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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited 01 Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NEWSPAPIR THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS N I I G H I 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press United Full Wires 7c Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 24 This Inpcr Cnnnlsli o Two SoctlonjSpctlon WHEELS CHECKED FOR RECORD The worlds flight endurance record was shattered Friday by Bob Timm formerly of Mason City and a companion John the tires plane are inspected by Las AP Fliolnfnx Veyas airway officials to make sure the plane has not landed A special paint was put on the wheels after the plane took off Dec 4 AFTER 50 DAYS ONAND ON THEY FLY Pal Set Endurance Mark LAS VEGAS Nev of 60 The fliers arejCcssha 172 in the Blythc up in a basket They get fliers stiff and sore from sevenjhelping promote a Cancer FundlLas Vegas areas They were jubithcir fuel and a hoi supper every weeks in a cramped cabin droneddrive lanl if tired on Saturday to a world record forj We may slay up now until thej We cant an endurance Robert formerlyof Mason City Iowa and John Cook 33 Los Angeles engine slops running crowed be sure5 we wont be down in less than an other 10 passed the old record of 50 THEY WENT 18 minutes p m hours on on with their four hours off but we sure feel like Timm Every morning the fliers swoop low over the airport in Blythe to keep a 90mileanhour rendez vous with a pickup They evening the same way The old record for unbroken by Jiinvlfeth a iid BiU B urkharl of fJall as last Sept TIMM Cook both Air Force veterans lake turns on a They kept right on toward lheirslints piloting a singleengine hoist their breakfast lunch andjconiour m ai j r c s s Bui they 5 Dead 52 Hurt When Chemicals Cdr Explodes MONROE La MVWorkers be gan picking through debris Sal urday searching for any other victims of an explpsion that hurled a railway lank car filled with chemicals 200 feel inlo a cotton field Mikoyan Hints Berlin Deadline Delay Possible MOSCOW UP Russia indi Mason City Partly cloudy cated Saturday it might be pre through Sunday Warmer Saturjpared to suspend its May 27 dead day night otherwise little ternMine for turning over its controls perature change High Sundayjin Berlin lo the Communist East 2529 Low Saturday night government provided Ihej West agrees to begin negotiations f havent had much time to read or loaf Easts Loss Hits Million Planning Body Set for GOP DES RIOINKS Republicans were working Saturday on a plan wliieh in ways could produce the GOP equivalent of lhc Demorral c Advisory Council The Republican National Com nitlce winding up a twoday ncctiug here Friday anthemed Chairman Mcadc Alcorn to set ip a study committee1 on long objectives Alcorn said Hie group wll sketch out where we think w ought to go as A Mcorn envisions the group hi suggested it will include mem crs of Congress governors par y and a cross soctioi of leaders in all walks of THIS PARALLELS in some re spccls the Democratic Advisory Council Alcorn said in an interview he loesnl know if his projected study committee will produce th of statement of principle hat Sen Barry Goldwatcr R Ariz and Rep Richard Simpsoi RPa said the Republicans nec C they arc to win in JDCO Goldwatcr and Simpson conscr alivcs who head the Senate ant fouse GOP Campaign Commit jt hey and heir eagucs want to be consulted bout policy patronage and al ther party matters THEY WERE reported dii Hurbod because llieir opinions asked on an expansive plan by Alcorn to step up party Were always busy changing campaigning on a yeararound Five men were killed in the Paiuir cloudv through Sun blast Friday night and at least 52 injured Five of the injured were in critical condition The sheriffs office said several per sons were believed still missing Missouri Pacific Railway work ers and firemen watched another nearby car loaded with either day Warmer Saturday night except little change extreme northwest lows 1218 northwest 1826 southeast Little tempera lure change Sunday highs 20s norlh 3040 south Further out little change indi cated before that time The hint was given by Soviel Deputy Premier Anaslas Mikoyan in his first conference wilh Ihe Moscow press corps since his re lurn from a coasltocoast lour of the Unilcd Slales The facl lhat we set a dead line of Berlin is nothing abnormal the oil or sleeping or Timm said Every couple of days thefliers circle over Pimms house while he chats wilh his wife over a radio installed in her kitchen Without thai il would havc been a lot harder lo Hi rough all I h i M r s Timm said The flight is lo raise money for Ihe Damon Run this reason the congres Republicans were repre yon fund tors get basis Alcorn submitted his plan in advance only lo Eisenhower and Vice President Nixon For sional senled as doubtful about any party organization move to in vade the policy making field Because Goldwatcr and Simpson directed some of llieir comments Eisenhower Alcorn pleaded AP Iliolofnx WHAT A SITUATION Doctors say its a but here is Shannon Fresno ami Tiny her Pekingese both vvith the mumps Shannons a we 1 AT u p Th u racl ami Tiny s1 eepin in a cl oil buggy next Shannons bed came up with the animal version of the disease Friday TIMM chance to win earmarked for lhc one who guesses closest lo Minnesota Flurries w a r m e r because negotiations cannot go on i the time they stay aloft propane or butane liquid fearing another blast High Sunday near 25 indefinitely The main thing is not 4 lhc car which exploded was dcadlinc havc fj TIMM