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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 18, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T UK fcJ r My r M A THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAK IS ACL NORTH IOWANS NEIGH 8 O R S VOL LXH Press and United Press FuU wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MAY 18 1756 HOME EDITION GREATER MASON CITY DAYS Thursday Friday and Saturday CoiulsU at Two Out Small Chance for Tax Cut 13 Pittsburgh oiand third Place winnera Thursdays ton Sandra Owen Justus Ohio the runner up is at left covrPPri Warren Monticello Ga is at center Miss Sachko won conectly spelling the word which the other two girls missed Dependent Aid Limit Overruled DES MOINES ffi A District Court judge Friday ruled uncon stitutional the limit on pay ments by the state to any one family for aid to dependent chil dren The limit was enacted by the 1955 Iowa Legislature It became effective last Aug 1 Previously there had been no limit Judge Harvey Uhlenhopp of Hampton ruled in a case brought by Pearl Collins Des Moines mother of six She sought more aid for her children Judge Uhlen hopp is temporarily assigned to Polk County District Court Bill of Rights Judge Uhlenhopp based his rul ing on the Iowa Bill of Rights which he said provides that all of a general nature shall a uniform operation the laws have General Assembly shall not grant to any citizen or class of citizens privileges of immunities which The Weather immunities WHICH upon the same terms shall not cty Partly cloudy Friday 8CENT CHECK FOR INCOME TAX BOUNCES DES MOINES Iff 8cent check for payment Tjf Iowa state income taxes bounced the Tax Commission said Fri day To avoid correspondence with the taxpayer Fred Camp bell Tax Commissioner cashier said he paid the 8 cents out of his pocket It would cost 3 cents for a stamp alone if I were to write him a Campbell said Fontanelle Boy 16 Drowns in Reservoir GREENFIELD Ri dout 16 one of a group of Fon anelle high school youths who had come to Greenfield for an end of school outing drownec Thursday while swimming with two other boys in the town reser voir He was the son of Mr and Mrs Wayne Ridout equally belong to all Mrs Collins 37 and her hus band Clifford are unable to work because of physical handi caps Prior to the new limit the Collins have been receiving more than a month in ADC pay ments Files Appeal Last year Mrs Collins unsuc cessfully appealed to the Polk County Welfare Board and the State Board of Social Welfare to increase aid payments above the new limit She then appealed to District Court The new law Judge Uhlenhopp ruled is the same as though the Legislature had written Chil dren in small families shall re ceive their full needs Others shall receive The County Welfare Board fig ured the Collins family budget as of last June 1 at night and Saturday Little change in temperature Friday night low 4045 day high 6873 Cooler Satur NEW TEST RANGE WASHINGTON UP The Navy said Thursday it is about to start a study to determine the practi cability of a Iowa Increasing cloudiness Fri day night with scattered showers ending in southeast portion Cooler northwest por tion Friday night Partly cloudy and cooier Saturday Low Sat urday night in 40s except upper 30s in northeast Fiveday Iowa Temperatures Friday night through next Wednesday will average near normal Normal highs 73 north to 76 south Normal lows 48 north to 52 south Only minor daytoday temperature changes are expected Rainfall will av erage less than onetenth of an inch occurring as widely scat tered showers at the middle of the period Minnesota Continued milri GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 71 Minimum Thursday night 39 At 8 a m Friday 64 Half of New Graduates Leave State DES MOINES of the Iowa Tax Study Committee are concerned over the fact that a large percentage of college stu dents who are educated in state supported schools leave Iowa each year to pursue their careers Dr Virgil dent of the Iowa told the committee Thurs M Hancher presi State University of Surplus in Treasury Mounting Want to Pay Off Debts WASHINGTON o the House Ray burn DTex sai Friday he regards a 195 tax cu as a possibility but not a prob ability even though the prospec live midyear surplus bas bee boosted by more than IK billio dollars That seemed the consensu among other congressional lead ers in the wake of Secretary o the Treasury Humphreys an nounconicnt Thursday night tlia the June 30 federal surplus is estimated at one billion 82 million dollars The last previou administration calculation in Jan wiry was 230 millions Key members of both parties on the House Ways and Means Com iniUee which initiates tax