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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 3, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited lor ITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION VOL T h Newspaper felted Frew Pull That Mokes All North lowans Neighbors MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY APRIL 3 1959 7e Copy Thti ot in Loveless Uses Veto Power First Time Overtone on Oscar Ceremony Balky Government Witness in Line ior Film Award By tht GlobeGazettes Editorial Research Bureau firsts are possible in connection with the announcement of Oscarwin ners for 1958 movies over a na tionwide TV network Monday night The members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Scientists are passing for the first time on a Negro Sid ney Poitier candidate for best A remarkable parlay could bej scored by that manytalented Briton Sir Alec Guinness Last year he got his first Oscar as best actor for Bridge Overdue River This year hes up for an award for best screen play BUT WHAT would be a kind ef endofpendulumswing shock er would be ifthe award went to a writer who had invoked the Fifth Amendment in testimony before a congressional investi gating group One nominee is Nathan E Douglas coauthor of The De fiant Yet Douglas on Dec 31 had disclosed that he was the Nedrick Young who had availed himself of the constitu tional privilege in 1953 as a wit ness before a House subcommit tee investigating Communism The Academy in 1957 had Mason City Generally fair an a little cooler Friday nigh Lows in the lower Satui day generally fair and warm er Highs in the mid 50s Iowa Generally fair and little colder Friday nigh Lows in 30 Saturday generall fair and warmer with high mid 50s northeast to 60 wes and south Further outlook Sunday cloudy with occasion al light showers Five Day Iowa Temperature will average near normal Fri day night through next Wed nesday with frequent temper ature changes Normal highs are 55 north to 60 south Nor mal lows are 33 north to 38 south Precipitation will av erage 20 to 40 of an inch in showers about again Tuesday Sunday anc Minnesota Clearing colder Highs Saturday 4555V GlobeGazetle weather data up to 8 Friday Maximum 67 Minimum 36 At 8 37 Precipitation YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum Trace 51 38 Gusty Winds Dip Mercury Across Iowa adopted anamendment barring Oscar recognition to anyone who admitted membershipin the Communist Parly or who re sorted to the Fifth Amendment Gusty winds from the north west whipped across Iowa Fri day morning dropping tempera lures considerably trelow Thurs days pleasant readings Kills Plan to Boost School Age Action Comes Surprise DES Gov Herschel C Loveless Friday used his veto power for the first time in the 1959 legislative ses sion to kill a bill which would lave boosted the age at which Iowa children could start to Loveless called the bill criminatory and an unwar ranted interference in what is essentially a local matter The Governors veto of the school age bill came as a sur prise He had indicated the only veto he had in mind was one of a bill vhich would ban the sale of cars and trucks on Sundays But ater Thursday he signed the 5unday ban bill and then vetoed he school age bill THE GOVERNOR said Iowa aw already contains adequate afeguards a g a i n s t the en rance of children into the pub be schools before they are ufficiently He said that requiring that hildren be older before they ould enter school the state ve TORNADO AFTERMATH These two homes in the Azalea Parks section of Orlando were among those given an air conditioning treatment by a tor nado over the One was killed AP Photofax and nine hospitalized at Orlando one of several points which bore the brunt of the current unruly springtime weather f Lama Given Asylum would deny the opportunity to xceptional children to begin icir education at time when ley are physically emotionally nd mentally Loveless said local school oards can keep children from arting school too early if the oards decide the child is not eady WASHINGTON West ern powers appeared Friday to be toughening their policy on negotiations with the Soviet Union over the Berlin crisis As the NATO foreign minis ters meeting went ihio its sec ond day here the United States Britain and France were re ported shelving some proposals which could be construed as of fering possible concessions to m i ir MUJ IJA j v ua The mercury climbed into the measures to provide for children AS A NATION and as a Russians such as recogniz B havfi nnitp nrnnprlv falrpn incr TTnef 70s in many sections of the state But on Jan 13 the Academy anThursday with Council Bluffs nounced thatithad reversed it self the antiFifth Amendment amendment was o u t as un workable and THE STATEMENT also de clared that the hiring of talent for pictures is the sole respon sibility of the Actu ally as a trade journal pointed out recently Since the House UnAmerican Activities Com mittee hearings back in 1947 when the industry adopted its official policy of not employing Communists or known former Communists a blacklist has ex isted in The pendulum began moving the other way in 1957 or there abouts The 1957 Academy amendment was a belated atj tempt to plug the gap it adopted specifically to block Oscar recognition for Michael Wilson a 1951 Fifth Amendment witness who claimed credit for the screenplay of Friendly Per suasion The London Economist report ed about a year ago Reflect ing perhaps its poor economic but better political health the film industry has been slowly but steadily reengaging many of the writers actors produc ers and directors who were recording the high of 76 Du was the coolest spot in the state Thursday afternoon with a reading of 60 degress Mason City had 67 the high est reading of the season Friday morning temperatures