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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 10, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI NtWSPAPIR THAT MAKIS ALL NORTH IOWANS N I I G H 0 R S HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated Press United Presi internktlonal Full I7e a Copy MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JANUARY 10 W9 Mill Iaptir Contlita oi Two NO Fast Start Wanted by Legislature Demands German j Parley Notes Handed to Allies MOSCOW Soviet Un ion proposed Saturday a German peace conference in Prague or Warsaw within two months and gave representatives of the West ern Big Three drafts of a peace treaty i The government also ex pressed a desire to settle the Bcr lin the Soviet news agency Tass said It gave no de tails The Soviet notes in reply to Western rejections of an ear lier Soviet note The note of Novi 27 had proposed that the United Stales Britain and France pull their troops out of West Berlin leaving it an unarmed free city IN SIMILAR Western rejec tions the Ihrce nations suggested that a Big Four conference be called to consider the whole Ger man problem including reunifi cation There was no immediate indi cation which nations the Soviet Union intended should meet in Warsaw or Prague However Tass said the Soviet draft treaty proposal was given the Western Big Three for transmission to governments of these slates and other states wh look part with their armed force in the war a well as to the governments of th German Democratic Republi Communist East Germany an the Federal German Republi West One Mans Meat Proves to Be POISON FOR 2 OTHERS but NEW YORK M was Arthur Hutchinsons the two men who robbed him regarded it poison 42 a clerk in a Harlem checkcashing agency was assaulted and robbed of he was carrying in a paper bag to his office last Dec 4 He was carrying a paper bag again Friday when two stopped him One grabbed for it and demanded Give us the Its onlygot a sandwich in Hutchinson protested Oh scoffed the holdup man He snatched the bag and the pair ran off They stopped a short distance off and examined the contents They found a ham sandwich They ran back to Hutchinson and beat him up THE WEST has refused repeat eri Soviet suggestions that it si down with East Germany to dis ciss a peace treaty or reunifies lion The West contends that the East German regime is illcga because it does not have popular support and therefore does no deserve a place in discussions The Tass statement went on The conclusion of a peace treaty with Germany would play a positive part not only in safe guarding peace in Europe but also in solving the allnational task of the German people The unification of Germany The note of the Soviet govern ment to the governments of the U S Britain and France also replies to the notes of these gov ernments on the Berlin question and again expresses the desire to settle the Berlin question through the states j mantlale issued Dec 2 Ifi58 by THE U S reply to the eariierjihc u 5 Circuit Courl of Soviet nolc had said Berlin should Appeals at St Louis AP Ptmtofax GUBERNATORIAL KIBITZING York Gov Nelson Rockefeller leans over for a closer look as his wife sews on the first union label ever attached to a woYnans garment JVIrs Rockefeller received a symbolic gold thimble and needle after affixing the label to a plaid cotton dress Judge Orders Speedup in Integration LITTLE ROCK Ark OB A ederal judge Saturday ordered ic Little Rock School Board o move forward within their otii ial to carry out a plan integration for the citys closed igh schools U S District Judge John E Miller further ordered the board to report to the court within 30 days of whatever affirm ative steps they have taken to comply with this order Millers order put into effect aj cr Highs Sunday 25 to 35 Mason City Fog again Saturday night lifting by Sunday after noon Partly cloudy above the fog a little warmer through Sunday Lows Saturday night 1316 High Sunday around 10 Iowa Partly cloudy and a little warmer through Sunday Con siderable fog again Sunday morning Lows Saturday night 1020 Highs Sunday 30s cast to Goals of Loveless Unveiled Four Major Divisions FllOM OUR WIKK SKHVICKS DES MOINLS llerschel Loveless indicated Saturday he will ask the Legislature conven ing Monday for rcaoporlionmcnt governmental reorganization le galized union shop and various welfare programs He also called for an immediate referendum on the liquor question with legislative action lo pu into effect he type of liquor con trol legislation indicated by th In an unusual action the Gov crnor released a preview of he legislative program he will sub mif o the Lcgislalure in his in augural address next He also is expected lo recom mend immediate approprialior from he surplus in the general fund an amount adequate to meet the most urgent needs foi capital improvements at state in stitutions under the Board of Con HE LIKEWISE will propose a longrange financing program to meet future needs for new build ings and adequate appropriations lo enable Ihe state supported in stitutions to attract and retain competent staffs His reapportionment recommen dation would follow the proposals set forth by the Governors Ac tion Committee on Reapportion ment It would be in he form of a constitutional amendment rei quiring the Legislature to reapi portion itself in years ending inj three i The Democratic Governor fur ther indicated any governmental reorganization would