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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 12, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Doily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH i O W A N S NEIGHBOR S VOL LXIU Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Cents a CITY IOWA TUESDAY FEBRUARY 12 1957 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No 107 Russ Offer Own Middle East Doctrine fThe World Around Us U S Has a Friend in Amjad AH Number 74 EDITORS is one of a series of daily reports by our editor on a trip by air around the world How people live and how they feel toward America are more em phasized by Mr Hall than scenic features By W EARL HALL TTARACHI Pakistan a fullgrown tiger mounted and a giant portrait of Jinna looking down on us I heard from Amjad Ali Pakistani minister of finance now but ambassador to when I first met him a distillation of this countrys point of view on domestic and world affairs Our chat in the spacious living room of the Ali home followed a luncheon of typicalJP a k Ls iini foods plen ty of seasoning Seated in the circle were Abe Rosenthal South eastern Asia represen tative of the New York Times and my Mason City travel Willis Patton All the while our genial host away at a giant pipe known as a The stem led down to a vacuum cleaner type of watercooled burner on the floor and some choice Pakis tini tobacco A gurgling sound ac companied each puff A more effective way to keep away from tobacco Ive never seen Assault on K2 At the luncheon the minister and his charming wife recalled a night at the embassy in Wash ington when Dr Charles Houston of Exeter showed pictures of his almost but not quite suc cessful assault on Pakistans K2 worlds loftiest peak except for Everest Justice Douglas and Sherman Adams a former New Hampshire governor were among the other guests on that unforget table evening five years ago Much of the conversation today had to do with India and with the Suez Since I was present as a friend and guest not as a report er I shall not presume to re produce Mr Alis views on these highly controversial subjects I can report however that our country has a loyal friend in this man who served as spokesman for his nation in those critical years when it was breaking out of its colonial status to fullflow W Earl Halt ON COMPROMISE PROPOSAL Quick Answer Sought From Israeli WASHINGTON United States sought Tuesday a quick answer from Israel to an Ameri can compromise proposal for breaking the deadlock over withdrawal of remaining Israeli troops from Egypt The plan was presented to Is raeli Ambassador Abba Eban Monday by Secretary of State Dulles reportedly with a re quest for a prompt reply The compromise would pro vide for an immediate United States declaration of support for free navigation of the Gulf of Aqaba by Israeli and all other ships and for American back ing of United Nations action to secure Israel against any fu ture Egyptian attack from the Gaza Strip This offer of United States assurances falls short of the with respect to Israeli interests in Gaza and Aqaba However the United States governments view is said to be that although the Israeli request for firm guarantees is under standable there is no prospect of getting the commitments from either Egypt or the United Nations The American compromise has been put forth therefore in the hope that it will provide enough assurance of support for Israeli interests that Israel will be willing to withdraw even without the guarantees The alternative to Israeli agreement to this or some simi lar proposition is regarded here as being a showdown over Arab Asian demands for U N sanc tions against Israel ABBA EBAN Elijah Plan Rejected by Senate ALL THIS AND AN AWARD Mansfield carries jockey Johnny Longdon in her arms and gives him a big hug after she had presented him with a ling inscribed to the worlds leading Longdon also received a plaque at the annual Jockeys Ball held in Beverly Hills Calif Iowa Republicans Eye Sales Use Tax Money in Battle Over Budget DES MOINES eyed SB million of sales and use tax money as the starting point to knock Gov Herschel C Love less budget outof The money is earmarked for the road use fund where it is divided up among the primary road fund secondary roads and cities and towns To pay for increased annual expenditures of million a year Loveless recommended the represents 10 per cent of all saies and use tax collections placed in the general fund The effect would be a switch S6 million less for roads but that amount more for other expendi tures Republicans object to this painless approach ered membership