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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 1, 1956, Mason City, Iowa                                North lowot Doily Newspaper far to MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NIWSFAFEl THAT MAKES ALL MOKTHIOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL UXHI AnnriMed PTMJ and United Presj mil copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY DECEMBER I Thij Paper Consists el Two OM to Admit Hungarian DPs World Around Us Customs of Fijians Not Disturbed j Number 13 EDITORS NOTE It will around the world in 80 days for our editor unless unrest in cer tain areas precludes air travel This is one in a series of re ports on his experiences and ob By W EARL HALL OUVA Fiji an impressive reminder in th racial situation here that we so called whites are in the minoritj as against the yellow brown ant black peoples in this old work of ours The 100 populated islands of the 300 which make up the Fiji group have a total oi a bit more than people Of these are Fijians de scended from the original set tiers i a r e Asiatics j mostly Indians no more thai are o European stock As in Hawaii W EARL HALL there has been wellnigh perfect accommodation among these islanders of varioui racial backgrounds and religions Intermarriage has not been ras common as in Hawaii or in Brazil but there has been a complete recognition of and respect for the inherited beliefs and customs o each racial group Bushy HairDo The Fijians are out of thL world in their hairdress and their garb AH Im tolt thereare no prouc to sport a bushy hairdo tha Couldnt possibly be covered by a hat Come to think of it I don think Ive seen a hat on an is lander since pur plane sat down on Nandi airfield two nights ago More often than not the wearer of this strange mop of hair will have on a skirt rather than trous skirt with pointed scallops around the bottom of it if there is such a thing as pointed seal lops Theyre much too large to have been made with pinking shears Once the custom was for Fijian men to sleep with head on blocks of wood so that the hair wouldnl be mussed in the back Now however Im told a special kinc of band worn about the head gives the same effect without any phy sical discomfort No Discontent If there is any discontent among the Fiji Islanders about being a British crown colony it hasnt revealed itself Several with whom I talked about the matter exhibited an unmistakable pride in the relationship But the allegiance to mother country doesnt extend to any thing like a universal embracing of the Anglican Church Those with whom I discussed the matter told me that both the Methodists and the Roman Catholics had larger foHowings and that the Mormons and the Seventh Day Adventists were making rapid strides During my time here Ive had occasion to discuss the Egyptian situation with a half dozen na tives Without exception the course being pursued by Anthony Eden and his government has been given an unqualified appiov al Some think he waited much too long to get tough Not Popular By the same token Uncle Sams influence on the side of turning the Suez over to Egypt last sum mer has proved anything but popular in these quarters Both liquor control and traffic control have been pretty well handled here it would appear The government reserves the right to withheld liquor permits to all under 30 years of the plan seems to work The traffic problem is relatively simple too Cars are few in num bers small in size and short on power And the roads are so rough that speeding is all but im possible WATSON CONVICTED DBS MOINES UP Walter Watson 47 labor official Friday was convicted of assault and bat tery in the bumping of a highway flagman with his car By DWIGKT McCORMACK DBS MOINES of the veterans and even the fresh men who will serve in the 1957 Iowa Legislature see the forth coming session as one of the roughest in years Thats because of the many tax questions to be solved in one fashion or another and assur ances that there will be requests for increases in expenditures at AP Wirephoto MIGHTY New man 12 Lawrence poses warily with a clothespin on his nose beside the first big game he killed with his bow and arrow He was standing on the front porch of his home when he saw the skunk lurk ing in the shadows He fired two arrows hitting the animal both times The skunk died but not before firing a counter charge a g a i n s t his which accounts for the clothes pin 10 Killed in Jet Bomber By UNITED PRESS Two U S Air Force jet bomb ers crashed Friday night killing 10 fliers from one and dropping four others alive into a snowy Canadian wilderness All 10 men aboard a B52 Strato fortress died when the million plane crashed and burned in a jrainfield shortly after taking off from Castle Air Force Base the Air Force announced Bush Country The other plane a B47 Stratojet urst into flames while flying over Dntario bush country Its crew of four parachuted safely and a joint Canadian