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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper for Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS VOL LXtll Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1957 This Paper Consists of Two One No 35S School Integration Delay Is Denied Iraq Likely to Be Next on List for U S Arms WASHINGTON United States is considering followingup its weapons airlift to Jordan with emergency flights of arms to Iraq another troubled neighbor of pro Soviet Syria Diplomatic circles disclosed ihis Sitiirrlay as President Egqn hower issued a slern warning to Russia saying in a White House announcement not to press Syria into an act of aggression against her MidEast neighbors The President also affirmed his intention of carrying out the policies expressed in the Eisenhower MidEast doctrine It pro vides support including armed forces for any MidEast coun try threatened by Communism The presidential declaration was aimed they said at bolster ing friendly governments which fear that Communist gains in nearby Syria may embolden Red jives within their own borders The State Department mean while confirmed that an airlift of defensive weapons for Jor dans armed forces would begin at once Rtcoilless Rifles Big Air Force C124 Globemas ters officials said will fly arms cargoes including 106 mm recoil les rifles to the Jordanian capital Iowa Adopts New Income Tax Form of Amman Initial shipments are expected to arrive Monday some of the arms perhaps being flown from the United States and the rest from other areas where this country has stockpiles A toplevel decision on a second weapons airlift for Iraq has not yet been made But top officials were known to be seriously weighing this as a move to bol ster the policies of strongly anti Communist King Feisal A State Department spokesman at a news conference reluctantly talked about a speedup of previ ously programmed American weapons for Syrias neighbors Only Jordan Named Apparently under instructions press officer Luther Reid would say only We are expediting de liveries to Middle East countries which have military assistance agreements with the United States He named only Jordan in an swer to questions even though other officials informally dis closed yesterday that a setup of deliveries was also under way for Lebanon Turkey and Iraq Ship ments to Lebanon and Turkey are expected to go by sea on a speededup schedule DES MOINES W The State Tax Commission Friday approved a new income tax return form for next year that will require lowans to tell more about their inances Leon Miller chairman of the Democratic controlled Tax Com mission said he is assuming the governor will not call a special session of the Legislature before the first of the year If a special session were called to deal with tax matters the income tax law might be changed so that the new lyapproved form couldnt be used Four Pages The new income tax form of four pages will be substituted for the twopage abbreviated form built around adjusted gross in come The longer return requires lowans to list their various sources of income Miller said the present form does not enable the commission to make a real audit of a taxpayers return He estimated the longer AP Wirephoto WISH COMES TRUE Susan Garrett 108 has a special visit at the Army base at Fort Knox Ky She climbed up on an M48 tank sipped lemonade with Maj Gen J L Ryan and was present for retreat when the flag was lowered Aunt Susan from Toniesville Ky had her trip after telling friends she wanted to see a tank a general and the flag coming down before she died With her is Lt Frederick Stiff Reid carefully identifying the weapons calling avoided even deliveries as them only items under the military assist ance program His terse an swers contrasted sharply with publicity being given the sched uled airlift by Jordan govern ment leaders in Amman who obviously were eagerly awaiting them New lower Nursing Home Law to Be Effective Soon form may bring in as much as 750000 more a year Optional An optional feature ofthe new orm enables taxpayers to submit a reasonable copy of their fed eral return or information from that return instead of filling out pages three and four of their state report The Tax Commission also de cided Friday to require all income taxpayers to submit remittances with their returns to avoid penal ty Last year about 6000 tax payers failed to do so and no pen alty was assessed By DWIGHT McCORMACK DES MOINES M Iowas new nursing home Law is expected to become partially effective soon although the startoff will be about two months late and under a number of clouds State Fire Marshal E J Her ron said Saturday he anticipates the attorney generals office will approve within the next couple of weeks an extensive set of fire safety rules governing nursing and custodial homes F W Pickworth director of the State Health Departments hospi tal