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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited ior MASON CITY GLOBE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans VOL 97 HOME EDITION Associated Presn Unllcd Inlcmallonal Full Lease Wlrci MASON THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 Neighbors 7i Copy Thin Paper Conttilt ol 1wa m Restudy Judicial Reform AboutFace by Senate FROM OOK WIRESERVICES DBS M01NES Members of the Iowa Senate pulled out all parliamentary slops Thursday but wound up deciding to recon sider a judicial reform measure approved Tuesday The measure providing a con stitutional amendment to have judges appointed instead of elected wiil be taken up Tues day as special order of busi ness The reconsideration was sug gested by Sen R G Moore D who failed when he tried to change the measure substantially Tuesday Moores defeated amendment would have the Legislature set up the mechanics of two judicial nomi nating commissions which would suggest the names of candidates for the Iowa Supreme Court and the district courts The original measure would have the gover nor and the Iowa Bar Assn ap point the commission members BOTH VERSIONS would give the governor authority to name the jurists from among the com mission nominees Moores reconsideration pro posal passed by a 2522 vote In all five votes on various parli amentary maneuvers were tak en before the outcome was de cided Sen David 0 Shaff RClin ton asked that the reconsider ation proposal be killed His mo tion lost 2623 Sen George OMalley DDes Moines opposed delayin further action on the measure until Tuesday after commenting that he was galled at the pres sure that was directed at him to block any reconsideration Iowa Probers Submit Tough New Laws to Curb Voting Abu FKuM OUK WIKK MOINES Tough new laws lo bar outofstatc financing of Iowa political campaigns and cure other election abuses were proposed Thursday by the lowu Legislative Investigating Com mittee The committee offered nine bills containing n u m c r o u s changes lo modernize and en present laws covering eloe lion procedures and campaign abuses tin committee said it ut covered ii its 18monlli invest gallon practices Sen Duano Dcwel lll The committee said it four vice chnirman of Hie committee suit the bills would be introduced in I ho Legislature as soon MS practicable A number of llio proposed laws were drawn to end some of the present laws most of hem wri ten before 1900 inadequate fo modern day conditions lint warned that public opinion must demand strict Lnforcc ment of the laws whatever llui PART OF DREAM COMES TRUE Brian liugs Pasquale a New ark N firedogyas be gets a ride on a fireboat with Capt George Hatere The boat named after Brians grandfather AP is to be decommissioned and Brian wants to buy it He has saved and plans to bid on the craft when it is sold at auction LETS TAKE recess to discuss the matter but lets dispose of it OMalley said He said supporters of the original reform measure deluged him with telephone calls to the point that if 10 more people call me Ill vote against OMalley an attorney sup ported the original measure The Senate also defeated 3117 a bill to permit a refund with out interest if a veterans prop erty tax exemption claim is filed not more than one year late Thirteen bills were introduced in the Senate including Authorizing statewide non binding referendum vote next U S Space Program Cost Posted WASlilNGTON Iff The gov ernment unveiled spending plans Thursday for a space program that will include a variely of rocket shols into oulcr space and launching of an inflatable communications satellite twice the width of a basketball court These are among S105 million of projected 1959 spending for which contract awards were an lowa Not so cold northwes Thursday night lows zero t 14 below north zero to 8 abov south A little warmer Friday highs 1522 northeast 223 southwest Further cloudy an warmer nounced by naiitics and the National Aero Space Administra Mason City Partly cloudy con tinned cold Thursday night low 1214 below Partly cloudy and a little warmer Friday high near 15 Minnesota Fair slightly warm er High Friday 1020 Nov 3 on legalizing Hquorby thedrink Exempt from taxation 60 per cent of the taxable valuation of farm land and buildings ex cluding dwellings Create a three member state board of labor relationsap pointed by the governor