include re vamping of the Commerce Com mission which came under fire of the Legislative Investigating Committee last year transferring the motor vehicle fuel lax divi sion from the treasurers office to the Tax Commission and the combining of several departments and agencies J KO V A N NOT L1 S T E N I N G TO DADDY The universal appeal of chil dren has absorbed the interest of Anas tas Mikoyan deputy premier of Russia he visits the apartment of Chicago bus driver Joe Polowskv Secretary of the riinlnfax American Veterans of Elbe Rivfr linkup with the Russians in World War il Polowsky invited Mikoyan to his home lo see how an average American IVIikoyan holds Joes daughter Irene 15 mnnl hs Mikoyans Airliner Inspected After Threat Made to Place Bomb on Board FROM OUR WIKE SliRVICKF anonymous call 40s west Further day mostly fair and warmer Minnesota Partly cloudy warm ENACTMENT of a reorganiia uon bill to provide for still fur ther reorganization subject to legislative approval also was called for in the preview Loveless is expected to ask for repeal of what he calls thc dis criminatory provision of Iowa Jaw prohibiting freedom of con rs and em er telephoned a threat Saturday that a bomb would be aboard the commercial airliner on which between lowan Gets 20 Years for Slaying Wife WATERLOO Rilcy to 20 years in Russian Deputy Premier Anaslax Mikoyan was lo fly to San Fran vices of all luggage before it was put aboard the plane The airliner itself was placed Harry Oilman an official itself nl one end of the field CISCO United Air Lines said Ihe caller old him the bomb would be planted on Untfcds Flight 721 which Mikoyan and his party along with other passengers was to take from Midway Airport at As a result police set aside nn while police uid fire department bomb experts examined it thor oughly No bomb was found and the plane took off 39 minutes late With Mikoyan were 57 other pas sengers Officers snid the man Monday Opening Readied Many Faces to Be New DIvS M01NKS 1959 Legislature convenes Monday with i huge assortment of proposed to be considered and a lol of new faces on hand to iclp tussle with it Imlicalions arc he 58lh bien nial session of he General As sembly may gel off lo its fastest start in years because Republi can leaders in both houses have announced hey plan to speed up II is reported Speaker of Ihe House Vern Lisle RClarinda be ready lo announce ap poinlmcnts o the slanding com miltccs during the first week of Ihe session Senate committee ap poinlmcnls may be early in he second week THE STRONGEST Democratic of any session in tho iiasl 20 years will be present when ho opening gavel falls at 10 a m Monday The House will have 59 Jepublicans and 19 Democrats he Senate 33 Republicans and 7 The lone of prcscssion pro louncemenls by leaders of both Kirlies indicated a desire to co jpcrale in hammering out a de sirable legislative program But olilical observers were asking whether this ness and light could last As in any legislative session he first week will be given over o UK pomp and pageantry of or the two houses and the inaugunilion of Gov llerschel Loveless and LI Govclecl Ed ward J McMamis Keokuk Gov Loveless is scheduled deliver his State of the State message a report on the prog css of he past two years on Tuesday His inaugural address n which he will outline his legis ativc program will be given iftcr his inauguration Thursday afternoon REPUBLICAN Gov Wil Jam M Nicholas Mason City vill preside over the Senate until IcManus is sworn in Thursday VI cM a mis will be thc first Demo ratic lieutenant governor of owa since Thc House will be called lo or er by Rep Howard Reppert D es JUoincs since by Jong stand ig custom the senior representa ve from Polk County performs jthis ask Thc House then will with thc formal election GlobeGazelle weather data up This would be legalizing the un degree was scniencco years in with the formal election the Iowa Slate Prison Friday on Pot V the airline said he fls Ife has no second decree murder charges wilh electronic 10 ihmsnrians who H Hpnru be discussed in the wider work of negotiations for a solution of the German problemas well as that of European The envoys of the three Western powers were called separately to the Soviet Foreign Office to re ceive copies of the 12page nolc with the draft treaty enclosed Indias chief of mission and the East German ambassador also Miller enjoined the board from leasing public school facilities lo any private group for operation of segregated schools and from engaging in any other acts whether independently or in par ticipation wilh anyone else which are capable of serving to impede thwart or frustrate he execution of the integration plan mandaledj against to 8 Saturday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Mirmnum 27 6 11 46 27 ion shop under which a lllc slang need mil belong to a union in got copies i The twopage order was accom One envoy said he believed this bv a 20page opinion draft had been circulated in the Ol7f p Fsuibiis closed LlUlc Rock s four mgh schools Girl Slugged to Death 2 Others Injured by Man West previously Lant Doran Noted Iowa Attorney and ExLegislator Dies DES MOTIVES nl H Dor an 65 Boone one of Iowas best known attorneys died Saturday in a DCS Moincs hospital He had surgery last undergone brain Dec 29 after a stroke from r MINNEAPOLIS 12year mcludmg the allNegro Horace wa sluiced to savagci to der lo gel a job but must join a union within a specified period The