services division said the de partment hopes to put into prac tice soon a set of licensing rules Both the fire safety and the li censing rules are required tinder an act of the 1957 Legislature which became law July 4 The fire marshals office and the de partment were charged with reimoney as Herron put it to do ponsibility of making the rulesJan adequate job The Iowa Leg They must be approved by the attorney generals office A study committee began more than a year ago the formulation of proposed legislation to put more teeth into the laws regulat ing the homes Impetus was given the matter by a nursing home fire in Council Bluffs last Feb 13 as the result of which 17 patients died A legislative nursing home in vestigating committee and the study group combined to sponsor the proposals which are embodied in the new law It repealed the old law providing for licensing ol nursing and custodial homes ef fective July 4 NoAction by Ike on Dispute Confers With Attorney General WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower and Ally Gen Brow nell conferred Saturday butj reached no decision on possible future steps the federal govern ment might take in the Little Rock school integration dispute Presidential Press Secretary James C Hagerty said there can be no decision here until formal receipt is made of Federal Judge Roland Davies decision in throw ing out a move to postpone in tegration at Central High School Hagerty said it would be fair to say that Eisenhower and Brownell in their 45minute meet ing discussed possible steps the federal government might take in the tense situation No Decision But the press secretary said he wasnt going to disclose what alternatives were considered Furthermore he said there was no decision on steps that might be taken Hagerty said too There was a general discus sion of National Guard and the authority the President has that affects the National Gaurd The press secretary did not amplify that point Eisenhower broke off a vacation at Newport R I to fly here for the conference with BrownellHe also was meeting with other offi cials later on the Middle East problems Sitting in with the President and Browne at the meeting were Hagerty White House Counsel Gerald Morgan and Presidential Situation Remains Unsettled Next Move Pondered A Howard Wilson Carroll Heads Iowa Press Assn DES MOINES Wl Howard B Wilson editor of the Carroll Times Heraldis the new presi dent of the Iowa Daily Press Assn He was elected Friday as the organization of Iowa daily newspapers opened its thn2 day annual convention A vice president last year Wil son succeeds Clarence W Moody who retired last week as editor and publisher of the Burlington HawkEye GaEette John Notman of the Clinton Herald is the new vice president Chosen directors for threeyear terms were Hollis J Nordyke Ames Tribune C Lloyd Bunker Ottumwa Courier W J Carmi chael Webster City Freeman Journal and Dwight Clark Cher okee Times John Bishop of the HawkEye Gazette was named director for two years to fill a vacancy ere ated by Moodys resignation Retiring directors are Wilson R R Jackson Spencer Reporter Henry Hook Davenport Demo crat and Robert K Beck Center ville lowegian ehtkhKiltech by Truck Near Osage 21monthold baby died Saturday noon under her Six Clouds Then the clouds began to show up They include 1 Technically there is present no licensing of such homes Arbitrator Rules Against Rath Co athers truck in the Richard Cast armyard near here Cast who farms miles northwest of Osage had been encing and drove his pickup ruck into the farmyard When he Parted up again he failed to nO ront of the Both front BOLT KILLS TWO SWEETWATER Tex lightning bolt hurtled into th midst of a group of schoolgirl huddled under a rce for shelte Friday kiiiing two of them am injuring 13 WATERLOO UP The Rath Packing Co has been Bordered to dissolve two new departments and reestablish a loading department in a dispute with the United Pack inghouse Workers Union Peter M Kelliher National La bor Relations Board arbitrator Friday ruled against Rath which announced it would immediately comply with thedecision The dispute resulted in a walk out by union employes last June 24 and eventual shutdown of the directly mjplant for one wcek The imion said the company had no right to and back wheels passed over her Death was at ributed to a fractured skull She died enroute to the hospital She is survived by her parents two brothers Ronnie and Bruce and her grandparents Mr and Mrs Oscar Hackbarth and Mrs Clifford Alma Cast Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Champion Fun eral Home establish the new departments on the grounds it violated contracl provisions on departmental work job security and seniority Governor Opens New Highway 22 Route MUSCATINE UP Gov Her schel C Loveless snipped a rib bon here Friday and opened new Iowa 22 to traffic between here and Davenport The highway re places the old