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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 16, 1963, Mason City, Iowa                                Crucial talks in Costa Rica See map on page 2 Russ planes over Alaska WASHINGTON UPiThe State Department reported Saturday that two Soviet reconnaissance planes flew over Alaska Friday in violation of US air space The United States protested Scorecard needed in Whos good whos bad By WELLINGTON LONG WASHINGTON UPI Even with a scorecard its hard to tell the good guys from the bad in the Middle East Right now for instance the United States government seems to be rooting for Yemeni Iraqui and maybe Syrian supporters of Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser It was not always thus In 1958 US Marines went into Lebanon to prevent Nasserites taking over But before that in 1956 the United States had stood against its major NATO allies and with Nasser in the matter of Suez Even earlier of course the United States had given then withdrawn an offer to help Nasser build the mighty Aswan Dam across the ancient Nile An even now US cheers for Nassers team are stilled when ever the Egyptian approaches the deadline separating him from the royal regimes in Saudi Arabia and Jordan Secretary of State Dean Rusk said at a press conference that while this government does not object to cooperation among Arab states on the basis of con sent the United States is very much interested in the independ ence and security of our friends in Jordan and Saudi Arabia and will be veEjrmuch alert to any threats against them He was echoing President Kennedys January assurance to Crown Prince Faisal of full United States support for the maintenance of Saudi Arabias integrity Tho United States has been unable to arrange the conditions under which Egypt agreed to withdraw its 25000 troops from Yemen and quick to recognize the generally proNasser revolu tionary regimes in Yemen and Iraq The new junta in Syria probably also will receive early recognition to Moscow these overflights of US territory A note released by the State Department declared the US government expects that the Soviet government will take al necessary measures to preven any repetition A spokesman said that this is the first clearly established incident of a Soviet overfligh of the United States Officials said privately that there was no interception b American fighter planes The two planes flying separate courses were over U S terri tory for about 25 minutes each the protest note said This was in the region of Kuskokwim Bay The bay lies at the southwest corner of Alaska just north of the beginning of the Aleutian Island chain The State Department chart ing of the courses of the air craft showed that one ap proached Alaska across the bay rom the southwest and flew off to the west crossing over Nuni vak Island The other departed on a more northwesterly course flying over Nelson land The Soviet Union charged last fall that U S reconnaissance aircraft flew over Soviet terri tory at Sakhalin Island Aug 30 and over the Chukotka Penin sula Oct 28 33 escape plane crash MEMPHIS Tenn ft A dis abled Navy plane struggling to a landing on one engine ploppec down in a residential section of suburban Millington Friday night and came to rest near a house Only minor injuries were re ported from among the 33 crcw nen and Navy and Marine re servists aboard Residents of the community suffered only shat ered nerves and wrecked lawns The R4D transport was ferry ng the reservists from St Louis p the Memphis Naval Air Sta tion for weekend training when one of its two engines failed pilot was trying to land un der emergency conditions in rain and thick fog 7ryearold gets jaywalking ticket OTTUMWA W1A 7yearold boy has been given a ticket for jaywalking here The lad Steven Smith son of Mr and Mrs Robert E Smith of Of turn wa was slightv in r r Fiscal policy under attack By CHAD SKAGGS DES MOINES Iowa Legislature is ignoring an old argument and putting the chicken before the egg at least for this revenuefirst policy was ar nounced this week after a caucus of Senate Republicans obviously with approval of their House coun session kerparts The GOP majority in In a departure from usual pracboth houses is comfortable enough tice lawmakers plan to see howto assure it of carrying out the 4 a u Process Soraya former wife of the Shah of Iran chats with Italian film producer Dino de Laurentiis during news conference in Rome at which they discussed movie contract she signed Film career much money is available before authorizing much spending Thats