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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 22, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE VOL 97 The Newspaper That Makes All North lowans Neighbors Associated Pres nd United Press Full Leas Wire MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 22 7e HOME EDITION To Broaden Labor Bill Confabs Old Hat to Geneva First Meetings Held at Swiss City in 1863 GENEVA Switzerland Though the United Nations building in New York has be come the hub of world politics mountain and Jakeframed Ge neva is still a mecca for inter national conferences Leaders travel from all over the world to this mediumsizi Swiss city to discuss problem in fields ranging from child health and telecommunications to the peaceful uses of nuclear energy and the EastWest strug gle in Europe Latest highlevel consultation scheduled for Geneva is the May meeting of the Big Four foreign ministers The agenda recalls that of the Summit Conference of July 1955 when the c i t y played host to four chiefs of government American Brit ish French and Russian Then as nowj divided Germany and European security loomed over other issues GENEVA GOT its start as a meeting place for international exchange and cooperation in 1863 says the National G e o graphic Society A native son Jean Henr Dunant who later received th first Nobel Peace Prize brough together representatives of dif ferent countries to devise ways to help the sick and wounded in war The result was the Inter national Red Cross In 1872 another famous con ference arbitrated United States claims against the British for Civil War damage The case in volved the Britishbuilt Ala bama and other ships engaged by the Confederate Navy to de stroy Union shipping A commis sion comprised of members from Brazil Italy and Switzer land awarded the United States Genevas Golden Age in in ternational politics came after World War I when as the home of the League of Nations it echoed the pronouncements and decisions of Europes leading statesmen DURING MOST of the Leagues lifetime meetings were held in a former Genevese hotel renamed the Palais Wilson in honor of the American Pres ident whose greatest hope was to create an effective league of nations but whose own country refused to participate An imposing new marbleand granite Palais des Nations was opened in 1936 as the Leagues permanent seat Already how evec disputes and withdrawals had fatally weakened theorgan ization Though not formally dissolved until 1946 the League DR W B CHASE W B Chase Doctor of the Year DES MOINES Wil liam B Chase 82 Des Momes was named Wednesday by the Iowa State Medical Society House of Delegates as Iowas Outstanding General Practi tioner of the Year Dr Chase began his 56 years of practice at nearby Prairie City in 1902 and after 18 years he moved to Des Moines where he still is active in his field PRESENT TO congratulate Dr Chase Wednesday was Dr L A Coffin Farmington last years winner Dr Coffin also was chosen the nations Out standing General practitioner of 1958 Dr Cfiase will be Iowas candidate for the 1959 national award Dr Chase was born in Butler County and moved with nis family to Des Moines as a small boy He was educated in the Des Moines public schools and was graduated from the State University of Iowa Col lege of Medicine in 1902 AT THE UNIVERSITY Dr Chase was captain of the track team and also participated in football Dr E F Van Epps 47 Iowa City was named president elect of the organization He is professor and head of its de partment of radiology State University of Iowa from which he was graduated in medicine in 1935 Standoff in Iowa Senate Redistricting Hassle Rages FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES DES Iowa Sen ate dug into the controversia question Wed nesday but failed to reach anj agreement With both sides claiming vic ory the debate quickly nar down to a battle between he opponents and proponents of he SnaffSlanley redistricling iroposal Sen David 0 Shaff RClin on set the tenor of the debate vhen he said the action we ake today will probably detcr nine whether reapportionment vill be SHAFF SAID his plan which rovides a 60member Senate ased on population and a 99 nember House based on area as the only one which could e accepted by both houses However Sen D C Nolan R lowa City said the plan is ambiguous and uncertain and called for its defeat Nolan said the Senate should send it back to the House so they can work out their own Sen W C Stuart RChari ton said the Shaff plan des troys In Congress the House represents population and the Senate area He said the Senate must be slow moving in order not to b rushed by the passions of th day THE SHAFF amendmen destroys and ruins the deliber ate quality of the Senate h said Shaff replied thai it was no until 1928 when an amendmen o the Iowa Constitution was ap roved that the Senate becam he area house He said the only thing tha s important is that one house e on population and the other n area and it makes no differ nee which house represent Sen J T Dykhouse RRock apids said the Shaff proposa vas not reapportionment but City was named vice speaker of the House of Delegates Dr J E Houlahan Mason City district councilor and Dr S T Leinbach Belmond trustee Living Costs Held Fast Last Month WASHINGTON Uf The cost of living as measured by the government held unchanged in March The Labor Department an nounced Wednesday its consum er price index stayed at per cent of the 194749 average rooms and huge assembly the longest period of la butchering of the state ot Dr L W Swanson Mason Dykhouse said the Shaff plan allows county lines precinct boundaries and township limits to be cut in setting the senator ial districts He said this would result in utter BUT SEN JACK MILLER RSioux City asserted that