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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1962, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for VOL 100 f The news pa per that Associated Pwss and United International FuU Lease Wirss I t CITY GLOBEGAIETTE makes ait North lowans MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 25 1962 Iowa Illinois in tax pact n eig hbo r 1 CTca CopyThis Paper Consists of Two SectionsSection On HOME EDITION No DES MOINES AP A tenta tive agreement in a tax dispute between Iowa and Illinois will be drawn up within the next 10 days Chairman Andrew George of the Iowa Tax Commission said Thurs day George said the tentative agree ment was reached Wednesday in UN now bulging at seams More space is demanded By JOHN MOLLESON New York Herald Tribune News Service a meeting with Illinois tax offi cials at St Louis Both states will present their agreements to their respective governors for approval George said Under the proposed pact George said a buyer will pay saies taxes on merchandise to the state in which it was delivered The pact would include mail or ders as well as those delivered personally Thus if a Davenport resident purchased furniture in Rock Is land 111 and it was delivered to Davenport sales taxes would have to be paid to Iowa The sales taxes would go to Illinois the merchandise were purchased in Davenport and delivered in Rock Island If the governors of both states approve the preliminary agree ment we plan to hold meetings with retailers along Iowas east ern border to explain the agree ment in full to them George said The agreement is such that every retailer will know exactly what state he owes use and sales taxes to The St Louis conference was proposed after Illinois officials i UNITED NATIONS N Y now 10 to become Built as a meejing place cenUy sought to for delegates from 55 nations U N headquarters presently accommodates diplomats from 104 countries and the total mem bership will probably rise to 120 or 125 within the next few years Wallace K Harrison headof the international team or archi tects which built the UN said recently the headquarters is stretched to the breaking point use and sales taxes from Iowa border merchants The Illinois sales and use tax is per cent la Iowa it is 2 per cent Illinois officials sought to col lect the taxes from Iowa mer chants soliciting trade in Illinois Missouri officials also attended the St Louis conference but they did not come prepared to reach LU icacji 1 dont know what is going to agreement only to explore 11 happen he said But he was cer tain that something will have to be done The crowding affects the fundamentals Harrison said Air conditioning V e s t V o o rri s lighting lounges4 elevators esca lators aswell as theiriain cofi ference all are serving double the population for which they were planned The architects left enough slack in the headquarters for a peak population of 85 nations No George said We agreed to give Missouri a week or two todiscuss with their governor and attorney general a proposal to include Missouri in a said The Iowa commissioner added that he thinks it would be a step in the right direction to get Wis consin and other border states in on the agreement George said he hopes ultimately to take the proposal to the Mid western States Association to work out a sales and use tax agreement f for the 13 Midwest states He said that any tax between Iowa Illinois and Missouri or oth er states would have to be a gentlemens agreement since fed eral laws govern any formal pacts between states New head of Greek church resigns post ATHENSGreece UPI Archbishop lakovos who be came the primate of the Greek Orthodox Church less than a week ago resigned Thursday The archbishops resignation came at the height of public press and church criticism of certain unspecified aspects of his private life It followed a threehour meeting with the churchs Holy Synod in which one dreamed that at least 50 other countries were waiting in the wings eager to take a place in theGeneral Assembly Through the years the seating capacity of the General Assembly Hall has been increased Makeshift device of adding new rows of desks at the front and rear of the hall Floor space ran out a couple of years ago and desks were moved into the rear tiers previously reserved for ob servers and the press The crowding extends to the main conference rooms where delegates have steadily lost elbow room as new members of the family of nations have been squeezed in at the rims of the horseshoe tables At these fables there is virtually no room left The north delegates lounge once a sedate and ojiuu chamber idealfor the processesIakovos offered to quit of quite a rush hour aspect during the luncheon breaks Delegates have to jostle