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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1957, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 10 WANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIil Associated Press and United Press Full Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 12 1957 ThJs Paper Consists o Two 151 House Pulls a Switch Redistricting Plan Passes DES MOINES UP The House reversed itself Friday and sent to the Senate the same legis lative veapportionment resolu tion it has offered the Senate unsuccessfully in the last two sessions The vote was 938 la earlier debate on the reso lution the House had adopted an amendment by Rep John Mowry RMarshalltown which would have given the five largest coun ties in the state an additional senator and House member each The House had adopted that amendment by a vote of 5449 But Friday the House by a voice vote agreed to reconsider the Mowry plan Next the House voted 5345 against the Mowry plan and brought back to life the socalled Stevens one now passed in the House three sessions in a row Chief Sponsor Chiof sponsor among 18 House members of the prevailing 1eso iution was Rep Henry Stevens His plan would increase the number of senators from 50 to 60 and apportion them on a population basis It would cut back the House from 108 to 99 for each coun ty The resolution also provides that if the Legislature does not reap portion itself after each federal census the Iowa Supreme Court would be required to do so In the earlier debate the House Another Slash in Budget 2 Agencies Affected AP Wlrephoto JAYNE IN CIRCUS ACT Actress Jayne Mansfield appropriately resembles an airplane as she signs autographs at the Hollywood premiere of the movie Spirit of St Holding her up is her muscular boy friend Mickey Havgitay had defeated ments One two by major Rep amend Willard Freed DGovvrie would have based reapportionment of both the Senate and the House on pop ulation Under that plan the Sen ate could not have had more than 75 members and the House not more than 150 Increase Membership The other amendment lost was by Rep Howard Reppert DDes It proposed that the Sen ate membership be left as it is but that the House membership be increased to 130 members with each county to have one member and the other 31 apportioned among the larger counties on a population basis The Senate Legislative Redis tricting Committee on Thursday introduced a bill to rcapportion the 50 senators on an area basis and give the House 120 members based on population In other business the House passed a Senate bill to double the cost of drivers and chauffers licenses to help finance an in crease in the number of highway patrolmen The Senate meanwhile ac cepted House amendments to its bill to increase the number of state highway patrolmen from 225 to 275 including 23 license exam iners give patrolmen salary increases Operation Scheduled for Eden BOSTON Wl An operation will be performed Saturday on Sh Anthony Eden to remove a tube placed in the bile duct in 1953 for relief of a duct obstruction Dr Richard B Cattell of the Lahey Clinic who performed the operation four years ago will be the surgeon Saturday also Edens personal physician Si is flyingfrom Lon don to be present at the surgery The 59yearold diplomats con dition is good a hospital bulletin said There is no evidence of in flammation of the colon at thi lime Eden is In New England Baptis Hospital Medical studies conducted throughout the week since the for All About The Weather Mason City Generally fair and continued unseasonably cold through Saturday Low Friday night 15 18 Slightly warmer Saturday high near 40 Iowa Generally fair and contin ued cold through Saturday Low Friday night 1525 Slightly warmer Temperatures through next Five day Iowa Friday night Wednesday will average 8 to 15 degrees below normal Norma highs 59 north to 63 south Nor mal lows 35 north to 40 south Marilyn and Jayne Steal Spotlights FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES Jayne Mansfield and Marilyn Monroe merely were invited guests at two film and society clambakes Thursday night but both managed pretty well to steal the spotlights Miss Mansfield wearing a far from plain gown that had fans and photographers in a spin put on a show seldom seen in the Cold at beginning of poruxv nified Hollywood of today Her Warming Sunday and again the middle of the week No precipi tation of pected any consequence ex prime minister was from New Zealand mer Brilish flown here showed no other cause for attacks of recurrenl fever which forced him to cut short a vacation and seek medical aid Queen Elizabeth sent him her wishes Friday for a rapid and complete recovery Sioux City Woman Is Killed in Crash twocar