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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 13, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T HI NEWSPAPER i VOL LXIJI Associated Press and United Press FuU Lease Wires PAPER THAT MA K E S ALL N 0 R T H 0 W A N S NEIGHBORS Seven Cents a CoPy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 13 1957 This Paper Consists ol Four The World Around Us U S Gams Respect of S E Asia Number 75 EDITORS NOTE This 5s one of a series of daily reports by our editor on a trip by air around the world By W EARL HALL ROUTE FROM KARACHI TO TEHERAN mile flight mostly This over gray W EarJ Hall unpopulated winderoded moun tainous desert waste would seem to be a good time for a look back over the shoulder Were over Iran old eastern gate w a y to the smoul d e r i n g Middle East In this backward look I am going to try my best to find an an swer to the question What do the people of south eastern Asia India and her n e i g h b o think of the United States No III Will There will have to be a bit of generalizing of course with some jumping at conclusions on the basis of too little evidence And I begin by recalling that on the dozen or more stops in eight different Asian countries begin ning with Indonesias island re public I have experienced no gesture or act of ill will based on the fact that I am obviously an American That does not mean that Asians are throwing their hats fezzes or turbans in the air and asking for another stanza of Star Span gled We still have two strikes against us 1 Were white Asians brown or yellow 2 Were assumed to be favor Doctrine Faces Last Big Hurdl e BULLETIN COUNCIL BLUFFS Fire raced through a Coun cil Bluffs convalescent home Wednesday leaving 10 to 12 dead and several others unaccounted for Pottawattamie C o u nt y Coroner Henry Meyer made the estimate of 10 to 12 dead Asst Fire Chief Ralph Figgins after a partial tour of the building said he saw five to seven bod ies on the first floor and he understood there were two other bodies on upper floors of the three story frame building Reporters at the scene said only 18 of the 30 oc cupants had been account ed for an hour after the blaze broke out Israeli Ask Clarification of Proposals JERUSALEM Israeli Sector are clarification of the proposals on freedom of navigation in the Gulf of Aqaba and safeguards for the security of the Gaza Strip This was reported at the For eign Ministry as the Israeli cab inet postponed for one day a scheduled meeting to consider the American proposals designed to get Israeli troops back behind the Israeli Egyptian armistice line Foreign Ministry sources said some points in the American plan are regarded as too vague and Abba Eban the ambassador to Washington had been asked to seek clarification The cabinet will meet Thursday with Premier David BenGurion to consider the U S plan U S Secretary of State Dulles communicated the proposals to Eban on Monday His idea was thatthe United States would sup port free navigation in the Gulf of Aqaba if Israel withdraws from the gun positions once used by Egypt to block its mouth and would use its influence to have U N police or large observer forces stationed in the Gaza Strip of Palestine to prevent its being used as an Egyptian base for com mando raids on Israel Schools Bill Is Argued House Fails to Reach Decision DES MOINES The House spent so much time Wednesday in disposing of amendments that it failed to reach a final vote on an important bill proposing change in school reorganization lections The House adjourned for the day after adopting one amend ment and defeating two The original bill would provide hat in school reorganization elec ions where all districts involved vote separately if 75 per cent o he districts approve and the overall vote is favorable any dis scnting district or districts woulc be included in the consolidated district The present law provides that he dissenting districts are lef out Educational leaders contenc hat the result is many Islands are left They mean that where dissenting districts are left out hey become surrounded by other arger consolidated districts This he educators say results in at undesirable situation 300 Minimum Rep Curtis Riehm bought unsuccessfully to amenc he bill so as to permit a schoo district which meets the minimum of 300 students and has a high school to be left out of a reorganized district if it voted down its The Riehm mendment lost 5249 on a roll calJ able to colonialism even thougl we do not indulge in it ourselves Among those who read write and think beyond their and that alas is not more than one out of ten among the 750 mil lion people in this broad area two things have counted in our favor 1 We voluntarily gave freedom to the Philippines 2 We cast our lot with the have not peoples in the Suez crisis New Hope Let me spell this latter out by quoting a bit from an editorial in the Indonesian Observer print ed in Djakarta This change of U S foreign policy has given new hope to Asian and African nations In the past they were deeply suspicious it seemed U S was on the side of colonial powers Iweek We hope this will be the dawn of ln its fiveriav forecast the bu Weather to Stay Pleasant Dry The Bureau promised Wednesday that Iowas mild dry weather would continue into next Another Riehm which lost by an our government New Delhi put far more popular in Asia than One student in it this w a y Americans are prince charm ings but your government is aloof Russians as individuals are sus picious and unsociable But then government seems to be backing India 100 per FuM Stomach The fear of Communism in this part of the world is not pro nounced For the teeming masses a full stomach is ever so much more important than such ab stractions as freedom or democ racy Theres general agreement that Nehru could have taken In dia into the Communist camp if he had wished and theres a corollary fear that his successor may have such a wish It follows that Asians are a bit