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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 24, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for tho VOL J CITY GLOBEGAZETTE NewspoptrThat Moktt All North I o wans Ntighbors HOME EDITION ruu wire MASON CITY IOWA FKtDAY APRIL 24 W9 7 copy TW DES MOINES the Iowa Legislature moves to ward adjournment soon the session already is over for perhaps half of the bills introduced This is legislation proposed early in the session but now in the legislators haste to go home they are not expected to hang around to act on them With the Legislature past the traditional 100day mark just slightly more than 500 bills have been acted upon by Future tor Half of Bills Submitted to Iowas Legislature m i 11 either the Senate or the House Although a bill has passed one house there is no assur ance it will pass the other especially at this late date in the session Because of this much important proposed legislation is expected to die committee But veteran Sen J Kendall Lynes RPlainfield says as a rule any important peice of legislation that has failed to make the grade one session usually will have enough bounce to come back The major appropriations measures were being ad vanced Friday The Senate Sifting Committee had the ways and means bills to pay for excess appropriations An eight per cent income tax bill expected to produce an additional million dollars in state revenue was before a similar House committee Some legislators say there will be no adjournment until vital issues like reapportion ment workmens and unem ployment compensation are resolved But what is the fate of some other important pieces of legislation A Houseapproved key club bill was virtually killed in the Senate Thursday when it failed to muster enough votes to get out of committee A bill to legalize union shops in Iowa also passed by the House is not expectedto get past the Republicancon trolled Senate even if it gets out of the Sifting Committee One of the most widely dis cussed measure o provide an open season on advanced no fur ther than the House Sifting Committee The bill origi nated in the House Also pending in the Sifting Committee with parently little chance of ever reaching the floor for debate is a Senatepassed measure to replace the three member State Tax Commission with a single commissioner appoint ed by the governor with Sen ate approval On the Senate side other bills apparently buried deep within the Sifting Committee include those to repeal the Iowa laws prohibiting tipping and providing penalties for desecration of Decoration Day by such activities as playing baseball Both have passed in the House Also bogged down in the Senate is a House bill to per mit counties to establish pub lic garbage dumps and an other providing for a public referendum before a public water supply is fluoridated to cut down on tooth decay The House has not yet sent out a bill legalizing the point system in Iowa while the Sen ate had in committee House approved measures calling for annual sessions of the Legislature giving county boards of supervisors the pow er to rezone counties Also there are bills still in committee to give cities a big ger share of the road use tax fund for street improvements to create a commission on hu man relations to provide aid to the totally and permanently disabled regulate billboards on the interstate highway sys tem and clean up some evils in election practices The sifting committees gen erally have the power of Jife or death on much of the re maining legislation although the respective houses can vote a bill out on a majority vote How Style Changes the Man Ivy League Grad Now Finds Iowa Right in Step By WILLIAM K ZINSSER New York News Service NEW YORK I just happen to have grown up in the East and gone to a college in the Ivy League so I have worn Ivy League as a cer tain style has recently come to be known for a long time The style includes such feat ures as the singlebreasted suit the nonpadded shoulder and the buttondown shirt and if an I L man wears a casual sweater it has a round neck not a Vneck WELL WHEN I first went to Iowa a few years ago my wifes teenage sister told me she never saw anybody who dressed so square I wouldn1 catch her boy friends wearing funnylooking rigs like that ant as for collars with buttons on them that was Bottoms viije What I did catch her boy friends wearing was unlike any thing I had ever seen but that wasnt the point A year later I went back in my usual costume and she could hardly get over how well I was dressed You might have thought the Duke of Windsor had come for a visit How did I get so unsquare so quickly I asked her More Backing for Labor Bill SLIPPERY EXIT FOR MILL WORKERS i A car AP Pholofax broken glass and The glass and oil was i j j v i i i i j j ii i i me ffiass an loaded leaves the mam gate of the Har placed there by strikers in an attempt to di netHendersoncotton imll on a road littered witK those who have i Youre in the newest she said Its called Ivy League All the fellows here are wearing SURE ENOUGH the boy friends who came calling looked like Princeton freshmen and I could see by their approving glances that I was now a real cool Midwest type and no long er an Eastern jerk The down town store windows which had been filled with weird attire were brimming with suits and shirts like mine and the signs all said Its New and Everybodys Going Ivy But the vogue may soon burn out Recently the American mens wear industry at its an nual convention was told that it must create fashion obso lescence in order to capture more consumer THIS PRINCIPLE has nur tured the womens fashion in dustry as long as anyone can remember for no woman wants to be seen in last years style or even last weeks Governor Schroeder in Clash DES MOINES UPi Sen Jack Schroeder RDavenport said