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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 18, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowani Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL Associated Press and United Picsslnln national Full Lease Witcs MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18 7o Copy o Iwo flocllon lit Want Dulles to Stay On President Judicial Reform Heated Debate by Senate contro DES MOJNES versial judicial reform measure which would make sweeping changes in Iowas court system passed in Senate Tuesday on a 2918 vote Passage came after more than three hours of debate dur ing which three proposed amendments were beaten down and another was adopted The proposed conslitulional amendment which has Ihe firm backing of the Iowa Stale Bar and other groups would provide an appointive judicial system Under the amendment judi c i a I nominating commissions would make recommcndalions to the governor who in turn would make Ihe appointments lo Supreme Court Court vacancies and District A HEATED lawyers battle developed on the floor before fi nal passage came Sen D C Nolan R Iowa an outspoken critic of the bill in ils original form said 1 cant the fad Ihal our judicial system is 102 years old and it will be obliler ated by such a The original bill not only would have revamped the Dis trict and Supreme Court sys tems but would have abolished the socalled inferior Mayors Police Municipal and Justice of the Peace Courts Much of the argument devel oper1 over an amendment sub mitted by Nolan and which would have adopted afederal court system for Iowa His amendment would h a pro vided life tenure for District and Supreme Court jurists and would have removed from the original proposal the section to abolish inferior courts HOWEVER Nolans amend AP Ihololax PROPHETIC GESTURE Jesus Sosa in the Cuban Army under Batista draws his fingei his throat in a gesture of violent death just before hearing a military tribunal pronounce him guilty of war crimes and mass murder Later he died calmly before a firing even gave the order to fire McCoy to Fight Iowa Point Plan DES MOINES Wl lowab traffic point system has beer invoked against Jack McCoy 29 stale labor official and former slale legislalor who lost his drivers license and his aulo plates for 30 days McCoy of OUumwa is execu live vice president of the Iowa Federation of Labor He was a Democratic representative from Wapello County in the 1955 and I I W I U 1 I U I I 1 IM J f J t 1 1 i ment failed on a 3811 vote Put 1957 sessions of the Legislature the legislators later adopted a portion of another Nolan amend ment which would keep the in ferior court system The bill provides for a slate judicial nominating commission of not less than Ihree nor more lhan eight appoinlive members and an equal number of eleclive members The appoinlive mem bers would be named by Ihe governor and confirmed by Ihe Senale It would be their duty to submit three nominees for each high court vacancy The bill provides for the es tablishment of district judicial nominating committees in each judicial districl of Ihe stale of nol less lhan llirec nor more McCoy who has been a lobby ist at Ihe 1959 session said he plans to resisl the action of Iowa Safety Commissioner Rus sell Brown in ordering the sus pension on ground that accumulated JO points on two Iraffic violations since last April UNDER THE IOWA system 10 points means automatic sus pension of driving privileges Brown said McCoy was sus pended effective Monday until March 16 on the basis of his whole bul McCoy said Ihe aclion was extremely severe and added 1 have no choice but lo bring Ihe mailer lo the altcnlion of than six appoinlive members and an equal number of People of Iowa mnmhprc In Ihis rasp Iwn SllCll p and to the members In this case two aiicn power should poinlive members would hejj01 in an admimstra named by the governor would be the duly of such a above southeast fair and colder Mason City Fair and colder Wednesday night lows 712 below Continued fair and cole Thursday highs 1015 Iowa Colder and generally clear Wednesday nighl lows from 12 below northwest lo 4 Continued Thursday highs from 10 norlheast to 23 southwest Further Some lighl snow and not so cold Friday Minnesota Conlinued c 1 ea r cold Highs Thursday 10 north 18 soulli FiveDay Iowa Temperatures will average G lo 8 degrees be low normal Wednesday night llirough nexl Monday Normal highs arc 34 north lo 42 soulh Normal lows are 14 norlh lo 22 soulh Cold Ihe remainder of this week with a warming Irend beginning over the week end Precipitation will aver age onetenth of an inch or less as occasional lighl snow during