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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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Would Send Military Forces as Last Resort- Communists Must Be Stopped in Laos, Eisenhower s Advisers Agree By RAY CROMLEY NEA Staff Correspondent I WASHINGTON - (NEA) -Pres-j ident Eisenhower's top military and | foreign policy advisers have agreed j that the Reds must be stopped in j Laos even if we eventually have to; send warships, bombers and —as a last resort — GIs. of determination will slow the Reds with no U.S. forces needed. They favor giving any aid to India that Prime Minister Nehru needs to resist the Chinese Reds on India's northeast border. Battles there would require supplies dropped by air. But analysts do not expect the Chinese to move any further than Before taking those drastic steps, ; the disputed border areas. They the U. S. will. i calculate the Chinese have too Take every action necessary to j 11a " v problems at home right now Or so these U.S. diplomats and military advisers reason. They see the Red moves in Laos and on the Indian border as the results of Communist weakness — not strength. They work it out in this way: Chinese Red troops moved in to seal off the border of Tibet with India as a further step in their a!tempts — so far unsuccessful— to bring the revolt in Tibet to a THESE ARE TROOPS ol the Communist Patlict Lao inarching through a jungle town during the period last year when they were being "integra­ ted" into the Royal Laotian army. Most of them are now back fighting for the Reds. •Cubs to Aid in Good Will Drive Here Questions, On Social Answers Security necessary strengthen the Laotian army. Cooperate in helping to bring in— when the Laotian government requests them—Allied military forces. These most probably would be South Vietnamese troops furnished by the Saigon government. American technicians and unit advisers might be in fairly early in the game. Participation by V. S. forces would take place onlv if these steps failed. The White Mouse advisers do not think this policy will precipitate general war; they think it will halt it. This recommendation will be bucked up to President Eisenhower upon his return from Europe. His will be the final decision. The advisers are convinced Red China will step up her military in- i filtration of Laos with puppet ! troops. They believe the defense of ! the tiny, landlocked kingdom is as important to the U.S. as Formosa i or South Korea. They believe a calculated show * Cub Scouts ol ^tribute Goodwill Carroll Scout will dis- bags to *homes throughout the city Satur- Social Security Administration to «day morning. Cubma.stcrs Elmer * Walz, Ed Marz and Ah an Cox will Jlhavc charge of the distribution and -will be assisted by den mothers of ;;1heir Cub Scout packs. Public support ol all citizens is purged in contributing discarded •clothing and other articles which *can be reconditioned by handicap- 1 or the Social Security Administrated workers of the Good Will In-, tion District Office, 910 Grand Av- *dustries. enue. Des Moines 8, Iowa. Arrangements have been made j a social security number of her with the Dcs Moines office of the! 0 wn. When 1 pay the burial expenses can 1 draw a lump - sum death payment from social security? ANSWER: No, the lump-sum death payment is payable only on the account of an insured worker. halt to tackle major foreign gambles, i The Tibetans continue lo resist The Chinese Commuriist g r a i n \ despite the efforts of 100,000 Red push has been 'a failure. There's Chinese troops, the worst famine in the 10 years I The trouble with India started oi Communist rule. The communes ' when the Reds in their anti-Tibetan arc in trouble — ridiculed even by Russia's Khrushchev. The back-! yard steel furnaces have bumbled. There arc serious internal debates over these mistakes. Tempers arc high. Though Mao is still in the sad- die, he's got a 'host of fences lo mend at home before he can gel heavily involved abroad. Therefore it's believed there will IK - no Red Chinese attempt to take Formosa this year, or to invade Quemoy and Matsu. There may be a "show" to divert the U.S. and lo whip up more work at home. Other views of the experts: There will be no real invasion of India. There could be a scries ol border clashes in the territories that both Red China and India claim on the Indian-Tibet border. The Reds will take no chances of getting involved with the U.S. in a hot battle for Laos Timet Herald, Carroll, la. n ft Thursday, Sept. 10, 1959 |U campaigning and in their border sealing — moved into areas his! torically disputed by the Chinese and Indians. The Chinese have ignored Indian notes to solve the matter by nc- i gotiation. With "Communist logic" they contend that if they claim territory, it's theirs. The infiltration of Laos is the result of another Red Chinese fail- i ure. State Department men rea- ! son. The Communists were having pretty much their own way in northern Laos until about a year or so ago. Then the local Laos government began to stabilize. Pro- Western loaders gained power. Things got b e 11 e r economically. Red army units were disbanded or absorbed in government units. The government took on more fiscal responsibility. Red influence waned rapidly. U.S. diplomats reason this Red setback worried Pciping and Ma* decided that if he didn't move now it would be too late, Thus the new indirect Red aggression — a result of Communist failures. SEPTEMBER SALE of ADMIRAL HOME FREEZERS Choose from 9 sizes ... 