requests of both governver to sav that the Jk f t jJL n ifiA Anf inA tttipmcl trtmonfe nf Q COC PollCV i Otto Grotewohl and ordered thesentences and returned either tojments The figure of was the Policy jreturn of German war prisJEast or West Germany accordingjone used by Adenauer j It nas been customary for f I 1 t 1 Middle East with the danger of a new ArabIsraeli war in the background That is the reason Secretary of State Dulles has sent George Allen his assistant for Middle Eastern affairs on an urgent mission to Cairo i Allen has the evident task Ideal I know only of means of defense that have been placed in common freely and voluntarily in the senice of a single ideal that oJLpesce has to be said frankly and openly If the detente is to mean the ioners in uennany tne H3 wno wiu not oe ireea wiiiiiears oy nest Vrcrman pmciaij I A decree of the Presidium olbe handed osrer to East and Westjthat up to civilians are in the Supreme Soviet Russias parjGernuny liament said it could not remit the sentences of 749 of the pris State Old Age Assistance to Be Hiked DES MOINES maintain for at hiatt IS T0 14 yAAf9 rMtfW n iflTVffOl Ttt briflfl iff pri mary up to rwcastary standards tht Iowa Highway Commission said Thursday commission told Iowa Tax Study that construc tion costs m tho art likely to incrtaso than diminish and said that highway Hut problem keeping standards of public will continue as far into future as can DES MOINES Iowa old age the schools operating costs OnassisUnee will be the basis of estimated costs in December Luke Gaf this school year the 25 per centjfre chairman of the Iowa State would amount to Board of welfare said 3 Legislation should establish a j Thursday uniform county school tax at 15i An increase of will be given mills and a county equalizationito approximately old age as fund should be created in each who are receiv the 99 counties excluding each Fare m homes he said the 21 independent school a month will in the larger cities be the other per 4 Further evaluation shouldsof5 oa the old aSe assistance be made of the agricultural tax credit law and of the princij c pie involved in it with a view of correcting weaknesses within the down att t to a will ioners But some will remain their place of Butj The decree did not mentionjings of the Cabinet to be opened HUce him to trv for a second term highjoners in Germany the 749 who will not be freed willjfears by West German officials with prayer But this has not been whft practice in the National Se as war criminals itjterned behind West German the Iron Curtain officials have re The Presidiums decree was theported more than one million sol oners in view of the especially j formal follow up of promises to diers and civilians missing with Spanish Embassy Denies Granting Asylum to Peron BUENOS AIRES Of Re ports spread in Buenos Aires Thursday that Juan D Peron had left for Spain but the Spanish Embassy said the Franco government had not granted him asylum The em bassy said it knew nothing of reported departure of the deposed President The Para guayan ambassador Juan R Chives insisted Peron still was aboard a Paraguayan gunboat in Buenos Aires Harbor the curity Council which advises the President on matters of and foreign policy in the White House t i Nixon who has been serving as most of them believed dead Rusunofficial acting president during Sj it AnK i j Lilt SJa has said it Knows only Of illness railed But in Washington where practi cal political aspirations may out i weigh actual medical considera jtions there was a surge of hope only mentioned Thursday West German Chancellor Konradj Cabinet room of the White hopes were part icouncil to order in the n nas Adenauer said the first group ofl Amon those nresent were aerman trill German pnsoners wUl oe released of State John Foster Dulles in toe very near Mureprobably Secretary of Defense Charles E rahlnpt of SStv OI PalT import such a volume and variery of from Communist Czecho slovakia as would upset the deli cate power balance between Arab States and Israel Flow of Arms Dulles is understood to have ifrom Europe then France is reso lutely opposed to such a Pinay the third of the Big Four foreign ministers to address the General Assemblys 10th annual session took a firm stand against Russias German policy and de clared that the Bonn government sought to impress the dangers ofjis the only democratically elec the situation upon Soviet Foreign ted government in MMster V M Molotov in New York He argued that a raisers there is no definite reason run UV T Jr V JJ ff next jwflson Mobilization Director Arifc Adenauer told newsmen that ajthur S Flemming and other top great majority of these will be government leaders A P Poll sent by the Soviets to West Ger many Only a small number will remain in the Soviet zone of Ger