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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 9, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NkWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NIIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated United 1resi International Full Lease Wires t 7o 1 Copy MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY 195 ThU Pnpur o Two No 7t Live Within Budget Congress Told Castro Hailed in Havana City Thrown Into Frenzy HAVANA Cuba Ha vana gave a luimillous welcome Thursday to Fidel Castro bearded conquering hero of the Cuban revolution The 32yearold warrior entered the capital just a week from Die day his of July movement tumbled the dictatorship of Ful gencio Batista A steady beat of clapping hands accompanied deepthroated roars from thousands Two frig ates in the harbor fired 21gun salutes IN A LASTMINUTE surprise move Castro left his motorcade approaching Hie capital from the east and landed by helicopter in an eastern suburb Word that he was coming spread like wildfire and Havana residents poured into the streets The shouting rose to a great crescendo as Castro was spotted near navy headquarters in the dock area of Havana proceeding slowly in an open vehicle He was surrounded by armored cars tanks and other vehicles Militiamen circulated along the route on broad Malecon Drive skirting the Gulf of Mexico in an attempt to keep some kind of or der But the drive was so jammed with happy Cubans it was almost impossible to move HORNS HONKED incessantly mingling with the steady roars of the people on foot Impromptu military bands in big trucks poured out martial music Many in the crowd dismayed the red and black banners that are the symbols of the revolu tion C a s t warriors smiled broadly as they waved their rif les at the crowd and posed for pictures MIKOYAN GO HOME Detroit Po lice Superintendent Louis J Berg left helps to restrain screaming Hungarian refugees pushing against a solid line of bluecoats as Soviet Deputy Premier Anas PllOtOfilX tas Mikoyan drives into view Eggs and snowballs were tossed but none hit Mi koyan who is on a tour of the country Mikoyan moved on to Chicago Friday Confetti rained upon the rebel soldiers Among the shouts were Long live free Cuba Long Live Castro Death to the Ba tistaites The motorcade picked up a lit tle speed as it got past the heart of Havana FOR MANY of Castros sol diers it was their first visit to the glittering metropolis They beamed proudly at their welcom ers obviously enjoying the thun dering welcome Watchful militiamen patrolled the capitals streets AH liquor shops were closed to prevent the celebration from getting out of hand The civilianclad militia ha been performing all police dulic in Havana since shortly afte President Fiilgencio Batista fled on New Years Dai The police have been disarmed and a na tional police reorganization is re ported in progress Eggs Boos for Mikoyan at Chicago CHICAGO Booing shout ing pickets greeted Soviet Dep Premier Anastas 1 Mikoyan in Chicago today despite President Eisenhowers call for a show of courtesy to visitors from abroad The plane bearing the Soviet Iowa Mostly fair through nijssjng Mason Cily Fog forming again Friday night and Saturday morning Becoming sunn y again Saturday afternoon Lit tle change in temperature Low Dam Bursts in Spain 100 Drown ZAMORA Spain MVA dam on Lake Sanabria burst Friday un leashing a wall of water on the Friday night 5 to 10 Highs Saljmounlain village of Rivatlclago More Ihan 00 persons arc known to have perished and many more Hurls Billion Challenge urday 21 to 28 Unions No 2 man touched down at Midway Airport at the end of a flight from Detroit where Mi koyan was the target of snowballs and a few eggs Mikoyan emerged from the plane waving his hat and smiling Fie left by a gate at the extreme north end of the field and thats where the demonstrators were waiting for him day except variable fog most sections Saturday m o r n i n g Warmer west portion Saturday otherwise little change in tem perature throng h Saturday Lows Friday night near zero east to 15 west Highs Saturday in 20s east in 30s west Outlook for fair and warmer Iowa Generally fair with little Houses in Rivadclago a town of 500 inhabitants were swept away as if made of cardboard The dam broke at a m and most villagers were asleep All fire trucks and ambulances troops garrisoned in Zamora and members of the Falange parly youth front were immediately or dered to the scene The Monacabril power station t L THE PICKETS began barrage shouts and boos that lasted uiv in lomnprnliirps through on tne western edge of the lake n tern pel a lures n o u t b Filibuster Proposal Rejected Big Setback for Nixon WASHINGTON Oil The Senate Friday turned down a key pro posal designed by civil righls ad vocates lo clear Ihe way for a light new curb on filibusters The roll call vole was he fii lest of strength in the swirlin bailie over rules michcd with the si art of Ihe new Seiul session two days ago The count was It marked a striking victor or Democratic Leader Lyndo 13 Johnson DTcx and olhe democratic and Republican Soi tile leaders backing a compro nise offered by Johnson CONVERSELY it was a setback for Vice President Rich ird M and a biparlisai tulifilibuster bloc of northern an veslern senators The vote came on a motion bj ohnson to lablc and lints kill esohilion by Sen Clinton P An lerson Andersons aim vas lo establish that each ncv Senate has Hie right to adopt iU iwn rules by majority