Thursday, February 26, 1959

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 26, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor Home VOL n MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowons HOME EDITION Associated Presi and United International Full MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY FEBRUARY 24 W9 7c a Cony Paper of Four IM Advance Billon Liquor House OKs Money Plan DES M01NES ffi Tlio Sen ate Cities and Town Committee advanced to the Senate calendar Thursday a bill legalizing liquor bylhedrink in Iowa The committee voted without dissent to introduce the meas ure as a committee bill The proposed law would go into effect next July in cities having a population of or more and counties having a population of or more un less the council or board of su pervisors determines otherwise IT ALSO provides that if the law in local areas does not go into effect then Ihe people of that area can petition and vote for liquor bythedrink The local option liquor bill also pro vides for strict provision in the licensing of liquor by the drink retailers The measure would provide for four types of licenses They are Class A for clubs which have been in existence a minimum of two years Class B for hotels serving food and with at least 35 sleeping rooms Class C for taverns and restaurants and Class D for railroad dining cars Annual license fees would be Class A S500 to for Class B and C depending on the size of the and for Class D THE LICENSE holders would have to purchase their liquor at wholesale1 rates from the state liquor stores preserving the states monopoly on liquor sales Sen Jack Miller RSioux the committee chairman said the measure would create strict control over liquor sales and was designed to eliminate bootlegging in Iowa The House meanwhile passed a million appropriations bill for new buildings and major im provements at Board of Regents NOSE ITS WAY AROUND This moth appears to have a firm grip on the nose of Karen Arenz 4 Milwaukee the little gal doesnt seem to AP mind Actually the glass side of an aquarium separates the insect and Kar en The moth is just one of Karens many pets Find 2 Mason Cityans Dead m institutions without a dissenting vote The Senate approved the OSAGE A Mason City man and woman early Thursday were found dead of carbon monoxide poisoning in a stalled car north same bill Wednesday also witheast of out a dissenting vote The Dead ure now goes to Gov 106 The Board of asked biennium and the Regents for the had next Governor had recommended REP JACK MILROY RVin chairman of the capital im provements subcommittee said he believed the amount provided would make a sizeable deal in Board of Regents here were Mrs Lyal 1st N W and Martin 31 655 Jackson A third passenger in the car Wayne Solomon 23 Manly waj released at noon from the Mitch ell County Memorial hospital here Me had been taken there to recover from monoxide pois oning MITCHELL COUNTY Sheriff Mervcl Angcll arrived at the ing station in Osage at aboul Wednesday He sait the car went into the ditch al about said they got lout and walked a distance each but could not reach a farm Philip house They then decided to wail S W in the car until someone passed by and found them That was all he could remember He told authorities he was rid ing with the others on their way to see a friend in northeast Mitchell County Angell said the motor in the car was running when he ar rived at the scene He said the subcommittee hadjsLalled car shortly before 1 leftiluptolheBoardofRegentsp6 had left coun to determine Ihe priorities for l the various building projects The bill does not cover the cost of equipment for the new build ings he said because construc tion will not be completed with in two years and the 1961 Legis lature will have time to provide equipment money The bill would give for the Slale University of for Iowa Slale College for Iowa Stale Teach ers College for Ihc Iowa Braille and Sight Saving School at Vinlon for Ihe School for Ihe Deaf al Council Bluffs for Ihe Oakdale sana torium and for roads for the various inslifulions In addition the Slate Historical Society at Iowa City would gel miles north east of here and and the three had stopped daughter of Frank and Flor ence Shipley Thornton and had lived in the Spencer and Emmelsburg areas before mov ing lo Mason Cily Surviving are her husband three daughters Mrs Marvin Cecil Ann Bishop Mason Cily Irene and Mary Clark al home three sons Lyal Clark Oma ha Dale Clark Spencer and Robert Clark at home Two sisters Mrs Hay Stella King Mrs Howard Emmetsbitrg UNION AND POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS New Probe Pending WASHINGTON Sen ale LaborManagement Com mitteeplans an extensive in vestigation of labor unions tactics and spending in politi cal campaigns Son Karl K Mmull RSD said Thursday Mundl the com mil Ices vice chairman predicted tlie in quiry will deal at some length with 1 Whether sonitf union flow er up to buy flow ers for members who are sick or have used only for hose purposes 2 Whether federal laws for bidding unions to participate in federal election campaigns have been viola led or circuiu venlcd The inquiry is believed cer tain to plunge the committees four Democratic and four Re publican members into hitter controversy An investigation of Waller Hcnthers United Workers union last y c a r touched off such a squabble The UAW and many other labor unions traditionally sup port