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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 7, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TMI NIWSPAFIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH I 0 WA N S N El G H O R S HOME EDITION VOL AssocUltd Prtit United Full ic Copy MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7 19S TWi Two n 86th Congress Opens Lines Drawn Mikoyan Begins His Tour Mixed Reaction at Cleveland CLEVELAND ft Anastas I Mikoyan No 2 man of the Krem lin arrived in Cleveland Wednes day to start a 13day coastto coast four lie bustled off a plane and down a double line of police Several hundred picketing nation ality groups were blocked back by ropes Mikoyan tipped his hat as he got off a Capital Airlines plane about five minutes after it ar rived at Then he hur ried inside the concourse gales to hold a brief news conference be fore leaving the airport Cyrus Eaton Cleveland indus and his wife greeted Mi koyan Mrs Ealon speaking in Russian j MIKOYAN told her it was very good lo speak Russian wilh and soucitously advised the 75 yearold Ealon who will be his host here lhat he should wear a hat on his whitehaired head lesl he catch cold The minkcoaled Mrs Eaton who is crippled by polio and was in a wheelchair presented Miko yan and several olher members in his parly of eight wilh red and white they had entered the concourse for Ihe news conference On behalf of Premier Nikita Khrushchev Mikoyan extended Ealon personal greetings Eatons statements Mikoyan said bear teslLmony thai people represent ing different syslems of govern ment can Jive logelher peace Several hundred Iron Curlain country nationality groups had gathered al Ihe airport They car ried such signs as Mikoyan your hands are red with Russian NEW CAKRIEK TO HE John Corbin New York shields his cars irom the cold as he looks over the Brooklyn shipyard where the nations newest and bijrjresfc carrier the Independence will be commissioned Saturday The jvianL million ship displaces tons and has a canted flight deck feet long The bigcamel has everything including1 ladies powder rooms This that therd are going to be any women manning theBig 1 but jusl that the Navy thinksof everything The powder rooms are for the comfort of any women who visit the ship when ever itis in port Ihotoias N Ml DURING THE flight sat be side Soviet Ambassador Mikhai Menshikov who read him new from New York and Washington newspapers A dimpled airline slewardcss Miss Rila Sylvester 23 of Wes Warwick R served Ihe 63 yearold Mikoyan a breakfast o scrambled eggs and bacon anc he told her it was very good Mikoyan inspected the cockpi of the Vickers Viscount and talked wilh the pilot George Donnaho 34 Falls Church a airlines veteran and copilot Bill Patchen Arlington Va After an overnight stay here a the guest of millionaire Eaton Mikoyan will go on to Detroit and the West Coast before returning to Washington Jan 19 for lalks wilh President Eisenhower Mason City Cloudy with occa sional snow flurries Wednesday night lows 1824 Mostly cloudy a little colder Thursday highs 1520 Iowa Considerable cloudiness scattered snow flurries lows 2 northwest to 22 southeast Wed nesday nighl Fair west most ly cloudy east alittle colder Thursday high 15 northeast to 30 southwest Fiveday will average generally near normal Wednesday night through next Monday Normal highs 26 north to 33 south Normal lows 8 north to 15 south Colder Thursday arifi Saturday Warmer Friday and Jate Sunday and Monday Precipitation will be light oc curring in scattered drizzle or light snow Wednesday night and Thursday with more precipila tion expected again about Sun day Minnesota Flurries colder High Thursday 5 lo 15 I Six Iowa Inspectors Lose Jobs DES MOINES Iffi v The low Jommerce Commission unde Democratic control for the firs time in nearly 20 sb nspectors in the motor transpor alion division Wednesday A seventh inspector Edga Koch Sioux City resigned The commission also announcer change in its executive secre ary Leo Wolfinger who has been ecrelary was transferred to the motor transporlalion division as assislanl superinlendent George McCaughan who preceded Wolf inger as secretary was returned to the job HAROLD HUGHES Sloan new Democratic commissioner said the six inspeclors discharged were Frank Dielz Cedar Rapids John T Rowan Eagle Grove El mer D Springer Jefferson Claire Blencoe Ralph Wolfe OUumwa and Ben H Drumm Muscaline Koch resigned in order lo buy Hughes rate and tariff service Eugene Powers superintendent of the motor transportation divi sion resigned last week ALL THE dismissals are effec ive Jan 15 except thai of Wolfe vho will leave Jan 31 Kochs csignation also is effective Jan 1 CHANGE IN RULES NECESSARY Iowa Republicans Propose to Eliminate or Combine 8 of 39 Standing Committees KEOKUK Republican plans lo eliminate eight of the Iowa Senales 39 slanding com millees has been outlined in a letter o Democrat Edward J McManus Keokuk lieutenant governorelect McManus said Wednesday the letter was sent him by Sen Jack Schroeder Senate majority leader and chairman of a special sixman GOP policy committee Under the proposal Mc Manus said hree committees Reform Mines and Mining and Public Corpora be eliminated en tirely The others would be combined he said The proposal apparently was mapped out al rccenl meetings held in Des Moines