in the British commonwealth of free nations Proud of Friendship When your president stated The chairmen of the Senate and House Roads and Highway com mittee which must rule on the proposition predicted flatly the transfer will never be made A Grave Mistake Sen J T Dykhouse RRock Rapids said it would bexa grave mistake to let the money go Rep Dewey Goode RBloom field said flatly Loveless bud get is out of kilter and pre dicted the Republicancontrolled Mother Slashes Throats of Three Sons Kills Self WOOD RIVER 111 m Mrs Norman Robertson 25 who had been under psychiatric treatment slashed the throats of her three little boys Monday and killed herself Helen Andrews Mrs Robert sons 12yearold sister discov e r e d the tragedy when she slopped on the way home from school to play with her nephews The father 33yearold voca tional guidance counselor for a Ruse Fails to Daunt Sen Nolan DES MOINES UP A ruse backfired in the Senate chambers Tuesday and Sen D C Nolan happily devoured a sirloin steak while his colleagues munched or cold sandwiches and chicken The other 49 members of tht Senate contrived to have box lunches delivered to them on the Senate floor in protest to Nolans insistence that they often work well into the lunch hour Nolan didnt flinch You go right ahead and eat I dont have my dinner until the Iowa City Republican said and graciously accepted a hard boiled egg from the lunch of a missing member The members pulled out their sandwiches and started eating as debate about a school reorganiza tion bill droned on Then Nolan exhibited his right to be the Re publican floor leader of the Sen ate He had gotten word of the re and was prepared to re taliate So in strolled two red iacketed bowtied waiters carry ng trays promptly at They placed the trays on Nolans desk grinning as broadly as the loor leader and uncovered a sir loin steak and baked potatoes The debate and some of the senators sputtered uiii piuaiuuui siaicu oneu that America would not condoneLcgislature will never approve agcncy m ncarby SI Louis iu the transfer He said the net re Wlfc was a Patient at a the use of force as a rcsolver of international quarrels even by your Ali observed be tween puffs on his longstemmed pipe I was never so proud of my friendship for your To the question Why has Pakistan never held general election Ali gave a simple di rect answer Our people simply arent yet ready for a full dis charge of their duties of citizen But such an election is in definite prospect sometime in 1958 he added Red China Recognized In recognizing Red China the minister explained Pakistan was merely recognizing the fact that China is under Communist con trol No approval of Communism was implicit in the course of ac tion he pointed out Chief of Pakistans many prob lems is that of increasing the na tional product so that there will be more to divide among the 80 million people Its no small order but Amjad Ali thinks its an attainable goal Im ready to believe par ticularly if there are many of his kind My visit with Ali followed one with our able ambassador Horace Hildreth former Maine governor the previous day He has found his four years stay here the most stimulating chapter of his distinguished career of public service He will always have something by which to remember Pakistan His daughter is mar 11 J1U Kit JIUl re lit suit might be a shortage of ondary road funds higher property taxes Politics Involved Gas tax money that is not spe cifically earmarked currently is distributed on the basis of 50 per cent to secondary roads 42 per cent to the primary system four weeks youngest boy Mark born six months ago Robert son declined to discuss the nature of her illness He said his wifes psychiatrist told him there was no indication she might go beserk The other boys were David 4 and Eric 3 All died Mrs G N Andrews Mrs Rob Q v nmucwb ivirs itoo and 8 per cent to cities and crtsons mother said she visited cns daughter about and bcyeral members admit there j found her complaining of a ter are politics involved jnble headache but otherwise in Rep George Paul spirits The bodies were ried to the son Rajendra Prasad of President lynj chairman of the House Ap propriations Committee said who has courage enough to offer a program ought to havej courage enough to pay for Another member said he op posed giving the Democratic gov ernor the easy way The transfer was recommended by the State Tax Study Commit tee A bill to that effect was in troduced the second week o the session found two hours later Redistricting Plans to Be Aired Feb 21 DES MOINES leg islative reapportionment plans will be discussed at a public hear ing to be