their way to the bar and stand in ranks of two or three deep even for an orange juice Although the restaurant and cafeteria have been enlarged there are long chow lines for the noonday meal Who are all these people asked one elderly delegate remembering the early 1950s We have no place we can call our own For the last two years the As sembly has been considering a plan of improvements but lack of for such vital operations as those in the Congo put a damper on appropria tions for housekeeping At the last Assembly session architects and engineers told the delegates that makeshift arrangements can accommodate a maximum of 106 nations or two more than the present membership When that magic number is reached the engineers said major alterations will be necessary 6r the glass house will crack Aside from the crowding Har rison is satisfied with the way the headquarters has stood the tests of use during the last 10 years I think the delegates have been happy there he said He believed it would be a disaster for the UN if it left New York because it would lose the support of the United States Can you imagine anyone here caring what happened to it if it was situated in asked PORTRAY Peter Fonda 22 son of actor Henry Fonda is a leading candidate for the role of John F Ken nedy in the movie version of the Presidents war exploits in the South Pacific Fonda is pictured here as he underwent screen tests in Hollywood for the role of the young torpedo boat skipper of World War II The film will be called PT 109 amp OLJ US warns troisrn ericas Trade plan to Congress WASHINGTON Kennedy appealed inursday for prompt bipartisan endorsement of his fiveyeiar plan to dismantle the tariff barriers to a free ly trading trilliondollar economic partnership with Europe We will prove to the world that we believe in peacefully tearing down walls instead of arbitrarily building them the President told Congress Repeating requests made in his State of the Union Message two weeks ago he asked authority to negotiate tariff cuts of up 50 per cent on some groups products and complete elimina non of tariffs on other items His special message on trade was studded with assurances that the trade expansion act of 1962 as he titled it would benefit workers businessmen and con North Iowa Fair to partly cloudy and a little warmer isumers It would preserve exist m ing safeguards for domestic in Thursday night lows 1720 A1J VY 3 J HJl Partly cloudy and continued dustry he promised mild Friday Iowa Fair to partly cloudy Thursday night a little warm er lows near 20 Partly cloudy Friday continued mild highs in lower 30s east to mid dle 30s west Further outlook cloudiness and colder or turning colder with scattered light snow except rainextreme southeast Satur day threestate Minnesota Mostly KnH ries Continued mild highs in 30s GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 arh Thursday Maximum Sunrise Sunset EAR AGO Maximum Minimum 33 14 14 Lewis brother Iowa native dies at 72 WASHINGTON AP A D Lewis 72 president of the United Mine Workers District 50 since 1946 and a brother of John L Lewis former chief of the UJIW died Wednesday Lewis a former director of mines and minerals in Illinois and at one time an as sistant to his brother in the UMW was born in Colfax Iowa MERGER UPHELD WASHINGTON U S court of appeals Thursday upheld the merger of United Air Lines and Capital Airlines pre viously approved by the Civil Aeronautics Boar But the government should stand ready to aid farm and fac tory workers and companies tem porarily hurt Kennedy went on He proposed these as effective and relatively inexpensive meas ures without giving a cost esti mate For workers left help for job retraining and reloca tion along with federal read justment allowances for up to a full per cent of average weekly pay plus anadditional 13 weeksjfor thosgjjver 60 Unem ployment re ceived would be deducted For business firms and fanners loans and loan guararr tees technical guidance and un specified tax benefits to help companies modernize plants and diversify products The 5000word message spelled outmany provisions of the sweep ing proposal to negotiate recipro cal tariff cuts and in some cases to eliminate entirely tariff walls between this country and the European Common Market But it contained more persua sion than detail The specifics were in an administration draft bill sent Wednesday to the House Ways and Means Committee to replace the trade agreements act expiring next June 30 Well aware the bill will be at tacked by protectionist groups Kennedy urged Congress to over ride sectional party bloc interests and to preserve the bi partisan support for a liberal trade policy which has lasted for decades act is designed as the expression of a nation not of any single faction or