vole at tin ilarl of a session The antifilibuster forces were till far from giving up Nixon had expressed the opinion liat the Senate has a constitution 1 right lo make new rules eacl cssion but he said it was an ssuc that would have lo be dc idcd by the Senate ilsclf Leaders of the anlifilibuslei orccs regarded the Andersor motion as important Its adoption would have paved he way for them to seek a Ugh debatelimitation rule free from the restrictions of priorrules JOHNSON and other opponents argued that the Senate with onlj a third of its members elected every two years is a continuing body with rules carrying over from one Congress to another They said Andersons motion would leave the Senate without any rules and open up a Pan doras confusion Defeat of Andersons proposal eft before the Senate the com promise advanced by Johnson with the support of other Demo cratic and Republican Senate carters AP Ilmtoliix HUKGLAKCATCIlKIl Maria Villeins Norwalk displays the tools she usod us she waited for the of wlio entered her home Uiroe Limes in tlic last month When two youths climbed through a window she J snapped their picture 2 covered them with the rifle and screamed bloodymurder for police TEMPO PICKS UP To Lobby for the People Nicholas DICS MOINES V The tempo at Ihr Iowa Slaldiousc picked ip Friday in preparation for the comingof the Legislature ilonday Cov llcrschcl Loveless has selected his honorary military of persons for his inauguration which will not be held until next Thursday afternoon However he lobbyists a component part of all Icgislalrvc cssions are starling to get themselves on record early Although the legislators do not convene unlil Monday and will only preliminary busi ness before Ihe stale inaugural seven lobbyists already have reg istered with the chief clerk of the Retiring Republican Lieut Cov William H Nicholas Mason City says that while he no longer will have an official capacity he cx pccls to be around the Legisla ture IM GOING to be down here Wreckage of Plane Found 10 Killed KINGSPOHT Tcnn fUPI Body of Ames Man Found on Railroad Tracks in Arizona BUCKEYE Ariz iffi The body of an Ames Iowa man who apparently fell to his death from a train was found in the desert about 60 miles southwest of this central Arizona town Thursday Railroad workers spotted Ihe body lying near the tracks Justice of the Peace Bill Meek said the man was identified by papers in his possession as Ralnh D Morris 52 a retired construc tion superintendent Meek said he telephoned the dead mans family and learned Morris was to have returned home by train last Monday from California where he had gone to see he Rose Bowl game The death is being investigated JUST BARE FACTS LOS ANGELES facts won a divorce for 40 She testified her husband Mitchell Morris 45 wanted her til Mikoyan entered a lijnousinc from ncar easl lo around and was driven away J 5 abovc wcsl There wcrc a dozen pickets Day Iowa water n duly there also u pormjt by iKe wall sjuil off iwolhirds of 1 spokesman said they were refu gees from Hungary and other na tions now behind the Iron Curtain After Mikoyan entered his lim ousine two eggs splashed against the car Mikoyan was greeted at the plane ramp by Edward L Rycr son former chairman of the In land Steel and Thomas Coul ter chief executive of the Chica go Assn of Commerce and Indus will average 4 above normal The disaster occurred in one of Temperatures he poorest and most inaccessible to 8 degrees sections of Spain Friday night A detail of 100 uniformed police through next Wednesday with a gradual warming trend dur ing the period Normal highs 26north to 33 south Normal lows 8 north to 15 south No precipitation is expected Minnesota Fair warmer High Saturday 2535 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 a m Friday MORE CHECKS MAILED DES MOINES state of Iowa mailed more Korean War veterans bonus checks Thurs day bringing the total so far lo jsenators present and voting in stead of twothirds of Ihe entire Senate membership as required by Ihe existing rule Opponents of Johnsons compro mise planned lo offer a series of amendments lo try to make it more o their liking One would permit dcbales to be shul off by a majority of the senators or 50 of the 98 members I The wreckage of a Southeast s Jojjinns missiMR since burs o lis the iny night with in persons aboard j IM I i I n if t f A M I taxes Im going to see what 1 can do for Nicholas said He was in Des Moines Tlnirs ft VJ lj LO 1 I III I J J J I JJWlHlj men and 28 detectives was asJ signed to guard Mikoyan i Maximum Minimum At 8 a m 27 7 12 MIKOYAN a short man was o dcnslcy surrounded that the news photographers called out Spread out We cant see A large group of placardbear ng pickets estimated by police t from 100 to 150 was on hand vhen Mikoyans group arrived at he Conrad Hilton Hotel Police took the Soviet leader to sideentrance and the pickets iarading at the front entrances a me charging with howls when hey learned of his arrival A detail of policemen intercept d the demonstrators and held riem back while Mikoyan was scortcd into the hotel RIFLES STOLEN HAVANA UPI Fidel Castros revolulionary forces searched Fri Wash Machine Stands Idle Wisconsin Boy 4 Put Into Orbit WAUKESHA Wis UPI A 4yearold boy was put into or bit Thursday Young Billy Sargent and his little brother 2 were watching their mother Mrs Lawrence Sargenf as she did the family wash in the basement of their home Suddenly the phone rang and Mrs Sargent went upstairs to answer it after shutting down the