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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 18, 1959, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL Associated Presi and United Prew International Full MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 7o Copy Paptr Four OM Of Lets Accent Negotiation Macmillan AP Photofax JOURNALISTIC DYNAMITE Babies and women rank onetwo in the journalism worlds opinion of top picture appeal And when you get both in one photo man it cant miss Actress Janet Blair 34 cuddles her first baby Amanda who is threeweeks old Janets husband is Nick Mayo a Broadway pro ducer Building Bill Gets Approval Sent to Desk of Governor DES M01NES tf The Iowa Senate Wednesday completed action on a appropri ation to the Board of Control or new buildings and other im provements at board institutions n the coming biennium The measure one of the ma or appropriations bills of the ession was approved without a dissenting vote and sent to Jov Loveless Of the total SlMs million would o for a new infirmary building t the Iowa Soldiers Home at larshalltown would o for ward replacement at the lount Pleasant Mental Health nstitute for a new ad ministration building at the oys Training School at Eldora nd for a new cottage t the Girls Training School atl Vf IRISH GALLANTRY President Sean OKelly of Ireland flashes an impish smile as he bestows a court ly kiss on the hand of Mamie Eisenhower at a White AP Pholofnx House dinner QKellys wit was a highlight of the St Patricks Day event President Eisenhower intro duced him as the president of all of Sasser to Quit nwood Post Mitchellville THIS RAISES the total capi tal improvements approved to more than That in cludes more than ap proved by both houses and the Governor for institutions under the Board of Regents The Senate Wednesday also passed a bill appropriating for improvements and other work at state lakes and South Wind Will Warm All Iowa It got pretty cold in inortheast Iowa Wednesdaj The money not included in1 morning but the Weather Bur the Governors budget would promised that southerly used for construction of anrf sunshine would com DES MOINES Alfred Sasser 34 superintendent of the Glenwood State School who became a controversial figure dur ing his twoyear tenure there is planning to resign Iowa Board of Control officials said Wednesday Sasser also confirmed that he is leaving to accepta new post at Trenton N his home town He saidhe has been named director of a proposed childrens rehabilitation center at Trenton for mentally retarded and physj ically disabled youngsters Sasser took over in May 1957 as su perintendent at Glenwood an stitution for treatment and edu cation of the mentally retarded Sasser said his father is seri ously ill at Princeton N J and he wants to return on that ac count Sassers administrative poli cies at Glenwood were marked by staff disagreements and also brought him into conflict with Mason City some of the Glenwood towns people However his treatment program was endorsed by a professional committee THE BOARD of Control must act on his resignation and indi cations were that it will be ac cepted without delay Dr 0 J Cromwell state di rector of mental hospitals said Sasser had r e p r e sented himself as holding a doc tor of philoso phy degree in education a t the State Uni versity of In diana Crom w ell who checked at In diana said he ramps and docks camping areas dredging and land acqui sition for 71 state parks In ad dition would be appro priated for dredging at Storm Lake and for improve ments at Upper Hardin County A measure to Pine Lake in bine to give all of Iowa much warmer weather the rest of the week The battle to open highways in the northeast was about over Dubuque had a Wednesday morning low of 6 degrees above set up an zero Waterloo adJCity 10 9 and Mason THIS TIME DOCTOR CHEWS A Morsel of Death ST PAUL UPI A doctor choked to death Tuesday night on a piece of steak A kitchen operation last fall had saved him from choking to death under similar circumstances The victim was Dr Charles Olson Olson his wife and two relatives were eating dinner when the meat lodged in his windpipe His niece Mrs L D Nein ast tried vainly to dislodge the food by pounding Dr Olson on the back But he had suffocated by the time a police em ergency squad arrived Last November the physicians son Robert opened his dads windpipe with a paring knife and inserted the barrel of a fountain pen as a breathing tube That time a piece pf ham had lodged in Dr Olsons throat was informed Partly cloudy and warmer through Thursday Lows Wednesday night 2632 Highs Thursday 4652 Iowa Partly cloudy warmer Wednesday night lows 20s east 30s west Partly cloudy Thursday warmer east highs upper 40s extreme north to upper 50s extreme south Fur ther outlook Friday mostly cloudy chance of rain snow south and cooler visory board of assessors to help the Tax Commission draft rules for the assessment of property was passed by the House after much debate THE VOTE on the bill was 958 It now goes to the Senate In the sound and fury of de bate the bill was alternately THE LOWS ranged up to 26 at Sioux City and Council Bluffs Wednesday afternoons read ings were due to be from 15 to 30 degrees higher than the tops of Tuesday when the range was from 26 at Mason City to 35 at Council Bluffs The outlook was for tempera Hawaiian Bill Signed by Ike WASHINGTON ffi President Eisenhower Wednesday signed the bill to make Hawaii the 50th state