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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER T HAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY DOLLAR DAYS VOL LXIV Associated Press and United Press Full Lease Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14 1958 This Paper Consists of Two Ona No Ill Benson Heard at Institute Give Farmers 4 Freedoms DES MOINES UP Agricul ture Secretary Ezra Benson told the National Farm Institute Fri day the administrations farm program would give farmers the four freedoms they want The liberties are more free dom to plant more freedom to market more freedom to meel competition more freedom from government interference Benson said Key features of the farm pro gram are larger acreage allot ments for crops and price sup ports ranging from 60 to 90 per cent of parity instead of 75 to 90 per cent Programs which are economic a 11 y sound administratively feasible and financially support able simply do not flow from mixed formula calculations rigid parity Benson said Addressed Luncheon Benson addressed a luncheon of the 20th National Farm Insti tute an annual meeting of na THURMAN WHITESIDE IN FCC HEARING Testimony by Mack Wanted tional farm industry and educa tion leaders who spend two days exploring farm problems The theme of the meeting this year is Redirection of Agricultural Re sources Other prominent speakers in cluded Pat Greathouse vice president of the United Auto Workers Union and J Kenneth Galbraith noted Harvard Univer sity economist Benson said the administra tions farm program now before Congress was designed to Develop bigger markets thus putting our abundance to good use Productive Resources Allow farmers more freedom to use their productive resources Push forward the necessary longrange conseryjUaon jffort Help the forgotten segment of small low income farms As for corn acreage allot WASHINGTON UP Rep Harris DArk Friday promised full cooperation with an FBI probe of allega tions that Communications Commissioner Richard A Mack received thousands of dollars from an attorney in a Miami television case that the investigating subcommittee he heads will call Mack to testify very soon on the charges made by the groups ousted counsel Bernard Schwartz Testifying under oath Schwartz said Mack has acknowledged accepting several thousand dollars from a lawyer Schwartz said was active in getting a television license for a firm rated by an FCC examiner as the least of four applicants He said Mack described the money as loans A few hours after the hearing Atty Gen Rogers ordered the FBI to make a complete inves tigation To Return Monday Schwartz has agreed to return Monday for further questioning on information he says he has about other FCC commissioners and Sherman Adams President Eisenhowers top aide Tunisia Refuses to Budge But Mediation Still Possible TUNIS Habi Bourguiba declared Thursda We are ready to make war fo Bizerte But he held open th door to mediation by the Unitec States of Tunisias quarreLwit France The President also suggeste in a broadcast to his tense n tion that while he is determine 15000 French troops stationed Tunisia must go the big Frenc naval base at Bizerte might still be used by the North Atlantic Treaty powers i That base and French army garrisons are blockaded Jittery Tunisian civilians and national guardsmen patroling with light arms manned roadblocks to pre vent the movement of French troops They threatened to fire on Iraq Jordan Unite in Arab Federation any French ships attempting to enter or leave Bizerte 6th Day of Crisis Bourguibas blue eyes flashed as he spoke on this sixth day of a crisis brought on by a French ments should beeliminated Ben son added Most corn farmers simply cannot afford to live with them These conditions pose a threat to hog producers to the entire livestock industry to poultry pro ducers to the dairy industry Benson praised the farmers of the United States as the most efficient in the world In a letter to Harris Friday Mack said he is confident tha once the investigators get the facts they will conclude that ac cusations against him are with out foundation He described the charges as unsubstantiated accu sations innuendoes and distor tions Mack added I have no intention of resign air raidetrthe frontier village of Sakiet Sidi Youssef Tunisia put the toll at 68 men women and children killed 84 wounded and 10 not accounted for The French said the raid was to punish Algerian rebels who had fired on French planes from their border hideouts in Tunisia But several diplomats including