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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1958, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited fax VOL LXIV Associated tod United International Full si CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NEWSPAPER T MAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 12 HOME EDITION Consists ol Two StictioniSectlon No 237 Want Meeting Nikita Iowa Budget Requests for 59 Going Up MOINES WVIt may be harder than ever before for the Iowa Legislature to hold the line ri on the state budget next year State Comptroller Glenn Sars field says the various state de partments and agencies are ex pected to request more money for the 195961 biennium than they asked in 1957 JUST BETWEEN BROTHERS Presi dent Eisenhower gives Dr Milton Eisen hower a good luck handshake at the White House prior to the departure of Ikes Brother Begins Central American Tour WASHINGTON Dr Milton Puerto Rico July 21 San Salva AP Photofax the Chief Executives brother on a good will tour to Central America Watching is Ruth daughter of Dr Eisenhower Eisenhower took off Saturday on a good will tour of Central Ameri ca that he hopes will provide a basis for a new look at U S desmthat area brother who said goodbye to President Eisen hower at the White House just before taking off on his special mission also told newsmen he would be glad to talk with Panal ma college students who re quested an interview with him Dr Eisenhower said he would talk with them at the US Em bassy in Panama City He apparently was unaware that the students had turned down an invitation to meet him at the embassy and instead asked him to come to the university The student group that wishes to talk with Eisenhower is op posed to the present regime in Panama DR EISENHOWER also made public his official itinerary Some sources had believed it was held up because of security The State Department said Friday night however it was delayed because final details were not completed Eisenhowers 19year old daugh ter Ruth is accompanying him on the trip They are due at 6 p m in Panama City for a four day visit The itinerary then will take him to Tegucigalpa Honduras stops will be July 18 San Costa Rica July 21 Managua Nicaragua Juiy 24 San Juan dor El Salvador July 30 Gua temala City Guatemala He will leave Guatemala City at 8 am Aug 1 and arrive in Washington at pm In his talk with newsmen after seeing the President Dr Eisen hower said there are two pur poses behind the trip One is purely good will expressing friendship ofthe American peo ple to those of Central America The other is a general factfind ing study HE POINTED OUT that he is taking along representatives oJ the State and Treasury depart ments the ExportImport Bank Development Loan Fund and z medical man Dr Eisenhower president of Johns Hopkins University in Bal timore originally was scheduled to leave in midJune on what was billed then as a good will visit But the State Department an nounced June 5 the trip was being delayed because of scheduling problems The department denied the postponement was influenced by the antiAmerican demonstrations encountered by Vice Presrden Nixon during his tour of South America in May State Department officials said only normal security precautions arc being observed for the Eisen hower trip They predicted gen where he arrives July 16 Other erally friendly receptions Tfie Weather Mason City Generally fair Sat urday night low 6267 Sunday partly cloudy high 8287 owa Generally fair Saturday night low 57 north 67 south Sunday partly cloudy showers and thunderstorms in north west high 8388 Further out look Showers and thunder storms Sunday night Cloudy and cooler Monday Minnesota Partly cloudy west and south mostly cloudy and cooler extreme northeast wide ly scattered showers and thun derstorms Saturday night Sun d a y partly cloudy scattered thundershowers west and south Low Saturday night5565High Sunday 6888 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 amSaturday Maximum 77 Minimum 54 At 8 am 72 YEAR AGO Maximum 92 Minimum 71 Friley Services Are Held in Ames AMES W Funeral services were held at St Johns Episcopal Church here Saturday for Dr Charles E Friley 70 president emeritus of Iowa State College He died Friday of cancer Burial was in the Iowa State College Cemetery COPPER DEPOSIT TOKYO UPI Radio Peiping said Saturday one of the worlds richest deposits of copper ore has been discovered in mountainous Szechuan Province in eastern China The budget requests of the state departments are supposed to be submitted in September and most of the departments and agencies havent yet prepared theirs But here are a few of the items that show the shape of things to come 1 THE BOARD OF REGENTS approved askings of nearly million a year for operating the state educational institutions r in the next biennium and mil lion to meet what it terms an increasingly critical need for new buildings The operating fund re quest is more than million over appropriations for the cur rent biennium 2 State Safety Commissioner Russell Brown says the depart ment will need an additional 145 patrolmen to carry on the ex panded traffic safety program and take care of the added loac when the new Interstate High way System opens 3 George Callenius a member of the State Board of Control said the board stantially more money tV Im prove and modernize the state penal system and add qualifiec personnel to handle the states mental health program 4 Secretary of Agriculture Clyde Spry has said his depart ment needs more men and money to handle adequately several o the functions the Legislature has given to the department 5 STATE FIRE MARSHAL Ed Heron says his office for many years has been inadequately staffed More personnel is need ed to handle fire inspection o TOTAL ASKINGS of the state epartments and agencies in 1957 mounted to 1799 million dollars year Gov Herschel Loveless a budget of 1519 million and the Legislature