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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 13, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North lewos Daily Newspaper OM VOL Foreign Aid Plea Ntwspaptr That Makes All North Iowa n s N MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY MARCH 13 COP TM w HOME EDITION by Ike Billion Is Wanted WASHINGTON Eisenhower asked Congress Fri day for in foreign aid He said the spending is es sential to survival in the face of a growing Communist po tential to launch a war of nuc lear i In aspecial message Eisen hower cautioned against reck less cuts lest the United States become richest nation in the graveyards of The President said the full amount is urgently needed to thwart a fantastic conspiracy of international communism which maintains BVt million men under arms in about 400 divisions around the world SINGLING OUT tht Soviet drive to force the West out of Berlin said In Europe today the Soviet Union has made demands regarding the future of Berlin which if unmodified could have perilous The resoluteness with which we and our allies will meet this issue has come about in large measure because our past pro grams of economic and military assistance to our NATO allies have he said to stand firm in the face of Speaking of the worldwide Red threat against free nations Eisenhower told the legislators Two fundamental purposes of our collective defense effort are to prevent general war and to deter Communist local aggres We know the enormous and growing Communist potential to ONLY LEGAL WORK REMAINS Hawaii to Be 5 State Later This Year IKE LIKES THIS JOB President Eisenhower and Mrs Jose Lemus wife of the president of El Salvador walk together to the diningroom of a Wash ington hotel as the neighbors to the south closed out an official visit The President looking fit and dignified told Mrs Lemus this is one part of his job that he especially enjoys WASHINGTON UP The Hawaiian Islands will become the nations 50th state with in the year Congress answered the ter ritorys halfcentury of plead ing for statehood Thursday with a resounding 32389 vote in the House The Senate as sented a day earlier with a 7615 vote President Eisenhower gets the bill now His approval is certain Presidential secre tary James C Hagerty said the President is delighted In four to six months Ha waii could be a full partner in the union It will take that long to set up elections for the nearly people to choose their first state offic ers their two senators and one representative in the House Hawaii will qualify for a second House seat after the 1960 census There is a maximum time schedule set out in the state constitution which thepeople of Hawaii tired of waiting adopted in 1950 The maxi mum is 160 days between the date the President signs the bill and the date of the gen eral election The actual time could be less Qov William F Quinn 12th and last presideatially appoint ed governor of Hawaii said he is inclined to favor a sched ule on the stow side He said he thought that would be pre ferred by political leaders of both parties to get good candi dates in the field Quinn is a Republican and a candidate for governor It is up to him to set the election dates John A Burns Hawaiis Democratic delegate to Con gress said he favored the shortest possible preliminaries to the ultimate proclamation of the President formally ad mitting the islands to state hood tired of liv ing under the shackles of the appointive governor he said Burns undoubtedly a candi date for something has not said which office he will seek Hawaiians will have other things to vote on besides of ficers They must decide 1 Whether they want state hood They voted forjt 21 in a plebiscite 19 years ago but they must vote 2 Whether to accept this boundaries defined by Con gress This excludes Palmyra Island a tiny privately owned coral atoll 960 miles south of Honolulu 3 Whether to accept the fed eral land grants and reserva tions specified in the statehood Germans Reject Idea of Troop Pullout From MidEurope launch a war of nuclear destruc and their willingness this power as athreat the free world We know also that even local aggressions e s s checked could absorb nation after nation Communist orbit or could flame into world war of tht free the threat or the reality of Soviet nuclear ag gression or local attack rests on the common defense effort established under our collective security The sum requested is abou million less than sought las year It would continue mas sive military economic assist ance to some 70 friendly nation into a 13th consecutive postwar year Eisenhowers aid requests been cut sharply in past years Democrats urging more the administra some domestic programs and the nations own defenses have been eying the foreign aid fund as a place to BONN UK The West Ger man and French governments apparently have overruled any ideas the British may have had to ease the Berlin Crisis fay proposing a wholesale with drawal of troops frpmcentral Europe This was made clear Friday after British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan held talks with Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer to quiet West German fears that Macmillans mission to Moscow had raised the prospect of as an Allied policy A British spokesman said Macmillan was misunderstood in his joint statement with So viet Premier Nikita Khrush chev suggesting a study of the possible reduction of forces and arms in an agreed area of Europe coupled with an appropriatesystem of inspec British informants empha sized ihat Macmiilan was only restating a Western polidy of reducing tensions in central Europe