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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited lot he Home MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THI N t W 5 P A r I K THAT MAKES ALL NORTH JOWANS NIICH10RS HOME EDITION VOL 97 Associated end United Full 7e coir MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JANUARY U 19S9 Thlj o fwo He M Mikoyan Dulles in Confab Russ Pushing New Meeting WASHINGTON W Anastas I Mikoyan and Secretary of Slate Dulles met Friday for talks on the EastWest deadlock over Ger man unification and the future of disputed Berlin Their discussion could lead lo an early high level EastWesl meeting on the whole range of German problems The second during Mikoyans twoweeks visit fo this described by diplo matsas strictly af probingopera tion with each of the veteran an tagonists of Ihe cold war seek ing to discover possible weak nesses or concessions in the poll cies of the other Mason City Mostly fair and not so cold Friday nighf tows zero lo 5 above Increasing cloudi ness and warmer Saturday highs 25 lo 30 Iowa Slowly increasing cloudi ness west Friday night and over stale Saturday Not so cold west Friday lowzero lo 5 below northeast to 10 lo 15 above southwest Warmer Sat urday high 15 northeast lo 35 southwest Day Iowa Temperatures will average near normal northwest and 3 to 5 degrees below normal southeast Satur day through next Wednesday Normal highs 24 north 16 32 south Normal lows 5 north lo 13 soitlh Warming Iron d through Sunday then turning No Shift in Policy on Cuba Want Envoy Named Soon WASHINGTON Ml Consres thereafter Little or precipitation indicated no MIKOYAN No 2 man in th Soviet Union arrived at the State Department in a Soviet Embassj limousine On a nearby corner halfadoz en Hungarian pickets displayed their nations flag with a black ribbon of mourning The Jeadej was Ferenc Nagy Hungarys last non Communist prime ministei who has been inexile since 1947 As the two men met Dulles wanted lo know primarily wheth er the Soviet government is pre pared to enter into serious nego tiations later this year looking to ward an eventual German settle ment sional pressures mounted Friday for the prompt naming of a new ambassador to Cuba where the revolutionary government says it plans more executions Demands for a new ambassa dor to replace Earl E T Smith who resigned last Saturday cam with strong congressional cril cism of theexecutions as clcvcloj ments piled up on several fronts J The State Department as sured Congress it is standing pa on its policy of not inlczfering i Minnesota cloudy warmthe affairs of its neighbors It do nicd changes the United Slate er High Saturday in 20s GlobeGazette weather data up given military help lo otisfcc lo 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 3 MIKOYAN presumably w a s anxious to find out whether the United States has any counter proposals to make lo recent So viet demands for withdrawal of Western forces from West Ber lin and for an early start on writ ing a German peace treaty Mikoyan told a New York news conference Thursday his country still wants a summit conference on world problems He said the West cannot sidestep one forever He expressed interest in Dulles statement Tuesday that free elec lions were not the only way to reunify Germany tended thai Dulles But he con Did not come up with a constructive alterna tive to the Soviet plan State Department officials said Mikoyans crosscountry lour ap pears to have been a great suc cess from the Soviet viewpoint But they have found little evi dence of a real Soviet willingness to make any concessions to solve the EastWest dispute over Ger many Tiny Atom Power Plant Unveiled WASHINGTON United tales has achieved a significant breakthrough in the development of a fivepound atomic device for production of electricity The White announced the speclaculaifeal termed a major achievement by Atomic Energy Commission officials AEC OFFICIALS displaying a model at a news conference said the device is capable of powering the instruments in a satellite for at least a year They saidit would take pounds of batteries lo produce the electrical energy the new device can power without batteries The device generates heat us ing a radioisotope polonium in this case and has no moving parts Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista 2 THE NAVY ordered task group that includes Marines diverted from an intended stop at Cuba to avoid any misunder 3 Rebel leader Fidel Castro said he wants good relations with Ihe United States but cautioned ugainsl any intervention in Cuba Castro vowed grin gos citizens will die if sent to Cuba 4 Batista charged executions by Castros rebelsare perverse attempts to justify their The call for prompt naming of a successor to Smith who was in disfavor with the ix4els was spearheaded by Sens Wayne JET AGE FASHION SHOW Everything really was up in the air at this show for members of the nations fashion press held aboard a jot airliner feet over A I New York The fashion editors were taken aloft in two flights for this allwool show The accent quite natur ally was on travel costumes Much Common Ground in i Aims of Governor GOP NEW DEAN DES MOINES of Mary Kelly Mullane 49 De troit as dean of the college of nursing at the State University of Iowa was approved Thursday by the SlateBoard of Regenls THE DEVICE so far has been lested only on the ground Bu AEC officials made it clear lhat t could be put into satellile