held in the House cham ber at 2 Feb 21 Sen Duane Dewell RAlgona and Rep Henry H Stevens H Jefferson chairmen of commit tees handling the proposals will conduct the session So far eight redistricting plans have been in troduced in the Legislature Blairsburg Farmer Is Killed in Crash BLAiRSBURG Itf John J uppes 52 Blairsburg farmer vas killed when his car ran off the dead end of a county roads T intersection with Highway 20 about three miles east of here Monday night His wife was listed in poor condition at an Ames hos pital with multiple leg fractures a fractured wrist and fractured ribs i Springfield HI Lincolns 148TH BIRTHDAY SPRINGFIELD III Lincolns 148th birthday an niversary was observed in this shrine city Tuesday The American Legions annual pilgrimage to the tomb of the martyred president was one of the days highlights Wreath laying ceremonies and an address by national legion Commander W C Daniel highlighted the program at the tomb in Oak Ridge Ceme tery A group of Springfield lawyers also made their annual trek to the cemetery starting from the Sangampn County Courthouse where Lincoln served as an Illinois legislator Gov William G Stratton headed a motor caravan to nearby New Salem Park site of the village where Lincoln lived as a young man All About The Weather Mason City Fair through Wed nesday Diminishing winds and colder Tuesday night Mild Wednesday high 3538 Iowa Generally fair through Wednesday Colder Tuesday night otherwise little change in temperature night 2232 LowTuesday Minnesota Fair slightly colder GlobeGazette weather dala up to 8 Tuesday Maximum Monday Minimum Monday night At 8 Tuesday YEAR AGO Maximum 32 Minimum 23 Herbert R Goodwin Band Director Dies WATERLOO Recce Goodwin 47 band director at Wa terloo East High School for 14 years died at a hospital Monday of a pulmonary embolism Goodwin was Creston public school band director before com ng to Waterloo He was director of the band school at the San 3iego Marine Corps base ic directed the Amvct Chorus in Waterloo and was a past presi Icnt of the Iowa Bandmasters Assn He directed summer bands in fresco Waverly Decorah and Harmony Minn More Bills Put on Calendar in House DES MOINES he House calendar Wednesday was a b to require landlords to give notice by Sept 1 of termination of a farm tenancy on the following March 1 The present law requires tiiat such notices be given by Nov 1 The bill was placed on the calen dar after a House committee rec ommended it for passage A bill requiring the state in surance commissioner to set stan dards for licensing i n s u r a ncc agents was passed by the House 9011 and sent to the Senate Other bills approved by House committees included A measure to authorize manda tory countywidc testing of cattle or Bangs disease on petition by 75 per cent of resident landown A proposal to allow minors in toolrooms where no beer is sold A bill to authorize use of yield signs instead of stop signs at some highway intersec ions A measure to end the need for notarizing gas tax refund applica tions Sports Bulletin BOCA RATON Fla Special Les Johnstone Mason City and partner Bob Cochrane St Louis Tuesday carded four over par four over the medalist score of 72 to qual ify for the championship round of the national mixed foursomes twoball golf tournament being held here Union Local Goes on 30Hour Work Week DETROIT Auto Workers Local 600 at Ford Motor Co Monday placed its 36 office and maintenance employes on a 30hour work week with no cut in pay The employes previously ad worked a 35hour week Local Standard Aid to Schools Advocated DES MOINES contro versial Elijah amendment to the bill setting up standard aid to schools was defeated in Iowa Senate Tuesday by a voice vote Work on the bill then con tinued The vole came after debate dur ing which some senators said the amendment would in effect de stroy school district reorganiza tion The standard aid measure is designed to encourage consoli dation The proposal would give addi lional state aid to school district with 500 or more pupils When the measure came up Monday Sen Earl Elijah R Clarence offered an amendment which would eliminate the iiOOpu pil requirement Certain Courses Elijahs plan would give he new stale aid to any high school which offered certain courses in cluding four years of English mathematics fine and practical arts history and social studies three years of science two of vo cational courses business educa tion and homemakmg Elijah said the plan might be expensive for a time but that as soon as some districts found they couldnt afford the minimum re quirements they would probably join other districts in order to get