the period GlobeGazelle weather data up to 8 a in Wednesday Maximum Minimum At 8 a m Precipitation EAR AGO Maximum Minimum commillee lo submit two nomi nees lo lhe governor for each dislrict court vacancy THE BILL provides that if the governor fails within 30 days to make an appoinlmenl il shall be made by the chief justices of the Supreme Court Terms of Supreme Court judges shall be not less than eight years and Districl Courf judges nol less lhan six under the measure The bill provides that Su preme Court and Dislrict Court judges stand on their record at the end of their terms The people would either vote lo re tain or not to ictain them In the event the voters turn down a jurist the governor would start the appointmenl proce dure over again FIRE LOSS on McCOY 513 in and costs a charge of running a red light al Bel lendorf and in December was assessed a like penally on a charge of drivj mg 43 miles anj hour in a 30 mile zone in DCS Moiries 23 0 0 snow JO Fire de Whites Boycott School 22 Negroes Enrolled FRONT R 0 Y A L Va Twentytwo Negro children an six while teachers but not while child came lo Warrc County High School as il r opened Wednesday School officials liad said pr viously h c y did not more than a dozen while chi clren lo return to the schoi which had been closed for fiv months They also said they especie thai the1 14 teachers not unde contract lo a private lional group would come in bi vhen regislration began onl six leachcrs Principal Jame S Duff and his secretary wer on hand THE MAJORITY of the while b o u I continuing in private segre gated classes School officials conferred wit he pupils on the siihjecls the w o u Id vlakc at the starl o classes Thursday The Negroes were as caln as could be expected under th I h e officia said although a few showc signs of nervousness A few o s 11 j newspaper reporters and pho on hand a he 22 arrived at Ihe end of lh arricaded slreel leading lo th school Some in the crowd wer vhite children of school age There were no incidents o shoutings Q D G A S Q U E Warren lounty school superintendent said he was surprised that n vhile children came He addec he was always pleased when any unusual event occurs and is not accompanied by friction or indesirable The school had a normal en ollmenl of around white upils and al Ihe beginning of he term last year had 41 teach rs under contract Twentysix these resigned and acctplec osilions wllh Ihe privale school roup The others had offered icir services but the privale chool corporation said Ihey ere not needed The stales compulsory school llendance law was repealed by he General Assembly in ils pecial session early this monlh parents no longer are under le gal compulsion lo send Iheir children lo school The complele boycott by white pupils was in sharp con trast lo the reopening of six closed secondary schools al Norfolk on Feb 2 Mosl of Nor folks displaced pupils calmly enlcrcd the schools with 17 Negroes HAVENT FOUND SINGLE FAULT Vanguard II Whizzes On By JOHN H AVERILL WASHINGTON Ml Amer icas newest earth salellilc streaked through space Wed nesday flashing back hourly data Ihal may open a now era in mans ability lo forecast Ihe weather Jubilant scientists al Na tional Aeronautics and Space Administration Ijoadquartors reported weather monitoring equipment aboard the 20inch satellite was working per We havent found a faull a NASA spokesman said Among oilier things the medicine ballsize globe is de signed lo spol and report cloud conditions in an experiment designed eventually lo help forecasters predict storms However NASA officials re iterated Ihal il probably will ho Iwo weeks before electrical signals Iransmilled from this satellite can be processed and findings reported By thai lime radio ballcries which report findings of the satellites wcalbcr eyes a pair of pholo havc gone dead Hut lhe satellite itself 21 pound sphere launched T u e s d a y from Cape Cnna vcHal may continue lo orbil through space for al least a decade possibly for cen turies Not until lhc effects of atmospheric drag can be ob served and calciilnlcd will a more definite lifo span be known t Triggered by radio signals from ground stations lhe sat ellites liiry radio Inmsmillrr flashes back weather data ap proximately once ouch hour A NASA spokesman said the device is triggered at least OUR WIHK twice every Lalcsl calculations indicated lhc saltllilc dubbed Vanguard II makes a complele orbil of lhe earlli every minutes Its high point reaches out roughly miles and ils low point about MS miles Sees No Shiftin V Strategy Secretarys Role Lauded A SHOTGUN SOUVENIR The gift of a shotgun to Russian Premier Klmish beginningof Khrushchev warmly chev