shortly They said it also has other potential uses such as in he field of navigation aids Comparing the device with pres ent means of electrical power de velopment AEC officials said the ton Atlas which this country recently put into orbit around the earth carried 20 pounds of bat teries which lasted only 18 days The officials said the device in contrast could generate power for at least a year Morse DOre and John Spark man DAla after Asst Secre tary of State Roy R Rubottom talked with congressional leaders THE MOST important thing we can do Morse said is to get an ambassador there Steps are being taken quickly lo accom plish lhal end That will give us a direct line of contact with the iiban government to make clear our point of Sparkman agreed thai the Im portantthing is to speed up the appointment of a new ambassa dor lie added he feelsany dras tic action against the new govern ment would be premature at thi DES MOINES can legislators found many areas of common ground in Gov Herschel C Loveless inaugural address and he GOP legislative program One Republican legislator went as far as to say that if lie had Inaugural Ball Ends Gala Day been sworn in as Iowas governor Thursday as was Loveless he would have presented he same sort of program The Republican lawmakers who dominated the Legislature gener ally praised Loveless inaugural speech in which the secondterm Democratic governor called f o r widespread reorganization of financing longrange construction Iowas outdated slate govern ment and Legislature THERE WERE however some points of as on Ihc request for repeal of Ihc law and Ihc use of general obligation bonds in at Iowas colleges However criticism was gener ally mild Sen Jack Schrocdcr ItDaven Ihe majority floor lender in Hie Iowa Senate said he was pleased o sec Ihc parallels Ihc Loveless1 program haswith Budget Veto Hint by Ike Wants Surplus in Treasury WASHINGTON Mi President Eisenhower Friday was reported ready to make forceful use of hit veto power if necessary lo main tain Ihc scant surplus in the billion budget he will send to Congress Monday Tho message for fiscal 1960 which starts July 1 is expected lo urge bipartisan support for an aiiliiiiflaliouary squeeze on fed eral spending and closing of tax loopholes Eisenhowers target adminis Iration sources have hinted is to cut outlays to a level slightly above billion It is hoped that revenues will exceed hat amount although Ihc margin may be only million or less THERE WILL also bad fiscal news in the message offi cials slighlly higher deficit lhan wns anticipated for he current budget year Spending his year is expected fairly close lo bil lion instead of Ihe 000 estimated officially in Septem ber Much of the increase is at Iribuled to the proposed increase in this countrys subscription o the Inlernalibnal Monetary Fund which Eisen SAME DATE Black flij means traffic death in pul hoiiri DES MOINES W1 Ladies i vening in fu dress and citizens in ordinary a tire filled the main floor of Ve erans Memorial Auditorium the inaugural ball Thursda night It was the first time the even was held outside he Statehous and there was ample room fo he persons who attended At the head of the receiving ine which stretched the lengtl of the south side of Ihe audito rium were Gov Herschel Love ess Lieut Gbv Edward J Me Tanus and their wives Also in ine were other elective officers nd numerous stale officials LEGISLATORS and their lad a reserved area in which they cre first lo move down the line nd then came the general pub lic Highlights of the afternoon were the swearingin of Loveless for his second term and Mc Manus for his first by Chief Justice G K Thompson Cedar Rapids and the Governors inau gural address BEFORE a packed House chamber Ihe Senate and House met in joint session for the swearingin ceremony and to the inaugural address Assisting in sacking the House were Republi can state officials specral guests and members of the Loveless and McManus families McManus shattered some of thcj peaceful coexistence lhat has generally prevailed in he Senate since the opening of the 1959 legislative session by criticizing Republicans who stripped him of here early Friday lie said The Republicans would give it careful considera REP CLARK McNeil the GOP floor leader i the House echoed Schroedor comments and said he was hap py lo sec so many areas of con mon ground between the t w programs McNcal said Of course were miles apart on such things as cneral obligation bonds for con slruclion at the states colleges ind Ihe right to work law repeal ecommendcd by Loveless But I want to compliment the Governor on his comprehensive McNcal said SEN FRANK HOXIE RShen ndoah said a major share of oveless program was good es ccially the Governors rccom n end a lions for a daytime speed mil and other highway safety roposals Jloxie plans to intro ucc a large number of highway afely bills this session Hoxic said the speech was a forwardlooking Sen Diranc Dcwcl RAlgona he would support the Gover lowcr recommended last week lo recommendations on programs porlionmcnt and reorganization of slale Rcvcnucs will have risen more Hum 18 billion dollars in stead of the 07 billion officially rcdictcd 3ul when Ihc govern ment year ends next June30 the deficit reportedly will exceed jy several hundred million dol ars Ihc earlier estimate of OFFICIALS laid mounting con cern over the depreciation of the dollar coupled with concern lest this country eventually price itself out