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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 15, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE T H I NkWSPAPIR THAT M A K I S ALL NORTH IOWANS NilGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated United International rull 7e Copy MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY JANUARY 15 175 Thli Iapor ol Iwo n Need Full Reorganization Loveless IH DISPUTE CONTINUES Oil Industry Strike Likely IHE ASSOCIATED FKESS HopesJ for an end to tlie nations largest strike in International Harvester Co workers faded Thursday when negotiators recommended rejection of a proposed new contract The Jabor picture wasdarkened further by a forecast of wide spread walkouts in the oil industry The Harvester UAW negotiating group recommended that a council representing rank and lile members reject settlement terms Previously the negotiators had de cided to pass the three year agreement on to the council with out recommendation A meeting of the council was scheduled Friday The strike has been in force m M i for two months Only Wednesday I j the company advertised that the dispute had been sellled and an nounced plans for a quick rc sumplion of operalions Castro at HAVANA Castro de fending the execution of persons the Cubans call war criminals declarccl Thursday that if the United States sends Marines to Cuba gringos will The rebel chieftain made the statement to a crowd which sur rounded him in a hotel lobby as he was heading for a Rotary Club luncheon The reported loll of ex order of revolution ary courts has risen to 195 It was not made clear how the suggestion that Ihe United Stales came up HOWEVER Asst Secretary o State Roy Rubotlom was sum moned before tlie House Foreig Affairs subcommittee in Was ington to face a demand for action Id halt Ihe execulions Rep Wayne Hays th subcommittee chairman s u g gested tough measure short o sending troops shuttin off credit or barring Cuba sugar Castro said the executions ar not understood in other countries We are trying those wht killed 20 30 or 40 he said and they ask us to be hu In a diatribe against Norll Americans Castro said THEY SENT bombs to Ful gencio Batistas They sent a military mission The Americans are guilty of this They are guilty of concessions Americans are We are more democratic than President Castro continued We are more demo cralic than John Foster Dulles There is more liberty here than in the United States These is no country in the world with more liberty than Castro and other Cubans con tend that Cuba has as much righi to exterminate war criminals as the Allies had in condemnin Nazi leaders at the Nuernberg trials afler World War II Gen Marshall Rests Following Mild Stroke PINEUURST N C George C Marshall 78 suffered a mild stroke al his home here Thursday and was taken to Wo mack General Hospital at nearby Ft Bragg Gen Marshall has been in poor health and confined to his bed for several months j Col G M Powell chief sur geon at the hospital said the gen erals condition was satisfactory that he resting and there had been no complica tions from the stroke Marshall army chief of staff during World War II and secretary of slate felt ill uponj awakening at his winter home this morning Powell was moncd and decided to remove the veteran soldierstalcsman lo Ihe Army observation Buffalo Man Dies in 2Car Accident DAVENPORT R Johnson 34 Buffalo was killed in a headon car accident here Thursday the third traffic death here since Monday night THE WALKOUT involved the jig farm implement firms 25 fac lories transfer poinls and depots O A Knight president ofi the Oil Chemical and Atomic Work ers with a membership of 000 in the oil industry said wide spread strikes are likely lo de velop early next week KnighJs prediction came as federal mediators in Kansas City reported no progress in contract talks between the Sinclair Oil Co and the union representing of its workers Strike notices which expire a midnight Saturday h a v e bee filed with Sinclair and most o the 600 individual oil planls wit which the union has contracts HANDLE WITH CAUTION These Bronx Zoo attendants go cau tiously about their task of carrying a J 9foot 4inch reticulated python to the scales for an annual wcighin The reptile was checked in at i AP Hinlofnx pounds a gain of 2t pounds since last year And officials say ho hasnt been eating for three months The weighing was accomplished by pushing Ihe python into an ash can and tying down the lid To Settle Dispute Monday FROM OUR WIRE SEKVICKS DES MOINES The Iowa Republican Central Com mi lice will meet Monday lo settle a sharp dispute over how niuch fi nancial aid he parly should give lo the stale officials in volved in election conlesls Five central committee mem 3ers bypassed State Chairman U L Jurgemeyer and called the meeting after a disagreement concerning the partys responsi biJily lo back Ihe candidates Roscoe Jones Atlantic one of he five committee members said the full support of Ihe parly must be given lo the can didales However Jurgemeyer Clinton favored giving reason able allorney service Jones THE SINCLAIR contract is th only one negotiated on a nation wide basis in Ihe oil industry b the union but it usually sets Ih pallern for other contracts on a plantbyplant basis The union has asked for a wage hike of 2 cents an hour or 21 cenls an hou plus fringe benefils Sinclair ha not offered a wage increase Th average wage now is an hour In other labor dispules the na lions longesl slrike involves 