lo handle on the state level dis putes such as those handled by lion More may conje later Included in this years spend ing plans is million ear marked for equipment for even tually manned space a goal not expected to be achieved this vcar the National Board Labor Relations 22 HERE Mercury in Skid Well Below Zero Temperalures plunged lo near ly 30 below zero in some sec tions of Iowa Thursday as a mass of frigid air look a firm grip on the slale for Ihe unip tecnlh time this season Sibley had the slate low with an icy 29 below Other below zero readings included Spencer 25 Mason City 22 Waterloo 14 Sioux City 11 and Dubuque 9 Litlle lelup in Ihe cold wealher is expected Thursday nighl wilh lemperalures across OTHER for 1959 projecls included 1 to the Air Force for deep space toward Venus and other planets 2 to the Air Force for ThorAblc rocket boosters to launch satellites and to the Army for Juno II satellite boosters 3 to he Army two million to the Air Force and to the Navy for moon probe projects in addition to the five previously taken over from the Defense Department 4 lo the Army Ord nance Missile Command for launching a 100fool inflatable sphere to be used as a com munications saleilile 5 MILLION to the Office of Naval Research for Ihe Van GlobeGazelle weather up to 8 a m Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 a in YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Thornton Man Found Frozen Near Tracks data 10 22 14 16 President Arrives at CO ACAPULCO Mexico sii will Demos Give In to Ike WASHINGTON UPI gressional Democrats decide Thursday lo give in lo Preside Eisenhowers economypleas b culling back their airport ai program But Republican Sen Norri Colfon Nil described Eisen howers dclicalelyb a 1 a n c e budget as a house of cards bound to be toppled sooner o He said the spcndin juggernaut was r o11 i n through he halls of Congres completely THE HOUSE Commerce Com m i t t c c trimmed the Serial passed million airport pla to S365 million That still Jef the Democratic measure consic crably more expensive than schhowers proposal The bill which is expected t head for House floor aclion ncx now matches dollar fo dollar lhc ainoiinl requested fo resorl Eis howcr Thursday on his good next 16 months bylhc Presi visit wilh Mexican Presidentdent Aclolfo Lopex Maleos But the still author The 49yearold AT e x i c a n leader led a big delegation of government officials who gath ered at the gaily bedecked air port to welcome Eisenhower Thousands of excited Mexi cans lined the streets of Aca pulco to join in he greeting The President flew here in his icrsonal plane the Columbine II after an overnight slop at 3crgstrom AirForcc Base Tex With the Mexican President verc Ambassador Robert Mill and Mexicos foreign minister Manuel Tello Accompanying Eisenhower his brother Milton Eisen ower a White House adviser n interAmerican affairs and toy H Rubollom assistant see izc mjLlion dollars mor than Eiscnjibjyycr asked for sub sequent DEM OCR ATS apparent ly feeling the sting of Eisen lipwcrs spendthrift charges already have cut SlOO million from the airport plan in Uic Sen ate and 875 million from an om nibus housing bill in the House In other Congressional news Chairman John L McClcllan D Ark of tiic Senate Rackets in quiry was scheduled to intro duce a abor cleanup bill This came on the heels of approval by the Senate labor subcom mittee of a milder Democratic measure sponsored by Sens John Sam F J Kennedy DMass and Ervin Senate THORNTON Otto 54 was found dead Thursday clary of state for Latin Amen an relations After he welcoming cere Schmidt jmoncs the two presidents sterner labor re proposals said the subcom ImiUce action did not kill off AI HOTEL CRUMBLES Upper floors of the Royal Palms Hotel at Atlantic City N crumble as flames roar upward The fivestory resort was only partially occupied and all escaped safely Several firemen were injured however by burning debris r Rep Carter Defends Salary Paid to Son for working in his to talk on Ihe Mexican morning near the Chicago and Great Western tracks here Robert Sawyer an employe of the Thornton Enterprise found the frozen body on his way to dential yacht Sotavento BONUS FIGURES MARSHALLTOWN Ko rean War bonuses had been paid out to guard II weather eye satellite launched Tuesday and for three remaining satellite launchings 6 to the Atomic En Tracks in the snow Iowa veterans