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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 29, 1956, Mason City, Iowa North lowos Doily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE H I VUAV n VOL LXII Frew and United PrtM Full Seven CenU a Copy R THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IO MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST H MM WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION This Paper ConsisU ol Two SectionsSection One 271 eads for Cairo Talks Success CONSTITUTION PARTY CANDIDATESoie ofthe country s newest political groups the Constitution Par ty has named T Colman Andrews left and Thomas Werdel as its candidates for president and vice presi dent respectively in the November election Andrews is a former director of Internal Revenue while Werdel served two terms in the House of Representatives The new party ended its twoday convention at Fort Worth A Nasser Approves Locale Parley Set for Monday FROM OUR WIHE SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei senhower appealed Wednesday for world wide support of the London conference proposal to interna tionalize the Suez Canal as the best way to assure a peaceful jsolution of this great The appeal was made a few hours after President Nasser of Egypt announced he will meet in Cairo with the fivenation Suez Canal Committee headed by Aus tralian Prime Minister Robert G Menzies The meeting will be held Mon day Menzies had expressed a preference for Friday of this week but said next weeks date AT SIOUX CITY Stevenson in Farm Vote Bid SIOUX CITY UR Adlai E Stevenson said Wednesday after his arrival here for a conference with Democratic leaders from seven Midwestern states that only the Democratic is concerned vith how the farmer is getting along The Democratic presidential candidate and Sen Estes Kefauver his vice presidential running mate reached here in the earh morning after a mile night that started at Santa Fe NM and included a political foray into the Pacific Northwest Clayton Fntchey Stevensons press secretary said it was be lieved to be a new record for a single days campaigning The Demo cratic standard bearer put in be Adlai Sought for Address at Mason City STUDY GROUP SAYS IN FIRST REPORT No Boost in Overall State Tax Structure Anticipated DRS MnrNTT RAYMOND R ZACK Retirement of R R Zack Is Approved DES MOINES chair man of the influential Iowa Tax Study Committee said Wednesday no increase in the overall tax structure is Sen X T Prentis RMount jAyr gave lowans that good news in the preface to the first part of a longawaited report on the com mittees lengthy study would be satisfactory Nasser chose Monday presum ably because Friday is a Moslem holy day In a special statement Presi dent Eisenhower also said he is glad Nasser is willing to meet ivith representatives of the Lon don conference to discuss the crisis Eisenhowers statement w a s read to reporters by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles as he eft a twohour meeting with the President Adm Arthur W Rad ford chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff sat in on the latter stage of the meeting First Meeting Themeeting was Eisenhowers first with Dulles since the 22na The Iowa Highway Commission I Wednesday approved the retire ment of Raymond R Zack as dis trict engineer at Mason City He will be 70 on Sept 15 Glenn Doty 58 one of Zacks assistants was named to succeed him Zack has been district engineer here since 1919 He is in charge of all primary roads in the district from Kossuth County to the Mis sissippi River including the north three tiers of counties tween 21 and 22 hours of traveling handshaking and speaking Called into closed conference here were party leaders from Iowa North and South Dakota Kansas Nebraska Minnesota and Wisconsin It marked the third strategy huddle held by Stevenson and Ke faiiver in as many days Stevenson in a statement is sued after his arrival started right in to woo farm votes American surplus farm products The deal was the biggest ever oncluded under the U S surplus disposal program It brought to This program was conceived 5 fd India above the Thunderstorms and showers in an atmosphere of friendly con mark II came asPersisted over the central and ciliation anrf n Communst countries also werejeastern portions of Iowa Wednos cillation and in mv opinion oueht S countries also were eastern portions of Iowa Wednes to rally behind it the support economic aid to Asia day in the wake of soaking rains n ui TnHia 1 Via TTnitorl K he said SIOUX CITY tftlowa Demo crats planned to urge their presi dential and vice presidential