leg islation for the most part sup ported President Eisenhower stand for applying any such sur plus to paying off the nationa debt ahead of lax reduction Sharp Eye Democratic leaders however were keeping a sharp eye on fu Lure fiscal moves of the Eisen hower administration They were ready to move quick y with taxcutting legislation of their own if the administration should indicate any intention of initiating a tax reduction pro gram The new surplus estimate sent to congressional leaders by Hum phrey and Budget Director Perci val Brundage came as no sur prise to Capitol Hill where boom v rr u ItiC tLTIil If lit CCC L IlUi S V day night that about half of this national income and lax re PT ceipts had been carefully noted Only a few hours earlier con gressional tax experts forecast a surplus of two billion 300 million dollars for 1956 and a surplus o two billion 200 million dollars for next year Humphrey made no forecast for fiscal 1957 starting years SUI law graduates will leave the state They are leaving Iowa be cause they can get better jobs he said They will command better salaries than Iowa lawyers Dr J W Maucker president of Iowa State Teachers College reported a similar trend among graduates of that institution He said the trend may continue so long as these other places pay better Called Alarming State Sen X T Prentis July 1 R of the the sit Mount chairman study committee called uation The matter of student migration arose in discussion of various plans to finance a proposed 55 million dollar building program at the state schools during the next 10 years The schools in clude the university Iowa Teach ers and Iowa State College It appears we are educating hese young people for other states rather than Prentis said He added that the migra ion problem should be considered n acting on a building program Exhaustive Report subcommittee of the study JJV g LUUCU JIU5JlC test range extending out into the Pacific from Maximum 72 Minimum 45 U S Scientists With Russian Atomic MOSCOW w Western even more powerful machine tists have been given a look to go into operation the Soviet Unions hitherto year with a production ca secret atomsmashing of 10 billion electron Absolutely firstclass S scientists said its design said one principles were the as The scientists including atom smasher at can atomic physicists are which generates six billion for an international atomic volts Russian scientists ference Their Soviet hosts the Berkeley machine on a them to the huge plant about visit to the United States miJes north of Moscow American scientist who Anyone seeing it would not to be named summed DOwled Dr Louis his impression of the visit to nuclear scientist from the Soviet plant like this sity of California Russians did not go into They are doing absolutely Olympic games until they lass work It was an sure they could win And mpressive did not let anyone see this In addition to Russias until they were sure the vis synchrocyclotron the would say This is ter and British scientists saw a jroup issued an exhaustive report nhursday recommending among other things that the State Board of Regents be authorized by the Legisiature to issue general rev enue bonds to finance capital im provements at the educational in stitutions President Hancher said that if t were not for the migration of owa residents in recent decades the states population now would be instead of The university law school will graduate between 50 and 60 stu dents this year and about 30 of them will leave the state Dean Mason Ladd said at Iowa City A Chicago firm for example will offer a graduate a he said They some times cannot get over New Estimates A balanced budget for which the President has been striving for three years now appears as sured for the 1956 fiscal Humphrey and Brundage said On the basis of our new esti mates it is expected that budget receipts will total 67 billion 700 million dollars budget expendi tures 65 billion 900 million dol lars resulting in an estimated budget surplus for 1956 of one billion 828 million dollars which will make a most welcome reduc tion in our huge national As compared with the figures in Eisenhowers January budget message estimated federal in come and spending both were up former more than the lat er Although seemingly in agree ment with the administration on ax plans Democrats didnt close the door against a possibility of any tax relief this year Democratic House Leader Mc ormack of Massachusetts told newsmen I have never fore closed the possibility of a tax cut for the lower income tax ACID VICTIM UNDAUNTED Riesel Asks Probe of Labor VICTOR RIESEL NEW YORK lAlViclor Uie sel crusading labor blinded by an acid attack urges a congressional