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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 12, 1958, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited or MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME VOL 97 Associated Press and United Press International Full Lease 7c py MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY DECEMBER 12 1958 Pa pur Conulm of Two No SI Advocate Economic Overhaul Final Report by Committee Full Report on Page 3 DES MOINES W Wholesale overhaul of Iowas state and loca governments as a necessary basii for future economic and social de velopment was recommended Fri day by the Governors Commis sion on Social and Economi Trends In itsfinal report lo Gov Ilei schel Loveless the commission laid out a massive blueprint con taining more than 70 recommen dations for making the slate better place in which to live Grinnell College President How ard Bowen commission chair man said the group feels the uation is one of urgency be cause economic and social growth of the slate has lagged THE COMMISSION warned that many of its recommendations will cost money and may require tax increases But it said losva clearly can support the best in government and social services The real ques tion is whether we can afford not to embark upon a broad program of community betterment facing the tax problem frankly and The commission urged estab lishment of an Office of Slate Planning lo formulate and carry oul longrange programs for ad vancement in all fields It said it regarded this as its most im portant recommendation j IT ALSO proposed far reaching innovations in industrial develop ment agricultural programs edu cation community development betterment of labor water power sources and other fields While its report was harsh in part it noted that Iowa is an attractive place to live and to rear a family And it said Iowa has a promising future The committees survey of the state included a hard look at the Iowa scene It didnt par ticularly like what it saw EXCEPT in the larger cities the format of modernday com munity life in much of Iowa has just it said Com munity and countryside have adopted themselves haphazardly to changing circumstances with relatively iittle organized plan The commission of more than 100 members was set up by Gov Loveless to draft recommenda tions aimed at curing Iowas present ills and prepare for sound future development The members served without pay and even supplied their own travel ex penses The group is made up of many of the able minds on the Iowa scene including leaders in in dustry agriculture education and church affairs Those serving an the commission included Mrs L W Swan son Mason City Robert Thomson Charles City Ailert G Olson and C E Bieder man Osage Clash of Power in South Want Records of Voting Plan Reply to Soviet Threat MONTGOMERY Ala W A federal versus slate power clash loomed Friday on a federal j courts demand thai an Alabama judge and five voter registrars show their records to the Civil Rights Commission Afler District Court orders were issued Thursday rapidfire de velopments indicated further pos sible difficulty for the yearold federal agcnep probing com plaints of discrimination against Negro voters Macon County Registrars E GOP in Biennial Caucus DICS MOJNES Livingston and Grady Rogers two of the five who silently de two 1 numerdally fewe WI l f prclcftlslu The Roy Will sons of Burlington have a dog named Ruffles and she has eight new daughters and two The Willsons have three daughters and one son That makes 17 in the WiUson house a big number when it comes to buying Christmas presents Left to right are Con fied the commission at its firstUve caucus here Saturday hearing Monday and Tuesday a resigned on grounds they were eing intimidated mc Found in Debris of New Hampton Home Victims on Relief NEW HAMPTON Welfare fice here have reported finding a box containing about in cash in the burned home of Elizabeth Brown 89 and her 70 The Browns who had lived as recluses the past several years had been on the county relief rolls Their small frame house near the business district was burned Wednesday night The fire was discovered by a passing motorist the Rev How ard Bremer on his way home from a church meeting Mrs Brown an invalid was found dead in a downstairs bed room Her son was found dead sitting on a box in the base ment with his hands folded in his lap Acting coroner Dr Paul Richmond New Hampton pro nounced the deaths due to suf focation There will be no in quest Firemen report having found the back door propped open by a chair when they ar rived The house was filled with stacks of old newspapers books and periodicals Some were dated 1903 1905 and 1308 Fire smoldered in this accumulation throughout the night and broke out again twice Thursday after noon House president pro lempore o Hie Semite majority floor leaders of both houses and a patronage THEY SAID they would lo parcel oul jobs orders to appear at a second I the various employes of the Lcgj in iicarigg here before the 750 500 250 FUND it i n 11 n Ominous Tone on Berlin Kium mm VVIKK SERVICES WASHINGTON President Ei senhower and Secretary of State John Foster Dulles Friday put the finishing louehcs on a U S proposal for Allied strategy to keep Berlin oul of Communist hands The Presidents meeting wilh look place a few hours CruiKlmulhm lliib Kllmrr llutlul Clrrtt Auxiliary commission or a subcommittee Senate Republicans also are Dec lo set up a Committee on But they said We arent reKXommitlees to assure Ihe islrars any more and no recordscontrol of committees in the arc in our What House though some are re fect this may have on the lo be