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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1962, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for flw iTY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 192 The Associated Press and United Frees International Full Lease Wires th a t makes a 11 N 6 fjrh I o wa ns MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY APRIL 1962 neighbors 10c a Paper Conssits of Two HOME EDITION No Cannot attach non school areas DES MOINES AP County boards of education cannot attach school areas not maintaining a 12grade system since the agricul tural land tax credit has not been paid in full Atty Gen Evan Hultman ruled Tuesday The 19J57 Iowa Legislature di rected that nonhigh school dis tricts remaining after July 1 1962 Again its time for the circus Three dozen make circuit By RICHARD SPONG GlobeGazette Editorial Research Bureau WASHINGTON And circus is with us again The circus is as sure a har binger of spring as the crocu or the song of the turtle dove And to the real circus buff th season officially opens with th arrival in New York of The Bi One Ringling Bros and Bar num Bailey Actually the season is al ready under way A number of tented shows got early starts And before that according to The Billboard circuses were giving indoor performances in the midWest to turnaway bus th lall be attached to a highschool that the ag land ax credits were paid in full dur ng at least one year before the eadline Hultman said the tax credit has ot been paid in full since the 957 law was enacted The 1W1 legislature appropriat d a year in ag land redits but this represented only 988 per cent of payment in full The tax credit which uses state unds to help pay farmers school axes has not been paid in full ince 1957 but had been paid in ull earlier Hultman said the law stipulates hat ag land tax credits must lave been paid in full subsequent o the 1957 law The long awaited ruling had been sought by a number of leg slators and Paul F Johnston state superintendent of public in struction It was the intent of the 1957 egislature to set a deadline of July 1 1962 for elimination of all school districts which do not op rate high schools There are 880 such districts this year Johnston said a legal opinion on the deadline law last December had spurred school reorganization planning to a new high The December opinion did not decide the important question of the reorganizational deadline whether the deadline law was ef fective and enforceable Hultmans opinion last Decem er said that a county school ward could not attach nonhigh school districts before next July 1 A i school district reorganization PICKETS IN Brockway Burling ton holds the sign he flashes at Mississippi River tugboats approaching the Farmers GrainDealers Association elevator in left Brockway Photofax is picketing the elevator by boat The union claims Sampson Construction Co which has a contract to build a new elevator does not use union labor are regarded bellwethers for the ensuingseason More than three dot en least one of them new toured the length and breadth ofthe land last year some of them spilling over into Canada and Mexico More are expected to hit the road this yearAccording to Variety least five new ones were con templated before the season started The story the late John Ringling North a great circus man is supposed to have said is the circus mans best friend The ringmaster has an other traditional way of putting it when he starts bis gay and gaudy spiel with a salute to Children of All Ages11 When the Ringling Circus was forced to close its 1956 season four months early a victim of labor troubles traffic conges tion bad weather conditions and mounting costs Jimmie Armstrong a midget clown said Everything will turn out for the best You cant kill what the children like approved by local voters becomes effective the following July districtsi which dp not operate high schools this year wil 839 next year by reorganizations approved during the last six months of 1961 opinion Tuesday is expected to slow the number of future reorganizations unless the next legislature decides to approp riate full payment of tlie agricul tural land tax credit McDermott gets OK from Senate WASHINGTON UPI Ed ward McDermott Dubuque Iowa won Senate confirmation Monday as director of the Office of Emergency planning In the a year post Mc Dermott will be in charge of strategic stockpiling by the federal government McDermott an attorney who had been deputy director ofthe agency since last April was nominated Feb 2 by President Kennedy to succeed Frank B Ellis EHins stepped down to accept nomination to a federal judgeship in Louisiana North Iowa Considerable cloud iness and warmer Tuesday night lows 3136 Cloudy and mild highs upper 40s to lower 50s Iowa Increasing clou d i n e s s Tuesday night becoming mostly cloudy Wednesday Scattered light rain or snow extreme northwest Tuesday night or Wednesday Warmer Tuesdaynight lows in the middle Warmer east and south c e n tr a 1 Wednesday highs near 5Q northwest to near 60 southeast Further out look Cloudy showers am cooler in some places Thurs day Minnesota Mostly cloudy light rain Highs Wednesday near 50 GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Tuesday Syrian rebels resume battle after truce bid BEIRUT Lebanon groundair clash of Syrian armed forces Wastreported Tuesday at rebelheld Aleppo and the Damas cus junta resumed radio attacks on the mutineers indicating a deadlock in negotiations to endron Russianbuilt MIGs of the Sy OK for guest house High court backsSUI DES MOINES AP pror posed million addition to the Memorial Union at the University of Iowa is legal and may be con structed by the State Board of Regents the Iowa Supreme Court ruled Tuesday The Supreme Court held that the operation