probe of the underworld of the labor At a hospital news confer ence Thursday six weeks to the day after an unidentified assail ant threw sulphuric acid into his eyes the 41yearold syn dicated newspaper writer snid There has got to be a fed eral investigation of labor rack eteering which infests unions It should be by friends of labor like Sens Paul Douglas Irving Ives or Styles Bridges or their counterparts in Congress If it is carried on by men of good will it will command the respect of both sides and the mobs cant say theyre being persecuted by tho Wearing white surgical pads over his oyes Riesel gestured vigorously as he talked with some 50 ncwsmtnv Im not sensitive about the fact that Im he said 1 cant see hut I can hear and I can Riesel saying he expected to leave the hospital early next week added I will write my column as long as people will read Riesel continued The underworld crowd that hit mo will be the same underworld crowd 1 will continue to fight They have not scared me They blinded me but it will not keep me from writing the same type of column as Foreign Aid Curb Knocked Out 250 Attend Opening of Parley Voris King to Be Banquet Speaker Convention activities of the lown council of the United Commcrcia Travelers of America and it auxiliary got under way Thurs day at Hotel Hanford More than 250 were registered for the first clays program Main speaker for the conventioi Danquet Friday evening will be Voris King Lakes Charles La youngest supreme counselor in he organizations history Kinj has travelled miles this year in connection with his of fice and has visited every state in the union and all the province of Canada He is general man ager of a wholesale grocery firn and vice president of the U S Wholesale Grocers Assn 400 Delegates The membership of the passed the mark this year and the state convention is at tended by 400 delegates and guests They represent 32 coun cils and auxiliaries with approxi mately members in Iowa J H McWaters is general chairman of the convention and Mrs R J Edwards is handling he program for the groups aux liary Sessions of the Iowa grand way Friday council got under morning The annual banquet will ie held in the Wcdgewood Room t p m and will be followed y a ball at 9 Saturday another meeting of he council is planend and in tallation ol officers will take tlace at 11 The auxiliary rogram will parallel that of the rrand council Annual Meeting The secretary and treasurers nnual meeting was held Thurs ay Officers elected were J M Vorris DCS Moines president L Bailey Davenport vice resident H K Sterling Sheli on page and A V Schoen Little Happened When Coeds Staged A SHORTS RAID DES MOINES Iff About 50 Drake University coeds staged their version of a panty raid on a mens dormitory at the uni versity Thursday night It was pretty tame affair The raid apparently was in retaliation for one that occurred Wednesday night when about 30 male students invaded the Stnl naker Residence for freshmen women while larger crowd watched outside Witnesses to the girls foray reported not much happened It was mostly Wednesday nights affair also was said to have been pretty mild and news of it did not come out until university authorities started investigating Thursday It lasted only a few minutes and ended when police cars drove up No one was arrestod Two men students have been suspended for their part in the Dean of Students Robert J Kibbie said throe others face possible suspension He did not reveal their names Lenin Stalin at Time of His Death Russ Publication Tells Masses MOSCOW Soviet government revealed to the Soviet people for the first time Friday that V L Lenin on his death bed dis Sioux City secretary and trea owned Josef Stalin The Soviet youth newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravdn ripped away a 34yearold veil of secrecy and disclosed to the people of this the story other peoples had known but which Stalin had stifled within the Soviet Union It was that the dying Lenin warned that Stalin was a rude powerseeker ruled by hastiness impulsiveness and resentment Lenin made his charges in two harsh last letters which have be come known in published form abroad as Lenins political testa urer The United Commercial Travel TS is an organization of sales men and retail and business men First organized in 1888 with a nembership of five he group has become the larg st benevolent and fraternal club or salesmen in the world The membership carries more than a illion dollars worth of insuranW rovided by their own suhscrip ion Remove Stalin BULLETIN WASHINGTON UP The Senate approved overwhelming ly Friday a farm bill amend ment that would boost feed grain prices by eight per cent this year The