of world markets has rein forced tho administrations deci sion lo make a strong stand against deficit financing Administration aides suggested Eisenhower will use tho carrol indclub technique to win cooper ilion from he Democratic Con gress He dangled the carrot in his State of the Union ope that some tax relief may be ossible in fiscal JDfil if the bud get line is held inI960 The White House was rcpre cnled as believing it will have upport in the economy campaign rom the leadership of both par lies in Congress The two Texas Democrats Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson and House Speaker Sam Rayburn fre quently have taken a conserva tive line on fiscal issues when sonic of their fellow party mem bers have been urging new spend HER WISH GRANTED Josephine Stover Phila delphia doomed with multiple sclerosis repeals the oath of allegiance to the U S from her sickbed as she becomes a citizen It was her one big wish With her are her grandchildren and Dist Judge Francis VanDusen who administered the oath Stolen tit Ford Plant j DES MOINES UPI Some Oil Stove Explodes While Being Filled Trailer Home Burns 1 REP BERNARD BALCH R Waterloo said the speech indii catcs there is a wide area of agreci mcht between Loveless and many members of the Lcgisla1 i Ualch said Ihe liqitorbythc drink referendum and the merit scholarship proposals offered by Loveless were reconi in lions Atlas Missile Goes Only 200 Miles inTest Dcwel said he was against the repeal of Ihc right lo work law because he felt il would compel workers lo join unions Dcwcl ad milted however he fell the Legis lalure should pay more atten tion lo the problems of WASHINGTON Ufi The At las missile lest fired from Cape RcniSicS Canavcral Thursday ew itcpiimican css lhan 2QO miles Air Forcfi announced Friday It said there POOR BACHELORS was stolen from the safe A trailer house parked on thcj of the employes credit union ali Robert Schurtx farm Route MANILLA po Ihc Ford Implement Co plan was gutted by fire Thursday in the town of Caloocan a Oj siovcjnearManilla paid dearly Friday i I it i jHtKyiiUrti itlfillJJJfl committee appointing powers j The Ihicfforced open the safeexploded while being filled wilhlfor their single blessedness A 7 TI Fin fVin linirtn f f n C 1 In his inaugural Ihe credit union office and ficdfuel unseen Gene Paul credit union Floyd Squibb retired owner and president said the loss was covoccupanl of Ulc traileri families to support McManus said I would be less it ban for th ri ghl willi you if I did nol observe that I was quite disered fully by insurance lo cscapc jappoinlcd with be Senate action Paul said the union normallykjazc wnich iin changing the rules so as lojdoes not have lhal much cash jstrip the lieutenant governor of its office II was there J the traditional power of appointjnrght so the union could easily a n d an aJjaccn storagc ing standing payroll checks employes Belonging to SVhurlz jfunrf short Police Department them because they dont was trouble in the rocket engine The brief announcement made al Air Force headquarlers here The Air Force had hoped the missile would fly its full mile range Only once before has it gone the enlire distance v Informed sources said it was believed lhat the missiles engine cut off and it was not thought hat Ihc Atlas blew up This would nakc ils performance partially Ihey said injury Thci spread quickly j PLEASED TO MEET CHA Danny Sickels son of Rep Lester Sickels R shakes the hand of Mrs Her Loveless as she and her husband stand at the head of the reception line AP Photolax at the inaugural ball in DCS Moines Danny was just one of several thousand to greet the couple during a twohour period AS A RESULT he i i d I Jhave been appropriately de scribed as the only bird in cap ilivity who had his wings clipped he learned how to He said he was of Ihe opinion lhat the majority of persons who voted for him expected him to re Friday Marshalls Condition Termed Satisfactory FT BRAGG Gen George C Marshall 78 who suf fered a slight stroke is in satis Wind Will Change to Bring Milder Temperatures lain the tradition of appointinglfaclory condition in a hospital Squibb told Mason City who answered flic call that his loss was not covered by insurWintry weather blustered across Iowa Friday accompanied by jance He said he was able to slrong northwesterly winds but its slay was not expected to be isavc only a pair of overshoes ancliong a few olhcr small items Tnc mercury fell to8 below zero at Sibley and Mason City Fri day morning and ranged up lo 2 above at Burlington and Lamoni Dubuquc reported light snow High readings Thursday varied from 27 at Davenport to only LOSS committees A lieutenant governors GRUNDY CENTER chicf function in Iowa is to preside over the Senate during legislative sessions here his doctors said ThursdayiFire fanned by strong westerly night Marshall was strickeniwinds destroyed the James Cres Thursday at his home in the reJwell farm house four miles east sort own of Pinehurst GO milcsof here Thursday causing an esti away Imaled damage 3 above at Mason City hit first by the mass of cold air Winds arc expected to shift lo the south Saturday boosting temperatures back lo normals for this time of year Temperatures of 25 degrees below zero and IOWCJT were re ported in northern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota with simi lar marks in parts of South Dakota and Wisconsin f   

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