rescue operation swung into action Saturday to jring them out Woodsmen slashed a path hrough scraggly bush toward a joint about 50 miles northeast of Port Arthur Ont where the four men were spotted from the air Search planes were guided to the scene by a fire kindled in the snowcovered underbrush and by he airmens flashlights The California crash killed six crewmen of the B52 and four in structors who had joined them on a routine training mission Died Later The plane attached to the 93rd Bombardment Wing at Castle AFB crashed about four miles north of the field The sheriffs of ice reported one airman was aken from the flaming wreckage alive but paralyzed and died en route to a hospital The B52 one of the 650mile an hour heavy bombers that make ip the backbone of Americas Strategic Air Command appar ently bounced several times across the soft ground before reaking up and burning an Air spokesman said The crash was the third involv ng a B52 since the type had been accepted by the Fir Force two ears ago 50 State Agencies Ask Million Additional for 195759 Biennium DES MOINES fft A survey of budget requests made by nearly 50 state agencies showed Saturday that they are asking an increase of more than million in their annual appropriations for the 195759 biennium The budget hearings before Herschel Loveless were virtually completed late Friday That was about the shortest time the hearings have lasted in several years The various departments and agencies asked total annual ap propriations of compares with the the same agencies are getting yearly 57 Legislature May Be the Roughest Yet a time the lawmakers will be try100 calendar days It could take down the cost of gov longer that to finish the work this time Republicans will be hi control ernment The legislators themselves gave v vo SH V C this forecast in answering the houses but the Democrats have larger contingents than many years A greater number questions almost certain to come the members than usual will up for decision and by their comoe new at the business of law making But from their answers to the ments The session opens on Monday from their answers to the in 14 and usuallv lasts about questionnaire it is indicated that now Loveless the first Democrat to je elected governor of Iowa since 1936 declined to comment on the extent of the askings They will orm the basis for recommenda tions he will make to the Legis lature He said however I plan to study the requests I very probably will confer later with a majority least of all of the department heads heard I want to hold the line to the best of our That was his promise in his successful cam paign against Republican Gov Leo Hoegh 100 Hike The increases of it for proposed pay ranged up to about 100 per cent by the Conservation Commission The Commerce Commission wants about 50 per cent more the Department of Agriculture about 40 per cent more and the Safety Department about 35 per cent more Other percentage increases asked included about 30 per cent operating Board of Control in stitutions about the same for op iating expenses at Board of Re gents institutions and about 20 er cent more for the Department of Public Instruction The regents asked funds for apital improvements at educa ional institutions be boosted to about four times what they are now Budget Cut The Employment Security Com mission cut its state funds budget jy about 25 per cent However he federal government pays most of the commissions expenses at the same level as now They are the Aeronautics Commission the Fair Board the Spanish American War Veterans the Mine Examining board the Min ing Department office and the Pioneer Lawmakers Assn The sharp increase in askings compared with present appropria tions is not unusual But gov ernors in the past usually have whittled down the askings in most cases Sometimes the Legislature makes further cuts Two lowans Die in Accident on Curve at Grinnell GRINNELL persons were killed early Saturday when a car traveling at a terrific rate of speed went off 6 on a curve about miles west of lere crashed and burned George S Tucker 35 Des VToines the driver was killed in stantly and Mary E Filer 23 Des Moines died more than three hours after the accident at Grin nell Community Hospital Elvin L Jobe 23 Des Moines the only other occupant of the car was lospitalized with multiple injur ies Sheriff Ed Scoville of Newton said the car left the highway grazed a telephone pole went down a slight embankment and rolled over many The car burst into flames YULE MESSAGE WASHINGTON w President Eisenhower plans to deliver his Christmas message Dec 20 from Six agencies kept their askingsa park adjoining the White House Injuries Are Fatal to Iowa Priest WEST UNION The Rev Raymond J Kinnavey 58 pastor of St James Catholic Church at Washington Iowa died Friday morning of injuries received in an auto accident Father Kinnavey died of severe complications from best injuries The priest and four other men were injured when the car in which