amendment ac ceptable to the administration was approved 7314 it Marine Depot Bans Skinhead Haircut PARRIS ISLAND S C The skinhead haircut long a symbol of tough training of mili tary recruits has been outlawed at the Marine Corps recruit depot here Instead of having their heads shaved recruits will re ceive a oneinch Tot Struck by Auto at Burlington Dies BURLINGTON UP Richard Rudd 4yearold son of Mr and Wrs Otis Rudd Burlington was killed Thursday when hit by a car on a city street COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS MEETMe m b era of United L final Flam the annual acocnon inff n P left seated are the grand senior counselor Mrs Marvin Bur kett Onawa supreme counselor Voris King Lake Charles and Iowa coun selor Roy Asman Council Bluffs standing the Iowa junior counseZ Mr Glenn Sanger Clinton convention chairman Mrs R J Edwards Mason City publicity Clity convention chairman J H McWateJa Mason City and the president of the secretarytreasurers association R J Klein Waterloo These last letters even proposed that a way be found to remove Stalin from the position of Com munist Party secretary and to appoint a man more patient more loyal more polite more at tentive to comrades and less capricious The Komsomolskayn Pravada article told Soviet readers for the first time that Lenin had found Stalin guilty of lack of respect for his comrades ca priciotisncss and an inclination toward abuse of Another Step The youth newspapers wording so nearly accorded with versions of the Lenin testament pub lished in other countries that it was plain the present leadership neadcd by Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin was now strip ping the secrecy seal from the document Lenins hard words seemed cal culated to fall with major impact on the Soviet people who thus far were ignorant of them It seemed another step in the present gov ernments campaign to build up House Group Reverses Its Decision Nations Who Hefp Reds Were Target WASHINGTON WThe House Foreign Affairs Committee re versed itself Friday and voted against a provision that might have barred further U S foreign aid to many countries The committee also came close to voting a billion dollar cut in President Eisenhowers 900 foreign aid bill but de cided to postpone a final decision until next Tuesday Chairman Richards DS announced the committee actions after a closed session Communist Bloc He said the group voted to knock out an amendment adopted Thursday which would bar American assistance to any coun try shipping to the Communist bloc strategic materials that America itself docs not allow to be shipped to the Reds Many countries outside the United States have been less strict In their embargoes on strategic shipments to the Reds than the United States has Still to come Is n vote on the three billion dollars in new arms aid President Eisenhower has asked for the fiscal year starting next July 1 That amount is three times what Congress voted for arms aid last year and looms as the likeliest target for congress men bent on making cuts in an election year Flat Ban The trade restriction amend Lenins importance that of Stalin and lower Knudson Outlines 3 Tax Proposal DES MOINES Sen Herman Knudson RClear Lake Thursday outlined a plan to boost the Iowa sales tax to 3 per cent and to use 1 per cent to replace school property taxes Knudson a member of the State Tax Study Committee told the group the plan would provide the money if the committee wants to recommend any substantial in crease in state aid to local public school districts He said the plan would provide about 26 million dollars more a year for schools mcnl one of a number changing the program Eisenhower asked would have amounted to a flat ban on aid to countries making strategic shipments to the Com munists Richards said its mean ing was not clear however and he had opposed it on that basis He said the amendment would deny aid to any country per milting exports of strategic ma terials to Iron Curtain countries which the United States does not permit to be exported to such The 1951 Battle Act makes sim ilar general provisions but the President authority to make exceptions where national secur ity requires No Exceptions Rep Edna F Kelly DNY said she sponsored the amend ment after reading of a proposed British shipment of tractors to the Communist Chinese and plans for further British sales of strategic goods She said her aim was to strengthen the present Battle Act ban by removing the power to allow exceptions The administration has fought such a Gat prohibition in the past and is expected to oppose its in clusion in the measure SAME meant raffle In 14   

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