col City Thursday SIOUX CITY lision in Sioux night took Kruse 51 the life of Sioux City Mildred and in jured four persons Injured were Mrs Kruses hus Ted 55 a greenhouse op erator her daughter Jeanette Brugeman 19 and two occupants Minnesota Continued cold Globe Gazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Thursday 30 Minimum Thursday night 18 At 8 Friday 23 YEAR AGO Maximum 64 Minimum 37 appearance was at the Warner Bros premier of The Spirit of St Lindberghs Paris In New York a movie nonstop depicting flight to meanwhile Mar ilyn forced the Duchess of Wind sor into the background at the annual April in Paris ball Assist from Friend Assisted by her boy friend musclcman Mickey Hargitay onetime Mr Universe Jayne even autographed programs for the fans in the top row of the bleachers Hargitay in a per formance that resembled a circus act lifted his blonde girl friend high in the air so that she could reach bobby soxers in the back rows Jayne explained that she and Hargitay had practiced the pose at home because it resembled an Slightly Warmer Is Iowa Forecast Iowa is more than three weeks into spring but it did not feel like it Friday The mercury dropped to a low of 13 above at Sibley and it regisairplane in flight And isnt this WASHINGTON ffi The House Appropriations Committee Friday slashed 23 per cent from new funds requested by the State De partment and the United States Information Agency The committee criticized them both for what it called amazing and unprecedented personnel practices It refused to approve any money1 for new positions the two agencies requested and for con tinuance of 950 jobs established during the present fiscal year without prior consideration or ap propriations by Congress In a sharply worded report written by Rep Rooney the committee decried fiscal ir responsibility on the part of the State Department and irre sponsible handling of the taxpay ers money in connection with foreign programs financed with funds appropriated to the Presi dent Fiscal Year The report accompanied a bill recommending these appropria tions for the fiscal year starting July 1 State Department a cut of or almost 21 per cent from presidential re quests and less than was provided this year Information Agency a 26 per cent cut amount ing to and ess than was provided this year The committee stipulated that Voice of America overseas broad casts are not to be cut and cau tioned against propagandizing the American Funds appropriated to the Pres for international cultura and trade fair programs 000 a cut of or 41 per cent from requests and mil lions less than current year ap propriations 3 Cut Justice Department a three per cent cut amounting to but an increase of over current year money The FBI was allotted every dolla it requested including a 000 boost over this years funds Federal judiciary a five per cent cut of from requests but more than the courts had this year All the funds were embodied in an omnibus bill providing new appropriations of reduction of or per cent from requests and less than current yea funds If the House sustains the com mittees recommendations when Mail Service Cut to Stand Despite Increase in Funds tered 15 at Sioux City and Spen cer Among other cold spots were Lamoni and Council Bluffs with 16 Mason City 18 Dubuque 19 what this picture is all aboul she asked Six major television network shows both live and film quick and Burlington Cedar Rapids and ly switched their cameras away Waterloo 20 from such sedate stars as Grcer House Approves Bill to Hike Size of Road Patrol DES MOINES bill to in crease the size of the Iowa High way Patrol and provide a boost in salary was back before the Senate Friday for concurrence in House amendments The House passed the bill 992 Thursday with Reps Ivan Wells DBedford and Melvin Wilson RRockwell City casting the dis senting votes In amending the Senate bill the House increased the size of the patrol from 225 to 275 includ ing 23 drivers license examiners The Senate proposed a maximum 300 patrolmen The House accepted the Sen ates salary increase figure of a month plus a month ad ditional for each five years of service The salary increase would be financed by another bill which doubles the cost of drivers licenses Rep Wells said in opposing the maximum increase that the patrol couldnt put enough men on the highways to stop all deaths He said any increase would create a lot of expense from which the state would get no results After another night of James Stewart and Gary of the other car Leon well below I h ejCoopcr 19 an airman stationed at thejforecast indicated it would warmj As Miss Garson explained phil air base here and Dick slightly Saturday and more soiosophically Who can follow nigan HOT BARGAINS PITTSBURGH UP