s vlce president of the one of 33 derailed some W hours GlobeGazctte weather data up nicre s r0nd will on the Hotel which sponsored earlier A journal box on the to 8 Saturday with Republicans to quit blockwas denied on the basis of race Two Blows Struck for Integration in Virginia RICHMOND VH MI Two federal courts in separate rulings truck new blows at Virginias crumbling antiintcgralion program rrklay by strengthening desegregation orders for Arlington and Norfolk schools Thc U S Hh Circuit Court of Appeals ordered fficials to admit four Negro children to the allwhile Slratford unior High School Feb 2 he start of the new term Thc ruling upheld U S District Judge Albert V Bryans nL Clullicollic sending 2 decision that thc transfer of Ihe four students from a Negro school a a lhc cllv s Popula Situation in Ohio Severe IIV Till ASSOCIATED IHKSS Devastating floods left wafer wcary Oliio in i slate of cnicr gcncy Saturday while neighbor ing Pennsylvania rallied lo un langlc new problems induding the plight of 12 trapped miners in ho wake of a severe snaking amage was conservatively mated at million follow ing a midweek assault from thai loosened flood wa iters in I ho Midwest and North least Thousands w ere homeless than residents left their homes at Chillicothe Ohio another at Meadville and another thousand at Wheel I Ing OHIO ALONE had a prelimin ary damage estimate of more than 83 million dollars reported by Gov Michael V DiSalle Ho declared Ohio in a state of emer gency Friday saying damage would exeeecl 100 million dollars Sonic other conservative dam age estimates were placed at 12 million in Ncw York 3 million in Sharon and another 2 mil lion for mine rescue operations around Piltslon Pa Overflowing rivers claim 22 lives Ohio had 1 flood connected deaths and Gov DiSaUe said 25 to iO deaths might result from the swirling flood waters NEW YORK stale reported four lood deaths while Indiana had three Pennsylvania one as it awaited the verdict on the miners trapped at the flooded mine area around Pitlsion in the northwest part of the state Bui little hope was given for the rescue of the miners Ohios latest disaster occurred Friday when the Scioto River in the cunlral soared over part of the slate a sandbagged cm axle of one car on a 139car Mis souri Pacific train overheated and caused the derailment Ex plosions at thai time set off in several chemicalladen tank cars started fires that burned through out Friday QUIET WEEKEND Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum jsidc negotiations could be flight lie also sells gambling Ti r r Two of his three chil 1 8 26 18 B2S RETIRED LUBBOCK Tex ff The Air THURMONT Md has formally retired its President Eisenhower invitedJB25 bomber workhorse of World bridgeplaying friends to his CaWar II combat from active serv longed for a few days or a few During the news conference Mikoyan made clear his belief that the government was lag ging behind American political and business circles on the issue of expanding Soviet American relations supplies Two of his three chil dren sons aged 6 and 5 have talked with him by radio The oilier is a 5monlhold daughter Cook a commercial airline pi lot is a bachelor Since they look off from Me Carran Field here Dec 4 they have lost the use of several ing Ihcir own leams ball carriers have notbeen winning elec tions by criticizing each he said You dont cure this sick elephant by bleeding il We need lo palch up those wounds We need lo sew up those Iowas Weekend to Be Warmer The appeals court withheld for further study a decision on the transfer of 26 Negro pupils turned down by Bryan At about the same time a spe cial threejudge federal court is sued a permanent injunction pro lion rushing from their homes As citizens prepared for a mas 13 Rail Cars Derailedisivc cleanup job officials ex Southwest of Spencer SPENCER Thirteen cars of a 40car gondolalypc freight train were derailed and wrecked pressed concern over the swollen Ohio River in southeastern Ohio If an anticipated flow occurs Sat urday Marietta expects to evacu ate some 300 families r a trestle 20 miles southwest FOLLOWING DiSilles order state officials and hcrc Thfi dcrailmcij jd 1 11 t r 1 for Iowa for he weekend The warming trend which be gan Friday was expected lo boosl temperatures 20 degrees or more higher Saturday than those of Friday afternoon Tops then were from zero at 20 above al Sioux City and Council Bluffs Dubuquc also had the low Sal gauges and a generator morning an0hcr reading YOURE WELCOME all has gone smoothly Council Bluffs was thc LONDON UPD wellbred1 ow tlicv with a temperature of csidcnl Eisenhower an school authorities from up the branch line of the Chinounccd that federal aid would be any public school or grade and North Western Railroadforthcoming for inundated por becausc of integration while olhtr Grove and Hawnrtjons Ohio and Pennsylvania den Five of thc cars plunged in vvcstcrn Pennsylvania a lo a ditch 20 feel blow lhc floodbelled communi of Ihe cars were loaded breathed easier as swollen u i i Pleasant weather s the arc kept on a segre gated basis The injunction was lhc outlimestone growth of the courts ruling Monj day that struck down Ihe states schoolclosing law That ruling coj incided wilh decisions by Ihe Vir ginia Supreme Court lhat knocked all the key statutes of thc slates massive resistance program There appeared to be an inclinaj lion on the part of school authorij lies in both communities lo allow toctin Mountain lodge Saturday ijcc Goodbye ceremonies highslot machine that says thank together ji3 degrees above Hut members ofj