left proved an apt coincidence clad against snow and cold received the The Red leader speaking of Berlin had weapon from crafLsmcn at a 250ycar just warned the West if anybody old gunfactory aL Tula an industrial should start shooting it will mean the confer near Advance Medical Care Bill jslroyed the interior of a DX Oil Co storage building here Tries day in a congested area of lhe city FREE OF DEBT FORT DODGE County is now free of debt after retiring its last bond County Audilor Dan J Rhodes said there will be no county lax levy for the first lime in 25 years SAME fluff mraiu no traffic death In pusf 24 hourij Marshall Has Second Stroke FT BRAGG N C UPI Army doctors reported Wed nesday lhat ailing Gen George C Marshall has suffered an other stroke more severe than Ihe mild one of Jan 15 Doclors at Womack General Hospital where the78yearold Marshall has been recovering from his stroke of last month said the prognosis was guard They said Marshall was conscious and IVIRK SKKVrCKS WASHINGTON House liber 1s Wednesday kicked off rive lo pass a controversial la orbacked bill that would and social security benefits to elude medical care for old Iks The legislation would in effect rovide the elderly with paid p hospital and surgical insur nct for life BITTERLY OPPOSED by American Medical Assn as a jslep loward medicine ithe measure is almost sure o stir up one of lhc hottest fighls of the Democratic 86lh Congress The bill introduced by Rtp Airne L Fprand is re garded as a must by the AFL ClO and has wide popularity among oldsters lo whom Con gress oflen caters i Webster Bill to Prohibit Sunday Sole of Cars Approved Suspend Cyprus Debate LONDON Cypriol leaders pressed Archbishop Makarios Wednesday lo de mand a plebiscite in which the DES MOINES bill to ban the sale of cars on Sunday passed the Iowa House 7826 Wednesday after a long debate It now goes to the Sen ate Rep George P Rapson R Cherokee said the bill had the backing of 95 per cent of Iowas car dealers Rep Robert E Conner DOttum jncoplc of Cyprus could accept wa said he opposed the bill because the majority of the car dealers were trying to force a minority of them to close on Sunday or reject the proposed conslitu lion for he strategic Mediter ranean island EL scnhowcr said Wednesday he wants cancerstricken John Fos ter Dulles to slay on as secre tary of state ns long as he like carrying on because ho has no equal in the world in wisdom and knowledge of foreign af fairs The President said doctor have assured him thai lhe Sec retarys heart and mind arc not affected by his disease He said lie lias nol discussed specifically wilh anyone Ihe pos sibility of a successor for the ailing Secretary A HERNIA operation last Friday disclosed thai Dulles has a recurrence of cancer which first struck him in Eisenhower said he and Dulles agreed during a talk al the Armys Waller Reed Medical Center Tuesday thai lhe United Stales and ils Allies should go right ahead in their prepara tions for high level negotiations willi Russia on the Berlin crisis and German problems Eisenhower said Dulles backed up by a competent sec ond echelon al lhe Slate Depart ment He said lhat as long at Dulles heart and mind re mained at lhc service of lhe American people negolialion de tails were not dependent on the Secretarys condition Eisenhower said that since Dulles became secretary of stale be has made il clear lo lhe President Ilia I any lime Eisen hower feels the Secretary either or national lia bility the President can accept his resignation IN THIS CONNECTION El senhower said Dulles had never nadc the specific statement that he wanted lo resign be cause lhat would have indicated he Secretary wanted to lay Jown his duties and Dulles will be treated with ra lialion therapy in an cfforl lo control lhc cancer condition On lhc Berlin crisis ilself lhe resident said lhat if Ihere is my shooting on this issue it will c lhc Russians who slarl il He said lhc United Stales and Is Allies arc firmly determined o carry out their responsibili ics under 1949 agreements for he independence and welfare of he people of West Berlin Jf ny force is used Ihe President The conference on Cyprus in jt h t b lh Ai r Rep Adrian Brinck DWest Point told the House Ihal if dependence was ilself sus Communists exercising il in an ponded until Turkish to hlock lhc from Adnan Mendercs recovers fromryfng oul duty to lhe car sales on Sunday juries suffered in lhe plane Wcs it should 90 right down the Tuesday which killed 15 persons riding THE PRESIDENT made it clear lhat the United Slates and Jits Allies intend to continue to line and legislate against nf ceries and all the rest who stay on John Duffy DDu I INFORMANTS