slate aid He said it would be hard tor some districts to increase their size o 500 pupils Heavy Load Sen X T Prcntis RMount yr said during Tuesdays de bate he fears the Elijah amend ment would destroy reorganiza You cant expect us to pour state money into small ineffici ent school districts when of Suggest Move by 4 Plan Given by Shepilov MOSCOW Soviet Uni on Tuesday proposed that the our cooperate in economic aid 0 the Middle East maintain peace there by negotiations and otherwise keep hands off of the tensionracked area Soviet Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov told the Supreme Soviet Russias Parliament that the Kremlin government had trans mitted such a sixpoint proposal in notes handed Monday night to he ambassadors of the United States Britain and France Shepilov said in effect that the Soviet Union is ready to stop send ing arms to the Middle East if the Western Powers will do likewise and will abandon their military bases there Most Urgent Question The foreign minister said the most urgent Middle East question now was the complete withdraw al of Israeli coops from Egyp tian He said his gov ernment also supports Egypts demand for full compensa tion of the damage caused by the British French Israeli inva sion of Egypt Shepilov also lined his govern ment up again with Cairos de mand that Egypt alone control and operate the Suez Canal He Idea Debunked THOMASVILLE Ga White House Tuesday called Russias East pro posals an obvious move to discredit or stop President Eisenhowers anti Communist program for that area said law and justice are wholly on Egypts Shepilov said this sixpoint pro posal had been made to the United States Britain and France The Soviet foreign minister out lined these six points J The maintenance of peace in the Near and Middle East through settling disputed questions ex clusively by peaceful means by negotiations 2 Noninterference in the in ternal affairs of the Near and Middle East respect of the sover eignty and independence of these countries Military Blocs Renounce any attempts to include these countries in military blocs with the participation of the Great Powers a direct slap at the Westernsponsored Baghdad Pact but not at the Arab League Alii 3 tiiL ntiium JulS vvJien 1T10SI Ol the funds will be collected in whicn been pro i i i cities and town After Elijahs proposal was beaten the Senate adopted an amendment by Sen Jack Miller RSioux City setting out more exactly the steps under which some school districts may qual ify for standard aid without matching the 500 average daily atendance figure Millers amendment provides that if any school district canl not attain the 500 pupils require ment because of sparsity of pop ulation heavy parochial school population or natural or gco graphic barriers it may qualify if it organizes an area of least 108 square miles liquidation of foreign Loveless Signs First Legislative Bill moling 4 The bases and the withdrawal of foreign troops from the territories of the countries of the Near and Middle East 5 The mutual renunciation of the supply of arms to countries of the Near and Middle East 6 Cooperation toward the eco nomic develop m e n t of the countries of the Near and Mid dle East without making any po litical military or other condi ti o n s whatso ever incompat ible with the dignity and sov e r e i g n t v of DES MOINES ov Hcrj The Soviet six points appeared jschcl Loveless Monday put hisUo represent the Kremlins answer jname on the first legislative billito President Eisenhowers doc jwhich came before him since hejtrme to stabilize the Middle East jtook office last month The mcaj First Speech would reduce the maximum rne US President offered mil work week of firemen in cities oftarv tnt economic assistant more than population from against communist aggression if 84 to 68 hours EIVD OF A entire 70yearold main building of the College of Holy Oakland buckles ami topples to the ground in dusty bits after is the chief exponent workmen attached a cable and pulled Plans call for a 28story world headquarters lor Henry J Kaiser enterprises to be erected in Its place The college has a new campus of a 30liour week with 40hoursj pay SAME 84 requested to any country in the strategic oilrich area Shepilov revealed the sixpoint proposal Ln the first foreign policy speech of the Supreme Soviets current semiannual session The immediate reaction of West ern diplomats to Shepilovs pro posals appeared to be that their governments would prefer to han dle Middle East issues where they in the United Nations rather than in a Big Power con fercnce   

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