River Road be Lween the two cities with an im proved and shorter route SAME OCEAN BARRICUDA MAQUOKETA M i c h a e Kumpf 11 caught a 30poun ocean barricuda while vacation ing at Fort Lauderdalc Fla Th fish measured four feet tw inches slative Interim Committee de clined to provide for in spection and enforcement on the ground that the situation does not constitute an emergency 5 The department says it is almost impossible under the wording of the law to make li censing rules uniform The Iowa constitution says such rules must apply uniformly Thus enforce ment would be in doubt 6 And unless the department makes enforceable rules in a rea sonable length of time Sl3000 000 a year in federal aid for old age assistance recipients would be threatened Many of these peo ple live in the homes Some Difficulty Pickworth said the department is in the process of formulating 3 Until the htaltli ieparimeiiLsits rules He said there has been AP SVirephoto HEAD FOR Gen Herbert Brownell top peers from his auto as newsmen fol low him to Washington where he met President Eisenhower to discuss the Little Rock Ark school integration crisis The President bottom is snapped as he sits in his helicopter awaiting a lift from his vacation spot at Newport RI to a near by airfield for the flight to the capitol Aide Wilton B Persons Hagerty told a news conference that Brownell informed the chief executive about the Little Rock situation as it has been develop ing and aspects of the law To Submit Facts He said Brownell advised Eis enhower that a report which Judge Davies requested on the facts of the situation is being pre pared by the Justice Department and FBI and probably will be sub mitted Monday or Tuesday Davies asked for facts on which to base a determination as to whether there had been interfer ence or noncompliance with his integration order The order was balked when Gov Orval Faubus called out the National Guard and prevented Ne groes from entering the school Hagerty said it would be im proper tor him or anyone else to 2 Pay Raise Bills Killed nd fire marshals rules become ffective the law cannot be in ull force 3 The fire marshals inspection f the homes must precede licens ng 4 The Legislature didnt give he fire marshal the necessary Burlington Driver Killed in Accident BURLINGTON An drew Sullivan 31 Burlington was illed instantly Friday night in an auto accident on Highway 61 about 2 miles north of here Au horities said Sullivan apparently ost control of the car which ran ff the highway About The Weather Mason City Mostly fair am warmer Sunday Low Saturday 50s High Sunday night lower near 80 Iowa Mostly fair Saturday nigh and Sunday continued cool Sat urday night warmer Sunday Low Saturday night 4655 Minnesota Fair Httle warmer GlobeGazette Weather Data U to 8 am Saturday Maximum Friday 73 Minimum Friday night 45 At 8 am Saturday 60 YEAR AGO Maximum 61 Minimum 36 WASHINGTON W President Eisenhower Saturday killed by pocket veto two bills which would have granted postal and Civil Service employes pay raises total ling 817 million dollars He said both measures would contribute unnecessarily to in flation and require an increase in the 275failIion dollar ceiling on the public debt Both houses of Congress had given the bills heavy majorities even though administration lead ers warned they faced a certain veto One bill would have given an 11 per cent raise to some one million classified civil service congres LITTLE ROCK Ark W North Dakota federal jnrigp Saturday that Central High School must integrate immediate ly The decision left the cold war between Arkansas and federal authority uncompromised U S District Judge Ronald N Davies said the brief testimony of Supt Virgil Blossom was as anemic as the petition itself Blossom had asked for an in definite postponement of racial mixing on grounds that National Guard troops surrounding the high school were interfering with education in many schools Davies said the plan for grad ual integration in Little Rock was originated and conceived by the citizens of Little Rock through their school directors No Violence The judge took judicial notica of the statement of Mayor Wood row Wilson Mann that the Little Rock police had not encountered a single case of violence in connection with the planned inte gration of Central High Judge Davies did not mention whether Negroes must be admit ted when school resumes Mon day but his previous order that integration must start immedi ately still is in effect but defied by Gov Orval Faubus The decision left the outcome of the struggle uncertain and a governors aide said there will be no immediate comment from Gov Faubus President Eisenhower and Attv Gen Brownell conferred in Wash ington Saturday on the Little Rock matter but reached no deci sion on what possible steps tha government might take in the dis pute Faubus who contends that ha stopped integration with National Guardsmen Tuesday to