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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 12, 1959, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Daily Newspaper Edited for CITY GLOBEGAZETTE HOME EDITION The Newspaper VOL f7 Associated Prew United latenuUonal Full That Makes All North lojwans Neighbors j MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MAY 12 7c CoPyThlj Consists Two On No W4 Ike Best at Making Veto Stick Proves He Has Deep Reservoir of Goorf By ROWLAND EVANS JR New York Herald Tribune News Service WASHINGTON If a Presi dents political power and stand ing were to be judged solely on the basis of the durability of his veto President Eisenhower would tower over some of his predecessors Eisenhowers judicious use of the veto has never been rejected byCongress even though for the third successive twoyear period Congress is in the hands of the opposition party His latest suc cess came earlier this month Although it was also his closest shave it portends further suc cess this year and next if the veto is again used Contrast this record with the record of former President Tru man whose vetoes failed to stick at least a dozen times dur ing the donothing Republican 80th Congress and the ensuing two Democratic Congresses TRUMANS VETOES of the TaftHartiey law the Commu nist Registration Act the Mc CarranWalter Immigration Act and some nine lesser Congres sional enactments were overrid den roughshod starting in 1947 and ending in 1952 Franklin Roosevelts most famous veto collision with Con gress came in 1944 when the Senate crushed his tax bill veto by a 74 14 vote The uneven struggle temporarily cost him his majority leader the late Al ben Barkley The Presidents veto power is limited not absolute If the President had an absolute veto power that would be the end of it But the Constitution goes on rto outline the machinery for en acting legislation over the Pres idents veto and without his sig nature by a twothirds vote in both Houses If the resourceful Roosevelt and the astute Truman camea cropper so many times at the hands of Congressional majori ties of their own party how is it that Eisenhower who is often said to lack a sense of politics has had so much success with opposition party legislatures IN of some 130 prison ers arrows who barricaded themselves behind a AP Ihotofax grabbing two guards as hostages They were corn cell block peer out at Tennessee prison officials after plaining about conditions at the prison farm 130 RIOT ON TENNESSEE FARM Prisoners Release 2 Hosfages THE ANSWER seems to be in part that it is precisely because the President is not a in the usual sense of that frazzled word that he has had his good fortune Truman went out of his way to fight with Congress His gar gantuan battles with Congress were an essential part of h i s Presidential politics The simple fact of his presence in the White House raised the Senates hac kle and quickened the Houses pulse Truman had made the 80th Congress the whole point of attack during the 1948 Presi dential campaign He accused H of the worst sort of chicanery charged it with selling out the American people whistle stopped it half to death Roosevelt was less the whipi handed taskmaster But when his break with Congress came in 1937 over the plan to pack the Supreme Court the Congression al frustrations of four years of virtually total executive control over the affairs of the Federal government came to a head THE CONCLUSION seems in escapable then that the Con gresses of the Roosevelt Tru man era exulted in retaliation against the strong man down town President Eisenhower the military product who is s u p posed to be innocent of the art of politics has never even tried to push Congress to the point of retaliation He has seldom pressed legislative schemes upon it that aroused the genuine fears of any one in Congress Mr Eisenhower has never spoken contemptuously or dis paragingly of Congress He has never knowingly denounced in dividuals who sit there as Tru man once denounced the too many He has careful ly and over many more years than he has been President cul tivated the good will of its most influential Democrats men like Sen Lyndon Johnson Speaker Sam Rayburn Sen Richard Russell of Georgia and Sen Harry Byrd of Virginia AH this has built for Eisen hower deep stable reservoir good will FROM OUR WIRE SERVICES FORT PILLOW ing convicts surrendered peace fully Tuesday to end a 14hour siege of the Fort Pillow State Prison Farm Neither of the two guards held as hostages was injured State Institutions sioner Keith Hampton said he had agreed to remove the dis contented prisoners to the main prison in Nashville and not take off any of their good time credit Prisoners are permitted reduction of sentences for good behavior in Hampton said Leonard Thomp son a leader of the rioters had ordered fellow prisoners to re move barricadesi Some 130 convicts a noisy windowrSmashing demon stration to back up their de mands for j u s t i c Thej charged that white prisoner were discriminated against anc that the food at the prison wa no good STATE CORRECTIONS Com missioiier Keith Hampton against the rioters But A transfer the ringleaders to a Britain to Enter Field of Space Minister Macmillan said Tuesday Britain is getting ready to enter the ar tificial earth satellite field Macmillan said Britain may send satellites inlo orbit either with the cooperation of its Brit ish Commonwealth partners or with the United States WE THEREFpRE plan to send to Washington a team of experts to discuss possible AngloAmerican the Prime Minister