Friday lie did not intend to call Gov Herschel Loveless dishon est in a speech If in any way I gave the im pression that I consider our gov ernor dishonest I Schroeder said on the floor of the Senate It was out of con text and not what I Schroeder told a Polk County Republican Central Committee meeting Thursday night that Loveless was dishonest in pre senting the states tax needs to the voters in the last campaign THE SENATE majority lead ers said he took issue with tax proposals by the Governor in viev that Loveless at the outset of the campaign last year asked for no tax increases STUDENTS GIVE IN AT Battle of Beersel BRUSSELS Belgium UP A medieval castle has been stormed besieged and recaptured all without shot fired A bugletooting band of university students held the fort ress for nearly 12 hours Friday before making their peace with the police and departing with honor The police although armedwith tear gas and fire hoses used diplomacy to talk some 150 students out of Beersel Castle The students had used ripe tomatoes and fruits to pelf police from behind the castles thick oaken doors The students male and female swam the castle moat in the dead of night to occupy the fortress It started as a stunt to protest against university budget cuts in favor of a campaign to popularize museums But things rapidly assumed crisis proportions While the students played rock and roll records over the castle loud speakers steeihelmeted federal police and riot tanks sur rounded the place However after hours of talking the stu denfs streamed out of the castle Beersel Castle is on to the location of another noted skirmish fought ISO years ago the Battle of Waterloo Loveless told his news confer industry intends to push them like it or not toward the con tinental style which has short er jackets with narrow peaked lapels slanted side pockets and tapered cuffless trousers Many men are already wearing der ence Friday that Schroeder is the same man who campaigned in his own district on completely removing the Iowa personal in come tax yet I havent seen any legislation from him to that ef This is the same man1 who promised four weeks ago to Men are not so fussy but the take quick action on a bill in bies and as the the Hat Corp of minded clothiers president of America re a man wear ing a high fashion derby be comes more conscious of his en tire So a new pattern is emerging and f was just lucky to be in style during the Ivy boom If I go out to Iowa next year the boys will probably look like Rossano Brazzi and will tip I pass square my outmoded gray flannel suit and old felt hat JOWAN KILLED RAPID CITY UP A Dcnison Iowa youth enroute here to begin work on a con creasing the cigarette tax by one cent a package to lake care of the Conservation Commission appropriation of almost million The House has passed the commission appropriation but is pending in the Sen theirderbies as once again in tne ate Sifting Committee HE SCHROEDER can ban dy around words of dishonesty and prevarication all he the Governor said But its matter of record that I have never made any misslatemeni on promises that were not car ried out The Governor said it was my belief that legislators were down here to legislate and not conduct a political campaign I guess Ive been In the Senate Friday Lynn Potter DCresco said he de cried the Schroeder Sen Eugene Hill DNewton said he disagreed with the state ment that Loveless had said be struclion job was killed Thursfore the election that no tax in day when his car collided with a Chicago and North Western freight train Dead was James Joseph Wolfe 23 crease would be necessary He said Loveless remarked that any Increase that wouldbe re quired would be moderate Mason City Increasing cloudi ness with occasional light rain Friday night low in the middle 30s Mostly cloudy and colder Saturday high 50 to 55 Iowa Increasing cloudines Friday night with occasion light rain north and scatterc light showers south Locall colder Friday night lows mi 30s northwest to upper 40 southeast Considerable clout iness and colder Saturday scattered showers east high lower 50s northwest to mid 60 southeast Further outlook Sunday mostly fair and cool Fiveday Iowa Temperature will average near norma south to 5 degrees below nor ma north Saturday through next Wednesday Normal highs are 63 north to 6G south Nor mal lows are 40 north to 44 south Cooler at first of period with no major changes there after Precipitation will aver age 10 to 15 of an inch oc curring as rain or snow most ly in first of period Minnesota Mostly cloudy showers Highs Friday 4555 GlobeGazette weather data up 0 8 Friday Maximum Minimum At 8 YEAR AGO Maximum Minimum 67 40 51 47 34 Cold Front to Bring Showers Across Iowa A cold front entered Iowa Thursday night and held lerr peratures down as it move across the state Friday Another low pressure system was heading toward northwes Iowa and it was due to brin scattered showers to the north west late Friday and light rai to the north and scattered show ers to the south Friday night The outlook for Saturda morning is for temperature from the upper 30s in the nort the lower 40s in the south The Weather Bureau said ther would be occasional rain snow in the northwest Saturday and scattered showers in th southeast Clare Boothe Luce Passes First Test WASHINGTON WVThe nom nation of Ciare Booth Luce as mbassador to Brazil is sched fed to go to the Senate next londay The Senate Foreign delations committee r e c o m mended approval of the nomina OP Thursday Sen Wayne lorse who cast the one opposition vote opposes Irs Luce remarks ie made i bout Franklin D oosevelt in the 1944 presiden al campaign He alsoclaims ie intervened in Italian elec ons while she was ambassa to Rome Nehru in Invite to Pahchen MUSSOORIE India Minister Nehru Friday invited Chinese Communist representa tives