Mason City Globe Gazette, April 18, 1957

Mason City Globe Gazette

April 18, 1957

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 18, 1957, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL LXIII Drama Behind a Veto New Interest in Risky Art By ROBERT HOGAN DES MOINES Democratic governor has renewed interest in the sometimes risky art of vetoing bills Gov Herschel Loveless has vetoed two has threatened to do the same with a third one if he gels it He may not get the third one already passed by the Senate a sales lax bill of two andahalf per cenl for as one GOP leader said He apparently hasnt any qualms about a Theres an interesting little drama that goes with the process of each veto or has this session Governors Assistant After hes made up his mind on a veto the governor accord ing lo the state constitution must return the bill with his objections to the house in which it has origi nated Both bills vetoed lo date have originated in the House of so they have been returned there Each time they have been carried lo the presiding officer Speaker of the House W H Mooty by Robert Johnson he governors adminis trative assistant This week as he had done pre viously Johnson entered the rear of the chamber at and presented himself to the sergeant atarms who in turn quietly es corted the governors aide down front to the speakers rostrum where he was met by Bill Ken drick new chief clerk of the House p Delivers Message A message Che gover said the sergeantatarms to Kendrick in presenting Johnson I have bill here for the s4ud Johnson to Ken drick WiuTd you like me to give it to hfm asked the chief clerk No Ill give it to said Johnson Whereupon he walkec three paces to the speakers chair After return of the bill and the xreto statement Johnson retreated from the House chamber The speaker then called up the House majority flood leader Robert Car son to advise him of the returned bill with the veto There wasnt any need to advise the minority floor leader Merle Hagedorn for the Democrats already knew the bill was to be vetoed Other Leaders Carson then contacted other Associated Presi and United Press Full Lease Wires Seven Cents a Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 18 1957 This Paper Consists of Four No Itt House Acts on Speeding NightOnly LimitOKd Billion Slash Possible ke S GlobeGazette photo bv Gibbs COOPERATION PLEASE Chris Morgan discusses a matter of some importance with a friend of his Eas ter eggs should have some she as well as color he sug gests The bunny just looks thoughtful with Easter only three days off Chris 5 is the son of Mr and Mrs Don Morgan 2726 19th S W GOP leaders in the House chatted with Republican Publicist Abe Barron and an hour and 10 minutes later after the reading clerk had read the veto message announced the House Republicans would caucus in late afternoon He didnt say it on the floor but purpose of the caucus was to de termine whether the majority party should try to override the Democratic governors veto which they so decided Meantime the governor sent his twopage veto message to every member of the House and Sen ate a procedure I ha I is new In recent years Iowa governors un der similar situations have only notified the presiding officer of each House of the objections to the bill and lawmakers have heard the message read aloud but had to wait until next day to read it in the Senate and House jour nals a procedure which is also re quired fay the constitution Same Procedure Thc late Gov William S Beard si ey followed the procedure of Teamster Chiefs Deny Threats WASHINGTON m Three Teamsters Union business agents of the Scranton local denied under oath Thursday making threats and ordering violence as attributed to them by previous witnesses before the Senate Rackets Investigating Committee With their testimony the committee wound up its public in quiry into allegations of terrorism by union leaders in the Scranton area Chairman McClellan DArk said the entire record of the hear siey jonowcn me procedure i notifying the two presiding offiMcClellan told McNamara tors and Gov Leo A in committee staff already 1 i II i ihn In criin tie his term vetoed but one bill bul that action came after thc Legis laturc had adjourned sine die Newsmen had received the Loveless veto message in thcii regular 9 press conference but held its release until 11 at the request of the governor Both of the bills vetoed by Love less involved tax exemptions The first would have exempted farm ers from paying state sales tax on gas used in farm production and the latest measure which the governor turned down would have exempted transit systems in Iowa cities from payment of most state taxes BULLETIN WASHINGTON House to President Eisenhower Thursday a bill appropriating million for social security grants to states clearing the way for a 10day congressional vacation ing would be referred to the tice Department for a study ol possible perjury McCleilan noted the conflicting statements of persons charging acts of terrorism and denials by the union officials and de clared It is pretty obvious that some body is committing perjury We are trying to get the truth but we cant get the truth when witnesses come before the com mittee and In a last hour development it was disclosed the committee has asked the FBI why a Virginia manufacturer who allegedly made payoffs has not been in dicted along with union officials incited on charges of taking the money The disclosure came during questioning of Joseph McHugh one of the business agents of Teamsters Local 229 in Scranton McHugh said he is under feder al indictment on charges of re ceiVing several thousand dollars from E P Bettendorf a former Sandslon manufacturer of warehouse pallets for sale lo thc Tobyhanna Army Signal orps Depot The indictment charges McHugh and Robert Malloy also a busi ness agent for the same local with extortion of