The President using nine pens in the process said it was one of the proudest moments of my With the bills signing Hawaii couid by taking fast action UOLt Uiil WaO Olttt J rTTU t UVLIWIJ described as the beginning step S morning to be get officially into the union by this July This would be in time 9ns in fno oocf 3 t n J in solving problems of state from the in the east school aid and agricultural land tax credits and denounced as a step toward alism into the assessment pic ture The bill started out last week as a directive to the Tax Com mission to exercise its power to around 40 in the west For the next five days the Weather Bureau said tempera tures should average from 6 to 10 degrees above normal with little or no precipitation THE HIGHWAY Commission said Wednesday in a road re equalize property assessments port between the counties It was ob Highways throughout th e send members to the enl session of Congress October is more likely how ever It took six months to add Alaskas 49th star to the flag Territorial Gov William Quinn has 30 days after formal notification of the Presidents approval in which to issue a proclamation of elections A primary must be held no Helicopter Used to Help Infant MAQUOKETA heli copter dipped down on a snow bound farm near Anamosa late Tuesday and lifted a seriously ill infant off for a quick trip to Debate on Airport Aid Under Way FROM OUK WIRE SERVICES The Hous Wednesday took up its first bi Democratic spending proposa the plan o give million t local airports in the next fou years The fate of the measure couk ndicatc what the Houses atti ude will be toward other Democratic proposals for fed era outlays for housing slum clearance and aid to distressec areas HOUSE DEMOCRATS ap larently smarting under Presi dent Eisenhowers spender abel trimmed their airport ilan in committee The Presi ent vetoed an airport bill last ear that called for spending early 500 million dollars The House measure is mil on larger than Eisenhowers wn proposal It also is not imed at ending the federal irport aid program as the resident wants But unlike a Senatepassed 465 million version the House ill would not throw Eisenhow narrowly balanced new udget into the red Other congressional news Arrives for New Parley Berfm to Be Topic OTTAWA tffi British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan on ills way to talks with President Eisenhower Wednesday urged the Western powers to frame a united Germany based on firm principles combined with a readiness to Macmillan arrived by from London Before leaving for Washington Thursday lie will ill in Prime Minister John Die cnbaker and other Canadian officials his Berlin crisis alks in Moscow with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Macmillan plans to see ailing Secretary of State John Foster Dulles at Walter Reed Army Hospital before he meets vitli Eisenhower DIEFENBAKER AND other officials were on hand to greet Macmillan who led off his re marks with a tribute to Cana lian Foreign Secretary Sidney Smith who died Tuesday Macmillan said it was gen erally accepted that EastWest negotiations on Germany must lake place this summer Speaking first in English and to French Mac millan said he went to Moscow lafeel out the ground and he believed he had attained suc cess The British nied by Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd hopes to convince Eisen hower that a summit meeting with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev can solve the ex plosive Berlin situation without shooting OFFICIALS IN Washington belief Eisenhowers pcech Monday conditionally ndorsing a summit meeting lad greatly improved the at mosphere for the talks with FOREIGN AID The House The President a top level meeting Vlacmillan greed to n the summer if a foreign min sters conference on Germany jroposed for midMay gives iromise that the government eads can agree on anything Macmillans vijit to Eisen ower will climax the series of onferences he has carried OQ ith Khrushchev French Presi ent Charles de Gaulle and West erman Chancellor Konrad Ade auer His aim is to work out a nifiedstrategy and proposals ith which to approach the oviets at the foreign ministers eeting Macmillan was reported Fiveday Iowa Temperaturespower objected to by Rep Rilcy state arc now open But in the jcss than nor more ihana hospital who said it would area northwest of a line through 90 days after the proclamation l Mr and Mrs Rex Yaroltm Foreign Affairs Committee give the commission too much Maquoketa Waterloo Hampton General elections must come get out of their farm over a threap by in Eisenhowers broadcast is I cheered by three points brought and OsaSe highways are tnan 40 days after the pn take their sixmonthsold L Hays DOhio will average 6 lo 10 degrees Opponents and proponents got ally snowpacked and through mary jMichael to a hospital when heimakc public at least part above normal on the amendment the eastern half of this areaj became seriously ill with pncuthe nationbynation breakdown night through next Monday which would create the highways are open Normal highs are 48 north to 56 south Normal lows are 27 north to 32 south Cooler Fri day otherwise only minor temperature changes SASSER Eisenhowers board It would be composed of 10 county asses sor for each of the eight con gressional districts and two city assessors named by the Iowa State Assn of Assessors way traffic are 63 only 218 and the come after the officially re certified Except as noted