obviously the best way jto do it said Lt Gov William L jMooty It simply makes sense to how much money you have before you start spending it Some Democrats however have plan it pefers if the Republicans stick together Sen Robert Rigler R New Hampton the Senate majority leader said there have been prob lems in past sessions when no policy was set He explained that Appropria Photofax The former empress who will try to become a movie she pursues a film caree w VIIUI UfcJI Iti said this approach puts the cartj lions Committees of both cham before the horse They contend the bers have hesitated to act be legislature should determine the minimum amount of money it must raise and lee Ways and Means Committees use this as a Princess may lose her title TEHRAN Iran decision of exEmpress So raya to take up a film career may cost her a title and a monthly allowance from the Shah of Iran informed sources said Saturday Government officials said Shah Mohamed Reza Pahlevi has ordered a full investiga tion into Rome reports about his former wife in order to take relevant steps Soraya who was divorced from the Shah in 1958 because she failed to produce a male heir to the throne announced in Rome she has signed a movie contract with Italian producer Dino de Laurentiis The 30yearold greeneyed beauty said she had wanted to be a movie queeji ever since I was a girl but gave up her dream toplay the reallife role of Empress of Iran Now things have chang ed she told a news confer ence Since her divorce Soraya has had no job and has spent most of her time roaming the worlds fashionable resorts She has been linked roman tically with several interna tional playboys but has not remarried The Shah gave her the title of princess and the year stipend when he ended their childless marriage after seven years State Minister Jehangir Ta faazzoli indicated a movie ca reer for Soraya probably will mean loss of the title and al lowance After consulting Premier Assadollah Alam and certain court officials he said While cinema stars often help create an atmosphere of understanding and friendship between peoples certain roles they sometimes play are not compatible with the august farther Saudi Arabia is one of the worlds four largest oil produc ers An enormous US invest ment has been made there to develop the oil To help protect this private investment the United States has provided the Saudi armed forces with weap ons and training During Feb ruary and March a group of 100 US paratroopers is in the country undergoing joint train ing with Saudi soldiers The United States had no in vestment in Jordan But itsi armed forces are equipped en tirely with American and British weapons With King Hussein in the saddle the feuding with Nas ser the chances of a third round in the ArabIsraeli war are few But if proNasser elements were to seize control the temptation to mount an attack against the Jews from Syria Jordan and Egypt would be great For the moment a tiny force of 5000 Swedish Brazilian Canadian Danish India Nor wegian and Yugoslav troops of the UnitedNations emergency force holds the Egyptian and Israeli armies apart in the Sinaij and on the Gulf of Aqaba While trying to maintain this precarious balance the United quietly attempting to to see a friend Thursday Martin Carlson juvenile and safety officer said a policeman gave Steven a ticket to make him more cognizant of safe walking rules The boys mother said he has been ordered to ap pear before the juvenile bureau next Thursday Soraya who married the Shah when she was 17years old said she did not consult her former husband before making the decision The Shah now is married again and has two small chil a boy to continue his dynasty guide in planning measures cause they said they didnt know how much money was going to be available Ways and Means Com mittees have been reluctant to de The newspaper that makes all North lowans neighbors MASON CITY GLOBEG VOL 103 MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 16 19o3 CIOc a copy No 31 St Pats spirit lives on Irish have a weekend fling TCFW vnnir NEW YORK makes no difference if your name is Green if youre sportin a green tie or if youre just plain green with envy of the Irish who Almost everybody gets into the St Patricks Day spirit From that long green line up New Yorks Fifth1 Avenue to the green ink that the postmistress of Erin NY will use to cancel color is virtually inescapable this time of year The fourday holiday observ ance began Friday when the Rhode Island General Assembly got its Irish up and when the Loyal Yiddish Sons of Erin held a feast commemorating