nom ihcsinees at a 7state party meeting meeng has gotten Wednesday to make at least has prospered under Democratic leadership Our party has always been the party that is concerned about the farmers plight Stevenson said that for every State Chairman Jake More said he will ask that Adlai Stevenson the presidential nominee make an appearance at Mason City Oct 15 in addition to one at the Na tional Plowing Matches near Col fax Sept 22 four dollars the farmer got in 1952 he is getting less than three More saul he wi llrge that Sen dollars today He also said that Esles the the farmers share of the house India Sign Record Surplus Farm Goods Deal of the nations drafted a plan under which an in ternational board would operate the Suez Canal Nasser has agreed to meet with a fivenation com mittee picked to outline the plan to him The body of the report how ever indicated the Legislature probably will have to reenact tax increases levied by the 1955 Leg islature Prentis comment also did not rule out the possibility that some individual taxes might be in creased in specific cases initial report He called background information for specific recommendations to Gov Leo A Hoegh and the Iowa Legis lature to follow sometime after Oct 8 He said the plan is for four more background reports to be made by that date Data contained in the first re port dealt primarily with a de tailed analysis of income and ex JOHNNY DJO THOMAS DIO BANDO TUSO Nab Four More in Riesel Acid Case NEW YORK The FBI Wednesday held racketeer Johnny Dio and three other hoodlums as plotters of the acid blinding of Virtnr Plocal 1 labor columnist before a federal grand Williams Williams said Wednesday agreement here for the transfer of Their motive was to intimidate Riesel from testifying on labor a federal grand jury said U S Atty Paul W t i hired for 500 to hurt the acid and was slain alter demanding for the job ThP Telvi first was approached and got the job to throw the acid he thought it was a man named Marshal and that it was only a husband and wife job and worth only Williams told More Showers Fall Over owa newsmen When Goldolfo Miranti one of the accused conspirators fingered Mr Riesel Telvi then knew who the victim was He then went back and asked for more monev UPWA Local to Discuss Strike Vote The Mason City local of the United Packinghouse Workers of America will meet Wednesday night for discussion of a strike vote called for last week by na ional union officials Present contracts expire Sept with six major meat The unions seek a substantial vage increase with other con ract improvements Two Unions The companies include Armour of which the Jacob E Decker Sons here is a division involved in the strike vote are the UPWA and the Amalgamated Meat Cuttersand Butcher Work men There is no meat cutters union in Mason City Art Costello president of the UPWA local here said that Wed nesdays meeting may lead to calling of a strike vote in Mason City However the membership can decide to go on record by sending a unanimous yes or no vote to the Chicago uniqn head quarters National The vote is tallied on the na penditures at the state and local levels since 1942 It showed how a net balance in the state treasury of 120 million dollars in 1949 dwindled to a fiscal crisis of 29 million dollars in 1955 It pointed out how the Legisla ture coped with the crisis by temporarily increasing taxes about 24 million dollars annual ly and then appointed the 12mem ber committee to make a topto bottom study of Iowas tax prob lems Commenting on the measure that created the committee Pren tis said It is a citizens and taxpayers study bill and not a political maverick Honest Study possible effort is being exerted to develop an honest tax study that will determine the ade quacy of present and future reve nue and will further equalize the tax load between all classes of citizens and taxpayers Most of the information was compiled by Prof Robert H ohnson committee member and economics professor at the Uni ersity of Iowa It was released y Prof William Murray of Iowa Itate College research director or the committee Murray said a study of the pre iminary information has coa virced him the pressure in all the nations and peoples that Jelieve in the processes of inter national justice and the Presidents statement said The United States govern ment and I believe the Ameri can nation completely support the 8 nation proposal thus arrived at in London which fully re India will pay the United States the whole in rupees Of these rupees the United States will grant India 54 million dol lars worth and lend her another that marched across the