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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 2, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for the ON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors HOME EDITION VOL VJ Associated and United Press International Full Lease Wires MAfON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 2 1959 7c Paper a Two New Code of Ethics Available Reporter Wants Congressmen to Read It Too By FRANK ELEAZER WASHINGTON your congressman now for your red white and blue copy of Con gress new code of ethics The supply wont last Better yet make surehe keeps himself copies are to be printed at a cost of This includes a double envelope and cardboard stuffer for mailing Some members thought this wasnt enough Others said it was too much WHAT WE NEED around here is not to print copies of a code of ethics but to do some thing about the socalled ethics that we said Rep H R Gross RIowa when the house was approving the order for printing This congressional bow to the highest moral principles in government comes engros sed in gold on the best pa per and ready for framing It makes reas j suring reading and possibly is just what you will want on your wall as you follow the ELEAZER daiiy disclos ures of nepotism front porch rentals and other payroll prac tices of some of the members of Congress THE CODE which says pub lic office is a public trust was adopted by Congress last year when the headlines were about unhappy developments in the executive rather than the legislative branch of the gov ernment And dont get theidea the current decision to print it up in three colors and white represents Congress only reac tion to the congressional payroll j Take the disbursing clerk of the House Under a barrage of questions about how House members may have applied the monthly allowance they can draw for running an office back in the acted forthrightly to head off possible AP Photofax GIS Gen Burns commander of forces in Japan is the new hero among the enlisted men Burns or dered a military plane back to Tokyo when he found out that seven GIs on emergency furlough to the had been ordered off the flight A lieu tenant coloneland his family on vacation had been given their The General per sonally went to the airport to make sure the boys got on instead GOP CHEERED Seated in the Senate DES MOINES Iowa Senate Thursday official ly seated Carl Hoschek D Burlington as the senator from Des Moines County By a unanimous vote the Senate adopted a report of the election contest committee which rejected a contest filed by Blythe Conn Burlington Republican Endorse Annual Session 101 3 Vote by House DBS MOINES A resolu tion calling for a constitutional amendment to require annual sessions of theLegislature was passed 1013 by the Iowa House Thursday The measure sailed through with little discussion Similar measures were passed by the House in the last two legisla tive sessions but never came to vote in the senate The bill now goes to the Senate THE RESOLUTION sponsored by the House Committee on Con stitutional Amendments pro vides thai sessions in oddnum jered years would be regular sessions Those in evennum bered years would be devoted o budget and financial matters Rep Richard Stephens R Ainsworth told the House the vork of the Legislature has een growing far to e handled in one session every wo years The measure pro ides he said for the governor D communicate with the Legis ature in extra sessions the ame as in regular sessions The House also passed a bill hich would tax airlines doing business in Iowa The bill which was passed 964 and sent to the tax the airlines in proportion to the amount of TO THE RESCUE One of the injured is removed from a sleeping car of Roads Arrow passenger train following a derailment at Atkins AP Photofax Six cars left the tracks and wound up in a shallow ditch 11 Hurt When Passenger n Near Atkins ATKINS swift business done in Iowa Rep W with 36 slcenjncidid not require hospitalizalion jlhe doub Johannes DAshton said the uaukec Arrow lth 9b sleep ng chi bounc line bring in aboard was derailed J tax shoidd vear Miliwere bruised and shaken up buliup about feet of track onAdrian broken ribs double track Milwaukeeright shoulder A COUNTY government organization bill was defeated 2524 by the Senate Sen Walter Edelen ner cast the deciding vote to whose speed was estimated at 75 miles an hour was made up of wo coaches a Pullman three Authorities said 11 and mail cars and passengers and 2 twin diescl unit Jin the Atkins railroad yards re early Thursday DGarjwcre brought to St Lukes Hos in nearby Cedar Rapids All cars except the first diescl unit were derailed but remained The nine injured passengers were John Bonis 60 Milwaukee possible fractured ribs and left shoulder Dorothy Eberly 62 I Harvey injuries to left leg Mrs Blance Espeland 62 Cen terville S fractured ribs Gertrude Pinne 54 Hoboken N lacerations head right ankle and leg Mrs Pearl Pit Courts Change Evolved From Bar Study DES MOINES aimed at setting up a new sys tem under which judges of courts would be named on a nonpartisan basis had cleared its major hurdles in the Legisla ture Thursday A Senate resolution to rewrite the Iowa Constitution as it per tains to the present form of electing judges passed by the House Wednesday by the narrow margin of 5750 The Senate can complete acr tion for the present by concur ring in a minor House amend ment After that the matter would rest for two years It would have to be approved by the 19CI Legislature in its origi nal form and then by the people in 1962 THE PROPOSAL described as a plan to take the selection of judges out of politics evolved from a study made by the Iowa State Bar Assn But one of the chief objections raised in the House was