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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspapei Edited tor th MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL f7 Associated United Inlernjitlonal Full Wlrei MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY JANUARY 24 ill Two OMt One Mans Opinion A Radio Commentary By W EARL HALL GlobeGazette Editor BROADCAST SCHEDULE USUll 1JM5 Suiul WOI Ames IJ1ID Tufsd WTAU Qulncy i WSUI Clt U10 SiluriJi Mikoyan Is No Babe in the Woods TT WOULD BE interesting t listen in on the report b Anastas Ivanovich Mikoyan t Nikita Khrushchev on his rip ti Ihe United Stales Pretty well for gotten is the Tact that this was his second such tour of our coun try In 1936 he browsed around for three months with a spccia interest in meal packing canned foods and frozen foods A few ilems in his current re port can be guessed One of these is that Hungarians in America still loathe and despise that thing called Communism and the man called Mikoyan They took the lead in tossing stones and over ripe eggs at the Russian deputy premier Another item in the Mikoyan report to his superior if he is honest about it is that there is no disposition whatever in official Washington or in American pop ular opinion to yield even slightly in thc free worlds right to re main in West Berlin There is no such division on this as there was on Quemoy off the China Coast last year JUST WHAT the mustachioed Russian will have to say about future trade between USSR and U S is anybodys guess He could be quite optimistic if he based his report on his conversation with Clevelands oddball indus trialist Cyrus Eaton not SPORTS CAR WRECKED 2 KILLED This is all that is left of a small sports car after it collided with a semitrailer on Highway 6 near Jowa City Sunday night Earl Cooney 26 Riverside and front wheels Al Ihutofax John McLauglilin 27 Jowa City passen gers in the car were killed when it ap parently swerved in front of the truck and literally was run its left quite so optimistic if he confined his report to those with authority to speak on this subject And what is the one most si nificant thing about Comrad Mikoyan The mere fact thaiheis alive Hes known among Communist as the great This i a reference to his distinction o being the only socalled Old Bol shevik to occupya place of re sponsibilily in parly affairs in deed one of the few still alive And how has he managed this By being a human chameleon throughout his life He has had no convictions so fixed that thej couldnt be altered over night i needs be to save his preciou neck He was as close to the now downgraded Josef Stalin as he is at present to Khrushchev That no jnean achievement as Malen kov Mololov Shepilov Kagano vich and Bulganin can testify So could Beria if he were still alive FACT is that Mikoyan now 63 years old has been asso ciated with every major policy shift in USSR since the Commu nists came to power in 1917 His canny instincts have told him how far to go with each program getting himself too far out on the wellknown limb In the lifeanddeath bout be tween Trotsky and Stalin he Cleanup in Flood Areas Under Way THK ASSOUIATKJ IKESS Floods still menaced some areas in five eastern and central states Monday bul waters from swollen rivers and streams were receding in most sections The chief problem for the Ihou sands hit by last weeks devas t a ting floods in Ohio Penrisylvan ia New York West Virginia and Indiana was the huge cleanup job Mason City Partly cloudy Won day night and Tuesday No im portant temperature changes High Tuesday 1115 Low Won day night zero to 3 above Iowa Mostly cloudy with scal tcred light snow southeast half Monday night and extreme southeast Tuesday becoming partly cloudy elsewhere Mon r High Tuesday 1220 Low Monday night zero to 6 above north 714 south The Red Cross estimated than families were Minnesota Continued cold High ay 10 House OKs I ncome Tax Law Change FROM OUR WIRE SliKVICKS UES M01NES The Hous Monday approved 6634 a bill t make Iowa income tax regulation conform with recent changes i lhc federal incom x allowin small businessmen and farmer advantage of fast charg off for depreciation of equij WILL IT BE FOUR YEARS OR TWO Extension of Draft Argued WASHINGTON HIM Chairman Carl Vinson of the House Armed Services Committee said Monday that a fouryear exten sion of llio draft law was indispensable to our security The Georgia Democrat made the statement in opening hear ings on the administrations proposed extension bill His com mittee called Charles assistant defense secretary for manpower to testify Vinson already lias predicted the committee would approve the biil Very lilllc opposition appeared to be building up in Con gress despite protests of some religious and other groups Drall calls recently have dropped off to a mouth As the hearings began there were these other developments The U S Chamber of Commerce called for a Iwoycar Instead of a fouryear extension 11 said he bill also should le amended to bring about more drafting ol men between the ages of mid because younger men make more efficient enthusias tic The National