A fire turned a Quilting Business Sale into a Fire Sale at the United Shirt Shop Thursday it considers the bill and it may cut next week even will have boosted to its total cuts to dale this year or eight annual money bills AP Wirepholo DEATH Lynn Crabbe 20 daughter of TV and film actor Buster Crabbe died in her sleep at her Los Angeles home Crabbe said the girl had slowly starved to death as a re sult of an emotional disturbance which made food distastefvsl to her She weighed only 60 pounds The coroners office was planning an invesligalion Post Offices to Be Closed on Saturday WASHINGTON The House Appropriations Com mittee Friday voted to give the Post Office Department an extra million in a move to prevent prolonged cur ailment of mail services The committees action taken behind closed doors was by a vote reported as 3710 Despite the committee action there appears to be no chance o keep Post Offices open and maintain a regular mail delivery Saturday the first Saturday under Postmaster General Summer fields cutback order The postmaster general said he would not ift his cutback order until the ap was actually made Asked Friday whether the White House was considering any emer gency procedure to insure Satur lay mail deliveries Presidential rcss Secretary James C Hager replied The amount approved is mil Boundaries of Rockwell District Set The Cerro Gordo Countv School Board has sections of removed about six land from the pro Offers Measure to Cut Tax by Billion WASHINGTON high ranking Republican Friday jumped the gun on wouldbe con gressional tax cutters by offering his own bill to cut taxes bil lion Rep Richard M Simpson thirdranking Republican on the taxwriting Ways and Means Committee introduced a bill to lower both individual and corpora tion taxes as of Jan 1 The bill was put forward at a time when belief was growing in Congress that the Democrats were playing a waiting game before introduc posed reorganized Rockwell Con solidated School District The ac tion was taken after a hearing Thursday night on the reorgani zation plan The boundaries fixed by Ui board still would give the Rock well district about 13 sections i addition to its present area A hearing on the board change will be held at 8 April 26 a the Cerro Gordo County Court house If the boundaries are se definitely at that time an elec tion will be called Residents o the district then vote as to wheth er the redislricling will be carricc through New The new area Area left in the rcor ganization by the board decision takes in about 7V sections ir Mount Vcrnon Township includ ing Burchinal Also left in the pro posed new district are about 51 sections in Owen Township A area proposed for addition to th Rockwell district in Bath Town ship was removed from the dis trie as petitioned for ing their own tax reduction bill later this year Simpson said h i s bill force the spenders in govcrnjTownsnjp jt concerned a portion The board approved nearly ai objections filed Only one objec uou lion was overruled in Ml Vernon ion less than the Post Office Department requested and is for use during the next months t is million more than a sub committee had recommended af ter Summerfield said it would be necessary to halt Saturday mail delivery and cut back other postal services if he didnt get more money immediately Speedy Action The House will consider the Ap propriations Committees recom mendations Monday and is ex pected to approve them speedily so the Senate can act at once and get the bill to the President The new allotment would boost to the funds given the Post Office Department for the fiscal year ending June 30 Charman Cannon CDMo said the million which the House committee denied Summerfield in voting for S41 million instead of the million asked repre sented expenses for the purchase of equipment which could be de ferred or The committee sent no direc tive lo Summerfield involving continuation of the postal service but Rep Rooney DNY said he should rescind immediately his curtailment Further Cutbacks Summerfield has ordered fur ther cutbacks if Congress delays giving him the money or cuts his requests ment to economize His measurciof land owned by Maude and would increase to S650 from SGOOJwalcl Strand In Owen fo busincss areas to a They include the limi weekday mail delivery that Honorary Chairman The Duchess of Windsor should have had the evening made She was honorary chairman of the seasons flossiest charity shin dig and she and the duke were guests of honor at a table care fully positioned for the spotlight and all eyes The light went off it about half way through dinner Miss roe with her husband wright Arthur Miller slunk in1 fashionably late in a little ol black sequin gown and sat down among the ambassadors More than 