through a system of arms re duction under effective con trols British Foreign Office spokesman Peter Hope told newsmen Macmillan has in mind a system of controlled inspected arms reduction in some yet undefined part of Europe that would not take ef fect until a corresponding po litical settlement on suchma jor issues as the West Berlin and German unification issues West German press chief Felix von Eckardt said his government had ahyays Tored controlled limitation of military forces as it was linked with a political settlement With this clarification Mac millan and Adenauer were in the second day of their two day talks in a more relaxed atmosphere There was no in dication that their talks so far or those Macmillan held earlier this week with the French had produced any new ideas to put to the Soviets at the conference table Daytime Speed Law Set Leon Barnes to Be Editor of Iowa Register DBS MOINES W The Iowa Printing Board voted 32 party lines Friday in appointing Leon Barnes Northwood a Re publican as editor of the Iowa Official Register A subcommittee earlier had ecommended that the appoint nent go to Wallis Bishop for offset some of the increases ncws director of the Iowa spending than tion plans on Nearly 62 per cent of the new funds Eisenhower asked woulc go for military tary equipment and munitions including missiles and defense support as aid to nations which maintain big military forces o their own The remainder would go for development as sistance and low interest loans especially in Asia and the Mid dle East lowan Indicted for Income Tax Evasion DES MOINES federal grand jurjr has indicted George A Stanzel 62 Des Moines for allegedly evading in per sonal income taxes in corporate income taxes the U S district attorneys office said Thursday The government also accused Standard Facto ries Des Moines of which Stanzel is the sole stockholder with allegedly evading in corporate income taxes The company manufactures radia tor sealer The charges cover the tax returns for 1952 1953 and 1954 the government said Des Moines Man Hit State College radio and televi sion stations WOI and WOITV Bishop ran unsuccessfully for the Democratic nomination for 5th District Congress last year The Register published every two years is a compilation of facts and figures about state government It often is called the Red Book The two Democratic members of the printing board Victor allow Strawberry Point and John Dunlevy Avoca voted for Bishop However State Auditor het Akers Secretary of State Melvin Synhorst and State Atty en Norman Erbe Repub icans voted for Barnes Mason City Partly cloudy with low Friday night 19 to 22 Partly cloudy and cooler Sat urday Highs Saturday 35 to 37 Iowa Partly cloudy Friday night and Saturday Little tem Chute Fails to Open Jet Acrobat Killed LAS VEGAS Nev cident during practice by ac the Thunderbirds aerial acrobatic team killed Capt Charles D Salmon a member of the famed Air Force team Capt Salmon 30 a veteran of Korean combat was flying his usual the last point in a diamond when his FIDO tipped an other T h u r s d a y Salmon climbed to about feet and DES MOINES Her schel Loveless Friday signed a bill to establish a daytime speed limit of 70 on Iowa pri mary highways The measure becomes effec tive July 4 The present nighttime limit is 60 WHEN THE bill sailed through the House Wednesday Rep Hillman Sersland RDe said the would affect not only primary highways but any other high ways in the state for which no other limits are specified The House earlier had passed a measure setting a 50 limit on secondary roads for both daytime and nighttime It is pendingin the Senate THE DAYTIME limit ap proved by the Governor had been recommended both by him and the Republican Legislative Policy Committee u em to nave a 50th star but no one here knows when it will be State Safety Commissioner jadded orprecisely where it placed Russell Brown had said thef state needs such a limit as an additional tool inthe battle against traffic deaths There is no daytime speed limit now PROBABLE FLAG DESIGN Heres how flagprobably will look after Hawaii officially is added as a state This version has eight stars in the middle row The after Alaska was mitted had seven staggered rows of seven stars each ANOTHER STAR Flagmakers in Up Pole WASHINGTON The United States flag is going Fete on Islands HONOLULU IK Happy Ha waiians cranked up a second round of celebrations Friday for their newly acquired statehood Friday the 13th they held a fivehourshow at Honolulu Stadium featuring Hoi lywbod entertainers and 200 grassskirted hula dancers It was a h oli day again throughout the islands as it was Thursday when Congress voted longawaited statehood for The days program also called for a religious thanksgiving service in Honolulu arida big L concert by the Royal Hawaiian Band joinedby the bands of he Army Navy Air Force and Marines ALSO ON program a 50gun salute to the 50th state fjred by artillerymen f r o m howitzers on lolani P a 1 a c e groiuros Thursdays celebration began noisily within minutes after the House completed passage of the statehood bill for a 49star flag to accommodate the admission of Alaska were in a state of indecisiveness again To make it worse Hawaiis certain addition as the 50th member of the Union came before it was actually proper to display the 49star flag The flag design adding a Civil War Veteran in Poor Condition KINGSPORT WVJohn Sailing one of two surviving star for Alaska was approved Jan 3 when the state joined the Union But President Eisen howers proclamation also pointed out that individuals and pri firms were not supposec to fly the new banner with seven staggered