both St Pats day and the Jewish holi day of sure there must have been a Green in the crowd The observa nee continues with parades Saturday in New York Pittsburgh and Chicago Holyoke Mass and Boston among oth er places Surprising isnt it that March 15 16 17 and 18 all rhyme with youknowwhat color the same color incidentally that theyll dye the Chicago River at State Street The New York parade ordi narily the biggest of the lot because of the size of the Irish population here starts at Fifth Avenue and 44th Street and proceeds north to SGth Street Although St Patricks Day actually falls on Sunday there are various and sundry reasons perchance a bit of Irish influence for spreading the observance over several days The Rhode Island General Assembly for instance observ ed the holiday days in it will not be in session again until Tues day In Washington President John Fitzgerald Kennedy received a vase of shamrocks from County Wexford whence his ancestors came The presentation was made Friday the President will be out of town March 17 by Irish Ambassador Kiernan on tax measures until they had an idea of the total appropria tions they would have to finance he added The sessions financial consider at ions include property tax relief bigger issue now than ever be ore in the memory of veteran ob ervers Members of both parties see this as a sort of openend need which can swallow about all the money the Legislature ares to put into it Thus Repub icans say the logical approach is o see how much can be raised In the House Majority Leader John Mowry R Marshalltown noted that in the past revenue sources have been pretty well tied down so that appropriations com mittees could take a look at the noney picture and fit their spend ng measures into it This time however legislators are looking at a property tax bringing in about million a with a history of increasing about million a year They are casting about for other nue sources Mowry pointed out that expendi ures for the current biennium are running about million per year more than appropriations with he extra money coming from a rapidly diminishing surplus He said the lawmakers must find a ivay of making up this deficit and meeting other demands at the same time owa Cold wave warning north west Cloudy and colder Satur day night with occasional rain northeast and rain changing to snow northsvest Tempera tures falling to 15 to 20 north west and cold wave by morn ing Cloudy and colder Sun day with snow flurries west Low Saturday night 15 to 20 northwest to 40 southeast High Sunday 25 to 32 north west to lower 40s extreme southeast US in warning to Brazil Shed Communists radicals WASHINGTON AP An offijance be denied until Brazil A powerful man in the Brazil cial US statement that of Reds or extreme leftistsMan government he is an advocate0 P e r s n a and nicte in anv oosiLifins of timvpr rnH nf n enft rnin ri income The House Ways and Meant Committee is first tackling the property tax relief problem The committee came within one vote Friday of reporting out a revenue bill and plans o meet again next week to discuss the measura iirther Committee Chairman Elmer H Vermeer RPella said the goal is itatewide property tax relief of 10 o 12 mills He said it takes 53 Million to cut the levy on real state one mill The measure almost approved Yiday by Vermeers committee fould produce an estimated 5S5 million to be turned back to ocal governments so they could educe their millage levies It calls for an increased and ex ended sales tax and higher taxes nists have bored into Brazils gov ernment put new steam Saturday into a congressional movement to bar aid to the huge trouble racked South American country Pouring more millions into Brazil now would be an exercise in futility one congressman said There were demands that assist any positions of power a soft policy toward Commu shows that American aid will notnist Cuba be used to promote Brazilian trade with Russia US statement about Red infiltration came out at a time when Francisco San Tiago Dantas Brazilian finance minister was here trying for multimillion dollar On Thursday a House Foreign Affairs subcommittee issued a transcript of testimony attributing the following statement to Lincoln Gordon US Ambassador to Braz il Their number the Commu nists in Brazil is small but their influence is much larger than The measure would raise the sales tax from the present 2 per cent level to 3 per cent to pro duce an estimated million a year in additional revenue The sales tax also would be extended to cover hotel and motel bills which now are exempt to raise about