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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edtttxf tor Th t r Th HOME 1 EDITION I N o rt h a n N t i g b b p r f MASON CITY IOWA SEPTEMBER n its t a Cery ef Twe No New Russ Roc ds forMoon Average Citizen Paid irS52 Last Year By JOSEPH SLEVIN New York Herald Tribune News Service average disgruntled taxpayer soon may be complaining more about his local tax bills than about the cashhe gives to Uncle Sam That may seem an improbable development to generations that have grown old to the sound of vitriolic denunciations of federal tax burdens But the local tax t a keis climbing at a solid steady pace r The latest government figures disclose that the American peo ple gave an average of apiece to their state and local governmentslast in 1952 they paid only The total has gone up every year since THE FEDERAL government still pockets the eagles share of the tax payments butit has nt increased its collections at the breakneck clip that has marked the local governments The feds raked in a head last year That was lessthan the collected in 1957 but more than the taken in Theres no mystery about why states cities towns and clamoring for HAD WONDERFUL FAMILY NOW WAS EC A Mum hard I had a lovely wife wonderful children Now everything is gone Everything Ifs en empty James Zimmerman sadly shook his bowed head in voicing hit heartbreak over the traincar crashthat snuffed out the lives of his wife and six children A Minneapolis ASt Louis freight train smashed into their station wagon Friday at a crossing just half a block from the Sacred Heart Catholic School where four of the children attended classes Zimmerman was on the scene of the wreck within a half hour He was with his wife at the hospital where she died and was taken back to the familys 450a ere farm where he col Killed at the scene were Michael 10 Connie I Barbara 7 James 5 and Janice 2 Kathryn 13 died shortly after ward Zimmerman 39 three hours later at a We seca hospital A coroners Jury viewed the bodies Friday night then re cessed until next week after the funeral for its verdict continuing and pub lic facilities have to be built from scratch The new residen tial districts have to be equipped with sewers roads hospitals and schools THE POPULATIONS of many older communities aregrowing and1 he local authorities have to rebuild existing facilitiesand build additional ones totake care of their new residents The postwar baby boom has hit the elementary schools and has flooded into the junior high schools and the high schools School budgets are getting big ger and bigger State and local governments are finding that they have to pay more for everything they buy Inflation has boosted prices for the ordinary citizens and it PRIME MINISTER NEHRU Rap Nehru Likely Congress in Stretch Drive WASHINGTON tfVA mixed brew of civil rights and foreign aid was served up in the Senate Saturday as Congress ap proached adjournment The controversy swirling about the last major piece of legisla tion could bpil over and spoil plans f or an early i wrapup But leaders that the lid would not blow off and that NEW DELHI India WPrime Minister Nehru was heckled by opposition members in Parlia ment Saturday on charges of ap peasing Red China in the border dispute They called on the government o use necessary to Jislodge C bin e s e Communist roops from Indian Nehru angrily accused the op position of unrealistic brave gestures and rejected the sug gestion to use force THE FLAREUP came even as has boosted prices for govern ment buyers Paper costs more and so does the carbon paper that is needed for theforms in triplicate quad Nikita S Khrushchev appeared to be making headway in getting Peiping and the Nehru govern ment to cool off their hot border ruplicate quintuplicate and sextuplicate o THE PRICES OF bricks ce ment lumber pipe and roof ing materials have gone up Po licemen want and aregetting wages along with fire men street cleaners school teachers social workers book keepers a n d a host of other and local government em ployes The state and local govern ments spent billion for highways in 1952 Last year they paid out They more than doubled their outlays for education over the span They spent in 1952 and boosted the total to last year Hospital payments jumped from to 000 Police outlays soared from to and dispute which has been casting a shadow over his impending mission to the United States After days of flinging bitter charges of aggression against each other the two giant Asian countries gently tossed out peace feelers Friday in their quarrel involving roughly square miles of frontier territory PEIPINC AND New Delhi have both welcomed the Moscow statement on Wednesday appeal ing tOthenito resolve their bor der feud peacefully A prOiCommunist Indian week ly suggested Khrushchev hiay offer himself as an intermediary There even seemed to be a longshot possibility that the session would end late Saturday night as evidenced by cision of the House to meet and stand by to see what happens in the Senate UP FOR SENATE action is a catchall money bill The great bulk 000 is for foreign aid Although the foreign aid total is 648 million dollars below Pres ident Eisenhowers