Council Against Conscription urged that draft be allowed to expire on lunc The council appeal signed hy 58 churchmen educators and other leaders said new em phasis on space aye weapons made even a standby selective service law of questionable value Sen Styles Bridges ranking Republican member of the Senate Armed Services Committee endorsed ho extension He said that If the draft had not been in effect when the United Stales entered World War II wed have been in a very serious The administrations bill wotiid extend to July 1 1963 the draft of eligible men between the ages of for two years of service It also would continue until he same dale the draft of physicians and dentists up to the age of 35 the floods Cold air with snow or rain ipread from the central plains across the northern half of the country adding to the inconven ence of flood victims IN OHIO of states lardest hit the Ohio River was he last of the states waterways hrealening further flooding At Cincinnati the big river edged up o 55 feel 3 feel above flood The Weather Bureau predicted an ixpccled 57fool cresl will be cached near midnight tonight Thc Ohio floods caused an es imaled damage of 100 million ollars in 76 of the states 88 coun ics Jn western Pennsylvania many oads were reopened and pub c transportation was returning lowly to normal AT MEADVILLE the ice jFiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average 5 to 10 degrees be low normal Tuesday through Saturday N o r m a 1 highs 26 north to 35 south Normal lows 7 north to 15 south Cold at be ginning of period slight warm ing middle of period bul colder again by the weekend Precipi tation will range from traces to onetenth of an inch in light snow through the period GlobeGazette weather data up o 8 Monday Maximum 33 Minimum o At 8 9 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum climbed on the Stalin bandwagon For a time because of his ques chokcd French Creek returned slowly to its banks and some of tionable course in the infant day of applied Communism Stalin ac cepled Mikoyan with reserva lions bul as time moved on Mikoyan moved up in the Stali setup The Mikoyan genius for rollin with the punches manifested it self in his youth Born in a littl village near what is now Sovie Armenias border with Georgia he obeyed his merchant father demand that he train for lh priesthood At age 20 in 1915 h was graduated with academi honors from the seminary in Tiflis My father he late recalled that there is nothinj belter in the world than to be a priest But the more studied he less I FOR A TIME Mikoyan vacil lated between two political groups Whether he aligned him self with the Bolsheviks from the beginning isnt clear bul after the 1917 Revolution he wormed his way into the Bolshevik hcirarchy and he was on his way Twenty six of his colleagues were ex ecuted but not Mikoyan His name somehow got erased from the list of commissars At 24 after a tempestuous period of party work including a clandestine trip or two through1 the lines to Moscow he attracted Lenins attention and began get ting the nod for some assign ments with wider implications than his Icaffcrship in his native Tiflis By this lime he had CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 Jthe personsevacuated moved back inlo their homes Demolition experts blasted at Iwo huge ice jams which kept about 10 per cenl of the cily of under water for five days At Pitlston rescue work ers finally hailed Ihe flow of wa ter from the Susquehanna River into a mine shaft where 12 men have been trapped since Thurs day Few believe the 12 men would be found alive The big jobof pumping out the tons of water which poured into the mine ivas expected lo continue for two days Thirlylhrec other miners escaped the flooded mine last Thursday Crawfordsville Boy Victim of Rifle WASHINGTON Iowa rick Joe Sutcr 8 son of Harry Sutcr of near Craw ordsville was killed Sunday in a unting accident near his farm ome Patrick and his brother like 11 had cornered a rabbit in barnyard and Mike fired at ic animal with his rifle Author lies said the bullet ricocheted nd struck Patrick in the heart Ie was dead on arrival at a hos ital here IOWAN KILLED SIOUX FALLS Fink 30 Waterloo fowa an ntertainer at a night club here vas killed Sunday in a twocar collision on Highway Id four miles west of here snow 27 23 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Sunday Maximum 32 Minimum 12 Prccipition Vainch snow The bill passed despite claim by Democrats hat the stal would lose millions of dollars in tax revenue this year The bill which now goes to Gov Hcrschc C Loveless for his signature passed the Senate Wednesday 500 REP HOWARD REPPERT D DCS Moiiics said the ioss in in come lax revenue tothe state could be disastrous and he trice to delay action on the bill for one week But the Rcpublicanlec House overruled his delaying mo tion and passed the bill Rep Henry Lucken House speaker pro tern said he was assured thai the loss couldnt amount to one million dollars the first year and there would be no loss in the long THE BILL allows the taking of jp 30 per cent depreciation on new and used