rows of seven stars each until July 4 1959 It appeared unlikely that Ha perature change Friday night at that int the jel wcnt j a upper 30s north 40s south Outlook for fair little perature change in tern North Iowa Points to Get Additional Truck Service DES MOINES Iowa Commerce Commission in a 21 decision Friday authorized the Rock Island Motor Transit hicago to provide truck service to Miller Rowan Dows Pope joy and Burdette But the commission majority denied the Rock Islands appli cation to provide service to For est City and Clarion These decisions were approved Iowa Temperatures will average 4 to 8 degrees above normal Friday nighl through next Wednesday Nor mal highs are 45 north to 52 south Normal lows are 25 north to 30 south Frequent but relatively small tempera ture changes are expected throughout the period Pre cipitation generally will aver age less than 15 of an inch in frequent periods of light rain showers or snow flurries Minnesota Partly cloudy notj quite so mild Highs Saturday 35 to 42 spn from the doomed plane but his parachute failed to open The pilot of the lipped plane landed without incident BIG TURNOUT MELBOURNE Australia Billy Graham announced Friday that attendance so far in his monthlong Melbourne crusade has been about Of these came forward to make Ikes Son in Line for Army Promotion WASHINGTON UPI The veterans of the Civil War wasA Selection Board Friday star W0llld bc officially r waging the battle of his long life early closed in Friday on the Pneumonia 112yearoJd decisions for Confederate soldier Sailing was brought to Munal Clinic a pri vate hospital here from his home in Slant Thursday Dr John Munal confirmed the diagnosis and said Sailing was in very poor condition The only other survivor of the Civil War is Walter Williams of Houston who was 116 on Nov 14 He has been bedfast and in de recommended Maj John dded OId before the dining health for many hower the Presidents son foi promotion to lieutenant colonel Young Eisenhower was No on a list of recommenda tions for lieutenant colonel Army spokesman said it might be a year before he actually gets his advancement Maj Ei senhower 36 is now assigned to duty at the White House His immediate superior is Brig Gen Andrew J Goodpasture staff secretary to the Pres fle s 49star flag became official this year When Hawaii officially is ad mitted a new flag reflecting its addition to the Union would not become official until the follow ing Independence Day Also if the procedure carried out by the government in the case of Alaska is repeated lighIevel officials will have to 50 stars in ships whistles and motorists horns At night there were street dancing bonfires and fireworks Military planes dropped flares at sea off Waikiki Beach the islands best known AT WAIKIKI throngs jammed the streets to see dancing by Tahitian Samoan and Hawaiian maidens Light showers failed to damp en the festivities Native Ha waiians who regard as a blessing of the Gods took it as a good omen for the newest state Servicemen at liberty joined the thousands crowding the Wai kiki area One serviceman car ried a cardboard sign from his neck reading Maryland wel comes Hawaii and another had a sign which read Iowa votes largest bonfire was a towr GlobeGazette weather up to 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum data 36 23 28 43 23 Dies in Attempt to Win Liquor Bet KANSAS CITY Mo A 17yearold boy died Thursday by Truck Killed DES MOINES UPI A A OConncll 60 DCS Moines was fatally injured Friday when he missioner Ray H Lea died a few hours was struck by a threeton truck concurred in the majority opinafter the incident His body was by Commission Chairman Harnight after making a wager i old E Hughes and Commisjhe could drink a fifth of whisky sioncr Bernard J Martin Com in less than five minutes Jess Its pretty much agreed how ever that the 50th star will b added to the middle row Thi appeared to be the reasoning for the staggered rows ap proved when Alaska was ad I milled The Veterans Administration which buys some flags a I vear is ordering flags to be made with the regulation 13 stripes but without any stars It said flag manufacturers have agreed to wait until things set tle down a bit before adding the feel fo badly for the stars Dont flagmakers who already have produced quantities of 49star banners They think theyll be come collectors items in downtown Des Moines The truck was driven by Don Stan M Des Moines ion in part but said that the firm should have been granted authority to serve Forest City found in the car of another youth withwhom he had made the bet STREET DANCE IN HONOLULU Despite a tropical downpour jam downtown streets in Hortomlu to celebrate impending statehood Some AP Photofax even broke out umbrellas to shapely dancer gyrate to the tun of the 50th State icring blaze on an island ad joining Honolulu harbor Logs from many states and foreign countries had been collected for the blaze March Snowstorm Tapers Off in East Y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A severe midMarch snow storm which hammered Northeast crippling SAME DATImlIf normal activities and leaving a heavy leath toll tapered off Friday ihe late winter storm worst of he season dumped more than foot of snow in sections of Jew England and New York tate Falls ranged up to 22 nches in New Hampshire and laine The white covering av raged up to 10 to 12 inches in ections of Pennsylvania and Jersey and up to 14 inches western Maryland SNOB APPEAL PHILADELPHIA A Phil idelphia car wash place has hit a new high in snob appeal A sign there reads Foreign washed only in imported v Lt   

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