opposed to Ihe idea Vim In mrmiuy Unmilr lian tigution had not been THIS TASK normally is han Refusal to obey the ordersl tllc iiculcnimi could bring contempt citations nu majority is and possible penalties of impris expccted lo assign the task lo a onment or fines This would be commiltcc this lime because LI at the courts decision Edward McManus A PROMISE of vigorous opof Keokuk is a Dcmoirnl A meel posilion to the ccnirf orders of GOI Scnale from Alabama Ally Gen ohnMlMinils Iasl weekend failed to Pallcrson who will take oul Irlhlclirin I miles Alii riii TOTAL niTAI ID DA II before the secretary left by air for Paris and a Sunday session with the foreign ministers of Britain France and West Ger many 70yearold secretary spent past week in Walter Reed rmy Hospital for treatment of n inflamed colon His doctors lid he recovered sufficiently to lake Ihe Paris trip without en aiigcring his health AMOUNT II VINCI DAVS coni jniiUcc assignments There may also be an effort in it caucus to set a general Re as governor next month The box of money was found The 37yearold official upon in a closet between the advice the registrars kepi room and Ihe kitchen The silent al the hearing said he was publican policy on budget and lax money was scorched but not iponsidering intervention in ihemaUers destroyed Among other things of a motion lo set aside Ihe RE p VERN LISLE Clarinda carried out of the house were orders issued by Dist Judge dresser drawers filled with new clothing many things still car rying price tags Funeral services for Mrs Frank M Johnson Jr with the ad dition to Livingston and Rogers were Circuit Judge George C Brown and her son were held Wallace of Clayton Regis Friday afternoon at Perrys trars J W Spencer and W A Chapel here Burial was in Graceland Cemetery The Rev Harry Stickle of the First Bap tist Church officiated Stokes of Barbour County and M P Evans of Bullock County Wallace who would only say he U N Again Votes to Condemn Russ on Hungary Situation UNITED NATIONS N Y The General Assembly Fri day voted a new condemnation ol the Soviet Union and the puppcl Hungarian regime for continued repression of Hungarian people The action came after a stormy debate in which the Soviet bloc Mason City Generally fair through Saturday continued cold Highs Saturday 510 Lows LONDON UPP 4 in Balloon Heading Out Over Atlantic SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE anary Islands A small balloon took off Wednesday with iour daring Britons aboard in an attempt to cross tbe Allanlic The balloon The Small World a crew of four Arnol Beaupre Eiloart a British busi nessman who is expedition chief his son Timothy a Cambridge student and radioman Colin Mudie pilot and his wife Rose mary copilot photographer and 28 north to 36 south Normal lows 12 north to 18 south Slow ly moderating temperatures during the period Precipitation Lovelesses in London Gift Spree was conferring with his attorney about the federal order refused even to appear at the first hear ing As a state judge he said he is immune from federal investi gations and Rep LeRoy Chalupa Pleas nnt IMain arc avowed for speaker of the House Lisle is reported to be the likely win ner Rep Clark McNcal Hel Cheer Funds Theme Give manifold touch o u m so man places But surcl none can surpas he happiness tha is derived from giv ing of ourselves If help others particularly Ihos mond is being mentioned forlunnlc ihan Olirseivcs Friday night 610 below Iowa Fair and continued cold Friday night and Saturday Lows Friday night 10 below north to zero south Highs Sat urday 5 north to 15 south Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees be low normal Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs cook THE DESTINATION ii Barba dos in Ihe Brilish West Indies miles away Eiloart expects the crossing to take from 10 days to three weeks but the party has concen food for three months If success ful it will be the first freeballoon Crossing of the Atlantic j Under the patronage of Prince Philip husband of Britains Queen Elizabeth II Ihe flight is to study weather conditions and wind curj said the Governor of Iowa my feet It had been a long day of heavy Christmas shopping in Londons department stores for Herschel C Loveless and the attractive first lady of Iowa They had start ed out at 10 and didnt get back to their hotel roorrr at Gros vcnor House until late afternoon GOV AND Mrs Loveless ar rived here after several daysr each in Paris and Rome follow ing an official visit to Israel where the Governor dedicated a floor leader Sen Jack Schroeder Daven port reportedly lias the inside track for floor leader of the upper house Sens D C Nolan of Iowa City floor leader in the last ses sions Frank lloxie Shcnandonh and J Kendall Lynes Plninfield arc possibilities for president pro tern pore This is the appeal of the Christ mas Cheer Fund This is the ap peal that hns brought xifls from hundreds even thousands of do nors every year at Christmas AMERICAN officials said the our Western powers were firm y agreed on the necessity lo re ed in blunt terms Russias de nand that Ihe Big Three pull heir troops out of West Berlin nd agree to eslablishn cut Ihere of a demilitarized free However they have yet to of Christ agree on what kind of counter proposal to send in an effort lo sidelrack Premier Nikkta Khrushchevs Berlin campaign and get him to discuss anew the broad problems of German reuni fication and European security Meanwhile Russia Thursday night stepped up its war of nerves on Berlin by indicating it might urn the Eastern sector of the city ivcr to the German Communists before Ihe June 1 deadline set earlier unless the West comes to crms lime