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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 15, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home THE NEWS CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N I 1 H O R S Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cent a Copy MASON OTY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15 1957 L Shepilov Oustedas F Rest Home Study Continued This Paper at Two SectionsSection Ona gn M No lit r The World Around Us Mossadegh Not Loved by Iranians Number 77 EDITORS NOTE This is one of a series of daily reports by our editor on a trip by air around the world By W EARL HALL rpEHERAN land of Omar Khayyam long known as Persia one fifth the area of the United States but scarcely a hundredth as productive has quite a few monuments But theres none to a man named Mossa d e g h and theres not about to be one Moss adegh has two claims to distinction 1 He could cry at slight or W Earl Hall even no pre text being possessed of free Wheeling lachrymal ducts 2 He played hob with Irans vast petro leum industry by biting the hands that Mere feeding not only him but most of the 21 million others who make up the population of this mountainous and desert wasteland The former dictator had his day and passed from the stage Now following an extended term of imprisonment he lives in re tirement near here Hes a man of considerable But the mischief wrought by him lives on Iran has never been able to claim its former role in the world oil picture New Supply Sources It isnt that Iran doesnt have plenty of oil or even that not enough oil can be turned out under the nationalization program instituted by Crying Mossy Its that those who used to look this way for their socalled liquid gold have found new sources of supply Yearly sales here approx imate half their former volume What Mossadegh failed to take into account was that this entire part of the world is loaded with petroleum Rebuffed customers had only to turn to neighboring countries such as Iraq and Kuwait The latter a tiny shiek dom at the head of the Persian gulf would have the greatest per capita wealth of any country in the world if it werent mostly in the hands of a few filthy Income Cut As a result of Mossadeghs ill advised policy Irans income from oil has been drastically cut This has forced the government to cast about for new tills to tap For example a stiff head tax is imposed on every person coming into Teherans airport even transients whose planes must drop down here for refueling be fore continuing their flight Marked is the contrast between the policy pursued by Iran and that of neighboring Iraq a land referred to in the Bible as Meso potamia In that area the Garden of Eden was found and lost It was the site of such places as Ur Babylon Ninevah and Samorra The name Baghdad calls up vis ions of Arabian Nights Industry Courted Whereas Iran kicked its petrol eum industry in the teeth Iraq has courted it Something more than half of the vast income re ceived from oil is being ear marked for the development of what once was among the worlds richest agriculture areas the land between the historic Tigris and Euphrates rivers Some say this was the cradle of civilization In those longago days Mesopo tamia sustained a population es timated at 30 million Now its barely a fourth of that An old Iowa friend of mine Marion E Dlson an agricultural specialist for five years has been helping to return Iraq to its glory road One of the major disappoint FRIARS HONOR BENNY Jack Benny ceives a plaque from Gov Goodwin Knight of California at a testimonial dinner given in Hollywood by the Friars Club Benny was praised for his philanthropic and hu manitarian work Temporary Truce Is Called in Debate on Reorganization Bill FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES of the Iowa House called a elec The House twice has debated the measure but contests over oro posed amendments have delayed final decision P a reorganization election in would vote separately that if 75 per a voTe nents of this odyssey is that I Rhall not be able to get this story in full from him in Baghdad weather and airplane schedules lave conspired against me All f can hope for is bright moon light as we pass over that amaz ing land included in the consolidated dis trict Present law provides that dissenting districts are left out The major controversy is over an amendment once proposed un successfully by Rep Curtis Riehm RGarner which would permit any district of 300 or more pupils to remain out of a reorganized district jf the voters of the disi trict voted against inclusion Pres ently an attempt is being made to get the House to reconsider tha proposal Riehm said that the bill withou his amendment would be the death of small efficient schoo districts and is aimed directly a industry in the slate He addec that the Legislature might as wel eliminate the Iowa Developmenl Commission if the bill passes as it is The commission is encour aging new industries to locate in Iowa It developed during the discus sion that some industries are fear ful of a large tax increase if their plants are put into larger dis tricts The Senate Highways Commit tee meanwhile sent to the floor of the Senate for passage a bill which would require the county board of supervisors to submit a highway construction program to the Iowa Highway Commission for approval a year in advance The bill has been passed by the House Sen J T Dykhouse RRock head of the committee said the written program would assure that both the supervisors and the highway commission were right in their If the Highway Commission re fuses the supervisors figures a public hearing would be called where the differences cduld be given a public Dykhouse said Resignation of Robert T Ross Accepted by Ike WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower has accepted swiftly he resignation of Robert Tripp Ross as assistant secretary of de fense Ross has been questioned by a Senate committee about military contracts awarded to firms headed by relatives Ross told Eisenhower he had done nothing wrong or improper but I feel that my future effec tiveness in the office has been Within a few hours after being informed Thursday night of Ross letter of resignation the Presi dent wrote him a threepara graph letter accepting the resig nation effective Feb 20 Ross whose wife is president of Wynn Enterprises and whose brotherinlaw H D Wynn heads affiliated firms has been on a selfrequested leave of absence since Jan l Margaret Truman on the Storks List NEW YORK UP Margaret Truman Daniel is going to have a baby Her husband Clifton Daniel confirmed Friday that former President Harry S Truman will become a grandfather for the first time late in June More Rigid Regulations May Result Loveless Cites Sprinkler Need By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Gov Herschel Loveless said Friday he probably would sign a bill to require nursing homes to install sprinkler system and other fire precautions if the Leg islature passes one The governor told his news con ference that he has scheduled a Friday meeting of state depart ment heads with members of a special legislative committee set up to study the nursing home sit uation in Iowa The six member committee Elew to Council Bluffs Thursday to look into the nursing home fire there in which 14 persons died The committee reported to the governor Friday morning that it had visited with city and welfare officials in Council Bluffs Love less said he was informed that there was no negligence in volved in the fire and that there was no lack of attention by the City of Council Bluffs to existing fire precautions required by Effect on People The governor said that any leg islation regarding nursing homes would have to be evaluated in terms of its effect on people or inmates of those homes If we get hard boiled tver night where are we going to put these people Loveless asked We have no intent to dash into anything The committee plans to look into the situation and find out what legislation is Asked how he would evaluate the need for safety precautions in nursing homes as against housing facilities they offer for elderly persons Loveless said he didnt know That is one of the questions I will have to face up to when I have enough facts on which to base a he said Safety is certainly one of the most important factors But if we get tough overnight we have to know where we are going to put these To Get Facts With regard to the Council Bluffs probe Sen Jim Henry R committee chairman said the legislators went to get facts and see how they could be applied to the state level rather than determine the cause of the fire Committee members indi cated they also were interested in living conditions sanitation and health as well as fire safety at the nursing homes During the 90minute session at the Council Bluffs City Hall following their inspection of the fire scene the legislators question ed various officials and received numerous safety suggestions Study Praised State Fire Marshal Ed J Her ron blamed the fire on defective wiring in an electrical outlet and said the blaze probably would have been confined to one room if the house had an automatic sprinkler system It was a small fire when dis he said and a sprink ler system would have provided water flow in ail I M B Weiner Sioux City vice president of the nursing home as sociation said sprinkler systems cost a lot of money and might jput a lot of us out of Minnesota to Get New Jet Air Base WASHINGTON Air Force has chosen a site near Bethel northwest of Min neapolis for a new jet base Rep Roy W Wier DMinn said Thursday The move will allow the military to move their base of operations from WoldCham berlain field at Minneapolis scene of a wave of recent jet plane crashes TIGHT PIT FOR SHIP Ap Up jro the brides 5 o T i v Pass Bill to Hike Maximum Length of Truck Trailers FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES DES Iowa Hous passed 8114 and sent to the Sen ate Friday a bill that would in crease the maximum length o tractortrailer truck combination from 45 to 50 feet Most of the opposition to the bil came from members who saic they feared Iowa highways woulc be broken down or federal funds would be jeopardized by the long er limit Rep George Paul RBrooklyn said only weight and not length breaks down concrete and the maximum for any truck would re Sports Bulletin BOCA RATON Les Johnstone Mason City and Bob Cochran St Louis lost Friday to Anne Richardson and Jack Penrose in the semifinal round in the National Mixed Four some golf tournament The score was I up Richardson and Penrose were the medalists in the meet The team of Anne Quast and J Wolcott Brown won 1 up over Marlene Stewart and Gerald Magee in the other semifinal match main at pounds plus eigh per cent leeway Rep Curtis Riehm RGarner told the House Iowa trucker were forced out of business las year The statement brought an immediate reply from Rep Clarl McNeal R who charged the real interests behinc the bill were giving weak argii ments for its support I dont believe the statement that truckers went out of business last year because didnt have an extra 5 feet and neither do McNeal said Three new unemployment com pensation measures were filed vitli the Iowa House for introduc ion Friday One by Rep Vern is an industry minimum pre SAME Black means traffic death in past 21 hours MAY BE Thompson ambassador to Austria may succeed Charles Bohien in Moscow it has been reported Bohien who has held the Russian post for four years may be shifted to another diplo matic post Ike Accepts Democratic Revisions of Doctrine measure and the others by Rep Andrew Frommelt are regarded in the House