the battle was not between cities and rurai but a fight jetween the large populatedj of Nations was moribund at the onset of World War II Its ex pensive building seemed des tined to become an international white elephant Today the enlarged Palace of Nations containing hundreds of DAME MARGOT Deported by Panama MIAMI bal e r i n a Margot Fontcyn smiled cheerfully but re fused to answer any questions about her arrest in Panama when she arrived here Wed nesday Im sorry Im not going to say Dame Mar got told a score of waiting newsmen SHE HAD SPENT 24 hours in the presidential suite of Panama Citys city jail on a charge of aiding her husband who is former ambassador to Britain in an alleged plot against the government After considerable questioning she was released on condition she get out of the country an of fer she promptly accepted With her raven black hair pulled back into a severe bun Dame M a r g o I insistently madejierway through the re porters to check in for her flight to New York Stresses Bill of Rights Plan Wins First Test DAME MARGOT refused repeatedly to answer any questions about Panama the whereabouts of her husband Roberto Arias and even de clined to admit she had been jailed in Panama In Panama City British Ambassador Sir Ian Hender son said British authorities were satisfied with the treat ment the ballerina received in jail He said she was held in a suite including a small sitting room with a bedroom and bath including shower adjoining Panamanian authorities say Arias is hiding out on his iamilys ranch 75 miles west of Panama City Iowa Crash Claims Its Third Victim WASHINGTON some workers need more wo teclion within their labor unions Sen John L McClellan DArk proposed Wednesday what he called a labor bill of rights He offered his proposal as an amendment to the Kennedy la bor regulation bill which sur vived intact its first two floor tcsls Tuesday In a speech McCfcllan said the Kennedy bill does not ade quately meet the needs of union members for the protection of their rights It does not afford adequate sanctuary to the ex ploited and URGING PASSAGE of an ef fective bill he said the invasion of unionism by thugs and hood lums has gone much further and is more extensive than you McClellan chairman of the Senate LaborManagement Com mittee proposed that labor un ions be required to write into their constitutions and faylaws a series of provisions designed to assure the rights of individual members It wasthe first of a series of amendments he said he will pro pose in an effort to cure abuse of union power his committee has uncovered McClellan has emerged as the leader of senators who want to add provisions to the measure SCENE OF TERROR BEFORE SUR RENDER Convicts William Werner and Billy Joe Wright one of them hold ing a knifeat the throat of their wom an hostage Louise Gschwend are GIVE UP AFTER 6 HOURS AP Photofax shown in the circle They wait on the fishing pier while Douglas Harrison their captive intermediary wearing cap takes a message to the San Quentin prison warden TWO REPUBLICAN advo cates of such a move Sens Bar Goldwatcr Ariz and Carl T Curtis said they would follow McClcllans lead in their efforts to amend the measure Tuesday the Senate turned down 6727 an attempt by Sen Sam J Ervin Jr DNC to knock out of the bill all of the changes it makes in the Taft Hartley law These changes are strongly supported by la bor Next the Senate rejected 67 24 a move by Minority Leader Everett M Dirksen RI11 to substitute the Eisenhower ad ministrations TaftHartley package for the provisions in the Kennedy bill Chief effect of this substitute would have been to add provi sions aimed at organizational picketing and secondary boy cotts The administration con tends these are essential to any effective legislation McClellan said he will offer Convicts Who Held Two Hostages Just Bluffing SAN QUENTIN Calif Wl Two small time burglars who escaped from San Quentin Prison and held a woman hostage at knifepoint for six hours at the end of a fishing pier before surrendering Tuesday say hey were bluffing We really didnt want no hostage just a car to said Billy Joe Wright 26 Auburnhaired Louise Gschwend 54 agreed I hope these boys get a she de clared They didnt hurt me They gave me a At the beginningof the ordeal she said I was scared I felt sick and I was faint When I almost fainted one of the boys wrapped my coat around The trusty who did that was William D Wern er 24 Both he and Wright had jailbreak records They broke away from work parties outside the bleak walls of the huge prison 20 miles north of San Francisco Failing to find a car they ran down the halfmile wharf that juts into San Francisco Bay near the prison entrance Mrs Gschwend a beauty operator was fishing there with Doug Harrison 62 a hotelman and friend of 35 years Finally the prisoners gave up when Marin County Prose cutor William Weissich promised not to prosecute them for Heifer Assumes Office WRIGHT WERNER WASHINGTON to Christian A Herler was sworn in as new secretary of state Wednesday President Eisenhower pledged him full backing At a brief White House cere mony with the President and virtually the entire Cabinet looking on Herler became the nations 54th fulltime foreign policy chief God bless Eisenhower said All the people pf the Unit ed States hope for your suc EISENHOWER SAID he and cancerstricken former Secre ary John Foster Dulles were s one in deciding you were the cst qualified to take over the fficeof secretary of Herter standing erect without IOWA CITY UPI Allensimilar people control both the House and the He concluded the discussion by saying the people are crying for a change and we have a plan which will bring about the Before action started on the Shaff proposal an amendment offered by Sen Duane Dewel pulses wiih activity as the