Democrats against He publican candidates Republican members raised sonic erilical questions about UAW flower funds luring last years inquiry but the com mittee refrained from order ing an audit of hose funds at the time One committee member Son Harry 11 was described as pro nosing lhat the new inquiry embrace the explosive subject of unions tactics in last No vembers election campaign againsl right lo work laws Such measures wore defeated Mason City and Victoria King and a brother Glen Thornton Mason City also survive She A passing motorist Virgiljwas preceded in Schucharl Little Cedar had disparents brother covered the stalled car and ters called the sheriff County Cor dealh by and two her sis oner Dr R L Whilley was also summoned AN OPEN BOTTLE of whisky found in the car Angcll he did not know if any of filli was said the passengers had been drink ing Mrs Clark had been employed as cook at the Cerro Gordo Ho tel for the past year She was born Jan 4 1U4 at Rolfe A Blunt Warning to Russ Nikita Backs Out of Tour KIEV Ukraine British rime Minister Harold MacmiJ an flew inlo this capital of Ukraine Thursday without the romised company of Soviet Jremier Nikita Khrushchev The absence of Khrushchev ndicated a further coding off n relations British sources said lhat prior o his departure for Kiev jVlac lillan sternly warned Khrush hev that any attcmpl to inlcr 2rc with Western righls in Bcr n would be fraught with dan cr I A BRITISH spokesman said Imishchev told Macmillan a I meeting in he Kremlin a bad ooth and must have it filled Diplomats wondered whether his was a diplomatic The British have made no sc ret that relations between the two delegations have worsened since Khrushchevs speech on Tuesday in which he virtually rejected Western proposals foi a Big Four foreign ministers meeting on Germany It became known that Mac millan and Khrushchev have virtually ended their talks on world problems DIPLOMATIC sources said he communique likely would At iliotufax AITER HACON KGfiS President Eisenhower and Sen Hugh Scott llPn chat outside the White House after a breakfast of bacon and eggs Scot was among several freshmen Republican senators at the breakfast one of several which the President has scheduled to get acquainted with new members of Congress NOW THE REDS GET INTO Marriage Ceremony Germany Communist East lo replace the love honor and obey in he MARTIN WAS employed by the Mason City Brick Tile Co He was born June 26 1927 in Mason City son of and Ruth veteran of Phillip Martin lie was a World War Partly cloudy and warmer Thursday Mostly cloudy and turning colder in the afternoon Low Thursday night low 20s High Friday mid 30s New Envoy Post for Clare Luce Nora Springs Couple Injured in Accident Iowa Partly cloudy to Thursday night and Scatlcred light snow norlh wesl Thursday night and lighl rain or snow ccnlral and easl Friday forenoon Warmer norlh Thursday night low northwest to mid 30s soulh WASHINGTOiV Mi Clare iBoolhe Luce former envoy to Italy was nominated by Prcsi Eisenhower Thursday lo I be ambassador lo Brazil Mrs Luce served as ambas sador to Ilaly from 1953 to 1957 She retired from that posl be cause of ill health Mrs Luce who will be 56 on ing served Ihe paralroop rs He was a lifelong resident of Mason City Surviving arc three sislers Frances Lee and Juanita and Shirley Johnson Mason Cily and a brother William DCS Moines Visilalion at touch only slightly on interna tional affairs and would ex press agreement in principle o have more trade and more cultural exchanges The talks thus appeared lo have made little headway in reconciling British and Western policies with those of the So viet Union In a chilly political atmos phere Macmillan made it clear lo Khrushchev al a meeting in any a Item pi Ihc Western Berlin ISvangelischo Well official organ of he German Jroteslant Thursday lie Red regime is suggesting1 newljweds exchange this vow pledge to maintain Socialist jtchievemenls and increase the slate power of workers and peasants We promise we will respect each other will help care for and help each other will help each others pro fessional and cultural development will lake our de cisions jointly and will le indissolubly rue to each Ihc Kremlin lhal ito interfere with powers position m the PaUcrsoniCvcry James Funeral Chapel will be from Friday evening until time of services which are pending British informants sairl A communique by Tass the Sovicl news agency in which word is officially weighed Estherville Youth Stabbed in Fight ESTHERVILLE Ml Larry Stinchorsl 10 was critically slabbed and three persons were n jail in connection wilh an argument Thursday Sheriff Linn H Foderbnrg said Ihe youlh was stabbed in Ihe slomj a eh with a spinning knife at the home of Mrs CIcora Sharar 43 about 3 anfi Mrs Sharar was charged wilh assault to com mil greal bodily harm She her son Darrell nand Albert Bahr 26 who was home on furlough from the service Sharar and charged were held in Bahr were Democrot Unseated in Recount DES M01NES UPF Rep Stanley Wall s DMurrayj Thursday was unseated lo be replaced by his Republican op ponenl by a fivemember leg islative contest committee Hep Lester Klucver RAl committee chairman jsaid his group found that Cecil an Osceola Republican THUMBS INSURED defeated LONDON lo Watts by The 21 voles committee omitted any reference to a bridge University liddlywinks made a complete ncoun of the friendly atmosphere al the lalteam Thursday was