section he said It is in that spirit that I recommend it to the Congress for prompt and favorable action Rockefeller to meet with Iowa GOP workers DES MOINES WiGov Nelson Rockefeller of New York will meet with Iowa Republican work ers during a visit here Feb 1 to address a GOP fundraising din ner Republican State Chairman GeorgeNagle said Wednesday Rockefeller who will be mak ing his first public appearance in Iowa will meet with county chairmen vice chairmen and fi nance chairmen before his eve ning speech Nagle said Nagle said he expects about 4 000 Iowa Republicans to attend i the fundraising dinner at KRNT Theater STRANGE FRIENDSHIP Luise left and Marian Squire stand in front of a castlelike home in Hollywood willed to them by an elderly man who never spoke to them during 20 years as neighbors except to call for help when he was dying Owner of the walled and turreted home in the Hollywood hills wasHjalmer Lindquist75 who died New Years Day He had often left gifts at their doorstep then retreated to the solitude of his castle Hemade two wills in 1961 one leaving everything to Moscow he the Squire sisters and a later one leaving other DOS sessions to a sister Maps of Italy found in crashed Bulgarian jet ACQUA VIVAItaly al maps of southern Italy were found aboard the Bulgarian MIG17 jet that crashlanded near a new missile base Saturday an Italian air force source reported Thursday The source described the maps as rather inaccurate and said It is pretty obvious that the pilot was ordered to fly here to check the exact positions of sev eral North Atlantic Treaty Or ganization missile bases scattered in this region The pilot Lt Molusc Solakov 22 crashedin anpUve grove near this south Italian town six miles from the newmissile baseat Gioia del Colle The Italian fense ministry said Monday there were indications that Solakov was on an aerial spying mission but the investigation since has been shrouded in secrecy The pilot is recovering at a local hospital from injuries re ceived in the crash It is expected he will be moved soon to a mili tary hospital for extended ques tioning Speeches often censured says retired admiral WASHINGTON UPI Re tired Adm Arleigh A Burke tes tified Thursday that his speech es frequently were censored while he was chief of naval op erations to eliminate warnings he intended to make against the dangers of Communism The officer refused to blame the Kennedy administration for the censorship He said lower echelon officials charged with reviewing military wereresponsible Testifying before the Senate muzzling inquiry Burke said he had no objection to prior cen sorship of his speeches and statements to bring them in line with administration policy if ne cessary He said there must be machin ery to insure somehow that statementsby top officials civilian as well as not conflict with official U S goals But he said national policy was not always clearly defined when he was in Major Army post to Iowa native WASHINGTON wi Brig Gen William B Rosson at 43 the youngest of the generals was selected Wednesday to fill the newly created position of special assistant to the chief of staff for special warfare An announce r IN THE SPOTLIGHT U S Secretary of State Dean Eusk top photo delivers a stirring indictment against Castro communism at the InterAmerican Ministersconlerfince in Uruguay Among those listening were photo CubanPresident porticos chewing a pencil and Cuban Foreign Min ister Haul Roa left Mews in a nutshell I FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Good weather at Cape CAPE CANAVERAL Fla Good rocketry weather is forecast for Saturday strengthening hopes that astronaut John H Glenn Jr will take his historic triple whirlaround the globe that day Moves to block merger Transport Workers Un ion TWU filed a motion in federal court to block the proposed merger of the Pennsylvania and New York Central railroads The union asked the court to enjoin the carrier from taking any steps toward seal ing the merger until it has given at least a written notice of any wage rules or working condi tion changes that may result from themultimillion dollar merger Offensive in Laos NAM THA Laos TProCommunist rebel forces speeches mounted a strong offensive against this provincial capital and the city was expected to fall within hours A tough stand by Rusk Moderation is rejected PUNTA DEL ESTE Uruguay United States blasting Cuban and world communism in a slashing attack called urgently Thursday for a collective Latin American counterattack against Prime Minister Fidel Castros Red spearhead To turbulent applauseUS Sec retary of State Dean Rusk urged 19 other American foreign min isters sitting in judgment on Cuba to drum the Castro regime out of bodies of the Organization of American States His speech