US Ambassador G Lewis Jones are reported to have con firmed that there were heavy ci vilian casualties No Formal Offer French Ambassador Herve Al phand said in Washington no for mal offer of US mediation had been made But an Italian For eign Ministry spokesman in Rome said a request may be made for Italys mediation and Italy will be ready to mediate In a speech to his Parliament French Foreign Minister Pineau said France will not negotiate ItlANON ALONC WITH JOIDAN FfilS I UNO iWAlLOWIO BY UN1TIO ICrUtUC IliO IJGHDAD FAC MLMltl OPPOSfl POLICY OF ATTACKING WfiT IMmiAWTf AND WOOING SOVIFI AID XHDAN MAI SftlA IHIYVt IOIH UtCEO ASSASSINATION OF KING HUSillN EgyptSyria Tieup Now Neutralized New Bloc Is ProWestern AMMAN Jordan and Jordan joined in a new Arab fed eration Friday rivaling and chal lenging the recently proclaimed United Arab Republic of Egypt and Syria The merger cast doubt on Iraqs future participation in the Amer icansupported Baghdad Pact al liance King Feisal II of Iraq and King Hussein of Jordan 22yearold second cousins of the Hashemite proclaimed thp fprlpra on just after sunrise on this King Feisal ANOTHER ARAB CAMP FORMED In the wake of formation of the United Arab Republic shaded by Egypt Syria and Yemen a second Arab camp has been pitched Involved in the sec ond union are oilwealthy Iraq and penniless Jor dan Their two kings Iraqs Feisal and Jordans Hussein are cousins The ultimate result of the unions are two Arab Leagues distrustful of each other King Hossein Contracts Let for We should be unstinting in our praise of the American farmer for his productive ability he said Never in history have so many depended on so few to feed and clothe us so well Tax Leaders Still Talking About Slash WASHINGTON Key leaders in Congress were talking Friday in terms of a 5 to 10 billion dolla tax cut if the business recession makes tax reduction necessary But barring a snowballing de cline in the economy there was solid conviction on Capitol ing Schwartz was fired by the sub committee in a dispute over the conduct of its probe of the regu latory agencies Schwartz produced from sub committee files cancelled checks totaling which he said were given to Mack by Thurman A Whiteside of Miami after Mack jecame an FCC commissioner he former counsel said Mack claimed the checks represented oans and that the commissioner said a portion of the loans had jeen forgiven and some repaid in cash Cites Reputation AP Photofax I LIKE IT Obviously tickled with her first kiss Gabby Dav is Baton Rouge La gets into the Valentine Day spirit The little Romeo is Tommy Owen 3 of the same city Blanket of Light Snow Covers Iowa with Tunisia under the inadmis sible pressure of a blockade cutting off French positions in the former protectorate from ood and other supplies The FrenchTunisian conven tion of June 3 1955 granting Tu nisia internal selfrule provided that France would keep control of defense and foreign affairs A ater agreement of March 20 1956 granted Tunisia full inde pendence and said negotiations would be opened as soon as pos sible on the question of the troops A series of crises has prevented the negotiations A blanket of snow covered The checks Schwartz s a id Iowa Friday after one days re were subpoenaed from Whiteside lief from a weeklong cold wave who he said had a reputation in The snow moved across the Florida as a Schwartz state during the night and was said Whiteside represented Pubexpected to end in the west lie Service Television Inc which Friday night and in the east Sat won the grant for Miamis TV urday Channel 10 in a hotly contested The present outlook is for from case Public Service is a whollyUwo three inches more snow in owned subsidiary of National Airune southeast with lesser amounts in the northwest Heaviest snow fro m fall reported so far was three inches at Council Bluffs Atlantic lowan Killed Under Trucks Dump Box WATERLOO Hugh Ortman 4 Jesup was injured fatally hursday when the dump box on is truck fell on him Ortman had largest known underseas craft in aised the box and was leaning the world Each will carry a re cross the truck frame greasing ported 16 of the 1500mile range t when the box fel lines Denial came quickly Whiteside in Miami no Hill that Congress will consider Schwartz is a liar WhiteLamoni Des Moines and Ottum tax cuts before early sajd He said he had never wa had two inches Davenport and then only as a ast resort anything in my life and Spencer and Cedar Rapids re to reverse the business slide that he was never employed as ported one inch Mason City hac Pushed Aside an