that lowans would be deprived of naming their jurists by direct vote District Court and Supreme ourt judges would be the ones affected if the constitutional finally ratified The change made in the Sen ite resolution was sponsored by Icp Frank Martin DCedar It provides in effect anxie ana teg Mrs rcan ru hal new lcm ZCr 62 North PlattC left vail fnr trM norinrt CONN present during the kill the bill after an earlier voteJAt least 20 other passengers upright The skidding cars toreankle Mrs Mary Olson 64 Senate vote was visibly shak en at the decision But he said I wish him Hoschek on the issue deadlocked 2424 The measure would have authorized counties to adopt the county manager form of gov Hoschek said Im glad to lernment or would have permit be able to hold the ted the consolidation of two or I feel I was elected by the I more counties into a single unit scandal He locked up the rec ords But the secrecy didnt last long Several congressmen pro tested The after consult ing with Speaker Sam Rayburn reopened the records under new regulations requiring anyone in specting them to state Jiis rea son and identity THE PUBLIC also can see the books on what each House mem ber does with the or so we give him each year to hire office help In the Senate where payroll records are secret some Repubj lican members considered whether sensibilities of the oth er senators would be offended if an individual member saw fit to make his own salary list lie people in Des Moines Coun The issuing of the report was preceded by a Republi can Party caucus which was held to make sure Sen Jack Schroeder RDavenport said that we were all in agree THE REACTION to Hoscheks seating by the GOPcontrolled Senate was stunning Sen George OMalley D Des minority floor leader stood up and said I compliment the majority par OMalley had to stop talking at this point as his eyes clouded with tears and he added this restores my great faith in The official state canvass showed that Hoschek had votes and Conn The Final action on the bill which had occupied than two days worth of the Senates time came after adoption of an amendment by Sen Jake Mincks Dalai Lama in India Reds Claim LONDON HP Red Chinas The Ymendmenljradio declared Thursday Tibets would have permitted county j Paal Lama has lakcn refuSej residents bv vote to Mason City Generally fair and warmer Thursday night low in the lower 40s Friday in creasing cloudiness not much change in near 60 temperature high several offices in a county I vail for a 10year trial period Boyles 42 Marion Earlier several other amendNew China New Agency The broadcast quoting Generally fair and a little Jaw jt enacted Repeal Change in Road Ldws DES MOINES MVIowa was said o be threatened Thursday with Joss of its federal money for interstate highways unless the Legislature rescinds a new derailment although here was hip knee injuries or olhcrwisc untili973 Gorne Richmond 71 Lima Ohio broken ribs Theodore Sawyer 51 Bakhvin ville chest injury Theo dore Sawyer 6 bruises held for observation Savanna 111 aconductor suffered a broken collar bone and cheslm juries Donald Iowa baggageman received skull fracture when he was nearly buried under flying bag age RAILROAD OFFICIALS theo rized thai a broken axle on the second diesel unit caused the ments were adopted including the Dalai Lama left Tibet said un one by Sen D C Nolan Rjder duress by the rebellious ele lowa City which called for solidation of two or more counj There has been no definite ties on approval of a vote of the Word on the fate of the Dalai people Perfect Bridge Hand Reported Lama since fighting broke out between Tibetans and Chinese Communist occupation forces on warmer Thursday night lows in the 40s Increasing cloudi ness Friday turning cooler northwest highs in 50s north west to about 70 southeast Further outlook Saturday partly cloudy with scattered showers and cooler The act signed last week by Gov Hcrschcl Loveless permits a dealer in oversized farm ma chinery to transport the equip ment on slate highways to farm buyers who live within a 25mile radius of the dealers place of business Permits to move such ma possibility the rails might have spread from the recent rams The Arrow originated at Sioux Falls S and picked up a unit made up at Omaha at Ma nilla Iowa Mrs Eugene Rigdon Sidney who with her husband ana their 4monthold son Robert i Ji J uiuoi UL L upa iui A ti JIULO juu ouun j wr March 20 But unofficial reports Minnesota Growing ciouuy cjlinery on roads on their way to Chicago eniviinai showers Hlgns ITHlay 4S3S i nhininffri frmn the for a vacation sairi inst hpfnrfi said the 23yearold spiritual and political leader of his rhoun taintop country was with GlobeGazette weather data through the votes decided Irat Hoschek had defeated Conn by 51 votes 8 HURT IN CRASH LONDON almostforccs jn southern Tibet and jimpossible perfect bridge trying to reach asyium was reported dealt jncjja j Each Player received 13 cards Thc Pciping broadcast said hej land his party arrived in India i rebel Up 0 g Thursday Maximum Minimum At 8 31 43 committee after s i f t i n g the suH winner of tne game at the SI James Club was Car Strikes Bridge Bonaparte Man Dies j I FAIRFIELD Mur phy 30 an avcrtising salesman MAQUOKETA UPI Eightjcards dealt by Dr L W Row Thcrc was no immediate confor tlie Bonaparte RecordRc persons were injured two critijleston Thursby received affirmation of the report whichjpublican was fatally injured Ically late Wednesday when twojclubs Capt Minto Wilson alljwps broadcast shortly after reiWednesday when his car No decision was reached collided head on five milesjhearts the Duke all spades of fresh fighiing were resmashcd into Hie Cedar Creek IT i Ion March 31 and thst by order the 61yearoJd Duke of Marl government po borough