the money by use of threats and force and Sen McNamara DMich said during questioning of McHugh hat he was astonished the courts havent indicted the man who is alleged to have the has asked the FBI to give us some i a i Strauss said Thursday that latest explosion was at a site in Soviets Explode Big Atomic Device WASHINGTON govern ment said Thursday that Russia exploded on Tuesday a nuclear weapon which was one of the largest thus far in the current So viet Chairman Lewis L Strauss of the Atomic Energy Commission said this was the fifth in a series since April 3 Just last Saturday he had announced that 4 tests had been conducted in the previous 20 days DES MOINES h e House passed 9710 Wednesday its own version of highway speed limits The only limit would be 60 miles an hour from sunset to sunrise The measure now goes back to the Senate The Senate had ap proved limits of 70 in the daytime and 60 at night except when pass ing Before the final vole in the House there were two unsuccess ful attempts to rule out radar readings as evidence in speeding cases Commissioner Clinton jVIoyer of the State Safety Department com mented after the House passed Ithe bill Half a loaf is better than Lengthy Debate After lengthy debate the House adopted on a vote of 6240 an amendment by Rep J C Kaiser RRockwell to make the bill call for the night limit only His amendment was substituted for one proposed by Rep W D Dar rington Darringtons proposal was that the bill be put back in its original form before I it passed the Senate That would have set up limit of G5 in the daytime 55 at nigh and the minimum of 35 on pri mary roads 50 at all times on secondary roads and 70 on super highways Rep Andrew From melt DDu buque attempted lo amend the bill to prohibit Ihe use of all ra dar or similar electrical devices He said he is opposed lo fellows hiding behind billboards and us ing Question Witness From melt argued also that the state constitution gives the ac cused the right to be confronted by a witness and the opportunity to question a witness Rep Henry Stevens RJeffer son in opposing the From melt proposal said Whenever yoi start to handcuff officers of the ts Way duce Budge law you are handicapping en The From melt amendment lost on a voice vote Rep Donald Doyle DSioux tried unsuccessfully to amend the bill to prohibit use of radar readings as evidence bul o permit the use of such inform tion as corrobative evidence He said he wanted to discourage the expenditure of thousands of dol ars for inaccurate speed devices which are judge jury and Central SAME Black lac meani raffle dealh In pasl I hours in i engineering department explains the fantastic new guidance system on a mock guided missle Heart of the svstem which Jad m series of gyroscopic devices moui ed EDGAR SAYS DontWant to Cause a Breach7 WASHINGTON Eis enhower says a breach in our amily is he last thing that could ver Edgar the Presidents older brother also said Wednesday night I want to make it very plain here are no differences between my brothers and me We can clif er on a friendly basis and no rancor is He caused quite a stir earlier his week when he was quoted as rifiming the size of the Presi ents budget Liberal Influence When the President was asked Veclnesday about this and About The Weather Mason City Cloudy and foggy and mild Thursday night low 4852 Showers and occasional thunderstorms Friday high 6670 Iowa Showers and scattered thunderstorms Thursday nighl and Friday Warmer Friday Low Thursday night in 50s Minnesota Cloudy showers Globe Gazelle weather up lo 8 Thursday data 414 VOTE Rest Home Licensing Bill Passes Revision of Laws Needed Congress Gets New Letter WASHINGTON UP President Eisenhower spelled out for Con gress Thursday how it can cut appropriations by but he still said there can be no substantial reduction in actual spending unless Congress revises or repeals some laws In a letter to House Speaker Rayburn the President listed half la dozen places for possible econo mies These the White House said might bring about a slash of to 450 million dollars in spend ing in the fiscal year starting July Given continuation of healthy economic growth and of fixed ex penditure control these figures combined will begin to lay a firm fiscal foundation for the time when we can be sufficiently as sured that our income will so ex ceed our expenses as to justify a reasonable tax cut for every tax payer while we continue to re duce the governments No Timetable Eisenhower however laid out no timetable for a possible tax reduction In addition to suggesting places for whacking appropriations the President proposed that Congress lake steps to improve the budge tary situation through a 10point legislative program Many of the poitils such as boosting postal DKS MOINES W A bill Juauu ighlen up the licensing inspecjiates he had mentioned before Iowa Man Killed in Minnesota Crash WELCOME Minn UPi An Es therville Iowa man was killed early Thursday in a flaming car crash near a railroad viaduct mile west of here The body of Wellington H Pe terman 34 identified as manager of the Gardston Hotel in Esther ville was found 50 feet from his burning car Sheriff William Mu segades said Petermans car missed a curve as it came off an overpass on Highway 16 The ve hide struck a guard rail post near the viaduct plowed into a ditch and struck an abandoned driveway GOLFING VACATION WASHINGTON UP Presi dent Eisenhower flew to Augusta Thursday for a golfing va cation of about 10 days 6431 Vote Rep John Duffy DDubuque supported Doyle by citing the con stitutional provision concerning witnesses and said You cant put a radar on thc witness stand and The Doyle amendment lost on thilt Edgar was disi vote of 6431 j turned about ho liberal influence Kaiser in the final argument MiUon and sherm IK behalf of his amendment de clared The majority must al ways suffer for the misdemeanors