as of Feb 18 that he had probably fallen on Ray J Kauffman executive see the belowzerojretary of the Stale Bonus Board crawled to thejsaid Thursday Claims received the tracks in cold and then Woodford Wheeler Lumber building a few feet away Co joy the Isaid board total he Libby Resigns His Atomic Energy Post WASHINGTON Wiilard F Libby resigned from he Atomic E n ergy Commission Wednesday He said he had to go back to teaching and re search if I am fo remain a WASHINGTON At Steven A Carter son o cp Steven V Carter a freshman Democratic congrcssnm om Iowa receives about a year office He also attends college Its true that be is my son and only Carter said Thurs ay but hes worth that much to me and the Carter said his son handles such things as research uinl ublic relations and makes a radio report lo the Iowa congress onal district onec a week Young Carter also is a freshman prelaw student at George University He transferred to George Washing ton from the University of Iowa rafter his fathers election I Carter said lie wasnt hiding his sons employment His has a nnniepiatc on the desk he Cyprus Pact Given OK LONDON Wi An agreement ending four years of bloodshed on Cyprus was signed Thursday by he British Turkish and Greek governmenls Turkish Foreign Minister Fa in the office Carter said he congressman s went over G5 applications for Uic post and Steve had the most outstanding may be lo assure thai cam paigns will be concluded in an honest and fair The proposed new laws would allow candidates to spend more in campaigns but would set up a strict new syslcm requiring expenses Fail ure lo file bo reports or filing incorrect ones would disquali fy Ihe candidate for office Others would providea new method of handling absentee ballots scl out improved pro cedures for selling up and using voting machines and change Ihe primary election dale from Ihe first Monday in June lo lie Cirsf Tuesday after Hie firsl Monday in Ivine THE UNITY CLUB scandal which shook Ihe Iowa Commerce Commission last sprang and dis closure hill outstale labor un ions Had contributed heavily lo the campaign of Gov Her schel Loveless were dealt wilh in the committee suggestions II recommended legislation lo 1 Make il unlawful for any nonresident to offer or any lownn to accept money labor services or other things of value for campaign purposes in this stale Duly organized po litical parlies would be exempt ed if they registered wilh the secretary of slale first 2 Prohibit slale office hold ers from either soliciting or ac cepting from slale employes nny money or oilier thing of value Violation would be punishable by up to a year in jail or a 000 fine The Unily Club was an organi zation of Commerce Commission employes originally formed lo operate a flower and gift fund The committee developed testi mony that in 1957 and early about 80 per cent of the money collected by the club had been distributed monthly to the three commissioners then all Republicans Two Democratic commissioners were elccled in lie Nov 4 general election HERE ARE the recommtnda ions of Ihe committee IermiL a candidate to spend on a campaign twice the annual salary of the office he seeks resent law limits expenditures o half the annual salary Sen Jewel said the new provision pplics to candidates pcrsonal y not to funds spcnl on Iheir ehalf by political organiza ions Scl up machinery for filing ow much and where Ihe candi alcs spend liic money and Ihe nines and addresses of all do ors of money or labor Ban any person or qrganiza on outside of Iowa donating noney or labor to a candidate nlcss il has a branch inside the talc Change dale of primary elec ons from first Monday in June first Tuesday following the rsl Monday in June lo avoid xlra expense of selling up ma lincs on Sunday Cerro Gordo County authori ties were investigating the cause of death Schmidt who had been em subzero the stale ergy Commission for its lnc Farmers Eleva gram lo develop a nuclear rockjlor here 28 yearSi has no sur et engme ivivors in this country His NASA said million will bejbrolher sistcr jn Denmark spent this year on Us notjfjcd of his death contract to develop a million pound thrust singlechambcrj rocket engine This contract nomced previously was award Rep Reed Congressman Since 1918 Dead at 83 lin Xorlu in announcing the cnm pact said there had been no Carter said his son has camj ESTABLISH a system of ex jpaigncrl