of a student union is a proper part of the university It added the evidence shows there is a need for the proposed addi tional facilities The court said the addition of fers no overwhelming threat to private enterprise and that any competition is incidental and not a basis for an injunction against a state agency engaged in legal function The Iowa hotel motel and res taurant associations and others had asked the court to block the proposedaddition to the Student Union The addition would provide 110 guest rooms plus additional kitch en dining and conference rooms and a ballroom It would be fi Phbtofax GETS WHITES JOB Nich olas Katzenbach poses after President Kennedy named him to the post as deputy at torney general the No 2 spot at the Justice Department He will succeed Byron R White who has been named an Associate Justice of the Su preme Court Katzenbach 40 is a native of Philadelphia the proNasser uprising The crew of a passenger plane said on arriving here from Alep po in northern Syria that ground troops there fired from the airport N ews in a nutshell FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Maximum Minimum Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 38 24 42 17 Ecuador cuts ties Cuba QUITO broke relations with Cuba the 15th LathfrAmerican nation toboycott the Castro regimefX5nly four WesteffiHernisphere nations now have relations with Bo livia Mexico and Uruguay Savannah tests reactors YORKTOWN Va The worlds first nuclear pow ered merchant ship Savannah has sailed to begin full power tests of her atomic reactors at sea Moslems slain in hospital ALGIERS Algeria European gunmen of the outlawed Secret Army Organization OAS invaded a Moslem hospital here machinegunnedhelpless pa tients in their beds and wrecked part of the building with a bomb Reports said 10 Moslems were killed and 8 wounded School officials stay on STORY CITY Two Story City school officials accused of tbo harsh discipline to seven high school boys have agreed to stay on their jobs after a special meeting of the Story City Community School Board The board gave unqualified support to the admin istration and would meet later to lay down specific rules regarding disciplining of students rian air force The shooting was described as intense The crewmen said they heard that the fighters were try ing to blow up a transmitter of he Aleppo radio which was call ng itself the Voice of the Arab Republic President Gamal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic and a new commander of the pro UAR army rebellion appealed or a bloodless solution of the mili tary crisis The rebels called for a truce They said they woulddo no shool nanced by a loan from a group of insurance companies payable over 25 years from student fees and union earnings The hotel motel and restaurant interests contended that state law uthorizing such financing is un onstitutional arid that the ion of the union would incur an legal debt for the state victim sought SIOUX CITY search was underway Tuesday for Ed ward F Beeck 43 of Westfield missing since his car was found stalled in fiopdwaters on Highway 12 about two miles north of here Saturday night 0fflcefrs safld waSH an afootof water from the 1V6r highWay f f The groups also contended that when the car he addition would put the state However officials said they at nto illegal competition with f Jrst thought Beeck would have vate enterprise PolkCounty trict Judge Tom K Murrow ruled last year addition legally missing Monday can hVhiiiit started able to walk easilyto safety When he was still reported searcK was canbebuilt was rain right The Ring ling Circus was back the next year on schedule It was fully unionized and its costs had been cut to the bone Jettisoned were the cookhouse the menagerie generators and other massive equipment The victim of re that made children saddest was the Big Top Now Ringling and a good many other big circuses book mostly into auditoriums But the spangles are still there and the deathdefiers and the human cannon balls this year theyre astronauts naturally and those wonderfully serious funny men the clowns And you can still sip pink lemonade and devour cotton candy and popcorn and crackerjack and you can still see and smell the elephants and the other beasts The circus in America goes back to the days when the land was young and in Europe be fore that for centuries Indeed the word traces to the Circus Maximus the third century BC home of the Roman races Wintering minstrels took the place of circuses in the Middle Ages The first circus as we know it today was conceived by Philip AsUey a Londoner who in 1768 did trick riding in an indoor ring He added acrobats ropewalkers and clowns and the modern circus was born The idea soon spread to the Continent and indeed the entire world The Moscow State Cir cus for example is one of the worlds greatest On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 4 SocietyNews 789 Sports 1112 Latest Markets U Mason City News 1415 Clear Lake News 16 Farm News 17 Transit Schedule 18 North Iowa News20 Clinton gets 3rd big industrial plant in 7 months CLINTON AP The du Pont Co which has a cellophane plant announced plans for an other multimillion dollar facility to manufacture chemical film This product polyolefin is used for packaging and for industrial use Kenneth C Hodges manager of the cellophane plant said Monday the new plant will employ about 100 persons at the outset The building is expected to be ready for production by mid1963 Two other major industrial en terprises have been announced here within the last seven months A million nitrogen products plant has been planned by Swift Co and the Skelley Oil Co Clinton Corn Processing Cohas under construction an alcohol and the Iowa Supreme Court said Tuesday ing because of the danger of injuring civilians