highways in Iowa are daily Little if any precipitation is likely Sasser completed his academicJMinnesota Mostly fair con TO VISIT MOSCOW Accountants Open work but never finished his thci tinucd mild Highs 4055 JAKARTA Indonesia if r j sis and thus did not have a GlobeGazette weather data up Prime Minister Djuanda has aci ax Inquiry Ph D degree He added t0 g Wednesday jcepted an invitation from Soviet1 DES MOINES certi Maximum 26 Premier Nikita Khrushchev to fied public accountants from visit the Soviet Union this sumChicago have begun an inquiry 20 which are open to twoway ie There is no fixed time limit on the presidential action Eisenhower got the bill March traffic monia Tuesday Huge snow of foreign aid spending De drifts blocked them in so they called for help A snow plow was sent to dig them out but the plow couldnt get through to the farm A state highway patrolman then called 13 but used only four of the lOjGerald P a s k e r Monticello days he had for signing or veowncr of a helicopier who had toing Sundays dont count Offered to help with his aircraft fense Secretary Neil H McEl roy and Gen Nathan F Twin ing chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff were called to defend Eisenhowers 000 aid request RACKETS The Senate Rac 1 American readiness to take part in a summit parley if such a meeting is justified On the basis of his findings in Moscow Paris and Bonn Macmillan seems pretty sure developments will justify such a conference 2 willingness to listen to new ideas and to present 3 resolve to distinguish The program that Mr Sasj ser has tried to inaugurafe all Glenwood shows that he has aj grasp of the theoretical aspects of the problems he is dealing with HE KNOWS what needs to be done and he has tried to doj it But he has misrepresented himself as far as his education al qualifications are concerned While I think that what hi has done at Glenwood has a lo of merit and he has many tal ents I have lost confidence in him I feel the resignation should be accepted promptly Minimum At 8 10 16 mcr IAME DATE1958124 Kimball Predicts Vending Machine Plan to Be Killed DES MOINES state legislator says it would be impossible to permit cigarette vending machines in Iowa without opening the way for racketeers Rep Donald L Kimbafl R Fayette who has joined two other House members in fight ing a bill to legalize such ma chines said they will bring into the open information gathered by the U S Senate Rackets Investigating Com mittee In the fight with Kimbali are Reps Scott Swisher D lowa City and Richard L Stephens The legalizing bill was passed by the Senate Feb 5 jnto the Iowa gasoline tax col jlcction system with a study of ithc state law Waldo Mauritz and William A Froehlich rep jrescnting a Chicago firm hired to look into the affairs of the imotor vehicle fuel tax division isaid Wednesday the plan of pro cedure calls for them to pro vide the Legislature with a list jof recommended changes in the and is due to come up for jlaw by April 15 action in the House in a few days Predicting the bill will be killed Kimball said he Swish er and Stephens will present evidence and name names of racketeers trying to come into Iowa The three legislators have been going over a report made available by Robert Kennedy chief counsel for the Senate committee Opposition to the bill in the House has been building up since it from the Senate f Lemnitzer Named as Army Chief of Staff WASHINGTON Eisenhower Wednesday nomina ted Gen Lyman L Lemnitzer tobe the new chief of staff of the Army in succession to Gen Maxwell D Taylor Lemnitzer has been vice chief of staff since July 1957 The White House said Taylor had requested that he not be renamed to another term His present term expires June 30 i v i nc jcnaiv T kets Committee questioned offaetwccn negotiations and ap nf ihP If S Soon to Try to Put 3 Satellites Into Orbit at Once ficials of the Chicagos born insurance agency o whether they secretly issuec stock lo two teamster officers in return for union business Wit nesses told the investigation that the agency collected aimos in excessive commis sions as the broker for teams ter welfare policies STRAUSS The Senate Com merce Committee began its questioning of Lewis L Strauss nominated commerce trade with Russia and Soviet economic warfare tac tics The interrogation will touch more controversial sub to be secretary o He was asked aboui AP Iholofax PRESIDENT AFFIXES HIS SIGNATURE jects during its expected dura tion of several weeks TV LINK VIENNA wi The Russians are planning a television net work linking East Europes Communist capitals with Mos cow The Hungarian news agency MTI said work has al ready started on relay towers 90 feet high to bring Soviet pro jrams to Budapest This link s to be completed by 1961 WASHINGTON UPI Dr John P Ha gen says the United States will try very soon to put three satellites into orbit simultaneously with one launch ing Hagen heads the Vanguard division of the National Aero nautics and Space Administra ion The new launching at Cape Canaveral will be an ex periment to measure the earths magnetic field at various alti udes and to gauge air drag in he rarefied atmosphere a few lundred miles up Hagen said nearly ready the rocket was and would be ired within The sateU itcs will include the 52pound bird rocket stage he magneto meter satellite weighing 21 or 2 pounds and an inflatable 30 nch balloon weighing nd a half or two pounds L
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