13 000 employes in seven plants o the Pittsburgh Plale Glass Co Federal mediators are meeling in Philadelphia with represenlalive of the company and the United alass and Ceramic Workers Un on in efforls lo end the slrike which started last Ocl 6 Seniority rights and incentive pay are believed lo be Ihe major ssues in dispule Wages are not nvolvcd IN LOS ANGELES narkels have been closed since an 1 by a strikelockout The strike is by the Retail Clerks Un on and the lockout bythe Food Imployers Council representing he store operators in retaliation The strike lockout has idled1 i persons and has should be reversed He he shopping habits of houseffels lial there 1S IlWe chancc that however said ATTY GEN Norman Erbe re JortedJy has been biller over Ihe ack of full support of Ihe party n his election fight against Don Vilson Des Moines the Demo ratic candidate Erbe won by 32 voles in Ihe recenl elcclion ccording lo final vote results Wilson conlesled Ihe election Democrat Frank Messer Iowa lily who lost in the Iowa Su preme Court race by 114 voles as conlesled Ihe election of both ustice Ralph Oliver Sioux City nd T G Garfield Ames Erbe feels the party should ack him fully with a pledge to ay Ihe conlest expenses if Ihej NOISY GHOSTS HUNTED ShakeRattleRoll 39 Windows in Home of Grandmother Smashed Mysteriously SPRINGFIELD Mass W Im so nervous Im lumping out of my rocking chair al tha slightest noise expecting to hear mqrt glass Thatis the reaction of Mrs Charles Papineau 80yearold grandmother at whose 39 windows have been broken since week ago Tuesday Police investigated found no evidence of lawbrtaking and withdrew John C Parker authority on in said ht wanted first fo eliminate any possible scien tific explanation He said he would install a recording thermometer in the bathroom of the ZVsstory frame home Three windows have been broken in the bathroom Parker said he wanted to check the possibility that temperature changes might shattered the windows Papineau and her 13 yearold grandson Wayne have both said they heard strange thumping noises jusl before windows crashed James M Herrmann of Sea ford whose home on Long Island experienced some unexplained b o M I pop pings about a year told the Springfield Mass Union The only thing to do is put your faith in God and try to go on Dont be frightened things that are happening may not be explainable Try as much as possible to control yourself and accept what is happening Accept it as some thing being OTHERS WHO joined with Jones to call Ihe meeting were vives They do their marketing t grocery stores not af ccled by Ihe walkout The clerks have demanded Harold Dickey Packwood age benefit package totaling District cormnittccwoman cuts hourly spread over afivefrjurl Yocum Charifon 4th Dis ear contract The employers Anglls Cotton Lone ercd a 50cent package offer The Rockj am Oelrich lerks were paid hourly unlRojfe both of the District er Ihe old conlract concernjng lhe ing of lhe Monday meeting should leave no wrongful question con cerning the good faith of lhe full Cenlral Commiltec or said Jurgemeyer in a statement All of us support our conlcsl anls fully No question should cx ist concerning lhe loyally of the committee to Ihe candidales or lo the he said Oelwein Crash Kills 2 OELWEJN man anc wife were killed instantly Tlnirs day when their car plowed int the t r a i 1 c r section of a sem trailer truck which w n s bein pushed onto Iowa 150 about IV miles north of hero The victims were Joseph L Larson and his wife liuldr il Clennonl The couple wa ciiroule to Iowa Oily where Mrs Larson was lo have undergone medical checkup A u t h o r i c s said the ca crashed into a I ruck driven b Jlaudc Hildcbrandc 44 Comfort and his helper Hugo Pros slcr also of Comiorl The vehicle slammed into the railer and slid underneath The ouplc had fo be pried from the vrcekage The two Texans had spent the night at a mold jusl norlli of Oelwein Ihey were am ble to start the truck Thursday Cecil Clendencn an HOME AGAIN New York columnist Marie Torre has her arms full as she en joys a prebedtime romp with her chil dren Adam 21 months and Roma 8 months Miss Torre has been released AP Pholofax from jail where she served 10 days for contempt She refused to reveal the source of a story she had written for the New York Herald Tribune Aged Sioux Cityan Hit by Gar Killed SIOUX CITY An cider As recently as Wednesday j1 was killcd Thursday whcnj night I talked with Judge Oliver Attorney Allan Hcrrick and crossed a street on the north side TO HEAD Ei senhower has nominated Nor man P Mason above to suc ceed Albert M Cole as admin istrator of Federal Housing Agency A New England Repub lican Mason cifrrently heads a branch of the housing and home finance agency Gen Erbe Thcyassurcd me that no more was required currenlly As recently as thenthey assured me they yel had no idea of what of Sioux City The victim was Jo seph Ahmann 86 Sioux City An thorilics said he was struck by a car driven by Fred Wcstcr finahcial needs they might be faced with and that it was too early to make a Jurgemeyer slated Waterloo Man Burns to Death at Home WATERLOO Nissius 65 Waterloo burned to dealh early Thursday in a fire lhal de stroyed his home Nissius lived alone Neighbors discovered the house afire about 5 and called firemen gaard 34 Ircton SAME DATE BUck attain death la patt U kourt Mason City Fair Thursday night Oelwein milk truck driver was clping to push the vehicle al the ime of Ihe crash The men said they tried to flag own the car but it was unable