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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 13, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ioc LOBE THIMEWiPAPlft THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH 1OWANS M I I B H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL LXIV 4liMaf lati d PMM Catted PMM MI MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 13 TfcU Paper CotuUU two ItocttoufeetifM New AntiU S Demonstrations Approve Freeway Project Big Boost for Des Moines AMES fffi Recommendations for the specific route of the pro posed million Des Moines Freeway were announced Tues day at a State Highway Commis sion meeting here It is the biggest single urban project thus far developed in Iowa in connection with the fed eral interstate highway pro gram The announcement had been long awaited by hundreds of Des Moines property owners whose homes and businesses were in the general freeway corridor announced months ago An esti mated 1800 parcels of land will have to be acquired in Des Aloines if the commission and the US Bureau of Roads ap prove the recommended route AVAILABILITY of substitute housing for people presently liv ing in the Freeway area is a re lated problem In general the lane Free way wtll begin witha major iti terchange with IS 35 west of Des Moines The route will ex tend eastward cutting through the middle of the Des Moines Golf and Country Club then on through the south edge of the Waveland Park golf course past Roosevelt High School along its south edge and on east andj slightly north to Keosauqua Way will pass over Keo and under 9th 6th 5th 3rd and 2nd streets It will cross the Des Moines River betweeri Uni versity and Grand overpass the railroad tracks bn both banks and pass along the south side of East High School to a major in terchange at East 14th St where it will curve northeastward to a junction with IS 80 and IS 35 north of the city In all the Freeway will be miles long Where if passes schools the Freeway will he at a depressed level with wire fenc ing and grade separation cross ings so school children will not cross it Traffic may travel the Free ways entire route without a stop and at a recommended speed of 50 miles per hour the commis sion announcement said It will cut driving time in half A rural trip to the Des Moines loop from West Des Moines now takes 26 minutes but over the Freeway it would be 13 minutes the commission said A rural trip TARGET OF skyds lightedby flames AP Photofax from the plush Allgauers Fireside restaurant in Ghi cago after two masked men entered the place locked employes in restrboms poured gas the rugs and furniture and then set it afireThe employes then were freed The incident believed the work of the under world caused million damage TAX GRAB OVER FOR THIS YEAR From Now on You Work for Yourself By TOM HENSHAW WASHINGTON Ufi worked for me all year nephew now you can go out and work for yourself Thats the cheering word Uncle Sam hasfor all us surly taxpayers today as he and his friends in more localgovernments quietly slip their hands out of our pockets The occasion is National Tax Freedom Holiday the first day in 1958 on which the taxpayer can call hisearned dollar his own UNTIL TUESPAY EVERY DOLLAR EARNED by the aver age taxpayer theoretically has gone into government tills from the local town hall to the US Treasury The observance of Tax Freedom Day is 10 years old but few people are aware of it Theres little attendant fanfare Why The taxpayerscant afford it saysT president of the California Taxpayers Assn one of thedays taxconscious sponsors National Tax Freedom Holiday was originated in1 1948 by Dallas L Hostetler executive director of the Florida State Re tailers Assn It is designed says Hostetler to dramatize the overalTtax burden which the average American is carrying Tax Freedom Day is ainovable holiday which thus far has proven to be largely in one direction forward It has reached the 133rd daynow more than onethird through the year THE FIRST TAX FREEDOM DAY was observed April 27 1948 Last year the date was May 10 Had there been such a day in 1920 it would have been Feb 28 The date is figured by a simple mathematical formula Take the estimated total tax receipts of all governments States 125 billion dollars Divide that by the estimated per sonal income of all the people in the United States 3428 billion Answer 364 per cent Now take 364 per cent of the 365day year Answer 133 days The 133rd day of the year is May 13 Algeria Library Sacked Violence in Lebanon FKOM OUR WIRE SERVICES demonstra