An Associated Press poll of Re publican National Committee mem The brought Another Session since President Eisenhower was out ttat is widespread indeci many where their families live struck by a heart attack Saturday sion over who would strong Adenauer added ilt wiu followed bv a meetingiest Person the PartT could taP next Asked to comment on the an0f Cabinet Fridav lyear in the event Eisenhower re nouncement Adenauer said Narurj mBter of offifalg at himself from the race ally I am glad but I do not want to Have tho Whatever the Presidents deci say any more at the days meeting suggested the discus sion ranged over a wide area But Whatever the Presidents he has made The aancellor also refused to Murry Snyderi assistant that it wont be an theinounced until next spring Eisen main purpose of the in Gaffrey said is to meet increasing costs of nursing lands where the levy is in excess U an old age assistance recipient r n A in one oi U1656 nomes has m 5 The state income lax should creased from 62 a monlh 1945 State Hit by Heavy Rains comment on the announcementHous that v49 of the prisoners would beattendance was not unusual jhower has indicated as much him sent back as criminals j conducted the meeting Isejf at Dews conferences in Wash just have to wart own regularly about them leaving the At across the big table vacant see what is done Adenauer said Pinay accvtsed communism of stirring up trouble in North Africa flow of Soviet bloc arms to the j where France has had difficulties with her protectorates The Arab states are demanding a full U N Middle East now would violate the spirit of the Geneva Big Four meeting and create new tensions in the world Allen was prepared to warn the Egyptian government that if it brought about a radical change in the Middle East power balance the United States would be com pelled to review its policies of co operation with Egypt in the field of economic development the cur ent U S aid program is 43 mil lion in policies gov airing of the situation New Front It is indeed difficult for us to forget that agitation among the nonselfgoverning peoples has con stantly been held to be an essen tial weapon in the strugle of Com munism against the free he said Are there some who would con sider opening a new front in Afri ca Too much is at stake This erning world cotton supplies The ambiguity must be major part of Egypts foreign inj Wednesday Russias V M Molo come is derived from cotton ext0v walked out of the Assembly TT temporary White House there is little tendency to Baby Suffocates in Crib at Waterloo As Nixon entered the Whitelook beyond the immediate future House for the meeting he saidand concentrate on giving Eisen the session could be considered i how61 every opportunity to get well He said it was anotherjaSam indication that the governments James C Hagerty the presidents WATERLOO is going forward in thePress secretary said that Eisen be collected at the full rate and Rains ranging up to three inchesney Smith said Larry Wolf absence of the President at Pella and Sigourney fell in son of Mr and Mrs for eight years is made on the basis of the the tax rate in the higher incomej brackets should be increased In not this connection the ISEA said thatjne j of the 29 states which have incomeOf tax law 15 have higher rates than Tne additional those states the top brack given o other cages can be rom 5V4 to 15 per cent j meet miscellaneous needs Iowas top bracket rate is five per cent More Money The ISEA and other educational jpoups have been trying for sever iil years to get the Legislature to a month in 1955 Thejas a band of thunderstorms movedjLaurence Wolf of near Waterloo provided for this has eastward across the state duringi accidentally suffocated in his crib Wednesday night Fires caused by lightning were Wednesday night Wolf said he laid the baby face reported at some points including down in his crib and when he came to beShenandoah and Anamosa jhower has suffered no pain since i Tuesday that he no longer is run ning a temperature that his mor DEATH RATE UP jale is high appearance good and CHICAGO UP The death ratejthere is no feeling of depression on the nations highway is running Hagerty disclosed that Eisen more than deaths ahead of hower is being held to calor jback about 10 minutes later it had last year and the most dangerous ies of food a day because tie doc Cooler begaa moving across breathing The coroner months are still to come the Nators are trving to keep him from Two Men Killed in appropriate enough money for CfOSh NCQr Kellogg school aid to reach 25 per cent of NEWTON men were l 77 Montezuma the schools costs injured Wednesday in a carGrinnell 120 North English school operating costs have been truck collision one mile south of Moines 1 08 Clarence 1 46 increasing steadily jKellogg on 