reflected heavy pres sure here for a compromise be tween those advocating the stern est punishment of Cuba in the form of a collective break in re lations on the one hand and the small but influential goslow or donothing blocs led by Brazil Mexico and Argentina on the other The speech suggested the United States hadheld some of its fire purposely to test the atmospheie and ascertain what maximum can IK expected here Rusk asked the OAS foreign ministers to adopt a fourpronged attack evidently representing what the United States now con siders it can expect out of this conference before it ends next week Rusk proposed that the inter American foreign ministers 1 Declare Castro communism is incompatible with the inter American system 2Exclude the Havana govern ment from participation in agen cies of the Organization of Amer ican States 3 End Western Hemisphere trade with Cuba especially traf fie in arms 4 Set in motion individual and collective defense measures against the various forms of political and indirect aggression mounted against the hemi sphere The time has come for American republics to unite against Communist intervention in this hemisphere Rusk said US spokesmen insist their ielegation came here with no fixed goals They say they con It was the biggest offensive by the rebels shicet Laotian ceasefire agreement went into effect last year rs troubles of TV script editors l l LiccHvi i Gov Norman Erbe will intro ntsa5d that Rosson will focus 11 ti j fho nni duce Rockefeller Sen Jack Mil ler RIowa also will attend the dinner Nagle said that at 9 pm Rock efeller will take part in nation wide closedcircuit television GOP rally On the inside Editorials Page 4 Comics 4 Society News 789 Sports 1314 North Iowa NewsIS Masen City News 1617 Clear Lake News 18 principally on the Armys anti guerrilla and counterinsurgency activities Rosson is a native of Des Moines Iowa WASHINGTON L Brown an American Broad casting Company editor charged with cleaningup television scripts last Nov 22 reviewed a shooting scriptin the Bus Stop series She asked 20th Century Fox to modify eight objectionable scenes in the script But for three pages of the script her memorandum said Just add violence to the sex These must be directed with care and can only be accepted if not too horrible when finished Miss Browns memorandum was one of several put into the record of the Senate Juvenile De SAME DATE196129 c linquency day subcommittee Thurs Chairman Thomas J Dodd D Conn called the hearing in his investigation of what he regards as TV programs with excessive amounts of crime vio lence andTsalacious sex Miss Brown continuity accept Lightning against provocative clothing tightness and cleav age Among her other recommen dations cun d re s s me with your eye with something acceptable the scene ending It cannot end with the idea that she succumbed to his proposition Youll have to send him outof the door after the kisses No leaving it to the imagination that he stayed Her recommendation for more violence with the sex in another scene was not explained in the memo Oliver Treyz president of ABCs televisionnetwork told Dodd that one of the hardest de cisions he ever had to make in volved another Bus Stop epi sode called A Lion Walked Us Treyz said he did not bluepencil t h e program i i e program ancc editor of ABCs western diwhich dealt with murder adul TT1lJ tery and suicide because he did vision in wardrobe Hollywood cautioned experts assigned to T unv ji u tall V V icii work on the episode Summer ent It was broadcast Dec 3 not want to squelch creative tal that if the program is adopted it will represent a strong stand in condemning and attempt ing to quarantine Castroism It was weaker than the stand taken by Colombia or originally by all the Central American states but there had been little hope from the outset thata big majority would favor full diplo matic and economic penalties Rusks attack on Cuba won tlie longest and strongest round of applause so far of the conference Cubans listened solemnly during the speech smiled broadly when it was over One said Rusks words were not as tough as they had expected Asks dismissal of petition on tax valuations DES MOINES attor ney generals office asked Polk County District Court Thursday to dismiss a petition asking that the State Tax Commission be forced to equalize property valuations The petition for a writ of man damus was filed recently by State Rep Chester 0 Hougen RCe dar Falls against the three tax commissioners Hougen filed the petition after the Tax Commission scrapped plans to boost property valuations in 47 counties in an effort to equalize assessments throughout the state The commission decided instead to issue orders to 31 counties ask ing them to valuate property with in their counties ;