final approved 1513 millions However the total was cut to round 143 million when Loveless etoed the Legislatures major evenue bill to allow the sales tax ate to fall back from 2V to er cent and also vetoed meas res providing an average of bout 8 million dollars annuallj or capital improvements r State fiscal experts agree that ie need has become more press ng for many of the capital im rovement items that were ve oed And in addition new build ng needs have come to the fore The experts say that evei hough under the present budget nd current tax rates the state evenue picture appears prettj rell in balance it is difficult to ee how present state services an be maintained desirable hew irograms initiated and building ieeds fulfilled without increasini axes nursing and custodial homes es pecially since ture passed a custodial home licensing bill the 1957 Legisla new nursing and 6 the Almost without exception various state departments will ask funds to provide paj raises for most of their employes 7 State Comptroller Sarsfield says the state administrative de partments are really hurting under their present appropriations and virtually all will need more money to maintain essential serv ices The administrative depart ments are the secretary of states Presidents brother but said there may be some small dem onstrations New Thor Missile Fired Earlier One Lost for Good CAPE CANAVERAL Fla The Air Force successfully fired the Thor Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile some 1500 miles through space Saturday in a test aimed at recovering a tactical nose cone An official spokesman said some four hours after the missile blasted skyward that the nose cone had landed in a predeter mined impact area Attempts will be made to recover a special data capsule carried inside the cone The missile reportedly as close to the operational version of the Thor as lest purposes per mit IT minutes before engine burnout oc curred and the missile coasted out of view Wednesday a ThorAble rocket pushed a nose cone and its mouse passenger 6000 miles through space The search for the nose cone and mouse was abandoned Saturday by the Air Force THE AIR FORCE made this announcement at am EST Efforts lo recover the nose cone of the ThorAble missile launched at the Atlantic missile range Wednesday evening have been discontinued For 2A days Air Force telej metry ships and six planes had searched Atlantic waters for the JHE 16Tt7hr firedinghiyadvanced topsecret nose cone and the white mouse which had flown 6000 miles through v r will J IJ J J CV1 I in the Air Forces IRBM develop ment program that began early in 1957 The stubby nose cone a pro totype of the warhead that will top an operational Thor was set to separate from the missile during the ballistic flight The 65foot rocket thrust up ward from a huge pool of yellow space The target area was near As cension Island some 1000 miles from the coast of Africa ROYAL VISIT VICTORIA B C cess Margaret begins Saturday a T VjaiUlUClV flame at a m EST It was onemonth tour of Canada her a yellow torch in the sky for visit to North America RETURNS TO ITALY Poet Ezra Pound Fascist style on the deck of the liner Cristoforo Colom bo on his arrival at Naples Italy Pound 72 will live in northern Italy with his daughter Mary 32 wife of Prince Boris de Rachewiltz Pound was accused of trea son because of broadcasts he made from Italy during World War II He was returned to the United States in 1945 and was judged insane He was confined in a WashingtonrD C mental institution until last April ffice those of the slate treas rer and auditor secretary of ag culture and the like Protest on Plane WASHINGTON Unite itates protested to Russia Fri day against the shooting down o an American transport plane in side the Soviet Union two week ago The State Department also re newed its demand that Russia in erveneimmediately to obtain th release of nine American airme held in East Germany These fliers strayed across th Red zone in a helicopter during L hunderstorm The East Germans lave refused to free them unless the United States deals directly with the Moscowbacked East German regime The double barrelled protest was handed to Soviet Ambassa dor Mikhail Menshikov by Dep uty Undersecretary of Stale Rob ert Murphy The two men con erred for 58 minutes at the State Department Afterward Menshikov acknow edged that Soviet fighters com XTJNCHTIME Its lunch time for ny Pond arid his pet raccoon as they take to their milk bottles completely relaxed in the summer heat at Poult ney Vt Danny is the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Pond of Poultney Loveless Hits High Tax Policy of GOP FROM OUR WIRE VERTICES sales taxes will relieve propert DBS MOINES Gov Herschel owners is one of the oldest unkep C Loveless leveling his first outp r o m i s e s in the Republica andout political blast of the elccPartys well stocked closet tion campaign Friday night linkbroken campaign promises ed William Murray Republican Loveless said candidate for governor with the MURRAY has based his cam tax policies of former Gov PaiSn on support of a sales ta Leo A Hoegh increase from two per centt Neal Smith Altoona swept to thlee per cent He has said th the expected nomination as the extra money would be given to lo Democratic candidate to r u n cal communities in school aids s against incumbent Rep Paul Cunproperty taxes could be lowere I 1 T TVT TVlO 4lt n n ningham RIowa in November Friday night in the far from unantion Murray has made two ta imous Fifth District convention at Promises that are mutually in which Loveless spoke Smith was assured of the vic tory last June when hecarried consistent If he is to use the extra ta revenue to provide more mone eagecl mat Soviet fighters comlorv Jasi June wnen necarried L piuviuc muie m pciied the unarmed US transthe folk County Democratic confor schools he cannot use port to land in Soviet Armenia ivention Under the unit rule same money to replace pr from Moscow