attorney in the Channel 10M6 inch Early estimates of a possible case Colder air is expected to spreac tax reduction of two or three bil Mack a Democrat was apover the state Friday nigh lion dollars have been pushed pointed by Eisenhower to the bringing low readings of from aside as insufficient to stem a Bipartisan commission in 1955 to 10 above in the northwest an major economic dip The contest for the Miami TV around 20 in the southeast Nothing less than a 5 to 10 bilchannel started in 1953 and was Mason City Thursday had lion dollar cut would generate decided by the FCC in February high of 25 and an overnight enough new buying power to put L957 the economy back on the track the leaders estimate To Start Review DuOne OrtOP Atom Submarines WASHINGTON UP The Navy announced Friday that Gen eral Dynamics Corp at Groton Conn and the Mare Island Nava Shipyard Vallejo Calif will build the nations first three Polari missile armed atomic submarines Two will be built by the Gen eral Dynamics Electric Boat D vision at GfbtohTThe first of thes will cost between 105 and 110 mi lion dollars the second betwee 85 and 90 million Congress recently approved 296 million dollars in emergency funds for construction of the three nuclear powered subma rines The Navy hopes to build six more when funds are ap proved The 5600ton vessels to be completed in 1960 will be the In London Sweethearts Just Dial VALENTINE 1958 loslem Sabbath The two kings a greedto merge leir armies economies finances nd foreign affairs The monarchs vill retain their separate thrones nd their local governments but Teisal was named chief of state f the new federation Hussein vill be his deputy in affairs con cerning the federation as a whole To Remain Outside As the EgyptianSyrian procla mation of the United Arab Repub lic had done two weeks before the new federation invited other Arab states to join But there seemed little likelihood King Saud of Saudi Arabia would bring his big desert kingdom into the new ar rangement Saud apparently ap proved the IraqiJordanian move but the impression here was that Saudi Arabia would remain out side the new federation and the LONDON UP Sid Hughes sent his wife a Valentine Friday but really he hates the day Its the fault of the London telephone system Sids number is Valentine 1958 and for two weeks he has been plagued with calls from young lovers asking for good luck messages Its gotten so bad that Sid and his wife Margaret have left their phone off the hook for the past two days Whats more he said he didnt plan to put it back until the day was over I didnt mind the first few times he told United Press In fact I was flattered But this past week Ive been getting as many as 30 calls a day I spend half my life playing Cupid to all the lovers of Ilford the suburb in which he Most oMhose who call up are girls Sid said Boys dont seem to have much taste for Valentines Day Polaris missiles Congressional Race Speaker Rayburn of Texas who ATLANTIC Duane Or said House Democrats are going toil an Atlantic farmer and to start a review pretty Of the National Farm to see where a tax cut might do ers Organization announced Fri the most if there is one day hc wju run for Congress as a Rayburn as well as other rjemocrat House tax leaders said a tax cut Qrton said he will campaign might abo depend on whether the for tne Democrati nomination budget can stand it President for the 7th congressional district Eisenhower already has forecast reprcscnted now by Rep Ben a deficit for the year ending this F Jensen June 30 tnd many Democrats are questioning the basis of his estimate that a surplus will ap 30 YEARS GETS 30 YEARS of 13 It was the first time i eight days the mercury did no dip below zero Hudson and Novak Tops at Box Office HOLLYWOOD UP Movie makers suffering the worst fi nancial doldrums in film history learned from theater owners Fri day they could be back in the chips by costarring Rock Hud son and Kim Novak in all their pictures Hudson and Kim were voted boxoffice champs in a nationwide poll of exhibitors by Box Office pear in the following year ALBIA fUP Wayne Vairo If definite indications of recov25 Williamson was sentenced to pry do not become apparent by 30 years in the state penitentiary it was believed Congress at Fort Madison Thursday on a may have no choice but to enact charge of burglary with aggrava a Ux cut before it goes home I tion The Weather Mason City Light snow diminish ing to flurries Friday night low zero to 5 above Considerable cloudiness colder Saturday chance of occasional snow flur ries high 1214 Iowa