tors sacked the U S Information Agency office here then marched past the American Consulate About 50000 persons poured through the streets protesting the designation of Pierre Pflimlin as French premier They then turned the parade into an antiAmerican demonstration THE USIA OFFICE third tojje attacked in Africa and the Mid dle East infour days was almost demolished A State Department employe inside was shoved around by French students but was unhurt The shouting French smashed windows andfurniture and threw iooks out into the street Two policemen were on duty near the office but did not inter fere The crowd was demanding that France keep a firm hold on rebellious Algeria THE DEMONSTRATIONS re fleeted rising antiAmerican feel ing in Algeria Many French here believe the United State would like to see Algeria inde pendent of French rule demonstrators broke into the USIA office in midafternoon One group of demonstrators smashed in the front Others smashed the outside name plate on the office which is on the sec TJJRKm AP Photofax RIOT SCENES Map locates Lebanon cities of Beirut and Tripoli where antigovernment riots have taken place US In formation Service libraries in both cities have been burned and sacked Crash Tosses Man From NEW HAMPTON Wayne L Buhr 20 rural Denver Iowa was killed Monday night when his motorcycle collided with a semitruck 12 miles south of here on a bridge crossing the Wapsipinicon River Chickasaw County Sheriff Gay Folkers and Patrolman Dana Rima who investigated the ac cident said Buhrs motorcycle collided with the rear wheels o the truck The cycle was thrown against the curbing on the bridge entering Des Moines from the and the impact flipped Buhr over north on US 69 now takes 15jthe railing of the bridge into minutes but Freeway time loop would be seven minutes IowaYouth Drowns in Skunk River OAKLAND MILLS Iowa UP 19yeareId Fairfield youth drowned here Monday when he and a friend tried to swim the Skunk River The body of Homer Angstead was pulled from the river with grappling hooks about two hours after he panicked and drowned as he and Ronnie Cook 19 Fair field tried to swim the river Gravel Truck Backs Over Illinois Man NORWAY Iowa W Phipps 63 Hamilton 111 was killed Tuesday when a gravel truck backed over him while he three feet of water below Death was caused by injuries sufferec in the crash authorities said Two semitrucks were on the bridge both eastbound A truck driven by Lawrence Maracola 52 Matamoras Pa and leased t was working on near here a road project SAME iein trtfftt death ia M Another St a r feather Fa rm U pW r n Lefter Read to Jury Ike Shudders Over Further Cuts in Aid WASHINGTON UPi President Eisenhower told Republican con Nixons Ta rget of Mobs Windows in Car Smashed CARACUS mobs of students spat on Vice President Nixon Tuesday and grabbed at Mrs Nixon before police using tear gas drove them away It was the most hostile recep tion the Nixons had received in their South American tour Rioters spat on Nixon as he ar rived at the airport from Colom bia and then hurled tincans and rocks at his car in downtown Caracas ONE YOUTH grabbed Mrs Nixon as she sought to enter the car and yelled Little Rock Little Rock A Negro man shouted at Nixon Democracy You dont like gressional leaders he shudders to think of the impact abroad if further cuts are made in the administrations foreign aid program The leaders quoted Eisenhower as expressing that view at his weekly meeting with them The conference was held as the House approached showdown voting on the aid measure Negroes there Youths in the crowd shook their fists at the Nixons crying Get out Get Out Besides Nixon Oscar Garcia the foreign minister and other Venezuelan authorities were spat upon The foreign minister was livid with fury THE clubs LINCOLN Neb A letter aying C ha r 1 es Starkweather oiled Caril Fugates stepfather and then Caril kept her mother from killing Charles was read Tuesday in the Starkweather murder trial The prosecution read the letter ilthough Starkweather is not barged with the stepfathers death It was signed by Charles nd Caril The letter was addressed For he law only and was taken rom Starkweather after his ar rest in Wyoming Jan 29 Mr and Mrs Marion Bartlett CariTs stepfather and mother and Carils 2yearold half sis er were the second third and xmrth victims in 11 slayings that Starkweather has acknowledged He trialfor the shooting of Robert Jensen 17 near Ben net Neb last January Jensen was killedas police hunted Stark weather 19 and Caril 14 the day after the Bartletts were found dead The