resentful of our critical attitude tovyard their neutralism But the point of real importance is that until the general education level here is greatly elevated a limited few leaders are going to write the ticket so far as political ideology is concerned As is true of South America there is no true democracy in southeastern Asia there can be none so long as only one out of four can read or wrile And a loo long deferred answer to my opening question The Asian masses arc prelty much indifferent lo our country But among those who churl the governmental course are sil ting better than nl nny iiuo in recent years would be little or jio precipitation Afternoon temperatures Wed nesday and Thursday were ex pected o be a few degrees warm er than on Tuesday when highs ranged from 40 at Dubuque to 51 at Council Bluffs Mason City had 45 Casey Loss May Get Liquor Post DES MOINES legislators are reporting State Rep Casey Loss Algona Demo crat may be in line for an ap pointment as an Iowa liquor con trol commissioner If the reports is true Loss w o u 1 d succeed Commissioner Harold Wolfe of Mason City a Republican whose term expire July 1 Both Wolfe and Loss are for mer law officers Wolfe is a for mer chief of police at Mason City while Loss is a former county sheriff amendment unannounced standing vote proposed that if the school meets the minimum en rollment requirement it would not be included in a reorganized dis trict except by a majority vote in that district Rep W RAurelia who was handling the bill suc ceeded in getting an amendment passed which would leave out the minimum requirement schools if they previously had joined in a reorganization and didnt wish to join in another Bills Passed A trio of Iowa Tax Study bills meanwhile won tne approval 01 the House and went to the Senate The three included a pair of companion measures applying to exemption from the sales and use taxes The third would require prompter remittance of state funds by county treasurer The sales tax measure would provide for a certificate of exemp tion from the tax to be made out by the buyer when the property is purchased for resale and not for consumption by the buyer The use tax bitl was a duplicate of the sales tax measure except that it applies to use taxes instead of sales taxes Retail merchants would be al lowed to keep three per cent of the money they collect in sales taxes under a bill introduced in the Senate Sen Frank Elwood who sponsored the measure said it was designed to reimburse a merchant for the cost of keeping sales tax records and as a reward for prompt payment of the tax Thirteen states row allow a re tailer a credit to pay the cost of collecting the sales tax for the FUN FOR THE KIDS ANYWAY Mr and Mrs Harry Milton Pittsburgh Atlantic Coast Shipping Tied Up by New Walkout led up shipping along the Atlantic from Maine to Virginia Mediators and the disputing parties were optimistic over an early settlement but the presi dent of the striking dockworkers forecast a knockdown dragout Coupled with a 13day strike of ug and barge crewmen the dock vorkers walkout almost paral yzed the huge port of New York Ocean liners already forced to lock without the aid of tugs now aced the prospect of disembark Of greatest concern however was the tugboat strike which has cut off 70 per cent of fuel deliv eries to the Greater New York area affecting an estimated 15 million persons Continuation of a threeday cold snap after a week of relatively mild w e a t h e r sharply increased fuel consump tion threatening the area with a serious fuel crisis by the weekend Negotiators for the International Longshoremens Assn and the New York Shipping whose eleventh hour efforts failed state SAME donih In puit 3 houru Iowas Two Tobacco Growers Approve Rigid Market Quotas DES MOINES UP Iowas cigar tobacco growers all two of them voted unanimously Wednesday to continue the present rigid marketing quotas and price supports for their 195759 crops Brothers Truman and Ham lin Holtan voted in the 12state referendum at Northwood near the Minnesota border Their landlord joined them in voting for the proposal which must be approved by twothirds of the growers to be pot into effect The Holtans have an allot ment of acres to grow cigar leaf and filler Last year they cultivated acres of tobacco a meeting with federal mediators including Joseph F Finnegan chief of the U S Mediation Serv ice White notes of optimism w ere sounded by several negotiators ILA President William Bradley said I dont sec any possibility of getting together for a The strike idled ports at Boston Portland Maine Providence R New Bedford and Searsport Maine In some ports longshoremen jumped the gun Tuesday In New York dockworkers handled the mooring lines of the liner Inde pendence and then walked off itheir jobs at while ne were still striving to head off a strike The premature walkout forced some 790 passen gers aboard the luxury liner to carry their own baggage Revised Version Vetoed Authority of Ike Debated WASHINGTON President Eisenhowers supporters Wednes day beat three new attempts in a Senate committee session to weaken the administrations Mid dle East resolution With Republican lines holding firm the joint meeting of the For eign Relations and Armed Serv ices committees rejected by a vote of 1612 a substitute proposed by Sen Morse Then a vote of 1711 turned Wisconsin with a proposed down a proposal bv Sens Green ff million for the and Slcnnis D MiS to IlSCal Dcnod would thr liiimtnrr c i jiuciiigc uic language of the pro posal to meet Democratic consti tutional objections Binding Language A proposal by Sen Fulbright DArk to substitute advisory ap proval for binding language was IN MIDWEST Iowas Tax Load May 3rd Lowest DES MOINES UP Iowa taxpayers arent so bad off in relation to their Midwest neigh bors despite the record million budget recommended by Cov Hcrschel C Loveless A sevenstale United Press survey shows that Iowas per pcrson tax burden would be per year third lowest in the Midwest