The President drove from graduation of the last stuyou in a melodious feminine says Airs Ti m m Cityhad a low of 1 iho Arlington School Hoard indi ington lo the lodge at Campidenl pilots to train in the B25 at voice when the coin tinkles down They to have lhc same Sunday morning Jows arc due rated an appeal will be made andi David Friday iReesc Air Force Base was introduced here Fridav kind of range from 15 to 25 degrees a stay sought SAME streams receded However the city of Mcadviilc sought refuge for its homeless after two big ice gorges of lhc rampaging French Creek had splashed water over an eslimaled 10 per cent of lhc community COLDS TAKE TOLL The common cold and other respira tory ailments accounted for more than half of 438million acute illnesses in thc United Slates during the year ended last June Law Changes Could Help in Solving Fuel Tax Division Muddle By WILLIAM EBERLINE DES MOJNES W Out of the current controversy over operation of the Iowa motor ve hicle fuel tax division may come some changes in the law de signed to simplify the tax col lection job Legislators indicate they are not waiting for the audit of the division ordered fay Gov Her schel Loveless before preparing bills to plug whal they say arc loopholes in the law Sen Jack Schrocdcr RDav who piloted the pres ent law through the Senate in the 1957 Legislature says he has asked Slale Treasurer L Abrahamson to draw up a list oL recommendations for needed changes in the statute REP JACK MILROY RVin who led the drive for pas sage of the new law in flic 1957 House says hes studying a number of proposals to correct the gas lax law and may in troduce them soon Both Abrahamson and George Marchi ousted former director of the motor fuel tax division have complained that several provisions of thc new law hamp er enforcement officials Bui Schroeder and Milroy while conceding that some amendments may be in order say Ihe law is basically sound and much belter the one it replaced Abrahamsons action in fir ing Marchi and Gov Loveless order for a thorough audit of motor fuel tax division records by a threemember team of auditors brought into the open a long series of reports that all was not well in the division EARLIER report by the stale audilors office on a par lial audil of the division de clared there was evidence of poor supervision bad morale incompetence and carelessness The reporl said the audilors found the relationship between Marchi and Abrahamson far from accord and In firing Marchi Abraham son said the director had not straightened out the difficulty in the division as he was hired to do Abrahamson said he was assuming personal charge lo get Ihe job done Marchi replied that he nev er had been given a free hand to improve operation of the di vision He declared that five other employes fired along with him were competent and But both men criticized the new motor fuel tax law there by touching off a discussion among some officials as to whether the law or its admini stration was at fault THE STATE auditors office though conceding some changes in tiic law would he helpful said the major need was a top lo botlom reorganization of di vision personnel and establish ment of proper supervision Thc adequacy of the law has concerned legislators ever since it was passed and al the re quest of a group of Democratic senators the Iowa Legislative Research Bureau studied thc new law lo determine how it from the one it re placed The research bureaus study released last October indicated he net result of the changes made in the Jaw probably be to reduce revenues Some changes appear lo strengthen thc states position in adpiinislcririg and enforcing the law but others tend make enforcement more diffi cult the report said IT LISTED these as prob lems inherent in thc new law The law doesnt require the distributor who first receives gasoline when it comes inlo he state to pay the tax This makes it difficult to trace gaso line shipments and collect thev tax in some instances Thc stale has less control over thc licenses of distributors special fuel dealers and special fuel users than under the old law This is so because the new law requires lhc state in order to cancel a license to prove intent to evade lhc tax in cases of failure to file a correct re port or pay thc proper amount of tax Thc state has less control over bulk transporters of gaso line due to a change in the def inition of a bulk transporter Under thc old law you were a bulk transporter if you carried over 165 gallons in barrels or drums but you arenl a bulk transporter under thc new law unless you transport more than gallons FARMERS formerly could claim refunds only on gas actually used for nonhighway purposes but the new law al lows them refunds for gasoline thai was used or will be used other than in motor Thc report said this destroyed the divisions rule of Ihumb for determining when a farm ers refund claimwas obviously out of line 1 Service station regulations were eliminated in the new law freeing service station opera tors from the requirement that they be licensed This has re sulted in less control by the state over gasoline and special fuel taxes Although the new law regu lates gasoline carriers and sources it has no similar pro visionscovering carriers and sources of special fuels Diesel fuel tax enforcement is a headache all over the nation and Iowa is no exception The reason is that much diesel fuel is used for home heating and this is not subject to tax whereas the fuel sold for motor vehicle use is taxable at 7 per gallon   

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