insured by cst meeting Lloyds for a thumb ELDORA Mr and Mrs Wayne Ervay both 48 Noraj Springs were in Memorial Hosi pital Eldcra as the of a cartruck collision WednesMinnesota warmer cast Colder or turning cold er Friday highs 30s north April Luce 10 is the publisher wife of Hcnrj of Time Lif wesl to 40s southeast Furtherand olhcr magazines cloudy a tic colder cast Saturday lit day According Light Highs snow locallj Friday 2535 to Hardiu County GlobeGazelle weather data up officials a truck skidded across to 8 Thursday Maximum 25 Minimum 4 the road in front of he Ervay car three miles south of Hub bard on Highway 65 The Ervays were a vacation trip to Califor nia Ervay is the owner and operator of Ihe Ervay Auto Re pair at Nora Springs Hospital authorities Thursday At S returning YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum reported that Mrs Ervay was in critical and chest in fair condition with head injuries Ervay was condition with head in SAFETY AWARD PERRY Iowa 21 53 35 divi sion of Ihe Milwaukee Railroad Thursday received the firms President Trophy for an outstanding safely record dur ing 1958 A Re publican she served in the House of Represcnlalives from Connccticul 194347 Maxwell Andersons Condition Serious STAMFORD Conn W Pu litzer Prize winner playwright Maxwell Anderson was des cribed as in very serious con dition Thursday at Stamford Hospital He was taken lo the hospital after suffering a stroke Anderson 70 a Stamford resi dent is the author of numerous plays including The Bad High The Eve of St and Both Your with which ie won the Pulitzer Prize ballots and reversed Walts ap victory by 12 votes Klucver sairl LtiU could take over as Clark County repre sentative Friday if the full House of Representatives ap proves the report which is peeled in five of he six states in which they were voted on last fall The committees chairman Sen John L McClellari CD Ark confirmed that the right lo work issue had been men tioned Wednesday in a closed meeting but he said no mo lions were made or votes tak en He declined to elaborate The committee wound up Us public hearings Wednesday on alleged extortion rackets in Chicago area jukebox and game machine operations Hawaii Bill on Docket Measure to Face Hurdle WASHINGTON UPI Con grcss labored Thursday to cx Icnd Americas boundaries into the blue Pacific by making Hawaii the 50th state The statehood bill faced a cru cial hurdle in the powerful and I radii tonallyhostile House Rules Committee But prospects were good Hint the group would grant its approval At he same lime the Senate territories subcommittee worked behind closed doors to polish up its statehood measure after vir tuallyno opposition was voiced at oneday public hearing Supporters nre pushing for Senate and House passage be fore Congress goes borne for iti Waster vacation March 26 DESPITE PAST oppotition there were strong indications Hint the House Rules Commit tee which funnels legislation to tlui floor would approve Ha waiian statehood rather than risk with the bills back ers These supporters have threat ened to invoke a special parlia mentary action to get the bill to the House if the committee holds Kick This maneuver was used lo get a House vote when the rules committee tried to bottle ip the Alaskan statehood meas ure last year Other congressional news AUTO FINANCING Chrysler orp opposed proposals lo ban into manufacturers from oper ating carfinancing firms A spokesman told the Senate anti monopoly subcommittee in a prepared statement that the pro posals were based on errone ous notions that financing by aulo makers threatened compe tition and kept financing and in surance costs up DEPRESSED AREAS Demo cratic Sens John F Kennedy Hubert H Humphrey Eugene J McCarthy and Harrison A Wil ianis Jr ND proposed special cderal aid to industries work ers and communities hit by hardship because of competition from foreign imports They of fered the measure as an amend ment to a bill to grant federal help to areas of persistent unemployment The three Republicans anr Iwo Democrats on the commil j tec all agreed that Lutx was the winner in the Nov 4 elec tion after Ihc recount of the BOTH HAVE PONY TAILS Capt Rafael Ochoa of Castros Cuban army aiul Nydia Bertran 11 daughter of an attache engage in a bit of nose rubbing AP Photolax at a Washington reception for a group of Castros men at the Cuban embassy Both Ochoa and the girl poked fun at each others pony tails votes Attorneys for Lulz and Walts recounted most of the ballots and the committee fin ished the count of 87 disputed ballots which neither attorney could agree upon The Republicans majority inj the lower house now is creased lo GO to 48 The present count is 5949 HOUSjNG The House Bank ing Committee ignored Presi economy multibil doliar Democratic housing Republicans denounced it Eisenhowers iplcas and approved a lion bill as a budgetbusting measure It would cost for SAME slum clearance college housing and other features plus an unde termined amount for expanded public housing Two Killed in Blast af Research Base ALDERMASTON England UFi violent explosion rocked Britains big Hbomb research base here Thursday after some body dropped a conventional explosive charge Two men were killed and one injured Officials announced there was no radioactivity hazard to the staff or the general public NO CHANGE FT BRAGG N C General of the Army George C Marshall remained in a weak and serious condition Thursday