and their puppet ruler of Tibet the Panchen Lama to visit the Dalai Lama at his ref uge here in north India Nehru said he hoped the Dalai Lama Tibets 23yearold spiritual and temporal ruler would return to Lhasa the Ti betan capital It was an ob vious bid to reconcile the Red Chinese government and the Ti etan godking who fled from Communist domination of his jomeland The Indian Prime Minister made his peace overture in an mpromptu news conference wo hours before meeting with he Dalai Lama Nehru arrived rom New Delhi earlier Friday I will welcome the Panchen Lama to come and meet the Dalai Lama and whomever ie said Nehru As to Red Chinese charges that the Dalai Lama had been Attempt to Break the Deadlock Redistricfing Still Argued DES MOINES elev enth hour compromise plan of legislative reapportionment re ceived solid Democratic support but less enthusiastic Republi can backing in caucuses of House members Friday Any further action was de ferred while Reps Clark Mc Neal RBelmond and Scott Swisher DIowa the floor leaders of the two parties con ferred with Senate leaders to sound out sentiment there for the plan Swisher said all 48 House members agreed in the Demo cratic caucus to go along with the new plan McN ea 1 how ever said the Republican cau cus indicated only lukewarm re ception THE PLAN centered on a formula under which members of the House would be chosen according to population The Senate has twice refused to ac cept any other system The compromise plan using s a base the Senatepassed Stu rt plan would work out this way The Senate now with 50 mem the ers would be increased to 53 members apportioned on the basis of area but with some weight given to population The state would be divided into 53 legislative districts of two coun ties each except that the seven most populous counties would form separate Senate districts in themselves IN THE HOUSE each of the 99 counties would have at least one representative according to present population figures Those entitled to more repre sentatives would range upward according to size This would be on the basis of one more representative for each 110th of SEN JOHN KENNEDY kidnaped here un der duress Nehru said it was not so the states population living in he county That would enlarge the House o 135 members It now has 108 However the Legislature would be redistricted every 10 lyears Form Hand Gets Help From Sky ROCKFORD Walter Stru chen 69 Charles City em ployed on the Everett John son farm eight miles west of here Thursday went off the road on a tractor which he was driving He was thrown from the tractor and his right leg pinned beneath the fender of a spreader which he was haul ing He was trapped for an hour before help literally came out of the sky Two Iowa Conservation Commission workers were fly ing low and taking pictures when they saw the overturned tractor Pilot Frank Heidel bar landed the plane in a field arid he and photographer George Tovey tried unsuccess fully to release the man Struchens employer Ev erett Johnson who had seen the plane land drove up in his tractor to see what was going on The three men working together were able lo lift the fender and release Struchen Johnson drove Struchen into Rockford where he was treat ed at a physicians office for fracture of a small bone in the lower leg and then re leased POPULATION REPORT TORONTO UT For every one three immigrants who arrivec in Canada last year at least one Canadian moved to the United States it was revealed Friday Opponents Revising Thinking Amendments Are Topic WASHINGTON W A bill of rights amendment written into the Kennedy labor regula tion bill appeared Friday to be losing some of its Southern sup port Sen John Stennis DMiss told a newsman he was having second thoughts on the amend ment and that some of his Southern colleagues were top The amendment by Sen John McCIellan was adopted 4746 Wednesday larg ely on the votes qf Republicans and Southern Democrats A HOST OF other amendment proposals awaited action as the senators moved into what most hoped would be the final day of debate on the hotly disputed measure Remaining to be settled are hree major issues 1 Whether to write in a provi sion strengthening the Taft Hartley law sections aimed at secondary boycotts 2 Whether to insert a provi sion sharply limiting organiza tional picketing 3 Whether to tryto modify or knock out the bill of rights amendment The Senate acted on 18 amendments in an 11hour ses sipn Thursday ONE OF THOSE adopted would forbid a railroad trucker or interstate common car rier from agreeing with his em ploye not to haul products of another firm involved in a labor The Teamsters Union has insisted on such hot cargo clauses in most of its contracts Sen John F Kennedy chief sponsor of the bill said he thought that amendment would reduce the demand for a ban on other kinds of boycott But McCIellan said he would seek Stennis made his comments about the bill of rights amend ment after a huddle of South erners with Majority Leader Lyndon B Johnson HE SAID he believed some outherners did not understand the full implications of the amendment He said some of its one to give the secretary of labor broad authority to seek court injunctions have been com pared with those in the 1957 civil rights bill which South erners fought bitterly The amendment seeks to guarantee seven rights to union members among them freedom of speech and assembly The labor could enforce it with court injunctions THIS IS A HONEYMOON Feeling henpecked Show this to the wife Prin cess Michiko of Japan Is bound by cen turiesold tradition to follow well behind her crown prince husband at public AP Photofax functions The couple was married ear lier this month and they dare not flout the tradition even though theyre still on their honeymoon SAME   

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