by the GOP policy committee McManus said any atlempl lo cut Ihe number of Senate sland ing committees would require a change in the rules Senate majority He com menled Frankly I havent had time to think if over Bui I certainly think there should be some combining of committees whether this many however I dont McManus who doesnt take office officially until Thursday Jan 15 said he assumed thai if Ihe Senate docs change the rules it will be before he takes otfice The Legislature co n v e n c s next Monday but Republican LI Gov William Nicholas will handle Ihe Senale reins unlil McManus is sworn in Nicholas was defealed in Ihe June primary in his bid for Ihe GOP gubernatorial nominalion McManus snid Schroedcrs suggested eliminating the Aeronautics Motor Vehicle and Railroad Committees and combining them under one committee called Transporta tion The Board of Parole Commit tee would be combined under he Board of Control Commit tee the Iowa Development and Interstate CoOperation Com mittees would be joined under the Iowa Development Commit tee and the Public Libraries and Public Lands and Build ings Committees would be combined under one Public Lands and Buildings The Senate is now composed of 33 Republicans and 17 Dem ocrats Dielz has been Ihe chief inspec or for Ihe Iransporlation divi ion al a salary of per year he field inspeclors Ihere hav een 17 of them draw a bas alary of annually Hughes said Ihe inspeclors be ng discharged are all Republi ans but the dismissals were no based on politics They were made in an effort to improve the efficiency of the com Former Justice Powers Dies DENISON ft Former Iowa Supreme Court Justice Leon Wai ter 70 died after a heart attack at here Tuesday nighl He served on the Supreme Court from 1934 to and ear lier had been a member of the House vof Representatives from 1918 unlil 1922 Born in Websler Counly he was a member of the law firm of Powers and Reimer and had served as a judge in the World War II war crimes trials in Ger many Funeral services are pend ing v INJURIES FATAL j IOWA CITY GlobeGazette weather data upiSchutlcrle 2 UPf Danny V i n t o n died to 8 Wednesday Maximum 24 Minimum v 10 At 16 Wednesday of extensive brain in juries suffered in a onecar ac cident near South English on Dec 1 Fortune Tellers Nick Man for DUBUQUE UPi Two women ailed at the home of David J ones 72 at Epworth Tuesday aying they heard he had some jrniture lo sell They suggeslcd elling his fortune Jones let one oman hold his hand the other is wallet He told officers Ihcy returned his wallet before leaving but S300 of the SGOO he had in it was missing SAME Black flat meant Irafflo death in pall 21 houri May Drop Limit on Legislature Term ST PAUL move is underway lo eliminate the 90day limit on the term of the Minne sola Legislature State Sen Hom er Carr Proctor says the pres ent limit is unrealistic although it was fine JOO years ago when live Legislatures duties were limited Carr is introducing a joint resolution which would ex Lend Ihe lerm as far as the mem bers feel necessary Redistrict Proposal Submitted DES MOJNES Gov ernors Committee on Renppor lionment made its finiil report to Gov Ilcrschel C Loveless Wednesday and called for re districting of the lown Legists lure to bring fair representa tion into slate government Frank Nye Cedar Jlapids com mittee chairman said rciippnr tionmcnt will be the most basic question before Ihe Legislature during the fl5 session UNDER THE plan ship in the House of Representa tives would be based on popula tion while representation in the Senate would be bnsed primarily on area with some weight given to population The plnn called for dividing the stale into representative districts of approximately lo each based on 1958 populalion es imalos Some of the smallest counties would be joined into Iwo counly districts nnd would be represented by only one rcprc senlalive Each of Iowas coun lies now has at leasl one repre sentative Halleek Dirksen Chosen Many Issues on Docket WASHINGTON W Tlic now Congress convened Wednes day already torn by wrangling over Republican leadership posts and the ground rules for si loom ing new bailie on civil rights The bang of gavels in Senate and House chambers al noon hunched Hie session before packed galleries gay with Ihc jrighl I r e s s c s of admiring women of the members Bui bencnlli Iht5 normal hearts and flowers atmosphere collec tive blood pressures were seldom higher for an opening session SENATE Republicans had jusl come from a party caucus where the old guard put down an in surgent rebellion and named Sen Everett M Dirksen a IflM supl porter of the late Sen fioberl A Taft of Ohio as party floor lead er House Republicans were split right down the middle as the re sult of a scrap Tuesday that saw Hep Joseph W Martin ousted as party leader after 20 years nl the helm Named to re place him was Rep Charles A llallcck And senators of both parlies were taking sides for a possibly prolonged battle over the bodys rules The issue whether lo make it easier to cut off filibusters the endless debate that backers of more federal protection foi Negro voling rights have con tended is the main weapon used to defeat such legislation ONLY House Democrats tightly under control of Speaker Sam Rayburn were without any raging f c tr d s for the moment Sen Lyndon Johnson of Texas was reeicctcd Senate