ranged from 35 at Spencer to 45 at Ottumwa Mason City had 36 Cedar Rapids had about a quarter inch of rain Thursday Burlington and Davenport also had rain Temperature changes were expected to be frequent during the next five days but readings will average about normal for this time of year Some rainfall has been predicted for Sunday ind Tuesday Plumbers Not at Work in Mason City Mason Citys plumbers have not been at work on local jobs since Tuesday when their union contract expired Employers said the union had asked a 20 blacklisted for political reasons cen increase from the during the McCarthy era of S305 an hmm e have quite properly taken with physical handicaps or be low average ability to Loveless said It is not proper that we should be less concerned for the intellectually gifted or the chil dren who mature at a chrono logically early the Gov ernor said We need to do everything we can to encourage and develop to the fullest extent the capabilities of all our citi he said The bill would have gradually estricted the age requirement or children to start school Un der present law children who reach the age of 6 before Nov 5 may start first grade in the all of that year Under the bill this date would have been pulled back year fay ear so that by19G2 a child ing East Germany as agents of the Kremlin THE UNITED STATES mean while pledged anew the full use of its nuclear niissile and bomb er striking force in defense of Western Europe and North America if military action ever became necessary Acting Secretary of State Christian Herter told the 15na tion Foreign Ministers Council that power today is greater than it has ever been He de clared that this country is now making faster progress in the development of missiles than is the Soviet Union I PLEDGE our continued wil Herter solemnly told the allied leaders to make the necessary effort for the com mon defense I pledge also full willingness to use our strength Photofax WrJERE LAMA Arrow points to To wang a village on tlje IndiaTibet border where the Dalai Lama sought asylum after escaping the Chinese Communists Asks Revision of Price Index WASHINGTON W The Labor Department wants to revise Is consumer price index because American spending habits have changed a great deal in 10 years Among the reasons Americans nosv buy more television sets cars and home appliances and less dress clothes The present index is based on the spending habits of Ameri cans in 1950 To get the index the jfovernment prices about 300 commodities and services rh 46 cities Shows Up at Border f of India NEW DELHI India OP The Dalai Lama 23yearold god ting of Tibet slipped across the border into India three nights ago in a successful escape from pursuing Chinese Prime Minister Nehru in an nouncing the Buddhist rulers safe arrivalto a cheerful parlia ment indicated that he would be quickly given political asy lum Yes he is in good Vehru declared in disclosing the end of a dramatic 33day man lunt in which the Chinese Reds lesperatcly tried to head off the outhful monarch worshipped by Tibetans as a living Buddha THE DALAI LAMA report idly traveling in a party of 80 rossed the border in extreme ortheast India near the village f Towang approximately 500 miles north of Calcutta Towang as the largest Buddhist monasi erv in India but is located in Welfare Inquiry House Demos in Objections FBOM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES MOINES The Iowa House Friday approved a plan for a complete investigation Iowas welfare program to de termine whether money is be ing wasted The proposal for an interim study by a 10member legisla tive group was passed 6433 des piteobjections by House Demo crats The committee which would be financed by a appro priation would make the invest igation and report its findings to the 1961 Legislature Hep RileyDictz who proposed the study said million is spent in Iowa on various federal slate and local welfare programs HE SAID that the Legislature is now appropriating money for welfare without the dclailcd information needed to inlclligcnliy determine the needs Rep A L Mcnsing RLow den said there are people in Iowa who are riding the gravy train under the present wel fare programs But Rep Willard Freed D Cowrie said there may be in dividual cases of people are not qualified for aid but ail investigation of the overall pro gram is completely unneces The HoUse also reconsidered and passed a bill which would put all attorneys hired by the state under the control of Iowa Ally Gen Norman Erbe The bill which passed the Sen ate earlier now goes to the it faces a rocky After the Senate passed the bill Gov Loveless said the bill is not acceptable down here in his and it never will Loveless vetoed a similar bill two years ago THE HOUSE also voted in favor of boosting Hie state cor porate income tax from 2 to 3 cr cent after very little debate The bill which passed 944 would boost the income tax on Iowa corporations back to the level it was two years ago be fore Gov Herschel C Loveless vetoed the 1957 Legislatures tax proposal The passage of the corporate Imost inaccessible mountainincome tax increase proposal us country means that the House has now The Chinese Communists in isclosing Thursday that their uarry had reached India lairned he was kidnaped by ebels who rose up against the ed overlords in Lhasa the Ti clan capital just over two The index popularly known as the cost of living index weeks ago taken action on all three tax increase recommendationsmade by Loveless in his budget mes sage Earlier the House passed bills to boost the personal in come tax to the level of two years ago and also add one cent to the state tax on cigarettes uould have to have reached he in the common defense if need comes out every month The system for figuring it could bej BUT NEHRUS statement tot THE SENATE meanwhile