9 to 20 cu. ft. EAT BETTER AND SAVE—Own a HOME FREEZER with Food Savings AKS US ABOUT OUR FOOD PLAN as low at 169 95 Sporrer's TV & Appliances 9th & Salinger Open Every Night Except Sunday answer questions of Daily Times Herald readers about their old-age, survivors and disability insurance. Answers of general interest will be published in this column. Personal questions will be answered direct ly by the district office. Write the! Sincc . y° ur mother had no sodal Daily Times Herald. Carroll, Iowa, j securilv number of her own, she •'• Persons whose homes may be .trussed by the Cub Scouts Saturday QUESTION: A farmer from near Carroll asks this question. I am are asked to gather their articles planning to retire next year and in a box or other container and i rent my farm to my son. Must we .have them ready for pick up by | draw up a written lease? Boy Scouts of the city next Saturday, September 19. Clothing, shoes, repairable appliances, small toys, drapes, curtains and cloth material are needed in particular. Do not include papers or magazines. The Goodwill clothing pick up is ANSWER: No, is not absolutely however, suggest apparently was not insured. The only lump-sum death payment that was due was paid to your mother, at the time your father died. QUESTION: I understand that beginning this year 1 will begin paying social security tax on $4,800.00 instead of $4,200.00. 1 am . 'G5 and still working. How much a written lease ; di(fcrencc wiU it makc in my bene . essential. We. J r that a written; Monona, Harrison. Audubon, Cass, "Carroll and part of Pottawattamie County are cooperating fit if I work through this year', lease is excellent proof of your ; N '«t year? Ihave always been cm- pans for retirement and will makcj ployed at the m ™ 1 ™™the processing of your claim eas- 1 ANSWER: If you continue to iIlv . _ „ 0 ier. We cannot require that you | work through this year, your bene- an annual project of Boy Scouts of have a written lease but wc strong- j lil would be about $121.00 a month the Southwest Iowa Council. Scouts , ly suggest that one should be drawn ; '"stead of the present $116.00. If of 40 towns in Crawford, Shelby ! up setting out the circumstances of i° u W0lk next year at maximum, 'your rental arrangement in detail, p'? 1 "' benefit rate would be about QUESTION: Recently 1 hired a ;$ 12j0 ° a month, maid to do housework in my home, i QUESTION: A question from How much do I have to pay her Audubon County. I am drawing my to report her wages and how do 1 social security and 1 plan to return report them? t0 Denmark for about a year. Will ANSWER: If you pay this em- affect my social security ployec at least $50.00 in cash wages ' cl)ecKs in anv wav • in a calendar quarter you must report the wages to the Director of Internal Revenue. To report these wages, you must secure employer's identification number and tax report from Internal Revenue Service. This may be done by writ- ANSWER: If you work in non- covered work while outside the United States you will lose a social security check if your work on a portion of at least 7 days during a month. If you are not a citizen, there are situations in which your I ing directly to Internal Revenue' payments will stop if you remain ; Scrvico, Des Moines, Iowa or by i outside the United States for 6 con- requesting pamphlet OASI-21 from J secutive months whether you work vour local Social Security office. ! or not. You should notify the SoQUESTION: Recently my moth- cial Security Administration er died. At the time of her death j Promptly if you go abroad to live she was drawing social security or w °rk. i checks as a widow. She never had | QUESTION: I will be 65 next I month. Must 1 count my earnings, I between January 1 and the time I ' I get to be 65 in deciding if I will! I make over $1,200.00 this year? | ANSWER: Yes, you must count | your earnings for the whole taxable j year in deciding how many checks 1 you can draw this year. Even ! though you may have earned over i $1,200 you will not lose a check for | any month that you do not earn ' wages in excess of $100.00 nor ren- ! der substantial services in self- j employment. 1 TOP HITS Fools Hall of Fame I'll be Seeing You Lonely Street Boogie Bear Just Ask Your Heart Morgen Put Your Head on My Shoulder Three Bells Ma kin' Love Our Love HARRIS MUSIC CO. 100 East 5th — Dial 2413 MOVES TO CARROLL ' DEDHAM - George H. Bierl. formerly of Coon Rapids, is now residing at the Tryon Nursing Home. 827 North Carroll Street, i Carroll. News this fall , . . new style . . . new colors . . . new leather texture lo boot! Tan or Black, Checker Shag with smooth leather trim. 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