million more The individual income tax would GlobeGazette Weather Data up to 8 am Saturday 3 25 35 Maximum Minimum At 8 am Sunrise Sunset YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 41 are aboard missing plane SANTIAGO Chile four PROM OUR WlRfi SBftVICfiS Speech curbs in Korea SEOUL South Koreas ruling mil itary junta suspended all political activities and im posed a sweeping restriction on freedom of speech in advance of the April elections Political agitation was not defined but it was interpreted to mean remarks against the military rule Spacecraft ruling delayed I In the government itself there The corporation income tax aba i has been infiltration The student movement is another major area of penetration with the National Student Union now being domi nated by Communists This statement was reported to have brought a hot indignant re action in government circles in Brasilia Evidently the State De partment felt Gordon might meet an embarrassing reception when he returned there a tunnel 150 miles northwest of The department got out a Saturday Police said fiva nPTSiMiC Lill MUSTERED OUT OF THE NAVY o finally relieve some of ihe prcsj of Bremerton persons aboard was missing Sat urday and believed to have crashed in a sparsely settled area near the ChileBolivia bor der Chile and Bolivia temporarily shelved their border dispute to join in the search One American identified as Leon Bernstein was included on the list of 36 passengers from 12 countries Kept alive by kidneyj from a dead man BOSTON UP Last April 5 accountant Melbourne Doucette Jr 25 received a kidney trans Leotta Hope jptantcd from a dead man whose Sandra Sue Settler 18 both Doucette doesnt know to bAiVHAGO Chile A four r re i o ine nepanment got out a 5aia engine Bolivian airliner with 41 AVr i PntaPon officials say Sec ment saying the remarks wcro kllledscores in retcirv OI Detense KonGli S MrNwmnrn lin rmt rff horn cnhrmttoH ir L ijlircd and six nrt would be raised about onethird for an additional million Train slams into landslide in Japan TOKYO U A sevencoach train tumbled on top of a clus ter of houses after slamming into a landslide at the exit of 1 L ifl I Xiiltil JV ITtiQ VXIVO Robert S McNamara has put off ibecn submitted to the House sx are missirjg On the inside for six months a decision on whether to merge the DynaSoar and Gemini spacecraft projects Both ships are being designed to make use of wings or paragliders for flying back to earth after space trips Vanguard has anniversary nt committee by the department it Both sclfnot bv Gordon Still Inter it was explained that the depart ment and Gordon were really in accord on the remarks The Communist Party is out lawed in Brazil and no known Communists hold Editorials Clear Lake News Religious Features Page 4 5 67 in the Cty News S9 Latest Markets 9 1011 it backed in last Octobers officially known a Vanguard Developed v he iNavy the sixmchdiameter grapefruitsized sphere Deputies Also left wine national Surveyor is still talkinsr to qoiontictc kti VVIH Comics is still talking to earthbound scientists after hav ing piled up a number of notable scientific achieve ments Launched March 17 1958 the satellite has traveled nearly 659 million miles ists hold s high offices New draft regulations Rumors of AntiJFK actions discounted 17 18 Business News 2021 North Iowa News 24 WASHINGTON President Kennedys new leave the federal courthouse day Beneficiary of anj sure of Arab rnfnwpc rm thr1 ivn e me leaerai courthouse iulls Qa ecnenciary ot an Israeli frontier Current at i i Sealtle with 30day suspended sentence for stow surgical operation Dou tcmpts have been less violently ing awav on the USS Kearsarge They were discov denounced than in the past andj the Kearsarge hove to at Bangor Wash while it is a delicate shading it for ammunition They had some help from crew lvt All accorded to be an advance I the matter of peanut butter and balogna sandwiches ccttc now has lived longer than any other person in America after receiving a kidney from a dead man A patient in France has survived 14 months PALM BEACH Fla UPH Federal security experts Satur1 order transferring fathers draft classification from were inclined to discount rumors from Central that Communist cei imenLs wil attempt to embar not draf ting fatted WepUnTare cases Hut It will i in v i L v A v1 I 4 I L L i I U 1A to 3 A will keep them subject to induction until the age of 35 instead of 26 Actually the order merely formalizes a practice well established since 1956 of i i i SAME DATE W2 7i   

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