Eujrcatvc price stability on was briefly dis ropean headquarters of the jcusscd then withdrawn It would ed Nations On special occai Tnc index has not fluctuated jhave set up House represcnta sions such as he current more than two points in theilon on an area repre Four meeting part of the buildPasl nine months he BureaujserUalive per county but with ing is reserved for visiting delofLabor Statistics said and now two representatives from coun egations use islands twotenths of a point of 900 or more square miles jlow the alltime high of 323 9 in size BESIDES THE U N and cent touched last July and er intergovernmenlal agencies again in November permanently quartered in Ge In March falling food costs provisions counties and the smaller 36 Anamosa died earlyj amendments counties Wednesday of injuries suffered He said 28 per cent of the jn as separate escaping and they were given a chance to tell their grievances the crutches he sometimes uses to newspapermen of injuries twocar crash near Wyo ming Iowa Monday to become the third victim of the accident Wies the driver of one of the two cars involved died at Uni versity Hospitals of multiple in juries SEIZED IN RAIDS NEW YORK said more than worth of ob scene movies pictures and books were confiscated Tuesday in coordinated raids in Brook lyn and Manhattan neva scores of international or religious and humanitarian also main tain offices there Genevese have long been ac customedto the comings and goings of historymaking per offset higher prices for some other items in thefamily bud get At the same time the spend able earnings of factory work Aged Farmer Gored by Bull Dies Later ers history sonages John Calvin preached Their power W 1 Jin Rrfnrmafinn nc1 TJ i larm Chris the highest level 81 Waukon died Wed uie jiienesi level in nesday of jnjliries suffered whcn he was gored by a bull on his Ihe Protestant Reformation in I a record for March It stood 7 during the 16th century I per cent higher last month than year ago because of rising Jean Jacques Rousseau wasja born there The poets Bryon hourly rates and longer hours and Shelley enjoyed its i resort atmosphere and the men tal stimulation of its cosmopol worked on the one hand and stability meantime of the cost of living ilan salons Now and then a modern vis SALARY BOOST wins special notice from the I DES MOINES WVThe Iowa blase Genevese During the 1955Scnate has approved and sent lo Summit gathering the townsthe Governor a bill giving all people were delighted whenmunicipal court judges in the President Eisenhower took out to buy typical Swiss toys for hit grandchildren state the salary now paid to judges in DCS Moines Sioux City and Cedar Rapids Injuries to Iowa Falls Girl Fatal Mason City Generally fair with slow warming trend Wednes day night Partly cloudy little Eisenhower You cant know how much it means to have your Shaking Herler s hand Eisen hower said you know you have His lone amounted to a pledge of support In addressing Herter Eisen hower said that he and Herter were hoping and praying for Fosters Dulles early MRS DULLES attended the IOWA Iowa Falls iigh school girl died late Tues day of injuries received whcrff a car in which she was with a young Army servicemaSlowa Generally with slow younger brother Allen went out of control on Highway 65 at the northern outskirts here Suffering from head injuries temperature change Thurs day Highs Thursday 6265 Lows Wednesday night 2437 brief ceremony Also present was the former secretarys Dulles in the accident at 3 Loli ta Studer 16 was taken to a hospital at Des Moines where she died at 5 The driver of the car James Priske 19 Hubbard is in good condition at Ellsworth Hospital here He is home from Germany on emergency leave The girl was the daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Clair Studer Alsoj two sisters lita and Tcmv Funeral arrangements are in complete at the Linn Funeral Chapel here wanning trend Wednesday night Partly cloudy Thursday warmer south Lows Wednes day night 3442 High Thurs day 6470 Further outlook Friday partly cloudy colder north Fiveday Iowa Temperatures will average 6 to 8 degrees be low normal Thursday through Normal highs north to mid who is director of the Central Intelligence Agency From his hospital bed Dulles countersigned Herters official commission as his successor Mrs Herter along with their three sons and a daughter Adele Scronde of Stow stood by as Herter was sworn in Vice President Richard M Nixon who also witnessed the ceremony warmly shook Her next Monday are lower 60s norm 10 mia tcrs hand afterward as did the 60s south Normal lows are Cabinet members upper 30s north to lower 40s J In CongresS the choice of Her south Slow warming trend ter for thc Cabjnet t was SAME IOWA SAFETY DEPARTMENT HGUBESi AP Pholofax FLOWERY GREETING The Dalai Lama smiles as he clutches flowers he received on arriving at his home in exile at Mussoone India The fugitive Tibet an godking 23 was chased out of his country by the Chinese Reds DEATH DAY SET INGLEWOOD Calif iThe Defense Department an jnounced Tuesday night the epol jarorbiling Discoverer II satel first of period then turning cooler Precipitation will av erage 30 lo 50 of an inch occurring as rain or snow last half of period Minnnesota Partly cloudy warmer Highs Thursday in 60s GlobeGazette weather data up jlite aunched April 13 probably to 8 Wednesday will burn up in the earths at Maximum mosphere late Saturday or Sun Minimum day At 8 59 31 48 viewed as a big boost for clos er bipartisan cooperation on for eign policy at a critical time Burns Prove Fatal to Meirose Man 74 IOWA CITY UPI Harvc Ragan 74 rural Melrosc died in University Hospitals Wednes day of burns suffered Tuesday when kerosene exploded as he started a fire in a stove   

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