who held all the spades aulhoritics 8iiad bccn sent Peter Ihursby one of the four some said he cut the deck mecL llin1 had to be obtained from the Iowa Highway Commission but the Legislature removed this re quirement When advised that the Feder The plan would work this way Judicial nominating c o m missions would be created with half of its members appointed by other By the stale bar as sociation THE COMMISSIONS would nominate candidates for any Va cancies occurring on either the Supreme Court or District Court benches Out of the nominees the gov ernor would select one to fill any vacancy A judge would serve for a term to be set by the Legisla ture After his term was up his name would appear on a non partisan ballot but with no op ponent The voters would decide only on whether to keep him If they voted himout the nominat ng procedure would operate The term of District Court judge would be at least six years and Supreme Court jus tices at least eight years but for a vacation said just before the Legislature could provide their coach left the rails she hadlionger terms if it wished picked up the baby from the soat beside her and held him I felt it the derailment al Bureau of Public Roads obstart and hung onto my jects to this change in the law Mrs Rigdon said some legislators started a move to repeal the act which has noli yet gone into effect HER ACTION undoubtedly saved the childs life since mediately on this ticklish ques tion but it may be discussed again later they said There have been other reac tions Rep Steven V Carter CD Iowa cut his 19yearold sons pay from yearly to about half that Rep Randall S Harmon D who rented his front porch to us taxpayers for a month and hired his wife to tend office there blamed the publicity he got on drunken Washington porters He had the evidence too He said he gave o n c of them a drink right in his office REP LEONARD Wolf D lowa cul Ihc pay of his wife Marilyn from to a saving of S2G1 yearly Wolf al home this week during an Easter recess of Congress had a chance to see how the voters think he and his wife have bcenj doing at their reduced combined pay of Pending this he made his ownj finding I We arc proud of our accom plishments to he said in a newsleller and I must sayi we because without the tre mendous assistance the tireless effort of my wife Lynn these accomplishments would not have been west of here on 64 iRowleslon all diamonds vealed 1 Bridge on Highway 1 The federal government paysjeverthing in thc coach was 90 per cent of the cost of violently forward state highways and Iowa hasj Mrs William Sadler Black been drawing about million Mountain N said her two a year for such roads Boy Hurt When Struck by Auto at Intersection children Ronnie 4 and Bar bara 5 were asiecp on the seat in front of her and old son Wayne She said Ronnie a 15month and Bonnie were tossed onto the floor by Rep Bernard Balch RWa terloo and Rep David Stanley RMuscatine were among chief sponsors in the House BALCH SAID the plan was put before the Legislature itself the district court judges had approved it and thus they recog jnized a need for judicial reform Other proponents said the plan would raise the judiciary to a higher level and attract to the bench high grade men who are averse to politics Rep Scott Swisher DIowa one of the opponents said ho impact and never openingjthal as a Practicing attorney he their eyes crawled back on the scal and kept on A Mason City boy was hos ipitalized Wednesday afternoon with compound fractures of both legs after being hit by a car JHe was Donald Price 5 son ofj WASHINGTON jMr and Mrs George Price Walter SE I is resigning July 1 as assistant Robertson Resigns State Dept Post UPi Veteran S Robertson He was struck at ConnecUjSCcretary Of for Far East j cul and 6th about crn affairs Announcing this Wednesday thc White House jsaid President Eisenhower has by an auto driven by Frank Riser 53 Lansing Riser was jeastbound on the o n j Graham Parsons now street Robertsons deputy to take over i The Price boys left leg wasjthe Far Eastern assignment ibroken above the knee and his i right leg below the knee ac j cording to police The boys condition was de scribed as ic Shave and Haircut in Chicago 102 COUNT EM There are 102 Mason City Jun ior College students in and on this old hearse yes it Its all part of a collegiate craze which started with collegians jamming themselves into phone booths and tiny cars Now the local college boys are CHICAGO A shave and a haircut in Chicago in a few weeks will cost an in cJaiming a record of their own The hearse belongs to jcrcasc Of 25 cents for each The Bill Taylor but is driven to school by Dave Rodewald ncw prjccs for a haircut and It also is used for touring It did no touring for a shave are believed the tires were too nearly flat to the highest in thc to move the big load try not encountered any poli tics or partisanship among Iowa jidgcs When you vote for a judge j under this plan you wont have any choice between two or more he said Youll be playing grab bag because even if you vote a judge out of office you dont know who youre going to get in his SAME IOWA SAFPTt DEPARTMENT FIGURES Black traffic death In past 21 Municipal Employes Return to Jobs DAVENPORT UPI About 100 employes of the citys streets and refuse department returned to Iheir jobs Thursday as a fourmember grievance ommittce was scheduled to ncet with the mayor and other city officials The workers went n strike Wednesday for higher wages but decided to return to their after the mayor threatened they would be fired The garbage collectors and street cleaners were given a 4 to 5 cent hourly wage increase when the City Council approved thc budget Friday They had asked for a boost   

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