Snow Friday night and east Saturday turning colder over mosf of state Low Friday night 510 northwest to 21 southeast Colder Saturday Five day Iowa Temperature will average 6 to 8 degrees be low rormal Saturday througl Wednesday becoming colde at the first of the period warm er Monday and Tuesday an colder again about Wednesday Normal highs 32 north to 4 south Normal lows 13 north t 41 south Precipitation will av erage 15 inches occurring a snow Friday night and agai about Monday or Tuesday lere on Iraqs plans regarding the Baghdad Pact in which it is a Minnesota Clearingand colder GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Friday Maximum 25 Minimum 13 At 8 am 13 Precipitation in snow YEAR AGO Maximum 46 Minimum 12 Airlines Pilot Lauded After Crash Landing PALM SPRINGS Calif ilot R E Schumacker was iraised Friday for a fine job in anding a twinengine Western Air Lines plane which exploded hortly after the 2L persons aboard escaped in a rockstudded desert wash The veteran pilot battled 40 to 50mileanhour crosswincls to get the Convair down in a dry wash Thursday afternoon five miles north of here The plane faltered seconds after takeoff from the Palm Springs Airport on a flight to San Diego Calif Witnesses said the craft began to shudder a few hundred xeet in the air Gunman Gets in Tavern Stickup DES MOINES UP gun man escaped with dollars n cash early Friday after hold ng up the owner of the Golden Nugget Tavern here Police said the man broke in vhile Mrs Billie Bishop was counting out money for the day She said he came up behind her and forced her to lie down on the loor while he made his escape JUDGE DIES EgyptianSyrian union The EgyptianSyrian union roclamation purported to sink he identities of Syria and Egypt n a single republic of two prov nces under a single leader Egypts President Gamal Abdel Nasser But Iraq and Jordan ap parently will retain their iden tities There is an element of chal lenge in Fridays action The Syri anEgyptian union brought pres sure on other Arab governments for a show of unity by all Arabs in the Middle East By merging Iraq and Jordan cement a geo graphical wedge separating Syria and Egypt 120 miles apart No Announcement There was no announcement keystone and the only Arab mem ber The pact has been a target of violent attack from Arab na tionalists who denounce it as a means of perpetuating colonial control in the Arab East An official source said the pres ent military commitments of Iraq and Jordan would not be binding upon the federation as a whole This was taken to mean that if magazine a movie trade journal In the box office poll popularity magazine covers and talen werent considered The stars were judged on their ability to bring in loot CLEVELAND Iraq remained in the Baghdad Pact Jordan would not be re quired to adhere to it The million Palestinians in Jordan twothirds of its population have exhibited violent antagonism to the pact The new federation joins ivi million Jordanians with about five million Iraqis Iraq is rich in oil and other resources though the vast majority of her population is poverty stricken Jordan is poor in resources and long has been teetering on the edge of national extinction The governments of both states from the large body of public opinion in the two coun tries are proWestern Both look to the West for military and economic aid while the Syrian AP Photofax MOTHER GRIEVES Oh no Oh God Dont let it be true Those are the words of Eula Burns after being informed her son Donald 13 had been found dead in the rugged mountains near San Bernardino Calif Her hus band attempts to comfort her The boy plunged over a Christabel Pankhurst Found Dead at 77 SANTA MONICA Calif tf Death in her sleep has come to the redoubtable Dame Christabel Pankhurst militant campaigner for Christ and womens suffrage Friends found her dead in her chair Thursday in the house she occupied alone She was 77 but had been in good health and the waterfall and onto an icy ledge during a hike with precise cause of death has not schoolmates been determined T Egyptian union looks to the Corn Pleas Judge Edward Blythm 73j who presided over the murder trial of Dr Samuel H Sheppard here in 1954 died Friday SAME DATE195740 Afton Farmer Dies in Auto Accident AFTON C Flitter 32 Afton farmer was killed Thursday night when the car in which he was riding skidded off icecovered U S 169 south of here Ritter and Raymond Spencer 18 Afton were thrown from tho car Spencer was reported in good condition at a Creston hos pital Friday
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