state Tuesday night The Weather Bureau said the showers would continue through the day and the eastern portion uy re pecting the oi Egvnt iresl the 234 million dollars worth for use will receive more rain Wednesday in her fiveyear industrial denight Jlopment plan The heaviest fall reported was The United States will spend the inches Spencer Dumont buying Indian countries dcntial nominee make these ap pearances Grinnell Sept 11 Hampton Sept 12 Knoxville Sept 26 at a National Farmers Organ ization meeting Wellman Sept 29 Iowa City Oct 5 Red Oak Oct 9 Bayard Oct 10 or 11 at a farm improvement demonstra tion day and at Carroll Oct U or 12 Herschel Loveless Democratic nominee for governor commented that we want Kefauver because he has a great votegetting power in j It is a matter too of human Donald Mitchell Fort Dodcc heartbreak of farm sales and national committeeman saidi foreclosures of men and their they are asking for Kefauver1 families forced off the all over the state rvciauvcr Stevenson said it also is a mat Thn i ter of how the rest of the country Democratic leaders mdi regards the neerdo wifes food dollar has dropped from 47 cents in 1952 to 38 cents this year In addition he said farm mort gage debt rose billion dollars between 1952 and 1955 And we know too that when the farmer goes broke the rest of the country is going to be in trouble Stevenson said He added that it wasnt just a mat ter of dollars and cents and cold Salts vice presi vould assure the peaceful solu on of this great Rtcruit Pilots Meanwhile the Egyptian em sassy in Washington announced Tuesday night it was undertaking o recruit pilots in the United States to help guide ships through lie 103mile channel Egyptian ofj ficials had already taken similar DAVENPORT Carolyn Se action m some Western Europeanlbastian Linwood was k fl 1 e d countries India paying had inches Charles City V 1 L V J on its New Delhi offices Northwood goods for other ville 80 Shell Rock 75 Harlan Linwood Girl Dies in Car Accident j taiiicu Jii Lilt II3 ieivi was just a punk and tional level and the results arc some of the conspirators said the job was worth and they said Telvi had been used Then Telvi sent word back to Dio and Dio did give him more Received Telvi was originally slated to get S500 but Johnny Dio sent him in all but some of it stuck to the hands of some of the coconspirators who were to de YUJC ou oneii rtocK 10 74 Council Bluffs 66 OttumwalliveF the c n i i f 64 Oskaloosa 59 and Grundy Center 54 Lesser amounts fell elsewhere with Mason City get ting only 02 Red Oak Woman Is Killed in Accident n v When lhe car was driving REDOAK Claude IY The Sate Department had anwent off Highway 61 about 10 RPctor 54 nf LJ Riesel was blinded April 5 when acid was tossed in his face out side a Broadway restaurant Telvi was found shot to death July 28 in an East Side street The dapper 42yearold whose actual name is John Dio nabbed at his 0n point lookout Long Island not expected to be tabulated for several days Many of the locals throughout the nation vdted on the issue Tuesday Negotiations with the compan ies involved are in progress now Sept 4 a union negotiating com mittee will meet with Armour officials in Chicago On that committee from Mason City will be Costello local vice president William Shannon and Iowas tax picture has come from school districts counties and other local taxing districts The report showed tax revenue received by the stale has risen 223 per cen since 1942 to the 230 million dollars collected in fiscal 1956 Local property taxes after deductions for homestead and ag ricultural land tax credits rose 194 per cent to a similar 230 mil ion dollars Outflow Jusf as Steady While the money has been roll ing in from income sales gaso line use beer cigaret corpora tion chain store liquor and other taxes thn outflow has been just as steady Expenditures from the general fund for education state aids social welfare and other govern ment expenses went up 114 per cent in a 10year period ending June 30 1955 Expenditures from recording secretary Al Becker Jury Finally Seated in Brinks Trial he primary road fund went up 271 per cent To dish out addition al government services the num ber of publr employes rose from to The report put its finger on RHYTHM rm A n i WorW War II as a main cause of Wlowas Immediate tax problems ticipated such an Egyptian move here and decided in advance that the United States government would not object Officials said the stated policy of the United States is to keep the channel open and operating and if some American citizens want to contribute to that purpose by becoming cana pilots