Never in the 33 years of its existence has the Cheer Fund failed of its objective With the help of generous minded people in this community we are con session Though Republicans hole a mafidenl it will reach the jorily in both houses their this year hers have shrunk since the last The list above shows Ihe wide reach of that voted to make donations to the FundIf the Cheer Fund follows the pattern of others years which we are confident it AMES classified many other groups as well a ad appeared Friday in the Iowaindividuals will join in the proj State Daily student newspaperlcct to push the total above the at Iowa State College goal SLAVE DRIVER husband will be in Ames over Christmas holidays Working wife Call desires work for him Bring or send your gift to the GlobeGazette Send it to CHRISTMAS CHEER Care GlobeGazette Mason City Iowa countries vigorously opposed the resolution sponsoredby the United States and 36 other na tions The Soviets made it clear they would ignore the move just THE BALLOON is 46 feet In diameter with a capacity for 000 cubic feet of hydrogen It is made of reinforced plastic Be 11 at Elkader Light Snow in the crew or as a lifeboat should JoWO ForGCCSt slung a platic long and feel wide which serves as a gondola for he balloon be forced down will average onetenth to oneiforcst paid for by contributions fourth inch occurring as interOf Jewish citizens of the state ofl mittent snow Iowa Mrs Loveless was slill bolhered with a cold picked up during their rainy visit to Paris The 47yearold Governor how ever was having the lime of his life roaming through the delivering quips about his wifes buying habits and his troubles re mcmbering how many shillings iti takes to make a dollar SOME SAMPLES of the guber natorial wit i As his wife began searching for the right counter to shop for knit goods You look at the sweaters I and Ill look at the j On Mrs Loveless shopping technique She can unerringly walk right to the highest priced con tinued cold High Saturday zero to 10 above GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 Precipitation 12 8 5 Trace of snow fS The crew plans to drift along Light snow in scattered counlcY Thovn P S4 10 IS ah nt aboul 1000 fect sitling facc with lnc indication that it would On nis appearance in the mir t face hvo abrcast in the Sonbecome more general over wcaring an English bowler The Hungarian problem Friday night and Salurdava derhy nalwhich nis wifc in brought to the during the Hungarian uprising in 1956 one of the last big issues beforej the current session of the 81na tion Assembly INJURIES FATAL MARENGO MVE E Dutch Coover 68 Iowa County farmer died at an Iowa City hospital Thursday of a fractured skull suf fered in a fall from the cabof his truck on a county road north Wednesday was the weather picture for hc lry on Mv con Temperatures throughout would disown me if they istate were below zero Friday could see imorning Among the lowest rei The Governor did buy a new ported was 11 below at Elkader j conventional hat and patent It was 8 below at Spencer and leather shoes lo wear for his in THE RUSSIANS also warned hal if Brilain France and the United States should try to force their way through German Com munist territory to Redencircled West Berlin it would be consider ed an act of war by Ihe Soviet Union and the satellites allied with her in the Warsaw Pact American officials character the renewed Russian blasts as designed to shake the deter minalion of lhc Allies lo stand firm on the Berlin crisis They predicted the Moscow effort would fail completely Tbe State Department said the United States would not be de terred by Soviet threats from de fcndings its rights in Berlin Waukon Woman 101 to Get Her First OldAge Payment WAUKON Ml When Annie Ryan lOiyearold Waukon resi jdcnl learned her first federal so cial security check is being mailed this week she said Fine Now Ill have some I money for my old i A 1958 amendment to the so j jciai security act made Mrs Ryan eligible to qualify for benefits No longer is a dependent parent Tj disqualified from receiving a de ceased sons benefits if a widow survives Mrs Ryan has been bedridden with a broken hip but is bright cyed and alert A widow since i 1933 she was supported by a son i William until he died in 1954 and then by the sons widow Her first federal check will be for Mason City 7 below at Cedar Rapids 6 below at Davenport and 5 below at DCS Moines Lenox and Dubuque Lamoni was auguration January DOESNT LIKE SPOONS GLAD TIDINGS Some 500 teenagers SAME IraffU in pust 24 hours due o be from zero in the north to 10 above in the southwest from 13 Mason City churches will re enact this scene over and over Sunday from 6 oclock on The occasion will be the second annual Christmas Carolcade As for disorderly conduct Fridav they carol in the Junior Chamber of Corn are after officers testified he used mercesponsored project the youths will seek donations to the GlobeGazette MEMPHIS Tenn UPDCle Ihe warmest with a reading Harold Hilt 36 was fined 2 below Saturday mornings lows the barrel of a pistol to stir his coffee in a restaurant uuj idt m VT Christmas Cheer Fund This group is from St Johns Episcopal Church Hold ing the Christmas Cheer container for the carolers is tiny Jullie Airne Lilley The singers are from left Anne Marie Olson Barbara Naif eh Nancy Phillip Louise Sherriffe Nancy Longley Donna Davenport Abbie de Buhr Bernard Bran dau and Michael Lilley We Need a News Correspondent in KENSETT Do You Have Nose for News Do You Like to Write If interested please get in touch with State Editor GlobeGazette We will send you all details
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