they were riding collided with a car driven by Henry M 83 who was turning off Highway S3 into a farmyard The ccident occurred last Wednesday near Randalin hey intend to present bills call ing for many things besides taxes and appropriations Speed Law Among the measures to be in troduced are ones calling for A highway speed law local option on liquor by the drink legalizing parimutuel betting on horse races to increase state revenue requiring liability insurance of all car owners an increase in the membership of the state highway patrol Continuing the present 6cents agallon state gasoline tax re stricting enrollment at state edu cational institutions to retard the need for large building pro increasing tuitions at the institutions for nonresident stu dents changing public school re organization laws legislative re apportionment and many other changes in the states laws Sen Carl T Anderson RWell commented I believe askings will be high er than ever this coming session I hope the public will realize that if we increase a tax we must take more tax money away from Higher Askings Sen Albret Weiss RDenison said I have served in the last five sessions and I believe that the 1957 session will be the most diffi cult I will serve in The askings are going to be higher and most everyone wants taxes cut or at least not Rep A C Hanson speaker of the House last session declared The 1955 session was one with many problems This next one will be even rougher To deal with taxes and the ever increas ing load of other problems in the regular session will be One of the new members Neal Pierce Russell Republican com mented Although we will have a Dem ocratic governor I sincerely hope he legislature and the governor can work together and have a constructive Other Changes One present legislator said he would introduce a bill to stop or discourage during a campaign he publishing of remarks of a candidate to hurt the chances of iis opponent unless such article s signed and says where the in ormation was President Orders Increase Limit Is Removed AP WUephoto GRIEF STRICKEN Mrs Harry Grissey Salt Lake City Utah gives consolation to her son Tim 13 after the accidental death of another son James 12 The 22 rifle with which Tim was playing went off the bullet striking James in the throat and killing him instantly FHA Mortgage Rate Is Hiked Dec 4 The move was described as WASHINGTON The government Saturday raised the in terest rate on FHAmsured home loans to 5 per cent effective a decisive step to help home buyers to obtain mortgage The present maximum rate is per the Federa Housing Administrations onehalf per cent insurance premium which remains unchanged The announcement of the rate hike was made jointly by Albert M Coie administrator of the bousing and home finance agency and Norman P Mason commissioner of the FHA The FHA loan date increase does uot affect the 4Vper cent on GI home loans guaran teed by the Veterans Administra Ledyard Man Arrested on Check Charge FOREST B Moul on 38 Ledyard was held in the county jail Friday night after his arrest Friday evening by a high way patrolman on a country road near Thompson Moulton is wanted at Spirit Lake Esther viile Garner Britt and Blue Earth on bad check harges He was taken before Justice ARMS SEIZED IN REVOLT Gen Military chief of Cubas Oriente province points out some of the arms seized from rebels who launched a shortlived revolt The uprising was directed against police headquarters but was quickly put down All About The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Satur Sunday High Low Saturday day night and Sunday 4045 night 1923 Partly cloudy Saturday night and Sunday Low Satur day night in 20s Minnesota Continued fair mild GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Saturday Maximum Friday Minimum Friday Night At 8 Saturday YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 41 18 21 22 of the Peace K H Elman at Buffalo Center on Saturday morn ng when he waived preliminary rearing He was bound over to he next term of court in Janu iiiimuuu vvaa uiuuuicu Others who cooperated in W1 b cld in the r n o M n an t ir i 1 t egislative survey said they in end to introduce bills to Revise the water and drainage aws refine the income tax aw change the states labor require a 60day cooling off period in divorce cases re peal the prohibition against con struction of diagonal highways repeal or amend the law increase the offsale beer license or eliminate it deduct the gas tax at the lime the fuel is purchased for nonhighway use simplify the election laws re organize courthouse and bond itinerant grain dealers Winnebago County jail at Forest City until that time Moulton was seen leaving Swea City Friday afternoon and the highway patrol notified Patrol man Irwin L Schroder Garner spotted Moulton on Highway 9 a mile north and a mile west of Thompson Moulton on seeing the patrol car turned off the highway onto a gravel road but the patrolman followed and ar rested him There was