original re quest the big fight was ex pected over a move to hook a civil rights rider on the appro priations measure The rider strongly opposed by Southern senators would extend the life of the Civil Rights Com mission for two years arid give it for the current fiscal year The commission is sched uled to go out of existence Nov 9 Attaching the extension meas SHOWMANGQHAN George M memorial is dedicatee in puffy the fa n em ATI fl T iS O X rt MiEliaelai Suggestions Galore for to ure to the money bill requires a suspension a Seriate rule the cost of fire protection soared from to Help Crisp Weather Will Continue Towas crisp fall weather is expected to continue through Sunday t Mason City reported the Sat urday morning low of 37 de grees and other lows rarfged up to 48 at Ottumwa and Coun cil Lows Sunday morning will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s with highs Sunday ranging from the upper 70s to the lower 80s Little change in temper ature is expected until Monday when slightly Shigher readings art expected after his 12day tour of tfie United States beginning Tuesday with the professed purpose of easing international tensions Prime Minister Nehru told re porters Friday the Soviet state ment on the dispute issued through the news agency Tass very fair statement and also a very unusual statement for the Soviet government to barring legislation in an appro priation bill It takes a two thirds majority to do this If at tached the rider could be adopted by a majorityvote Southerners could filibuster against the But they are aware that if they do they may touch off a drive by civil rights advocates to pass a measure the Southerners would find harder to stomach IN ANY EVENT Southern Moscow carefully re frained from taking sides Marshalltown Man Killed in Crash FULTON 111 toLee Daniels Marshalltown Iowa was killed Saturday in an accident involv ing three trucks on Highway 30 about five miles east of Fulton senators planned to blast anew a report by the commission on its investigation of voting rights and of civil rights in the fields of education and housing The House was reported ready to act as soon as the Senate passes the money bill It could either accept the charges made by the Senate or ask a confer ence to resolve the differences DES MOINES out d o o r advertising company here is in a quandary about what kind of a sage to post along the route Soviet Premier Nikila Khrush chev willtake Sept 22 The firm invited lowans to suggest a fiveword message to the Russian leader So far a company spokes man said more than 300 sug gestions have come in rang ing from gloomy to The firm had offered to translate the best message into the Russian language and on a billboard Khrushchevs route in this city Although most of the mes sages are appeals for peace thespokesman said some of them read When will you bury us Welcome lets exchange Go home you atheist How is Comrade Bulganins health Communists are not welcome The spokesman said a few of the messages are unprint One man apparently saw a chance for some free enter prise and offered this sugges tion Corn for Another hopeful suggested Free vodka The spokesman or five of the best messages will be offered to city officials to let them decide which one will be posted Program to Be Expanded t DBS of pounds of foodstuffs and more than a million dollars in federal funds are earmarked for Iowas 195960 school lunch program State Department of Public Instruction officialsestimated Saturday this years allotments of surplus government com moditieswill equal or surpass the pounds of poured into last lunch program in Iowa During the 1958 59 school j year department officials said schools r ec e i v e of pounds of butter pounds of frozen turkey and pounds of blackberries plus other foodstuffs THIS YEAR the government is providing green beans but ter cheese cherries cornmeal dried f To u r powdered milk canned peaches peas and rice to supplement the schools regular food purchases The federal government also is providing to reim burse schools for lunch ex penses compared to provided during the195859 year 1 Department officials said the government also is making available to the state1 Mason City Continued fair Not much temperature1 c han g e Saturday night and Sunday Lows Saturday night j 4245 Higs Sunday middle 70s Iowa Not much change in tem perature Saturday night and Lows Saturday night 4252 Highs Sunday 7585 Outlook for and slightly warmer v Minnesota ContinuedTair cool Sunday 7580 Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 Ike May Act to End the Steel Strike NEW YORK Negotiations m the 60dayold steel strike continued Saturday iw i t h in creasing indications that the White House may soon take a hand to end the cripplingwalk out The National Governors Con ference Friday launched a move intended to bring Presi dent Eisenhower into the nego THE PRESIDENT has main tained that he plans no direct action until the national health May Hit Lunar estimated fortheir lunch programs EACH SCHOOL receives fou cents for each jneal dispensed during the year The department said agree on has jeen made between the state and 696 school districts Almost every town in Iowa las schools participating in