Democratic CHARLES HALLECK EVERETT DIRKSEN Nye said the committee decided to divide the state into districts to make each legislator responsible as nearly as possible to the same number of UNDER THE plan would haVe between 123 and Vll members on the basis of todays population estimate 11 now has 108 The Senate would have54 mem bers compared with the present 50 members The plan called for giving the nine most populous counties one senator each and di leader al a party meeting Jlslbe fore Ihc Senate convened lie has held the post since Dirksen won the Senate GOP leadership over Sen John Slier man Copper of Kentucky by a 20H vote with all 34 Republican senators participating By a si mi lar 20J4 margin Sen Thomas II Kuchcl of California was cbosci whip or assistantfloor leader Kuchel who won over Sen Kar Mundt of South Dakota was the candidate for a group of senators who opposed election of Dirksen as leader THE 86TH Congress became the largest in historywhen Alaskas Iwo senators and one representa tive look their oaths of office The delegation from the stale swells congress lo 436 members and 08 senators Freeman Asks Expansion of Services ST PAUL Orvillc Freeman was inaugurated for a term Wednesday nnd called upon he lawmakers o find new revenue for an expected record budget of million Freeman proposed a program of expanded state services in the rields of education welfare basi icss development conservation and highways and waterways HE SAID his budget message next week will include recommen dations on how slate revenues can be increased The proposals arcs expected to include a slale in come tax withholding plan and lo eliminate the deduction on stale income lax returns of fed eral tax payments He urged the lawmakers to con vince Mimicsolans that taxes are really necessary HE SAID if is our joint re sponsibility lo make sure that the people of our state face the fact hat government services and rev enues arc but two sides of the same The Governor also plugged for traditionally backed by House liberals but opposed by conserva tives They arc legislative reap The Alaskan ceremonies fea tured a custom that has not been seen here for 47 years Officials look a small wooden box out of the dust of a Senate storeroom and placed it before Sens Ernest Grucning and E L Bartlctl both Democrats Grucning who won a coin loss with his colleague Tuesday put his band in first to pull out one viding the remaining 00 counties K thrce into Iwocounly districls with one senator foY each district The proposal which has been drawn into bill form would make rcapporlionment mandatory every 10 years beginning wilh Ihc clcclion of 1064 Loveless said he endorsed Ihc plan Cold War Blame Put on Stalin WASHINGTON W The United States told the Soviet Union ami the world Wednesday Ibat Joseph Stalin nol Winslon Churchill started the cold war It said Ihc Soviet Union not ROOM FULL OF MUD Joseph Whit man Los Angeles contractor takes a neighbor girl on a tour of his mudfilled home in Benedict Canyon The lower floor of the home was deluged with silt AP Photofax and debris up to the keys of the grand piano and top of the davenport lower right during a rainstorm Slopes above the home weredenuded last week by a brushfire the Western powers who wrecked cooperation in Germany at the end of World War II In a 53page booklet on Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchevs drive o oust the Western powers from Berlin the United Stales picked his paper The slips de termined the length of the new senators four or two years Grucning picked the four year slip Barllelt the two year slip Krupp Now Controls New Steel Empire BONN Germany Wi Alfricd Krupp the1 German munitions king of World War II has bought out a rival concern and emerged as West Germanys leading steel maker Krupp has purchased the Bochumcr Vcrcin with a capital of 23 million dollars lie already operates he Rheinhausen steel least plant capitalized at million porlionment parly designation for the lawmakers constitutional re vision and reorganization of the executive branch menl Temperatures Due for Roller Coaster Ride Next 5 Days Iowas weather through Monday is going to be colder then warm cr then turning colder again be fore another wanning trend Sun day and Monday There is a chance of a few snow flurries over Ihe state Wed nesday night Low lemperalurcs Wednesday morning slipped down to near the zero mark at a few places It was 6 above at Dubuquc 9 at Dav enport and Spencer and 30 at Ma son City But at Burlington the low was 20 degrees Thursday mornings lows will c from the teens in the west and north to the 20s in the south Wilh Ihc two companies going full blast Krupp inlcrcsls will now turn out four million tons of steel a year FREIGHT DERAILS DES MOINES on accused the Soviet government he Rock Island Railroad was in of rewriting and distorting the his lory of lie last quarter of a cen tury in an effort lo build a case for the Khrushchev campaign Cohen Writer Dies at 67 LOS ANGELES Wl Odaviis Roy Cohen 67 wellknown writer of books plays and motion pic tures died Tuesday of a stroke He won fame with his Saturday Icrruptcd laic Tuesday when 211 Evening Post series of stories cars of a 65car caslbound frdghtiabout Florian Slappey and olher Ncgro characters He was born train were derailed near Earl ham 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