SAID p p y Communistencircled buqut said tht bill doesnt w as widespread uneasiness Wcsl Bcriin ovcn jf Uic Russians about the proposed constitution JRO through wilh their threat to amnna ihn n Qvcr IQ Germans give Iowa car dealers along the states boundaries a pro among the 23 advisers n i f m per break because dealers in Panying Makarios who is the some other states stay open unchallenged leader of the is on Two other bills passed would lands Greek Cypriol majority by May 21 control of East Ber lin and the access route to West Berlin Eventually it would require boost from 9 Jo 10 cents a THESE TWO violations to lhc best of my knowledge are lhe only violations I have had in 13 years of he said Brown said Ihal when a li cense is suspended for violalions the commissioner also has right lo lake up lhc license plales un der the slale financial rcspon sibilily law He said if McCoyi his blood pressure and pulse were slablc Al shows proof of financial responj presenl he shows no evidence of paralysis of sibilily he can keep lhe plales his mrvlipal hnllofin said and others can use the car McCoy said lhe suspension might force him lo resign from a job which it has laken me 10 years lo The right of the Slate Safety Department to suspend licenses is the larget of a bill before the Legislature by Rep Robert Na tion RWcbster He would transfer such aulhorily to local courts the medical bulletin said The stroke came after an announcement Tuesday lhat the relired general and former sccrelary of state had shown signs of mod erate weakening the first report Ihal he was nol recovering as expecled from lhe mild stroke suffered before dawn Jan 15 at his winter home in nearby Pinehurst Col G M Powell chief of medicine at big increases in social security i taxes on employes and employ crs lo finance it j IF YOU are a worker making or more a year you now ipay S120 in social security taxes Under lhc presenl law your lax will jump nexl January and climb gradually lo a peak ofj in On top of this Forands billj would add a year lo pay for mile for sheriffs car allow ance and increase the allow ance for feeding prisoners and increase the salary of city councilmen with a wide varia tion depending on the size of the community Light Irritates Man He Shoots It Out HAMILTON Ohio UP Every MARSHALL the Army hospilal here said Marshall now has some difficulty swallowing and seeing Marshall had been virlually bedridden Ihrough he last monlhs of 1958 Judges Boy Prove Prophetic CHICAGO judge told Makarios was understood toj be under heavy pressure hold off approval of lhe agree jmcnt pending a plcbiscilc i Tho escape of Mendercs one of 10 survivors of lhc Vis kounl crash in lhc fog near Lon jlime James Daniels 42 ap was fjcstrjbcd by proachcd a cerlain intersection JAJ officjals as 3 ncar mjr Ihe walkwait pedes itrian Hgnts at the intersection Iwotild turn lo he told Akrmf SHORTLY AFTER Menderes Thi he sajd irritatcri AbOUt crashcd another aircraft passed ju s I overhead and jlanded safely with Greek Pre imier Conslantine Karamanlis him Tuesday aflcrnoon when lhe lighl lurncd lo Daniels whipped oul a revolver and shot thrmedical benefits youln ifyou dont mend aboard also enroule lo the the light police reported a smaller lax increase for lhoscjyour ways my bOVi youll wind Prils conference jOfficers charged him with de making less lhan a year jup wjtn your Mendercs was being treated slruclion of property carrying Foes charge Ibis would fall on a jn the bruises shock and possible shorl of mceling ullimale costs Forand as much as conceded this claiming only that his bill talking to Joseph Basile 16 who had violated probation after would match costs for some time al The bill would provide up 60 days a year in hospital care for social security beneficiaries It also would pay for care in a nursing home and surgical serv ices Chief Justice Abraham L injuries He sic pi ovilz of Criminal Court was pleading guilty o car tiicfl charges That was Jan 16 Tuesday a probation officer ap peared before the judge and said Basile was shot and killed during a holdup allempt Feb 10 soundly all nighl and aflcr a a concealed weapon and dis charging firearms in lhc city NEW OUTBREAK BAXTER outbreak of ous ja scarlet fevertype illness has The Turkish leader was lo gel made 25 Baxter school children I borough medical check doctors said his condition was nol scri anolhcr examination M e a n while the conference marked time until the doclors decided when Menderes could leave lhc hospilal ill and 18 others remained at home for observation Dr Ralph H Heercn of the Iowa Health Department was here to inves tigate   

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