letter told how Starkweath er came to visit Caril but was ordered by Mrs Bartlett to leave He replied sarcastically That An gered Bartlett and brought on a fight the letter said ending with Charles shooting Bartlett Mrs Bartlett was shot to death The letter did not say who fired that shot Kroblins Transfer Sumner wa passing another driven by Harelt Bodreau 30 Omaha Buhr who was approaching th trucks from the east was struc by the rear duals of the passin tmck Both drivers said the light on the cycle were very dim Mara cola was charged wit ailure to yield right of way Funeral rites for Buhr ar pending at the Matthias Funera Home Denver Barrr Shed on Lyle Farm Burns LYLE barn and tool shed containing tools and a plow on the Louis Dinsmoor farm three miles northeast of here burned Monday night Dinsmoor was in town when his son Paul noticed the reflection from flames about There is no telephone on the farm so Paul went to the neighbors to call the fire department His brother Dennis got the calves out of the barn before the firemen arrived The pumphouse near the barn was saved The origin of the fire was un determined There is no wiring in the tool house whera fire started to Continue Says Benson WASHINGTON Secretary of Agriculture Benson said Mon day improved economic condi tions in agriculture should carry over into the fall and help Eisen hower administration backers in farm belt elections I rather doubt Benson said that agriculture will be the ma jor domestic issue in the Novem ber election that some have pre dicted it will be He made these remarks during a conference in his office with members of the Newspaper Farm Editors Assn which opened a twoday meeting here An editor asked Benson if he thought the turn in the agricul tural situation would help reelect some Republican congressmen who have been after his scalp Im not so sure it will Ben ond floor of an office and apart ment building An American source said that the demonstrators included a number of war veterans who are among the most outspoken right wingers in Algeria THE DEMONSTRATIONS in the aapital of Algeria were staged by students right wing groups and others protesting the vote of the National Assembly in Paris on the investiture Premier designate Pierre Pflimlin Leaflets were thrown about the streets demanding that if Pflimlin became premier the French settlers in Algeria should use all means to keep his repre sentatives out of Algeria Although Pflimlins program for Algeria is almost identical with that of his predecessors right wing parties claim Pflimlin GOP LEADER Joseph W Mar tin Jr of Massachusetts said he told Eisenhower he looks for the House to approve the bill in pretty much the form it came the foreign affairs committee As approved by that group the 6iII authorizes for mu tual millions below Eisenhowers request Martin said he looks for a de termined effort to cut the author ization further but hepredicted administration supporters gener ally will be able to turn back such moves son replied dumb It is Farmers are not difficult to dema AP Photofax SEEK JUMBOS HELP Coeds at Tufts University Medford Mass drop pennies in the trunk of Jumbo in a traditional gesture of good luck before taking final exams Famed showman P T Barnum donated the stuffed Jumbo to the school after the elephant billed as the greatest in crash in 1885 was killed in a train gogue onthe farm issue He said farm prices are up 10 per cent from a year ago and are at the highest level since the ad ministration tookoff ice in 1953 Benson added that farm income this year is expected to be up 5 to 10 per cent from last year He added that he is more opti mistic about the farm outlook than he has been at any time in recent years Friends to Take Over for Skelton HOLLYWOOD will take over Red Skeltons television show Tuesday night a few hours after his sons funeral For the SkeJton family the services for 9yearold Richard mark the tragic end of a long or deal The boy died of leukemia Saturday night after a 15month bout with the dread blood disease Although there were filmed Skelton shows available the co median asked the CBSTV net work and his sponsors to leave him off the air entirely this week Show business pals Milton Berle Donald OConnor Sidney Miller Vincent Price and others quickly agreed to go on in his place is weakening Frances determi nation to put down the rebellion in Algeria IN BEIRUT Lebanon mean while jeering left wing mobs tried to storm the US embassy in new demonstrations that sig naled near civil war against Lebanons proWestern govern ment American diplomats