an unloaded shotgun beside the drivers seat in Moid tons car and the license plates had been smeared with mud so they could not be read deputies said tion which is fixed by law Rep Ayres ROhio predicted in Barberton Ohio Thursday that Congress would change the law next year There have been complaints from lending agencies and build ers that the old FHA rate was making it difficult to obtain loans and that home construction would fall off The importance of this change is many Cole said Pri marily we arc thinking in erms of people People in America want to buy homes and this will assist them to get the financing they need cannot afford to let the vital housing portion of our eco nomic life dwindle to a point that jeopardizes our productive capa city and threatens the jobs of many thousands of people through the country working in the home building Along with the onehalf per cent increase on home mortgages Ma son said the rate on FHA ituilti fainily home mortgage loans would be increased from 44 to 4 per cent The rate for all FHA mortgages insured under urban renewal and rehabilitation pro grams was increased to 5 per cent The rate on existing mortgages will not be affected by the change he said Pella Girl Dies in Auto Accident By MARVIN ARROWSMITH AUGUSTA Ga President Eisenhower moving to aid the victims of Soviet an nounced Saturday the United States will admit Hungar ian refugees more than four times the number planned origi nally The total to be granted asylum is being hiked from the White House said because of an emergency problem thrust upon Austria with scores of thousands of refugees crowding into that na tion from Hungary And there was a hint there even tually may be still another in crease in the total permitted to come to this country Referring to the current jump to a tatcment issued at Eisenhowers acation headquarters here said Red Tape Cut When these numbers have een exhausted the situation will be Because of the emergency na ture of the problem the adminis tration is using a cuttheredtape emergency procedure in the ex panded program Of the to be offered asy lum only about can ba brought into the under provi sions of the Refugee Relief Act which expires Dec 31 The other will be ad mitted as parolees under dis cretion given to the attorney gen eral the White House said hi General Immigration and Nation ality Act Persons admitted as parolees have no permanent residence status in the but iPwas an nounced that Eisenhower in Jan uary will ask Congress to enact emergency legislation to let Hun garian refugees in that category stay in this country Public Interest James C Hagerty presidential press secretary said that even as parolees they can be permitted to stay indefinitely so long as the attorney general rules it in the public interest Hagarty added however that the administration wants to give them permanent residence through legislation De tails will be worked out later The White House statement said Eisenhower feels the ex panded U S program will practical effect to the American peoples intense desire to help the victims of Soviet The original plan to admit refugees was announced early iast month shortly after thous ands of Hungarians started flee ing into Austria to escape Soviet terrorism The first group ar rived in the United States Nov 21 and the number now in the country is about Visas have been issued in Austria to another Substantial Hike On Thursday Eisenhower named Tracy S Voorhees for mer undersecretary of the Army as his persona representative in charge of coordinating the refu gee to study whether more than should be admitted Voorhees went to work imme diately and swiftly okayed rec omendations of government and voluntary agencies that the quota be hiked substantially The Prcs lowa Airman Killed in Crash of T33 MERIDAN Miss UP Two Air Force pilots including one from Cedar Rapids Iowa were killed Friday when a T33 jet trainer crashed in a wooded area near here barely missing a crowded rural school The victims were identified as 1st Lt Thodius R Miller son of Emma Miller and T R Miller Cedar Rapids and Capt William T Davis Mo bile Ala PELLA 14 ldent ln turn aPProvcd the plan Pella was killed Fridav e ReflSee Relief Act which L expires at the end of this month was enacted earlier in the Eisen hower administration It provided when the car in which she was riding went out of control and overturned just north of the city u uvJJ in Ultj f limits Two other youngsters infor admittance of refu the car Deloris Vanderpol 12 gees from Parts of the and Rouer Koopman 16 both of world mdudlnS finding Pella were injured DULLE T KEY WEST Fla lary of State John Foster Dulles will end his convalescence vaca tion here Sunday and fly immedi jately to Augusta to confer 10 with President Eisenhower TO asylum in West Germany or Aus tria Out of that latter total only about visas still were avail able when the Hungarian crisis developed last month SAM   

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