equipment during the first year it is purchased Originally the businessmen could lake only 10 per ccnl the first yea r j Rep Casey Loss DAlgona said there would be an immedi ate loss in revenue He unsuc cessfully called for a delay until Loveless could present his budget message and give the Legislature a chance to see if it could afford to loss in the light of Loveless budget requests Iliolofiix County Mergers Sought DICS AIOINES bill was 01 ile in the Senate Monday to per mil consolidation of counlies ind i single unit rnd allow for In of officers in mor han one county Under lie bill introduced b Sen D C Nolan Rlowa City uul others such consolidatio would have to be petitioned fo by 25 per cent of the eligible vol in each county and the con approved by at least j majority of voters in each of th counties The bill provides thai a five board of supervisors he elected with nol more than thre members from any of the pre yious existing counties PROPONENTS of the measure contend that consolidalion o counties in Iowa would save money by spreading counly costs over a wider area The bill is the first dealing will county consolidalion to be intro duccd in he Legislature in recehl history The question has been discussed frequently by students of Iowa government Some persons argue hat bor ders of Jowa counties were fixed n the days when travel was Measured terms of how far n lorsc could travel in a day With transportation they say county officers could serve broad er areas more economically and efficiently Opposition created by counly wounded three persons and stood off law officers for six hours at seal pride has slowed previous legislatures in acting Thc last in a countyboundary was n when a northern section f Webster County was given to Jumboldl County UNDER THE proposal the new oard of supervisors could pick county seal and change the a me of the county if desired Bills introduced in the House londay would Change the dates of primary lections from the first Monday 11 June to the firsl Monday in VICTIM Or FAIIM1SK Cedar County Sheriff Jack Lfivcrciix is examined hy his deputy Richard Vardcn aftcy beinft struck in the neck hy buckshot fired by Jlarold Laing 15 Clinton farmer Vardcn was nicked also but neither was injured seriously Farmer Held in Shootings Near Clinton CLINTON 45yearold farmer wenl berserk with a shotgun his farm home before he was finally subdued Sunday Harold Laing farmer living eiyht miles north of here finally was disarmed by Clinton County Sheriff Marvin Bruhn after officers had cut off electric power to the farmhouse and fired tear gas shells into the home about x f Deputy sheriffs said Laing gave no explanation for his actions bul said the shooting may started afler an argument with his wife and his brolher David Officers went fo the farm near the little town of Almont after Charles 49 a farmhand on the Laing farm reported Laing had wounded him in the lemplc willra shot from a 12 gauge shot ugust change the date of party ounly conventions to the third Heavy Damage by Flames to Home in Alta Vista ALT A dnmiter Ltiigi Prcti Fonfani Cabinet Resigns ROME U1M ProWestern Premier Amintorc Fanfani and bis sixmonlhold coalition cabinet resigned Monday precipitating a major political crisis that may lake weeks to heal Kanfani took the decision at a sevenminute cabinet meeting aft er months of pleading failed to end he split in his own Christian Democratic Party and in that of his coalition partner the Social Democrats President Giovanni G r o n c h i asked Kanfani to remain on in a caretaker basis while he began setting up political appointments for Wednesdaywhen Gronchi will try to select a new premier THE POLITICAL rifts were to deep and the Christian Democrats so weakened in the last general elections thai new elections may be necessary before a stablegov eminent can he formed Fnnfani has barely skimmed through recent mcnl and downfall appeared inevitable He said Monday lie had considered resigning last monlh but deferred because of a NATO meeting in Paris He also postponed action he said o prepare and present he mdgcf for he next fiscal year Ui in view of the lasting diffi culties in his way he decided Monday to step oul of the picture IMMEDIATE speculation on icw premier centered oh Chris an Democrat Fernando Tam jnmi 51 minister of interior in he outgoing cabinet He held a abincl post under the late Al idc dc Gaspcri who kept Italy rom yoing Communist inL948 Another possibility was Deputy remierAntonio Segni who will c 68 next month Scgni was pre mier in his own right from July until May 18 1957 but ambroni was considered the trongest candidate The Kanfani decision was an ounccd first by Finance Minis Thc crisis was brought on by Devin home here Sunday aflUhc resignation of a cabinet min SAME IOWA SAFETY DKIA sage was done by fire at the Rob Lizer was treated at a Clinton iday Mm7rv7inihospital Thc wound was critjcr 1 ical crnoon According to craldslci by two nlneis to 1 Crooks local fire chief the 01 anrl rumcily shifting po SHERIFFS officers said Laing positions on the parl of stead of the fourth Friday Remove the restriction govern