the govern not stand in their way miles south of Davenport Tues day night Miss Sebastian daughter of Mrs Bernice Sebastian would have been 17yearsold Wednes day Two other persons riding in the car were injured They were Wil lis Alsup 25 of near Davenport the owner of the car and Manuel Schohorn 23 Buffalo killed Wednesday in a twocar collision four miles east of here on U S 34 VESSEL FREED MIAMI UP Tugs Tuesday night freed the British merchant vessel S S Margaret Bowater which ran aground and blocked traffic for hours in the main Mi ami ship channel ance hes entitled theres nobody in well looking for a handout or as a citizen who just isnt getting the fair share of our national abund to because Washington looking out for his just Sen Humphrey and Gov Orville Freeman of Minne sota were listed as cochairmen of the conference at which Steven son said he and Kefauver wanted to get suggestions on what they should do to help the farmer when we get to Washington next In the coming election the Democrats hope to capitalize on a sharp fall in farm income since 1951 and their program of high government price supports to turn the present Republican adminis tration out of office cated they could not expect to get Stevenson to Iowa for more than one or two appearances Stevenson and Kefauver were to make an inspection trip latej Wednesday of the Floyd Valley flood control project A congressional bill which included approval of the project as a part of an omnibus flood control bill was vetoed by President Eisen hower Sioux Rapids Store Robbed of SIOUX RAPIDS Su permarket located on the edge of town on Highway 71 was robbed of about in cash and checks police were informed Wednesday Nabbed tt Home Picked up elsewhere were Thomas Dioguardi 40 his brother and an executive in a cotton goods firm Domenico Bando 47 a Brooklyn baker and Charles Tuso 44 a garment worker All have long criminal records A fifth man Charles Cariino 43 also was charged Tuesday with conspiracy He was arrested Aug 18 and held in as a material witness Two other alleged conspirators in the attack were arrested Aug 17 They arc Joseph P Cariino 43 who is not related to Charles and Gondolfo Miranti 37 OLD AND THE first rapidfiring Wlrepholo i j weapons designed specifically for supersonic aircraft V All About HUUUI The Weather Mason City Partly cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday Low Wednesday night upper 50s High Thursday lower 80s 0 mil in the general revenue fund For six years the state lived off that surplus increasing services with out increasing taxes In the 1949 51 biennium 50 million dollars was withdrawn to pay a state bonus to servicemen Caught up in 1955 The facts of simple arithmetic caught up in 1955 and to retain an adequate working balance the Partly cloudy with scatLegislature increased several tax Van Wert Farmer Is Victim of Accident VAN WERT UP Paul W Stiles 36 Van Wert farmer was killed Tuesday when he apparent ly lost control of his car and it ran off a county road about one mile south of here highway pa trolmen said SAME Black BIMU trtfltt 4ealk to M teen tered thunderstorms 1 o c a 11 y of them on a twoyear heavy southeast Wednesdaybasis Foremost was a boost in night clearing and cooler northHhe 2 per cent sales tax to per west Mostly fair Thursdayjcent cooler east Low Wednesday The temporary measures night 5560 northwest 6570 j taken by the General As southeast jsembly did not produce a lasting solution to the states mal Normal highs 80 north to 83 south Normal lows 55 north to 59 south Cooler Wednesday night and again about Saturday Warmer Sunday or Monday Rainfall will average from one half inch to one inch occurring as scattered showers and thun derstorms east portion Wednes day night and over state again Friday or Saturday Minnesota Fair and warmer GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Wednesday Maximum Tuesday 83 Minimum Tuesday night 64 At 8 a m Wednesday 68 Precipitation 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 95 Minimum RS nium beginning July 1 1957 it will be necessary to reenact the tax changes made by the 56th General Assembly or to modify the revenue structure in other The committee said Iowas tax system has not changed substan tially in 20 years It has been modified by special credits such as the homestead tax to relieve the more serious but the basic system has remained relatively stable From time to time the emphasis has shifted For instance from 1948 to 1955 local levies increased 80 per cent while taxes levied at the state level went up only 55 per cent In 1966 local raised per cent while it Uxes jumped 16 per cent ;