maintain peace and order has ordered a fresh company of guardsmen to report for duty at the high school Monday morning Token Force Only a token force guarded the school grounds Saturday The school board represented by Attorney Richard Butler told the court that the National Guard troops called out by Gov Orval Faubus to halt integration last Monday had made it impossible to teach sional and judicial employes The other carried a S516 rage some 500000 ome difficulty in clearing ad linistrative questions Before the departments rules an go into effect Pickworth ex lained there will be a meeting ith the Iowa Nursing Home Vssn and the rules then will be ubmitted to the attorney gener 1s office for approval The new law says the depart ment rules must be consistent vith the economic problems and onditions involved in the care md housing of persons in nursing ind custodial homes Pickworth commented The Legislature has given us an impossible task but we are rying to make the best of it Today these homes cant legal y operate and cant legally close them on account of the process of the nsw law Five Deputies Herron explained that he want ed to put on three more deputies and fill one vacancy He now has ivc deputies He estimated there are 600 to 700 nursing and custodial homes which would be affected by the new law They house 4500 to 5000 persons The fire marshal said there are about 300 others which would not come under the act because they have less than four patients Inspection and enforcement wiil be good11 he commented but the fire marshals office cannot possibly inspect more than about half of these homes a year We still will have to inspect those not affected by the new rules discuss the report to Davies in advance But he said it will in clude a discussion of a meeting Friday between FBI agents and representatives of the governor Butler said if the delay is jgranted to ease tension the board a annual mjwill not deviatc from lneir crease average of 12i perto integrale postal Blossom testified Due to con St Louis Newspapers Tied Up by Strike ST LOUIS strike of 22 electricians Saturday tied up St Louiss two daily newspapers the afternoon PostDispatch and the morning GlobeDemocrat The first edition of the Post Dispatch was not printed as print ers honored pickets of Local 1 International Brotherhood of Elec trical Workers KSD and KSDTV he PostDispatchs radio and tele vision stations were off the air workers Hurricane Spotted Far Out in Atlantic MIAMI blockbuster inrricane packing winds up to 100 miles an hour lashed through the South Atlantic Saturday about 2 500 miles eastsoutheast of Miami There is no immediate threat to any land areas Bernie Moore forecaster at the hurricane warn ing center here said However this storm is far enough out at sea that it has plenty of time to build up into a real big one The hurricane labeled Carrie for the ditions around the school it is im possible for children within to re ceive an education Nine months of school is not enough time Each day this goes on is just an other day out of the lives of these children Wiley Branton representng the National Association for the Ad vancement of Colored People de clared tension and agitation have no bearing on this law suit They were brought about by ac tions of the governor and National Guard No crossexamination was per mitted Every seat in the courtroom third tropical storm of the year I boiled up in the Atlantic Friday somewhere between Africa and the United States was filled About 15 Negroes sat on two benches No white people sat with them 1012 Ounce Baby Girl Dies at Clarion Hospital CLARION An estimated 10 to 12 ounce baby perhaps the smallest child on record born early Saturday nearly 24 hours after it was born The girl was born 4Vz months prematurely to Mrs Merrill Hanson 22 Goldfield about 2 am Friday Mrs Hanson mother of a 2yearold son was reported doing fine a hospital spokeman jer over the entire state Sunday Mason City Has High Low Mercury Readings temperature dropped into The the 40s over much of Iowa early Saturday Lows ranged from 45 degrees at Mason City to 54 at Davenport High readings Friday ranged from 59 at Ottumwa to 73 at Ma son City Milder weather was moving in to Iowa however and the Weath er Bureau said it would be warm here said Dr D A Harding Eagle Grove Mrs Hansons physician estimated the babys weight at birth He said the baby was too small to weigh on a scale The child was about 11 inches long he said The doctor said the baby was perfectly formed American Medical Assn records show the smallest baby was Jacqueline Jean Benson Chicago She was three months prema ture and weighed an estimated 12 ounces when born Jarn 14 1736 and Monday FLU TOLL SEOUL Korean gov ernment estimated Sat urday 2772000 persons wcra stricken with Asian flu during June July and August when an epidemic swept the peninsula   

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