6 Washington Williams ll2j Standard school aid the ISEA The men were Glenn Simon Van Meter 146 Knoxville said represents that kind of aidHotger 43 Kellogg who died 34 cedar Rapids L92J allocated to districts on the basisarrival at a hospital here andlgtorm Lake 74 Perry 67 Du buque 65 Oscoola 60 Pocahontas 43 Fairfield 52 Vinton 71 Albia 52 Gilman 50 Waterloo 09 Garwin 31 Clutier state following the rain some bed clothing apparentlyjtional Safety during the night ranged from 56 atstuck in the babys mouth Thursday Mason City to 65 at Council Bluffs j Wednesday highs ranged from 71 at Dubuque to 79 at Sioux City Rainfall figures up to Thursday included Oskaloosa Winterset Council revealed putting on too much weight while is inactive and lying in of the degree to which the receivAdoIph Halblom 63 Kellogg farm Ing district meets certain educaier who died a short while later tional As to the uniform school tax the ISEA said In no case would constitut 5 mil1 TOPHEAVY CHOICE NEW YORK was 9 to 5 Tuesday that the New York Yank addition to the present school tax ees win 17th World Se those disncte that lcvyiries aft to no such tax In all other M fa theefirst distncts it would be a part of the e current school levy or would ab sorb it Each County Revenues from this 15 mill tax within a county and the county tchool money known as the semi annual apportionment would cre ate a county equalization fund in each county The money in the county equalization fund would be prorated by the county treasurer to contributing districts on the basis of their average daily attendi SAM DATEW4473 39 Mason City and Zearing 29 Paxton Acquitted of Manslaughter as National Chinas Foreign Min New War jster George Yeh denounced Mos At the same time Allen was peace drive and Red ty to argue that the United ranny over the Chinese mainland Yeh making a policy jpeech to the Assembly in flawless Mandarin Chinese said that the Communists in their six years of domination of the Chinese mainland have spawned a gigantic system of re States had offered to sell Egypt arms in small quantities which it was believed here would not cre ate new Middle East tensions and enlarge the dangers of a new war in that area Allen left for Cairo by way oppression and terrorism the like of Athens and Beirut Lebanon which has never been known in Wednesday afternoon In AthensChinese he was to urge the Greek govern ment to cooperate with Turkey in seeking to ease the dispute of the two nations over the island of Cy course of Middle east He said the current peace cam paign by the Reds actually is a form of war between Communism and capitalism and the softer words do not mean the Cbmmu troubles unrelated to the Egyptian njsts have given up the fight arms problem j In Beirut it was understood thatj he would seek to dissuade Syrian leaders from joining Egypt in an arms race with Israel Ventura Club Pays in Gambling Fine Dubuque Fireman Is Victim of Polio j DUBUQUE UP Martin Gradv 28 Dubuque club Pald died in a hospital here late Wed1 as the result nesdav of bulbar polio the Sambhng raid last Feb 3 at polio fatality of the year in this Ventura Community Hall Pleas of guilty were entered to two charges filed by County At torney William Pappas Judge T JA Beardmore Charles City as sessed fines of for keeping a gambling house and for pos session of gambling devices More than 600 pesons were at tending the gun club fourth annual buffalo and elk stag at the time area About The Weather UBIitk i 14 ktirt SAN ANTONIO Tex Lfl An Army sergeant formerly of Shen andoah Iowa who had been ac cused of inflicting injuries that caused the death of his 4yearold stepdaughter was a free man Thursday Sgt Robert Lee Paxton was found innocent of manslaughter1 Wednesday night by a Federal Court jury in the dcalh of Brcnda Kay daughter of his Japanese silent prayer for the recovery of President Eisenhower Wednesday The Yankees are iwife Tsukiko I lined along first base while the Dodgers are on the third base side Mason City Clear cool Iowa Fair cooler Minnesota Cloudy windy AP Wircphoto A PRAYER FOR York and Brooklyn players taking part in the World Series stand on the chalk lines as they and fans in the stands how their heads in a minute of COOLER Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 a m Thurs day Maximum 75 Minimum S7 At S a m Prec 29 YEAR AGO Maximum nfi Minimum 58 of the raid by state agents and Cerro Gordo County sheriffs offi cers The dinner on the first floor of the community hall continued while the raiders confiscated a large wheel and several sets of dice plus more than in cash on the second floor The 200pound wheel and dice now will be de stroyed The raid resulted from a com plaint by a Ventura residenl to state attorney generals office ;

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