area South Dakota with only a S52 million budget proposed for the two years showed the smallest porcapital nite of the entire area Each man woman and child in the sparsely populated state must pay in taxes to pay Cor the proposed budget Next Lowest the next lowest rate with for each person per year Gov Victor E Anderson rec ommended a hardlack bud get for droughtstricken Ne braska but still had the next to the highest percapita ratio The Cornhuskcr state and Michigan tied with per year per tax payer Minnesotas budget showed a million increase over the previous twoyear spending pe riod including million for increased aid to education a Year Each person in Minnesota will be taxed a year to pay for Gov Orville Freemans budget The Minnesota rate is the high est in the sevenslate area North Dakota Wke its sister state has a small budget only million for the twoyear period The increase of mil lion over the 195557 spending represented only a 3 per cent increase the smallest in the surveyed area Miunosola led the list with a whopping per defeated by voice vote The joint committee with Dem ocratic ranks divided on the key voles pushed on into an afternoon session with the hope of complet ing action on the resolution Wed nesday night The proposed Morse substitute would have called on the Presi dent to reaffirm this countrys use of its armed forces in accordance with the United Nations charter and called for the earliest possible report to Congress oa any use of troops As passed by the House the resolution authorizes the Pres ident to employ the armed forces to help Middle East nations resist overt Communist aggression they request it Two Amendments Chairman Green DR1 Of the cent while Iowa had tuccn DR1 of the 11 per cent foreign Relations Committee is Senate Revives Bill to Permit Cigarette Vendors DES MOINES ft The Iowa Senate Tuesday resurrected a bill to permit sale of cigarettes through vending machines in Iowa The Senate had defeated the same bill 2423 Monday The latest action came on a mo tion by Sen Jack Miller RSioux City to reconsider This motion carried 3315 Miller said he has an amend ment on file which would remove some of the objections voiced by opponentsof the bill Some scna p u s h i n g an amendment which would say simply that the Con gress approves the exercise of the Presidents authority to employ the armed forces in such a de velopment Another by Sen Stcn nis DMtss would say simply Congress approves the use of the armed forces under the speci fied conditions Republicans on the two commit tees who voted solidly to support the President Tuesday said they would resist this new Democratic move Sen H Alexander Smith R said he felt the administra tion language was Necessary Steps In it we are saying that Con gress authorizes the President to take necessary steps to secure the tors had argued that he bill political integrity and indcpcnd HEARING WAIVED SIOUX CITY WArlhur Robkales crl Sampey 39 Springfield waived preliminary hearing Tucs jtlay on a charge of sending nar cotics through the mails would open the siito lo operation CI1C of I he Middle Smith Of vending machines by a reporter some of which they said Bui Sen Sparkman DAla that if Eisenhower already jhas Hie necessary authority he About The Weather Mason City Fair to partly were controlled by After reconsideration was voted jdoesnt need any resolution to Miller asked further action be degive it to him And if he doesnt laved for the present jhave the authority Congress Millers amendment would pershasnt he power to delegate its mit holders of individual rctailjowri constitutional responsibility cigarette permits such as grocers HO and restaurant operators to have their own vending machine on the premises without charge Those who owned or operated rloudy with no important machines outside their own porature change on Wednesday i premises would have lo nav a Si 00 v i ft L i J t I WHH W r Jjam Werner s unaccustomed to handling them Mec ants w n give the on Mason Citv Do lar Days I hursday Friday and Saturdav The city wide event will feature seasonable merchandise night and Thursday with high Thursday 4550 Low Wednes day night near 20 Iowa Fair through Thursday Warmer west Wednesday night little change in tem perature through Thursday Low Wednesday night 28 north east 38 southwest Fiveday fowa Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees above normal Thursday through next Monday Normal lows 12 north to 19 south Normal highs 31 north to 39 south Colder about Saturday otherwise only minor daily temperature changes are expected No pre cipitation of consequence is ex pected Minnesota Fair and warm GlobeGazette weather data up 8 a m Wednesday j Maximum Tuesday 45 1 Minimum Tuesday night 27 I At 8 a m Wednesday 31 YEAR AGO Maximum 35 Minimum 14 Edwin C Hill Radio Commentator Dies ST PETERSBURG Fla Edwin C Hill 72 veteran iraclio commentator newspaper reporter a n d feature writer who gained f a in e through his H u m a n Side of the News broart casts died Hill who re sided in New Perry was home Dec 13 when EDWIN C HILL York but main his wife left for a dentists ap laincri a winter pointment He was missing when ionic here died in Si Anthonys she returned Police said to which he was ad annual license fee plus SI ayear for each machine in operation Body of Missing Author Found GUILFORD Conn W Police Wednesday identified the nude body of a man found in a stream near here as that of author George Sessions Perry missing since December apparently committed suicide jmitted one week ago His wife was with him when he died This issue of The GlobeGazette is being delivered to more than homes in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota Herbert R Goodwin Band Director Dies WATERLOO Recce Goodwin 17 buul director at Wa terloo Hast High School for u years died at a hospital Monday of a pulmomuy embolism Goodwin was Crcstuii public school band director before com I ing o Waterloo   

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