lo lop in time Winds Bring Cold to Iowa Temperatures a cross lowaj vooped downward Thursday on ic wings of strong norlh westerly inds carrying cold Canadian Most places recorded their top endings of the day shortly after idnight And the Weather Bu reau said the mercury would plunge to below zero over much of the slate Friday morning There was no indication of ac companying snow except for very light flurries Temperatures tumbled 16 de grees at Waterloo between 1 and 7 a m Thursday as an example of what happened in a good many other places Mason Citys high Wednesday was a balmy 41 but by 8 a m Thursday il fell lo 1 above lhe low point for the period A blast and Friday Much election held at the plant all Thursday night continued cold 147 eligible voters casl ballots to Friday Lows Thursday night 10 dclermine whclhcr lhe union below locally lower represent the employes in Friday 1005 deciding wages hours and condi Iowa and cold Thursday j lions Results of he poll were night much colder southeast I to 48 againsl the representation lows 10 below northwest lo near southeast Friday fair and cold highs 1020 Fur ther outlook Saturday partly cloudy not so sold Minnesota Fair very cold High Friday zero lo 10 above GlobeGazelle weather data up lo 8 Thursday Maximum 41 Minimum 1 At S Solsbury Employes Reject UPWA Offer CHARLES aling frigid west wind added lo the Salsbtiry Laboratories misery voted Wednesday against rcprcj The outlook for Friday morning by the Unilcd lackingjwas for readings from 10 below Workers of America Al xcro jn the northwest to 5 above bouse Sputnik III Has Regained Its Voice NAPA Calif M The Sovicl UnionsSSpulnik III has regained ils voice aflcr nearly a month of in the southeast Draw Up Plans for Northwood Bridge cily coun cil here has chosen Wallace Hol land engineering firm of Mason Cily lo conduct the necessary survey and draw up plans for the bridge given the lown by indus trialist Sidney Swensrud Pitts burgh and a native of Northwood The bridge lo be silence The satellites radio constructed in lhe spring will Iransmillcr was heard by Pressconnect Crescent Park with the Wireless Wednesday nighljswimming pool area on the oppp al Outlines Goal for 195960 Government OutDated IKOM OUK WIKK SERVICES DKS M01NES Gov Hcrschcl C Loveless Thursday proposed a fullscale reorganization of lowaa outdiifcd government and Leg islature o help Iowa regain ils dream of Loveless placed reapporlion ment of the Legislature and reor ganization of state departments and agencies at the head of his legislative recommendations for hi term Loveless made many other spe cific recommendations including a call for an immediate referen dum on re peal of the controversial right In work law and12month oper ation of the stales colleges HE ALSO called for sound long range plan of financing new buildings at slalf educational in system of stale schol arships lo deserving students en tering college changes in stale school aid laws and improvements in social welfare mental health and penal and parole programs Bui the general theme of re organization and modernization was woven throughout the hard liilting inaugural speech which outlined Loveless1 legislative pro gram to the 959 Iowa Legisla ture The Governor made the speech before a joint session of the Iowa Legislature which was called to swear him in for his second term lie didnt sayhow he proposed o finance Ilic measures he asked which would cost money He in dicated he will deal with that problem in his budget message to he delivered around Feb 1 WE STAND on fhrtshhold of a legislative session with un parnllcd opportunities to enact arsigbtcd legislation of lasting Benefit to all of our the Democratic governor told the leg slaters Bui he warned the Republican Lcgislalure Ihcre also vil be chances to engage in nar shoiisighled partisan bidk jring lhal can bring discredit on all of He said il is up to the n embers of the two parlies lo Iccidc which course lhe session vill lake Loveless as he said he would o endorsed the plan of the Gov niors Action Committee on Re pporlionrnenl for redistributing scats in the He aid the 29S9 Legislature will have o pass a resolution lo start the ball rolling toward reapportion mcnl if lhe I960 census is to be the basis for a new apportionment of the Legislature As elected representatives you and I have a moral obliga tion lo lake aclion lo reestablish equity in Love less said At present less than onethird of the voters of Iowa are electing majorities of the mem berships in both Senate and lhe House Continuing shills in Iowas populalion will create even great er inequilics unless positive ac tion is THE GOVERNOR said improp er organization of government Agencies duplication of functions and coordination are cost ing the stale millions of dollars a year and al the same time lhe citizens arent gelling the serv ices they have a right to expect He called for enactment of a governmental reorganization act calling for development of plans for a wholesale overhaul of state governments Meanwhile he said the Legislature should start the process I Transferring the gasoline tax division from the Ireasurers of fice to the lax commission He said there is strong that the revenue collecting func tion of the division hasnt been functioning properly under the present Loveless asked for authoriza ion to employ an independent private certified public ant to make a thorough audit ot site bank of he Shell Rock motor vehicle fuel   

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