ing the size of onepound pack ages of margarine Present law says the package lias to be ap proximately by 4 basement as they fled out drove his wife and two was caliscd a fiulllhers Edmund M arid Betty 10 outlet the lunise firing two shots inloj Thc Dcvins family was away AIJow statechartered banks to provide teller windows in their parking lots even though the lots do not adjoin the bank building MAKE IT mandatory for a rail a public hearing basement door Mrs La ing and the children took refuge with a neighbor Laing then barricaded himself in house About 20 officers including Clinton and Cedar County sheriffs when the fire was discovered by a passing motorist Four rooms were damaged and he rest of the house and its contents suf fered heavy smoke and water damage Thc house at the edge of town was partially covered 11TH FOR LENNONS HOLLYWOOD W The fourroacl I rnnnn ilpr nf lhr I uvi tnc wa Commerce Cpimcs ami tclcvisfon show before closing any of jtspalrolmcn surrounded the house suranco on thc household goods a new sister The 6pound 9ounce terminals or shops Deputy Sheriff Jack The local PTA has launched a girl was born Saturday to Mr and Mrs William Lcnnon in near Santa Monica their llth child Crank Up Legal Machinery for Hawaiian Statehood Bill WASHINGTON UPI Eisenhower administra tion wished bon voyage Mon day to a bill which would make the eight sunkissed Hawaiian islands the 50th state of the union The outlook for clear sailing through Congress is bright Interior Secretary Fred A Seaton the leadoff witness at House Interior Committee hear ings on the measure gave the administrations endorsement to Hawaiian statehood Seaton said Hawaii has met every test for statehood and is not susceptible to control by Communist Congressmen who want Ha highwayjby insurance here was no m Appropriate S25iooo a year i0 tried lo talk Laing into surrcndcrjdrivc for clothing household fur aid disabled veterans in Iowa infi but thc farmer fired at Provide s 60day wailing pcriodj was not wounded Jet Airliner in First Transcontinental Run LOS ANGELES new jet airliner flew lo New York in four hours and three minutes Sunday then turned around and flew back againsl headwinds in six hours and 22 minutes The American Airlines 707 Boeing Jet liner making the firsl commer cial transcontinental run carried and cash for thc passengers and a crew of 8 family Donations of clothingancijon each flight Westbound flights before a decree of separate maini y 1C mav be left at takc onScr because of lenance could be granted crcm and Cedar County Deputy prevailing winds Scheduled flight Exempt county homes for nTT T TmC plane frnm iIm hul WCIC not Kohls Cash may be lefton New YorkLos Angeles Irip hurl inow have no right to strike wan to follow Alaska into the union were confident of early success They have set up a tentative timetable calling for House approval by Easter March 29 The stiffest opposition was ex pected from Chairman Howard W Smith DVa of the power ful House Rules Committee which temporarily sidetracked action on Alaskan statehood last aged from the new slate nursing regulations Provide in labor ATTEMPTS by telephone lo disputes involving workers in cily i induce Laing lo surrender wcrc and town fire departments wholunavailablc La ing insisted he would not be taken alive officers said Tear gas shells were lobbcc I at the K 1 Weber office is aboul nine hours Colder Weather on Menu for lowans Colder weather movcrl into Iowa Sunday and is expected to con tinue most of the rest of Ihisj week Thc storm system which veered suddenly inlo thc state touched off snow in thc northern parl and freezing rain and drizzle in the southeast Thc snow year Other Southern lawmakjfall was heaviest in thc northeast ers also were expected lo fight where Klkadcr got five inches against statehood for the Pa cific territory Dubuque two and Mason City one gas sncIJs were through thc windows of the home at intervals but Iaing apparently was able to dispel enough of the fumes with an electric fan to keep from being overcome Officers finally pulled thc main switch on the power line leading lo the Lning farmhouse then fired a number of tear gas shells into the place Sheriff Bnihn crept close to the door and as Laing stumbled out knocked him to the ground and disarmed him Two Young Band its Get in Holdup at Nora Springs NORA Iowa authorities Monday were hunting two men who held up a cafe op erator here early Sunday and made off with S58 Police Chief Burr Fisher said flugh Tipton was alone in he 2Cs Cafe when Ihe men entered iust before closing time at When thc two asked fon cleaned oul the cash drawer The two then ran outside and drove off Tipton was not injured The bandits were described ifl their mid20s Search for the thugs later switched to Mason City where two men reportedly answering their description registered at a money Tipton attempted to Both were able lo identify nol being sure they were serious themselves however and au Onc of the men then struck Tip itlioritics said they were not on in the stomach while olherllwo in Question   

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