as a labor measure Lisles bill would increase the unemployment compe n s a t i o n maximum from a week for 24 weeks to a week for 26 weeks It also would boost the minimum from to a week The From melt would in crease the maximum payment from to a week for 24 weeks and boost the mini from to per week A bill proposed setting the new maximum at 48 per week and would make the same increase as Frommelt pro posed in tho minimum The second Frommelt bill would qualify for benefits a worker who quit his job because of circum stances concerned with his em ployment Under the present law worker is disqualified if he quits without good cause attributable o his The McCoy Jonnor bill also contained a simi ar provision Another bill filed in he House vould require all high schools1 o offer courses in driver training A student who passed the course vould receive a drivers license automatically when they were 16 Anyone who failed the U S Population Hits 170 Million Mark WASHINGTON pop ulation of the United States growing by unprecedented num bers hit the 170 million mark Friday WASHINGTON WPresidcnt Eisenhower has asked the Sen ate to act promptly and ap prove a militaryeconomic plan to help Middle Eastern nations avoid Communist con trol He called for a decisive Accepting Democratic revi sions in his original Middle East resolution Eisenhower said through his press secretary lames C Hagerty that he feels the revised version is in tended and designed to accom plish the purposes he sought The Senate is to start debate Monday on the legislation which would back up Eisen howers plan to use armed forces if necessary to repel overt Communist attack on a Middle Eastern nation asking help It also would remove re strictions from 200 million dol lars of available funds and per mit their use for military and economic aid in the area The House already has ap proved Eisenhowers resolution virtually without change There were indications the adminis tration may seek some change from the Senate revisions when the measure goes to a confer ence committee but Hagerty said in ThomasviJle where Eisenhower is vacationing The President has no doubt that since both the Senate com mittees version and the House version seem clearly to be in tended to support the Presi dents program the final con gressional action will be in terms entirely satisfactory to tha Served Only 9 Months Gromyko to Be Successor MOSCOW Soviet gov ernment Friday relieved Dmitri Shepilov of his post as foreign minister and appointed career diplomat Andrei Gromyko in hia place ShepLlov took the foreign min isters job last June succeed ing V M Molotov He returns to his old position as one of the eight secretaries of the powerful Communist Party Central Com mittee Shepilov always has been re garded as a protege of Commu nist Boss Nikita S Khrushchev Gromyko has been considered ft protege of Molotov Old Molotov Line Western observers said the re shuffle indicates a return to the old Molotov line in Soviet foreign policy The Molotov line was a tough one The Khrushchev policy plugs the theme of peaceful co existence The announcement said a full meeting of the Communist Central Committee Thursday named Fro Romanovich Kozlov as an alter nate member of the partys ruling Presidium successor to the old Politburo Kozlov has been an active leader of the Leningrade Party Committee and a close col laborator of former Premier Georgi M Malenkov As a secretary of the Commu nist Party Central Committee Shepilov rejoins the other secre taries headed by Khrushchev who has the title of first secretary Named Deputy Nikolai Semenovich Patolichev who has been a secretary in the party organization of White Rus sia was named a first deputy foreign minister Patolichev has been a deputy foreign minister since July l on the eve of a visit to Moscow by President Tito of Yugoslavia The timing of this shift was in terpreted then as a gesture of good will toward Tito Molotov had been one of the primary fig ures in the antiTito campaign carried on by Stalin after Yugo slavias Communists broke with the Cominform in 1948 Molotov now leads the Soviet Committee of State Control also is a first deputy premier Shepilov is a former editor of Pravda and an interpreter of the party line He outlined Soviet for eign policy this week before the Supreme Soviet Parliament ses ended course or refused to take it would not be eligible for a license until he was 18 Drivers licenses can be ob ained now at the age of 16 hrough regular state examina ions Moderate Cold Front A moderate cold front was ex pected to cover Iowa by Friday night signaling a fiveday period m which temperatures will aver age four to eight degrees below normal Sections of eastern Iowa re ceived very light snow Thursday night and forecasters said there probably would be more light pre cipitation preceding the cold front moving in from the northwest Saturday will be fair and cold with highs in the 20s and low 30s and Sundays outlook is for some Possible light snow or flurries in the northern half of the slate 1 The Weather Mason City Mostly fair through Saturday Diminishing winds and considerably colder Friday night low near 12 Colder Sat urday high in low 20s Iowa Clearing and colder Fri day night low 1218 northwest 3925 southeast Generally fair and colder Saturday Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees below normal Friday night through next Wednesday Colder Friday night and Saturday and again about Tuesday Warmer about Sunday and Wednesday Normal highs 33 north to 38 south Nor mal lows north to 21 south Precipitation will average less than onefourth inch occurring about Sunday and Wednesday Minnesota Clearing much cold er GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday Maximum Thursday 31 Minimum Thursday night 2T A I 8 a m Friday 29   

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