ige of 6 by Sept 1 to start school revised by January 1964 for anparliament made clear that theigave approval to a ABOUT THE same time a offered 10 cents an S magazine printed an cngaghour but this was rejected ing account of how Carl Forc Tne plumbers failed to show man a 1951 Fifth AmendmcnljuP for work Wednesday They witness had been allowed to arc however providing men clear himself before to handle emergen House committee without names of Communist Party The carpenters union settled members The reporter a l2Vz cents an hour pay in out that it was just this question j crease and the laborers union that originally had 10 cents an hour it was Foreman to use the cloak of thestated diminished I The bricklayers union still is What happened to the blacknegotiating with the employers list Pressure has cased but not but have remained on the jobs vanished Only last month a contract They have Hollywood American Legion asked a 12cents an hour in post protested the dissolution and were offered 10 the Motion Picture Industry cents Council a trade group support that term TSKTSK West German Foreign Min iister Heinrich von Brentano led off the debate on the Berlin cri RIPLEY Tenn C sis and the development of Utley a court clerk was tick eted Thursday for failure to buy a license plate for his car Ut leys job is selling them Western policy for dealing with it The debate opened Thursday after President Eisenhowers morning address jcstimaled the ruier flcc Lhasa of his STRIKE ENDS DES J10INES UPI first shift of workers returnedlday Secretary of Labor James to their jobs Thursday at thcjPMitchell asked a House Ap menl says The in testimony made public Fri Firestonc Tire and Rubber plant here after being off in a wild cat strike for two weeks ing the blacklist PERHAPS THE best answer is that the blacklist never was completely effective Dalton Trumbo one of the or iginal Hollywood Unfriendly Ten confirmed a widespread dustry rumor when he identified AllisonBristow Given Approval ALLISON bond issue for an addition to the Alii sonBristow Community School propriation subcommittee for funds to start the revision Mitchell testified hat the jn dex basket of commodities prices and services was grow ing out of date because of these changes in American life own accord and that he was seeking refuge in India Nehru said that he first learned Wednesday night that an emissary of the Dalai Lama had arrived at the Indian bor der in he northeast frontier area of Assam stale The Prime Minister said the lyoung ruler and his party actu jally had crossed the border the measure giving cities and towns a bigger share of road use tax funds The bill passed on a 460 vote after an amendment of fered by Sens Jack Schroeder RDavcnport and Frank Hoxie RShenandoah was adopted As amended the bill would skim off two per cent of the road use tax fund and give it to cities and towns for street im provements The rest of the road use fund allocation would remain the same as at per cent to primary roads 50 per cent to secondary roads and 8 per cent to cities and towns shifted geographically A highLsons Nehru said Proponents said the bill is a cr proportion of families noSv one highly informed source temporary measure and would 1 Families arc larger bcfore but the message arc more old people and more from lnc rcmotc area was slow children n reaching him A second group i 2 The population has grown subsequently arrived to swell 15 per cent since 1950 and hasthe Lamas entourage to 80 per live in the Southwest and West sajd the Dalai Lama will be rec 3 Families are moving to theognized by India as the spiritual suburbs where people spendhead of the Buddhists but will less on dress clothes and oulnot be allowed to form a gov side entertainment and more on crnmentinexilc on Indian soil houses and gardens 4 Family incomes are even when account is taken ofj higher prices More money is spent on television cars I education and medical care Aj proportion of income i spent on food Food expendibefh Duncan a jealous mothejj lures themselves go heavily for who couldnt bear to lose herj frozen foods meals and fresh son to another woman was sen Deatfi Sentence for Mrs Duncan VENTURA Calif iff Eliza be applicable during the period Jan 1 1960 through June 30 1961 DEBATE DELAYED DES MOINES Iowa Senate has put off until next Tuesday debate on the contro versial bill to base payment of j unemployment benefits on the jsize of the workers family himself as the Robert Rich carried 613175 in an election who had written the The present grade nine screenplay of The Brave school will be expanded for high Ones in 1956 school purposes IOWAN PAL CAPTURED Two shackled arid glum fugitives from the AP Pholofax Deputy Merrill Korthouar is at left A twostate manhunt was ordered after Mower County jail at Austin the men sawed their way out of jail are hustled back behind bars following their capture at Albert Lea Sharron Sunday and then stole three cars re turning to the Albert LeaAustin area Shehvick 20 Lake Mills is at right and where they were nabbed They had been Donald Haley 33 Austin at center held on burglary fruits Sibley Man Killed in CarTruck Crash SIB LEY Donald Gal brcaith 41 Sibley was killed Friday in a carlruck collision on Highway 33 about a half a mile south of here The truck driver Richard T Pcdcrsen 61 Sioux City escaped injury jtenccd Friday to death in the jgas chamber for hiring two men to strangle his pregnant bride Fiftyfouryearold Mrs Dun can showed no emotion as she stood to hear the judges sen tence Superior Judge Charles F Blacksfone pronounced the sen tence after turning down defense requests for a new trial and for a reduction of the penalty to life imprisonment j SAME OATEW8M5 IOWA SAFET1 DEPARTMENT FIGURES White neani traffic I pail 4 knrs 3   

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