told the House of Commons We are also opening con sultations with other Common wealth Macmillan said British ex perts are studying the possibil ity of adapting as satellite pro jectors military rockets now u def development in this country HE SAID will put us in a position should we de cide to do so to make an all British Indications were however that Britain would attempt to get rockets with instru ments contained therein to be of British manufacture SAME J01 SURGERY been ordered on Gen Nathan Twining 61 chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff The Air Force offi cer has been at Walter Reed Army Medical Center since May 3 for tests ordered by doctors who didnt like the looks of chest xrays taken during a routine physical ex amination The announce ment said all the tests have proven negative but that sur gery is contemplated in the near future in an effort to determine the cause of the changes found in his 3 Minnesota Men Killed in Crash WAUTOMA WisMl Three Minnesota men were killed Mon day night when their twin en ine airplane spun out of con rol and crashed in a Waushara ounty marsh Sheriff Arthur Schley identified the three as ot Harvey Van Sikle 41 and Thomas R Moore 42 of Roch ester and John G Kennedy 31 o St Paul to Announce His Ambitions in 2 or 3 Weeks DES MOINES UPI Gov HerscheJ C Loveless said Tues day he will announce in two or three weeks whether he plans to run for the Senate in 1960 He told his news conference he will clear the air about his political Intentions then The seat held by Sen Thorn an Mar tin RIowa will be up for elec tion next year The Governor is considered the almostcertain Democratic candidate for Martins scst in the United States Senate a Republican has not made any formal announce ment as yet to whether he will seek election to his second six year term in the Senate Russia May Cut Output of Rockets MOSCOW Mf Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev says maybe before long the Soviet Union wili reduce its production o rockets We have good rockets and in the necessary he said in a speech Monday to agricul tural workers in Kiev in the Ukraine THE WESTERN powers he said were particularly afraid o the surging growth of the So viet economy yet they are in capable of arresting our forward This is what we say to lovers of military he added Do not touch us and we shall never touch THE SOVIET leader predicted that a summit meeting would be held even if the foreign minis ters conference in Geneva fail to yield great positive President Eisenhower told a news conference last Wednesday that if anything came out of the Geneva conference which gives enlarged hone for decreasing tensions in the world then think a summit meeting woulc become almost a foregone con The Soviet Premier indicatcc he anticipated a series of sum mit conferences Policeman Slain in Minneapolis Affray MINNEAPOLIS UPI A Minneapolis policeman Sgt Wil iam Herkal was shot to death Monday night as he tried to halt supermarket robbery Herkal was felled by a bullet as he stepped from a squad car He was the father of four children The bandits were taken into cus ody about a dozen shots were exchanged They were Ger ald Gowdy 22 John Brewer 22 both of Greybull Wyo Gowdy was wounded by police during he shooting and is in critical condition CAS WAR ENDS IOWA CITY W Gas prices were 12 cents a gallon higher here Tuesday after a twoweek gas war ended Monday maximum security prison In Nashville He led 11 manacled convicts downstairs to the prison office Throughout the night the riot ing men screamed down to news men that hey would kill the guards if their demands were oot4111 el At one point they held knife at his back Tuesday morn ing they dangled a noose out of a window To complaints that prisoners had long hours in the fields Hampton snorted Were not running a country club HAMPTON WAS ordered to the scene by Gov Buford El lington a few hours after the of them armed with the dormi tory Guards J S Voss 49 and Hu bert Neyman 57 were inside whenHhe uprising flared The spokesman for the con victs Leonard Thompson 26 Minneapolis presented the list of complaints which ranged from bad food to alleged brutality Thompson serving time for burglary said the revolt was not a sudden decision We tried letters of protest to Hamp ton but he never got he said Escapee Captured on Train Only Five Blocks From the County Jail Two hours of freedom going to cost a trusty at the Ctrro Gordo County Jail a year in the penitentiary according to Sheriff Jerry Allen And the trusty was caught only five blocks from the jail after a roundabout trip Clyde Goodman 45 was in ail for writing bad checks and had about a month of a six month term yet to serve Allen said He had been a trusty about two months About 1 Deputy Sheriff Duane May field noticed that Goodman was missing from his bed outside the regular cell field immediately notified Allen by radio Al len left his patrol duties on the county high ways and on a hunch drove to the Great West ern station He remembered that a southbound train was about due At the station he questioned a waiting tax driver The driver said he had not brought anyone to the station but checked by with his dispatcher The dispatcher replied that a man had been taken to Manly shortly before Meanwhile the train pulled in from Manly Sheriff Allen checked with the brakeman Yes a man had got on at Manly and paid fare to Omaha His description tallied with that of Goodman I want to see said Allen In a train seat sound asleep was Good man Were checking on how he got money for taxi and train said the