automatic washing machine Billy climbed in His brother slammed the door The machine started Billy was in orbit to become a nudist and that hiSiday for 500 stolen rifles and amj Mrs Sargent hearing his fellow nudists walked around like Adam and Eve when they came lo dinner I didnt like thai sort of she said munition believed taken by the muffled yelps dashed fo the rival Revolutionary Directorate in a challenge to Castros author ity rescue extricated the unharmed Billy and spanked his brother KIVAULKADKKS Majority Loader Lyndon John son right ami Everett Dirksen GOP minority leader exchange views as the Senate went rounclanrlrouml on the filibuster control plan was spoiled Friday about 100 feel from the top of rugged Holslon Mountain There was no sign of life at the scene of the wreckage An Air National Guard plane spotted the wreckage about JO15 miles cast of Holslon Dam in the rocky heavily east Ten Robert A Jackson of Ihej fhcsc ceremonies Nich ivil Air Patrol led a mobile unil chair as prc President inAnnual Message Doesnt Rule Out Tax Relief WASHINGTON MI President Eisenhower Friday challenged tho heavily Democratic new Congress to meet the Communist threat by living within his 77bilIiondollar budget and working toward tax relief in the foreseeable In a Slate of the Union message millimng adminislnidon plans for building t heller and stronger America in this space age of ca tastrophic war possibilities tho President said his formula is de signed to preserve this nations way of life Useless expenditures he said might lend to undermine tho couomy and therefore he na ions HIS address ivcriid al a joint session of tho UiiiiU and House also set forth hesc other highlight proposals for 1 Enactment of new civil rights egislalion lo be submitted lo Con soon Without being specific Hie legislation the Presi dent deplored closing of somo schools in he integration and pledged anew ho vrtl lake every aclion necessary n enforce I lie laws as interpret fl liv he courts 2 New laws aimed at wiping ml corruption racketeering and ibusn of power and trust in labor Management Eisenlmw T exnressed disappointment tho isl Congress also Dcmocratic did not act in this ield desnilc disclosures by lhc nvcsligating committee headed vy Sen John L McCicllan D 3 AMENDMENT of the 1946 till employment law to make t clear lhat the government in ends lo use all appropriate ncans lo protect the buying pow of the dollar The President lid not specify just what he has n mind but he again called on abor and business lenders to ex ise statesmanship lo curb the vagcpricc spiral And he an louncccl he will set up a Cabi cl committee on price stability or economic growth Passage of new farm legis iticin designed o reduce heavy rlrral outlays in hat field cvcnl lally and to assure greater reednm for markets to reflect lie wishes of producers and con As in Ihe case of the others i i i j I i J I O 111 I I I V V f I Jk Ml I I 1 lj day to look in at he Eisenhower went into no detail c sfep down I hursday when f program The sped his successor Lieut Gov c eel provlsioj a Ul c progrPam j dward wuvaiu jc n of Democrat is inaugurated along j mcssnges lo Congress in with Gov Loveless Civil to the scene He was accompanied by J5 members of Ihe Greene ville rescue sciuad It was believed that it would take Ihe rescuers several hours lo reach the scene The plane was within minutes of a landing at the TrtCilicsj Airport near Bluff City The pilot Robert Collmicr radioed at CST thai he was making a turn preparatory to landing on inslru mcnls when his radio went out The crew consisted of Gollmier i veteran Southeast pilot Co pilot Robert Erwin and Steward ess Wanda Nallcy There were cven passengers he next several weeks Eisenhower told Congress the siding officer of the Senate Hennlions economy is sfrong and said TM DEEPLY interested seeing that Ihe Senate gets off j healthy and that the 1958 bttsi ness recession is fading into his injlory a good start Im going to help he said i f ot Nick McManus all I is at an alltime He said after thai he will he Eisenhower said his military frequent visitor around I hebudget will advance a sensible SAME White till mran no Iradlo doth In putl 11 Legislature posture of along with Gov Loveless military staff iniincreased efficiency and avoid cludes stale officials ancc of waste personal friends and Dcmocralsj But he added at another point who backed his campaign for re The basic question facing us to election They and their wives j day is more than mere survival will be special guests at the military defense of national gural in the House chamber andjlifc and territory ft is the prcser at the inaugural ball at Veteransvation of a way of Memorial Auditorium h c r ci nus mect world chal Thursday night The list amj at the same time per Park Rinard former Mason City mj no in an now living at Norwalk who is an administrative aide to the Governor and Clemens Smith New Hampton TO EXTEND DRAFT WASHINGTON bill to extend the draft another four said Unless we progress we re HE SAID spending will in crease for health programs fed eral aidfor science and educa lion city development and fed vears will be the House Armed e Services Committees first for highways of legislative business this year A committee spokesman said the was expected lo pass The He called also for continuation of the foreign aid program but did not estimate its cost The re present draft bill expires June 30 finest is expected to go higher   

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