they were strong enough to win victory The Damascus regimewhich took over in a bloodless coup March 28 had broadcast an ulti matum giving the rebels 90 min utes to surrender This expired without any announced reaction in Aleppo The reports challenged claim by Damascus radio that the revolt had ended The counterrevolt was led by a group of officers who wanted Syria to rejoin President Gamal Abdel Nassers UAR This union was split by a revolt last Sept 28 A new rebellion last week toppled the government set up in the wake of the September revolution but the new leaders showed no sign of any immedi Iate reunion with Egypt in the UAR r Jistnct Court ruling Iong K awaited by the board of regents because lending agencies have Iowls refused to lend money to board Beeck worked as a mechanic in City He 1 wife and three children sMted institutions for dormitory con struction and similar selfliq uidating projects until the case was settled 5 perish in Reno blaze RENO persons were reported killed Tuesday as a fire swept through the downtown New Golden Hotel There are five bodies and there are probably more inside battalion fire chief Sam Sabini said Flames destroyed the hotels ground floor casinorestaurant and a bar and sent dense smoke billowing over the city Arthur A Arthur D or just plain Arthur Judges decision is upheld tral and eastern Iowa wfitere sev were running high but were carrying no threat of seri ousflood damage The Des Moines River which crested at Fort Dodge and drove a half dozen families from their lomes also had passed its peak at the Boone waterworks and was sending a strong swift current ihrough the city of Des Moines The capitol city also was ered with otherlowland flooding In southeast Des Moines the river tore a big hole out of dike and sent water rising toward the Great Lakes Pipeline Co plant The flooding Des while well any danger within the city ing back the swollen Raccoon River at its confluence in Des Neighboring Harolds Club was Moines and Fleur Drive the main route to the Municipal Airport DES MOINES When one name is used in a court petition and another in the notice of suit served on a defendant its hard to tell which is the right man Phbtofax PRESIDENT ARRIVES President Kennedy greets President Joao Goulart with a hand shake as he arrives at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington for a visit Between them is a State De partment interpreter Five San Quentin escapees captured SAN QUENTIN Calif UPI Five convicts who escapee from San Quentin prison Mon day were recaptured Tuesday in suburban Santa Venetia 10 miles north of the prison The men who had staged the big gest breakout in the prison history gave up without a struggle A housewife sighted three of the five outside hei home after her dog had barkec all night She called sheriff officers and all five were taken into custody within 20 minutes Allies test their defenses in Berlin BERLIN W Ten thousan men of Berlins Allie garrisons rushed to combat po sitionsTuesday for a test o alertness The exercise rouse out most of the American British and French soldiers ir West Berlin The court upheld the decision District Court Judge W P utter in sustaining the special ppearance of Arthur Duane einold of Mason City in asuit or damages growing out of an ssault Donald C Shields filed the uit Feb 5 1960 asking dam es from Arthur A Heinold lason City For some reason notice of the uit was not received by the heriff for service on the de end ant until April 7 1961 Then t was delivered to the wife o Arthur Duane Heinold The lower court upheld Hein olds special appearance ruling BISHOP DIES SAN FRANCISCO WVBishop Joseph Gilmore 69 Roman atholic bishop of H e 1 e n a Mont since 1936 died Monday apparently of a heart attack SAME down Safety Department Fijures at the subsequent service of ordered evacuated as the flames roared out of control Firemen said they feared an explosion Nine unconscious hotel guests were hauled out of upper floor windows and carried down fire escapes in stretchers Attendants at Washoe Medical Center said otice in which the middle ini al is not that of the defendant oes not constitute valid service ufficient to give the court juris iction over the party incorrect named The Supreme Court noted that esides Arthur Duane Heinold lere are Arthur A Heinhold and Arthur Heinoldliving in Mason ity From the fact thatit was Ar lur Duane Heinold who took the irecaution of filing special ap earance Justice Bruce Snell vrote in the decision we might suspect he was the Arthur leinold involved in the alterca ion that brought the court action But there is absolutely nothing in he record to so indicate Arthur Duane Heinold un doubtedly knows whether he was nvolved but with onename used on the petition another on the original notice and a third in the special appearance we have no way to know ENTERS POLITICS TOKYO W Gen Minoru uenda Japans air chief of staff resigned to enter politics The 57yearold officer one of the planners of the Pearl Harbor at tack said he planned to run in all were overcome by smoke was still closed Officials said wa ters from the Raccoon will be flowing across the low point on Fleur until Wednesday at the ear liest The Gedar River was flowing over lowlands at Cedar Rapids but no homes were threatened July for a seat in the house of Parliament upper Photofax TRIES TO SAVE actor Rich ard Burton constant companion recently of actress Elizabeth Taylor is pictured in Rome restaurant late in February with his wife Sybil Mrs Burton in an effort to save her marriage sent an emissary to Rome last weekend to urge her husband not to get entangled with Miss Taylor friends reported Miss Taylor and her husband singer Eddie Fisher now have announced they are getting a divorce Story oh   

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