made port to land in Soviet Armenia Bui he told newsmen the American aircraft ignored previ ous instructions to land The Soviet ambassador in his rirst call at the department since consultations in it clear Russia las no intention of intervening to ree the nine Americans held in East Germany Four Hospitalized by Decorah Blast DECOR AH men were in a hospital here Saturdaywith serious injuries suffered in an ex plosion in the basement of the Barlow Tire Service building Authorities were investigating the cause of the blast which oc curred Friday while two em ployes of heating companies were making a check in the furnace room Those burned were Herbert Barlow 45 the shop owner his brother Isadore 43 John Me Fadden 43 owner of the Auto matic Heating Co of Cedar Falls and Clarence Read 39 Cedar Falls sales manager for a radi ator corporation TYPHOON HITS WO rule Smith got all of the 307 Polk bounty votes more than enough o get the majority in the six county district convention WALLY BISHOP of Ames an unsuccessful contender for the nomination expressed regret that Polk County bound its controlling delegation by the unit rule His view was supported by Prof Harold W Davey of Iowa State lollege who said Polk had ruth lessly ignored the fact that there are five other counties in the district Smith Bishop and three others sought the nomination in the pri mary but none got the required 35 per cent of the vote Thus a convention was needed to pick the nominee Dallas Madison Warren Mar ion and Story are the five other counties in the district LOVELESS said the Iowa Re publican Party has told the pub tic their candidate for governor is a man for the times who will replace the tired voices and re hashed policies of the past But Murray Iowa State College economics professor has taken up where Hoegh left off or rather where Hoegh was relieved by the voters of Iowa Loveless said There is nothing new in the program of higher taxes Love property taxes Loveless said If he uses it to reduce properl taxes schools will not receiv more money TOKYO UPI A typhoon less said It is the same old raked Iwo Jima Saturday with fringe winds of up to 90 miles an hour but the stormwjsc US base escaped serious damage hash which the Republicans have served lo the citizens of Iowa for 18 years Even the claim that higher The Governor told the conven th presei FORT DODGE Jack Rule of Waterloo a 1 up edge on Bud McCardell of Newton Saturday at the half way mark in the 36hole final round of the Iowa Amateur Golf Tournament The two fin alists starting out an h o u r earlier than scheduled shot identical 1underpar 71s on the first 1836 going out and 35 com ing in But Still Against Controls Sees Future Summit Parley MOSCOW UPI Premier Khru hchev said Saturday the Soviet Union still wants a summit con erence and declared one will ba held if not with present leaders hen with their successors But the Soviet Premier em hasizing his points with stabs of ris stubby finger again rejected two points the West insists on dis cussing at such a conference disarmament conrtols and Rus ias satellite nations We will speak about controls when there is complete trust he declared indicating such trust be tween East and West might be a long time arriving It would be better not to meet if the West keeps on insisting that one of the subjects be the satel lite countries he said KHRUSHCHEV just back from a visit to East Germany ad dressed a friendship meeting in honor of Czechoslovak Presi dent Antonin Novotny who is a visitor here Dont poke your hose into other peoples affairs was Khrushchevs a d v i c e to the Western powers intent on takihg up the status of the satellite na tions could one propose that the Communists should agree to discuss with the capitalists howto Iquidate socialist order in a given state he questions were to be discussed it would be better Vhotyto meet be cause the Soviet attitude would not change D I S A R M A ME N T inspec ioh there is con and West he no longer be control but intelligence work aimed fat finding out the weak points of the enemy in order to begin aggression When we see nothing is plan ned against our country and those of the Socialist camp weE be ready to open our doors he said but until then we dont let any outside persons into our sanctu ary As for Yugoslavias President Tito whom Khrushchev bitterly assailed in speeches in East Ger many Khrushchevsaid we ara opposed to those who are ready to give up revolutionary principles for a bowl of soup He had discussed with Tito the question of dropping American aid to Yugoslavia in talks in Ro mania a few months ago he said but Tito apparently wanted to receive things for nothing Third Day of Hot Fighting Sports Bulletin in Lebanon TAX COUNSEL DES MOINES WVThe State Tax Commission Saturday an nounced the appointment of Wal ler W Rothschild of Waterloo as special counsel to the assistant attorney general for the commis sion SAME BEIRUT Lebanon Wt fighting erupted in Tripoli Satur day after rebels blew up a big electric power station and dyna mited the water main supplying the port district It climaxed 48 hours of the worst outbreak of shooting and violence in that northern port city since the rebellion broke out 64 days ago There was speculation in this capital that the outbreak might be the opening gun for a rebel offensive long expected here But there have been many false alarms before A rebel spokesman told The As sociated Press Tripolis Nahr el Bared power feeds power to Beirut in peak periods was blown up Friday Informed sources in Beirut estimated dam age to the electric power station at morQ than two million dollars After a relatively calm morning shooting broke out again in Tri poli Saturday afternoon The rebel spokesman said by tele phone the shooting was getting hotter The rebels also claimed they had blown up a fourstory build ing used by security forces as an observation post in Tripoli v   

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