the and are threatened At he 1 is in voke the power granted to him under the TaftHartley and force both sides to resume pro duction for an 80day period Such a move was riot expect ed until next month but re ports are that strike effects are now approaching crippling pro portions for the economy national BESIDES THE half million unch program the department said A record enrollment at most public and private schools across the state this year ap parently led to the increased allocation of food from federal lirpluses Department officials were uick to point however tiat government commodities upply only 17 per cent of the meal a child eats in schools The schools must agree not o reduce the amount of their wn food purchases despite the overnment one epartment spokesman said The cost per meal to students ll average about 25cents this ear department auditor Ed ard Heim Jr estimated This about the same as last year lates teelworkers idled by the strike other workers in allied fields have been laid off and steel acquired be fore the strike in anticipation of a shutdown are reported to be running out Many small companies are halting produc tion This was the background Fri day as the National Governors Conference announced it would poll key governors next week on the desirability of seeking a meeting on the matter with President Eisenhower AGING SWEET TOOTH BUFFALO N Y Rushman has a sweet tooth She celebrated her 102nd birth day Friday by eating choco Fits m With Mr JPEOM OUR WISE SERVICES Soviet Union fired another rocket toward the moon Saturday and said it would help open the way to in terplanetary This new rocket 72 into space at on 37 the weekend before Premier Ni 56 kita Khrushchev makes his her alded visit to the United States The announcement of the new launching made no mention of any passenger not even a dog such as previous Soviet rockets had carried There had been suggestions in the that the Russians might launch a man into s p a c e to coincide with Khrushchevs arrival in the United States THE UNITED STATES fired a rocket carrying a 13pound satellite past the moon and into solar orbit last March 2 It sent back clear radio signals from more than miles out in space and then went dead after four Saturdays Soviet moon rocket was the Soviet Unions second announced attempt On Jan 2 the Soviets announced firing a IVfeton satellite into or Little Chance of Rocket If It Hits Moon WASH I N G T O N U PI American astronomers say U S citizens have little chance ofseeing the Russian moon rocket The moon will be invisible to most Americans at CST Sunday the time given by Moscow for the rocket to reach its target The moon is scheduled to rise at CST in me New York City area Sunday in most of the na tion But parts V New Eng land will catch the moon rise up to 18 minutes earlier But even if the moon is vis if the rocket hit the moon and strong telescope would still be needed to catch a glimpse of the strike I bit around the sun It passed close to the moon Radio con tact with this first Soviet moon shot was lost at miles SAME Another possible stumbling block is a disagreement over an antisecrecy provision in the for eign aidmeasure A House provision would cut off all foreign aid funds except military assistance if Congress is denied information on how the aid program is being oper ated The Senate provision would do the same thing On the Inside General News Page 2 Church 3 Editorials 4 Society News Mason City News M Maroon and Blue 10 Sports 1112 Building News Comics Latest 20 North Iowa News 22 ONE WILL BE CHOSEN r Miss America will be chosen Saturday night from among these prelimi nary winners in the weeklong judging at Atlantic City Left to right Marquis New York swim suit SuzanneJohnson Illinois talent Lois Pierce Pennsylvania talent Ann Marston Michigan talent Mary Alice Rox Wisconsin swim suit Virginia Pailes District of Columbia talent Diana Klug Connecticut talent and Sharon Vaughn Washington swim suit Saturdays launching had great political significance here The announcement electrified this nation which ispreparing an enthusiastic sendoff for Premier Khrushchev who leaves Tuesday for conversa tions with President Eisen hower THE R O C K E TS parts were crammed with sci entific instruments designed among other things to make studies of the magnetic fields of earth and moonf Soviet sci entists appeared confident shoot will be successftJ The first Moscow disclosure of the moon shot said the mis sile itself a multistage rocket had spent its engines and gone into orbit around the earth The Soviet announcement said that a ballshaped instrument capsule separated successfully from the rocket and was plung ing toward the moon by mo mentum The announcement for which all Moscow Soviet radio pro grams were interrupted said In accordance with the pro gram for space exploration and preparations for interplanetary flight the Soviet Union has suc cessfully launched the second space rocket THE ROCKET has been fired to study the cosmic space en route to the It is expected to reach the moon at Moscow time Sept the announce ment said That is pu Sunday Eastern Standard Time The moon M a target about V   

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