states present rightto work law has been one of the tools the owa Development Com mission has used to attract indus try to Iowa THE GOVERNOR who a 16 million dollar capita im provcments measure during the last Legislature in order to hold to his promise o let Ihe sales Lax revert to 2 per cent also called for immediate action lo Alann Ilicli last Scut 12 About 1 j t h urgcnl needs uMm mat oujji jpjK nfi wn vmiHSor pirls urrr 3700 students were disnlacod bv r iwo xouiifeci MJ ij wcic f h improvements siwienis weic cuspiaceo DJ lcf crilicallv wounded Saturday the move designed to an assailant who invaded their courtordered integration Several private high schools have been set up in Liltle Rock since that time One is operated by the Little Rock Private School a segregated all xvhite in isouthsidc home Loveless said he would ask for an immediate appropriation from lhe surplus in the genera fund cd a Charles Wcfhcrillc said was iden tified as he allackcr by one of public donations and has the gov crnors backing Within two hours police arrcsljlo mcct fmmcdialc He al who Inspcctorjso rcitcralcd hjs demand for the ciactment of authorization for a longrange financing program to meet future needs for new build ings He also called for adequate ap propriations to attracl and retain crmpclenl staff al he inslilutions he had studied it and consulted any knowledge of the attacks for lno establishment on Killed was Palricia Gross scale of a meril scholar She died in a hospital nearlyiship plan I three hours after the beating ap UnfJcr hjs plan grants Iparently inflicted by a gun bo madc lf graduates of a ugd LUU aji wifiLi in i i i i stitulion which is supported by thc Sirls anti a 15yearold baby sitter Held without charge was Glenn Faubus said lie would have Holschcr 25 Minneapolis a wilh his advisers which he failed to recover comment on Millers order untilcommercial artist Holschcr dc Doran was a distinguished trial lawyer a prominent former stale senator active Republican and fatherinlaw of Ally Gen Nor man Erbe He headed the lav firm of Doran Doran Doran Erbe and Doran His legislative service included authorship of thc law which re quires all Iowa motorists to have drivers licenses Doran also au thored he school bus slop law Doran while a legislator served chairman of he Iowa Legislative Interim Committee and of he Senate Appropriations Committee I who separated from his wife about six months ago and moved o Chicago walked into the police station here Dec a and told police he had just shot his wife Juanita 25 Riley said he had returned from Chicago lo work out a reconciliation with his wife but she refused to talk with him when he went o her room ing house Burns to Death in Garage HEDRICK William of demonstrations here Friday during which Mikoyan was the of eggs and insiilts Thc kamrncr 86 burned to death FrijRussian official appeared unruf day in n fire that destroyed ajflod by the series of dcmonslra combinalion workshopgarage outlions staged by anilCommunist side his home here Firemen saidpickets Instead he went through the is believed lo have his busy round of activities with started from thc explosion of an smiles for pretty oil stove used lo heat thc building jfor his hosts opposition Kcp J Henry Lucken would sec hat Mikoyan Js assurod Of election niivcr Icavr Midway alive pro The threat came in lhe wike Sen Jack Schroedcr RDaven porl will bemajority floor lead er in the Senate and Rep Clark McNcal HBelmond will fill the same post in he House wilh Rep A L Mcnsing RLowden as his assist ant Rep Scott Swisher DIowa City will be minority party lead Hospitalized in critical condilion with skull fractures were Patri jcias sister Colleen 8 and Beu jlah Gully 7 the daughter of a owa high schools for use in at tending any college or university in the slate McMULLEN DIES woman friend of the Gross chil drens mother Mrs Irene Gross a divorcee SAX ANTONIO Tex The baby sitter Robert Gen Clements Mc SAME Black riif means Iraffje dealb In 34 houri brother of he dead girl commanding general cuts on the back of his head butjof thc Far Eastern Air Service was released aflcr hospital IrcatiCommand during World War II menl died Friday of a heart attack SPECTACULAR J E R A I L M E N T Wreckage of a New Yorkbound freight train burns near thc Stamford station after 15 cars derailed blocking 1 AP Photniav the New IlavenRailroads main line T he cars crashed into a passenger train but no one was injured iris and quips cr HOIISC Senate Demo crals will meet Sunday lo elect j th ei rs THE LEGISLATORS will faced with the usual taxation and budget problems But Republi Icnns contend these will be tough icr lo solve than ever before They poim out thai virlually Icvery slate department and agen cy is demanding more money And yet they say the strong Democratic trend in the Nov 4 general election indicated the people were opposed to tax in creases especially in the sales ax rale j Besides thc biennial headaches over money he lawmakers will be confronted with proposals for sweeping changes in the organi zation of the government legisla jlive reapportionment reform of I thc election laws strengthening the penal and parole mental health and social welfare pro grams WEEKEND AT LODGE THURMONT Md Presi Icnl Eisenhower rested Saturday at his Mountain lodge Thc President and his wife ar rived at the lodge late Friday aft er a 77mile automobile trip from Washington   

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