30 photographers de serted the duchess table in a body They were followed at a pace only slightly more sedate by some of New Yorks most upper crust society dowagers waving programs for autographs The waiters couldnt get hrough with the next course for naif an hour The duchess had lad it Minnesota Bans Sunday Car Sales ST PAUL Minn UP Sunday sales of new and used automo biles are banned under a bili ap proved by the Minnesota Legisla ture It went into effect Friday Gov Orville Freeman decided Thursday night to permit the bill o become law without his signa ture the amount of taxexempt allowed a taxpayer for himself and each dependent It also would AP wircphoto SIGHT RESTORED Mrs Robert Neil Los Angeles holds a magazine for her husband who says hell never see enough sunshine birds and people now that his sight has suddenly been restored Neil went completely blind last year after an auto accident and he started taking courses in braille Now his sight has returned even though doctors had told him hed never see again Waterloo Youth Is Killed in Accident WATERLOO UP Richard Pries 20 Waterloo was killed Friday when his car went out of control on a curve on Iowa 57 about 5 miles west of Cedar Falls Police said Pries apparently fell asleep at the wheel After leaving the road the car travclcc about 200 feel before crashing into a ditch Pries died shorlly after being admitted to a Cedar Falls hospital BULLETIN LONDON M The United States proposed Friday that all production of fissionable mate rials after April 1 1958 be con fined to nonweapons purposes objection by Daniel and Carla was approved Others were over make an acrosstheboard reducruled tion of 5 per cent in income taxj 26 Objections linnn of two a day and rc c 10 ei rlucing window service to a maxi mum of 8 hours a clay begin ning Monday The suspension of third class mail service except rales on individuals and corpora Allnougn objections had beenifor certain medical items and lions The maximum tax on cap ital gains would be cut in from 25 per cent o filed only a handful of personsjban on the issuance of money or spoke at the hearing ders in all first and second class Don Johnson president of thePOsloffices would take effect Rockwell school board told the April 29 Earlier Summerfield said the initial cutbacks would mean that boundaries in view of objections permanent and parl Thc boards action removed evenjtimc employes would be forced more from Ihe reorganization jout of work ithan was recommended by John Summerfield has blamed t h e lson post offices current plight on a county board that his group would suggest a culling back of the Kiled objections in general rcaler mail volume than antici SAME BUck lag mean iratfto death in put 31 houril asked that the areas proposed a nced for ncw carriep addition to Hie Rockwell district for expanding urban and be left independent until sufhisuburban areas and an increase lime as they could be added loiin worker salary rates beyond other districts Iwhat was expected U S Preparing to Yield to Demands for Relaxation of China Trade Curbs By JOSEPH R SLEVIN New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON The United States is preparing lo yield to in sistent demands from its allies for a relaxation of free world curbs on Irade with Communisl China The move is being made only because Great Brilain France Japan and other trading countries have made il clear that Ihc cnlire free world control structure will fall apart unless the meeting of the 15nation economic pressure against are cased jsultalive group in Paris after theithe Mao TseTung government Western European and has completed its currenl re The at Ihe present time nese businessmen have been clamoring for an opporlunily lo Irade more freely with Commu nist China British Prime Min ister Harold Macmillan told Pres ident Eisenhower al Iheir reccnl Bermuda mccling lhal the United survey of the control arrangehas a flat embargo against trade ments The United Stales will with Communisl China The enter ministration intends to keep ad the the talks determined to press for embargo in full force even though the retention of the strongest posil expects to assent lo a softening sible sel of trade controls the international controls concessions lhal it makes lo ils al The free world controls arc de Kingdom cannol resist much will be made grudgingly signed lo deny strategic goods to er domestic demands for an easThe administration is while permitting a limited ing of restrictions lhal Ihc controls are hurting of peaceful trade The The chances in Hie free world j China and that it is to the ad vancurbs are enforced by agreement iconlrols will be hammered out the free world to maintain of 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