of Ihe minority It is impossible to pass a speed law which would salisfy Maximum Wednesday 63 Minimum Wednesday night 41 At 8 Thursday 53 Precipitation Trace YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum told his news conference good humoredly Few Visitors in Jerusalem for Easter tion and regulation of nursing and homes was passed by the Iowa Senate Thursday and re turned to the House for concur rence in an amendment The bill defines a nursing home as one which provides skilled nursing care and related medical services for two or more people A custodial home is defined as an institution which provides hous ing and food and other services for two or more persons who are not in need of nursing care but are unable to care for themselves Amendment Passes TMTKD PRFSS Edgar has been me V no r celebrate since I was 5 years old Christians throughout the world Easter this week in church and in a variety of Iradi in But there also were new ones Imposition of user charges on airlines for example for use of federal airway facilities and nav igation aids Rejection of new driver and harbor projects not approved by the Army Board of Engineers and not reviewed by the affected states and all interested parties Projection of the costs for fu ture years and reappraisal of the necessity before any unbudgeted programs are adopted Individual Hems Granting he President author The Senate adopted an amendlly items in ap merit which would allow a nursing proprntion bills Various presi home lo care for up tolhree havo advocated that tients or a custodial home to Prcsiflont tan veto only an en care of up to four patients purchasing a stole license Sonu requests for appropria f 1 i j Milton Eisenhower another of the President is head But in Jerusalem where by Christian teaching Christ was Jof Johns Hopkins University and hometimcs has been consulted 1 Td various hv wfrom lho dpad 924 yeats 110 Jews and ecutive Sherman Adams is Jews enhownrs ton have casl a shadow enhosvers top aide Stag Dinner Edgar a Tacoma at lorney attended a White Houseiis the smallest the Christian pilgrimages of Holy Week The number of Eastern visitors The bill is the outgrowth of he said can be postponed nursing home fire in damage to the Bluffs Feb in which 16 involved Specifically died ne mentioned It would give the Sin to Health L A reduction in Department control over the for hc notary aid part of censing and regulation of mutual security program homes Custodial homes would he 2 milllon cufor mili licensed and inspected by lhetary publlc works county board of social welfare in A milllon slash foi the the county in which such a home1 blk Cut he al in a long time stag dinner Wednesday night Only about along with brother Milton and acome from number of other guests of about last year persons have overseas comparer President T amr Later 111 old that Dwight and Milfon kidding ly gave me some advice aboul dealing with the Edgar said the only mention 1 Bul liie familiar an interviewer win hc ceremonies Thursday aflernoon a proces sion made its way lo the room in which Jesus is said lo have served miu VJ1I1V JMfJIUUJI I of Ihe budget during the eveningihe On Goocl thou ON WAY TO WHITE HOUSE Mr and Mrs Eisenhower enter their car onroute to the White House and a supper with Kdprars younger brother President Eisenhower Edtfar admitted his criticism of Dwijrhts proposed federal budget had gotten him into hot came at a family gathering be fore the dinner when Dwisht made a remark hat all have gone He asked me if expenses Friday thousands will carry crosses in procession down in my office were thc same as last Edgar said I an Dolorossa the route Jesus On Sunday sunrise services will be held in bolh the new and old cities of Jerusalem wilh a united ready had proposed toCongress 4 A million reduction in new License fees for nursing homes authority for he federal i national mortgage assn Housing Program 5 A similar S25 million cut for is located License Fees fees for would be year for I hose havi ing 10 beds or less I hose with 10 to beds S3 cense is issued swered I couldnt compareservce lakinS m the garden them because Im moving the the tomb Olllsidc thc walls of fice i Ihe old oily in Jordan When he was asked by a news man if hc had anything more to TO ATTEND CASALS say about Ihe administrations HOUSTON Tex Dr Paul budget Edgar replied Dudley White left Thursday fnri SIOUX CITY I want to forget the whole Puerto Rico lo famiHead 71 Sioux thing as fast as 1 mis cellist Pablo Casals The Rut lie stressed that lie hasnt yearold musician has suffered changed his a attack car on a annually for those having between101 college housing program 25 and 75 beds for 75 to 150 beds and S50 for all others For custodial homes the annual license fees would be if the home has fewer than 10 beds for 10 to 25 beds for 25 to 75 beds S20 for 75 lo 150 beds and for all others The stale fire marshal would be required o inspect the prem ises of both nursing and custodial homes to make sure the premises comply with fire safety regula tions and standards before a li Sioux City Man Hit by Auto Is Killed T dierl Thurs City street A reduction of million for the Army Corps of Engineers In addition Eisenhower said Ihe appropriations bills originate wish to take a look at the possibility of withholding million for Army procurement and production He said this would be at the expense of efficient programming and merely would postpone the request for thc sum for another year Eisenhower said another pos sible reduction of 300 million dol lars could bo made in the amount budgeted for unexpected expenses of thc government All these items add up to the The President said that sub stantial reduction in his proposed budget for fiscal 1958 cannol In made unless Congress revises Ihe government to spend cific sums for specific ;

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