prepared to defend themselves from siege but Lebanese troops and police beat back the attacking force several hundred yards from the embassy The nation was threatened with general insurrection against the proWestern policies of President THE PRESIDENT made it very clear Martin said that he already shudders at the idea of any further cuts He shudders to think how he could meet the world situation if there are any further cuts Preliminary voting was slated for late Tuesday with passage expected Wednesday Then it would be the senates turn to act Another Nuclear Test to smash all the windows except front and rear in the lead car in which Nixon was riding show ering the occupants with broken glass The flying glass cut Gar cia on the lip and Nixons official translator Lt Col Vernon Wal tersgot a mouthful of Jit 12 secret service men with the Nixons was struck on the head by a rock and also was clubbed However his injuries were described as not serious The Vice President winding up his tour of South America ar rived here amid rumors that he was to be the victim of an assas sination attempt In advance of Blast in Pacific WASHINGTON UP The Atomic Energy Commission Tues day said another nuclear explo sion of the current U S spring series has been set off The AEC announcement said the explosion was detonated at pm Mon day at Eniwetok aloli It was the second test blast in two days and the third announced test in the current Hardtack series The explosion came as a group of objectors tests carried into the sixth day their fasting n the lobby of the AECs new eadquarters at Germantown Md Camille N Chamoun Militant broadcasts from Cairo and Da mascus radios urged the mobs to overthrow Chamoun The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy windy chance of thunderstorm Tuesday night windy cooler Wednesday with slight chance of afternoon thundershower Low Tuesday night 5862 high Wednesday 7781 Iowa Fair southeast partly cloudy northwest little tern perature change Tuesday night Scattered showers and thunder storms moving over northwes half Tuesday night and to northeast Wednesday Partly cloudy Wednesday cooler northwest Low Tuesday nigh 5565 Windy over most of state Wednesday Minnesota Showers cooler GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 am Tuesday Maximum Minimum At 8 am 83 50 61 his arrival Venezuelan authori ties had discounted these reports and given assurance that Nixoa would be well guarded THE JEERS of about 500 out a crowd of 3000 greeted the Nix ons at the airport Most of them appeared to be high school and college students with a sprinkling of older persons The Vice President appeared unperturbed as some of the mob hurled rocks and tin cans He listened quietly while a band played the national anthems of the United States and Venezuela and the demonstrators jeered Then breaking the protocol plans for him Nixon walked over to a group of aircraft mechanics who had been watching the pro ceedings He shook hands with the workers awakening a howl of fury from the group on an air port balcony and at the sidelines The students carried signs Go Home Mr Nixon We Dont For get Guatemala No Mr Nixon We Dont Want You Latin Amer ica Doesnt Want United Statei Intervention it MASTERS OF DECEIT Citizens Can Help in Exposing Communists EDITORS NOTE J Edgar Hoover head of the FBI and author of the new book Mas ters of Deceit tells Americans how they can help in the fight against communism This is one in a scries of stories in the first serialization of that book By J EDGAR HOOVER Director Federal Bureau of Investigation The responsible person who gains an understanding of com munism knows that such under standing should lead to the ques tion But what can I do about it My answer is that the person in any free country can do a lot about it First and most important is to make sure that he does not per mit lite to fool him He should know the answers to he false claims of communism SHOULD know how o recognize deceptive Commu nist fronts Members of a trade union or any civic fraternal or social or ganization can help spot expose and oppose Communist efforts to capture that organ ization In addition there may be oc casions when any one may have the opportunity to help expose and prevent attempts at espion age sabotage and other s u b versive activity Yes the person in the United States might say but Im just a private citizen Isnt spyhunt ing a job for the FBI Of course it is a job for FBI in the United States 9 n given it by Presidential A i r   

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