sheriff Im going to charge him with breaking Breaking jail is punishable in Iowa by year in the state penitentiary WEST TO HEAD OFF New Russ Plan Reds Hold to Oust West Line BERLIN West Ber ins celebration of the lOlh an niversary of the end of the Ber blockade Tuesday ran into new Communist threats to cut off lifelines A telegram sent by Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to East German Communist lead ers expressed confidence thai Britain France and the United Stales would lose their occupa tion rights in Berlin THE TELEGRAM released by the East German news agency ADN said now the im portanl questions conclu sion of a peace treaty will be decided at Geneva Khrushchev made it clear the Soviet was thinking of a solu tiou on Communist terms not Western proposals The East German Communist newspaper Berlin Zeilung said in an editorial that tho West ern Allies blockaded them selves in 1948 by measures they look in the city just as hey are isolating themselves again THE NEWSPAPER de nounced the West Berlin cele bration as a bomb against lencva which shows the world only how urgently necessary it s eradicate this source of unrest through conversion into a free demilitarized On hand to mark the observ ance were Gen Lucius D Clay now retired and in private in dustry and other leaders of the A n g 1 oAmerican airlift that broke the 11 month blockade But Berlincrs were acutely aware that the breakup of the leneva foreign ministers con ference probably would mean trouble of some sort Meson City Partly cloudy with no importnn temperature change through Wednesday Highs Wednesday 6872 Lows Tuesday upper 40s Iowa Variable cloudiness through Wednesday Scattered showers mostly sOulhenst half Tuesday nighQlows 4856 Highs Wednesday 6877 Fur ther outlook Partly cloudy with little temperature change Thursday Minnesota Fair and warmer Highs Wednesday 6575 GlobeGazette weather data up to 8 Tuesdays Maximum 67 Minimum 44 At 54 Precipilafion 02 YEAR AGO Maximum 84 Minimum 48 Showers Continue to Dampen Iowa Showers continued to dampen Iowa Tuesday as the state lay under a mantle of clouds Scnl ered rains in the southwest and central sections were due o become widespread over the southwest half of the state and end Tuesday evening No im portant change in temperature vas forecast Mondays high ranged from 67 degrees at Ma son City to 76 at Council Bluffs Tuesdays lows were 42 ft Sib ey and 44 at Mason City to 57 it Des Moincs and Cedar Rap ds SUMMONS GUARD RALEIGH WVGov Lu ther Hodges Tuesday ordered National Guard units inlo Hen derson tojnainlain order at the striketorn Harriet Henderson Cotlon Mills Asks Seats for More Countries GENEVA W The Soviet Union Tuesday proposed im mediate admission of Commu nist Poland and Czechoslovakia at the foreign minister confer ence The West refused and the formal session ended 90 min utes later with thedispute still unsettled The argument over the two East European countries might tic up the conference in a long procedural wrangle which could delay work on Berlin and Ger man problems But one Western delegate said he did not believe the Soviets would insist too long on expanding the conference Soviet Foreign Minister An drei Gromyko spoke for the two Soviet saying they should be brought in to work on the German problems because they had suffered more than other countries in World War IT SECRETARY of State Christian Herlcr Foreign Secretary Sclwyn Lloyd of Britain and Foreign Secretary Maurice Couve dc Murville of France spoke out in succession against adding other nations at this time They urged Gromyko to shelve the proposal for the time being an American spokesman said and to let the Big Four get on with a discussion of Ger man problems Gromyko first proposed the admittance of Poland and Czechoslovakia before the open ing of the conferences session A Soviet spokesman said Gro myko had suggested informally to the Western minister that the Communist side be enlarged but they did not display a positive The spokesman said Gromyko therefore would sub mit his demand formally 2 KILLED UNDER WALL Rescue workers dig furiously but in vain in an attempt to snvc the lives of two workmen buried when a wall collapsed at the Fort Dodgo ByProducU plant AP Fholofax Killed when the feed and wall frajr mems fell on them were Kverett Gun ther 35 and Martin Lynch GO both of Fort Dodge GROMYKO WAS the confer ence chairman for the day The Soviet Union considered he new issue so important that Deputy Foreign Minister Vale rian Zorin was sent to tell re porters about it Zorin said the two East Euro pean nations were the first vic tims of aggression by Hitlerite Germany and that their people justly merited by the blood they shed in the war the right o discuss and decide the prob lems now under Hcrter in his first speech to the meeting immediately op posed the Soviet proposal He argued there would be many dif ficulties raised if standards of suffering were used in assess ing he claims of nations to tend the conference The Big Four have primary responsibil ity for working out a final peace settlement he said He declared Italy also has spe cial claims to be represented He urged Gromyko to leave the question open for the time being Glidden Newlywed Dies After Crash SCRANTON Kult 20 Glidden married only a few weeks died in a Carroll hospi tal Monday night after being in jured when the pickup truck ha wis driving collided with a semitrailer truck four miles west of here on Highway 30 Arthu Klmgensmith Jeanette driver of the semi was not injured   

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