Hi rough tho Iowa votingmachines by representatives of both polilical h compromise nnd can express concessions to Archbishop Ma pojnt of karios leader of the Grcek Cypriol negotiators j The Mediterranean island will has an advanced interest in poli Im rcn proiid o have him become independent with mc hc congressman Highs Thursday were a repeal of Wednesday when they ranged from 10 above al Mason Cily lo 21 above at Lamoni and Coun cil Bluffs A warming trend is expected Friday as winds swilch lo Ihe to the Rockeldyne Division of Norlh American Avialion Car Rams Train Iowa Man Killed soulh Salurdays oullook calls for partly cloudy skies and warmer readings SHIP FEARED SUNK REYKJAVIK Iceland UPI lighthouse service vessel Hermodur was feared sunk off southwest Iceland Thursday with 32 men aboard Authorises said 200ton vessel foundered in itorm Wednesday Big Batch of Heroin Seized Man Held ATLANTA SIOUX CITY C Shipley 33 Sioux City was Ikilled Thursday vhcn the Mil waukee R o a ds Chicagolo Omaha Arrow passenger A shorl chubtrain slammed inlo his car at by man was arrested aboard an airliner arriving here Thursday after a telephoned bomb threat uncovered heroin valued al a crossing here Shipleys car was tossed feel and demolished by the pacl He was pinned in 100 im Ihe about on the illicit market in luggage at York airport The man a New York drivers license is sued lo Richard Alslon M of Jamaica Long Island He wasJHe said he Ihoughl il might a Engineer Clarence S h u g a t carrieriiSioux Cily said Ihe car appar ently skidded into Ihe palh of the train while Irying lo slop held for invesligalion Police Supt J L Tuggle said have made il across the racks if Shipley had not Iried lo and Turkish leadership and Brilain relaining rights lo itsj carter said his son attends important military bases classes a I tht univer A session of nearly two and reports lo work in the was held following a similar stscarlv afternoon slaying until WASHINGTON MVRep Danisjon Wednesday night Zorluabout n icf Aldcn Reed R NY diedRepresented Turkey in lhc he has to miss classes for Thursday al Waller Reed Hos parlies and allow for lighter control of Voting machines Require one person from each jpolilical parly lo walch while a person votes on an absentee bal lot and provide a system for protesting qualifications of the voter Prohibit a person from sign ing another persons name to a candidates nominalion papers Bar dislilieries or ils dislribu lors from donaling lo DANIEL REED pilal where he had been re ceiving Ircalmenl for 14 weeks for an infecled fool He was 83 The vclcran congressman N born at Sheridan N was elected to Congress Nov 5 1918 and has served continuously from New Yorks 43rd Congres sional Dislricl since that lime Reed was chairman of the laxwriling House Ways and Means Commiltce in the 83rd Congress when Ihe Republicans were in Ihe majority He was ranking Republican on the group at lhc time of death He was a delcgalc lo Ihe In terparliamentary Union meeting in Rome in 1Q48 and has repre senled lhc Uniled Slates al sub sequent meetings of he organ ization in Sweden Switzerland and Franco scnce of Premier Adnan Carter said lie dcres still confined to the pilal afler a The olhcr plane crash participants Prime Minister Macmillan Brilain and Premier Conslan line Karamanlis of Greece with lop aides Sports Bulletin DES MOINES American quarterback Randy Duncan of Iowa signed a two year contract Thursday to for Vancouver of Ihe Canadian Western Interpro vincial Football Union Dun can the No 1 draft choice of the Green Bay Packers re portedly would get about 000 for the twoyear pact Forbid a person lo pay or re Young Carters salary comeswarcl another person lo were from about lhc for officc or lo withdraw Imcnl provides congressmen forfrom lhc election campaign SAME 87 SATElV DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black means raffle death In 24 hours Forbid any elected or ap pointed public official from so liciting oraccepting money or labor kickbacks from any persons in his employ Require county auditors to re main on duty in llicir offices un til lhc last precinct in the conn rcporls election results FALSE ALARM BOX LITTLE CHUTE Wis UPI board members com plained Thursday that corner fire alarm boxes were a nuis ance They have been used only for false alarms for he past two years 1   

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